PRO GAMBLERS SHARE NFL
Sports Betting Opus; Ultimate Guide to
Secrets of NFL spread picks
Billy Walters Secrets
• The sportsbooks hope you never read this. Professional
gamblers don’t actually have “inside information” but they
sure know where to find it and how to use it. Here is the
ultimate guide to NFL gambling, the NFL handicapping
• The first key to dominating sports betting is great
information. FromBilly Walters picks to elite professional
gamblers, it all starts with information.
• The finest locale for news and notes is to go to Google
News (news.google.com) and enter the names of the two
teams. For example input “Eagles Cowboys” and every
article on every news site recognized by Google News
Joe Duffy, Betting Expert
• At Joe Duffy’s Picks, we cut and paste all applicable
gambling evidence onto our sharp players
clipboard, which we trade with a select group of whales.
However, every major sports site from Sporting
News, Sports Illustrated, Fox Sports, Pro Football
Talk, CBS Sportsline, and The Sports Network has blogs
and/or previews. Yahoo! Sports is middling at best for
exclusive intel. NFL Nation at ESPN is the best portal of
• FoxSheets is outstanding for yards per rushing
attempt, yards per pass, and yards per play relative to
what their opponent normally gets or gives up depending
on if one is scrutinizing offense or defense. The key
phrase “relative to” is crucial. It is broadly a power rating
for each unit running and passing on each side of the ball.
TeamRankings Betting Info
• TeamRankings is excellent for Margin of Cover, or the
less accurate but more dramatic rename of “sweat
barometer.” MOC is similar to scoring margin, but it is
measured by how much a team covers or fails to cover
the point spread. Effectively it is against the spread rather
than straight up scoring margin.
• Many sports handicappers believe MOC is invaluable in
isolating under and overvalued teams. TeamRankings
has sundry other excellent statistics such as total plays
per game. Key metrics are ranked and organized in
spreadsheet format so one can isolate the fastest and
slowest paced teams for totals betting. The site is an
• Covers is very good for displaying total yards per game
yards per play margin for the contest. This helps spot how
much a team wins a total yards matchup. We have said
time and time again that won-loss straight up record is the
most overrated stat on earth. Phil Steele does a very
good job in his notebook finding discrepancies between
final scores and the stat sheet.
• Covers does well with splits, but that is an angle more
prosperous in other sports, yet integral in football too.
Sports Insights Bet Labs
• Sports Insights is very good for using public betting patterns
and has an outstanding database for systems. We have
explained why we now de-emphasize systems, but still know
they are excellent for corroboration of betting picks.
Spreadapedia and Killer Sports have very good databases as
• Obviously one needs to know specific angles and situations to
prey upon such as letdown, look ahead, sandwich, effect of
injuries and line-up changes, motivational variances, and
oddsmakers over or under-reactions just to scratch the
surface. But technology brings a treasure trove of knowledge
for professional gamblers to gain the upper hand over bookies.
• The professional sports services at OffshoreInsiders.com
certainly have and will continue to exploit available wisdom for
years to come.