A common recommendation on first and thirty is to bet games as early as possible. We typically run the model the Tuesday night when once we have all the data from the pervious week. Since a lot of time has passed since then, I thought it would be interesting to see where the lines have... Continue Reading →
Breaking down our two team tease, which features the Titans and the Saints. This post contains advice on how to handle the tease after the line shifts as well as break down both matchups.
This post takes a look at the Bucs -3.0 against the Raiders and the Cardinals +3.5 over the Seahawks. We may have got a bit lucky with the entire Raiders offensive line being quarantined, while betting against Russ Wilson is never fun. But in the model we trust.
This blog reviews our two 3.5 point dog bets, both of which are at home. The model likes the Texans +3.5 against the Packers and the Bengals +3.5 against the Browns.
I break down the Jets/Bills game, and address the elephant in the room that is the god damn Jets. If you think we're psychopaths for recommending the Jets moneyline, read here to see why you're wrong.
In the interest of full disclosure, I’m posting our in-house power rankings that is used to feed the model. These rankings are projections for each team for the given week, with injury adjustments if they might be without a key contributor for the week.
With week 6 in the books and most of the injury news being reported, we take a look at what happened and how it impacts each team moving forward.
Welcome to the recap blog, where we’ll take a look at the results from our previous weeks bets, as well as keep a running season total of our win loss record. Week to week results aren’t important, but I always liked the idea of tracking our bets to see how the season is going as well as providing full transparency to our readers.
For our final bet of the week, we're taking the Steelers and their dominant pass rush against a struggling and less than 100% Baker Mayfield.