Author Archives: Molly F

Baseball Progressive Chase Systems

  Anyone who has bet on sports for any period of time knows that losing streaks are part of the picture. It doesn’t matter how good of a handicapper you are, losing streaks are going to happen. It makes no difference how you handicap. Bettors who rely on statistics, systems, or trends are not exempt from…

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NFL Salaries: Top 25 Paid Players in the NFL

#1 Aaron Rodgers QB, Green Bay Packers $22,000,000 Topping the list for NFL salaries, the #1 of the top 25 paid players in the NFL is Aaron Rodgers. He will be the highest paid NFL player during the 2014-15 NFL Season with an average annually salary of $22 million dollars. He is the starting quarterback for the…

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The Effect of Turnovers in NFL

Handicap NFL Effect Two things that football coaches hate:  penalties and turnovers.  From Pee Wee football all the way to the NFL, these two things cause coaches to pull their hair out.  NFL bettors share the same beliefs, at lease when the team they’ve bet on has a penalty or fumbles the ball, there isn’t…

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NFL Betting

Developing an NFL Betting Strategy Do you want to learn more about how to bet on the NFL?  Once you have a basic understanding of the spread, over/under NFL betting and the money line, you may want to study more advanced strategies of NFL betting. One example: many handicappers looking to place wagers on the…

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NFL Prop Betting Explained

NFL Prop Betting   Even though the most common betting on NFL Football usually involves game point spreads and point totals, there is often times various alternative bets are available. One of these alternative bets is called a proposition bet, or a “prop bet”, and is often offered by casinos and sports books on outcomes…

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How to Bet on NFL: Spread Betting Explained Step-by-Step Guide

How to Bet on NFL When betting on the NFL or college NCAA football, a point spread is almost always involved.  This is called a handicap that the odds makers set on a game to make an unbalanced game more even. A Spread or Line tells what team is expected to win a the game. Let’s use…

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