About Jeremy Jones

Jeremy Jones was born and raised in Lexington, Kentucky. He previously graduated from Eastern Kentucky University with a Master's in Sports Management. He's a fan of the Indianapolis Colts, Boston Celtics, Arsenal FC, and all things University of Kentucky. He loves to play fantasy football and all things that involve gambling.

The best Patrick Mahomes props bets for Super Bowl LIV

One of the reasons why the Super Bowl is the biggest betting event of the year in the U.S. is the plethora of prop bets available. The sheer number of options can be a little dizzying, especially for new bettors. There are so many potential bets to wager on that we find it helps to focus on just one scenario or one player to make some real money. Today we'll examine four props revolving around Kansas City Chiefs Patrick Mahomes. 

The one Super Bowl betting prop you can’t afford to miss

Prop bets are always fun, but they're especially exciting when they involve the Super Bowl. You have your usual ones like who will win the MVP, what color Gatorade will be dumped on the winning coach, and how long the national anthem will be. However, our favorite is the First/Last/Anytime touchdown prop.

Can Joe Burrow turn the Bengals into a playoff contender?

It is pretty much a done deal that the Cincinnati Bengals will call Joe Burrow's name with their No. 1 pick during the NFL Draft on April 23. But will he be able to turn the franchise around? One of the most important factors on any playoff team is a playmaker at quarterback. The Bengals hope Burrow will be just that.

Joe Burrow favored to be 1st overall pick in 2020 NFL Draft

Now that the college football season is officially over, we can turn our attention to 2020 NFL Draft odds. To no one's surprise, Joe Burrow is a giant favorite at -3000 to be the first name called on April 23 in Las Vegas. The LSU quarterback just put up some of the greatest numbers in a college football season, leading his team to a national championship.

3 CFP National Championship props you can’t afford to miss

This College Football Playoff National Championship is tonight, but we're not here to talk about who will win, who will cover, or even how many points will be scored. This is all about the props! We've identified three of the tastiest prop bets, along with some betting advice.

3 reasons why LSU will crush Clemson in the CFP Championship

The CFP National Championship on Monday night in New Orleans is expected to be a thrilling game. There are hundreds of breakdowns and predictions online to back up that point. We're going to skip the hype and instead will give you three reasons why LSU is going to dominate Clemson. After reading this article, go ahead and jump all over LSU to cover the spread.

CFP National Championship X-factors

Next Monday in New Orleans, Clemson and LSU will face off for the College Football Playoff National Championship. With 16 days separating the semifinals and the championship game, there are plenty of breakdowns of the matchup out there from hundreds of so-called experts. However, we are going to break this game down a little differently. We have three X-factors that will help you look at this matchup from a different perspective.

Kansas City Chiefs now have second-best odds to win Super Bowl

The Chiefs moved from +600 odds to +375 to win the Super Bowl, but are they worth betting at that price?

Giannis now odds-on favorite to win second straight NBA MVP award

Milwaukee Bucks forward Giannis Antetokounmpo was a +175 favorite to win his second straight NBA MVP Award at the beginning of December. In just four weeks, he has risen to a -175 favorite, well ahead of four-time winner LeBron James at +400. The Greek Freak's ultra short odds aren't surprising considering he is averaging 30.5 points, 12.9 rebounds and 5.7 assists per game and has led Milwaukee to an NBA best 29-5 record.

49ers’ Super Bowl odds slip, but can they still win it all?

The San Francisco 49ers took a shocking defeat at home to the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday. The Niners' Super Bowl odds took a hit, with a move from +450 to +700, but let's not overreact to this upset.