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2016-18 NFL Best Bets are 161-115-2 (58.3%)  – 106-59-2 on Sides!

2016-18 NFL Strong Opinions are 108-81-4 (57.1%)

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  • Dr. Bob Sports NFL Season

    2016-18 NFL Best Bets are 161-115-2 (58.3%)  – 106-59-2 on Sides!

    2016-18 NFL Strong Opinions are 108-81-4 (57.1%)

    Receive all of my NFL Best Bets and Strong Opinions for the entire season, through the Super Bowl.

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    My NFL 4-week package includes NFL Best Bets and analysis.

    You will receive an email with the analysis of all Best Bets and there will be analysis of all NFL games.

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  • NFL & College Football Season

    Get all of Dr. Bob’s College Football and NFL Best Bets and Strong Opinions for the full season, including Bowl games, the NFL Playoffs, and the Superbowl.

    I am a very profitable 64-42-3 on a Star Basis on my College Football Best Bets this season.

    Dr. Bob Sports NFL Best Bets are 24-14 (63%) this season and 161-115-2 (58.3%), including 106-59-2 on sides, and Strong Opinions are 108-81-4 (57.1%) in three seasons using an advanced NFL play-by-play model.

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  • Dr. Bob Sports NFL Week Pass

    My NFL Best Bets are 24-14 (63%) this season and are now 161-115-2 (58.3%) using the play-by-play model, including 106-56-2 on Sides.

    The NFL Strong Opinions are 108-81-4 (57.1%) with the new model.

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Daily/Weekly Recap

2018 NFL Best Bets: 24-14 (63.2%)

2016-18 NFL Best Bets are 161-115-2 (58.3%)  – 106-59-2 on Sides!

2016-18 NFL Strong Opinions are 108-81-4 (57.1%)

I wrote in one of my Best Bet write-ups this week that the harder a team is to bet in the NFL the better bet they usually are. This week the NFL Best Bets were mostly of a contrary nature, playing on teams that nobody wanted to bet, and all 5 NFL Best Bets were winners.

The week started with a Best Bet win on the Thursday night Over (48.5), as the Packers and Seahawks combined for 51 points. Sunday’s Best Bets were all on losing teams on losing streaks, as I won with Detroit +4.5 (beat Carolina by 1), Denver +7 (beat the Chargers by 1), Oakland +5 (beat the Cardinals by 2) and Jacksonville +6 at -115 (lost by just 4 on a last minute TD by Pittsburgh). The only NFL Strong Opinion, on Baltimore -6.5, beat Cincy by only 3 points.

I hope those of you that emailed me with concerns about betting bad teams stuck with the program and had enough faith to make the plays.

The NFL Best Bets are 24-14 for +5.1 Stars (after starting 0-2 in week 1) while the Strong Opinions are 16-10 for the season.

The results since 2016, when I started using play-by-play data and advanced metrics, has been good on both Best Bets and Opinions.

2016-18 NFL Best Bets are 161-115-2 (58.3%)  – 106-59-2 on sides, 52-51 on totals, 1-2 1st-half totals, 0-1 team totals, 2-1 teasers, 0-1 season win totals.

2016-18 NFL Strong Opinions are 108-81-4 (57.3%) – 50-50-3 sides, 48-30-1 totals, 3-0 1st-half totals, 7-1 Super Bowl prop bets.

Closing Line Value

If you are among those that purchase plays by the week you’d be much better off subscribing to a 4-week or season package, as we are getting a lot of line value releasing Best Bets to subscribers early in the week. Thus far, the average closing line value on our 36 Best Bets (not including the 2 teasers) is +2.6%, meaning that playing our games at the release line makes you 2.6% more likely to win each play, on average, than playing them on the closing line, which is also a good indicator of our model.

College Best Bets 43-30-2 and 64-42-3 on a Star Basis

FYI, those of you that don’t subscribe to my College service have missed out on a very good last month and I’m now 43030-2 on College Best Bets for the season (64-42-3 on a Star Basis), including 40-19-1 on a Star Basis the last 6 weeks (2-0 on 3-Stars, 11-5 on 2-Stars and 12-9-1 on 1-Stars).