Week 5 was a good week for sportsbooks, thanks to the Bengals' trashing of the Pats and the 'Boys giving the Broncos a run for their money.
Whenever sports leagues begin their seasons, a rush of posts follow from bettors looking to get their own campaign off to a flying start.
On a day when the favorites went 9-4-1, the biggest results on the books' side came at the expense of huge public backing on the faves.
Vegas' strong weekend came down to a pair of late games that stretched past their allotted time because of separate lightning storm delays.
The Vegas books' biggest win for the day was the New England Patriots failing to cover the 10-point spread against the Buffalo Bills.
The Las Vegas Hilton SuperContest comes at just the right time every year because a seven-month itch is a pretty strong itch to scratch.
As US legislators continue to be seduced by the potential tax dollars from online gambling, opportunities are appearing around every corner.
With all this confusion surrounding the legalities of betting on fantasy football leagues, people aren't worried about the implications yet.
With the kick-off to the new NFL season less than a week away, you can expect a lot more movement in championship odds as the weeks go by.
Two weeks before the NFL season kicks off, fantasy sports betting in Atlantic City has received little to no interest.