The Morning Betting Line

The Morning Betting Line

Veteran host/handicapper Joe Raineri follows the data providing a review of yesterday’s action with a look ahead at upcoming contests, highlighting game lines, totals, odds and player props to hone in on. As seen live on SportsGrid Network popular OTT video platforms, weekdays from 6am – 7am EST. Heard live on the FNTSY Sports Radio Network, weekdays from 6am – 7am EST.

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January 30, 2020 58 min
Joe Raineri opens the program looking at Victor Oladipo returning to the Pacers, showing how dangerous that team can be with their perennial MVP. Joe talks about Roger Goodell addressing the media at Super Bowl 54, and talking about what he plans to do with Myles Garrett and Antonio Brown. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
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Joe Raineri opens the program looking at how Miami is being overrun by 49ers and Chiefs fans, as well as the media. Joe goes over some of the top games in the NBA, including the Hornets snapping na 8-game losing streak. Joe explains why you should not go crazy betting props on the Super Bowl. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
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Joe Raineri opens the program talking about the Lakers-Clippers game being postponed to respect Kobe Bryant, and Joe questions how the Lakers will honor and remember their legend. Joe talks about LeBron James finally giving his statement on Kobe, and how he wants to remember his friend. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
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January 27, 2020 57 min
Joe Raineri opens the program remembering the life of Kobe Bryant, who along with his 13 year-old daughter, died in a helicopter crash. Joe talks about the NBA games that went on, honoring Kobe in one way or another, and how favorites ended up winning the wager category last night. Joe talks about how police took a shot at the media, specifically TMZ, about reporting the deaths of people on the helicopter with Kobe. Learn more abo...
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Joe Raineri opens the program believing the day after the Super Bowl should be a day off for the sports world. Joe looks at the starting lineups for the NBA All-Star game, and explains why Pascal Siakam got the starting nod over Jimmy Butler. Joe looks at the latest prop bets for the Super Bowl. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
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Joe Raineri opens the program looking at the debut of Zion Williamson, who exploded for a big 4th quarter against the Spurs. Joe talks about the retirement of Eli Manning, and makes his Hall of Fame case. Joe goes on to talk about more issues surrounding Antonio Brown, as a warrant is out for his arrest. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
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Joe Raineri opens the program looking at how the Writers Association is a joke, citing how it took 10 tries for Larry Walker to get inducted into the Hall of Fame, and how one salty writer would not vote for Derek Jeter, which would give him unanimous induction. Joe explains how next year could finally be the year that Roger Clemens and Barry Bonds get voted into Cooperstown. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartp...
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Joe Raineri opens the program looking at how the wagers are coming in fast for the Super Bowl. Joe talks about how Kemba Walker finally got the best of LeBron James, after going 0-28 in his career against the superstar. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
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Joe Raineri opens the program looking at how Travis Kelce and the Chiefs fought for their right to party all the way to Miami. In the NFC game, Joe calls the Packers the biggest fraud in the playoffs. Joe says this year’s Super Bowl could be the highest wagered game due to the prop market. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
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Joe Raineri opens the program looking at how the cities of Boston and Houston have been rocked by sporting scandals, with Texans coach Bill O’Brien thanking the sports Gods for bringing the cheating scandal. Joe explains how the Mets are in a bad situation, as Carlos Beltran could be named in this cheating scandal, and would have to fire another manager, and pay him. Joe looks at the futures market in MLB. Learn more about your ad...
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Joe Raineri opens the program looking at the Red Sox firing Alex Cora, and how the Astros cheating scandal will trickle down to the Red Sox and Carlos Beltran. Joe makes the argument that if Pete Rose can be banned from baseball for gambling on his team, then the Astros players should get banned for their complacent nature in the cheating scandal. Joe explains how it’s been a bad week for Boston fans, between the cheating scandals,...
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Joe Raineri opens the program looking at how the LSU Tigers may have capped off the greatest college football season ever with a National Championship win over Clemson. Joe says that the cheating scandal surrounding the Astros is not as big of a deal around players as it is to the public. Joe’s main question with the Astros cheating issues, is what happens to the mastermind of the whole situation in Red Sox manager Alex Cora. Lear...
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Joe Raineri opens the program looking at how the Sportsbooks made the most money on the Divisional playoff games. Joe found it interesting that the Chiefs, coming back from down 21-0, scored so much, that Arrowhead Stadium ran out of fireworks. Joe looks at the early lines for the AFC and NFC Championship games. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
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Joe Raineri opens the program saying that Joe Judge’s fiery press conference is a breath of fresh air from what Giants fans have had to deal with the last few years. Joe looks at the Divisional round wagers, and talks about home field advantage has decreased in importance over the years. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
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Joe Raineri opens the program saying the Matt Rhule’s press conference proves he is ready to handle the NFL media. Joe talks about how the Cavs and Spurs have been on a betting roll, and how the Celtics saw that last night. Joe also talks about how UNC is not good this year. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
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Joe Raineri opens the program breaking down the NFL coaching carousel chaos, and how the Browns, unsurprisingly, are the last team that need to find a new coach. Joe talks about how Jim Schwartz has the track record to bring the Browns back to life, like he did with the Lions. Joe explains why the 2 week layoff will make the CFB National Championship game one of the most bet-on games ever. Learn more about your ad-choices at https...
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Joe Raineri opens the program explaining how there was almost an even split among favorites and underdogs this Bowl season. Joe talks about the impact of the controversy surrounding a reality star using her husband’s DFS lineup to win $1 million dollars. Joe goes on to talk about the Cowboys signing Mike McCarthy as their next head coach. Joe teaches everyone how to bet on the divisional round games, and how to make the most of a 4...
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Joe Raineri opens the show talking about how the Vikings have the Saints number, and how we need to start giving Kirk Cousins some credit. Joe tells everyone that since 2005, the unders have been the best bet in Wild Card games. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
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Joe Raineri opens the show talking about the CFB Chmaipnship game and talks about the recent news of the Cowboys parting ways with Jason Garrett. Joe gives his advice on how to start our 2020 off with profits.  Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
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First 30 minutes of "The Morning Line" : Joe Raineri opens the show in shock its already 2020 and so many sport events are around the corner. Joe recaps yesterday's bowl games and gets you ready for today's slate of games.  Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
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