SNY Sports Betting Analyst Jay Sinatra previews Week 7 of the NFL season.
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SNY Sports Betting Analyst Jay Sinatra previews Week 6 of the NFL.
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SNY Sports Betting Analyst Jay Sinatra makes his picks for Week 5 of the NFL season.
SNY Sports Betting Analyst Jay Sinatra makes his picks for tonight's AL Wild Card game between the Yankees and A's.
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SNY Sports Betting Analyst Jay Sinatra lays out his picks for Week 3 of the NFL season.
How can the Giants cover against the Texans? Pat Mayo mentions Barkley and Beckham but is it more about stopping Jadeveon Clowney?
Pat Mayo breaks down the Thursday night game between the Jetsa and Browns
What is the path for the Giants +3 this weekend?
Pat Mayo says that it's all about slowing down Ezekiel Elliott and exploiting the Dallas defense in a way that they couldn't against Jacksonville in Week 1
Coming off a short week after playing Monday and heading into another short week with playing the Browns next Thursday, Pat Mayo says that Jets/Dolphins "screams close game coming down to the wire" and that it may be best to take the points and Dolphins +3.
What do you think?
The Giants open the 2018 season was home underdogs to the Jacksonville Jaguars at MetLife Stadium.
Adam Levitan thinks that the line is at 3 because of the "massive" coaching upgrade the Giants got this offseason and that Eli Manning's splits with and without Odell Beckham are absolutely drastic, really, really massive."
Levitan added that right now "the sharp money, the big money and sophisticated betters are mostly on the Giants so far."
The Giants over/under for the 2018 season is 6.5 wins and Pat Mayo of the DraftKing Sportsbook Minute says that betters have been "smashing" the over.
Why have been betters "smashing" the over:
- Drafting Saquon Barkley
- Getting a healthy Odell Beckham Jr. back
- Upgrade at coach in Pat Shurmur
- "Vastly improved" offensive line
- Playing a last place schedule
- Games against the AFC South
Charles Barkley explains how the point spread works.
Charles Barkley explains how a parlay bet works: If you bet on more than one thing to come true you win more than if you just bet on one. If you bet on all three and one doesn't come true, you lose the entire bet.
Charles Barkley explains the moneyline: "betting on the moneyline is betting on who will win and the odds are adjusted for who is favored. If you bet the favorite the payout is smaller because the probabllity of winning is greater. If you bet the underdog, the payout is bigger because the probability of winning is lower."
Charles Barkley explains Live Bets: "you bet on a live game. It makes the games more exciting to watch and the odds and spreads change as the game goes on. Anything can happen, that is the beauty of a live bet."
Charles Barkley explains the Over/Under: "An Over/Under bet is when you choose if the combined scores of both teams will either be over or under the provided total."
The Hockey News Yearbook issue has the Rangers projected to finish 7th in the Metro, ahead of the Islanders.
They have their odds listed at 80-1 to win the Stanley Cup.
It is not clear where they have the Rangers finishing overall in the league standings.
The Giants' odds to win Super Bowl LIII have increased dramatically.
After sitting at 75/1 on May 1, the Giants' odds are now 40/1, according to Bovada Sportsbook in Las Vegas. The Giants' odds improved the most of any team.
Big Blue is now right in the middle of the pack when it comes to odds to hoist the Lombardi Trophy, with 15 teams having better odds than them...
The Jets have the second-worst odds to win Super Bowl LIII of any team in the NFL.
Gang Green is holding at 100/1, according to Bovada Sportsbook in Las Vegas. They were at 66/1 on February 5 before dropping to 100/1 on March 22 -- where their odds have held since.
The Cardinals, Bills, and Dolphins -- the only teams with longer odds than the Jets -- are in a three-way tie at 150/1.
The Jets' quarterback battle has been the most-watched aspect of training camp thus far. So, it's no surprise that Vegas has already put their odds on who will win the starting job when camp breaks.
At the moment, veteran QB Josh McCown leads the pack at -130 on the money line. Following McCown is rookie QB Sam Darnold, but not by much at +140.
As for Teddy Bridgewater, he is the longshot at +800 to win the starting role. However, Bridgewater is considered the backup on the Jets' unofficial depth chart with Darnold as the third stringer.