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  • NFL Week 15 Who’s Hot and Who’s Not

    A pair of this season’s betting favorites went down in a straight-up defeat last week, while a third contender for the best record in the NFL both SU and against the spread got back on track with a big win at a huge cost. The Minnesota Vikings came into Sunday’s road game against Carolina with […]

  • NFL Week 13 Who’s Hot and Who’s Not

    Looking back at last week’s results in the NFL when it came to betting on the games, the favorites were hot with 12 of the 16 teams giving points covering against the closing spread at BetAnySports. Four teams closed as double-digit favorites with three coming away with lopsided victories that covered these large spreads. The […]

  • BetAnySports Weekend Betting Preview – Nov. 24-26

    The Thanksgiving Holiday ushers in one of the best sports betting weekends of the year. Be sure to check the ever changing board at BetAnySports all weekend long for all the betting lines and odds as the top online sportsbook for US players. The NFL kicks things off with a trio of games on Thursday […]

  • NFL Week 12 Who’s Hot and Who’s Not

    The Philadelphia Eagles continue to set the pace in the NFL this season at 9-1 straight-up. They have quickly become s bettor’s favorite as well at 8-2 against the spread, which is also at the top of the list in the NFL when it comes to cashing in on the games. The Eagles head into […]

  • BetAnySports Weekend Betting Preview – Nov. 17-19

    With just about every major sport on the board at BetAnySports this weekend, there is something for every US sports bettor when it comes placing some timely wagers over three exciting days of non-stop action. College basketball is back on the board and there is a full schedule of games to choose from this weekend […]

  • BetAnySports Weekend Betting Preview – Nov. 10-12

    The excitement for betting on the first college basketball games of the new season this Friday at BetAnySports continues to build with a full slate of action highlighted by a neutral-site matchup in Germany between No. 25 Texas A&M and No. 11 West Virginia. However, this weekend still belongs to college football with four of […]

  • NFL Week 10 Who’s Hot and Who’s Not

    The gap between the hot betting teams in the NFL and the ones draining bettor’s bankrolls at BetAnySports continues to widen. Surprising teams like Philadelphia, New Orleans and the Los Angeles Rams continue to cover with ease, while some perennial contenders such as Denver, Atlanta and Cincinnati continue to sink deeper and deeper in the […]

  • Insubordination in the World

    What is it about the world nowadays that you can’t get any good workers? Is it because they’re all spoiled babies that believe in communism and getting “free $hit” handed to them? Is it because video games and fantasy football and WiFi and social media, and everything that is fake that controls people nowadays? Is […]

  • BetAnySports Weekend Betting Preview – Nov. 3-5

    Coming off one of the most thrilling MLB World Series in recent memory with the Houston Astros winning in seven games, the first weekend in November keeps the betting action going at BetAnySports. The race to the College Football Playoff offers up seven head-to-head matchups between nationally-ranked teams this Saturday that could have a major […]

  • NFL Week 9 Who’s Hot and Who’s Not

    It is hard to believe that the first half of the 2017 NFL regular season is already in the books. There have been a few big surprises along the way in the NFC, but a number of the preseason favorites in the AFC are playing true to form. As far as betting on the games […]

  • BetAnySports Weekend Betting Preview – Oct. 27-29

    Heading into the final sports betting weekend of the month, this year’s Fall Classic moves to the top of the list at BetAnySports with the best-of-seven series between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Houston Astros tied at one game apiece. A big showdown in the Big Ten highlights Saturday’s college football schedule and Sunday’s […]

  • Frankie is on rant again

    By Frankie the Fan It’s been a while since Uncle Frankie has just gone on rant about how the world in going to shit. It seems like every day we have examples from sports, politics and entertainment of how the whole world has lost its moral compass and that the rules that you were taught […]

  • NFL Week 8 Who’s Hot and Who’s Not

    With Monday night’s 10-point victory against Washington as five-point home favorites with BetAnySports, the high-flying Philadelphia Eagles now own the best straight-up record in the NFL at 6-1. They have also covered the closing line in the last four games of this current five-game winning streak to improve to 5-2 against the spread. The total […]

  • BetAnySports Weekend Betting Preview – Oct. 20-22

    MLB postseason betting action highlights the board at BetAnySports this weekend as the final four teams continue to battle things out in the best-of-seven league champion series for a spot in this year’s Fall Classic. Week 8 in college football offers up a big showdown in the Big Ten as well as a renewal of […]

  • TNF | Kansas City Chiefs vs. Oakland Raiders

    By Brad Mullins Who comes into this one the more desperate team? For the Raiders it is desperation time indeed and there are a couple of factors when considering this matchup. Not only is this game a matchup of at least one team desperately needing a win, this one is about pride. These two both […]

  • NFL Week 7 Who’s Hot and Who’s Not

    Kansas City’s 19-13 loss to Pittsburgh on Sunday as a 3.5-point home favorite ended the run of the last unbeaten team in the NFL this season. It was also the first time that the Chiefs failed to cover against the spread at BetAnySports. Even the total stayed UNDER after going OVER in four of their […]

  • Week 6 NFL Ruminations

    By Frankie the Fan Frankie hasn’t done a various ruminations piece since week 1 of the season so let’s get started even though most of Week 6 has been played. The Thursday Night Football game really does shine a new light on the NFC East and the NFC in general. Let’s start with the NFC […]

  • Why the Giants Suck So Bad

    By Frankie the Fan I’ve been watching the Giants play since Fran Tarkenton was throwing passes back in the late 60’s, and this in one of the most disappointing teams I can ever remember. Most of the time the Giants are known for winning Super Bowls (and even getting there in 2000) when they are not […]

  • BetAnySports Weekend Betting Preview – Oct. 13-15

    It is a big weekend of sports betting at BetAnySports with odds posted for baseball, football, basketball and hockey on the big board. The MLB postseason moves to the best-of-seven American and National League Championship Series while the college football season heads toward the mid-point of its schedule with a number of big showdowns in […]

  • NFL Week 6 Who’s Hot and Who’s Not

    To quickly summarize the first five weeks of the 2017 NFL regular season, the 5-0 (both straight-up and against the spread) Kansas City Chiefs are hot and the New York Giants, San Francisco 49ers and Cleveland Browns are not at a combined 0-15 SU and 6-9 ATS. The Chiefs continue to set the pace in […]

  • BetAnySports Weekend Betting Preview – Oct. 6-8

    The first full weekend of sports betting at BetAnySports in the month of October offers something for everyone starting with MLB betting action in the postseason. Baseball does not get any better than this and starting this Thursday night with Game 1 of both best-of-five division series in the American League, the action is nonstop […]

  • NFL Week 5 Who’s Hot and Who’s Not

    The first quarter of the 2017 NFL regular season is in the books and to say that this year’s start has been a bit surprising would be a huge understatement. The only undefeated team left is Kansas City at 4-0 both SU and against the spread and the defending champion New England Patriots have already […]

  • BetAnySports Weekend Betting Preview – Sept. 29 – Oct 1

    September gives way to October this weekend in what promises to be another busy betting board at BetAnySports. College football heads into Week 5 with three head-to-head matchups between nationally ranked teams in the Pac-12, SEC and ACC that could have a major impact on this season’s College Football Playoff. On Friday night in the […]

  • BetAnySports Weekend Betting Preview – Sept. 22-24

    The last full sports betting weekend in the month of September at BetAnySports gets underway early with Game 1 of a huge NL Central four-game showdown between the Chicago Cubs and the Milwaukee Brewers on Thursday night at 8:10 p.m. (ET) in a series that will have a major impact on that division title race. […]

  • BetAnySports Weekend Betting Preview – Sept. 8-10

    With the start of the 2017 NFL regular season in conjunction with Week 2 of the new college football season, it is wall-to-wall betting action on the games at BetAnySports over the next few days. In other key betting action, the push towards the MLB playoffs continues with a number of key series on this […]

  • BetAnySports Weekend Betting Preview – Sept. 1-3

    College football staged a soft opening to the 2017 season with a handful of games last Saturday and starting this Thursday night there is a full blown slate of betting action on the board at BetAnySports over the entire Labor Day weekend. Just about every team in the nation will take to the field in […]

  • BetAnySports Weekend Betting Preview – Aug. 25-27

    Week 3 of the NFL’s four-game preseason schedule usually serves as one final dress rehearsal for the regular season opener with most of the teams playing their starters into the second half. This weekend’s games features a number of nationally broadcast matchups that could serve as a good opportunity for sports bettors at BetAnySports when […]

  • Football is Like Any Other Business

    Have you ever noticed that as you get older you start to realize that right staff is one of the most important things in building any business? Trump is firing all the employees that aren’t right for the business. He is now running the USA and the free world. I was realizing this when I […]

  • BetAnySports Weekend Betting Preview – Aug. 18-20

    By Dave Schwab One of the best division title races in the stretch run of the MLB regular season is in the AL East between two of the most bitter rivals in baseball. Heading into Thursday’s action, the Boston Red Sox held a 4.5-game lead over the New York Yankees in advance of a three-game […]

  • BetAnySports Weekend Betting Preview – Aug. 11-13

    By Dave Schwab It is a big sports betting weekend at BetAnySports starting with huge showdown in the MLB AL East Division race between the Boston Red Sox and the New York Yankees for three games starting this Friday night at Yankee Stadium in a 7:05 p.m. (ET) start on MLB Network. Heading into this […]

  • Nevada Parole Board Falls For O.J.’s Juice

    O.J. plays the good inmate and gets out.   By Rick Bouch It was such big news that ESPN televised his parole hearing. When it was all said and done, the Nevada Parole Board decided to grant parole to its most famous inmate, Orenthal James Simpson. Big mistake. Simpson has a propensity for violence which […]

  • Leadership Skills

    By Frankie the Fan Many times, when Frankie writes his articles he uses experiences from his own life, whether or not in the past or present, and tries to talk about them in the conrtext of the point that he is trying to get across. Today’s topic of conversation is various types of leadership skills […]

  • Making Money with Pay Per Head NFL Draft Futures and Props

    By Dave Schwab Both the NBA and NHL playoffs are in full swing and while they present a great opportunity for independent sports bookmakers to bring in some added daily action, there is still some money to be made on the NFL right now with this month’s draft right around the corner. Sports bettors love […]

  • Is Tony Romo’s Retirement a Done Deal?

    By Kent Whitaker ESPN is reporting that Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is hanging up his cleats and considering offers from networks. ESPN cites NFL league sources for the news. According to the report the quarterback is getting interest from CBS, NBC, and FOX for work in the booth. Regardless on how the broadcast career […]

  • The Vegas Raiders

    By Frankie the Fan I’m sure you’ve heard by now that the Oakland Raiders are moving to Las Vegas. Good for them as their future is very bright and one of the NFL’s most storied franchises deserves to be in the spotlight and I’m sure we will be seeing them in primetime at least 5 […]

  • Why the New England Patriots Can Win Super Bowl LI

    By Charles Jay Well, one thing the Atlanta Falcons will have to overcome in Super Bowl LI is a disadvantage in terms of experience. The New England Patriots‘ combination of head coach Bill Belichick and Tom Brady, the star quarterback who is still setting NFL records, has been to six super Bowls previous to this […]

  • Why the Atlanta Falcons Can Win Super Bowl LI

    By Charles Jay When you take a good look at the Atlanta Falcons, you have seen a team that is among the best offenses the National Football League has ever produced. That’s not even opinion; that is documented with their 33.8-point average over the course of the season. That is the eighth best in NFL […]

  • BetAnySports Weekend Betting Preview

    BetAnySports Weekend Betting Preview – Feb. 3-5 Super Bowl LI between the New England Patriots and the Atlanta Falcons highlights this weekend’s betting board at BetAnySports, but there is plenty of other betting action to choose from leading up to Sunday’s big game at NRG Stadium in Houston. The top matchup in the NBA on […]

  • BetAnySports Weekend Betting Preview – Jan. 27-29

    Sports bettors will have to endure their first weekend without football in almost five months unless you want to bet on Sunday’s NFL Pro Bowl, but there is plenty of other betting action on the board at BetAnySports over the next few days. College basketball moves to the top of the list with a couple […]

  • Silly Super Bowl Props

    By Frankie the Fan Ok so here’s the deal, you are throwing a Super Bowl party with all your buddies, you have all the wings, chips, beer, etc, but there is one problem, some guys are gonna bring along their girlfriends or wives who don’t know a “rat’s ass” about football to spoil the game […]

  • AFC Championship – Looking at the Patriots

    By Charles Jay The New England Patriots usually get off to a pretty good start, and that is something they can certainly use as they face the Pittsburgh Steelers in the AFC championship game. The kickoff is at 6:40 PM ET, and judging by New England’s performance this season, Pittsburgh needs to be very much […]

  • NFC Championship – Looking at the Falcons

    By Charles Jay The Atlanta Falcons have been almost impossible to stop this season. They have scored just under 34 points per game, and moved the ball up and down the field against the Seattle Seahawks last week in winning their Divisional Round matchup, which has led to an appearance in the NFC championship game. […]

  • NFC Championship – Looking at the Packers

    By Charles Jay During their current eight-game winning streak, the Green Bay Packers have turned the ball over only twice. That’s one of the things that really works in their favor as they get ready to challenge for the NFC championship on Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons. This game will begin at 3:05 PM ET […]

  • BetAnySports Weekend Betting Preview – Jan. 20-22

    The highlight of this weekend’s betting action at BetAnySports is Sunday’s conference championship games in this season’s NFL playoffs, but leading up to each of those games is a full board of action all weekend long in a number of different sports. Be sure to check all the posted betting odds at BetAnySports as the […]

  • Steelers Need to Take Care of Ball vs. Chiefs

    By Charles Jay There were ice storms that hit Kansas City early on Sunday, and since this was anticipated, the game time between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Kansas City Chiefs was set back to 8:20 PM Eastern time. These conditions may play a factor in the game, although both squads have to be used to […]

  • Will Cowboys-Packers Be Lone Star Shootout?

    By Charles Jay The Dallas Cowboys shocked a lot of people this season, but the fact of the matter is, they were a consistent football team just about all season long. They scored a victory earlier in the season against the Green Bay Packers, and now they will try to beat them for second time […]

  • Texans Huge Dogs Visiting Pats

    By Charles Jay The Houston Texans won the AFC South division for the second consecutive season, but also kind of backed into it for the second straight season. And they practically got a free pass in their playoff game last week against the Oakland Raiders. But things become more probl;ematic for them as they tackle […]

  • Winners Win and Losers Lose

    By Frankie the Fan It’s like a Geico commercial Winners win and Losers lose, “That’s what they do”. This was so obviously shown in 2 games that were played in the last few of days. Let’s first show how winners perform under pressure and how they act, both in preparation for the game and during […]

  • Falcons Want to Even Score vs. Seahawks

    By Charles Jay The Seattle Seahawks like to think they have gotten back to some of the characteristics that brought them a pair of Super Bowl appearances (one of them a win) as they ran the ball at will against the Detroit Lions last week. Now they will see what they can do by land […]

  • BetAnySports Weekend Betting Preview – Jan. 13-15

    BetAnySports Weekend Betting Preview- Jan. 13-15 While most sports bettors are probably dialed into the four NFL playoffs games in this weekend’s Divisional Round when it comes to betting on the games at BetAnySports, there is quite a bit of action on the board in a number of other sports to help fill in the […]