2014 NFL Betting Against the Public Report

Before every season, the team at Sports Insights publishes a series of Betting Against the Public articles which highlights the sweet spots for contrarian betting. The ideal range differs from sport to sport, however, for NFL betting we have frequently discussed the 80/20 rule which encourages bettors to take the most lopsided bet games on the…

2014 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year Odds

The NFL Draft concluded on Saturday, May 10th, and although every expert is quick to slap grades on each teams draft results, nobody will know how successful any team really was until years down the line. That said, oddsmakers are certainly doing some projecting of their own. Shortly after the conclusion of the draft, Bovada…

NFL Week 4 Betting Recap

– Favorites went 7-6 ATS in Week 4 but are still just 27-32 ATS for the season. Home teams went 8-4 ATS in Week 4 but are also below .500 this season with a 28-30 ATS record. Teams coming off a loss in the Week 3 were just 6-7 ATS this week but have gone…

2014 NFL MVP Odds

We’re now three weeks into the NFL season and, although Peyton Manning remains the favorite to repeat as MVP, there’s been a great deal of shake up. Adrian Peterson, who opened the year at +3000 to win the MVP, was removed as an option for bettors. Likewise for Ray Rice (+30,000), Robert Griffin (+3000) and Jamaal…

NFL Week 3 Betting Recap

– Injuries were a major story line this week with Redskins DB DeAngelo Hall (Achilles), Ravens TE Dennis Pitta (Hip), Lions LB Stephen Tullock (Knee) and Chargers RB Danny Woodhead (Ankle) all suffering season ending injuries. – You can view all of the latest player news by checking out the injury page on our free…

NFL Week 3 Futures Changes

In this weekly post, we take a look at how a team’s Super Bowl futures have changed since before the NFL season started. As always, I’ve converted the futures odds into implied percentages and sorted by how much the percentage has increased or decreased for each team. *Odds are from BetOnline and are current as…