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Manage Profile Log Out close. I'm probably over-selling it--the past 2 years it was either marginally positive or a loss mind you this is based on closing lines so the actual accuracy might be a bit higher If they are good enough to provide the daily lines to Yahoo! Models and Statistics Monthly. OddsShark Top Picks Services

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The betting trends in the Saints-Browns matchup suggest another high-scoring affair in New Orleans. The Brewers have won 11 of their last 14 games, and Milwaukee seems like a legitimate contender to win the World Series, even though the team is priced like a sleeper. Despite the Ravens and Bengals combining for 81 points last week, here's why it's a good bet to anticipate a low-scoring game Thursday night between these two AFC North rivals.

To listen to an audio podcast, mouse over the title and click Play. Open iTunes to download and subscribe to podcasts. All the latest in sports betting news, expert picks and analysis. The OddsShark Podcast has you covered for every major sport, political and entertainment wager on the board. Oddsshark is a great site and this pod is also great. I've listened to just about every betting podcast out there and this is easily my favorite.

Knowledgeable hosts and great picks. These two guys do a great job. In what essence are you using it? If anything, for me it'd be a red flag, but not much more than that. I pay almost no mind to sites like Covers, etc. They all come from limited sample size and have nothing to do with actual dollar amounts being wagered. Don't let "public opinion" be the factor that sways you to either side of the fence. Only time I give it any consideration is if I think it's going to shift the line but there's plenty of scenarios where public will smash one side and the line drops instead of rising.

My biggest bet today gave a great example, a Belgian soccer bet: Right before kickoff the line was as low as I uncork 2K on Brugge and they produce one of the most lopsided wins I've ever been on leading at halftime and at the final whistle. Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Policy.

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