Ten handicappers post their NFL best bets.
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A year after everything went wrong for the Ravens, Baltimore coach John Harbaugh has his team back on the right track. The Ravens open the season as 3-point home favorites over the Buffalo Bills.
Texas hosts Texas-El Paso as a 30½-point favorite, and Longhorns coach Charlie Strong knows his club cannot afford to get caught up in the national hype.
A trendy pick as a young team on the rise, the Raiders face a win total of 8½. Is quarterback Derek Carr ready to become a star?
Brian Blessing, Bernie Fratto, Adam Hill and Matt Youmans post their best bets for college football and the NFL.
The first game of the NFL season was far better than the final game of last season. The underdog Denver Broncos beat Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers both times.
Matt Youmans, Kelly Stewart and Golden Nugget sports book director Tony Miller offer their best bets for the college football and NFL weekend.
Fantasy football is debuting in Nevada sports books for Week 1 of the NFL season. The concept is Vic Salerno’s vision.
Horses go where the money is. The Kentucky Downs condition book is full of cash for horsemen. It includes purses of $130,000 for maiden special weights and $140,000 for first-level allowance horses.
In a Super Bowl rematch tonight, Denver is a 3-point home underdog against Carolina. Trevor Siemian, not Peyton Manning, opens the season as the Broncos’ starting quarterback.
Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers are heavily supported as 3-point road favorites over the Denver Broncos in a rematch from Super Bowl 50.
It’s a thrill to hit a long-shot bet, but the truth is the so-called sleeper teams rarely win the Super Bowl and pay the bills. So back the Packers.
Review-Journal sports editor Bill Bradley welcomed RJ sports betting writer Matt Youmans for his bi-weekly Facebook Live lunchtime chat Wednesday.
Will the Panthers, who open at Denver on Thursday, feel the hangover from being Super Bowl losers? Cam Newton led Carolina to a surprising 15-1 season.
Are quarterback Jameis Winston and the Buccaneers ready to move out of the NFC South basement? Tampa Bay has five consecutive last-place finishes in the division.
In a coin-flip opener Sunday, Drew Brees and the Saints are 1-point home favorites over the Raiders. Both teams finished 7-9 last season.
Texas rallied to knock off Notre Dame 50-47 in a two-overtime thriller a day after LSU and Oklahoma also fell as popular betting favorites.
Julio Jones is one of the NFL’s elite receivers. However, quarterback Matt Ryan regressed as the Falcons faded to 8-8 last season.