With football back on the menu, sports betting players will have no shortage of options in their sportsbook, and here is a look at the best of the best going on this week. There is a lot of variety, so everyone should be able to find something that suits their gambling fancy, with NFL and college football betting anchoring a packed slate of options.
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The action kicks off in the NFL with New York Jets-New England on Thursday night. The Patriots are a massive 14-points favorite on the NFL odds. Moving on to Sunday, the schedule is loaded: Minnesota-Chicago, Washington-Green Bay, Dallas-Kansas City, Denver-New York Giants and San Francisco-Seattle. This week’s Monday night will be an important AFC North matchup between Pittsburgh and Cincinnati, and both teams will be hoping to avoid a dreaded 0-2 start.
Saturday’s college football action is powered by UCLA-Nebraska, Tennessee-Oregon, Ohio State-California and Ole Miss-Texas. However, Alabama-Texas A&M could be the most anticipated game of the season; it could steal the spotlight on the entire weekend.
The weekend’s MLB series as the season winds down are highlighted by New York Yankees-Boston, followed by Kansas City-Detroit, Oakland-Texas and San Francisco-Los Angeles Dodgers. The postseason is almost here, so check the standings before you wager.
After a week off, the FedEx Cup resumes at the BMW Championship, which will take place at Conway Farms Golf Club in Illinois. Rory McIlroy is the defending champ, but he’ll need a big week to move up in the standings, where he sits in 41st. Henrik Stenson has a 14-point lead over Tiger Woods after winning the Deutsche Bank Championship.
The Chase for the Sprint Cup officially starts on Sunday with the Geico 400 at Chicagoland Speedway, where Brad Keselowski began his run to the title with a victory last season. Keselowski will not be able to defend his Cup crown after missing the Chase, but that doesn’t mean he won’t compete for the win on Sunday.