With the 2015 NFL season fast approaching, we went back and looked at the most common margins of victory and game totals over the last 13 seasons.
You might not be allowed to put any 16-team combo bets in your football picks this year, but you can always go to the NFL props market and bet on someone to go undefeated.
Coaches are hired to be fired, and the football odds say Jon Gruden is the first man on the chopping block. Have things really gotten that desperate in Washington?
In this write-up, we explore Andy Reid’s success against the spread when coaching on the road, and offer a revenge angle worth chasing this upcoming season.
The NFL odds are tighter than a drum for this year's rushing and receiving props. Which two of these talented “skill” athletes are most likely to cash in at the end of the season?
The Tennessee Titans took Oregon QB & Heisman winner Marcus Mariota with the No. 2 overall pick in this year's draft. So why isn't Mariota the second-favorite on sportsbook odds for the 2015 Offensive Rookie of the Year Award?
We look at the types of weather and what you can be aware of when handicapping games where weather may actually be a factor so you can place your NFL picks confidently.
Not only are we sharing our top NFL pick of the 2015-16 season, but we share insight on the correlation between a positive Turnover margin and winning, both SU and Against the Spread (ATS).
Jameis Winston is favored on the NFL betting line to win the 2015 AP Offensive Rookie of the Year Award, but does his bust potential mean we should look elsewhere with our football picks?
Demaryius Thomas has led the Denver Broncos in receptions three years running. Thomas could be a solid NFL pick on the props market to take the next step and lead the league.
Let’s examine the movement of the numbers for Week 1 over the past two months, provide a little analysis and offer a couple of NFL picks on some perceived solid underdogs for Kickoff Weekend.