Brent Burns and Erik Karlsson are the 2019-2020 Norris trophy favorites. Both players have won the award before, while Toronto’s Morgan Rielly presents the top value.
The Florida Gators will now turn to Kyle Trask at QB after Feleipe Franks suffered a season-ending injury vs Kentucky. Is Florida still a viable National Title contender with Kyle Trask leading the offense? Oddsmakers don’t think so, dropping the Gators from +4000 to +6600 despite still being undefeated and earning an impressive SEC road win with Trask.
The Falcons are home underdogs on Sunday Night Football against the Eagles. Atlanta looked bad in Week 1 but are a completely different team at home.
Central Michigan Injuries Lead to Akron Getting 87% of Betting Handle; Zips Just 1.5-Point Road Underdogs
Money is pouring in on Akron versus Central Michigan this Saturday (Sep. 14th). In total, 87% of the betting handle is on the Zips thanks to some key UCM injuries. How should bettors wager on the Zips vs Chippewas matchup now?
The NFC South is spotlighted on Thursday Night Football this week as the Panthers look to protect home field against the Buccaneers who are coming off a rough Week 1 performance against the 49ers. See our best prop bets for the game here.
Malcolm Brown took advantage of his work in the red zone for the Rams in Week 1, and could be in for another productive day as the Rams look to preserve Todd Gurley.
Duke opened as the 2020 ACC favorites ahead of Virginia and UNC. The Blue Devils haven’t won an ACC title since 2010 and need to replace three top-10 NBA picks. Which team is the best value in the early odds to win the regular-season ACC championship: Duke, UVA, UNC, or maybe longshot Louisville?
Kentucky kicks off SEC play against Florida without starting QB Terry Wilson. The Wildcats are 8.5-point underdogs and will start Sawyer Smith in place of Wilson on Saturday, Sep. 14th. What’s the best bet to make against the spread?
New Orleans was just 3-6 ATS as home favorites in 2018, and have won just 60% of their games at the Super Dome since 2015.
Money is pouring in on the Eagles versus the Redskins in Week 1. 88% of the ATS bets are on Philly, making them the most lopsided bet team on the board. Where should you lay your wager?
Marcus Mariota is the most likely quarterback to miss a full game this season due to injury, while Cam Newton is a sleeper to miss time for the second straight year.
Thursday Night Football player props are live and Allen Robinson is in line to take advantage of the Packers’ secondary in the season opener. We break down some season opener prop bets for tonight’s game.
Joe Burrow is now top-eight in the 2019 Heisman Trophy odds after torching Ga. Southern. Is he a good bet at his new +2000 odds, or would it be wiser to wait until after LSU’s Week 2 crucible versus Texas?
The Mets have lost 7 of their last 10 and have seen their average NL pennant odds drop to +2400, after being as short as +1800 a week ago. Is there any reason to bet on the Loveable Losers to make a playoff push and a deep October run?
The Boston Red Sox have seen their playoff odds lengthen as they have now dropped 5.5 games out of a Wild Card Spot. With a much tougher schedule than the teams they’re chasing, we offer our best betting advice on the defending champs.
Clemson’s National Championship odds are down to +200 after a convincing win in Week 1. The Tigers were dominant on all fronts while #2 Alabama looked sluggish. Which team deserves to be bet on at short odds heading into Week 2 of the 2019 college football season?
Jacoby Brissett’s 2019 season total passing yards and touchdown props are set relatively low and present some excellent value. His interception over/under is alarmingly high, given his track record both as a pro and in college. Chris Amberley analyzes the best bets on the Colts’ new starting QB.
Updated Week 1 Point Spreads See South Carolina Climb to -10, Utah Increase to -7 and Oklahoma Fall to -22.5
As game day approaches in Week 1 of the college football season, see which games have featured the biggest movement in lines since opening on Monday.
The PGA Tour wraparound season for 2019-20 begins in just a few weeks at the historic Greenbrier in West Virginia. Koepka is favored to lead the Tour’s money list next season, but which other players should garner consideration to provide you with the most value?
Buoyed by a killer rotation and a lineup producing at a high clip from top to bottom, are the Nationals a legitimate threat to reach the World Series?