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2015 Kentucky Derby Odds
2015-04-15

Kentucky Derby week is one of the most thrilling times of the year. This race is known as "The Most Exciting Two Minutes in Sports" for its approximate time length.



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Odds to Win 2015 Kentucky Derby


March Madness Bracket
2015-02-15

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NFL Home Dogs barked loudly in Week 1
2010-09-14

For football bettors that see value in underdogs playing at home, NFL Week 1 was most likely a profitable one. Home ‘dogs ended up online bingo covering five of their eight games. Even more impressive, all five covers also resulted in straight up victories. Houston, Kansas City, Pittsburgh, Seattle and Washington all prevailed while getting points at home.

The opening point spreads at Sportsbook.com for week two provide just three such opportunities: Detroit (+4) hosting Philadelphia, Washington (+3) entertaining Houston, and San Francisco (+5) welcoming New Orleans.

Home favorites went 5-2-1 ATS, 7-1 SU. The NY Jets were the only home team to lose SU. Chicago, a straight up winner but ATS loser, and Tampa Bay, who won SU but pushed, were the other two home favorites who failed to cover.

Last year’s bottom feeders ATS made positive impressions in week one. Detroit, worst in the NFL at 4-10-2 ATS in 2009, covered the number against Chicago and many believe they should have won the game outright based on the controversial incompletion call at the end of their heartbreaking loss to the Bears. Jacksonville, 5-11 ATS last year including 0-4 in their last four games, was an impressive ATS and SU winner over Denver, who was a respectable 9-7 ATS a season ago. Pittsburgh, 5-10-1 ATS last year when they failed to earn the opportunity to defend their Super Bowl title in the playoffs, knocked off Atlanta as a home underdog in week one. Seattle, tied for fourth worst last year ATS, may be gaining some believers under first-year head coach Pete Carroll after their resounding upset win over the well-regarded San Francisco 49ers. Last year in the college ranks, Carroll and USC were an uncharacteristic 4-9 ATS after three consecutive winning seasons ATS (8-5, 7-6, 7-6).

It was not the best of weekends for the six teams that represented the AFC in last year’s playoffs. New England and Baltimore both beat the spread and won their games, but Cincinnati, the Jets, Indianapolis and San Diego all lost both ATS and outright. Granted, the Bengals and Jets lost to fellow playoff teams in the Patriots and Ravens, respectively, but the two squads that were not facing a playoff participant from a year ago, the Colts and Chargers, failed to deliver as favorites.

NFC playoff teams from a year ago performed slightly better, going 3-3 both ATS and SU. Green Bay and New Orleans won ATS and outright over 2009 postseason alums Philly and Minnesota, respectively. While Arizona got the job done both ATS and SU against last year’s cellar dwelling St. Louis Rams, Dallas could not take care of its business on the road against rival Washington.

Divisionally speaking, no division went a perfect 4-for-4 ATS. The AFC South was the only division to go 3-1 ATS (also 3-1 SU), with the only loss coming in the intra-divisional matchup between Houston and Indianapolis. On the flip side, no division went 0-for-4 ATS, but the AFC West went 1-3 both ATS and SU, with the only win occurring in the intra-divisional clash between Kansas City and San Diego.

Whether you see value in home dogs or love to back favorites playing at home, head over to Sportsbook.com now to make your Week 2 NFL picks.


NFL: Top 3 AFC Teams Preview
2010-05-24

The AFC will feature a great deal of powerhouses this season.  From Indy and Pittsburgh to New England, the division showcase BMW Motorcyles Rental in Costa Rica s teams that have ruled the last decade.  I only have room for three on this list, however.  Here is how I see things shaking up; all you NFL betting folks pay attention:



  1. The New England Patriots:  The team that has won more Super Bowls than anyone one in the past decade comes in at number one on my list.  The Pats have a healthy Tom Brady, an older but still effective receiving core, and a few key draft picks to bolster the Achilles’ heel of last season the defense.  With all that said, the Pats are not getting any younger.  I believe, however, the Hoodie will steer this ship one more time to an AFC Championship, and so do most of the NFL betting crowd.

  2. The Indianapolis Colts:  The favorite in the minds of most people in the sporting world, the Colts come in at number two on my list.  Yes, they still have Peyton Manning and the rest of the crowd, but they have only made it to the top of the mountain once with this crew.  All the stars aligned last year for the Colts to slide into the Super Bowl.  They were able to dodge both of their biggest pains in the rear in San Diego and New England.  Chances are that will not happen this year, and we will see the Colts bounced from the playoffs.

  3. The Baltimore Ravens:  Matt Ryan might have gotten all the hype coming out of the draft a couple of years ago, but Joe Flacco has all the playoff wins.  Yes, the defense is growing more than a little long in the tooth, but I believe they still have enough gas left in the tank to get the job done.  And with the acquisition of Anquan Boldin, Joe Flacco has to be grinning from ear to ear these days.  Look for Baltimore to one of the biggest bullies in the AFC.


This is how I believe things will shake up in the AFC.  With injuries and the general craziness of the NFL, though, all of these teams could be turned upside down before the opening kickoff of the preseason.  We will just have to wait and see how an always strong AFC plays out this year. Who are you betting on in the AFC this season? When it comes to NFL betting there is no site better than www.sportsbook.com where everybody bets.