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The sharpest bettors in the world often leverage advanced betting models to pinpoint the biggest available edges.

These models crunch millions of data points to create projected lines (also referred to as “true lines”) that can be compared to available odds in the market to find bets offering value.

For example, consider an NFL matchup between the Packers and Bears with Green Bay as a 3-point favorite.

If a winning NFL model projects this true line to be Packers -5, then there is value jumping on Packers -3 as that spread is undervalued compared to the projection.

On the other hand, if a historically-profitable model determines that the game should be a pick’em, then the Bears become a very good value at +3.

While finding profitable edges is easy with an advanced model, creating that model is extremely difficult.

That’s where our new PRO Projections feature comes in, which you can try for FREE today! Check it out both on the web and in the latest version of The Action Network app (4.0.5).

Our experts have created betting models for all of the major sports, the results of which are available for PRO subscribers on our website and (soon) in our app:

The best part of all? Our new PRO Projections hub houses each of the models while also instantly calculating and grading the biggest and most actionable numbers. These real-time edges are constantly updated as well, meaning bettors will always know where our models stand even as odds continue to move across the betting market.

Wondering if a team attracting plenty of sharp action is still worth betting after a line move? Check our PRO Projections to see if the value has disappeared.

Curious as to whether the market has under or overvalued a key injury? Our Projections have the answer.

If you’re not already a PRO member, start your free trial today to check out our Projections!

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