Upsets by the Texans over the Jaguars, Colts over the Ravens and Cardinals over the Cowboys eliminated $3.4 million worth of Circa Survivor entries (3,443).
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Trailing 30-20 with four seconds left Sunday against the 49ers, Rams coach Sean McVay decided to attempt a field goal, which was good and covered a 7½-point spread.
In a baffling decision that dealt a bad beat to Niners bettors and gave many Rams bettors a backdoor cover, Los Angeles kicked a 38-yard field goal as time expired in its 30-23 loss.
There are overreactions every week in the NFL. But with the possible exception of the San Francisco 49ers, no team is as good or bad as it looked in Week 1.
Actor Mark Wahlberg was at the grand opening of Yahoo Sportsbook powered by William Hill at The Venetian on Sunday for Week 1 of the NFL season.
Six pro sports gamblers, oddsmakers and analysts — including three Las Vegas contest winners — gave advice on football betting and NFL handicapping contests.
Renowned sports bettor Billy Walters long ago won a wager on how long he would live. He has also survived a run-in with Las Vegas mobster Anthony Spilotro.
The favorite flipped and the line moved four points in the NFL preseason opener Thursday in the Pro Football Hall of Fame Game at Canton, Ohio.
A respected betting service gave out a play on the Raiders to go under 6½ wins, and Circa Sports and the Westgate SuperBook reported sharp action on the under.
For the second straight year, a tweet by an NBA insider caused a dramatic shift in the league’s draft odds. Only this time the reporter also is a paid contributor to a sportsbook.
Bettors who have faded (wagered against) the A’s this season are up big. Oakland is on pace to finish with the worst 162-game record in baseball history.
Rather than hedge his $100 parlay to guarantee a profit, Jon Grace doubled down. Now he is two Golden Knights wins away from collecting six figures from Circa.
Nuggets center Nikola Jokic is the odds-on favorite to win the NBA Finals MVP and lead Denver to its first NBA championship by beating the Miami Heat.