UFC 229, can home dogs ever cover again?

This and more this week on the greatest sports betting podcast of all time ever, Under Review with me, Damon D!

Dave’s BACK!

So where’s the money going this week?

Are Home dogs at 9 – 4 – 0 ATS the real deal?

Buffalo covers as 17 point underdogs to win SU by 21 – is this the biggest spread shift ever?

Week 3!

Browns are Favorites!!! What world do we live in?

Minny is also 17 point faves. 17. Points. In the National Football League.

Finally, Adam Burns, Sportsbook Manager from Betonline.ag rolls through to jam about Prop betting, weird bets and the strange things afoot in the NFL.

Cleveland covering!!?? TB covering 9.5+! Jets covering +6.5 and some.
And Pittsburgh, Le’veon, Tomlin – slow start or the beginning of the end? Remember their last game last season was a certified shellacking at the hands of the Jaguars.
Dave Mason lets us in on where the money is going, and where we need to put ours.

We cover EVERY single Division winning odds and break down Philly vs Atalanta for the seaosn openr.

Dave Mason – Betonline.ag handicapper and analyst –¬† joins us to give us the inside skinny.

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Pittsburgh -175
Baltimore +330
Cincinatti +1000
Cleveland +1000

Like the AFC East, the North has a pair of certified dumpster fires to walk all over in their division.

Cleveland and Cincinnati¬†get to drunkenly¬†stumble their way through 16 games, and we’ll get to see the fun and hijinx of Josh Gordon’s bong-ventures and Marv Lewis’ sad clown routine.

The real interesting part of the AFC North will be what is going to happen in Baltimore, and if Ben can crumble into dust.

I got the skinny, listen in!

New England -600
Miami +1000
NYJ +1600
Buffalo +2000


15 times since 2001.

15 of the last 17 years…

…the New England Patriots have won the AFC East.

They have benefited from the perfect storm of being the greatest team in their sport over the last quarter century, coupled with being in a division alongside the Jets, Dolphins and Bills

They are once again monstrous favorites this season.

They also get an unprecedented season where two of their opponents have an ESPN FPI rating of 31 & 32.

Sure they have don’t¬†have two receivers to rub together, but it doesn’t matter.

Have a listen as I go through each team, the why’s how’s and WTF’s of this division.