If you are just getting into daily fantasy football “betting” then this article will explain the different styles of daily contest you can play. Daily fantasy contests are set up with a salary cap where you pick players at different positions and earn points based on their performance. The better the players the higher their salary is which provides us with the strategy aspect of Daily Fantasy. Your goal is to pick the very best team possible while staying below the set salary cap. There are several different types of Daily Fantasy contests which we will talk about next. [KEEP READING…]
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Pac 12 South Future Wagers
Arizona (Last Yr 7-6) – UNDER 6 Wins The Wildcats won 6 regular season games last year after winning 10 in 2014. We have the Cats finishing at 6-6 again this year, however if we had to lean one way or the other, we’d probably look at the UNDER before the OVER in this one. Zona’s offense was solid last year putting up 464 yards per game in Pac 12 play. However they return just 57% of their total offensive yards and must replace 3 offensive linemen. [KEEP READING]
Pac 12 North Total Win Futures
California (Last Yr 8-5) – UNDER 4 Wins Head man Sonny Dykes finally pushed Cal “over the hump” last season as the Bears went 8-5 (just 4-5 in conference play) and got back to a bowl for the first time since 2011. That was with Jared Goff, the #1 pick in the NFL draft under center. Things will be different this year as Goff moves on and 77% of their offensive yards overall from last year are now gone. Let’s face it, Cal had a chance to be very good last year with a great QB and very good skill position players but had a number of close wins (margins of 1, 2, 6, & 6 points) so the Bears weren’t that far from being a .500 type team. [KEEP READING]
ASA’s College Football Opening Weekend Notes
FIRST PREVIEW – LSU vs Wisconsin on Saturday, September 3rd – SEC vs BIG TEN
LSU -10 vs WISCONSIN (@ Lambeau Field) – First college game in Lambeau in over 30 years…New LSU defensive coordinator Dave Aranda was the Badgers DC last season…[KEEP READING]
ASA’s SUPER BOWL PREDICTION 2016
Green Bay Packers 2015 records (10-6 SU, 9-7 ATS)
OFF YPG: 334.6 (24th) – DEF YPG: 346.7 (14th)
PTS Scored: 23PPG (15th) – PTS Allowed: 20.2PPG (12th)
The Packers have made the playoffs in 6 consecutive years and 7 of the last 8. We fully expect them to make the post-season again this year and they are a nice Super Bowl Longshot at 11-1 to win it all. Green Bay’s strength of schedule this season ranks as the easiest in the entire NFL. Their opponents this year had a combined record of 117-139 a year ago. They play only 5 games vs teams that made the playoffs last season with 11 of their 16 games vs teams that were at or below .500 last year. After winning the NFC North for 4 straight seasons, the Pack finished 2nd to Minnesota last year but pushed into the playoffs as a wildcard. We fully expect them to move ahead of the Vikings this year and win the division. [KEEP READING HERE…]
April AL Pitching Overachievers
By Joe Nelson of Nelly Sports
Starting pitching is the biggest component of MLB handicapping and as the first month of the season winds down there are some surprising pitchers off to great starts. Here are a few American League starters with great results through the first few weeks that may be worth fading as their valuation grows.
Mat Latos – Chicago White Sox: Latos looked like one of the NL’s better young pitchers a few years ago with the Padres before having a few moderately successful seasons in Cincinnati. After bouncing around last season with few positive outings Latos was signed for a very cheap one-year deal by the White Sox last winter. [KEEP READING…]
An Efficient way to pick the NBA Champion
Efficiency ratings and rankings have become the standard measurement of teams and players and if you are not familiar with those numbers, and you’re a sports bettor, you might want to do a little research and get to know what they mean. Very simply put Offensive Efficiency (OEFF = points scored per 100 possessions) and Defensive Efficiency (DEFF = points allowed per 100 possessions) are great ways to evaluate teams and players and how good they truly are. The league average for OEFF this season was 106 while the defensive number was 106.8. [KEEP READING…]
ASA’s MLB Future Wagers and A.L. Pennant Winner
OVER 66.5 WINS for the PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES
Completely different atmosphere in the clubhouse this year, direction starts at the top and they got rid of upper management that was killing them, it’s only spring training but their 14-5 start is already showing there is a different “feel” with this year’s team, this is a very low win total and the Phillies won 63 games with a much more “toxic” clubhouse last year…that says a lot right there…[KEEP READING HERE]
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