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Archive for January, 2016

New, Improved Super Bowl System

Posted on: January 30th, 2016 by Oddsfather Staff

There is an old washed up Super Bowl system circulating around the net that was famous in it’s glory days for winning 10-straight times between 1985 and 1994. The problem is that this system didn’t change with the times and the wheels started to fall off, like an old jalopy. No, check that. It was […]

Super Bowl 50: Early Betting Trends

Posted on: January 29th, 2016 by Jeff Allen Sports

There are some people that despise the extra buildup between the NFL Conference Championships and Super Bowl Sunday and to each their own, but since ‘hating’ isn’t change anything (Roger Goodell is STILL the Commissioner, right?), we’re going to embrace the extra time and put it towards running systems, handicapping props and looking for a […]

Jeff Allen Thursday NBA Game Preview: Bulls at Lakers

Posted on: January 28th, 2016 by Jeff Allen

Jeff Allen Thursday NBA Game Preview: Bulls at Lakers In a lot of ways it’s almost tragic that the Kobe Bryant farewell tour has to end like this, on a team that is not very good to begin with and forced to tank to retain it’s protected lottery pick. At 9-38 (5-16 home, 4-22 away), […]

OKC looks to avoid New York Sweep

Posted on: January 26th, 2016 by Jeff Allen Sports

OKC looks to avoid New York Sweep The Oklahoma City Thunder look to avoid two sweeps tonight as they face the New York Knicks in the Mecca of Madison Square Garden. The 22-24 Knicks have already beaten the Thunder at OKC back in November and can secure a series sweep with a win here. The 33-13 Thunder […]

AFC Conference Championship: Patriots at Broncos 

Posted on: January 23rd, 2016 by Oddsfather Staff

Sunday’s early NFL Playoff game will be one for the ages when Tom Brady takes the field against Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos. New England already made one climb up to the Mile High City in Week 12, losing 30-24 in overtime, and honestly at this point that game feels like ancient history. For […]

NFC Championship Pick: Arizona Cardinals at Carolina Panthers 

Posted on: January 23rd, 2016 by Oddsfather Staff

For the second-straight week the Carolina Panthers will welcome a team from the NFC West Sunday when the Arizona Cardinals arrive at Bank of America Stadium. The Panthers took down the Seahawks 31-24, completing a season sweep while exacting revenge from 2014-15’s playoffs but beyond hailing from the same division, the list of similarities between […]

Playoff Preview: NFL Conference Championship

Posted on: January 21st, 2016 by Jeff Allen Sports

The early lines for Sunday’s Conference Championship games have found some footing around the 3-point mark and early reports indicate that the two favorites — New England and Carolina — are each collecting anywhere from 60- to 75-percent of the early action. Online sportsbooks walk a thin line whenever the odds are set so close […]

Jeff Allen’s NFC Championship Preview: Arizona Cardinals at Carolina Panthers

Posted on: January 21st, 2016 by Jeff Allen Sports

It’s almost unfair to call this a rematch of last year’s Wild Card round game won by Carolina (-5.5, 37.5) 27-16. In that game Arizona was basically crippled by the loss of Carson Palmer as backup Ryan Lindley could only manage to produce eight first downs, 81 yards of total offense while throwing two picks. […]


Posted on: January 16th, 2016 by Oddsfather Staff

The Pittsburgh Steelers are part of a raging epidemic this year that seemed to target NFL teams from the AFC North. Like the Bengals, Browns and Ravens, Pittsburgh has been hit hard at the QB spot through the past four months and in last week’s win over Cincinnati, Big Ben was literally crushed with so […]


Posted on: January 16th, 2016 by Oddsfather Staff

The Seattle Seahawks are like the Willie Nelson of this year’s playoffs, “On the Road Again” for a third-straight week as they try and keep the dream alive against Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers. Home teams off a bye in this round are 37-19 straight-up and although they’ve had a tough time covering the […]