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Panthers are at 4-0 SU in Last 4 vs Bucs

Two teams heading in opposite directions clash in Week 4 as the Carolina Panthers travel to Tampa Bay for a date with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Sunday.

Dating back to last season, the Panthers (3-0) are 8-1 SU in their last nine games. The Bucs are a paltry 1-8 SU during that stretch.

To further the opposite theme, Carolina is averaging 23.7 points per game while allowing 16 points per affair. Tampa has averaged 16.3 points for and 26.7 points against through three weeks. 

Rookie quarterback Jameis Winston has four touchdowns, three interceptions, and 678 passing yards with a 52.2 completion percentage so far in his young career. The Florida State product has a 52.2 percent completion percentage during that span.

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Eagles 2-5 SU and ATS in Last 7 Games

On the heels of avoiding a potential disastrous 0-3 start to the season, the Philadelphia Eagles will try to make it two in a row vs the Washington Redskins at FedExField in Week 4.

Philly, who started the season with losses to Atlanta and Dallas, held on for a 24-17 win over the New York Jets on Sunday while cashing as 3-point road dogs. The Eagles are a perfect 3-0 to the UNDER so far, largely in part to an offense that ranks 31st in total yards.

Even though it’s early, this game will help to clear up what’s been a muddy division through the first three weeks. The Eagles, Redskins and Giants sit in a three-way tie for second place in the NFC East at 1-2 SU behind the Dallas Cowboys (2-1 SU).  

Both sides head into the game going in different directions on the ground. The Redskins are averaging 143.7 yards per game on the ground, while Philly has gained just 64.3 yards per contest.

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Pit 3-0 SU & ATS Last 3 as Home Dogs

The Pittsburgh Steelers will begin life without quarterback Ben Roethlisberger on Thursday night when archrival Baltimore invades Heinz Field with the eyes of the nation solely squared upon them.

Roethlisberger, who’s expected to miss 4-6 weeks after spraining his MCL in Pittsburgh’s 12-6 victory over the Rams in Week 3, hands the starting reigns to veteran signal caller Michael Vick. Vick completed five of six attempts for 38 yards Sunday but was sacked twice and lost a fumble.

Fresh off a 28-24 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals, Baltimore has failed to cover the spread in its first three contests. This is the first time in history that the team has dropped three-straight games to begin a season.

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Vick Thursday Night Football NFL Props

With Ben Roethlisberger on the shelf for a chunk of the season with a knee injury, Michael Vick will step into the spotlight against the Ravens in Thursday Night Football action. The 35-year-old Vick last started a game as a member of the Jets last season. It was a forgettable season for Vick, who ended the season with a 68.3 QB rating.

Thanks to a tumultuous off-field history and a reputation as one of the most electric quarterbacks in NFL history, Vick is anything but your standard backup. His presence attracts the attention of fans and bettors whenever he takes the field.


College Football Week 5 Odds Analysis

The Notre Dame Fighting Irish are just 1-5 straight up and 2-4 against the spread in their last six games on the road. The Fighting Irish will try to buck that trend this Saturday when they visit the Clemson Tigers.

Notre Dame is a 2.5-point road underdog on Saturday according to online sportsbook BetOnline. Quarterback DeShone Kizer has played well since relieving Malik Zaire on the road against Virginia, but he will get his first career road start this week in South Carolina.


SN: NFL Week 4 Opening Odds Analysis

Baltimore is 0-3 yet laying points on the road to arch-rival Pittsburgh. Oakland is road chalk, too, despite losing 19 of its last 21 away matchups.

What gives in this weird Week 4? Injuries and ineptness that's what.

The Ravens have made nine trips to Pittsburgh during the John Harbaugh era. They've been underdogs eight of the nine times. The only time Baltimore was favored was in 2012 when Ben Roethlisberger was out and Byron Leftwich was the Steelers' starting quarterback.


Baylor is Averaging 64 Points Per Game

The past five seasons have seen five high scoring affairs between the Baylor Bears and the Texas Tech Red Raiders, which has led to the over cashing in all of those games. Baylor starts their conference play Saturday when the visit Texas Tech.

Baylor ranks first in the country in points scored and has been averaging a staggering 64 points per game. Though their schedule has been far from impressive, it's clear that the offense is capable of putting up ridiculous numbers.

Texas Tech does not come in far behind Baylor in terms of points per game, scorching opponents for 53.8 points.

The last three meetings between the two teams has ended in final scores of 48-46, 63-34 and 52-45.

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UNDER 11-1 in West Virginia’s Past 12

West Virginia’s defense has allowed the fewest points per game in the country so far this season, which is one of the reasons they’ve extended their impressive UNDER streak to 11 of their past 12. The Mountaineers are facing a tough battle defensively when they clash with the Oklahoma Sooners Saturday.

Through three games West Virginia has only allowed opponents to score a combined 23 points. WVU has also recorded nine interceptions already, which has them tied for the most in the nation.

The Sooners have been putting up ridiculous offensive numbers since returning back to the Air Raid offense this season. OU quarterback Baker Mayfield has enjoyed success in the system with 1062 passing yards and 10 touchdowns this season.

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CFL Week 15 Trends and Betting Preview

The Calgary Stampeders are a league-leading 10-3 SU and a league-worst 3-10 ATS heading into Week 15 of the CFL betting slate, as they hit the road for a game in Hamilton against the Tiger-Cats this weekend. Here's a look at the four games on tap around the CFL this week, starting in Ottawa on Thursday.

Montreal at Ottawa - Thursday, October 1

Last 10 Meetings: Ottawa 2-3 SU, 2-2-1 ATS | OU 1-4


Dodgers SP Greinke 9-1 in Last 10 Starts

Entering Monday night’s game in San Francisco, Dodgers starter Zack Greinke has won nine out of his last ten starts. In two starts against the Giants this season, Greinke is 2-0, allowing four runs with 11 strikeouts .The Dodgers will need Greinke to continue his winning ways to turn the tide on a 2-7 slide in their last nine game.

The Giants will counter with Jake Peavy, who has put together a 3-0 record with a 2.19 ERA this month. The Giants have won the last six times he’s taken the mound at home. 

The two teams have been in high scoring games over the past week, with the total going over in five of the Giants last five games, and five of the Dodgers last seven.

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