NFL betting trends

Week 15 NFL Trends: A Patriots Sample Size Error

by John Ewing • December 12, 2017

It’s Week 15 and the slate is chock-full of must-watch games including Patriots-Steelers and Seahawks-Rams. To get you ready for another NFL weekend here are some trends to know. There is incredible power in understanding how teams, players, leagues and markets have reacted to various scenarios. Using Bet Labs massive database of proprietary sports betting […]


Squares are ignoring Cowboys-Giants, but Sharps pounding G-Men

by John Ewing • December 6, 2017

The Cowboys-Giants Week 14 showdown isn’t the must-watch matchup many would have expected entering the season. Big Blue is a raging dumpster fire (2-10 record, fired head coach and GM, benched two-time Super Bowl winning quarterback) and the Cowboys are a .500 team a year after getting the No. 1 seed in the NFC. Even […]


Week 14 NFL Trends: Late season betting strategies

by John Ewing • December 5, 2017

With the playoffs insight, it’s a perfect time to share some of our most profitable late season (December-February) betting strategies. There is incredible power in understanding how teams, players, leagues and markets have reacted to various scenarios. Using Bet Labs massive database of proprietary sports betting information, you can easily build and explore data-driven betting […]


You’re not crazy to take Geno Smith and the points

by John Ewing • November 29, 2017

The New York Giants are benching two-time Super Bowl winner Eli Manning for… Geno Smith?!?! The surprise demotion will end Manning’s streak of regular season games started at 210 (2nd longest streak in NFL history). The G-Men (2-9) have struggled offensively this season with Manning calling the plays. The team is 31st in the NFL […]


Brett Hundley is no Aaron Rodgers, bet the Packers anyways

by John Ewing • November 22, 2017

Brett Hundley is no Aaron Rodgers, there we said it. Green Bay is 1-4 without their star quarterback (including the game he got hurt) and have struggled to score. The Packers are averaging 13.4 points per game with Hundley who ranks 34th among quarterbacks in passer rating (63.1) the last five weeks and has committed eight […]


Week 12 NFL Trends: Buying low on the Chiefs

by John Ewing • November 21, 2017

There is incredible power in understanding how teams, players, leagues and markets have reacted to various scenarios. Using Bet Labs massive database of proprietary sports betting information, you can easily build and explore data-driven betting systems. Each week we will provide a betting trend for the most interesting NFL games. Some trends will be team […]


NFL trends to feast on during Thanksgiving

by John Ewing • November 20, 2017

What’s Thanksgiving without football? Between mouthfuls of turkey and pumpkin pie, chow down on these tasty betting trends. Thursday’s slate 12:30 pm ET: Lions vs. Vikings (-2) 4:30 pm ET: Cowboys (pick’em) vs. Chargers 8:30 pm ET: Redskins (-7.5) vs. Giants Give thanks for favorites  Favorites on Thanksgiving are 24-11 (68.6%) ATS since 2003. Teams […]


Does a bye week kill momentum?

by John Ewing • November 2, 2017

Seven games into the season, the Rams look nothing like the team that has had a losing record in ten straight years. Los Angeles is 5-2, has the second-best point differential in the NFL and is challenging the Seahawks for the NFC West division crown. Sean McVay’s team won two straight heading into its Week […]


Trend of the Week: Bucs are a live dog vs. the Saints

by John Ewing • November 1, 2017

An NFC South showdown between the New Orleans Saints and Tampa Bay Buccaneers features two teams heading in opposite directions. Drew Brees and the Saints have won five straight and are the fifth most profitable team against-the-spread in 2017 (5-2 ATS). After starting 2-1, Jameis Winston and the Bucs are on a four-game skid and […]


Windy Unders in the NFL

by John Ewing • October 30, 2017

What factors do you consider before placing a bet? The most common are home field advantage, injuries, line movement and public action. However, many casual bettors overlook the effect weather can have on a game. The forecast for Monday night’s showdown between the Kansas City Chiefs (5-2) and Denver Broncos (3-3) calls for strong winds. […]