October means Octoberfest, Halloween and the MLB playoffs. Oddsmakers have updated the 2018 World Series odds with the Red Sox (+295) and Astros (+325) as the current favorites. Now let’s take a closer look at the rest of the World Series odds and the top picks.
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There is a bevy of entertaining football games in the last week of September. I have selected the MUST WATCH college and pro football games to watch. Click here to view live football odds.
2018 NFL season through 3 weeks has been the craziest in recent memory. The Patriots lost to the Lions. Patrick Mahomes is lighting up defenses. But the biggest surprise is the Bills winning as 17-point underdogs on the road in Minnesota. Now let’s take a look at Week 4’s NFL betting odds, spreads, and game totals.
A full month of college football is in the history books. There have been amazing plays, upsets and big finishes and Week 5 should be no different. Here are the opening betting spreads for all the big college football week 5 schedule.
There are dozens of nationally televised football games and hundreds of betting markets this weekend. Which games provide the maximum entertainment value for spectators, fans, friendly bettors, and sharps alike? Keep reading to find out.
What an odd few days of football. The Patriots are 1-1 and no longer favored to win the Super Bowl even after trading for troubled star Josh Gordon. The Dolphins are 2-0. The Steelers and Browns are winless. So are the Texans and the Jon Gruden Raiders. With all that, this next week of NFL action is going to be a barn burner. Now let’s take a closer look at the NFL Week 3 betting odds.
NFL Week 3 action includes the battle of Los Angeles when the Chargers play the Rams at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. Kick-off is scheduled for Sunday, Sept 23rd at 4:05 PM ET.
College football Week 4 odds are out. But before we get into that, let’s take a look at how this past week of college football action shook out. Underdogs went 37-27-2 ATS and visitors were 32-29-1.
Football is back and everything is right in the world. But if you want more action this weekend, then look no further than WWE Hell in a Cell. The event is starts at 7 pm ET this Saturday and will run 4 to 5 hours.