VIP Pigskin Picks | One thing the NFL has done in recent years has been to backload the schedule with Divisional contests. Of the 96 games between Division foes to be played this season, only 63 were played through last weekend.view
VIP Iskoe’s NFL Football Averages and Rankings lists wins and losses straight up and against the point spread and Over/Under results. Analysis also includes yardage, turnovers and home/road scoring averages for the current 2017-2018 season through Sunday night’s game.view
LA Rams coach Sean McVay has a chance to join Vince Lombardi as the only ones in league history to have taken over a team that had gone at least 10 straight seasons with no better than a .500 record and guide them to a winning mark in his first year in control.view
Cash Considerations Podcast | Alan Berg and Big Dave Sharapan have got their thoughts on the NFL for this week. The 7, The Fire and of course The Big 3view
Bob Christ's Thursday NFL Breakdown | The Week 13 NFL Thursday night meeting features two desperate teams on the fringe of playoff contention when the Dallas Cowboys play host to the Washington Redskins.view
The Takeover | After a .500 week, aka a juice out, in the Takeover I will go back to the sport that has been red hot for me lately – the NBA. But before I get into the plays this week let me give a you a little sports news going on around Las Vegas to keep your eye on.view
Vegas Sports Books | The perfect storm was brewing at sportsbooks all across the Las Vegas Valley during Week 12 NFL action on Sunday. As each game got posted, the losses were piling up and the risk for the remaining games to be posted kept multiplying with parlay risk.view
VIP GamingToday's Bookies Battle the Point Spreads Week 13 | 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 Denny the Dog | What have you done for me lately? Have you heard that line before? Whether at work or right at home, it seems the world at times revolves around that well known phrase. And, it’s no different around the NFL.view
VIP Pigskin Picks | As part of the race to the NFL playoffs we will hear repeatedly about “must win” games. It is important to note that not all “must win” games are created equal and they do not necessarily equate with “will win. Thus there are different types of so-called “must win” games.view
Feist Facts | This is a time of year when you are happy to be involved with sports, not only as a fan but as a participant by wagering on games. This is a great time of year to enjoy the purity of sports and the money making opportunities that are available each and every day in the NFL, NBA, college hoops and college football.view
VIP On the Mark | My longtime good buddy and Georgetown, South Carolina attorney W. Sherwin Jacobs sent me an email last week praising our Gamecocks and their 8-3 record. You see, both of us were in Columbia at the same timeview
NFL Super Bowl 2018 future odds for betting and wagering are provided by South Point. Check your local sports book for the latest odds. NFL future odds are updated weekly.view
Tiger Woods made it look and sound as if he had never been gone. More than turning back time, every hole seemed like the one before Saturday at the Tour Championship. A tee shot striped down the middle of the fairway. The clean strike of an iron as he held his pose.
Overall casino revenue rose significantly in Mississippi in August and local bookmakers tell GamingToday that they believe it’s attributable to the roll out of sports betting in the state producing a large influx of gamblers from neighboring Louisiana.
Sara Slane, American Gaming Association Senior Vice President of Public Affairs, has been invited to testify at the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, Homeland Security, and Investigations’ hearing on sports betting Thursday.
Jack Evans, a District of Columbia city council member, has introduced a bill that would allow sports betting in the nation’s capitol. Washington, D.C. currently has no casinos but operates its own lottery.
Upon further review, a New Jersey man will get his full $82,000 payout on a disputed $110 sports bet.