Monday, August 31, 2015

Week 1 College Football Bets 2015: Sportsbook Betting Trends

Week 1 College Football Bets 2015: Sportsbook Betting Trends

College football kicks off Thursday, September 3 with two 6 ET starts, South Carolina vs. North Carolina and Florida International and Central Florida. Several public consensus-betting trends have emerged.

A significant harmony among bettors is laying the big number on the road with TCU getting 80 percent of the bets as they are laying 14-points with five-to-ten cents extra juice. At some sportsbooks the line is (-14.5). As is often the case, college football gamblers are not hesitating to bet a big number with 78 percent of wagers on Arizona laying a stunning 31.5 at home to UTSA.

The two other spread bets also seeing at least 70 percent of wagers are both large road favorites. Oklahoma State (-24) after opening at (-19) is supported by 72 percent of picks at Central Michigan. Likewise Ohio (-8.5) is getting 70 percent at Idaho. There is a reverse line movement on that though as the Bobcats opened as double-digit favorites laying a full 10 points. The line movement is significant as 10 is considered a key number by gamblers.

Percentage wise the strongest bet of the day is Florida International and Central Florida to exceed the total with 88 percent of bets saying the game will have more than the low posted over/under of 46.5.

The aforementioned OSU-CMU contest also has handicappers making a statement on the total with 77 percent putting their money where their mouth is expecting more than 54.5 points to be tallied.

Perhaps the most significant line move has been Vanderbilt going from a 2.5-point home favorite to Western Kentucky to a two-point underdog.

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Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Top NFL Sports Service Shares Inside Info Clipboard For Preseason Week 3

Top NFL Sports Service Shares Inside Info Clipboard For Preseason Week 3

Fresh off a 6-2 week last week in the NFL, Joe Duffy’s Picks is ready to win some more at Here is a slice of the sharp players clipboard!



Going against off a home win, undefeated in the preseason is 57-35. It favors Patriots. Carolina is without WR Kelvin Benjamin for the season, so may use this dress rehearsal as opportunity to find replacements. Patriots wideout Julian Edelman it out.


KC with two extra days to prepare as Tits played Sunday night. KC does run 4-3 defense, which Tennessee sees in practice.

Going against off a home win, undefeated in the preseason is 57-35. It favors Titans. Titans tight end Delanie Walker and nose tackle Sammie Hill would both play in Tennessee’s third game of the exhibition season.

Walker, who caught 63 passes for 890 yards and four touchdowns last season, had been out after injuring his thumb in practice Aug. 6. 

Hill, who sprained his knee during offseason workouts, began training camp on the physically unable to perform list before being activated Aug. 10.  Last season, the seven-year veteran made 33 tackles, with three sacks. 



Matt Cassel, Tyrod Taylor, and EJ Manuel are still in a QB battle for Bills. Bills have been very cautious with WR Sammy Watkins and he is questionable. Percy Harvin is very doubtful for Bills.

Mike Vick signed by Steelers which shows Landry Jones failed in bid to win backup job.


Robert Griffin III. The first two games have seen Griffin complete just 46.2 percent of his throws. Colt McCoy and Kirk Cousins have been more successful, but coach Jay Gruden said Tuesday that the team isn’t diverting from their plan to give Griffin all of the work with the first team. Star WR Desean Jackson is doubtful. Jackson led the league with an average of 20.9 yards per catch last season.


Cornerback Orlando Scandrick is out and the Dallas Cowboys are very thin at CB.


Tampa WR Mike Evans is out.


Texans linebacker Jadeveon Clowney it out.


Miami could be down to its third-string left tackle in the so-called dry run for the regular season. Ryan Tannehill been the most-sacked quarterback the past three seasons with 139 and his offensive line is very thinned.

Miami already has major questions at guard with two starting jobs still open. Now, the Dolphins have added more issues at left tackle. Tannehill is on a nice run during the preseason and is completing 81 percent of his throws.

Atlanta signed veteran QB Rex Grossman indicating the backup spot is very much up for grabs.


Josh Johnson has been cut by the Bengals meaning A.J. McCarron is the backup.


Packers WR Jordy Nelson is out. The Green Bay Packers could be without three of five starting offensive linemen led by guards T.J. Lang and Josh Sitton as well as tackle David Bakhtiari.


LB Manti Te’o is questionable for San Diego. Prized rookie and Heisman runner-up Melvin Gordon is expected to finally play at RB for the Bolts.


Brian Quick had been the Rams leading receiver last season when he went down with the injury. He had 25 catches for 375 yards and three touchdowns in seven games for St. Louis.

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Wednesday, August 12, 2015

NFL Inside Info For Bettors: NFL Preseason Week 1

NFL Inside Info For Bettors: NFL Preseason Week 1

Daily fantasy sports MLB and preseason betting intel has been released. The man featured on ESPN Joe Duffy breaks down NFL betting and Major League baseball pick intel.


Ravens starters will play very little, but rookies and backups will get plenty of chances to shine.


Lions rebuilt OL. Jets Geno Smith out after being sucker punched. Big distraction. He was having a good camp and slated to start Thursday. Ryan Fitzpatrick, who played for OC Chan Gailey in Buffalo, will be expected take over as the Jets’ starter in the meantime. Rookie Bryce Petty is also on the roster.


Pettine said the Browns starters, with Josh McCown the QB, figure to play about a quarter in the preseason opener. Assuming QB Jonny Manziel is cleared to play, he’d likely figure with the second group. Thad Lewis is batting Conner Shaw for No. 3. Shaw has shown improved arm strength.

Redskins, Robert Griffin III will play about one quarter with the offensive starters. Defensive starters are also expected to play a quarter. Minor injuries have limited practice time of Skins DBs. Tackle Joe Thomas is questionable for Browns. Washington thinned at TE because of injuries. Fourth-round draft choice Jamison Crowder has been impressive at WR but is out.


Pokes likely to start FA rookie Gus Johnson at RB. John Randle and Darren McFadden. Dallas also ravaged by injuries at DT. Jack Crawford, who’s usually a defensive end, moving inside. Dez Bryant WR, is also out for Pokes.


Packers may play everyone who travels. Jimmy Garoppolo to start, with Ryan Lindley, serving as the primary backup. The team is expected to be without starting tackles Nate Solder and Sebastian Vollmer on Thursday night, as well as starting center Bryan Stork. Meanwhile, rookies Shaq Mason and Tre' Jackson -- both fourth-round draft picks -- have been the starting guards through 11 training camp practices.


Bears starters on offense and defense will only see 12-15 snaps. Chicago is expected to go more smash-mouth this year. Miami starters will play a full quarter at the most. Expect some starters, such as left guard Dallas Thomas, right guard Billy Turner, and perhaps kicker Caleb Sturgis, to get extended looks.

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