Articles tagged "NFL ATS"
Inside Vegas: Title Games A Mega Day for Sportsbooks
The Wise Guys saved themselves in the divisional round when the Patriots wiped out the Colts and the sharps, reports Inside Vegas columnist Sean O'Neill. The bookmakers say that title game Sunday is second only to the Super Bowl itself for moving money through Vegas.
Divisional Trifecta: Patriots Rain On Playoff Parade
The CHFF Trifecta went 4-1 in the wildcard round and looks for the Patriots to help provide a big boost in the divisional round. Plus, the Trifecta looks at the Saints chances in Seattle.
Late-Season Winning Picks: Polar Express of Pigskin
Much of the nation is gripped in a deep freeze. But our Real and Spectacular picks power through the wintry tempest with their fifth straight year of huge late-season performances: 26-10 (.722) ATS since Week 16; and 134-73-1 (.647) ATS Week 16 through the playoffs five years running.
Week 17 in Review: CHFF Rides Big Wave Into Postseason
The King of Props and Intelligence Index produced major money-making performances in 2013. Our Real and Spectacular Picks, meanwhile, closed out the regular season with another huge late surge (12-4 ATS) and has a sick five-year history of nearly .700 ATS down the stretch.
Week 17 Trifecta: New England Patriots Own The Buffalo Bills
The CHFF Trifecta is banking on the New England Patriots, and the most lopsided rivalry in the NFL today, to help it hit the postseason on a winning note. The Patriots are 24-2 vs. Buffalo dating back to 2000, winning by an average score of 28-14.
Inside Vegas: Whipping Boy Tony Romo's Mega Point-Spread Impact
Dallas Cowboys fans like to bitch about Tony Romo. But his value was proven by the point spread, which moved dramatically when the public learned that he was injured for the do-or-die finale against the Eagles on Sunday. Reporter Sean O'Neill takes us Inside Vegas.
Chilly Days, Hot Picks: Tasty Stew of Late-Season Winners
We've picked every game every week straight up and ATS since 2009. The most profitable time of year has always been the late-season stretch run, after our Quality Stats have had time to marinate in an enriched, savory stock of their omnipotent wisdom.
Week 16 in Review: History Of Late-Season Success
We recaptured the spirit of late-seasons past with an 11-5 performance SU and ATS for our Real and Spectacular picks, highlighted by underdog New England's outright road win at Baltimore. We are 69-32 (.683) ATS from Week 16 through the Super Bowl since 2011.
Week 17: Incentivized Teams Are Overvalued ATS
Recent history suggests teams in need of a win to help their playoff chances are likely to win outright, but they are not slam dunks to cover. In fact, the Pigskin Public vastly overvalues the "team needs to win" factor.
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