NFL Inside The Lines | The NFC East has been jokingly called the “NFC Least” by pundits for years because of how weak a division it had become, but it is starting to gain some of its tenacity and strength back.view
The Takeover | Dolphins RB Jay Ajayi (7/2) and Chiefs RB Spencer Ware (3/1) got the job done as the Exacta for Prop No. 3 paid $52.80 for $1 in USFantasy on Sunday.view
VIP GamingToday's Bookies Battle the Point Spreads Week 8 | Las Vegas' top casino bookmakers pick the point spread winner of every NFL game. The Bookies Battle will be featured weekly throughout the 17-week pro football season.view
VIP On the Mark | How high can the sportsbooks go as far as college football totals? Well, apparently not high enough. The 88.5 closing number in the Oregon-California game was the highest recorded in the last 15 years and still the OVER prevailed as both PAC 12 teams combined for 99 thanks to overtime.view
VIP Denny the Dog | What do IK Enemkpali and Matt Judon have in common? Well, they both took Geno Smith out from under center and put him on the sideline. IK socked Geno, Judon sacked him.view
VIP Pigskin Picks | With the Vikings' loss and Sunday night’s tie between the Cardinals and Seahawks there are four teams that have lost just once this season. New England is the AFC team with one loss and the 5-1 Patriots get the chance to avenge that loss this week in Buffalo.view
Vegas Sports Books | When Underdogs go 8-4-1 against-the-spread on an NFL Sunday, the Las Vegas sportsbooks usually load the Brink’s truck up full of cash won from the bettors. However, that wasn’t the case in Week 7 where there were mixed results around town – small losers, break even, or winners.view
When the Pittsburgh Steelers drafted Sean Davis in the second round last spring, defensive coordinator Keith Butler reveled in the possibilities. Here was a 6-foot-1, 202-pound guy who could play both safety and cornerback depending on the situation.view
NFL Inside The Lines | The AFC West is officially up for grabs. The Oakland Raiders are tied for first at 4-2, finding ways to win a handful of “coin flip” games. Victories against New Orleans, Tennessee, Baltimore and San Diego all came by a touchdown or less.view
The Takeover | Another week of USFantasy and it looks like a nice 13-1 winner from the Texans RB Lamar Miller. Arizona’s David Johnson had yet to play at press time but he’s the only running back left in Prop No. 2 that could take out the Houston star.view
Track Phantom | We’re more than one-third of the way through the NFL regular season. The fog has cleared substantially from opening weekend. Here are a few thoughts through Week 6:view
VIP GamingToday's Bookies Battle the Point Spreads Week 7 | Las Vegas' top casino bookmakers pick the point spread winner of every NFL game. The Bookies Battle will be featured weekly throughout the 17-week pro football season.view
Feist Facts | Last month the Patriots and Dolphins played an AFC East rivalry game. The Dolphins finished with 447 total yards, as QB Ryan Tannehill had 387 passing and was not sacked once. Miami even knocked Pats’ QB Jimmy Garappolo out of the game with an injury.view
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FREE VIP PREVIEW! Bettin' on B-Ball | Cleveland is the favorite to repeat as Eastern Conference champion and is expected to meet Golden State for a third straight season. The Warriors won the title two seasons ago, defeating the Cavs in six games before losing in seven games last season.
Track Phantom | There are 10 days remaining until the Breeders’ Cup. The official draw for the two-day event comes Monday, Oct. 31. Given the amount of information to digest, it is wise to use the next week to prepare an approach for both handicapping and wagering strategies.
The Arkansas Supreme Court has denied a request to reconsider the casino-gambling ballot issue. The court had ordered that votes on the proposed constitutional amendment not be counted Nov. 8th.
New Jersey’s Asbury Park Press has come out against the expansion of casino gambling in the state. Last week’s editorial says that the wording of the ballot question to allow two casinos in Northern New Jersey has “too many unanswered questions to warrant support.”