Kansas City scored 40 points in a victory at Jacksonville in Week 1, and the Raiders have serious injury concerns in their defensive backfield.
History is on UNLV’s side in this game, as it’s 4-0 ATS on the road against Power Five teams under coach Tony Sanchez, covering against USC, Ohio State, UCLA and Michigan.
Handicapper Dana Lane leads the contest with a 7-3 ATS record, and the consensus picks are Air Force (+4) over Colorado and BYU (+4) over USC.
Kentucky wide receiver Lynn Bowden is the only passing-game threat that the Gators must contain, so the defense can blitz backup quarterback Sawyer Smith at will.
UNLV plays at Northwestern at 12:30 p.m. Saturday. The Rebels hope to bounce back after a 43-17 loss to Arkansas State last weekend.
The Colts thumped the Titans in both meetings last season. Indianapolis has won six of the last seven games in Nashville straight up.
After being carted off the field on a stretcher, cornerback Gareon Conley is ready to suit up to play the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday.
Antonio Brown is said to be eligible to play against Miami. Whether he actually does after just three practices with the Patriots is still not clear.
A position-by-position breakdown of UNLV’s game at Northwestern. The teams meet at 12:30 p.m. Saturday.