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The college football season enters week 7 and is just about at the halfway point for the season. The season is changing with every week as the rankings are turned upside down on a regular basis. The reason for that …
The last two teams of the week to kick it off on Monday Night Football betting action this week are the New York Jets and the Houston Texans. Check out some of the NFL prop bets that are available at BetDSI, as we analyze the betting lines and see which sides to play.
Mark Sanchez Passing Touchdowns Under 1.5 (-180): Doesn’t it just feel like Sanchez is going to have a hard time stringing two completed passes together, let alone two completed touchdown passes?
Week 5 of the 2012 NFL betting campaign is about set to kick off on Thursday night, as all 32 teams continue their conquest to lift the Lombardi Trophy. Today, we take a look at our Top 10 Betting Tips, as we point out some of the most important people, teams, and trends that you’ll be hearing all about as the season continues.
We haven’t seen any head coach pull the plug on his starting quarterback due to performance yet this year, but the time could be coming to see just that. The Kansas City Chiefs are really getting tired of QB Matt Cassel, who has just five touchdowns against seven INTs this year.
BetAnySports.com is back with another great set of NFL betting props for the NFL Network’s Thursday Night Football. Join us for the St. Louis Rams vs. Arizona Cardinals prop picks for this NFC West duel at the Edward Jones Dome.
Greg Zuerlein Under 8.5 Points (-140): Zuerlein isn’t going to continue booting three field goals per game on average over the course of the year, and considering the fact that the Rams have a total of just five touchdowns on the whole campaign, it isn’t likely that he is going to be kicking two field goals and three extra points as well.
NFC West rivals that are hoping to get into the playoffs this year are going to battle it out in a crucial tilt at the Edward Jones Dome for Thursday Night Football betting action this week, as the St. Louis Rams face the Arizona Cardinals.
Arizona’s defense had its first atrocious game last week, as the yardage just kept piling up against the Miami Dolphins. QB Ryan Tannehill, a rookie playing in just his fourth ever game, threw for over 400 yards, and the secondary just had no answers whatsoever.
The college football season is in full swing and the games are getting better and better. In Week 5 of the college football season one of the best games was easily the scoring fest between the Baylor Bears and the West Virginia Mountaineers. This back-and-forth game featured plenty of scoring as both offenses scored with ease and put up record numbers.
West Virginia won the game and quarterback Geno Smith burst onto the Heisman Trophy scene with is remarkable day. His numbers were awe inspiring and this performance will be hard to duplicate in the future. While the performance was awesome, it is important to not get caught up in the score because in reality defenses win ballgames.
The Big 12 continues to dominate the national rankings with five teams in the latest AP poll. Kansas State leads the way at No.7 with West Virginia a close second at No.8. Texas falls just outside the top 10 at No.11 followed by TCU at No.15 and Oklahoma at No.17. Baylor was briefly ranked No.25 but was knocked out of the rankings after a wild loss to the Mountaineers last week. The following is a look at a couple of the top matchups this week in the Big 12 along with the opening spreads as provided by WagerWeb.
Conference play is in full swing in the SEC with a couple of huge showdowns on this upcoming Saturday’s slate. There are still six teams in the conference ranked in the AP Top 25 starting with 5-0 Alabama. LSU fell another notch to No.4 while Georgia held steady at No.5 and South Carolina remained ranked No.6. Florida moved into the top 10 at No.10 and the final SEC team in the poll is Mississippi State at No.20. The following is a look at a couple of the top matchups for Week 6 in the SEC along with betting lines as provided by Bookmaker.
When the College Football Week 6 Odds were released all eyes were on the SEC.
The SEC is arguably the best football conference in college football and often gets plenty of media attention, but this week they deserve it. With some of the top teams facing off in Week 6, many of the football betting fans rushed to the sportsbooks on Sunday to see what they opening lines were on these two quality matchups for Week 6.
Two of the most hated rivals in football betting action will meet on Sunday afternoon at Mile High, where the Denver Broncos will face off with the Oakland Raiders.
Oakland has had all sorts of success in this series over the course of the last few years, and all of it really spurns around the offense. Even though this is a team that has historically struggled quite a bit on the offensive side of the ball, and the Raiders have been through a ton of quarterbacks, they just keep scoring big time points against the Broncos.