Sports Betting Blog

Last season the Patriots won their 4th Super Bowl in 14 years with the combination of QB Tom Brady and Head Coach Bill Belichick, but they are not the early favorites to repeat this season. Seattle and Green Bay are currently the co-favorites to win it all at +600 with Indianapolis just behind at +800. Following the news of…

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More than two years ago we posted an article examining the correlation between totals (also known as the over/under) and the performance of underdogs. Our results showed that as totals increased, underdogs performed increasingly well for bettors. Essentially, high totals equate to more scoring and more unpredictability and this volatility was disproportionately beneficial to the…

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We all know that sports fans are prone to overreactions and hyperbole — in fact, a large part of our contrarian philosophy involves capitalizing on bettors who panic after their favorite team loses. These constantly evolving opinions are what drive sports talk radio, but it’s always amazing how these off-the-cuff rumblings can quickly turn into a mainstream media narrative….

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