7 Must Bet Football Games New Year's Week 2019

7 Must Bet Football Games New Year’s Week

The first week of 2019 will feature the most competitive football of the season with New Year’s Day Bowl games and NFL Wild Card tilts. To that end, I have chosen SEVEN games that need to be on your calendar as must bets. All odds are accurate at the time of writing. Click here for live football odds.

7 Must Bet Football Games New Year’s Week

Tuesday, January 1

Fiesta Bowl
#11 LSU -7½ vs. #8 UCF

UCF is back in the New Year’s Six with another undefeated season. This is also the Knights’ second straight Fiesta Bowl. Will LSU end UCF’s 25-game winning streak?

Rose Bowl
#9 Washington vs. #8 Ohio State -6½

Will Washington spoil Urban Meyer’s swan song or will Ohio State send its coach out as a winner in his last game? A Buckeye loss will also spoil Meyer’s recent 4-0 ATS bowl game record. Moreover, this is OSU quarterback Dwayne Haskins’ last pitch to NFL scouts before deciding if he will declare for the 2019 NFL draft.

Sugar Bowl
#15 Texas vs. #5 Georgia -12½
8:45 PM ET

Georgia opened as a 10.5-point favorite after losing to the Tide in the SEC championship game. Texas almost beat the Sooners twice and could be getting two full touchdowns in this one by kickoff. This is going to be one hell of a football game.

Saturday, January 5

Indianapolis vs. Houston -2½
4:35 PM ET

In football, a team gets a 3-point advantage just for playing at home. The Texans are -2.5 at homes. That indicates oddsmakers believe the early money will be bet on Luck and the Colts O-Line over the banged-up Texans. If oddsmakers leaned on Houston, the spread would be 3-points. That’s just how the math works. Don’t forget that Indy went into Houston and beat the Texans 24-21 less than a month ago.

Seattle vs. Dallas -2½
8:15 PM ET

Another 2.5-point home favorite. This time oddsmakers believe the early money will be on Seattle. Both teams ended their 2018 regular season campaigns with Week 17 wins and momentum. The Seahawks beat the Cowboys 24-13 in Week 3 in Seattle. Both sides are very different now. Seattle leans heavier on the run game and less on Russell Wilson’s arm and escapability. Dallas has balanced their power run game with a deep ball threat after the acquisition of Amari Cooper.

Sunday, January 6

Los Angeles Chargers vs. Baltimore -3
1:05 PM ET

Baltimore went to LA and beat the Chargers by a 22-10 score in Week 16. The Ravens are 3-point favorites meaning oddsmakers believe the early money will be on Baltimore. Can the Ravens win with a rookie QB with less than a season’s worth of experience? Or will the battle-tested and proven Phillip Rivers reign supreme?

Philadelphia vs. Chicago -5½
4:40 PM ET

I believe in Nick Foles! However, this is as far as the defending Super Bowl champions go. Foles was pulled from the Eagles Week 17 win due to a chest/rib injury. The 5.5-point opening spread is based on Foles starting again this week. With Carson Wentz shutdown for until next season, next up after Foles is Nate Sudfeld. If Philly has to start Sudfeld, expect the Bears to be favored by double digits. Foles or Sudfeld, early season acquisition Kahlil Mack is why the Bears will win.

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Peach Bowl

Florida +6 -105
Michigan -6 -105

Cotton Bowl

Notre Dame +13 -105
Clemson -13 -105

Orange Bowl

Oklahoma +14 -103
Alabama -14 -107

UFC 232

Jon Jones and Alexander Gustafsson will meet in a rematch at UFC 232 this Saturday, December 29. The bout will be the UFC 232 main event and the winner goes home as the light heavyweight champion. The co-main event is the much-anticipated match-up between Cris Cyborg and Amanda Nunes for the women’s featherweight title. Cyborg is undefeated in 13 years since losing on her MMA debut to Erica Paes. She has successfully defended her title three times and knocked out her oppenent in 17 of her 20 victories. With a win, Nunes can become the first female two-weight world champion.

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UFC 232 odds


Jon Jones -265

Alexander Gustafsson +225

Cris Cyborg (c) -240

Amanda Nunes +200

Michael Chiesa -165

Carlos Condit +145

Ilir Latifi -150

Corey Anderson +130

Chad Mendes -160

Alexander Volkanovski +150

Walt Harris -170

Andrei Arlovski +135

Cat Zingano -145

Megan Anderson +125

Petr Yan -300

Douglas Silva de Andrade +250

Ryan Hall -475 BJ Penn +380
Curtis Millender -155 Siyar Bahadurzada +135
Uriah Hall -110 Bevon Lewis -110
Andre Ewell -110 Nathaniel Wood -110

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6 Must Watch Football Games Christmas Week 2018

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Thursday, December 27, 2018

Pinstripe Bowl
Miami -3 vs Wisconsin

Yankee Stadium hosts a battle of a pair of underachievers when the Pinstripe Bowl comes to town. The Miami Hurricanes are a one field-goal favorite over the Wisconsin Badgers. Miami’s defense ranks No. 2 in the nation in yards allowed but can’t stop run-first offenses. And here comes Wisconsin, a team that couldn’t pass first if a Bowl win depended on it.

Saturday, December 29

Peach Bowl
#10 Florida vs #7 Michigan -7

The Peach Bowl features a pair of top ten teams when the one touchdown favorite Michigan Wolverines face the Florida Gators. Michigan’s defense is looking for redemption after being embarrassed by Ohio State in its last outing. On the flip side, Florida is flexing its offensive might at the right time. The Gator offense is finally playing up to par with its top-rated defense by pumping out three 500+ yard outings to close the season.

Cotton Bowl Classic
#3 Notre Dame vs #2 Clemson -13

If you watch only one game this week, make sure it is the Cotton Bowl Classic. The first of the two College Football Playoff games features the Notre Dame Fighting Irish facing the Clemson Tigers. Notre Dame owns one of the most balanced offenses in the nation combined with a stout defense. So why are the Clemson Tigers favored by 13-points?

Orange Bowl
#4 Oklahoma vs #1 Alabama -14

The second College Football Playoff game is the battle for the Orange Bowl featuring the Oklahoma Sooners facing the Alabama Crimson Tide. Will the greatest offense in college football history beat out the most dominant title contender in history? Oklahoma will have to score at least 30-points against Bama’s defense to have a shot at covering the spread. And Tua should be as close to healthy as in any other start all season.

Sunday, December 30

Carolina vs New Orleans

Carolina has thrown in the towel and New Orleans has already clinched home field advantage until Super Bowl Sunday so why watch this game? The last time the Saints won the Super Bowl they finished the season 13-3 losing to Tampa Bay, Dallas, and Carolina. This season New Orleans are 13-2 and have lost to Tampa Bay and Dallas. The Saints will most likely rest Drew Brees which could pave the way to a Panther win and the stars aligning for the Saints.

Indianapolis vs Tennessee

The NFL flexed this Indianapolis versus Tennessee winner take all game as the final tilt of the 2018 regular season. The winner will advance to the postseason and the loser will see its year end. Whoever wins will become a wild-card team OR be crowned the winner of the AFC South. If the Jaguars beat the Texans the winner of this game will finish in first place in the AFC South pushing Houston into the wild card slot.

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Weekend College Football Bowl Game Odds

  • Marshall (-3½) vs. South Florida – Gasparilla Bowl (Tampa, Fla.)
  • Florida International vs. Toledo (-4½) – Bahamas Bowl (Nassau, Bahamas)
  • BYU (-12) vs. Western Michigan – Famous Idaho Potato Bowl (Boise, Idaho)
  • Wake Forest vs. Memphis (-3½) – Birmingham Bowl (Birmingham, Ala.)
  • Army (-5) vs. Houston – Armed Forces Bowl (Forth Worth, Texas)
  • Buffalo (-1½) vs. Troy – Dollar General Bowl (Mobile, Ala.)
  • Lousiana Tech vs. Hawaii (-1) – Hawaii Bowl (Honolulu)

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AFC Conference Odds

  • Kansas City Chiefs +248
  • New England Patriots +340
  • Los Angeles Chargers +355
  • Houston Texans +700
  • Pittsburgh Steelers +775
  • Indianapolis Colts +1750
  • Baltimore Ravens +2150
  • Tennessee Titans +3950
  • Miami Dolphins +100000
  • Cleveland Browns +250000

NFC Conference Odds

  • New Orleans Saints +130
  • Los Angeles Rams +245
  • Chicago Bears +485
  • Dallas Cowboys +1200
  • Seattle Seahawks +1750
  • Minnesota Vikings +2100
  • Philadelphia Eagles +4000
  • Washington Redskins +100000
  • Carolina Panthers +100000

Super Bowl LIII Odds

  • New Orleans Saints +255
  • Los Angeles Rams +550
  • Kansas City Chiefs +580
  • Los Angeles Chargers +750
  • New England Patriots +750
  • Chicago Bears +1000
  • Pittsburgh Steelers +1550
  • Houston Texans +1800
  • Dallas Cowboys +3300
  • Indianapolis Colts +3500
  • Seattle Seahawks +3800
  • Minnesota Vikings +4250
  • Baltimore Ravens +4750
  • Philadelphia Eagles +7500
  • Tennessee Titans +10000
  • Washington Redskins +200000
  • Carolina Panthers +200000
  • Miami Dolphins +200000
  • Cleveland Browns +500000

Tennis Betting Futures

The world turns to Melbourne for the first tennis grand slam of 2019. The Australian Open will host the world’s top 100 men and top 100 women tennis players who will fight for a piece of the $60.5 million bounty. The tournament starts on January 14th and run to the 27th. Click here for live men’s live tennis odds and here for women’s live tennis odds.

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Austrlian Open Tennis Odds

Men’s Australian Open Tennis Odds Women’s Australian Open Tennis Odds
  • Novak Djokovic +125
  • Rafael Nadal +550
  • Roger Federer +600
  • Alexander Zverev +900
  • Juan Martin Del Potro +2000
  • Marin Cilic +2500
  • Andy Murray +3000
  • Nick Kyrgios +3000
  • Dominic Thiem +3300
  • Karen Khachanov +3300
  • Stan Wawrinka +4000
  • Kei Nishikori +4000
  • Grigor Dimitrov +5000
  • Borna Coric +5000
  • Milos Raonic +5000
  • Kevin Anderson +6600
  • Stefanos Tsitsipas +6600
  • David Goffin +6600
  • Denis Shapovalov +6600
  • Kyle Edmund +8000
  • Roberto Bautista-Agut +10000
  • John Isner +10000
  • Hyeon Chung +10000
  • Nikoloz Basilashvili +15000
  • Lucas Pouille +20000
  • Tomas Berdych +20000
  • Jo-Wilfried Tsonga +25000
  • Sam Querrey +25000
  • Richard Gasquet +25000
  • Alex De Minaur +25000
  • Daniil Medvedev +25000
  • Andrey Rublev +30000
  • Philipp Kohlschreiber +30000
  • Gael Monfils +30000
  • Frances Tiafoe +30000
  • Fernando Verdasco +30000
  • Pablo Carreno Busta +30000
  • Fabio Fognini +30000
  • Thanasi Kokkinakis +30000
  • Benoit Paire +40000
  • Robin Haase +40000
  • Diego Schwartzman +40000
  • Jack Sock +40000
  • Cameron Norrie +50000
  • Alexandr Dolgopolov +50000
  • Serena Williams +500
  • Simona Halep +900
  • Angelique Kerber +1000
  • Naomi Osaka +1100
  • Elina Svitolina +1200
  • Caroline Wozniacki +1400
  • Aryna Sabalenka +1400
  • Karolina Pliskova +1500
  • Sloane Stephens +1600
  • Garbine Muguruza +1600
  • Petra Kvitova +2500
  • Maria Sharapova +2800
  • Madison Keys +3000
  • Kiki Bertens +3300
  • Victoria Azarenka +3300
  • Daria Kasatkina +4000
  • Caroline Garcia +4000
  • Jelena Ostapenko +4000
  • Ashleigh Barty +4000
  • Qiang Wang +4000
  • Elise Mertens +5000
  • Johanna Konta +5000
  • Anastasija Sevastova +5000
  • Anett Kontaveit +6600
  • Coco Vandeweghe +6600
  • Julia Goerges +6600
  • Belinda Bencic +10000
  • Marketa Vondrousova +10000
  • Svetlana Kuznetsova +10000
  • Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova +15000
  • Venus Williams +15000
  • Dominika Cibulkova +15000
  • Camila Giorgi +15000
  • Mihaela Buzarnescu +15000
  • Catherine Bellis +15000
  • Lucie Safarova +15000
  • Kristina Mladenovic +15000
  • Lesia Tsurenko +15000
  • Eugenie Bouchard +20000
  • Carla Suarez Navarro +20000
  • Kaia Kanepi +20000
  • Daria Gavrilova +20000
  • Amanda Anisimova +20000
  • Ekaterina Makarova +25000
  • Ekaterina Alexandrova +25000

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Must Bet Games NFL Week 16

Must Bet Games NFL Week 16

It’s Week 16 in the NFL and every game has playoff implications. But there are six must watch and must bet games on the board. Let’s take a closer look at all six. Remember there are no more Thursday Night games. Click here for live NFL odds.

Must Bet Games NFL Week 16

Ravens (8-6) at Chargers (11-3)
Saturday, December 22nd, 8:20 PM, NFL Network
Opening line: Chargers -4½

The Baltimore Ravens travel west to face the Los Angeles Chargers. Under head coach John Harbaugh, the Ravens are 4-4 straight-up and 3-5 against the spread in games played in the Pacific Time Zone. Will rookie QB Lamar Jackson change the Ravens’ fortunes? Since he took over as the starter, Baltimore is 4-1 SU and 3-2 ATS. The lone loss was the Chiefs. The Chargers are a hot team to bet on. Los Angeles is 9-1 SU and 7-3 ATS since Week 5. Plus the Bolts are 4-1-1 ATS in their last 6 primetime games.

Bengals (6-8) at Browns (6-7-1)
Sunday, December 23rd, 1 PM, CBS
Opening line: Browns -7

There is nothing like an AFC North battle in late December with possible playoff implications. And we aren’t talking about the Steelers and Ravens. The visiting Cincinnati Bengals are banged up and spiraling with two wins over nine weeks. But the good news is that the Bengals are 7-1 SU and ATS in past eight games against Cleveland. That lone loss was to these same Browns in Week 11 earlier this year. Cleveland is suddenly a hot bet going 4-1 SU and ATS in their last five outings. Baker Mayfield has everyone believing in Cleveland. Including me and NFL oddsmakers who have the Browns as a 7-point favorite. When was the last time Cleveland was favored by a touchdown?

Bills (5-9) at Patriots (9-5)
Sunday, December 23rd, 1 PM, CBS
Opening line: Patriots -12½

Lookout but the Buffalo Bills are suddenly exciting to watch for more than the antics of the Bills Mafia. And in Week 16 Buffalo can play spoiler against Tom, Bill, and the Patriots. Since 2010, New England is 23-2 SU and 15-9-1 ATS at Foxboro against fellow AFC opponents. Surprise, surprise both of those losses were at the hands of the Bills.

Packers (5-8-1) at Jets (4-10)
Sunday, December 23rd, 1 PM, Fox
Opening line: Packers -3

The opening betting spread shocks me for two reasons. An Aaron Rodgers led Packers team is only a 3-point favorite in December against a team led by a rookie QB. And why is a team who is winless on the road a 3-point favorite? Not only are the Packers 0-7 straight-up but they’re also just 1-5-1 ATS on the road this season. Dating back to last season, the Packers have actually lost nine straight road games (2-6-1 ATS).

Texans (10-4) at Eagles (7-7)
Sunday, December 23rd, 1 PM, CBS
Opening line: Texans -1

Since joining the NFL, the Houston Texans are 0-4 SU and 1-3 ATS versus the Philadelphia Eagles. But this is a red-hot Texans team that is 10-1 SU over its last 11. Overall this season, Houston is 6-7-1 ATS. The Eagles are 5-9 ATS overall and 2-5 ATS at home this season. However recently against AFC teams, Philly 6-0 SU and 4-2 ATS at home.

Chiefs (11-3) at Seahawks (8-6)
Sunday, December 23rd, 8:20 PM, NBC
Opening line: Chiefs -3

The Kansas City Chiefs are 8-5-1 ATS this season. On the road that mark is a red-hot 5-1-1. But this week the Chiefs are in Seattle to face the 12th man where the Seahawks are 4-1-1 ATS. Moreover, since 2010, Pete Carroll’s Seahawks are a stunning 16-2 SU and 14-3-1 ATS in primetime home games.

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Odds & Schedule College Football Bowl Season Week 1

Saturday, Dec. 15

  • Celebration Bowl — Noon, TV: ABC
    Alcorn State vs. North Carolina A&T (-8)
  • Cure Bowl — 1:30 p.m., TV: CBS Sports Network
    Louisiana vs. Tulane (-3½ -105)
  • New Mexico Bowl — 2 p.m., TV: ESPN
    North Texas vs. Utah State (-7½)
  • Las Vegas Bowl — 3:30 p.m., TV: ABC
    Arizona State vs. No. 21 Fresno State (-5)
  • Camellia Bowl — 5:30 p.m., TV: ESPN
    Eastern Michigan vs. Georgia Southern (-3 -120)
  • New Orleans Bowl — 9 p.m., TV: ESPN
    Middle Tennessee vs. Appalachian State -7 +100)

Tuesday, Dec. 18

  • Boca Raton Bowl — 7 p.m., TV: ESPN
    Northern Illinois vs. UAB (-2½ -120)

Wednesday, Dec. 19

  • Frisco Bowl — 8 p.m., TV: ESPN
    San Diego State vs. Ohio (-3 -105)

Thursday, Dec. 20

  • Gasparilla Bowl — 8 p.m., TV: ESPN
    South Florida vs. Marshall (-2½ -120)

Friday, Dec. 21

  • Bahamas Bowl — 12:30 p.m., TV: ESPN
    FIU vs. Toledo (-5½)
  • Potato Bowl — 4 p.m., TV: ESPN
    Western Michigan vs. BYU (-12½)

Saturday, Dec. 22

  • Birmingham Bowl — Noon, TV: ESPN
    Wake Forest Vs. Memphis (-3½)
  • Armed Forces Bowl — 3:30 p.m., TV: ESPN
    Houston vs. Army (-3½)
  • Dollar General Bowl — 7 p.m., TV: ESPN
    Troy vs. Buffalo (-2)
  • Hawai’i Bowl — 10:30 p.m., TV: ESPN
    Louisiana Tech vs. Hawai’i (pick’em)

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2018 WWE TLC Matches & Odds

  • Intercontinental Championship
    Seth Rollins (c) +165 vs. Dean Ambrose -215
  • TLC Match
    Braun Strowman -410 vs. Baron Corbin +290
  • Raw Women’s Championship
    Ronda Rousey (c) -1050 vs. Nia Jax +550
  • WWE Championship
    Daniel Bryan (c) -390 vs. AJ Styles +270
  • SmackDown Women’s Championship TLC Match
    Becky Lynch (c) +190 vs. Charlotte Flair +120 vs. Asuka +215
  • Singles Match
    Finn Balor +375 vs. Drew McIntyre -565
  • Singles Match
    Elias +115 vs. Bobby Lashley -155
  • SmackDown Tag Team Championship
    The Bar (c) -110 vs. The Usos +200 vs. New Day +230
  • Tables Match
    Natalya -395 vs. Ruby Riott +275
  • WWE Cruiserweight Championship
    Buddy Murphy -190 vs. Cedric Alexander +150
  • Chairs Match
    Rey Mysterio +110 vs. Randy Orton -150
  • Mixed Match Challenge Finals
    Fabulous Truth -335 vs. Mahalicia +245

Miss Universe Betting Odds

  • Philippines/South Africa +750
  • Venezuela +750
  • Spain +900
  • USA +1000
  • Puerto Rico +1050
  • Ukraine/Ecuador +1300
  • Australia/Brazil/Colombia +1350
  • Albania +1400
  • Russia +1500
  • Thailand/Costa Rica/France/Dominican Republic +1600
  • Paraguay +1650
  • Vietnam +1700
  • Hungary +1850
  • China/Cambodia +2000
  • Nepal +2200
  • Iceland/Indonesia +2300
  • India/El Salvador +2500
  • Canada +2700
  • Belgium/Ireland/Kazakhstan +2750
  • Mexico +2800
  • Greece/Haiti/Aruba/Myanmar +3300
  • Japan/Uruguay +3500
  • Peru +3750
  • Slovakia/Mongolia/Malaysia/Curacao +3800
  • Czech Republic/Croatia/Namibia/Italy/Kyrgyzstan/Guam/Georgia +4000/Turkey/US Virgin Islands/Nicaragua/South Korea +4000
  • Lebanon +4200
  • Finland/St Lucia +4500
  • Sweden/Switzerland/Panama/Israel/Kosovo/Denmark/Cayman Islands +5000
  • Armenia +5250
  • Kenya/Egypt +5500
  • Laos/Jamaica/Argentina/Bahamas/Singapore +6000
  • Nigeria/British Virgin Islands/Guatemala/Honduras +6600
  • Bolivia +7000
  • Germany/Poland +7500
  • New Zealand/Malta/Chile +8000
  • Portugal +9000
  • Netherlands +10000
  • Sri Lanka/Zambia +11000
  • Norway/Belize/Bulgaria/Mauritius +12500
  • Ghana/Angola +25000

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39 Bowl Game Betting Preview From The Cure Bowl To The 🍊 Bowl

Welcome to College Football Bowl season. Over the next three weeks, there is a high-stakes football game on almost EVERY day. Click here for live college football odds.

39 college football bowl games from the AutoNation Cure Bowl To The Orange Bowl

All times Eastern

Cure Bowl
Tulane -3½ vs. Louisiana
1:30 PM, Dec. 15

This is a rematch of the 2013 New Orleans Bowl. Tulane has a chance for its first seven-win season since 2013 and just their second since 2002. UL Lafayette faced a tough schedule this season with one loss apiece to Alabama and Mississippi State and a pair to then-ranked Appalachian State. The Green Wave posses less of a threat than any of them for the Ragin Cajuns.

New Mexico Bowl
North Texas vs. Utah State -7½
2 PM, Dec. 15

North Texas reached the New Mexico primarily because of its offense while Utah was one of the top defensive teams in the nation. Time to find out if offense or defense wins.

Las Vegas Bowl
Arizona State vs. No. 21 Fresno State -5
3:30 PM, Dec. 15

The Las Vegas Bowl is one of the best out of the bunch. Both Arizona State and Fresno State impressed this season. The Bulldogs’ defense is one of the tops in the nation and will not have to worry about star Sun Devils receiver N’Keal Harry. He will sit this game out as he prepares for the NFL Draft. Plus Herm Edwards in Vegas is bound to be pure entertainment.

Camellia Bowl
Eastern Michigan vs. Georgia Southern -2½
5:30 PM, Dec. 15

The Eastern Michigan Eagles can defend but have trouble scoring touchdowns. Georgia Southern’s option attack is deadly. Combine that with consistent play from QB Shai Werts, and deadly becomes invincible. But don’t forget, Eastern Michigan plays everybody close. It yielded just one touchdown in the three closing regular season games and will have a couple of weeks off to plan a counter to Southern’s triple option. Moreover, EMU has gone 2-1 straight-up in bowls the last three Decembers.

New Orleans Bowl
Middle Tennessee vs. Appalachian State -7 +105
9 PM, Dec. 15

This is the last Bowl game of the first day of Bowl Season and features the Sun Belt champion facing the Conference USA runner-up. Middle Tennessee QB Brent Stockstill is one of the top passers in the country and is the Blue Raiders’ all-time leader in that category. Appalachian State will have to lean on their run game to avoid MTSU’s stout pass defense. Good thing the Mountaineers average 133.1 rush yards per game.

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Boca Raton Bowl
Northern Illinois vs. UAB -2½ -115
7 PM, Dec. 18

There is no way to sugar coat this. This is going to be a low scoring game with little fanfare. The game total is dismal 43-points. UAB finished the season 8-4 ATS while Northern Illinois was a boring 6-6-1 ATS.

Frisco Bowl
Ohio -3 -105 vs. San Diego State
8 PM, Dec. 19

Both teams are evenly matched, and I don’t see either side winning by more than a field goal. The game within the game will be Ohio’s rushing attack going versus San Diego State’s stout run defense. The winner of that battle will win the Frisco Bowl.

Gasparilla Bowl
Marshall vs. South Florida -2½ -115
8 PM, Dec. 20

Barnone, The Bad Boy Mowers Gasparilla Bowl, is the best-titled bowl game of the season. The Bulls will have home-field advantage, but will that be enough to motivate South Florida to win? Both teams went 4-5 ATS this season.

Bahamas Bowl
Florida International vs. Toledo -5½
12:30 PM, Dec. 21

Florida International tends to put up stinkers against teams at their level or better. Toledo qualifies as a 5.5-point favorite. The good news for FIU fans is that the Golden Panthers are 9-2 ATS while the Rockets of Toledo are 5-6 ATS.

Idaho Potato Bowl
BYU -12 vs. Western Michigan
4 PM, Dec. 21

Both teams closed out the season in dismal fashion. Western Michigan lost three of its last four. BYU lost five of its previous eight games. The Broncos did still average almost 450 yards per game on offense and will that to tangle with BYU’s 18th-ranked defense that gives up just 325 yards per game.

Birmingham Bowl
Wake Forest vs. Memphis -3½
12 PM, Dec. 22

This is a tremendous pre-Christmas bowl game. Two unranked teams with little national fanfare that can light up scoreboards is a cocktail for fun. The game total is a colossal 74.5-points, and it may be a little low. The Demon Deacons average 32.5-points per game while the Tigers put up an average of 43.6.

Armed Forces Bowl
Houston vs. Army -3 -115
3:30 PM, Dec. 22

Why is Houston, that rank fourth nationally with 46.4 points per game, an underdog in a game being played in Texas? Because they will be without injured QB D’Eriq King and star defensive tackle Ed Oliver, who left to prepare for the NFL draft. Army has won 10 games for the second straight season and is gunning for its third consecutive Bowl game win. Plus Army is playing in a military-themed bowl game.

Dollar General Bowl
Buffalo -2½ -105 vs. Troy
7 PM, Dec. 22

Buffalo is making its THIRD bowl game appearance in school history while Troy can hit a double-digit win season for the third straight time. The Bulls have an explosive offense led by QB Tyree Jackson. He threw for 2,857 yards and 27 touchdowns this season. Now Jackson faces a Trojans team that allows a mere 345.6 yards per game and is ranked 28th nationally in total defense.

Hawaii Bowl
Louisiana Tech vs. Hawaii -1
10:30 PM, Dec. 22

The Hawaii Bowl will feature college football’s "Sack Daddy" facing a high-octane run-and-shoot offense. Louisiana Tech’s defensive end Jaylon Ferguson is tied for the FBS lead with 15 sacks and is third with 23½ tackles for loss. He is the FBS active leader with 42½ sacks and needs two sacks to break the FBS career record of 44 held by Terrell Suggs. Can Sack Daddy get to Hawai’i QB Cole McDonald who finished the season 35 touchdown passes?

First Responder Bowl
Boston College vs. No. 25 Boise State -3 -105
1:30 PM, Dec. 26

Boston College finished the season 6-5 ATS while Boise State went 7-5-1 ATS. Both teams matchup well. But with BC offensive coordinator taking the Head Coaching job at UMass, there may be questions about the Eagles offense.

Quick Lane Bowl
Minnesota vs. Georgia Tech -5½
5:15 PM, Dec. 26

It’s Georgia Tech head coach Paul Johnson’s last game. He resigned last week after winning 82 games in 11 seasons. With a Yellow Jacket win, Johnson will finish his career with three straight Bowl game victories.

Cheez-It Bowl
TCU vs. California Pick-em
9 PM, Dec. 26

The Cheez-It Bowl betting spread is set at a pick, and the game-total is a dismal 40.5-points. TCU averages 21.9-points per game while Cal sits at 20.9 points per game.

Independence Bowl
Duke vs. Temple -3½
1:30 PM, Dec. 27

Duke lost four of its final six games. Temple can win at least nine games for the third time in four seasons.

Pinstripe Bowl
Miami -4 vs. Wisconsin
5:15 PM, Dec. 27

This would have been a marquee New Year’s day bowl game last year. But don’t be fooled, this will be a fun game. Miami’s defense ranks No. 2 in the nation in yards allowed but can be beaten by run-first offenses. Wisconsin can’t pass the ball if its life depended on it, but the Badgers average 268.4 rushing yards per game.

Texas Bowl
Vanderbilt -3½ vs. Baylor
9 PM, Dec. 27

Credit both coaches, Vandy’s Derek Mason and Baylor’s Matt Rhule for getting their teams bowl-eligible. Vanderbilt has reached bowl games in two of the last three seasons after going 7-17 in Mason’s first two seasons. The Commodores finished the season 8-3 ATS. The Bears won six games and went 5-5-1 ATS this season after a one-win 2017 campaign.

Music City Bowl
Auburn -3½ vs. Purdue
1:30 PM, Dec. 28

Auburn was a preseason top-10 team but finished the 2018 season with six wins and 5-6 ATS. More disappointing is that the Tigers are 1-4 in bowl games under coach Gus Malzahn. Purdue is energized with coach Jeff Brohm staying at the school. He rebuffed his alma mater, Louisville, to keep building with stars like wide receiver Rondale Moore. Plus with a win, the Boilermakers will post back-to-back winning seasons for the first time since 2006-07.

Camping World Bowl
No. 20 Syracuse vs. No. 16 West Virginia -1½
5:15 PM, Dec. 28

The big news for the Camping World Bowl is West Virginia QB Will Grier sitting the game to prepare for the NFL draft. Miami transfer Jack Allison, who has career ten passes, gets the call. Syracuse can win ten games for the first time since 2001.

Alamo Bowl
No. 24 Iowa State vs. No. 13 Washington State -3½
9 PM, Dec. 28

Iowa State went 7-1 down the stretch. Big upset wins over Oklahoma State and West Virginia this season have the Cyclones pumped for an Alamo Bowl victory. Washington State had the Pac-12 crown and an invite to a New Year’s Bowl game in its sights. But the loss to in-state rival Huskies pulled the rug from under the Cougars.

Peach Bowl
No. 10 Florida vs. No. 7 Michigan -7½
12 PM, Dec. 29

Two top-10 teams. Kings from the Big Ten and SEC. This could be the best Bowl game not scheduled for New Year’s Day. Florida’s offense ran up scores against sub-par defenses all season long. Yet, the Gators couldn’t score more than 17 measly points when facing the best SEC defenses. And Michigan was the scariest defense in the nation until the Buckeyes came along that is. Florida is no OSU.

Belk Bowl
South Carolina -4 vs. Virginia
12 PM, Dec. 29,

The 2018 Belk Bowl features one of the SEC’s best passing offenses facing one of the ACC’s best pass defenses. Gamecocks QB Jake Bentley threw for 2,953 yards, 27 TDs, and 12 INTs this season. He completed 63.9% of his attempts. The Cavaliers’ pass defense ranks 14th in the nation at 180.1 per game.

Arizona Bowl
Arkansas State -1½ vs. Nevada
1:15 PM, Dec. 29

This is just a teaser before the Cotton Bowl and Orange Bowl are played later the same day.

Cotton Bowl
No. 3 Notre Dame vs. No. 2 Clemson -11½
4 PM, Dec. 29

This is the first of the two College Football Playoff semifinal games. Clemson averaged 45.2 points per game and finished the season 7-5 ATS. Notre Dame scores 33.8 points per game went 6-5-1 ATS.

Orange Bowl
No. 4 Oklahoma vs. No. 1 Alabama -14
8 PM, Dec. 29

The Orange Bowl features the 2018 Heisman Trophy winner and runner-up in Oklahoma’s Kyler Murray and Alabama’s Tua Tagovailoa. Oklahoma possibly has the best offense in college football…ever. The Sooners’ porous defense is a liability against the best team in FBS history.

Military Bowl
Virginia Tech vs. Cincinnati
12 PM, Dec. 31

There are worse ways to spend your New Year’s Eve day. The Military Bowl either be very entertaining or a dud.

Sun Bowl
Pittsburgh vs. Stanford -6½
2 PM, Dec. 31

Pittsburgh is a run-heavy offense. Stanford stretches the field with its big pass catchers. The team that controls the clock wins.

Redbox Bowl
Michigan State vs. Oregon -3
3 PM, Dec. 31

Michigan State has won five bowl games in a row after losing the previous four. However, in the Redbox Bowl, the Spartans face the neighboring Ducks who are an interstate ride away in Eugene. Thank the football gods that Duck Justin Herbert will play even though he is 2019’s top QB prospect. The Redbox Bowl would have been a disaster of a game if he decided to sit.

Liberty Bowl
Oklahoma State vs. No. 23 Missouri -8
3:45 PM, Dec. 31

Oklahoma State went 6-5 ATS this season, but the Cowboys were a bi-polar 5-6 straight-up team. They beat Texas and West Virginia. Lost to Oklahoma by a single point. Then there were blowout losses to both Texas Tech and Kansas State. Missouri also went 6-5 ATS but was consistent straight-up at 7-4.

Holiday Bowl
No. 22 Northwestern vs. No. 17 Utah -7
7 PM, Dec. 31

This is the game you want to skip and prep for New Year’s festivities.

Gator Bowl
NC State vs. No. 19 Texas A&M -6
7:30 PM Dec. 31

This is another Bowl game scheduled on New Year’s Eve night for a reason.

Outback Bowl
Iowa vs. No. 18 Mississippi State -7½ +115
12 PM Jan. 1

A noon kick-off gives the East Coast enough time to shake off the remnants of New Year’s Eve festivities. Plus the Hawkeyes have played in the Outback Bowl six times since 2003.

Citrus Bowl
No. 14 Kentucky vs. No. 12 Penn State -6½
1 PM, Jan. 1

This is the last time you will see SEC defender of the year Kentucky linebacker Josh Allen and Penn State standout QB Trace McSorley in a college game. Enjoy it.

Fiesta Bowl
No. 11 LSU -7½ vs. No. 8 UCF
1 PM, Jan. 1

Can UCF finish undefeated for the second straight season? Will the Knights extend their 25-game win streak? Did LSU learn from Auburn’s 34-27 defeat in 2017’s Peach Bowl to UCF? We find out on New Year’s Day.

Rose Bowl
No. 9 Washington vs. No. 6 Ohio State -7 +100
5 PM, Jan. 1

This will be Urban Meyer’s first trip to the Rose Bowl and last game as Ohio State’s coach. Another reason to tune in, QB Dwayne Haskins. He would have won the Heisman Trophy in any other season. He threw for 4,580 yards, 47 TDs, and 8 INTs. Plus Haskins had FIVE 400+ yard games, four more than any other Buckeye.

Sugar Bowl
No. 15 Texas vs. No. 5 Georgia -11½
8:45 PM, Jan. 1

Georgia lost its case to be one of the nation’s four best teams after blowing a 14-point lead against Alabama in the SEC championship game. A convincing Sugar Bowl victory or bust for UGA.

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2019 WWE WrestleMania 35 Matches & Odds

2018 WWE TLC Matches & Odds

WWE TLC: Tables, Ladders and Chairs pay-per-view extravaganza is scheduled for Dec. 16 in San Jose, California. The event will feature a host of titles defenses, and of course, tables, ladders and chairs being allowed in certain matches. Click here for live WWE pro wrestling odds.

2018 WWE TLC Matches & Odds

Intercontinental Championship
Seth Rollins (c) +140 vs. Dean Ambrose -180

TLC Match
Braun Strowman -400 vs. Baron Corbin +280

Raw Women’s Championship
Ronda Rousey (c) -900 vs. Nia Jax +500

WWE Championship
Daniel Bryan (c) -350 vs. AJ Styles +250

SmackDown Women’s Championship TLC Match
Becky Lynch (c) +350 vs. Charlotte Flair +105 vs. Asuka +150

Singles Match
Finn Balor +375 vs. Drew McIntyre -565

Singles Match
Elias +100 vs. Bobby Lashley -140

SmackDown Tag Team Championship
The Bar (c) +110 vs. The Usos +200 vs. New Day +230

Tables Match
Natalya vs. Ruby Riott

Updated 2020 Masters date, odds and how to bet

2019 PGA Golf Futures Odds

5Dimes oddsmakers have released the odds to win every 2019 Golf Major.

2019 PGA Golf Futures Odds

2019 FedEx Championship Odds
2019 British Odds
2019 PGA Championship Odds
2019 US Masters Odds
2019 US Open Odds

How many Golf Majors will Tiger Woods win in 2019?

  • No major wins -400
  • Exactly 1 Major +325
  • Exactly 2 Majors +1600
  • Exactly 3 Majors +10000
  • Grand Slam +50000

FedEx Cup Championship Odds

Dustin Johnson  +1400
Tiger Woods  +1400
Justin Thomas  +1400
Justin Rose  +1400
Brooks Koepka  +1400
Rory McIlroy  +1800
Jordan Spieth  +1800
Rickie Fowler  +2000
Jon Rahm  +2000
Bryson DeChambeau  +2000
Jason Day  +2500
Tony Finau  +2500
Hideki Matsuyama  +3000
Tommy Fleetwood  +3000
Patrick Cantlay  +3000
Cameron??Champ  +3000
Patrick Reed  +4000
Francesco Molinari  +4000
Xander Schauffele  +4000
Paul Casey  +5000
Marc Leishman  +5000
Matt Kuchar  +6000
Henrik Stenson  +6000
Webb Simpson  +6000
Phil Mickelson  +6000
Bubba Watson  +6000
Joaquin Niemann  +8000
Aaron Wise  +8000
Adam Scott  +8000
Brandt Snedeker  +8000
Zach Johnson  +10000
Kyle Stanley  +10000
Billy Horschel  +10000
Keegan Bradley  +10000
Cameron Smith  +10000
Sergio Garcia  +10000
Louis Oosthuizen  +10000
Gary Woodland  +10000
Kevin Kisner  +10000
Ian Poulter  +10000
Rafa Cabrera-Bello  +10000
Tyrrell Hatton  +10000
Alex Noren  +10000
Emiliano Grillo  +12500
Luke List  +12500
Ryan Moore  +12500
Branden Grace  +12500
Byeong Hun An  +12500
Beau Hossler  +12500
Daniel Berger  +12500
Charley Hoffman  +12500
Kevin Na  +12500
Charles Howell III  +12500
Kevin Tway  +15000
Jimmy Walker  +15000
Sungjae Im  +15000
Abraham Ancer  +15000
Patrick Rodgers  +15000
Danny Lee  +15000
Ollie Schniederjans  +15000
Russell Henley  +15000
Charl Schwartzel  +15000
Si Woo Kim  +15000
Kevin Chappell  +15000
Brian Harman  +15000
Austin Cook  +15000
C.T. Pan  +15000
Peter Uihlein  +15000
Pat Perez  +15000
J.B. Holmes  +20000
Adam Hadwin  +20000
Jamie Lovemark  +20000
Jason Dufner  +20000
Kiradech Aphibarnrat  +20000
Chris Kirk  +20000
Stewart Cink  +20000
Bud Cauley  +20000
Chez Reavie  +20000
Chesson Hadley  +20000
Curtis Luck  +25000
Sam Burns  +25000
Michael Kim  +25000
Dylan Frittelli  +25000
Nick Watney  +25000
Anirban Lahiri  +25000
Russell Knox  +25000
Jhonattan Vegas  +25000
Scott Piercy  +25000
Satoshi Kodaira  +25000
Patton Kizzire  +25000
Kevin Streelman  +25000

2019 British Open Odds

Tiger Woods  +1000
Rory McIlroy  +1000
Dustin Johnson  +1400
Justin Rose  +1600
Jordan Spieth  +1600
Brooks Koepka  +1800
Rickie Fowler  +1800
Tommy Fleetwood  +2200
Justin Thomas  +2200
Jon Rahm  +2200
Francesco Molinari  +2500
Henrik Stenson  +3300
Jason Day  +3300
Sergio Garcia  +3300
Hideki Matsuyama  +3500
Bryson DeChambeau  +4000
Alex Noren  +4000
Paul Casey  +4000
Tony Finau  +4500
Marc Leishman  +5000
Adam Scott  +5000
Branden Grace  +5000
Patrick Reed  +5500
Tyrrell Hatton  +5500
Phil Mickelson  +6000
Patrick Cantlay  +6600
Matt Kuchar  +6600
Shane Lowry  +6600
Xander Schauffele  +6600
Cameron Champ  +6600
Louis Oosthuizen  +6600
Ian Poulter  +7000
Thomas Pieters  +7000
Thorbjorn Olesen  +7000
Matthew Fitzpatrick  +7000
Matt Wallace  +8000
Lee Westwood  +8000
Rafa Cabrera-Bello  +8000
Russell Knox  +8000
Zach Johnson  +8000
Lucas Bjerregaard  +8000
Danny Willett  +10000
Bubba Watson  +10000
Ryan Fox  +10000
Webb Simpson  +10000
Paul Dunne  +11000
Eddie Pepperell  +11000
Charley Hoffman  +12500
Chris Wood  +12500
Billy Horschel  +12500
Haotong Li  +12500
Luke List  +12500
Kiradech Aphibarnrat  +12500
Jimmy Walker  +12500
Kevin Chappell  +12500
Kevin Kisner  +12500
Byeong-Hun An  +12500
Brandt Snedeker  +12500
Andy Sullivan  +12500
Ross Fisher  +12500
Matthew Southgate  +12500
Beau Hossler  +13000
Erik Van Rooyen  +13000
Emiliano Grillo  +13500
Kevin Na  +13500
Keegan Bradley  +13500
Cameron Smith  +13500
Martin Kaymer  +13500
Peter Uihlein  +13500
Russell Henley  +15000
Padraig Harrington  +15000
Ryan Moore  +15000
Charl Schwartzel  +15000
Bernd Wiesberger  +15000
Alexander Bjork  +15000
Joost Luiten  +15000
Kyle Stanley  +15000
Dylan Frittelli  +15000
Daniel Berger  +15000
Gary Woodland  +15000
Jason Dufner  +17500
Brian Harman  +17500
Satoshi Kodaira  +25000
Stewart Cink  +25000
Ernie Els  +30000
Darren Clarke  +50000

2019 PGA Championship Odds

Dustin Johnson  +900
Tiger Woods  +1000
Justin Thomas  +1200
Rory McIlroy  +1200
Brooks Koepka  +1400
Jordan Spieth  +1600
Jason Day  +1800
Justin Rose  +2000
Jon Rahm  +2000
Rickie Fowler  +2000
Bryson DeChambeau  +2800
Francesco Molinari  +3000
Tommy Fleetwood  +3000
Patrick Reed  +3300
Tony Finau  +3500
Cameron Champ  +3500
Hideki Matsuyama  +4000
Henrik Stenson  +4500
Bubba Watson  +5000
Phil Mickelson  +5000
Patrick Cantlay  +5000
Adam Scott  +5000
Gary Woodland  +6000
Marc Leishman  +6600
Paul Casey  +6600
Sergio Garcia  +6600
Thomas Pieters  +6600
Webb Simpson  +6600
Xander Schauffele  +6600
Alexander Noren  +6600
Branden Grace  +8000
Zach Johnson  +8000
Thorbjorn Olesen  +8000
Tyrrell Hatton  +8000
Kyle Stanley  +8000
Matt Kuchar  +8000
Louis Oosthuizen  +8000
Kevin Kisner  +8000
Joaquin Niemann  +8000
Ian Poulter  +10000
Hao-Tong Li  +10000
Emiliano Grillo  +10000
Charley Hoffman  +10000
Charl Schwartzel  +10000
Rafa Cabrera-Bello  +10000
Brandt Snedeker  +10000
Shane Lowry  +11000
Russell Knox  +12500
Ryan Moore  +12500
Matthew Fitzpatrick  +12500
Byeong-Hun An  +12500
Daniel Berger  +12500
Kevin Na  +12500
Keegan Bradley  +12500
Kevin Chappell  +12500
Luke List  +12500
Martin Kaymer  +12500
Aaron Wise  +12500
Jason Dufner  +15000
Jimmy Walker  +15000
Brian Harman  +16000
J.B. Holmes  +20000

2019 Masters Odds

Tiger Woods  +1200
Jordan Spieth  +1200
Justin Rose  +1200
Justin Thomas  +1400
Brooks Koepka  +1400
Dustin Johnson  +1400
Rory McIlroy  +1400
Rickie Fowler  +1600
Jon Rahm  +1800
Bryson DeChambeau  +2000
Bubba Watson  +2500
Jason Day  +2500
Tony Finau  +2500
Tommy Fleetwood  +3000
Patrick Reed  +3000
Hideki Matsuyama  +3000
Matt Kuchar  +4000
Marc Leishman  +4000
Francesco Molinari  +4000
Paul Casey  +4000
Cameron Champ  +4000
Xander Schauffele  +5000
Patrick Cantlay  +5000
Phil Mickelson  +5000
Sergio Garcia  +5000
Louis Oosthuizen  +5000
Henrik Stenson  +5000
Adam Scott  +5000
Webb Simpson  +6000
Joaquin Niemann  +8000
Danny Willett  +8000
Brandt Snedeker  +8000
Cameron Smith  +8000
Alex Noren  +8000
Branden Grace  +9500
Billy Horschel  +10000
Gary Woodland  +10000
Charley Hoffman  +10000
Ian Poulter  +10000
Kevin Kisner  +10000
Matt Wallace  +10000
Matthew Fitzpatrick  +10000
Zach Johnson  +10000
Tyrrell Hatton  +10000
Thomas Pieters  +10000
Aaron Wise  +10000
Thorbjorn Olesen  +12500
Ryan Moore  +12500
Shane Lowry  +12500
Rafa Cabrera-Bello  +12500
Keegan Bradley  +12500
Lee Westwood  +12500
Kevin Chappell  +12500
Daniel Berger  +12500
Emiliano Grillo  +12500
Charl Schwartzel  +12500
Charles Howell III  +15000
Byeong Hun An  +15000
Bill Haas  +15000
Beau Hossler  +15000
Hao-Tong Li  +15000
Eddie Pepperell  +15000
Brian Harman  +15000
Luke List  +15000
Kevin Na  +15000
Kiradech Aphibarnrat  +15000
Kyle Stanley  +15000
Martin Kaymer  +15000
Jimmy Walker  +15000
Russell Henley  +15000
Si Woo Kim  +15000
Shubhankar Sharma  +20000
Sungjae Im  +20000
Peter Uihlein  +20000
Pat Perez  +20000
Kevin Tway  +20000
Julian Suri  +20000
Jason Dufner  +20000
Adam Hadwin  +20000
J.B. Holmes  +25000
Jamie Lovemark  +25000
Chesson Hadley  +25000
Chez Reavie  +25000
Austin Cook  +25000
Ollie Schniederjans  +25000
Paul Dunne  +25000
Russell Knox  +25000
Ryan Fox  +25000
Stewart Cink  +25000
Satoshi Kodaira  +25000
Scott Piercy  +30000
Steve Stricker  +30000
Ross Fisher  +30000
Patton Kizzire  +30000
Padraig Harrington  +30000
Brendan Steele  +30000
Chris Wood  +30000
Dylan Frittelli  +30000
Fred Couples  +30000
Graeme McDowell  +30000
Jim Furyk  +30000
Jordan L. Smith  +30000
Michael Kim  +30000
Andy Sullivan  +30000
Angel Cabrera  +50000
Anirban Lahiri  +50000
Andrew Landry  +50000
Nick Watney  +50000
Justin Harding  +50000
Jhonattan Vegas  +50000
Bernhard Langer  +50000
Brandon Stone  +50000
Shugo Imahira  +50000
Seungsu Han  +50000
Vijay Singh  +50000
Yusaku Miyazato  +50000
Trevor Immelman  +100000
Ian Woosnam  +100000
Jose Maria Olazabal  +100000
Jovan Rebula  +100000
Mike Weir  +100000
Larry Mize  +100000

2019 US Open Odds

Tiger Woods  +1000
Dustin Johnson  +1000
Jordan Spieth  +1400
Brooks Koepka  +1400
Justin Thomas  +1600
Rory McIlroy  +1600
Justin Rose  +1800
Jason Day  +1800
Rickie Fowler  +2000
Jon Rahm  +2500
Tommy Fleetwood  +3000
Patrick Reed  +3300
Bryson DeChambeau  +3300
Henrik Stenson  +3300
Hideki Matsuyama  +3300
Phil Mickelson  +3500
Tony Finau  +3500
Paul Casey  +4000
Francesco Molinari  +4000
Cameron Champ  +4000
Sergio Garcia  +5000
Xander Schauffele  +6000
Branden Grace  +6000
Adam Scott  +6000
Alex Noren  +6000
Patrick Cantlay  +6000
Marc Leishman  +6600
Louis Oosthuizen  +6600
Bubba Watson  +6600
Webb Simpson  +6600
Brandt Snedeker  +8000
Lee Westwood  +8000
Joaquin Niemann  +8000
Matt Kuchar  +8000
Rafa Cabrera-Bello  +9000
Daniel Berger  +9000
Tyrrell Hatton  +9000
Thomas Pieters  +10000
Ryan Moore  +10000
Russell Knox  +10000
Zach Johnson  +10000
Chesson Hadley  +10000
Jimmy Walker  +10000
Graeme McDowell  +10000
Ian Poulter  +11000
Billy Horschel  +11000
Byeong-Hun An  +12500
Emiliano Grillo  +12500
Cameron Smith  +12500
Charl Schwartzel  +12500
Kyle Stanley  +12500
Keegan Bradley  +12500
Kevin Kisner  +12500
Kevin Na  +12500
Matthew Fitzpatrick  +12500
Ryan Fox  +12500
Shane Lowry  +12500
Russell Henley  +13500
Charley Hoffman  +13500
Aaron Wise  +13500
Adam Hadwin  +15000
Charles Howell III  +15000
Gary Woodland  +15000
Brian Harman  +15000
Martin Kaymer  +15000
Luke List  +15000
Peter Uihlein  +15000
Kiradech Aphibarnrat  +15000
Kevin Chappell  +15000
Jason Dufner  +15000
Si Woo Kim  +15000
Thorbjorn Olesen  +15000
Steve Stricker  +15000
Danny Willett  +17500
Andrew Johnston  +20000
Satoshi Kodaira  +20000
Ross Fisher  +20000
Aaron Rai  +20000
Alexander Levy  +25000


5 Must Watch NFL Week 15 Games

5 Must Watch NFL Week 15 Games

With three weeks left in the 2018 NFL regular season and there are FIVE must watch and must bet games for NFL Week 15 action. Click here for live NFL odds.

5 Must Watch NFL Week 15 Games

Chargers (10-3) at Chiefs (11-2),
When: 8:20 p.m., Thursday, December 13th
TV: NFL Network
Opening line: Chiefs -3½

Week 15’s Thursday Night Football AFC West showdown continues a recent trend of big prime-time matchups as the Chargers visit the red-hot Chiefs. This season, the Chargers are 10-3 straight-up and 7-6 against the spread. In their last ten primetime games, the Bolts are a mere 3-7 SU and 4-5-1 ATS. L.A. is also a dismal 2-10 SU in its past 12 divisional road games. On the other side, the Chiefs are 11-1 SU and 8-4-1 ATS this season. In their past 20 AFC West games, KC is 19-1 SU and 14-6 ATS. Moreover, the Chiefs have also won nine-straight games against the Chargers while going 7-2 ATS in that span. That includes a Week 1 win when KC covered as a 3.5-point underdog at Los Angeles. Plus KC is 6-0 SU and 3-3 ATS at home this season. There is some good news for Chargers bettors; KC is an ugly 0-3-1 ATS in their past four games.

Browns (5-7-1) at Broncos (6-7),
When: 8:20 p.m., Saturday, December 15th
TV: NFL Network
Opening line: Broncos -3½

The Browns are no longer the laughing stock of the NFL beating the Ravens, Falcons, and Bengals. Moreover, in 2018 Cleveland has been a profitable team for NFL spread bettors going 8-5 ATS (fifth best in the NFL) that includes covering the spread on the road three times. They face a Broncos team that has been money when they’re playing the Browns. Since the beginning of the 1991 season, the Broncos are 11-0 SU and 9-2 ATS. This season Denver is 6-6-1 ATS overall and 2-3-1 ATS at home.

Cowboys (8-5) at Colts (7-6)
When: 1 p.m., Sunday, December 16th
TV: Fox
Opening line: Colts -3

The Cowboys are America’s hottest team going 5-0 SU and ATS in recent weeks. On the other side, the Colts are 6-1 SU and 4-2-1 ATS over the last seven. Who will close out Week 15 with the W? Dallas is 1-2 versus AFC South teams. Indy has been an excellent ATS bet versus the NFC going 10-3 ATS in their last 13 against the conference.

Packers (5-7-1) at Bears (9-4)
When: 1 p.m., Sunday, December 16th
TV: Fox
Opening line: Bears -5.5

A December NFC North battle between the Packers and Da Bears is always a must-watch affair. Green Bay overcame a 20-point deficit for a thrilling 24-23 win over Chicago in Week 1. Will the Bears get a measure of revenge this week?

Saints (11-2) at Panthers (6-7)
When: 8:15 p.m., Monday, December 17th
Opening line: Saints -6½

At 11-2 SU and 10-3 ATS, the Saints are one of 2018’s safest bets. Moreover, New Orleans is 3-3 SU and 6-0 ATS in six straight games versus the Panthers going back to 2015. The Panthers are 6-7 SU and 5-8 ATS this season. Carolina has been a bad bet since week 10, going 0-5 SU and ATS.

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