Articles tagged "NFL oddsmaking"
King of Props Ponders Peyton Manning's Aerial Accuracy
The King of Props has produced royalties for his loyal subjects all season long. Now he's issuing six (count 'em, 6!) props for Super Bowl XLVIII alone. with his fourth pick, he ponders the fate of Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos passing game.
The Super Bowl XLVIII Handicapping Kickoff Show
CHFF oddsmaking analyst Mike Wilkening warms up for the Super Bowl with a game-by-game review of the gambling seasons and results for the NFC champ Seattle Seahawks and AFC champ Denver Broncos.
Memory Pain: 10 Worst Bets Of the 2013 NFL Gambling Season
Time to go down memory lane to 10 moments when you tore up your tickets in anger, and hopefully learn some lessons that won't hurt you next year. These were 10 bets that looked like easy winners but blew up in your face.
Brady vs. Manning: By The (Oddsmaking) Numbers
Handicappers who have consistently backed Tom Brady and Peyton Manning have done well for themselves, and the numbers prove it. But how do these two legends stack up head to head when it comes to making fans money?
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.
Upset Alert: Underdogs Star in Divisional Round
Jimmy Graham and the New Orleans Saints are among three big road dogs this weekend. The good news for them is that divisional-round underdogs have thrived in recent seasons. Look no further than the last three Super Bowl champions, writes Mike Wilkening.
Wildcard Trends: Favorites, Unders, Wintry Weather
Favorites have dominated recent wildcard play: the last wildcard underdog to cover was Tim Tebow's 2011 Broncos, who beat the Steelers outright. Oddsmaking analyst Mike Wilkening explores some of the top handicapping storylines this weekend.
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.
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.
Slack Lines, Week 17: Things Fall Into Place or Pieces
The Slack Lines crew ends the year dividing successful gamblers from the degenerates (spoiler: there's no difference). Beau brainwashes his children, Nick reveals his Elf fetish, Jerry trademarks his shitty picks, Luke puts on red PJs and ruins Christmas and Matt admits his latent Romosexuality.