Looking for NFL consensus data on how Vegas is betting each game or NCAA football power rankings to help with your handicapping? It’s all here. And coming soon are line move histories, halftime odds and more tutorials on how to read – and beat – the NFL point spread . In addition to more sports betting odds, there will be faster, live odds from more sportsbooks (along with more in-depth reviews of the best online sportsbooks), charts detailing how NFL Over Unders have moved during the week, and improved sports database functionality for all sports (including MMA and tennis).
A good sportsbook will offer more than just a vanilla line. The top sportsbooks preferred by players include exotic wagers, super teasers, dedicated in-play wagers, or proposition bets. They also provide their betting odds feeds on SBROdds, meaning bettors can compare different sportsbooks.
Software and mobile betting platforms
More than half of sports bets are placed using mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. SBR's top rated sportsbooks reflect this, making their websites responsive and available no matter what type of device the bettor is using.
Customer service is important regardless of industry. To ensure that the online sports betting sites on the rating guide are the best, SBR is constantly monitoring forums and performing customer feedback surveys. Key customer service factors include the time it takes the site to respond to random questions from users, as well as whether the site offers phone support for either wagering or community service, and whether the site provides help over live chat, which most players reportedly prefer.
How to Choose the Right Sportsbook
If you would like to learn more about any of the betting sites listed in the rating guide, click on the sportsbook’s name in the “Profile” column. The profile page for each sportsbook will provide you with everything you need to know about that sportsbook including a news feed of the book's payment and company history.
The Supreme Court’s decision to take up the question of PASPA’s constitutionality is a welcome sign. Letting the 3rd Circuit’s decision stand would risk Congress using a similar approach to undermine federalism and political accountability in other policy areas. By deciding the constitutional question now, the Supreme Court can set the necessary limits on commandeering while only PASPA is at stake. It would be harder for the court to take this step if PASPA’s approach, currently confined to a failed statutory regime, spread to other, more politically sensitive issues.