Here's an NFL Week 7 betting cheat sheet. Each week of the season, you will find the entire slate with picks ATS and each capper's quick-hitting reasoning. SBR also will have full previews of each week's prime-time and marquee games.
Welcome to the "Capper Court," where five of SBR's NFL handicappers will provide their opinions on Thursday night and Sunday night NFL games. The majority rules! It's Broncos-Cardinals (yawn) to kick off Week 7.
All good bettors want the truth. Can you handle these Week 7 NFL betting trends and situational facts?
If fading the public is the right thing to do, the Carolina Panthers belong in your Week 7 NFL picks. But Jason Lake warns you not to overlook the Philadelphia Eagles.
The Baltimore Ravens are coming off a near-historic defensive effort vs. the Titans and will give Drew Brees and the visiting Saints issues on Sunday.
Week 7 Top NFL Picks & Tips: Favorites and Parlays and Winning, Oh My!
Sure, it's fun to beat the Underdog game, but you can't be an expert bettor until you can turn profits on favorites and parlay bets!
Welcome to the "Capper Court," where five of SBR's NFL handicappers will provide their opinions on Thursday night and Sunday night NFL games. The majority rules! It's a flexed Bengals-Chiefs matchup on SNF for Week 7.
Rams Suffer Baddest Beat for Week 6, Hand Matador Cover to Broncos
The Los Angeles Rams might be the best team in football, but the NFL betting gods did them dirty last week in Denver. Maybe the Rams are just too damn chalky now.
After yet another awesome performance, quarterback Pat Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs host the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday night with the biggest total on the NFL odds board.
Steelers, Bengals on Opposite Ends of October Spectrum ATS
The football- and candy-heavy month of October has been good to some NFL teams but a nightmare for others over the past decade. Let's see who got the candy and who got tee-peed in the sportsbooks.
Here's an in-depth look at the different ways to bet on the kings of professional football, the National Football League. It used to just be about Sundays. Not anymore.