Ian Cameron

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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.

NFL chalk just keeps on cashing for public

NFL chalk just keeps on cashing for public

posted on November 28, 2017 by

Inside the Lines | The chalk domination continued in the NFL on Sunday with favorites cashing at a whopping 9-3 ATS clip and 12-3 ATS if you were to include the 3 games that took place on Thanksgiving.

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Miami blows out Irish, while public beating pros in the NFL

Miami blows out Irish, while public beating pros in the NFL

posted on November 14, 2017 by

The Joes have been getting the better of the Pros on the NFL betting board and that recent trend continued this past Sunday. The main reason for the success of recreational bettors in the NFL of late has been the dominating performances of favorites.

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Bucs, Bengals, Giants looking like the teams to fade

Bucs, Bengals, Giants looking like the teams to fade

posted on November 07, 2017 by

Inside the Lines | Bridging the pointspread gap between the haves and the have nots in the NFL seems to be a tougher task in the modern era of NFL betting and the last two weeks of results have certainly proven that to be true.

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Somehow, someway the Bills are back

Somehow, someway the Bills are back

posted on October 31, 2017 by

Inside the Lines | It was a very strong 10-1 SU, 7-4 ATS showing for favorites in the NFL on Sunday. The only underdogs to take the cash were Carolina (a SU and ATS dog winner), NY Jets, Indianapolis and Houston covering the closing line.

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Dolphins, Cardinals suffer injured QBs but only one might survive it

Dolphins, Cardinals suffer injured QBs but only one might survive it

posted on October 24, 2017 by

Inside The Lines | In last week’s column I talked about the injury to Aaron Rodgers and what it could mean for the team moving forward. On Sunday, we had two more prominent NFL starting QB’s suffer injuries that will leave them out of action for some time with Arizona’s Carson Palmer and Miami’s Jay Cutler both exiting their respective games.

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