Week 10 NFL Line Moves That Matter

We’re past the halfway point in the NFL season and the playoff picture is beginning to gain some clarity. Last weekend the New England Patriots easily defeated the Denver Broncos and appear to be the team to beat in the AFC. The Arizona Cardinals, who won in Dallas against a Tony Romo-less Cowboys team in…

2014-15 NFL Coach of the Year Odds

Earlier this off-season we detailed which NFL head coaches were on the hot seat by detailing the odds of being the first coach to be fired. There’s always a lot of pressure on the Cowboys head coach, so perhaps it wasn’t surprising that Jason Garrett (+200) is the overwhelming favorite to be first on the…

NFL Week 9 Betting Recap

- Tom Brady and Peyton Manning are the most profitable ‘Over’ QBs since ’03, and their game easily went over the closing total of 52.5. Due to the on-screen weather reports prior to the game, the percentage of over bets for Pats-Broncos dropped from 73% to 61%. — SportsInsights.com (@SportsInsights) November 3, 2014 – On the flip…

Thursday Night Football Preview: Saints at Panthers

In this week’s Thursday Night Football game, the New Orleans Saints (3-4) will travel to Charlotte to face the Carolina Panthers (3-4-1). Although both of these teams currently boast losing records, the winner of this game will take sole control of first place in the dumpster fire known as the NFC South. According to our NFL betting…

NFL Week 8 Betting Recap

- Apparently bettors are late risers. This weekend’s Lions/Falcons game — which kicked off at 9:30 AM eastern in London, England — received roughly 27,000 bets. For comparison, only Tennessee/Washington and Minnesota/Buffalo received fewer bets last Sunday. – While many bettors may have missed the beginning of the Lions/Falcons game, it was tough to miss the ending. After falling…

Week 8 NFL Line Moves That Matter

As we approach the midway point in the NFL season, bettors have seemingly stopped analyzing teams based on their performance from the past season and are finally judging them on their merits this year. Perhaps that explains why we’re seeing so much one-sided public betting this week with six teams receiving less than 30% of spread…