Bob Christ’s Thursday NFL Football Breakdown | The Week 3 Thursday night showcase between the Houston Texans and the New England Patriots will be a matchup of unbeaten teams. But what's largely unknown is who will be quarterback of the host Patriots.view
The Daily Racing Form’s Brad Free is providing some statistics to back up what some are saying is a critical problem with Southern California’s thoroughbred racing product.view
Monday Morning Michelle | So far the Patriots are doing just fine. They are 2-0 record and have yet to miss their super-star QB, because Jimmy Garoppolo has been getting the job done. This week, however, Garoppolo is listed as ‘doubtful’ and Jacoby Brissett is scheduled as likely to start at home against Houston.view
Breeders' Cup Classic odds for betting and wagering on horse racing events are provided by Westgate. Check your local sports book for the latest odds.view
Among the most anticipated appearances at next week’s Global Gaming Expo in Las Vegas is that of former NBA Commissioner David Stern. Stern is expected to double-down on his support for the expansion of legal sports betting.view
Dinero Talks | No one can say the first two weeks of the NFL season haven’t been eventful. Already, injuries and upsets have probably altered what you thought you knew when September began. Here’s Week 3’s Thursday and Sunday slate:view
The Net Result | Pennant-favorites Chicago (NL) and Texas is the favored matchup for the upcoming World Series, according to oddsmakers early Monday. The Cubs-Rangers meeting is nearly 6.5-1 to occur in late October, while Chicago’s potential Fall Classic matchups with Cleveland and Boston both were 9-1.view
The Takeover | The Saints offense just isn’t the same on the road, but it could also be that Giants defense is improved with all the money they threw around in the offseason. Followers of my column know I am high on the Saints. I still am.view
Finish Line | Martin Truex Jr. got the Chase off to a fantastic start with a thrilling win Sunday at Chicagoland Speedway that gives an automatic entry into the next round. He might be someone to look at this week at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.view
Track Phantom | The $1.25 million Grade 2 Pennsylvania Derby will take place at Parx on Saturday and will include Kentucky Derby winner Nyquist and Preakness winner Exaggerator. Parx will also showcase undefeated Songbird in the $1 million Grade 1 Cotillion.view
FREE PREVIEW VIP Parry’s NCAA Football Power Guide is an excellent tool for gamblers to calculate a betting line near the anticipated point spread at Vegas sports books. Know what the betting line should be before placing your wager.view
SATURDAY FREE BOOKIES BATTLE SELECTION | Check out the free Bookies Battle selection of the day. Today's selection is from Chris Minton.
First off the Indianapolis Colts are terrible. The great thing is it doesn’t matter if the Colts are terrible in real life because they can still be profitable in USFantasy sports.
There are no firm details yet on an investment firm’s report that Macau’s gaming regulator will soon be meeting with its six gaming concessionaires. The meeting is said to be prompted by last week’s the arrest of 18 Crown Resorts Ltd. staff members in China.
Figures released by the Mississippi’s Revenue Department show casinos won $171 million from gamblers in September, up from $165 million won September 2015. The number is nearly a 4 percent boost over last year.
Prominent poker professional Phil Ivey and a companion broke the rules, but didn't cheat, a federal judge ruled on Friday. In dispute was the way they won nearly $10 million playing Baccarat at Atlantic City’s Borgata casino.