Covers Sports Betting Analysts
The Covers editorial team has close to 100 combined years of experience in the sports betting space, which means a lot of big wins and bad beats along the way.
Our writers and analysts are some of the sharpest and well-connected personalities in the gaming industry, but they’re bettors first and foremost. That gives our content an unrivaled level of authenticity and insightfulness. We’re sports bettors helping sports bettors.Read more about the Covers Story
First joining the Covers Team as a shift-working content editor right before Super Bowl XXXIX in 2005, Jason Logan (or JLo as he's affectionately known around the office) has earned his place as one of the most insightful and entertaining personalities in sports betting. His NFL Underdogs column is a staple of football bettors and he's been bringing sports betting joy to the masses with his weekly TV segments, podcasts, and unique views on the daily betting odds.
Andrew has been helping you handicap MLB and college football odds since joining the Covers Team in 2013. He’s always looking for the best betting angles on the baseball diamond – like banging the DeGrom Gong – and delivers his three favorite NCAA football picks each week in his Triple Option column. He’s also a co-host of Covers’ Prop Shop podcast, serving up delicious prop picks for hungry NFL bettors.
Whether it's Oscar odds, political futures, or fringe sports like the CFL, rugby, and cricket, you'll find Rohit. He's not only helping you find the best bets for the most popular sports but opening bettors up to new and exciting markets with his unique insight, analysis, and helpful how-to content. Rohit is also a part of Covers' Prop Shop podcast crew, picking the best player and team props each week of the NFL season.
From NBA props to horse racing and even eSports odds, Monique has been providing the Covers audience with her best bets and analysis since 2013. A race commentator at Woodbine Mohawk Park in Toronto, Monique doesn't just limit herself to the ponies and is always eager to break down her favorite plays for the day's biggest games.
If there's value hiding in a prop market or derivative line, Josh is going to find it. He's a specialist at looking beyond the betting basics like spreads and totals and breaking down those secondary odds offerings, covering the NFL and NHL for Covers with insightful articles and always-entertaining video clips. And he's been known to dabble in early-morning international soccer odds from time to time (if the coffee is on).
"Mookie" is a Covers veteran who joined the team way back in 2003. He's worn almost every hat in the company over the years (Marketing, Product, Operations, etc.) but he's really found a home as a key member of the Editorial team. He does some occasional writing, but spends most of his time doling out assignments and keeping the team focused.
Before Jared Hochman joined the Covers team in 2020 as a Publishing Editor, he worked as a freelance sports writer but has now truly honed in on the world of sports betting. "Hoch" focuses on the NHL, MLB, NFL, and NBA but won't hesitate to sprinkle a shekel or two on soccer, WNBA, golf and tennis.
AJ is a relative rookie, joining the Covers Team in 2020 as a publishing editor. A lifelong hoops-head and avid poker player, AJ had the right mix of hardwood intel and gambling acumen, and it wasn't long before he also became a fixture in Covers' rotation of NBA writers.
Chris Toman started with Covers as a publishing editor in January 2021 and provides betting coverage on MLB, the NBA, and NHL. Prior to joining Covers, he was the sports editor at VICE Canada, and also worked at theScore and covered the Blue Jays for MLB.com.
Alistair has been working as a publishing editor on the Covers content team since January 2021. In addition to his work as an editor, he helps cover the NFL, the NBA, Formula 1, and soccer. Prior to joining Covers, he worked as a freelance writer covering the NFL.
Geoff joined Covers as a sports betting journalist in May 2021 amid the legalization boom. Prior to that, he spent time writing about business and politics at the Financial Post and QP Briefing.