Our 2018 NFL betting season got off to a 2-1 start in Week 1, winning with the Browns +4 and a Ravens/Packers teaser while losing on the Titans -1 in Miami. We’ve got three more NFL betting picks for Week 2.
It’s finally here. For the first time since Tom Brady’s desperation heave hit the turf on the final play of Super Bowl 52 in February, we’ll be treated to NFL football that matters when the regular season kicks off this week. We didn’t see any betting value in the season opener between Atlanta and Philadelphia […]
Could the Browns really win the AFC North? That may seem ridiculous, but at +1250 odds, it’s a possibility worth considering. We give 3 reasons why.
New England and Pittsburgh are once again the favourites to win the AFC in 2018, but the Houston Texans have caught our eye as a dangerous darkhorse. Here are three reasons why the Texans look worthy of a wager at +1000 odds.
These 3 sportsbooks are offering Super Bowl props that involve the afternoon NHL games.
Without Aaron Rodgers, the Packers are 6-point home underdogs this week against New Orleans. Is that too much of an overreaction?
After beating Denver and Atlanta over the past two weeks, Buffalo getting +3 at Cincinnati may look too good to be true. Does that mean the oddsmakers are setting a trap?
Buffering, poor audio/video quality and delays when changing games were all valid criticisms of the DAZN NFL Canada product in Week 1. We’ve got one more: It’s killing NFL live betting in our country.
When we make our NFL spread picks, we all look at each team’s record, their recent play and how their offence and defence match up. In this article, we look at some of the more under-rated factors that help decide which team covers the spread.
The point spread gets all of the attention, but we Canadians have way more options than that when it comes to betting on the Super Bowl. We explore 11 fun ways here.