Handicapper Micah Roberts likes William Hill’s prop on Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s finish position to go over 6½ (minus-135) in the Daytona 500 on Sunday.
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As usual, stakes are high for those placing bets on the Super Bowl. This year, for those who can’t handle the pressure, a local Las Vegas startup is offering a way out.
Wynn sports book director John Avello watched his beloved Giants escape with a 20-19 upset of the Bills to win Super Bowl XXV on Jan. 27, 1991.
Two years after the movie “Black Sunday” hit theaters in 1977, another Super Bowl disaster played out in Las Vegas, where sports books were buried by bettors who middled Super Bowl XIII.
Will either Brady or Ryan break Kurt Warner’s Super Bowl record of 414 passing yards? Station Casinos bettors say ‘Yes,’ which is at plus-350 after opening at plus-400.
It’s 13 weeks until the Kentucky Derby, so we will be seeing many more days like Saturday, when three Derby preps will be run from coast to coast.
Another unique prop offered at Caesars is “Will the ball hit the uprights on an extra point or field goal?” Yes is plus-450. No is minus-550.
None of the eight highest-scoring teams in NFL history won the Super Bowl, with only the 2013 Broncos, 2007 Patriots and 1983 Redskins even reaching the title game.
As much as we’d love to be a wiseguy, we’re just a wise guy. But we are going to bet against one of the NFL’s most explosive receivers.
That was one of the longest lines in the history of not only sports wagering but sports cashing.