Nick Gianatis says the optimal Super Bowl LI betting strategy is to take the Falcons now, wait to see if the line moves up later, then take them again.
These are real Super Bowl LI prop bets by real gamblers. The percentage reflects where the weight of the money on that specific proposition is leaning.
The early Super Bowl LI spread favors the New England Patriots by -3.0 over the Atlanta Falcons.
Nick Gianatis discusses the Chip Kelly firing and how for some teams, the coach isn't always the problem
Nick Gianatis talks about grading the most reliable and unreliable quarterbacks in the NFL.
One of the most anticipated matchups from this past Sunday featured the Carolina Panthers and the New York Giants.
This one's slightly different because I’m not going to preview the Week15 assuming that you are just waltzing in to the season at this point.
Nobody is ambivalent about this team. It’s easy for people to be casual about non-threats to their favorite franchises.
Win or go home. Fight or die. I’m going to invest in the teams that choose to rest when they’re dead in the water, not a minute beforehand.
How do you know when to cut the cord with a quarterback? Are our standards too high for them? Do we expect too much out of them?
This season has been virtually apocalyptic on the critical, injury front, and it all began before we started playing meaningful games.