I’m not sure the oddsmakers can set this line high enough in advance of Saturday night’s expected blowout in Foxborough.
This total plummeted from near 130 down to a 126 and is holding there as of early gameday morning. This move has opened up some exceptional value on the over. Both of these teams are off of frustrating efforts on the offensive end and that is what strengthens this play even more.
The Kings are 12-5-1 in their own building on the season and the reeling Dallas Stars, who have lost three straight, have dropped eight of their last 10 on the road.
The Portland Trail Blazers are coming off a 118-109 win over the Los Angeles Lakers on Thursday. Damian Lillard returned from a five-game absence due to an ankle injury and recorded 21 points and 10 assists.
The Seahawks have certainly been hit-or-miss with their results down the stretch. But I think that has them flying under the radar a bit heading into the playoffs. This line would certainly be higher than 8 had they finished stronger, but I think we are actually getting a little bit of value here now that t
Two teams vying to stay in the Eastern Conference playoff picture clash on Wednesday, when the New York Knicks host the Milwaukee Bucks. Tip-off is at 7:30 PM ET at Madison Square Garden.
The Oklahoma City Thunder closed out the calendar year in style by winning five of their last six games. They covered the spread in each victory and are 5-1 ATS in the last six meetings with the Bucks at Milwaukee.
The Seattle Seahawks (9-5-1 SU, 8-7 ATS) have already clinched the NFC West, but they still have plenty to play for this Sunday when they visit the San Francisco 49ers (2-13 SU, 4-11 ATS) in their regular season finale.
It’s rare when you have a College Bowl game being a rematch from earlier in the year. Well, that’s what we have here and I like Army to get their revenge from losing to North Texas 35-18 earlier this year. Did North Texas outplay Army? No, Army just had a bad game. The weather conditions were bad and they had 7 turnovers! Yes, 7 turnovers, is the reason they lost that game.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers (8-5 SU and ATS) suddenly find themselves in the thick of the playoff hunt again after five straight wins straight up and against the spread. A tough test awaits the surging Bucs when they’ll face the Dallas Cowboys (11-2 SU, 9-4 ATS) at Arlington, Texas Sunday night.