Sports Betting Blog

Starting this season, the NFL schedule included Thursday Night Football games every week for the first time in league history. In reaction, we analyzed the history of games played on Thursday night in order to find profitable trends that we could apply going forward. Our hypothesis was that short weeks of preparation gave home teams…

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In tonight’s Monday Night Football matchup, two of the league’s premier defenses will face off with the San Francisco 49ers (6-2-1) hosting the Chicago Bears (7-2). Currently, these two teams rank one-two in the league in scoring defense, and points will definitely be at a premium tonight — especially with both starting quarterbacks out. The…

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Welcome to the 2012-13 edition of NFL Marketwatch, where the team at Sports Insights gives sports fans unprecedented insight into the NFL point-spread market. Every week we analyze the sports betting marketplace to pinpoint which games the public are chasing and which the sharps are pounding. Overall Record: 2-3 The goal of this weekly column…

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Every week, we ask our Twitter followers to Tweet betting system questions for us to run using our Bet Labs software. We’ve selected our favorite questions and posted answers below. If you’re interested in creating your own data-driven betting systems, contact us for a free live demo of our Bet Labs software. Please note that some Tweets have been…

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The following Sports Insights video tutorial demonstrates how to begin using our Sportsbook Insider software to make better sports betting decisions. If you still have questions after viewing the video, please don’t hesitate to contact us by email at help@sportsinsights.com, by phone at 877-838-2853, or by clicking on the “Live Help” button located on the left…

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Whenever an elite NFL quarterback gets injured, we get asked what kind of point-spread value sportsbooks assign to the player in order to make a line adjustment. In most cases, sportsbook don’t open a line on a game when they know a starting quarterback’s status is in doubt. However, most books opened this week’s Ravens/Steelers…

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