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NFL Odds: Week 10 Betting Lines & Trends

Sometimes the NFL schedule gives, and sometimes it taketh away. Week 9 was fabulous with two of the marquee matchups of the season: Los Angeles Rams at New Orleans Saints and Green Bay Packers at New England Patriots. Very memorable football. As for Week 10? It’s lacking a signature game with a lot of “meh” matchups. For example, there’s the ...

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College Football Odds: Week 11 Betting Lines & Trends

It’s starting to look more and more like the 2018 college football regular season is simply a formality as will be the national semifinals in the College Football Playoff. Alabama and Clemson appear to be on a tier above everyone else. Week 11 is likely the last ranked team either will face ahead of a conference title game. The No. ...

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NFL Odds: Week 9 Betting Lines & Trends

One of the greatest post-game rants by an NFL head coach ever was Monday, October 16, 2006, in Phoenix. The Arizona Cardinals blew a 23-3 third-quarter lead and lost to the unbeaten Chicago Bears. Cards coach Denny Green then spouted the infamous: “They are who we thought they were!” speech. What does that have to do with Week 9 of ...

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College Football Odds: Week 10 Betting Lines & Trends

College football’s SEC Championship Game is the first Saturday of December in Atlanta per usual. The two participants in that game could already be settled on the first Saturday of November depending on results in Baton Rouge and Lexington this week. Top-ranked Alabama (rankings from AP Top 25) will clinch the SEC West with a victory at No. 4 LSU, ...

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NFL Odds: Week 8 Betting Lines & Trends

One major storyline this NFL season as some teams reach the halfway point of their regular-season schedule has been the abundance of overtime games. For the first time in league history, there has been at least one overtime game each of the first seven weeks. That trend started in Cleveland on the first Sunday as the Browns and Pittsburgh Steelers ...

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