Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl Odds SlipTo the oddsmakers, the New England Patriots are still the Patriots. And the Cowboys are a contender that experienced a subpar offseason.
Choppy’s ‘Degenerate’ College & Pro Football PicksA rough first week for the Degenerate, but I’ve added 2 games to try and make up for it. One thing the degenerate does…takes care of the people!!
Eagles Dubbed Overwhelming Favorites To Win NFC EastIt should come as no surprise that Las Vegas projects Philadelphia, not Dallas, to win the NFC East. But is DeMarco still among the favorites to win the NFL MVP?
With LeBron On Board, Cavs Become 2015 NBA Title FavoritesShortly after James announced his return to Cleveland, Bovada released its revised odds to win the 2015 NBA Title. The King has the Cavs on top.
2014 World Cup Odds: U.S. Faces Uphill BattleThe U.S. Men's National Team faces long odds to win the 2014 World Cup. Oddsmakers provide a glimpse into the what the Americans are facing in the tournament's "group of death".
2014 U.S. Open Odds: McIlroy The FavoriteRory McIlroy, world No.1 Adam Scott, and Phil Mickelson are among the favorites at Pinehurst No. 2. Could Phil finally capture a U.S. Open title?
Mavs Face Long Odds To Win NBA TitleThe Mavericks are longshots to escape their first round matchup with San Antonio, much less win the NBA title. But exactly what odds do they face?
NCAA Tournament Championship OddsMarch is here – are you excited about the NCAA Men’s basketball tournament? If you are, you’re not alone! Check out the odds for this year’s dance:
Las Vegas Oddsmakers Looking At Evenly Matched Super BowlBettors seemed to favor the Denver Broncos early, though, and sports books on the Las Vegas Strip quickly adjusted their lines to make Denver anywhere from pick `em to a 2-point favorite to win the title game.
RJ's Odds On The Final FourRJ Choppy lays the odds and puts money in your pocket for this weekend's two biggest sporting events: the NCAA men's Final Four in Atlanta and...
Vegas Sportsbooks: $300M+ Changed Hands With NFL CallGambling expert RJ Bell of Las Vegas-based Pregame.com says he thinks two-thirds of bets worldwide were on the Packers, and that sports books took in at least $150 million because of the call.
Picking Perfect Bracket A Tough Numbers GameIf you were to stack the amount of paper it would take to fill in every bracket with every possibility among the 68 teams who will play 67 games over the next three weeks, it would not fit inside the universe.