Handicapper Dana Lane (@DanaLaneSports) breaks down every NFL game in Week 3 of the 2020 season from a betting perspective.
Handicapper Mark Franco went 4-1 ATS last week and leads the contest with an 8-2 record. Sportscaster Brent Musburger is tied for second place at 6-4.
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According to teamrankings.com, the Patriots lead the NFL after a loss since 2003 with a 42-18 ATS record (70 percent). New England is a 5½-point favorite over Las Vegas.
The UFC returns to “Fight Island” in Abu Dhabi on Saturday for UFC 253. In the main event, middleweight champion Israel Adesanya is a -165 favorite over Paulo Costa.
The Raiders have covered their past three and six of nine on the road. Their past two games have gone over the total after six of the final seven last season went under.
Handicapper Dana Lane went 5-0 ATS last week and leads the contest with an 8-2 ATS mark after two weeks. Paul Stone is second at 7-3.
The 12-time Roland Garros champion faces strong challenges from Novak Djokovic and Dominic Thiem. Simona Halep is the women’s favorite.
The Longhorns are 17½-point favorites at Texas Tech, which has lost several key players on defense and gave up 600 total yards and 33 points to Houston Baptist.
The Miami Heat try to slam the door on the Boston Celtics, and handicapper Dana Lane offers a recommendation on Lightning-Stars Game 4.
The Ravens, led by reigning MVP Lamar Jackson, are 3½-point home favorites over the Chiefs after the line opened at 2½. Baltimore is the +350 favorite to win the Super Bowl.
The Westgate moved down to Jacksonville -2½ after the group took Miami +3. Circa Sports reported sharp action on the over in the Thursday game.
Oklahoma State has won and covered the last five games against West Virginia. The Cowboys entered 2020 on a 13-4 spread uptick. The Mountaineers were 4-6 as underdogs last season.
Republican judge Amy Coney Barrett is the heavy betting favorite at Betfair Exchange to fill the U.S. Supreme Court vacancy created by the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.