It's time to take another look at the college football lines that intrigue us for this week, with several big games that have appealing spreads.
In our inaugural podcast, we break down our NFL picks from last week and give you our Week 3 picks. All this while talking about the two metrics we've been using, plus latest movement on the week's spread and much more.
With two weeks in the books, we hope to gain some clarity with our numbers and NFL lines. Here're our picks for Week 3 based on our Vegas win total metric.
We've uncovered an interesting metric in establishing NFL lines while using Vegas' over/under totals. Our picks Week 2 went 3-2, here's how it all broke down plus some teams worth changing your opinion on.
Von Miller has been an upper echelon player in the NFL since the moment he joined the Denver Broncos. In the last few seasons he's stepped it up to truly elite levels. Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts was another classic performance.
The Denver Broncos go to 2-0 with a win Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts a team that's historically given them issues. Despite the unbalanced final score this game was very close right untill the end.
An exciting game between two teams in need of points finished in a zero-zero draw as neither the Colorado Rapids or the San Jose Earthquakes were able to find the back of the net.
The Walk to End Alzheimer's is this Saturday in Denver, Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen and his family is involved in a big way with their Team Super Bowlen.
Another week to try and tackle the spread in college football, while having some fun and looking at the big games that'll get the most action, plus some under the radar picks.
It's been said that Net Yard Per Play average might be the most telling statistic in football and it can be a huge advantage in beating NFL spreads. Learn what it is and see how the numbers translate to the Week 2 spreads.
After our part one, in which we introduced our "using Vegas' numbers against the spread, we're putting the numbers to good use and seeing what over and unders they favor this week.
With all the overreactions that come after the NFL's Week 1 games, it's easy to make bad decisions as a gambler. With our model using, dependable data, we were able to go 11-4-1 against the spread this week. Find out how.
In an at time ugly and combative game, the Colorado Rapids won with the style of play that's worked for them all year, defensive minded football and eventually stealing a goal. With a win against FC Dallas, they're now right back into the top of the standings out West.
A big part of the Denver Broncos Thursday night win against the Carolina Panthers was the home teams ability to run the ball. As always we went deep to see what worked for Denver in the season opener.
As we wait for more data to come in and more games to be played to have reliable metrics to beat the spread, we also like to have fun and watch the lines, not just for the NFL but college football as well. Here're the lines we like for Week 2 of the college season.
In a true nail biter, the Denver Broncos picked up where they left off from, winning with an inspired fourth quarter, 21-20. The Carolina Panthers couldn't find a way to beat the Broncos despite seeming to be in the driver seat most of the game.
We take a look into the Vegas expected win totals and see which NFL teams should finish under or over that mark. Looking to bet on these totals before the season starts? This one is for you!
With all the talk about the Denver Broncos quarterback, Trevor Siemian, the Carolina Panthers also have lots of inexperience opposite him at the corner spots. This matchup could be one of the keys for the Broncos offense on Thursday.
The expected wins model based off of Bill James' Pythagorean expectation formula is one of the most reliable statistics in projecting regression and progression candidates. As we prepare for the NFL season we crunched the numbers, here's what we found...