Month: January 2020

Best NBA Betting Picks and Player Props for Tuesday, January 28 – SharpSide

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We’re back for another best bets article for Tuesday night in the NBA. This time, we’re focusing on a trio of player props. Let’s get to it.

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Dario Saric, PF, Phoenix Suns

– Under 5.5 Rebounds (-121)

The first bet we have for Tuesday is an NBA player prop. Dario Saric is not the most popular name in the league, but we can take advantage of a line that I think is just a tad too high when it comes to his rebounds for Tuesday.

I will be on the under on 5.5 rebounds for Saric because I see value and think this line should be set at 4.5. This is actually a good rebounding matchup for Saric, which does concern me a bit. The thing I like about this spot is that we have a player with a line of 5.5 rebounds who might only play 20 minutes.

His minutes vary so much from game to game. In this month alone he played 4 minutes one night and 37 another. On top of that, in three of his last four games he has played 20, 20, and 23 minutes. This

Czech First League 2020 Odds and Betting Guide – Vegas Odds – News


The Czech First League, otherwise known as Fortuna Liga because of its sponsors, is relatively a young competition. But don’t think that football in this country has a short history.

We are positive that you’ve heard about Slavia and Sparta, and their famous Prague Derby. It is one of the longest continental derbies in Europe, and just a few have a richer history. Czech football teams played in three national championships, starting with the Austro-Hungarian until the end of the World War I, and afterward in the Czechoslovakian First League.

Eventually, they finally got their own competition in 1993, after they split ways with Slovakia.

From that moment on, Sparta Prague won 12 titles, Viktoria Plzen five, same as Slavia Prague, while Sloven Liberec has 3. Banik Ostrava has one title.

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Chiefs Betting Favorites Over 49ers in Super Bowl – SharpSide

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The Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers are headed to the Super Bowl. On Sunday, February 2, 2020, the Chiefs and the 49ers will meet at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida. The early Super Bowl betting odds have the Chiefs favored for Super Bowl LIV.

The Super Bowl point spread likely would have been more in favor of Kansas City had San Francisco not looked so dominant in the NFC Championship. Although the final scores of the 49ers and Packers game was 37-20, the game wasn’t nearly that close, which is saying something given that the 49ers won by 17 points.

Let’s take a look at the point spread, moneyline, and over/under total for Super Bowl LIV.

Spread Moneyline Total
San Francisco 49ers +1.5 +108 Over 54.5
Kansas City Chiefs -1.5 -122 Under 54.5
Spread Moneyline Total
San Francisco 49ers +1.5 +112 Over 54.5
Kansas City Chiefs -1.5 -128 Under 54.5
Spread Moneyline Total
San Francisco 49ers +2 +105 Over 54
Kansas City Chiefs -2 -125 Under 54
Spread Moneyline Total
San Francisco 49ers +1.5 +105 Over 54.5
Kansas City Chiefs -1.5 -125 Under 54.5

*Above odds as of Thursday, January 30, 2020, and subject to change.

The Chiefs punched their ticket to the Super Bowl by beating the Tennessee Titans 35-24 in the AFC Championship.

Star quarterback Patrick Mahomes led the way, with big contributions from Sammy Watkins, Tyreek Hill, and Damien Williams. Mahomes ended with 294 passing yards and 3 passing touchdowns. He had player props of

NFL Draft 2020 | Draft Order, Betting Odds, And Strategy –

The 2019-20 NFL season is now behind us, which means, for those in rebuild mode, the best part of the year is on the horizon as the 2020 NFL Draft approaches. This year’s event will take place Thursday, April 23 through Saturday, April 25, in Las Vegas, Nevada.

With the college football season also wrapped up, fans and analysts alike are starting to piece together prospect rankings and mock drafts. Below, you’ll find the updated draft order and the top needs of each of the teams picking in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft. We’ll also look at some of the best draft prospects and dig into the ways bettors can get some action.

2020 draft order

Pick Team 2019 Record Draft Needs
1 Cincinnati Bengals 2-14 QB, OT, LB
2 Washington Redskins 3-13 OL, TE, CB
3 Detroit Lions 3-12-1 CB, DE, OL
4 New York Giants 4-12 DE, DB, OT
5 Miami Dolphins 5-11 QB, OL, DE
6 Los Angeles Chargers 5-11 OL, QB, CB
7 Carolina Panthers 5-11 DB, OL, LB
8 Arizona Cardinals 5-10-1 CB, OL, WR
9 Jacksonville Jaguars 6-10 LB, CB, OL
10 Cleveland Browns 6-10 OL, S, LB
11 New York Jets 7-9 OL, DE, CB
12 Oakland Raiders 7-9 WR, CB, DE
13 Indianapolis

NFL Playoffs Championship Round Betting Guide and Picks – SharpSide

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The Championship Round in the NFL Playoffs is set. In the AFC, it’s the Kansas City Chiefs hosting the Tennessee Titans in the AFC Championship game. In the NFC, it’s the San Francisco 49ers hosting the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Championship game. It’s been an extremely thrilling NFL Playoffs, and we can only expect the excitement to continue for another round. In this article, we’ll review the betting odds, point spreads, and over/under totals, plus discuss the picks we’re leaning to taking.

Before we get to the individual games, let’s take a look at the latest Super Bowl odds. As of Friday, January 17, 2020, at 8:30 p.m. ET, DraftKings Sportsbook had the Chiefs as the favorites to win the Super Bowl. At +700, the Titans had the longest odds, but they came into the Divisional Round at +2800, so their odds have been boosted quite a bit.

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Super Bowl Odds

Kansas City Chiefs (+135)
San Francisco 49ers (+160)
Green Bay Packers (+650)
Tennessee Titans (+700)

Futures odds from DraftKings Sportsbook as of Friday, January 17, at 8:30 p.m. ET and subject to change.

Although the games have been spanning both Saturday and Sunday in the first two

McGregor vs. Cowboy: UFC 246 Betting Odds, Preview, and Prediction – SharpSide

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The UFC kicks off its 2020 campaign with a supremely anticipated competition. UFC 246 comes our way on Saturday, January 18, from T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, and it’s headlined by the return on Conor McGregor. McGregor takes on Donald ‘Cowboy’ Cerrone in the welterweight main event after what has been more than a year out of the Octagon. Here is the SharpSide betting preview for UFC 246.

What: UFC 246: McGregor vs. Cowboy
When: Saturday, January 18, 2020, at 6:15 p.m. ET
Where: T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, NV
Watch: ESPN+ for early prelims, ESPN for prelims, PPV for main card

If you’re new to MMA betting, give a read to the SharpSide MMA Betting Guide: Ins and Outs of Wagering On Mixed Martial Arts to get yourself up to speed.

At UFC 246, the 31-year-old McGregor returns from a long layoff to put his 21-4 record and world famous reputation on the line. Going against him is the 36-year-old Cerrone, known to many MMA followers as simply ‘Cowboy,’ who has a record of 36-13. The fight will take place at welterweight, which is a set up from where McGregor usually fights at lightweight. Cerrone brings to the Octagon a height advantage of four inches, but it’s McGregor who actually has the one-inch reach advantage.

NFL Wild Card Betting Cheat Sheet: Seahawks-Eagles Odds, Picks & Predictions – The Action Network

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Stephen Brashear/Getty Images. Pictured: Russell Wilson, David Moore, Tyler Lockett, DK Metcalf

Jan 05, 2020, 03:30 PM EST
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  • You’ll also find our experts’ favorite picks, how the pros are betting the game and more predictions.

NFL Wild Card Betting Cheat Sheet for Titans vs. Patriots: Odds, Picks, Predictions, More – The Action Network

The NFL playoffs are here and our crew has you covered with everything you need to bet kick off Wild Card Weekend right.

Find comprehensive previews for Saturday’s AFC matchups, our experts’ favorite picks (including a slew of player prop bets) and more outlined below.

Odds as of Saturday morning and via FanDuel, where Action Network users get a risk-free bet up to $500.

NFL Wild Card Betting Picks

Our staff reveals how they’re betting Saturday’s pair of AFC matchups. Here are their six (!) favorite picks.

No. 5 Bills vs. No. 4 Texans Betting Odds & Preview

  • Odds: Texans -2.5
  • Over/Under: 43.5
  • Kickoff: 4:35 p.m. ET
  • TV Channel: ABC/ESPN

Deshaun Watson and Co. have been bet down from 3- to 2.5-point favorites since the line opened despite a slight majority of tickets backing them to cover.

So how are our experts projecting this game? They preview all the important matchups and make their picks.

No. 6 Titans vs. No. 3 Patriots Betting Odds & Preview

  • Odds: Patriots -4.5
  • Over/Under: 44.5
  • Kickoff: 8:15 p.m. ET
  • TV Channel: CBS

Public bettors aren’t overwhelmingly on the Patriots — only 55% of tickets are backing them to cover.

But what do our experts think? They preview the matchup, featuring analysis of the biggest matchups and a pick.

And if you’re tracking the weather in Foxborough, we’ve also outlined

NFL Playoffs Divisional Round Betting Guide and Picks – SharpSide

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What an exciting opening weekend of the NFL Playoffs. If the Divisional Round is near as entertaining as Wild Card Weekend was, football fans and sports bettors are in for a real treat. In this guide, we’ll preview the games that are to come, break down the odds, and give out picks against the point spread and on the over/under total. We’ll also take a look at the updated odds to win the Super Bowl and both conferences.

Super Bowl Odds

Baltimore Ravens (+200)
San Francisco 49ers (+325)
Kansas City Chiefs (+350)
Green Bay Packers (+800)
Seattle Seahawks (+1200)
Minnesota Vikings (+1400)
Houston Texans (+2800)
Tennessee Titans (+2800)

Odds To Win AFC

Baltimore Ravens (-137)
Kansas City Chiefs (+170)
Houston Texans (+1200)
Tennessee Titans (+1200)

Odds To Win NFC

San Francisco 49ers (-110)
Green Bay Packers (+275)
Seattle Seahawks (+500)
Minnesota Vikings (+600)

Futures odds from DraftKings Sportsbook as of Thursday, January 9, at 11:30 p.m. ET and subject to change.

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Minnesota Vikings at San Francisco 49ers

Saturday, January 11, 2020, at 4:35 p.m. ET
Levi’s Stadium
Santa Clara, CA

Spread Open: 49ers (-7)
Current Spread: 49ers (-7)

Over/Under Total Open: 46
Current Over/Under Total: 44.5

Public Money on Spread: 53% on 49ers
Public Money on Over/Under

NFL Playoffs Wild Card Weekend Betting Guide and Picks – SharpSide

If you’re interested in a betting guide and picks for NFL Wild Card Weekend, you’ve come to the right place. The regular season is in the books and we’re onto the NFL Playoffs. Even though most of the league is starting the offseason, there’s still plenty of action to enjoy as the league works its way to a Super Bowl champion, especially if you’re a sports bettor. In this guide, we’ll preview what’s to come, lay out the odds, and give out picks against the point spread and on the over/under total.

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The first weekend of the NFL Playoffs is Wild Card Weekend, featuring eight teams in action across four games. The Houston Texans host the Buffalo Bills and the New England Patriots host the Tennessee Titans on Saturday, January 4, 2020. Then, the New Orleans Saints host the Minnesota Vikings and the Philadelphia Eagles host the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday, January 5.

Before we dive into what’s to come, let’s quickly recap the regular season that had me making picks for all non-Thursday games. If you’ve been taking all the bets the last three weeks, then you’re welcome for the rollercoaster ride. I’m sorry for the overall mediocre production. In the second season of this article, I’m still surprised at how well things have gone and the fact that we’ve been able to beat the juice against the spread (ATS) for two seasons in a row. I