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2009 Weekly Sports Betting Article Archive

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Forward Ron Artest of the Los Angeles Lakers

This Week in Betting, A-Z
by Trevor Whenham - 12/28/2009

The Lakers' bad boy will miss some action thanks to a concussion and an injured elbow. The alleged cause of these injuries is unbelievable and almost certainly false. Artest reportedly tripped over a box in his house and fell down a flight of stairs. I don't understand why athletes and their agents always come up with such ridiculous stories to cover up the true, embarrassing causes of injuries.
Read more about This Week in Betting.

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.

This Week in Betting, A-Z
by Trevor Whenham - 12/21/2009

The Patriots finally showed that they can win a road game when they beat Buffalo on Sunday. It's their first road win other than the neutral site game in London all year, and it really only barely counts because the Pats have beaten the Bills relentlessly no matter where they play - New England has beaten Buffalo a league-best 13 straight times.
Read more about This Week in Betting.

Saints quarterback Drew Brees.

This Week in Betting, A-Z
by Trevor Whenham - 12/7/2009

So, either the Hawks are an offensive powerhouse or the Raptors are incredibly incompetent on defense. At least one of those has to be true because Atlanta scored 146 points in regulation time against Toronto on Wednesday. Nine different players scored 11 or more points, and the team scored at least 32 points per quarter.
Read more about This Week in Betting.

Cleveland Browns Quarterback Brady Quinn.

This Week in Betting, A-Z
by Trevor Whenham - 11/30/2009

The offense of the Falcons is built around two stars - Matt Ryan and Michael Turner. Needless to say, it's a blow when both players are lost in the same game. Ryan was lost in the second quarter of their home game against Tampa Bay with a toe injury, and Turner went down in the third when he re-aggravated an ankle injury.
Read more about This Week in Betting.

jeremiah masoli

This Week in Betting, A to Z
by Trevor Whenham - 11/23/2009

Oregon put themselves in the driver's seat for the Pac-10 title, but it certainly wasn't easy. The Ducks beat Arizona in one of the best games of the entire college football season. Oregon won 44-41 in double overtime, and they needed a superhuman effort from QB Jeremiah Masoli to do it. Masoli dropped from the Heisman discussion with a poor start to the season, but if he'd played all year like he did on Saturday then they would be renaming the trophy for him.
Read more about This Week in Betting.

New York Jets Quarterback Mark Sanchez.

Doc’s Friday Public Action Report
by Trevor Whenham - 11/20/2009

Last week's Public Action Report went about as well as it possibly can. Six games were interesting based on our criteria. Five of them covered, and the sixth, Virginia, was a push. Combined with the 4-1-1 ATS mark the week before that means the report has gone 9-1-2 ATS over the last two weeks.
Read more about Public Action Betting Report.

Redskins No. 98 Brian Orakpo jumps on No.  99 Andre Carter

This Week in Betting, A-Z
by Trevor Whenham - 11/16/2009

The Falcons' woes continued on Sunday. After losing by nine at Carolina they have now lost three of their last four, and four of their five road games. The concern again has to be the comparatively poor play of Matt Ryan. He barely completed half of his passes, and had two interceptions including a late, costly one. He's just not the player he was last year.
Read more about This Week in Betting.

Denver Broncos Quarterback Kyle Orton.

Doc’s Friday Public Action Report
by Trevor Whenham - 11/13/2009

Last week was another very good week for the Public Action report. The Report tends to get stronger as the season progresses, and this year has been no exception recently. In six games last week, the Report went 4-1-1 ATS, including 2-0 ATS in the NFL. It even picked out three nice upsets - Colorado, Nebraska, and the Titans. There are six more games that fit the criteria this week, so hopefully it is another strong outing for the Report.
Read more about Public Action Betting Report.

Chicago Bulls center Joakim Noah

This Week in Betting, A-Z
by Trevor Whenham - 11/9/2009

I have been a big fan of Allen Iverson for his whole career, and I have defended him a lot as a result. I'm not sure I'll bother now, though. After just three games with Memphis and a whole lot of complaining because he wasn't starting, Iverson has taken an indefinite leave from the team. There is allegedly a family issue of some sort, but you have to be skeptical, and you have to wonder if we'll see him play there, or anywhere, again.
Read more about This Week in Betting.

San Francisco 49ers running back Glen Coffee.

Doc’s Public Action Report
by Trevor Whenham - 11/7/2009

It was a good weekend for the Public Action Report. The line movement pointed us at four winners in seven tries including two nice upset wins in the Big Ten - Illinois and Minnesota. This week there are six games that fit the bill - line movement that doesn't make sense given one-sided action on the game - four in college and two more in the NFL.
Read more about Doc’s Public Action Report.

Tony Romo Dallas Cowboys quarterback

Football Betting: Early Week Line Movements
by Robert Ferringo - 11/4/2009

Over the last two weeks the college early line movements have been spot on, going 6-1-1 ATS. I registered one 'push' because the Southern Miss-Houston game was both a win and loss depending on the number that each bettor received. The same goes for the Atlanta-New Orleans game in the NFL.
Read more about Early Week Line Movements.

Broncos receiver Eddie Royal.

This Week in Betting, A-Z
by Trevor Whenham - 11/2/2009

The Patriots owe a debt to Ted Ginn, Jr. New England now has a two-loss advantage atop their division, and it's all because the Jets couldn't contain the shifty Ginn. The kick returner took a kick back 100 yards for a TD early in the third quarter, and bested that by going 101 yards for a score later in the same period. Not only did he make the difference in the game, but Ginn became the first player since 1967 to return two kicks in the same quarter, and his 299 return yards was the second best ever. Not bad for a guy who was benched to start the game.
Read more about This Week in Betting.

Quarterback Tate Forcier (5) of the University of Michigan Wolverines.

Doc’s Friday Public Action Report
by Trevor Whenham - 10/30/2009

As often tends to be the case, the Public Action Report did a good job of picking out an upset last week. In this case, it helped us spot the otherwise surprising upset of Miami by Clemson. Here's hoping that it offers some good insight again this time around. It will have lots of opportunity to do so - there are no NFL games available, but a whole pile of college games that fit the criteria.
Read more about Public Action Betting Report.

USC Quarterback No. 7 Matt Barkley.

Football Betting: Early Week Line Movements
by Robert Ferringo - 10/27/2009

I can say that in my years of tracking these movements I've never seen so many steam moves in the NFL. I am tracking five but there very easily could have been three or four more that I added to track. Looks like the books can't pump up the favorites high enough, fast enough.
Read more about Early Week Line Movements.

Miami Dolphins Running Back Ricky Williams.

This Week in Betting, A-Z
by Trevor Whenham - 10/26/2009

Memo to Miami players: NFL games are four quarters long, not three. Through three quarters the Dolphins were engineering an impressive upset, leading the Saints by 10 and frustrating Drew Brees. Then the Saints scored 22 unanswered fourth quarter points to take a convincing lead of their own to stay undefeated. Ouch.
Read more about This Week in Betting.

Daquan Bowers Clemson football

Doc’s Friday Public Action Report
by Trevor Whenham - 10/23/2009

There are six games to consider this week in the Public Action Report - two in the NFL, and four in college football. As you may recall, the games that capture our attention here are ones that have line movement that doesn't make sense given the betting patterns.
Read more about Public Action Betting Report.

Duke quarterback No. 9 Thaddeus Lewis.

Football Betting: Early Week Line Movements
by Robert Ferringo - 10/21/2009

Thursday nights have been chalky the last two weeks, with the road favorites coming through (if only because I bet against them) after a strong run (13-2-1 ATS) by the Thursday night dogs. The road team is 7-2 ATS in the last nine meetings and UNC has been an awful favorite over the last several years. This is actually the first meeting since 2004 between these groups and a rare primetime spot for UNC.
Read more about Early Week Line Movements.

drew brees

This Week in Betting, A-Z
by Trevor Whenham - 10/19/2009

Texas is still undefeated, but they didn't exactly build up their reputation with their latest win. In one of the worst Red River games in recent years, Texas was outplayed for much of the game by Oklahoma, but managed to escape with a 16-13 win. Colt McCoy was again lousy, throwing for his lowest total since his freshman year, and serving up a remarkably bad interception.
Read more about This Week in Betting.

Wisconsin running back Zach Brown.

Football Betting: Early Week Line Movements
by Robert Ferringo - 10/13/2009

The sharp early college action had a successful week, with our tracked teams going 4-2 ATS. This season the college early line movements are just 14-23 ATS while the NFL moves (2-1-1 this week) are a decent 10-6-1 ATS. Overall, the early big movers are just 24-29-1 ATS.
Read more about Early Week Line Movements.

US Soccer National Team player Brian Ching.

This Week in Betting, A-Z
by Trevor Whenham - 10/13/2009

The Crimson Tide continue to look like the best team in the country in my eyes. They confirmed it this week as they thoroughly dismantled Ole Miss on Saturday. Rebels' QB Jevan Snead came into the season as a potential No. 1 pick, but he was left looking ridiculous by the crushing Tide defense.
Read more about This Week in Betting.

Pittsburgh QB Ben Rothlisberger.

Doc’s Friday Public Action Report
by Trevor Whenham - 10/9/2009

There is an amazing amount of movement to talk about on the Public Action Report this week. As a reminder, this is our weekly search for line movement that doesn't follow regular expectations. We look for games in which at least 70 percent of the bets placed on a game have been placed on one team.
Read more about Public Action Report.

Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub.

Football Betting: Early Week Line Movements
by Robert Ferringo - 10/6/2009

According to legend, early in the week is the time when professional bettors make some of their moves - the other most important time is just prior to kickoff - and they tear apart the ripe lines from the Las Vegas Sports Consultants. For the last two years I have tracked the opening steam movements of lines in both college football and the NFL. The idea was to see if the "sharp" money was really that, or if the idea of trailing these severe early line movements was merely a myth. Well, I'm glad to say that we are back at it this season and ready to build on last year's research.
Read more about Early Week Line Movements.

New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez.

This Week in Betting, A-Z
by Trevor Whenham - 10/5/2009

It was a September frustratingly devoid of drama in baseball, but the AL Central has come through in the end. The Twins have surged, the Tigers have faltered, and that brings us to where we are now - tied and awaiting a one-game playoff for the playoff berth. The game was supposed to be played Monday night in Minnesota, but Monday Night Football in the Metrodome has bumped the game to Tuesday afternoon.
Read more about This Week in Betting.

LSU Mississippi State

Doc's Friday Public Action Report
by Trevor Whenham - 9/25/2009

This week we have a total of eleven games - eight in college and three in the NFL. That's an abnormally high number of games for the second week in a row. Hopefully the quality matches the quantity again. As a quick reminder, the games we are looking at are ones where the public has bet significantly on one side yet the line moves the other way.
Read more about Doc's Friday Public Action Report .

Running back Frank Gore of the San Francisco 49ers.

This Week in Betting, A-Z
by Trevor Whenham - 9/21/2009

Apparently it isn't quite yet time to give up on last season's Super Bowl losers. The Cardinals had a rough start to he season in Week 1, but they bounced back with a nice road win in the second week thanks to a near flawless performance by Kurt Warner. Warner completed 24 of 26 passes for two TDs and a gaudy 131.2 QB rating as his team won in Jacksonville, 31-17.
Read more about This Week in Betting.

Boise State quarterback Kellen Moore.

Doc's Friday Public Action Report
by Trevor Whenham - 9/18/2009

Time for another edition of the Public Action Report, where we look for line movements that don't make sense. Things have been slow to get going so far with the report, but that's the same every year. The more football that is played, the better the current information that books and smart money bettors have, and the more meaningful line moves that go against the public are.
Read more about Public Action Report.

New England Patriots Fans.

First Big Football Weekend in Vegas
by Vegas Sports Informer - 9/18/2009

Both the NFL and college football were on the TVs in all Las Vegas sports books last weekend. The books had mixed results last weekend, Saturday they killed the customers, Sunday they got killed and Monday they cleaned up again. It was exciting too see the books active and busy because, don’t forget, we are still in a recession and Vegas has been hit hard.
Read more about Las Vegas Sports Books.

New England Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady.

NFL Handicapping: Steam Pick of the Week
by Josh Nagel - 9/17/2009

Steam moves in sports betting happen when large amounts of money come in on one side of a game, moving the line for that game collectively at sports books around the world. With this new weekly feature we will examine a game where a steam move took place and then give reasons to fade, or go against, the steam move.
Read more about NFL Steam Moves and Game Prediction.

Minnesota Vikings Running Back Adrian Peterson.

Free NFL Props Predictions - Week 2
by Jay Horne - 9/17/2009

The opening week of the new NFL season is in the books. After exciting finishes and surprising outcomes may have dampened some of your first week football picks, we turn focus to some of the side action to considering heading into Week 2. While many of the teams may be upside down from last year, many of the same players are continuing old habits.
Read more about Free NFL Props Predictions.

North Carolina quarterback T.J. Yates.

Football Betting: Early Week Line Movements
by Robert Ferringo - 9/15/2009

According to legend, early in the week is the time when professional bettors make some of their moves – the other most important time is just prior to kickoff – and they tear apart the ripe lines from the Las Vegas Sports Consultants. For the last two years I have tracked the opening steam movements of lines in both college football and the NFL. The idea was to see if the “sharp” money was really that, or if the idea of trailing these severe early line movements was merely a myth.
Read more about Early Week Line Movements.

Philadelphia Eagle quarterback Donovan McNabb.

This Week in Betting, A-Z
by Trevor Whenham - 9/14/2009

It was a long way from pretty, but in the end a win is a win, and that's what Josh McDaniels really needed. After falling down 7-6 in the last minute of a snoozefest at Cincinnati, Brandon Stokely won it with a bizarre and unlikely touchdown. A deflected pass essentially landed in his arms, and when he looked at the endzone there was absolutely nothing in his way for 87 yards.
Read more about This Week in Betting.

Max Hall, quarterback for BYU.

Doc's Friday Public Action Report
by Trevor Whenham - 9/11/2009

It's time for the second installment of the Public Action Report for this football season. Because it's early, I'll give a quick refresher. I am looking for games where the large majority of betting action is on one team yet the line is not moving like you would expect it would in that case.
Read more about Public Action Report.

Stanford Cardinal quarterback Andrew Luck.

Football Betting: Early Week Line Movements
by Robert Ferringo - 9/9/2009

According to legend, early in the week is the time when professional bettors make some of their moves – the other most important time is just prior to kickoff – and they tear apart the ripe lines from the Las Vegas Sports Consultants. For the last two years I have tracked the opening steam movements of lines in both college football and the NFL. The idea was to see if the “sharp” money was really that, or if the idea of trailing these severe early line movements was merely a myth.
Read more about Early Week Line Movements.

USC running back Joe McKnight.

This Week in Betting, A-Z
by Trevor Whenham - 9/7/2009

The Tide need to work on kickoff coverage and improving their discipline, but their defense is just as good as advertised. They essentially shut down the Virginia Tech offense all night - especially through the air. As impressively, the Tide looked very good on offense as well. They were breaking in a new QB, but that didn't slow them down on their way to a win that was more dominating than the 10-point margin would indicate.
Read more about This Week in Betting, A-Z.

Quarterback Max Hall (15) of BYU.

Doc's Friday Public Action Report
by Trevor Whenham - 9/4/2009

Welcome back to the beginning of the third season of the Public Action Report. Each week I basically am on the lookout for one thing with this report - strange line movement in college football and the NFL. When the action on one team is lopsided then you would generally expect the line for that team to move upwards.
Read more about Public Action Report.

Buffalo Bulls Wide Receiver Naaman Roosevelt.

Football Betting: Early Week Line Movements
by Robert Ferringo - 9/2/2009

Early in the week is the time when professional bettors make some of their moves – the other most important time is just prior to kickoff – and they tear apart the ripe lines from the Las Vegas Sports Consultants. For the last two years I have tracked the opening steam movements of lines in both college football and the NFL.
Read more about Early Week Line Movements.

Kansas City Chiefs Quarterback Matt Cassel.

This Week in Betting, A-Z
by Trevor Whenham - 8/31/2009

It's about freaking time. Smith has taken a step to finally start to salvage the reputation he has ruined time and again since bowl season last year at Alabama - he has finally agreed to terms on a contract and will be joining the Bengals. The move comes far too late for him to make the starting lineup at right guard, and if history is any indicator this holdup could set back his career for a long time.
Read more about This Week in Betting.

Florida quarterback Tim Tebow.

This Week in Betting, A-Z
by Trevor Whenham - 8/24/2009

The NFL has another criminal. By now the league has so many of them that it's impossible to keep track. Second year Buccaneer Talib, a cornerback out of Kansas, faces pretty typical charges for an NFLer - simple battery and resisting arrest. He apparently didn't want to pay a $50 cab fare, so he decided to hit the cabbie a few times.
Read more about The Week in Betting, A to Z.

PGA Tour player and 2009 PGA Championship winner Y.E. Yang.

This Week in Betting, A-Z
by Trevor Whenham - 8/17/2009

Roy Jones Jr. has seriously tarnished his reputation with some bad losses the last couple of years, but on Saturday night the 40 year old looked like he was back on top of his game. He totally dominated former champ Jeff Lacy to retain his NABO light heavyweight title and move to 54-5 with a 10th round TKO.
Read more about This Week in Betting.

Kentucky Derby Winner Mine That Bird.

This Week in Betting, A-Z
by Trevor Whenham - 8/3/2009

As unlikely it seems, Pirates' fans actually had something worth watching this weekend. Rookie Andrew McCutchen became just the 10th player in the 122-year history of the team to hit three home runs in a game. He was an unlikely hero, but then that's all Pittsburgh has these days. The 22 year old only made his major league debut at the start of June, and the three home runs doubled his career total.
Read more about The Week in Betting, A to Z.

Ted Lilly's of the Chicago Cubs.

This Week in Betting, A-Z
by Trevor Whenham - 7/27/2009

Another major competitor to the UFC bites the dust, and this time it was a former UFC champion who brought it down. Josh Barnett was scheduled to fight Fedor Emelianenko at the next Affliction event on Aug. 1, but he tested positive for steroids this week. That's the same thing that caused him to be kicked out of the UFC and stripped of his title.
Read more about The Week in Betting, A to Z.

Blake Griffin is expected to be the No. 1 overall pick for the 2009 NBA Draft.

This Week in Betting, A-Z
by Trevor Whenham - 7/20/2009

George Orwell wasn't a fan of Big Brother, so he likely wouldn't be a big MLS fan. Houston forward Brian Ching was watching his team play on TV because he was playing for the U.S. team in the Gold Cup later on the same night. He was unhappy with a the refereeing, so he said so on Twitter.
Read more about This Week in Betting

This Week in Betting, A to Z
by Trevor Whenham - 07/13/2009

Each week Doc's Sports will take a look at the sports betting world in an A-Z format.
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Jockey Calvin Borel.

This Week in Betting, A-Z
by Trevor Whenham - 07/06/2009

Borel was fired as the jockey of Derby winner Mine That Bird after he wouldn't commit to riding the horse in his next race, the West Virginia Derby. He had an easy choice - the Kentucky Derby champ or a second-rate stakes horse in a race with a smaller purse - but he tried to leave the champ's connections hanging again.
Read more about A to Z

Manny Ramirez of the LA Dodgers.

This Week in Betting, A-Z
by Trevor Whenham - 06/29/2009

Manny Ramirez returned to action in the minors this week in preparation for his return to the pros next week, and as you would expect from him it was a bit of a circus. His first stop was in Albuquerque, where he was hitless in two Triple-A games while generally ignoring the media. A change was in order, so he headed to California to play A-ball.
Read more about The Week in Betting, A to Z

Manny Ramirez of the LA Dodgers.

This Week in Betting, A-Z
by Trevor Whenham - 06/22/2009

The circus is coming to New Mexico on Tuesday. That's when Manny Ramirez is scheduled to report to the Albuquerque Isotopes for a conditioning stint in Triple A before he is eligible to return to the Dodgers on July 3. It's hard to believe that it has been almost 50 games already since Manny disgraced himself and his sport. I can only imagine what the media coverage will be like surrounding his return.
Read more about The Week in Betting, A to Z

Los Angeles Lakers

HEADLINE
by Trevor Whenham - 6/16/09

L - Lakers. L.A. ended an NBA Finals that should have been far more interesting than it was in five games on Friday. It was an impressive performance by Phil Jackson's disciples, and hopefully it will be enough to end all the mind-numbing talk about Kobe's legacy and his ability to win without Shaq.
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Phillies Picther Cole Hamels.

This Week in Betting, A-Z
by Trevor Whenham - 06/08/2009

Each week Doc's Sports will take a look at the sports betting world in an A-Z format.
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Anquan Boldin signed a new agent this week.

This Week in Betting, A-Z
by Trevor Whenham - 06/01/2009

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Chauncey Billups has been the lightning rod that had helped Denver out to a big lead in their Round 1 series against New Orleans.

This Week in Betting, A to Z
by Trevor Whenham - 05/18/2009

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Will Brett Favre come out of retierment again?

This Week in Betting, A to Z
by Trevor Whenham - 05/04/2009

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