Week 6 in the NFL featured blowouts in two of the more anticipated matchups, but there were wild finishes from start to finish on Sunday, with the Jaguars picking up their first win on a walk-off field goal to open and the Steelers pulling out an overtime victory to close. It was also a light day on the injury report; the damage report will address those, but this week's article will focus on some of the NFL's divisional races with the first third of the season in the books. All Division Odds are provided by DraftKings.
There is no doubt that the Eagles two-point try led to a horrifically bad beat. (The spread was +6.5) Many people argued that they should have kicked the extra point and then gone for two, and the win, on the subsequent (fictional) touchdown. The rationale for this is understandable. The Eagles will have to kick an extra point and go for two to win, so the order does not matter. You might as well kick the extra point first. While understandable, the rationale is incorrect mathematically.
Our BLS NFL experts Jeff Schectman, The Bartender, The Knish and The Professor put together the best angles to make some money this Sunday. The Packers, Panthers, Cardinals, and Ravens are looking like great plays!
jammed-packed schedule gives us plenty to look at for week 6 DFS picks. Joe Kiernan at BeerLife Sports is breaking down the most important position in NFL daily fantasy -- Wide Receiver -- for week 6. Moreover, Jeff Goldberg has two of the best week 6 DFS stack plays. We are also calling on Fantasy Labs' Billy Ward to talk about the tight end position for week 6.
Week 6 NFL action is filled with prop bets galore from the BeerLife Sports gang! Thanks to our experts Joe Kiernan and The Professor we are focused on delivering the best model-based player prop bets in the industry. Furthermore, we are tagging Giles Gallant from FTN. He is also
One of my favorite prop bets at the wide receiver position is Cincinnati Bengals receiver, Ja'Marr Chase. Heading into the season, the story surrounding the rookie was the alarming frequency he was dropping the ball. So far, Chase has been able to put those concerns to rest as he has just 2 drops on the season.
This Sunday night brings us an intriguing matchup between the Seattle Seahawks and the Pittsburgh Steelers. It is quite a different game than it would have been if not for the unfortunate injury to Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson. Wilson's finger injury sustained in last week's game will keep him out of action for as many as four weeks. Geno Smith will be covering the QB position for Seattle in his stead.
We have college football betting picks from the biggest and best bettors in the industry! Featuring BeerLife Sports' The Bartender is bringing out his betting model to show where he sees the value this weekend. Moreover, we are calling on Richard Johnson from Sports Illustrated and the Action Network's Collin Wilson for their week 7 college football betting picks.
Week 6 of the NFL season is upon us and with it the DraftKings Millionaire contest. This $20 slate has a prize pool of $4 million, with a cool million going to the winner. And, as always, you can expect the winning lineup to have some form of a stack. Let’s take a look at the best stacking options on the slate:
Week 6 of the NFL season is upon us and with it the DraftKings Millionaire contest. This $20 slate has a prize pool of $4 million, with a cool million going to the winner. We take a look at the best value plays on the slate, offering salary flexibility to go for the big prize:
ful Fall Saturday is upon us and that means its time to make some money on College Football. The Bartender has all the right plays to stack some cash and The Points Junkie tells us which games are going to be points bonanzas.
Seattle was a fashionable pick to make the playoffs and, by some, even win the vaunted NFC West. Much of the hype surrounded the addition of Waldron as the offensive play-caller. Waldron had been with the Rams, and the thought was he would bring a Rams-style offense to Seattle. Apart from the first week of the NFL season, that has not happened. Now the Seahawks are 2-3 and without Wilson for the next four weeks.
I heavily bet the futures market in the NFL. It is the primary way I try to counter the high degree of variance in a seventeen-game season. I publish this article to provide you with value in the futures market.
expected spread makes the Colts -7.16. So the line at -10 seems within the realm of reason. The simulations tell a different story, the model has the Colts winning by only 4.8 points.
I watched Captain Phillips, y’all. While I knew it probably ended bad for the pirates, what surprised me most was how unprepared they were for the task at hand.