2015 NFL Draft Timeline (Recent Updates From Twitter)

Throughout the offseason we have been tweeting about the NFL Draft and recently released a mock draft based on a number of offshore prop bets. However, in order to keep up with the constantly evolving prop betting market, we’ve embedded all of our most recent tweets pertaining to tomorrow night’s draft. This post will be constantly updated, so make…

2015 NFL Mock Draft: An Oddsmakers Take

The first round of the 2015 NFL draft commences Thursday, April 30th at 8 p.m. ET as teams search for the best young talent from the college ranks. Although fans from across the country will be scouring the internet looking for mock draft predictions for their favorite team, there is a large segment of the population who…

2015 NFL Win Total Valuations from CG Technology

On Saturday CG Technologies, formerly known as Cantor, released lines for every single NFL game for weeks 1 through 16. Although they won’t be releasing their season win totals until this weekend, we wanted to make our own valuations based on these lines. To do this, we converted every point spread into a winning percentage for every…

2015-16 NFL Point Spreads for Weeks 1-16

CG Technologies, formerly known as Cantor Gaming, will release lines for every single NFL game between Week 1 and 16 on Monday morning. You will notice that most sportsbooks will not post Week 17 lines because many teams will have already locked up a playoff spot and will be resting their starters. In an interesting turn,…

2015 NFL Draft: Which Team Will Select Marcus Mariota?

The 2015 NFL Draft begins on Thursday, April 30th and it could be one of the most interesting drafts in years. Although there are two potential franchise quarterbacks available at the top of the draft, there is still some debate among analysts about which one will be selected first. The general consensus seems to be…

2015 NFL Strength of Schedule

Now that the schedule for the 2015 NFL season has been released, you have likely seen a number of articles and tweets about which teams have the easiest and hardest road to the Super Bowl based on their respective strength of schedule.  The only problem is that they are using last season’s records as a measurement for this season.  This…