Ian Cameron

Gaming Today Ian Cameron

Ian Cameron has been handicapping and betting sports year-round for over a decade. He has been with Sportsmemo.com since 2012 using his knowledge and handicapping techniques to make insightful winning selections.

Twitter: @bobano

Email: IanCameron@gamingtoday.com

Cleveland Browns can be an under-the-radar profit producer

Cleveland Browns can be an under-the-radar profit producer

posted on November 01, 2016 by

NFL Inside The Lines | Even after a winless start for the Cleveland Browns, there are several reasons to believe this team can be an under-the-radar profit producer the remainder of the season.

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NFL Least doesn't apply any longer to the NFC East

NFL Least doesn't apply any longer to the NFC East

posted on October 25, 2016 by

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.

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AFC West a complete coin flip after NFL Week 6

AFC West a complete coin flip after NFL Week 6

posted on October 18, 2016 by

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.

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Can Vikings sustain its point spread success this season?

Can Vikings sustain its point spread success this season?

posted on October 11, 2016 by

NFL Inside The Lines | From 2010 to 2013, the Minnesota Vikings were a middling organization with only one playoff appearance (2012) and three very unmemorable seasons under former head coach Leslie Frazier.

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Which Buccaneers will head to Carolina for Monday Night Football?

Which Buccaneers will head to Carolina for Monday Night Football?

posted on October 04, 2016 by

NFL Inside The Lines | For this week’s article, I will be discussing a trio of teams that suffered bad Week 3 losses and whether their response in Week 4 was a positive sign moving forward or a warning sign of further problems.

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