This seems like a great way to get our football week kicked off, as the public seems to be all over Miami, but the people who actually make money are on Cincy. That works for us.
Each day, one of our expert will offer up a best bet (or two or three) that mobile sportsbooks are offering.
In our first value / fade-the-public play of the week, this one makes as much sense as any NFL pick we have made thus far in the early season.
Best Bets for Thursday: We still like the Steelers, as even without TJ Watt and the limited sample size, they still have shown they can do a decent job in stopping the run, and what else does Cleveland have with Jacoby Brissett at quarterback?
From Bet Chicago Sports: Predictions for all 16 NFL games in Week 3 against the spread and straight up
A pair of totals in today's MLB slate has our attention on Wednesday, Sept. 21.
There are no double-digit favorites in the NFL this coming week, and beyond that, there are no teams favored by more than a touchdown, which could make the pickings slim.
Green Bay has defeated the Bears by 10 or more points in four straight games. More Week 2 predictions for all 16 NFL games in Week 2 against the spread and straight up from Bet Chicago Sports are here.
Best Bets for today: For the Cubs, Drew Smyly has been good at times, but he has been simply awful at others – like two starts ago in giving up seven runs to the Cardinals in just 2.1 innings.
Best bets for NFL Sunday Week 1: Cutting two big favorites down to -1 and a division champ getting points
How will Gators respond following emotional win vs. Utah last week? Best Bets for Saturday.
Cincinnati’s Mike Minor has had one quality start since Independence Day and has given up 29 total hits in his past four outings. For the Cubs, Javier Assad wears No. 72 and spent most of the year pitching in the Southern League. Yes, we're taking the over.
Not only is it rare that Notre Dame is a monster underdog, but it is nearly as uncommon that one top-5 team in the country is favored by more than two touchdowns over another.
A Big Ten matchup, resumption of ‘The Backyard Brawl’ series on docket. The Nittany Lions have dominated their series against Purdue (15-4), which has to be the only reason why they are favored on the road in a game they simply should not be favored in.
The Chicago Bears players with the lowest odds for NFL Defensive Player of the Year are defensive end Roquan Smith at +4000 and linebacker Roquan Smith, who recently ended a contract holdout, at +6000.