PODCAST: Sports Betting: Be Cool. Not a Fool

FF-Winners believes that flat betting is the way to go. That is, bet the same amount for each play. Chasing, or increasing bet size based on your last bet (or series of bets), is not recommended.

Over time, you may hear about various systems where you increase your bet size “knowing” that you are due to win sooner or later. In general, these systems don’t work. Eventually, a bad streak occurs and you are betting a recklessly large amount to recoup losses.

In general, many of these approaches might seem to improve short-term performance, but at the huge expense of increasing your risk of ruin. A bad stretch could endanger your bankroll fairly quickly.

Professional money managers, as well as sensible sports investors, will agree that you should minimize the chances of blowing out your investment portfolio. Flat betting will help you ride the ups and downs of sports investing!

Colin Cowherd’s Top 10 NFL Teams for 2020

Colin Cowherd is a smart analyst – but he sometimes missed

the obvious.   His top 10 may seem reasonable – but how

does he explain leaving out these teams:

New England, Minnesota,  Dallas, Los Angeles Rams, Tennessee.

Also, the Buffalo Bills are loaded…

Winners and Losers at the NFL Scouting Combine

2020-21 NFL Computer Predictions and Rankings Draft Player News Podcasts  winners losers combine  A good or bad Combine, as with many things in the NFL can cause swings of thousands or millions of dollars.   

Players should prepare for the Cognitive Ability Test

  CLICK HERE for the Combine Report!


Three Free Agents that Could Scramble the NFL Betting Markets in 2020

NFL  football is definitely a team sport. But one player added to the right team at  just  the right time can have a ripple effect throughout the entire team and organization. 


WATCH: Best 2020 Draft Prospects for Each NFL Team at Combine

and so the hype begins….


PODCAST: How to Bet On the NFL and Win?

 

We disagree with this video’s statement that “everybody knows everything about the NFL!”

A more precise statement would be  “everybody thinks that they know everything about the NFL!”.

We have found that most of the betting public is biased by  the boring and usually redundant NFL views of the national media and only have a weak understanding of how  to use probability and statistics over time.   Our AI has taught itself to bet contrarian to these biases and weaknesses.

 


Are these Big Name NFL Players About to be Cut?


Amazing Tips for Betting on March Madness

Remember: Try to keep all your wagers for the same amount. This is the number one rule of sports betting money management.

PODCAST: What is the Sports Betting Moneyline?

The money line allows you to bet on the winner of the game, ignoring
pointspread. The odds are adjusted to make them approximately equal.


Was Superbowl 54 Fixed or Did 49ers Fall Apart?

Folks.  Coaching Experience Matters!   Last year Belichick beat “young genius”   Sean McVay!

 


WATCH: 01/12/20: Patrick Mahomes Postgame Interview

Congratulations to the Kansas City Chiefs in getting back (somehow) to host the AFC championship game!


PODCAST:Wildcard Round Picks

These folks agree with ff-winners.com AI on all 4 wildcard  ATS game picks.


Colin Cowherd’s Top 10 Power Rankings for Week 16

The FF-Winners top 10 Power Rankings only Agree with 6 of Colin’s Rankings!


3 NFL Teams That Are Difficult to Power Rank This Year

It is nice to hear the mainstream media admit they are confused!


PODCAST: Will Baker Mayfield Return to NFL Stardom?

This video has some interesting discussion on Baker Mayfield’s career trajectory.

Hey? Whatever happened to Josh Rosen?


Colin Cowherd’s NFL Top 10 after Week 13.

The ff-winners.com AI power rankings Top 10 overlaps with (only? ) 7 of Colin’s.


WATCH: The SHOCKING NFL Playoff Picture Going Into Week 14

Will Tom Brady go out like a cry baby?


WATCH: So-called “Experts” Hate on Lamar Jackson

How do the networks even put these guys on TV!


PODCAST: Arizona and Oakland are On the Rise

Astute readers may have noticed that Arizona and Oakland are no longer at the bottom of our AI Power Rankings.  We expect this trend to continue. Here is why: