The Cardinals, who rank No. 1 in the NFL in total defense, can bounce back and cover Sunday as 2½-point favorites over the Washington Redskins.
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It’s a big weekend for quarterback Deshaun Watson, who can lead Clemson back to the College Football Playoff and make his case for the Heisman Trophy.
On a Sunday when favorites won 10 of 12 games, bookmakers needed the underdog New York Jets to cover against New England to avoid disaster.
This is an ideal time to beat the Cincinnati Bengals, a dispirited 3-6-1 team that’s limping down the stretch. Baltimore is a 4-point home favorite on Sunday.
Texas is a 3-point favorite over Texas Christian on Friday. Even if the Longhorns win an emotional game, their coach is likely to get fired.
The Cowboys, riding a nine-game winning roll and 9-0-1 against the spread, are 7-point favorites over the Washington Redskins in the second of Thursday’s three games.
Pittsburgh covered in Cleveland, and three other popular favorites — Dallas, New England and Seattle — led a winning Sunday for bettors as favorites finished 9-3 against the spread.
With their disappointing season essentially on the line, the slumping Green Bay Packers are the play as 3-point underdogs at Washington.
The Cougars, who closed as 17½-point underdogs, knocked the Cardinals out of College Football Playoff contention in a 36-10 blowout that got ugly early.
Underdogs finished the day 9-3 ATS with eight straight-up wins. In the nightcap, Seattle stunned New England in a down-to-the-wire thriller.
If the Steelers’ three-game losing streak becomes four, there will be panic in Pittsburgh. That’s why Sunday’s game against the Dallas Cowboys is more important for the home favorite.
The Blue Devils, featuring five players who are potential first-round NBA draft picks after this season, are 7-2 favorites to win the national championship in April.
The betting public cashed in with the Cowboys and Saints. The Colts helped bookmakers avoid a Week 9 disaster.
Oakland coach Jack Del Rio is 5-0 on the road this season, but 2-9 ATS at home in his two seasons. The Raiders’ home-road dichotomy is a reason to back the Denver Broncos on Sunday.
In a duel that could determine LSU interim coach Ed Orgeron’s future and throw the College Football Playoff picture into chaos, the Tigers are 7½-point underdogs to top-ranked Alabama.
In a popular result in Las Vegas, Derek Carr propelled the Oakland Raiders to 5-0 on the road with a dramatic 30-24 overtime win at Tampa Bay.
The Eagles are live underdogs at Dallas in a prime-time showdown featuring two surprise teams and three of the NFL’s top rookies.
The Chicago Cubs are minus-250 favorites to win the series, and Kyle Hendricks is a 2-1 favorite in Game 3. Cleveland needs two more strong starts from Corey Kluber.
The betting public was wise to play Tom Brady and the New England Patriots against Pittsburgh and its backup quarterback.
Sam Bradford is 4-0 in his starts for the Minnesota Vikings, who are 18-2 against the spread in their past 20 regular-season games.
The Golden Nugget opened lines Thursday on 15 potential national championship game matchups. Alabama is a 7-point favorite over Ohio State.
The underdog Cowboys and rookie quarterback Dak Prescott humbled and outdueled Aaron Rodgers and the Packers in a 30-16 landslide at Lambeau Field.
In his coaching career, Andy Reid is 15-2 the week after the bye, including 2-1 with the Kansas City Chiefs.
The betting public deserves credit for rolling with the Crimson Tide, and it’s happening again this week. Top-ranked Alabama is a 13-point favorite at Tennessee.
“It was probably the worst game of the year for us,” MGM Resorts sports book director Jay Rood said of New England’s blowout victory over Cleveland.
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