UFC 249 Fight Odds & Props

UFC 250 Odds, Fight Card, Schedule, How To Watch

After recently completing a stretch where the organization put on three fight cards in eight days including one action-packed pay-per-view card, the UFC is back in Las Vegas. Click here for updated UFC 250 odds.

Dual-division champion Amanda Nunes will put her women’s featherweight championship on the line against Felicia Spencer in the headline bout of UFC 250. In the co-headline bout former champion Cody Garbrandt will take on Raphael Assuncao. Now, let’s look at the entire UFC 250 card.

UFC 250 Odds, Fight Card, Schedule, How To Watch

Felicia Spencer +440
Amanda Nunes -580

Nunes, (19-4) who turns 32-years-old on Saturday, holds both, the featherweight and bantamweight titles. She’s won 10 straight fights dating back to 2015. After beating Meisha Tate for the bantamweight title and dispatching the once, legendary Ronda Rousey in her first defense, Nunes has reeled off notable wins over the likes of Cris Cyborg for the featherweight title, Holly Holm and most recently, Germaine de Randamie at UFC 245.

29-year-old Canadian Felicia Spencer (8-1) rebounded from her only career loss against Cyborg at UFC 240 to beat Zarah Fairn Dos Santos via first round TKO (punches and elbows) in February. Spencer won the Invicta FC featherweight title in November 2018, but this will be the biggest fight of her career. 

Raphael Assuncao +115
Cody Garbrandt -135

37-year-old Brazilian Raphael Assuncao (27-7) will be looking to snap a two-fight losing streak that includes a unanimous decision loss against Cory Sandhagen at UFC 241 in August. 28-year-old veteran Cody Garbrandt (11-3) 

won the bantamweight title with a unanimous decision win over Dominick Cruz back in 2016, but since then, he’s lost three straight. After suffering a pair of consecutive TKO losses against T.J. Dillashaw, Garbrandt  suffered his third straight stoppage loss by getting knocked out in the first round (punches) against Pedro Munhoz in March of 2019. 

Cory Sandhagen -110
Aljamain Sterling -110

30-year-old Aljamain Sterling (18-3) has won four consecutive fights including a unanimous decision win over Pedro Munhoz at UFC 238 in June. 28-year-old Cory Sandhagen (12-1) comes into UFC 250 on a red-hot roll, having won seven straight fights including a unanimous decision win over Raphael Assuncao at UFC 241 in August. 

Anthony Rocco Martin +125
Neil Magny -145

30-year-old Anthony Rocco Martin (17-5) rebounded from a loss against veteran Demian Maia last June to beat Ramazan Emeev via unanimous decision in November to improve to 5-1 over his last six fights. 32-year-old Neil Magny (22-7)  has won three of his last four fights including a unanimous decision win over Li Jingliang at UFC 248 in March. 

Eddie Wineland +330
Sean O’Malley -410

35-year-old Eddie Wineland (24-13) comes into UFC 250 off a thrilling second round TKO (punches) win over Grigory Popov in June, but prior to that, Wineland lost two straight and four of his previous six fights overall. 25-year-old fan-favorite Sean O’Malley (11-0) remained unbeaten by pounding Jose Alberto Quinonez senseless en route to a stunning first round TKO (head kick and punches) win at UFC 248 in March. 

Alex Caceres +120
Chase Hopper -140

31-year-old Alex Caceres (15-12) comes into UFC 250 off a unanimous decision win over Steven Peterson last July, but he’s alternated wins and losses over his last six fights while going an uninspiring 5-7 over his last dozen fights. 

20-year-old Chase ‘The Teenage Dream’ Hopper (9-0-1) has won three straight and comes into this affair off a stunning first round TKO (elbows and punches) win over Daniel Teymur at UFC 245 in December. 

Gerald Meerschaert +105
Ian Heinisch -125

32-year-old Gerald Meerschaert (30-12) comes into UFC 250 off a third round submission (rear-naked choke) win over Deron Winn at UFC 248 in March, but prior to that, he lost three of four, though two of those losses were split decision defeats. 31-year-old Ian Heinisch (13-3) will look to snap a two-fight losing streak that includes a unanimous decision loss against Omari Akhmedov at UFC 245 in December. 

Brian Kelleher +205
Cody Stamann -245

33-year-old Brian Kelleher (21-10) has won two straight via stoppage including a second round KO (punches) win over Hunter Azure on May 13. 30-year-old Cody Stamann (18-2) comes into UFC 250 off a majority draw against Song Yadong in December but Song was deducted a point in the first round for an illegal knee. 

Maki Pitolo +150
Charles Byrd -170

29-year-old Maki Pitolo (12-5) had his three-fight winning streak snapped in his unanimous decision loss against Callan Potter at UFC 243 in October. 36-year-old veteran Charles Byrd (10-6) has dropped two straight fights via stoppage losses including a first round TKO (elbows and punches) loss against Edmen Shahbazyan at UFC 235 in March of 2019. 

Jussier Formiga +120
Alex Perez -140

35-year-old Jussier Formiga (23-7) has suffered two straight losses including a unanimous decision defeat against Brandon Moreno on March 14. 28-year-old Alex Perez (23-5) has won two straight and comes into UFC 250 off a stunning first round technical submission (arm-triangle choke) win over Jordan Espinosa in January. 

Devin Clark +185
Alonzo Menifield -225

30-year-old Devin Clark (11-4) comes into UFC 250 off a unanimous decision win over Dequan Townsend in February, but it should be noted that he’s also alternated wins and losses over his last seven fights. 32-year-old Alonzo Menifield (9-0) looks to remain unbeaten after pounding Paul Craig into submission via first round KO (punches) in June to record his eight KO finish in nine career fights. 

2020 Belmont Stakes Odds & Analysis

2020 Belmont Stakes Odds

The Belmont Stakes, traditionally the third and final event in the famed Triple Crown, will be the first leg to take place in 2020 as thoroughbred horse racing continues to move further into its now, revamped post coronavirus schedule. Click here for updated Belmont Stakes odds.

While the Belmont Stakes has also been the longest race of the three events, (Kentucky Derby, Preakness), this year, the Belmont Stakes has been shortened from its normal 1½ miles to 1/8 miles in order to deal with potential stamina and fatigue issues.

Now, with the 2020 Belmont Stakes set for June 20, let’s take a look at the latest odds to win. The legendary Kentucky Derby is set to be run on September 5 with the Preakness Stakes scheduled for October 3.

Belmont Stakes 2020 Odds

Tiz The Law +300

It’s two up and two down for the prohibitive favorite in 2020 after he brought home the bacon at the Holy Bull Stakes in February and the spectatorless Curlin Florida Derby in March.

Charlatan +350

Charlatan might not be the prohibitive favorite, but the Bob Baffert trained thoroughbred has one-upped Tiz The Law by going 3-for-3 in 2020. Charlatan won consecutive races at Santa Anita in February and March before ending up in the winner’s circle on May 2 at the Arkansas Derby.

Nadal +350

In keeping with the theme of Bob Baffert mounts that are upstaging the prohibitive favorite, Nadal has gone a perfect 4-for-4 in 2020 while winning one of two races for 3-year-olds at the Arkansas Derby.

Maxfield +1000

Maxfield has only taken to the track once in 2020, but he did manage to pull out a win at this past weekend’s Matt Winn Stakes at the famed Churchill Downs, no less.

Mischievous Alex +1800

This three-year-old has gone an unblemished 2-for2 in 2020 by winning the Swale Stakes in February and the Gotham Stakes at Aqueduct in March.

Dr Post +1800

Well, Dr. Post is the sixth consecutive Belmont Stakes hopeful that has yet to lose in 2020. This challenger has gone 2-for-2 in 2020 and surged from fifth at the 3/4 pole in April to win the Unbridled Stakes by 1½ lengths.

Honor A.P +1800

Honor A.P. finished second in the San Felipe Stakes in March, following a win his last race as a 2-year-old in October of 2019.

Sole Volante +2000

After finishing third at the Mucho Macho Man Stakes in January, Sole Volante finished first at the Sam. F. Davis Stakes in February while finishing second in the Lambholm South Florida Derby in March.

Farmington Road +2500

After kicking off 2020 with a win in Tampa Bay in February, Farmington Road has finished fourth in two races and second in another and comes into the Belmont Stakes off of one of those uninspiring fourth place finishes in Arkansas.

Max Player +2500

Max Player has only appeared in one race this year, but he did manage to find his way into the winner’s circle by winning the Withers Stakes in February.

Wells Bayou +2500

After winning two of his first three races in 2020, Wells Bayou took a huge step backwards by finishing fifth in the Arkansas Derby at the start of May.

Gouverneur Morris +2500

A win in Tampa Bay in his season-opening race in February, this long shot challenger finished fourth at the Curlin Derby and third in the Arkansas Derby.

Modernist +2500

After finishing first at Aqueduct in January and first in the Risen Star event in February, Modernist finished third at the Twinspires Louisiana Derby in March.

Basin +3000

Basin has been in contention in three races this year, but he hasn’t been able to get it done while finishing third in the Rebel Stakes in March, fourth in the Oaklawn Stakes in April and second in one of two races at the Arkansas Derby.

UFC 251 Updated Odds & Fight Card

UFC Fight Night 176 Woodley vs Burns Fight Card, Odds, Date, Location How To Watch

UFC is back in Las Vegas for UFC Fight Night 176 Woodley vs Burns after months of coronavirus delays. Or we hope. The Nevada State Athletic Commission still has to give its ok, but at this point that may just be a formality. UFC Fight Night 176 is slated to go down at the UFC APEX in Las Vegas on Saturday, May 30th.

The UFC Fight Night 176 headliner features the No. 6-ranked welterweight, Gilbert Burns facing the former champion Tyron Woodley. Burns called for Woodley after his last fight that ended when he dropped submission specialist Demian Maia with a deafening left hook in March for his fifth straight win. This is Woodley first fight since losing his belt to Kamaru Usman 15 months ago. Before that loss the former champ was on a seven fight win streak and was one of the most elite 170-pound fighters in history. But at 38 years of age how much gas does he left in tank?

UFC Fight 176 Night Woodley vs Burns Odds

  • Featherweight: Chris Gutierrez -120 vs. Vince Morales +100
  • Bantamweight: Louis Smolka +225 vs. Casey Kenney -265
  • Flyweight: Tim Elliott -170 vs. Brandon Royval +150
  • Light Heavyweight: Jamahal Hill -130 vs. Klidson Abreu +110
  • Catchweight (150 pounds): Billy Quarantillo -150 vs. Spike Carlyle +130
  • Flyweight: Katlyn Chookagian +140 vs. Antonina Shevchenko -160
  • Strawweight: Mackenzie Dern -400 vs. Hannah Cifers +325
  • Lightweight: Brok Weaver +240 vs. Roosevelt Roberts -280
  • Welterweight: Kevin Holland -215 vs. Daniel Rodriguez +165
  • Heavyweight: Blagoy Ivanov +100 vs. Augusto Sakai -120
  • Welterweight: Tyron Woodley +160 vs. Gilbert Burns -185
2020 Heisman Trophy Odds

2020 Heisman Trophy Odds

When it comes down to college football’s most prestigious individual honor, quarterbacks dominate the Heisman race every year. Just three non-quarterbacks have won the Heisman since 2000. That won’t change in 2020 with all but one of the top ten contenders on the Heisman betting board is a QB.

Currently, quarterbacks Justin Fields and Trevor Lawrence are the co-betting favorites to win the 2020 Heisman Trophy at +400. Sonner Spencer Rattler (+1200), Bulldog Jamie Newman (+1250), and Longhorn Sam Ehlinger (+1400) round out the top five.

The first non-quarterback on the Heisman Trophy betting board is Clemson rusher Travis Etienne who clocks in at +2500 odds. QB transfer D’Eriq King, who jumped from Houston to Miami, is also listed at +2500 odds. Jaylen Waddle from Alabama is the first wide-receiver Heisman Trophy betting board at +9500.

The first defensive player on the Heisman Trophy betting board is Penn State linebacker Micah Parsons who pays out at +10000 if he wins Heisman honors.

A lot can change by the time the college football season kicks-off. Kyler Murray wasn’t even listed on the opening Heisman Trophy betting boards. Oddsmakers did wise up to the eventual 2018 winner and added him to the markets weeks before the start of the season. Last year’s winner Joe Burrow was a +12500 long shot a week prior to Game 1 of the season.

2020 Heisman Trophy Odds

Justin Fields (QB Ohio State) +400
Trevor Lawrence (QB Clemson) +400
Spencer Rattler (QB Oklahoma) +1200
Jamie Newman (QB Georgia) +1250
Sam Ehlinger (QB Texas) +1400
Sam Howell (QB North Carolina) +1500
Mac Jones (QB Alabama) +1500
Travis Etienne (RB Clemson) +2500
Kyle Trask (QB Florida) +2500
Ian Book (QB Notre Dame) +2500
D’Eriq King (QB Miami Florida) +2500
Chuba Hubbard (RB Oklahoma State) +2500
Bo Nix (QB Auburn) +3000
Adrian Martinez (QB Nebraska) +3000
Myles Brennan (QB LSU) +3000
Kedon Slovis (QB USC) +3000
Kellen Mond (QB Texas A&M) +3000
Micale Cunnungham (QB Louisville) +3500
Najee Harris (RB Alabama) +4000
Spencer Sanders (QB Oklahoma State) +4000
Dylan McCaffrey (QB Michigan) +5000
Brock Purdy (QB Iowa State) +6000
Tanner Morgan (QB Minnesota) +6000
Sean Clifford (QB Penn State) +6000
Tyler Shough (QB Oregon) +6000
Charlie Brewer (QB Baylor) +6000
Master Teague III (RB Ohio State) +8000
Zamir White (RB Georgia) +8000
CJ Verdell (RB Oregon) +8000
Jayden Daniels (QB Arizona State) +9500
Jaylen Waddle (WR Alabama) +9500
John Rhys Plumlee (QB Mississippi) +9500
Isaiah Spiller (RB Texas A&M) +10000
Kenneth Gainwell (WR Memphis) +10000
KJ Costello (QB Mississippi State) +10000
Micah Parsons (LB Penn State) +10000
Michael Penix Jr (QB Indiana) +10000
Michael Warren (RB Cincinnati) +10000
Justyn Ross (WR Clemson) +10000
Dorian Thompson (QB UCLA) +10000
Penei Sewel (OL Oregon) +10000
Rondale Moore (WR Purdue) +10000
Ja’Marr Chase (WR LSU) +10000
Wan’Dale Robinson (WR Nebraska) +10000
Devonta Smith (WR Alabama) +10000
Dillon Gabriel (QB UCF) +10000
George Pickens (WR Georgia) +10000
Hamilcar Rashed Jr (LB Oregon State) +10000
Brady White (QB Memphis) +10000
Chubba Purdy (QB Florida State) +10000
Alan Bowman (QB Texas Tech) +10000
Hendon Hooker (QB Virginia Tech) +20000
Terrace Marshall Jr (WR LSU) +20000

Bundesliga Matchday 27 Odds, Schedule, How To Watch

Bundesliga Matchday 27 Odds, Schedule, How To Watch

The Bundesliga made its triumphant return last week to empty stadiums and happy fans at home. In the USA, Fox Sports registered a 725% spike in viewership for Dortmund v Schalke from the previous Bundesliga match shown on the channel. If you are going to watch and get in on Bundesliga action keep reading for everything you need to know before you bet on Matchday 27.

Bundesliga Matchday 27 Odds, Schedule, How To Watch

Friday, May 22

Hertha Berlin +136 vs. Union Berlin +220, Draw: +237
2:30 p.m. on FS2

Hertha (8-7-11) pulled off a big upset by stunning TSG Hoffenheim 3-0 on Saturday while Union Berlin was on the wrong end of a 2-0 shutout loss against league-leading Bayern Munich on Sunday. Hertha will be looking for payback for the 1-0 loss they suffered against Berlin in November of 2019.

Saturday, May 23

Borussia Monchengladbach +143 vs. Bayer Leverkusen +183, Draw: +273
9:30 a.m. on FS2

Borussia Monchengladbach (16-4-6) jumped all over Eintracht to pick up an emphatic 3-0 win on Saturday while Leverkusen (14-5-6) was set to take on Bremen on Monday. With M’Gladbach sitting in third place in the Bundesliga standings and Leverkusen sitting in fifth place, you should expect this one to see plenty of offense.

Wolfsburg +352 vs. Borussia Dortmund -126, Draw: +296
9:30 a.m. on FS1

Wolfsburg (10-9-7) squeaked past Augsburg 2-1 on Saturday while Borussia Dortmund (16-6-4) blew past Schalke 3-0 on Saturday as well. No matter who comes out on top in this affair, Dortmund’s blossoming young superstar Erling Haaland will be the player to watch in this one!

Freiburg +129 vs. Werder Bremen +218, Draw: +256
9:30 a.m.

Freiburg (10-7-9) put up a great effort to earn a 1-1 draw against RB Leipzig on Saturday. Bremen (4-7-14) was set to play their Matchday 26 pairing against Leverkusen on Monday.

Paderborn +219 vs. Hoffenheim +119, Draw: +281
9:30 a.m.

Paderborn (4-5-17) battled Fortuna to a scoreless draw on Saturday while Hoffenheim (10-5-11) got man-handled en route to a 3-0 loss against Hertha. Still, Paderborn has the worst record in the league and the third-worst goal differential margin (-24).

Bayern Munich -628 vs. Eintracht Frankfurt +1398, Draw: +729
12:30 p.m. on FS1

Bayern Munich (18-4-4) subdued Union Berlin 2-0 on Sunday. Eintracht Frankfurt (8-4-13) was on the wrong end of a humbling 3-1 beat-down at the hands of Monchengladbach on Saturday and now they’re taking on the league-leaders in an affair that looks like a huge mismatch.

Sunday, May 24

Schalke +103 vs. Augsburg +287, Draw: +250
7:30 a.m. on FS1

Schalke (9-10-7) got dominated from beginning to end in their embarrassing 4-0 shutout loss against. Augsburg (7-6-13) put up a solid effort in their narrow 2-1 loss against Wolfsburg on Saturday. Only four teams are worse in the goal differential department than Augsburg.

Mainz +506 vs. RB Leipzig -204, Draw: +407
9:30 a.m. on FS1

Mainz (8-3-15) battled Cologne to a 2-2 draw on Sunday and while RB Leipzig (14-9-3) put up a modest performance in their 1-1 draw against Freiburg on Saturday, Leipzig is in fourth place in the standings and looking to pick up the pace!

Cologne -120 vs. Fortuna Dusseldorf +325, Draw: +297
12 p.m. on FS1

Cologne (10-3-13) played Mainz to a 2-2 finish on Sunday while Fortuna Dusseldorf (5-8-13) and Paderborn played to a scoreless draw on Saturday.

NASCAR Cup Series Race at Darlington Raceway

NASCAR Odds at Darlington Raceway

Racing fans get ready! NASCAR is set to return to live action on Sunday, May 17 at Darlington Raceway in Darlington, South Carolina. Click here for live NASCAR odds.

NASCAR Cup Series Race at Darlington Raceway Odds

The 400-mile May 17 race is set to get underway at 3:30 PM ET, live on FOX, MRN and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio. This event represents the first of three races at the track, including a second Cup Series race held midweek under the lights three days later and the Coca-Cola 600 in its traditional Memorial Day weekend gathering for the 60th consecutive season.

  • Kyle Busch +650
    The prohibitive favorite in this race and reigning NASCAR champion was winless through the first six races of the season and he’s only got one career win at Darlington, which came at the Dodge Challenger 500 in the spring race back in 2008.
  • Kevin Harvick +700
    Harvick is also winless so far this season, but the veteran driver won at Darlington by taking the checkered flag at the 2014 Bojangles’ Southern 500.
  • Denny Hamlin +750
    Hamlin won this year’s Daytona 500 and he’s won on this track twice in his career, most recently at the 2017 Bojangles’ Southern 500.
  • Martin Truex Jr +800
    Truex Jr., the 2017 NASCAR champ, has just one career win at Darlington and it came in the 2016 Bojangles’ Southern 500.
  • Joey Logano +850
    The 2018 NASCAR champ got his 2020 off to a red-hot start by finding his way into the winner’s circle three-time and twice over the last three races prior to the season being suspended. Unfortunately, Logano has never won at Darlington in his career.
  • Brad Keselowski +950
    Keselowski, the 2012 NASCAR champ won the 2018 VFW Sport Clips Help A Hero 400 to record his only career victory at Darlington.
  • Chase Elliott +1100
    Elliott is also winless to start the season, but he also took the checkered flag at Darlington to win the 2014 VFW Sport Clips Help A Hero 400.
  • Erik Jones +1375
    Jones won the Clash at Daytona to start the year, but he enters this event as the last driver to win at Darlington by claiming the 2019 Bojangles’ Southern 500 last September.
  • Alex Bowman +1400
    Bowman took the checkered flag in California just two races prior to the season being suspended, although he’s never won at Darlington raceway.
  • Kurt Busch +2500
    Busch is winless this year and he’s never ever won at Darlington. Enough said!
  • Matt Kenseth +2500
  • Jimmie Johnson +2500
  • Ryan Blaney +2500
  • William Byron +2500
  • Matt DiBenedetto +4500
  • Aric Almirola +6000
  • Clint Bowyer +6600
  • Tyler Reddick +7500
  • Ryan Newman +10000
  • Chris Buescher +10000
  • Christopher Bell +10000
  • Cole Custer +10000
  • Austin Dillon +12500
  • Ricky Stenhouse Jr +20000
  • Daniel Suarez +25000
  • Ty Dillon +50000
  • John Hunter Nemechek +70000
  • Ryan Preece +75000
  • Darrell Wallace Jr +75000
  • Michael McDowell +100000
  • JJ Yeley +300000
  • Corey LaJoie +300000
  • Joey Gase +500000
  • Quin Houff +500000
  • Brennan Poole +500000
  • Timmy Hill +500000
  • Reed Sorenson +500000
  • Garrett Smithley +500000
NFL Week 1 Odds Analysis

2020 NFL Week 1 Odds Analysis

The 2020 NFL regular season schedule dropped on May the 7th and so did the betting odds for the first two weeks of NFL action. Everyone is looking forward to seeing the Chiefs defend their title, Brady and Gronk teaming up in Tampa, and Burrows taking the lead in Cincinnati.

NFL Week 1 Odds Analysis

NFL odds, especially opening odds, for the first week are always interesting because it takes teams and oddsmakers a few weeks to settle into the game. So let’s jump in and take a peek at the NFL’s first week betting spreads and totals.

Thursday, September 10, 2020

Houston at Kansas City -10½, 56½

The Texans went 10-6 to claim the AFC South crown a year ago, but they also came up well short in their humbling home playoff loss against Tennessee, and to make matter worse, they gave away Pro Bowl wide receiver Deandre Hopkins for basically nothing. Oh…did I forget to mention that Houston was blown out of the water in its stunning 51-31 road playoff loss against Kansas City – after jumping out to a 24-0 lead against Patrick Mahomes and company? 

Sunday, September 13

Seattle at Atlanta +1, 48½

Russell Wilson and the Seahawks will need to be on guard against Matt Ryan and the Falcons in this affair. While Seattle went 11-5 and reached the playoffs a year ago and Atlanta struggled in going just 7-9 last season, the once, Dirty Birds finished the 2019 campaign by winning four straight and six of their last eight games overall.

NY Jets at Buffalo -5½, 40

The Bills are coming off a solid 10-6 season that saw them reach the playoffs. Buffalo kicked off its 2019 campaign with a narrow 17-16 road win over the Jets, but New York got some revenge by handing the Bills a humbling 13-6 loss at home in their regular-season finale.

Chicago at Detroit -1, 44½

Detroit will have franchise quarterback Matthew Stafford back under center after he missed the vast majority of last season. Chicago will almost certainly turn the reins of their franchise over to veteran Nick Foles in 2020 while looking to extend their winning ways over their division rivals following last season’s sweep.

Green Bay at Minnesota -3, 47

The Packers are coming off a fantastic 13-3 season that saw them reach the NFC Championship before bowing out to San Francisco. Minnesota went 10-6 last season before stunning New Orleans in the wild card round and then falling to Frisco. The Vikes will be out for revenge in this one after getting swept by the Pack a year ago.

Miami at New England -6, 43½

No Tom Brady means every other team in the AFC East will have a shot to exact some revenge against New England in 2020. Oh wait, the Fins smacked the Patriots senseless in their stunning 27-24 Week 17 road win in Foxborough!

Philadelphia at Washington +6, 45

Philly went 9-7 to win the NFC East last season while Washington is coming off a dismal 3-13 campaign that saw them part ways with former head coach Jay Gruden. The revamped Skins made a great hire in naming former Panthers head coach Ron Rivera their new leading man – and Philly blew their draft like no other team in the league if you ask me.

Las Vegas at Carolina -1, 46½

Jon Gruden and the Raiders are getting a bunch of publicity for their roster-altering moves in free agency and the recently completed NFL draft, but I love Carolina’s hire of Matt Rhule and the subsequent moves the Panthers have made since that time.

Indianapolis at Jacksonville +8, 46½

For Indy, it’s Philip Rivers to the rescue as the Colts turn to the longtime former Chargers franchise signal-caller to get them back in the playoffs. Jacksonville had one of the very best drafts of any team in the league, but the Jags are still quite far away from being a winning team again.

Cleveland at Baltimore -8½, 48½

Can former Vikings offensive coordinator Kevin Stefanski get Baker Mayfield on track while succeeding in Cleveland where many others have failed? Will it even matter as the Browns take on a far more dangerous Lamar Jackson and a far more complete Baltimore squad?

LA Chargers at Cincinnati +3½, 46½

Justin Herbert won’t see any action in this affair unless Tyrod Taylor gets injured. What I’m most looking forward to is seeing No. 1 overall pick Joe Burrow try to avoid Nick Bosa and the rest of the Chargers stout defense.

Tampa Bay at New Orleans -4½, 50

What a way to kick off Week 1! It’s Tom Brady and the revamped Buccaneers on the road against Drew Brees and the high-scoring New Orleans Saints. It won’t get much better than this NFL betting enthusiasts.

Arizona at San Francisco -7½, 45

The Cardinals went 5-10-1 in Year 1 of the Kyler Murray/Kliff Kingsbury era, but it was the most positive five-win season you’ll ever see as Arizona competed hard in every single contest in 2019. San Francisco narrowly won by a field goal in Arizona last season, but now the Cards have a superstar wide receiver and arguably the best defensive player in this year’s draft in former Clemson linebacker Isaiah Simmons.

Dallas at LA Rams 2½

One known for their high-scoring ways, the rams took a significant step backward last season. Dallas, on the other hand, is no loaded with talent at the skill positions on offense.

Monday, September, 14

Pittsburgh at NY Giants +3½, 48

The G-Men are at home in their opener following their four-win season in 2019, but Big Ben is back under center for Pittsburgh, making the Steelers the easy favorites in Week 1 despite being on the road.

Tennessee at Denver -2, 42

Broncos quarterback Drew Lock will be tested right off the bat against Tennessee’s sting defense and the Broncos’ own defense will have their hands full trying to stop the runaway locomotive that goes by the name of Derrick Henry!

Bundesliga 2020 Return Schedule & Odds

Bundesliga 2020 Return Schedule & Odds

Here’s a look at the German league schedule and opening odds as it prepares its return on May 16.

The Bundesliga is so close to returning that you can smell it. Coming up on Saturday, May 16th, Germany’s soccer league will hit the pitch in its long-awaited return. Click here for the latest Bundesliga soccer odds.

The Bundesliga was suspended due to the Coronavirus on the eve of matchday 26 on March 13, and the DFL agreed to continue with the standard calendar. On Thursday, the 36 clubs of the upper two tiers agreed to return to matchday 26 play on May 16 in order to complete the season by June 30. All games will be held without fans behind closed doors amid a ban on mass gatherings in Germany until Aug. 31.

Bundesliga 2020 Return Schedule & Odds

Nine matchdays remain, but only the odds and start times for Matchday 26 have been released to date.

Bundesliga Matchday 26 odds

Saturday, May 16

9:30 AM

Dortmund +616
Schalke -207
Draw +357

RB Leipzig -304
Freiburg +929
Draw +442

Hoffenheim +103
Hertha Berlin +273
Draw +267

Fortuna Dusseldorf +103
Paderborn +205
Draw +233

Augsburg +191
Wolfsburg +114
Draw +224

Saturday, May 16

12:30 PM

Eintracht Frankfurt +177
Borussia M’gladbach +118
Draw +233

Sunday, May 17

9:30 AM

Koln -113
Mainz +238
Draw +240

12 PM

Union Berlin +827
Bayern Munich -503
Draw +462

Monday, May 18

2:30 PM

Werder Bremen +274
Bayer Leverkusen -134
Draw +258

Matchday 27

May 22-24
Bayern Munich vs. Eintracht Frankfurt
Borussia M’gladbach vs. Bayer Leverkusen
Wolfsburg vs. Dortmund
Hertha Berlin vs. Union Berlin
Mainz vs. RB Leipzig
Freiburg vs. Werder Bremen
Schalke vs. Augsburg
Koln vs. Fortuna Dusseldorf
Paderborn vs. Hoffenheim

Matchday 28

May 26-27
Dortmund vs Bayern Munich
RB Leipzig vs. Hertha Berlin
Bayer Leverkusen vs. Wolfsburg
Eintracht Frankfurt vs. Freiburg
Werder Bremen vs. Borussia M’gladbach
Hoffenheim vs. Koln
Fortuna Dusseldort vs. Schalke
Augsburg vs. Paderborn
Union Berlin vs. Mainz

Matchday 29

May 29-June 1
Bayern Munich vs. Fortuna Dusseldorf
Borussoa M’gladbach vs. Union Berlin
Wolfsburg vs. Eintracht Frankfurt
Hertha Berlin vs. Augsburg
Mainz vs. Hoffenheim
Freiburg vs. Leverkusen
Schalke vs. Werder Bremen
Koln vs. RB Leipzig
Paderborn vs. Borussia Dortmund

Matchday 24 (makeup)

June 2-3
Werder Bremen vs. Eintracht Frankfurt

Matchday 30

June 5-8
Dortmund vs. Hertha Berlin
RB Leipzig vs. Paderborn
Leverkusen vs. Bayern Munich
Eintracht Frankfurt vs. Mainz
Werder Bremen vs. Wolfsburg
Fortuna Dusseldorf vs. Hoffenheim
Freiburg vs. Borussia M’gladbach
Augsburg vs. Koln
Union vs. Schalke

Matchday 31

June 12-14
Bayern Munich vs. Borussia M’gladbach
Wolfsburg vs. Freiburg
Hoffenheim vs. RB Leipzig
Fortuna Dusseldorf vs. Dortmund
Hertha Berlin vs. Eintracht Frankfurt
Mainz vs. Augsburg
Schalke vs. Bayer Leverkusen
Koln vs. Union Berlin
Paderborn vs. Werder Bremen

Matchday 32

June 16-17
Dortmund vs. Mainz
RB Leipzig vs. Fortuna Dusseldorf
Bayer Leverkusen vs. Koln
Borussia M’gladbach vs. Wolfsburg
Eintracht Frankfurt vs. Schalke
Werder Bremen vs. Bayern Munich
Freiburg vs. Hertha Berlin
Augsburg vs. Hoffenheim
Union Berlin vs. Paderborn

Matchday 33

June 20
Bayern Munich vs. Freiburg
RB Leipzig vs. Dortmund
Hoffenheim vs. Union Berlin
Fortuna Dusseldorf vs. Augsburg
Hertha Berlin vs. Bayer Leverkusen
Mainz vs. Werder Bremen
Schalke vs. Wolfsburg
Koln vs. Eintracht Frankfurt
Paderborn vs. Borussia M’gladbach

Matchday 34

June 27
Dortmund vs. Hoffenheim
Bayer Leverkusen vs. Mainz
Borussia M’gladbach vs. Hertha Berlin
Wolfsburg vs. Bayern Munich
Frankfurt vs. Paderborn
Werder Bremen vs. Koln
Freiburg vs. Schalke
Augsuburg vs. RB Leipzig
Union Berlin vs. Fortuna Dusseldort

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2020 NFL MVP Odds

With a successful remote virtual draft in the books, 5Dimes oddsmakers have released updated 2020 NFL MVP odds that include some of the top rookies. But more on that later and here.

First, the top three 2020 NFL MVP betting favorites could all be considered co-favorites coming in at under +1000. Patrick Mahomes (+400) is leading the way atop the sports betting board followed by Lamar Jackson (+600) and Russell Wilson (+800). Tom Brady (+1200) and Kyler Murray (+1800) round out the top five.

The first non-quarterback on the NFL MVP betting board is Christian McCaffrey (+4000) who is tied with Josh Allen and Baker Mayfield at thirteenth. The top defender on the list is T.J. Watt (+12500) and the top wide receiver is Michael Thomas (+12500).

Now back to the aforementioned rookies. Joe Burrow (+6600), Tua Tagovailoa (+10000), and Justin Herbert (+15000) are the only freshmen on the NFL MVP betting board.

2020 NFL MVP Odds

  • Patrick Mahomes +400
  • Lamar Jackson +600
  • Russell Wilson +800
  • Tom Brady +1200
  • Kyler Murray +1800
  • DeShaun Watson +1800
  • Dak Prescott +1800
  • Drew Brees +2000
  • Carson Wentz +2500
  • Aaron Rodgers +2500
  • Jimmy Garoppolo +3300
  • Matt Ryan +3300
  • Josh Allen (QB) +4000
  • Baker Mayfield +4000
  • Christian McCaffrey +4000
  • Derrick Henry +5000
  • Ben Roethlisberger +5000
  • Jameis Winston +5000
  • Ezekiel Elliott +5000
  • Matthew Stafford +5000
  • Kirk Cousins +5500
  • Philip Rivers +6000
  • Cam Newton +6500
  • Ryan Tannehill +6600
  • Saquon Barkley +6600
  • Joe Burrow +6600
  • Dalvin Cook +7000
  • Jared Goff +7500
  • Derek Carr +8500
  • Damien Williams +10000
  • Daniel Jones +10000
  • Alvin Kamara +10000
  • Sam Darnold +10000
  • Mitchell Trubisky +10000
  • Nick Chubb +10000
  • Tua Tagovailoa +10000
  • T.J. Watt +12500
  • Todd Gurley +12500
  • Michael Thomas +12500
  • Jacoby Brissett +12500
  • Joe Mixon +12500
  • Josh Jacobs +12500
  • Aaron Donald +12500
  • Aaron Jones +12500
  • Drew Lock +12500
  • Dwayne Haskins +12500
  • DeAndre Hopkins +15000
  • Chris Carson +15000
  • Julio Jones +15000
  • Justin Herbert +15000
  • Leonard Fournette +15000
  • Gardner Minshew +15000
  • Nick Foles +15000
  • Nick Bosa +15000
  • Sony Michel +15000
  • Ryan Fitzpatrick +15000
  • Raheem Mostert +20000
  • Odell Beckham Jr. +20000
  • Mike Evans +20000
  • Melvin Gordon +20000
  • Tyler Lockett +20000
  • Tyreek Hill +20000
  • Von Miller +20000
  • Travis Kelce +20000
  • J.J. Watt +20000
  • LeVeon Bell +20000
  • Mark Ingram +20000
  • Joey Bosa +20000
  • Chris Godwin +20000
  • Davante Adams +20000
  • Amari Cooper +20000
  • Khalil Mack +25000
  • George Kittle +25000
  • Zach Ertz +25000
  • DeVante Parker +30000