Early NFL Week 14 Trending Odds

Look Ahead NFL Week 14 Trending Odds

NFL Week 13 has yet to kick-off however 5Dimes NFL oddsmakers have released the early NFL Week 14 odds and here are the top trending betting spreads receiving the most attention.

Early NFL Week 14 Trending Odds

Thursday, December 5, 2019

Dallas -3 at Chicago
at 8:20 PM ET

The Cowboys have a bunch of talent on both sides of the ball, but they’ve fallen far short of living up to their playoff hopes this season. Chicago has also underachieved in a big way after winning a dozen games a year ago. More importantly, every man, woman and child in America knows Mitch Trubisky can’t play. Dallas looks like the lesser of two evils in Week 14.

Sunday, December 8, 2019

Baltimore -7 at Buffalo
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The Bills have been surprisingly resilient this season and they have a rock-solid defense. The bad news is that all but one of their victories heading into Week 13 had come against teams with losing records. Lamar Jackson and the red-hot Ravens look like a runaway locomotive heading into this Week 14 matchup of likely AFC playoff participants.

Washington at Green Bay -14½
at 1:00 PM ET

Aaron Rodgers and the Packers are playing at home in December against an awful Redskins team whose young, potential, franchise quarterback would rather be taking selfies with fans than actually finishing games. If this Week 14 mismatch isn’t over by halftime, I’ll be shocked.

San Francisco at New Orleans -3
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The Niners have a phenomenal defense, but I still remain skeptical about quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo, particularly in big games. Drew Brees and the Saints are playing at home in what will likely be their most important regular season contest of the season. With the top seed in the NFC possibly on the line in this huge matchup, I think the Saints go marching in!

Indianapolis at Tampa Bay PK
at 1:00 PM ET

The Bucs are playing at home and they can put points on the board with anyone. Unfortunately, they also have a quarterback in Jameis Winston that has a penchant for throwing untimely – and multiple – interceptions at the worst possible time. With a potential playoff spot on the line, I like Jacoby Brissett and the competitive Colts to answer the bell in this inter-conference clash.

Kansas City at New England -4
at 4:25 PM ET

While New England beat Kansas City 43-40 at home in the regular season a year ago and knocked off the Chiefs 37-31 on the road in last season’s conference championship, Andy Reid has managed to beat Bill Belichick twice in the last five meetings dating back to 2014. More importantly, the Chiefs have had three 40-point performances during the span. I smell an upset brewing in this intriguing Week 14 matchup of AFC heavyweights.

Pittsburgh -1 at Arizona
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The Steelers are fighting for a playoff spot and they’re definitely better off with Mason Rudolph now on the bench. Still, Kyler Murray is definitely the real deal and Arizona has been competitive in almost every game this season. Arizona holds it down in the desert as Murray outplays Ben Roethlisberger’s latest clipboard holder.

Tennessee at Oakland PK
at 4:25 PM ET

Tennessee has gotten a big boost on the offensive side of the ball after replacing Marcus Mariota with Ryan Tannehill.
The Raiders are playing at home with a chance to challenge for a playoff berth. Still, after seeing Oakland get completely blown out of the water by the lowly Jets in Week 12, I don’t have any faith whatsoever in Jon Gruden’s squad.

Seattle -3 at LA Rams
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What a difference a year makes. At this time last season, the Rams were clearly superior to Seattle and they backed it up by reaching Super Bowl 53. Now, however, the Rams’ once, high-powered offense can barely get in the end zone. Conversely, Seattle is firing on all cylinders and have an MVP-caliber superstar that can virtually win games by himself. Even on the road, the Seahawks look like they’ll fly high.

Monday, December 9, 2019

New York Giants at Philadelphia -8
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The injury-riddled Eagles and struggling quarterback Carson Wentz have not come close to living up to their Super Bowl expectations this season. While rookie Daniel Jones has been impressive in his debut season, the Birds are desperate and lame duck New York head coach Pat Shurmur is clearly overmatched. Philly gets it done against their longtime NFC East rivals!

NFL Thanksgiving Week Early Trending Odds

NFL Thanksgiving Week Trending Odds

Who is ready for Thanksgiving Week football? Here are the top opening NFL trending odds that you need to check out before the early bets start shifting odds.

NFL Thanksgiving Week Early Trending Odds

Thursday, November 28

Chicago at Detroit PK
at 12:30 PM ET

Mitch Trubisky might be Chicago’s Achilles heel, but without Matthew Stafford under center, the desperate Bears look like the easy pick in this longtime NFC North division rivalry – or maybe you missed Jeff Driskel’s inept performance against Washington in Week 12.

Buffalo at Dallas -7.5
at 4:30 PM ET

The Cowboys might be playing at home, but beating Josh Allen and the resilient Bills by eight points definitely looks like too tall a task for Dallas on Thanksgiving Day.

Sunday, December 1, 2019

San Francisco at Baltimore -4.5
at 1:00 PM ET

This Week 13 matchup could very well turn out to be a preview of this season’s Super Bowl. Frisco looked fantastic in their Sunday night win over Aaron Rodgers and the Packers, but Lamar Jackson and the Ravens have won seven straight. This inter-conference clash looks like a classic field goal finish to me.

Tennessee at Indianapolis –½
at 1:00 PM ET

After opening up a can on Jacksonville on Sunday to the tune of 42 points, the Titans have scored a whopping 77 points over their last two games. Indy has dropped three of four, but the Colts are completely desperate right now and they’ve won three straight over Tennessee.

Green Bay -7.5 at NY Giants
at 1:00 PM ET

Daniel Jones and the G-Men put up a valiant effort against Chicago before falling on Sunday. It won’t matter much as Aaron Rodgers and a Packers team that has dropped two of three takes out their frustration for the emphatic road win.

Cleveland at Pittsburgh -2.5
at 1:00 PM ET

Baker Mayfield and the Browns have won three straight including their now, infamous 21-7 ‘helmet-swinging’ smackdown win over Pittsburgh two weeks ago. Pittsburgh will likely make a change at quarterback to Devlin Hodges after benching the ineffective Mason Rudolph on Sunday. Make no mistake about it, this Week 13 AFC North battle is must-see TV!

LA Rams -4 at Arizona
at 4:05 PM ET

There should probably be a missing person’s report out on the Rams’ once vaunted offense (24.3 ppg) at this stage of the 2019 campaign. Despite dropping three straight, I’m thinking elusive rookie Kyler Murray and the Cardinals look quite dangerous at home in this NFC West matchup.

Oakland at Kansas City -9
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Derek Carr and the Raiders looked completely inept in their stunning 34-3 blowout loss against the Jets on Sunday. Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs are coming off a bye and look like they’ll easily duplicate their convincing 28-10 Week 2 win in this AFC West rivalry.

New England -4.5 at Houston
at 8:20 PM ET

The Texans might be playing at home and they might have an MVP-caliber superstar in quarterback Deshaun Watson. No matter. While Tom Brady doesn’t have many dangerous weapons at his disposal, the Patriots, led by their stingy defense, are still the pick to get it done against the wildly inconsistent Texans in Week 13.

Monday, December 2

Minnesota at Seattle -2.5
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Minnesota has won two straight and six of their last seven. Kirk cousins and company are also coming into this contest well-rested after getting a bye this past weekend. Still, Seattle has won four straight and Russell Wilson is having another MVP-caliber campaign. Oh, and then there’s the fact that I still don’t trust the mostly mediocre Cousins.

Rivalry Week College Football Early Odds

Rivalry Week College Football Odds

Welcome to Rivalry Week in college football! This is when school pride takes the front seat ahead of stats, records and which bowl game is in the cards. Click here for the complete list of college football rivalry week odds.

Rivalry Week College Football Early Odds

No. 18 Cincinnati at No. 17 Memphis -12

Cincinnati has won nine straight, but Memphis has won seven in a row. Cincy’s only loss this season came on the road while Memphis is unbeaten at home this season (5-0). The Tigers also average almost 14 points per game more than the Bearcats in this Week 14 AAC conference clash.

The Game
No. 2 Ohio State -9 at No. 10 Michigan
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First Meeting: October 16, 1897
Michigan leads, 58–50–6

The Game might be one of the biggest rivalry matchups there is, but Ohio State has dominated by winning seven straight dating back to 2012. Michigan has won four consecutive games, but unbeaten No. 2 Ohio State is ranked first in scoring (49.4 ppg) and points allowed (10.5 ppg).

Palmetto Bowl
No. 3 Clemson -26 at South Carolina
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First Meeting: November 12, 1896
Clemson leads, 70–42–4

This annual rivalry matchup has been called the Palmetto Bowl since 2014, but the defending national champion Clemson Tigers have won five straight against South Carolina. More importantly, the Tigers have put at least 52 points on the board in four straight while the Gamecocks have dropped two straight while getting held to 15 points or less in each contest.

Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate
No. 4 Georgia -29 at Georgia Tech
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Played since: 1893
Series record: Georgia leads 64-39-5
Governor’s Cup

The Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate rivalry dates back to 1893, but Georgia has won two straight by at least 24 points. The Bulldogs have won five straight while limiting the opposition to 17 points or less. While Georgia Tech got past NC State 28-26 this past weekend to snap a three-game losing streak, the Yellow Jackets have been limited to 10 points or less in two of their last four.

Iron Bowl
No. 5 Alabama -3 at No. 16 Auburn
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Played since: 1893
Series record: Alabama leads 42-35-1

Alabama has won two straight since suffering their only loss of the season while Auburn has alternated SU wins and losses over their last four games. While Alabama won this annual Iron Bowl rivalry matchup 52-21 a year ago, the Crimson Tide are without star quarterback Tua Tagovailoa and that could mean big trouble against an Auburn team that upset Alabama in 2017.

Paul Bunyan’s Axe
No. 13 Wisconsin -4 at No. 9 Minnesota
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First meeting: November 15, 1890
Tied, 60–60–8 (.500)

Minnesota bounced back from their only loss of the season by beating Northwestern on Saturday to narrowly cover the spread as a 15.5-point home favorite. Wisconsin has won three straight and the Badgers have the better statistical defense in this one by almost seven points. I smell an upset brewing.

No. 11 Baylor -14 at Kansas
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One-loss Baylor might not be getting the respect they deserve, but the Bears look like the easy pick as a two-touchdown road favorite in this one. Kansas has dropped three straight while getting held to 13 points or less in two of those contests. Naylor has won each of the last 10 meetings in this series including a 19-point win last season as a 7.5-point home favorite.

Civil War
Oregon State at No. 14 Oregon -20.5
at 4:00 PM ET
Played since: 1894
Series record: Oregon leads 61-46-10

Oregon might have suffered a seriously damaging road loss against Arizona State on Saturday. Oregon State has picked up the pace by winning three of their last five while topping the 50-point plateau in two of those contests. Oregon has also won two straight in this Civil war rivalry by at least 40 points.

Legends Trophy
No. 15 Notre Dame -14.5 at Stanford
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January 1, 1925
Notre Dame leads, 19-13

The Legends Trophy rivalry game has been played annually since 1997. The Irish snapped a three-game losing streak in this series by routing Stanford 38-17 last season as a 4.5-point home favorite. Notre Dame has won four straight while scoring 38 or more in each of their last three. Stanford has dropped three straight while getting held to 22 points or less in each contest.

No Name Rivalry
Texas A&M at No. 1 LSU -15
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December 2, 1899
LSU leads, 33-21-3

This annual matchup might not seem like a rivalry affair, but it actually is. Unfortunately, Texas A&M is facing a tall task in trying to get past, unbeaten and top-ranked LSU in this affair. LSU has put at least 56 points on the board in each of their last two games despite failing to cover the spread in each contest. The Tigers have failed to cover the chalk in three of their last four – and two straight times at home.

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Early NFL Week 13 Odds

NFL Week 12 starts today; however, if you want to bet on the early NFL Week 13 odds, 5Dimes has you covered. First Week 13 offers a full slate of games with no more bye-weeks for the first time since Week 3.

Week 13 kicks-off with a trio of Thanksgiving Day games. First the Bears are on the road to tackle the Lions then the Bills ride into Texas to take a shot at Dak, Zeke, Amari and the Cowboys. And finally for those of you who survive the inevitable turkey comas the Saints are marching into Georgia to face the Falcons.

Early NFL Week 13 Odds

Thursday, November 28

Chicago at Detroit -2½
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The Lions will be looking for revenge for their 20-13 Week 10 road loss to the Bears, and I’d say they’d get it if Matthew Stafford was starting this game. However, with Detroit’s franchise signal-caller out of the lineup with fractures in his back, I expect Chicago’s defense to harass Jeff Driskel to get the big road win and narrow cover!

Buffalo at Dallas -7
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The Bills have won four of five on the road this season while Dallas has gone 3-2 at home. Both teams have excellent defenses in this inter-conference clash. Still, the Cowboys have the edge at quarterback and every other skill position on the offensive side of the ball. Still, the Bills take this one down to the final possession or two in an affair that looks like a classic field goal contest waiting to happen.

New Orleans at Atlanta +5½
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The Saints will be out for revenge after getting smacked around in their stunning 26-9 Week 10 home loss against Atlanta. Drew Brees and company are the pick to get the straight-up road win. Still, I like Matt Ryan and Atlanta’s suddenly stingy defense to turn this one into an all-out street brawl if they continue playing the way they have the last few weeks.

Sunday, December 1

Green Bay at NY Giants +7½
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School will be in session as Aaron Rodgers shows rookie Giants signal-caller Daniel Jones how its done while leading the Packers to an emphatic win in a contest that should be over by halftime.

Washington at Carolina -8½
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With Carolina getting held to 16 points or less three times since Week 8, the honeymoon looks like its over for Kyle Allen in Carolina. Still, the Redskins are so utterly dysfunctional at this point of the season, it will be a minor miracle if Washington makes this Week 13 matchup a competitive contest.

San Francisco at Baltimore -4½
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The Niners have narrowly avoided a loss against elusive rookie Kyler Murray twice this season. Still, they did fall to Russell Wilson a couple of weeks back, and I believe their stout defense is in for more trouble against the blossoming Lamar Jackson, who, by the way, is clearly better than Frisco’s Jimmy Garoppolo.

Tennessee at Indianapolis -4
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Tennessee is finding life under Ryan Tannehill a bit better than it was under Marcus Mariota. Still, neither signal-caller is as god as Indy’s Jacoby Brissett and Colts head coach Frank Reich has a massive edge over Mike Vrabel in this AFC South rivalry. Indianapolis takes care of business at home to give their playoff hopes a boost!

Philadelphia at Miami +7½
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The Birds haven’t been playing their best football recently. Still, the Birds are desperate to reach the playoffs, and they are far more talented on both sides of the ball than the rebuilding Dolphins. Miami needs to lose every game from here on in if they want to have a shot at the top pick in next year’s NFL draft. I smell a huge blowout looming!

Oakland at Kansas City -9
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The Raiders have been one of the most pleasant surprises in the league so far this season, mostly because they’ve found out that rookie running back Josh Jacobs is way better than anyone could have imagined. Still, though, the Chiefs are playing at home and looking to increase their chances of getting a high seed in the AFC playoffs. After spanking their division rivals in Week 2, Kansas City completes the regular-season sweep.

Tampa Bay at Jacksonville -4½
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Veteran quarterback Nick Foles is back under center. Still, I think the Jags are going to miss the overachieving ways of rookie signal-caller Gardner Minshew. Still, Jacksonville looks solid at home, mostly because Tampa Bay’s soon-to-be, former starter, Jameis Winston can’t stop throwing passes to the other team.

NY Jets at Cincinnati +3
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Could the lowly Bengals get a win here at home against the disappointing Jets? Nope, not as long as Ryan Finley is calling the shots in Cincinnati. The strong-armed Sam Darnold outplays his mediocre Week 13 counterpart to lead the J-E-T-S to the solid road win.

LA Rams at Arizona +4
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The Rams just don’t look like the same team they’ve been the last couple of years and maybe it’s because everyone has finally caught up to Sean McVay’s offensive scheme. Maybe it’s me, but I’m thinking L.A. is in trouble in this road date against the clearly gifted Kyler Murray and an Arizona Cardinals team that has been surprisingly competitive all season long.

LA Chargers at Denver PK
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Philip Rivers and the Bolts have been at their underachieving best this season. Still, Denver’s offense is borderline pathetic, even though they’ve taken a step in the right direction by apparently moving on from virtually washed-up veteran Joe Flacco.

Cleveland at Pittsburgh -2½
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Fight, fight, fight! Forgive me for my lapse back into my instigating middle school ways, but I’m thinking the Steelers are going to punch the Browns in the mouth from the outset in Week 13. Pittsburgh will be looking to exact some revenge for their now, infamous 21-7 road loss against Cleveland, and I believe they’ll get it.

New England at Houston +4½
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While the Texans have an unadulterated star in young quarterback Deshaun Watson, Houston has been wildly inconsistent all season long. Unfortunately, that’s a bad recipe for success against Tom Brady and Bill Belichick, even at home.

Monday, December 2

Minnesota at Seattle -3
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The final game on the Week 13 docket features two teams with fantastic defenses. The bad news for the Vikings, however, is that Kirk Cousins doesn’t come close to measuring up against Seattle’s Russell Wilson. That and the fact that Seattle is playing at home should spell doom for Minnesota!

2019 NFL MVP Race Is Down To Lamar & Russell

2019 NFL MVP Race Is Down To Lamar & Russell

With five weeks left in the season, the NFL MVP race is down to the two players according to the latest 5Dimes’ betting odds. QB Lamar Jackson is the favorite at +140 followed by Russell Wilson at +180. Deshaun Watson is a distant third at +1100. Aaron Rodgers and last year’s winner Patrick Mahomes round out the top five at +1500.

Jackson is leading the way for MVP after wins over Wilson’s Seahawks and Watson’s Texans. If that’s not enough to convince you of Jackson’s front runner status. Here is how Jackson, midway through his second season stacks, up with Wilson, who has been in the league since 2012, now that they have played the same number of games this season.

Total Yards Total TDs INTs + Fumbles QBR Record
Wilson 2,993 26 7 78.0 (1st) 8-2
Jackson 3,046 25 9 77.8 (3rd) 8-2

Need more proof. Here is the President of the Lamar Jackson for MVP committee.

2019 NFL MVP odds

  • Lamar Jackson +140
  • Russell Wilson +180
  • Deshaun Watson +1100
  • Aaron Rodgers +1500
  • Patrick Mahomes +1500
  • Dak Prescott +1600
  • Christian McCaffrey +3000
  • Jimmy Garoppolo +3000
  • Kirk Cousins +4000
  • Dalvin Cook +5000
  • Tom Brady +6000
  • Drew Brees +10000
  • Michael Thomas +10000
  • Alvin Kamara +12500
  • Carson Wentz +15000
  • DeAndre Hopkins +15000
  • Ezekiel Elliot +15000
  • Julio Jones +15000
  • Jacoby Brissett +15000
  • Derek Carr +25000
  • Khalil Mack +25000
  • Todd Gurley +30000
  • Leonard Fournette +50000
  • Baker Mayfield +50000
  • Matt Ryan +100000
  • Jameis Winston +100000
Early Trending Bowl Game Odds

Updated College Football Futures

This week’s College Football Playoff rankings are overshadowed by quarterback Tua Tagovailoa‘s season-ending hip injury. Now Joe Burrow‘s path to Heisman glory is clear, and the Crimson Tide are not likely to make the Four-Team College Football Playoff let alone win. Click here for the latest college football betting futures odds.

Updated College Football Futures

The LSU Tigers remain atop the College Football Playoff rankings and are third to win the national title at +325. Alabama remains ranked at fifth while their odds to win the title are +2350. The second-ranked Ohio State Buckeyes are the betting favorite to win the National Title, followed by No. 3 Clemson at +250. Fourth-ranked Georgia is listed at +900 to win the College Football National Title.

LSU QB and probably 2020 first overall pick Joe Burrow is the -1750 betting favorite to win the Heisman. OSU QB Justin Fields is the second favorite at +600. Former Bama QB and current Sooner Jalen Hurts is the third favorite at +1700.

Heisman Trophy Odds

  • Joe Burrow (QB LSU) -1750
  • Justin Fields (QB Ohio State) +600
  • Jalen Hurts (QB Oklahoma) +1700
  • J.K Dobbins (RB Ohio State) +10000
  • Justin Herbert (QB Oregon) +10000
  • Jonathan Taylor (RB Wisconsin) +10000
  • D’Andre Swift (RB Georgia) +10000
  • Travis Etienne (RB Clemson) +20000
  • Trevor Lawrence (QB Clemson) +25000

College Football National Title Odds

  • Ohio State +180
  • Clemson +250
  • LSU +325
  • Georgia +900
  • Alabama +2350
  • Oklahoma +2500
  • Utah +3000
  • Oregon +3000
  • Penn State +10000
  • Florida +20000
  • Baylor +50000
  • Minnesota U +50000
  • Wisconsin +50000
  • Michigan +50000
NFL ATS Betting Analysis Week 12

NFL ATS Betting Analysis Week 12

NFL Week 12 betting spreads dropped last night even with Monday Night Football still in the sights. Here are all of the early betting spreads you need to target ASAP.

NFL ATS Betting Analysis Week 12

Indianapolis at Houston
8:20 PM ET
Houston -6

Deshaun Watson might be the ‘bigger’ name quarterback in this Week 13 AFC South divisional battle, but the Indianapolis Colts just keep finding ways to win with the unheralded Jacoby Brissett under center. Maybe it’s me, but I’m thinking Bill O’Brien’s time is about to come to an end in Houston.

Pittsburgh at Cincinnati
1:00 PM ET
Pittsburgh -7

The Steelers and Mason Rudolph might have looked mostly inept in their nationally-televised loss to Cleveland, but there’s nothing like a date against the pitiful Bengals to get a team back on track!

Seattle at Philadelphia
1:00 PM ET
Philadelphia -2.5

With losses, this season against the lowly Falcon and Lions, not to mention three defeats in their last five games, Philadelphia is facing a tall order in getting past MVP contender Russell Wilson and a Seattle Seahawks team whose only losses this season have come against two legitimate Super Bowl contenders (New Orleans and Baltimore).

Tampa Bay at Atlanta
1:00 PM ET
Atlanta -2.5

The Falcons have jumped all over New Orleans and Carolina the last two weeks while allowing just 12 combined points along the way. Now, heading into week 13, taking out the interception-tossing Jameis Winston and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers looks like a walk in the park.

Miami at Cleveland
1:00 PM ET
Cleveland -10.5

The Browns may have won two straight, but Baker Mayfield and company haven’t exactly looked overpowering in subduing the Bills and beat-up Steelers the last two weeks. Miami is actually looking relatively competent the last three weeks and an ATS cover as a double-digit road dog looks quite possible for the rebuilding Fins.

Carolina at New Orleans
1:00 PM ET
New Orleans -6.5

At this points of the season, Kyle Allen has been anointed as Carolina’s future starter while rumors suggest Cam Newton’s time has come to an end with the Panthers. The bad news though, is that Allen has looked completely and utterly pedestrian as Carolina has dropped two straight and three of four while getting held to 16 points or less in each loss.

Jacksonville at Tennessee
4:05 PM ET
Tennessee -2.5

The return of veteran Nick Foles didn’t help Jacksonville at all as they got blown out by Indianapolis on Sunday. Still, I’m going with the Super Bowl-winning signal-caller to outplay Ryan Tannehill or whoever starts under center for the mediocre Titans in this AFC South divisional battle.

Dallas at New England
4:25 PM ET
New England -7

The Cowboys picked up a big win against the lowly Lions on Sunday to give their playoff hopes a big boost, but Dallas underachieves at the worst possible time and I don’t see them challenging New England in Week 13 no matter how many rose-colored glasses I put on.

Green Bay at San Francisco
8:20 PM ET
San Francisco -4

The Niners are playing at home in a ‘Game of the week’ kind of matchup, but I’m expecting the difference in this matchup of legitimate NFC title contenders to be the fact that the Packers have an MVP-caliber superstar under center in Aaron Rodgers while the Niners have what everyone now knows is a good, but certainly not great, Jimmy G leading the way.

Baltimore at LA Rams
8:15 PM ET
Baltimore -2

Well, it looks like everyone else has finally figured out how to stop Sean McVay’s potent offense. Jared Goff is completely mediocre while Baltimore’s Lamar Jackson suddenly looks like one of, if not the, best young signal-callers in all of football. Despite being on the road, the Ravens add to the Super Bowl legitimacy!

College Football Early Trending Odds Week 13

College Football Early Trending Odds Week 13

5Dimes oddsmakers dropped Week 13’s college football odds yesterday and here are the early trending betting spreads and over/under totals.

College Football Early Trending Odds Week 13

Penn State at Ohio State
12:00 PM ET
Ohio State -19
Total: 59

The Buckeyes might be ranked first in scoring – and – fewest points allowed, but keep in mind that each of the last three meetings between these Big Ten rivals has been decided by three points or less, with the last two being decided by an identical one point.

Illinois at Iowa
12:00 PM ET
Iowa -12
Total: 58

Illinois handed previously unbeaten No. 9 Minnesota their first loss of the season on Saturday, but Love Smith has guided the Fighting Illini’ to an impressive four straight wins. Expect a knock-down, drag-out fight to the finish that comes down to the final possession or two.

Minnesota at Northwestern
12:00 PM ET
Minnesota -7
Total: 38

After suffering a completely damaging loss to Iowa that ruined their hopes for an unbeaten season, Minnesota will surely take out their frustration in a big way on completely overmatched Northwestern in Week 13.

Texas A&M at Georgia
3:30 PM ET
Georgia -14
Total: 46

The Aggies have won four straight for head coach Jimbo Fisher, but each of their three losses this season have come against elite title contender (Clemson, Auburn, and Alabama). Georgia extends its own four-game winning streak in this one, but the Aggies look like a solid pick to cover the chalk as two-touchdown underdogs.

Texas at Baylor
3:30 PM ET
Baylor -5
Total: 60

Baylor suffered a humongous comeback loss against Oklahoma on Saturday to ruin their unbeaten run at nine games. The good news though is that the Bears look like a great pick to bounce back at home against an underachieving Texas Longhorns squad that has dropped three of its last five.

Michigan at Indiana
3:30 PM ET
Michigan -7
Total: 51.5

The Hoosiers are playing at home against a Michigan team that has only one more win on the season than they do, but the Wolverines have been getting some great production from their offense and dare I say it, quarterback Shea Patterson actually looks competent.

Purdue at Wisconsin
4:00 PM ET
Wisconsin -22
Total: 45.5

Purdue has won two straight, but the Boilermakers have given up at least 34 points in five of their six losses this season. Wisconsin has put 38 points or more on the board in three of their last four wins and this looks like a matchup where superstar running back Jonathan Taylor could run wild.

Arkansas at LSU
7:00 PM ET
LSU -46
Total: 72.5

Arkansas has lost seven straight while suffering a pair of identical 41-point losses in two of their last four defeats. Joe Burrow and the top-ranked Tigers are facing a big spread in this Week 13 SEC matchup, but I don’t think there’s a number too big for the Tigers to cover the spread against the awful razorbacks.

Oregon at Arizona State
7:30 PM ET
Oregon -16
Total: 53

Arizona State has lost four straight while giving up 31 points or more in each of their last three losses. That simply doesn’t bode well as the Sun Devils get set to host an Oregon team that has won nine straight while putting 35 points or more on the board in each of their last five games.

TCU at Oklahoma
8:00 PM ET
Oklahoma -19
Total: 62

TCU may have managed to get past Texas Tech 33-31 this past weekend, but the Horned Frogs just don;t have the firepower they need in order to upset Jalen Hurts and an Oklahoma Sooners team that will be looking to give their playoff hopes a big shot in the arm down the stretch run of the regular season.

Rivalry Week College Football Early Odds

CFB Week 12 Spreads, Totals, TV & Streaming Schedule

Get your calendars out. There are several college football games this week that will affect not only the National Championship dreams but conference title hopes.

CFB Week 12 Spreads, Totals, TV & Streaming Schedule


8:00 PM Northern Illinois @ Toledo -2, 53 ESPN2 Anish Shroff, John Congemi
8:00 PM Bowling Green @ Miami (OH) -17½, 49½ ESPNU Chris Cotter, Mark Herzlich


7:00 PM Buffalo @ Kent State +6½, 56½ CBSSN Dave Ryan, Aaron Murray
8:00 PM North Carolina @ Pittsburgh -4, 50½ ESPN Adam Amin, Matt Hasselbeck, Pat McAfee


7:00 PM Louisiana Tech @ Marshall -2½, 56 CBSSN
9:30 PM Fresno State @ San Diego State +1, 42½ ESPN2 Dave Flemming, Tom Ramsey


12:00 PM Indiana @ 9 Penn State -14½, 54½ ABC Jason Benetti, Rod Gilmore, Quint Kessenich
12:00 PM 11 Florida @ Missouri +7, 50½ CBS Carter Blackburn, Aaron Taylor, Rick Neuheisel
12:00 PM Michigan State @ 15 Michigan -13½, 44 FOX Gus Johnson, Joel Klatt
12:00 PM 5 Alabama @ Miss St +20, 63 ESPN Steve Levy, Brian Griese, Todd McShay
12:00 PM TCU @ Texas Tech +3½, 56 ESPN2 Dave Neal, DJ Shockley
12:00 PM Kansas @ 22 Oklahoma State -17½, 66 FS1 Dan Hellie, Ben Leber
12:00 PM Tulane @ Temple +6, 54½ ESPNU Kevin Brown, Andre Ware
12:00 PM 14 Wisconsin @ Nebraska +14½, 51 BTN Kevin Kugler, Matt Millen
12:00 PM Massachusetts @ Northwestern -40½, 56½ BTN Lisa Byington, J Leman
12:00 PM VMI @ Army CBSSN Ben Holden, Ross Tucker
12:00 PM Alabama State @ Florida State -40½, 53 ACC RSNs Tom Werme, James Bates
1:00 PM UTEP @ UAB -18½, 45 ESPN3
2:30 PM 23 Navy @ 16 Notre Dame -8, 54 NBC Mike Tirico, Doug Flutie
3:00 PM Idaho State @ BYU BYU TV Dave McCann, Blaine Fowler
3:00 PM Coastal Carolina @ Arkansas St -12½, 60½ ESPN+
3:00 PM ULM @ Georgia Southern -7, 57½ ESPN+
3:00 PM Troy @ Texas State +8½, 61 ESPN3
3:30 PM Wake Forest @ 3 Clemson -34½, 60 ABC Bob Wischusen, Dan Orlovsky
3:30 PM 4 Georgia @ 12 Auburn +2½, 40½ CBS Brad Nessler, Gary Danielson
3:30 PM West Virginia @ 24 Kansas State -14, 47½ ESPN Mark Jones, Dusty Dvoracek
3:30 PM 18 Memphis @ Houston +10½, 68½ ESPN2 Beth Mowins, Anthony Becht, Rocky Boiman
3:30 PM 19 Texas @ Iowa State -7, 66 FS1 Brian Custer, Robert Smith
3:30 PM Kentucky @ Vanderbilt +10½, 43½ SECN Taylor Zarzour, Matt Stinchcomb
3:30 PM 2 Ohio State @ Rutgers +52½, 61½ BTN Brandon Gaudin, James Laurinaitis
3:30 PM Central Michigan @ Ball State -2½, 58 CBSSN John Sadak, Randy Cross
3:30 PM Virginia Tech @ Georgia Tech +5½, 52 ACC RSNs Evan Lepler, Dave Archer
4:00 PM 8 Minnesota @ 20 Iowa -3, 44 FOX Joe Davis, Brock Huard
4:00 PM Wyoming @ Utah State -6½, 50 ESPNU Mike Couzens, Kirk Morrison
4:00 PM Syracuse @ Duke -10½, 54 ACCN Wes Durham, Roddy Jones, Eric Wood
4:00 PM Hawaii @ UNLV +7, 74 Stadium (FB)
4:00 PM Incarnate Word @ New Mexico St -7½, 60 FSN Ariz+
4:30 PM Stanford @ Washington St -10, 63½ P12N Ted Robinson, Yogi Roth
4:30 PM Rice @ Middle Tennessee -14½, 47½ ESPN+
5:00 PM ULL @ South Alabama +28, 53½ ESPN+
6:00 PM Southern Mississippi @ UTSA +16½, 52 ESPN+
7:00 PM 1 LSU @ Ole Miss +21, 65 ESPN Sean McDonough, Todd Blackledge
7:00 PM Air Force @ Colorado State +10½, 61½ ESPN2 Roy Philpott, Kelly Stouffer
7:00 PM 17 Cincinnati @ South Florida +14, 49½ CBSSN Rich Waltz, Corey Chavous
7:30 PM 10 Oklahoma @ 13 Baylor +10, 67½ ABC Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit
7:30 PM Arizona State @ Oregon State +3, 58½ FS1 Aaron Goldsmith, Jordan Palmer
7:30 PM 25 Appalachian St @ Georgia St +16½, 62 ESPNU Clay Matvick, Ryan Leaf
7:30 PM South Carolina @ Texas A&M -11, 50½ SECN Tom Hart, Jordan Rodgers, Cole Cubelic
7:30 PM Louisville @ N.C. State +4, 58 ACCN Dave O’Brien, Tim Hasselbeck
8:00 PM UCLA @ 7 Utah -21, 51½ FOX Tim Brando, Spencer Tillman
10:15 PM New Mexico @ 21 Boise St -28, 59 ESPN2 Mike Corey, Rene Ingoglia
10:30 PM Arizona @ 6 Oregon -27, 68½ ESPN Dave Pasch, Greg McElroy, Tom Luginbill
11:00 PM USC @ California +6½, 48½ FS1 Provus, Vereen, Papadakis
2020 College Football Week 2 Must Watch Games

College Football Odds To Win The National Championship

The second College Football Playoff Rankings were released last night, and LSU’s victory over Alabama has pushed the Tigers to the top spot. The Buckeyes drop to second place, but with games against Penn State and Michigan still on the horizon, OSU can reclaim the top ranking.

The selection committee decided the significance of LSU’s five-point victory as six-point underdogs on the road at Bryant-Denny Stadium outweighed the impact of Ohio State’s 59-point win over 42-point underdog Maryland.

Undefeated defending national champion Clemson moved up two spots third in this week’s rankings, passing Alabama and previously-No. 4 Penn State, which lost at Minnesota, 31-26.

That leaves No. 4 Georgia, Alabama, Oregon, Utah, Minnesota, Penn State, Oklahoma, and Baylor remaining to fight it out for the final slot in the final four.

College Football Playoff Rankings & Odds To Win The National Championship

  1. LSU (9-0) +330
  2. Ohio State (9-0) +185
  3. Clemson (10-0) +300
  4. Georgia (8-1) +1500
  5. Alabama (8-1) +975
  6. Oregon (8-1) +4000
  7. Utah (8-1) +5000
  8. Minnesota (9-0) +10000
  9. Penn State (8-1)
  10. Oklahoma (8-1)
  11. Florida (8-2) +85000
  12. Auburn (7-2) +75000
  13. Baylor (9-0) +15000
  14. Wisconsin (7-2) +250000
  15. Michigan (7-2) +50000
  16. Notre Dame (7-2) +50000
  17. Cincinnati (8-1)
  18. Memphis (8-1)
  19. Texas (6-3)
  20. Iowa (6-3)
  21. Boise State (8-1)
  22. Oklahoma State (6-3)
  23. Navy (7-1)
  24. Kansas State (6-3)
  25. Appalachian State (8-1)