Cardinals visit Ravens in Week 8 battle

Arizona gets its second straight major test, after failing its first at home last week against Pittsburgh.

The Cardinals get the Baltimore Ravens on a short week (Monday Nighter) and they have just three wins in 17 tries as an underdog recently. They are also just 3-11 ATS in their past 14 road games (including 10 straight SU losses).

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Pats in Pittsburgh to highlight NFL odds

Another exciting NFL betting card this week is highlighted by a matchup between the AFC’s two five-win teams, the New England Patriots and the Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field. The winner will have the best record in the AFC and an inside track to the conference’s top seed.

New England is a 2.5-point road favorite at 5Dimes as they have looked like the sharper team to this point. The Patriots have dominated this series in recent years, going 7-3 SU and 8-2 ATS in their last 10 games against the Steelers.


Houston vs Rice NCAA Matchup

The Houston Cougars hope to stay undefeated and keep their dream season alive when they host the Rice Owls this Thursday night.

Rice has won two of the last three SU against Houston and are 4-1 ATS in their last five against the Cougars, but did fall 73-14 the last time they played in Houston.

Case Keenum became college football’s all-time leader in total offense last week with 376 yards passing and six passing touchdowns against Marshall.


NASCAR Betting: Tums Fast Relief 500

Carl Edwards leads the Sprint Cup standings and the NASCAR betting board as the circuit's drivers get set to take on Martinsville Speedway in the Tums Fast Relief 500 on Sunday afternoon.

Edwards is up by 14 points on Matt Kenseth in the driver standings after six Chase events, and as a result he's the 2/3 favorite at Bovada to win the Sprint Cup championship this season. Edwards leads all drivers with 16 Top-5 finishes and 22 Top-10 results through the first 32 races of the 2011 season.


Monday Night Football Prop Odds

The game looks one-sided making the list of Monday Night Football prop odds especially interesting as the Ravens and Jaguars clash tonight.

Baltimore opened as 8.5-point favorites and bettors pushed the point spread up past -10.5 at one online sportsbook (TopBet), which is rare for a road team on national TV. And the total has hovered around 38.5.


Tests for undefeated NCAA teams

Only eight undefeated teams remain after Wisconsin and Oklahoma fell last week, and three of those undefeated teams get extremely tough tests this week on the college football odds board. Who will survive in this dogfight of a season?


World Series Odds: Cards at Rangers

World Series betting continues in Arlington on Monday night with Game 5 between the St. Louis Cardinals and the Texas Rangers.

The Cards hand the ball to ace Chris Carpenter for Monday's contest, while the Rangers counter with C.J. Wilson. In Game 4 on Sunday Texas picked up a 4-0 win to tie up the series at 2-2.


Ravens vs Jaguars MNF Odds

Jacksonville gets a rare Monday Nighter and it's not a spot where they have excelled over the years, going just 2-7 ATS since 1999.

And they face a tough Baltimore team that manhandled the Jets and Texans the past two weeks. The Ravens also boast a 7-1 SU run against the Jaguars.


Panthers, Canadiens on NHL lines

Many didn’t expect the Montreal Canadiens (1-4-2) to be struggling this bad early in the season. They hope a visit from the Florida Panthers (4-3-0), whom the Canadiens have won three straight against, gives them a boost in the win column in NHL betting action on Monday night.

Montreal will be home favorites at 5Dimes in this contest, but the Canadiens have failed to win in three games where they have been the oddsmakers' choice. Florida is 2-3 as an underdog this season, and they did split a pair of games in Montreal last season.


Baseball Betting: Cards at Rangers

The St. Louis Cardinals and Texas Rangers meet again on the World Series betting board on Sunday in Game 4 of the set in Arlington.

Edwin Jackson gets the ball for the Cardinals on Sunday, while the Rangers turn to Derek Holland. In Game 3 on Saturday night St. Louis picked up a victory to take a 2-1 lead in the best-of-seven series.



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