Vikings vs Jets MNF Odds

It's a night of returns on Monday Night Football, as Brett Favre makes his return to New Jersey to face his former team, and Randy Moss makes his return to purple.

Minnesota tries to end a five-game road losing streak and the betting public has been pushing money on the Vikings since early in the week. [ {URL=}Matchup stats here {/URL}]


Giants vs Braves Game 4 Odds

The San Francisco Giants are one win away from going to the NLCS for the first time since 2002 after a dramatic come-from-behind win in Game 3. Here is a look at the National League Division Series matchup for bettors on Monday.

The Giants will try to take advantage of more defensive mistakes and finish off the Atlanta Braves in four games in their NLDS. Sportsbooks are not betting on a Giants victory, as they listed them as +135 underdogs.


Colts Will Rout Unbeaten Chiefs

The Kansas City Chiefs are the only undefeated team left in the NFL. Will that still be the case on Sunday when they face an Indianapolis Colts squad coming off a bad upset loss?

Not only have the Chiefs started the season 3-0, but they've also shocked bettors by winning all three games as the underdog. Kansas City is coming off their bye week and last played in Week 3 when they rocked San Francisco 31-10 as a 3-point home underdog.


Broncos focus of NFL Week 5 Prop Bets

The team NFL prop bettors should be paying attention to this weekend is the Denver Broncos.

The Broncos sport a totally one-dimensional offense right now that relies completely on the pass. Just look at the box score from their game against the Titans last week in which they threw the ball 50 times and ran it only 20 times.

This wasn't a one-time thing, either, because a week earlier against the Colts and their awful run defense Kyle Orton attempted 57 passes while the Broncos ran the ball only 18 times.


NLDS Odds - Phillies, Giants Favored

Both National League Division Series continue on Friday night in a doubleheader on TBS and will draw plenty of action at sportsbooks.

First off, the Philadelphia Phillies host the Cincinnati Reds for Game 2 of their NLDS matchup at 6:07 p.m. ET. After Phillies ace Roy Halladay threw the second no-hitter in MLB playoff history in Game 1, Roy Oswalt (13-13, 2.76 ERA) has a pretty tough act to follow in Game 2. [ {URL=}NLDS Odds - Phillies vs Reds Matchup Report {/URL}]


College football Odds for Week 6

There are a handful of huge games on the college football odds menu this weekend, including a massive Big Ten matchup that pushes Michigan vs Michigan State odds to the top of the pecking order.

No. 17 Michigan State at No. 18 Michigan; Saturday at 3:30 p.m. ET
Point Spread: Michigan -4.5 | Total: 65.5 at Bovada | {URL=}Matchup Report {/URL}


Strikeforce Diaz vs. Noons II Odds

Strikeforce rolls into San Jose Saturday for Diaz vs Noons II, a long-awaited rematch between current Strikeforce Welterweight champion Nick Diaz (22-7-1) and lethal striker and former EliteXC Welterweight champion K.J. Noons (12-2).

Diaz and Noons first met at EliteXC: Renegade for the Lightweight championship back in November 2007. The fight was stopped after the first round when Diaz suffered a couple of bad gashes on his face.


NHL Opening Weekend Odds

The first weekend of NHL betting offers a full slate of interesting hockey odds to choose from, with five of those games being played on neutral ice in Europe.

Friday night has six games scheduled, and Saturday sees the bulk of the action with a dozen games lined up. The weekend action wraps up on Sunday with three more games, including one from Scandinavia.


NFL Line Moves For Week 5

Half of the 14 games this week have experienced significant NFL line moves this week, with a pair of games have moving a full point from the opening number.

And on the Monday Nighter, a Viking bye week combined with a Randy Moss trade has moved the line three points in favor of Minnesota.


NHL Odds Season Opening Battles

NHL betting resumes today with an early match (played in Finland) and late games featuring some of the league's best rivalries.

Playing their home openers will be Toronto, Pittsburgh, Colorado, and Edmonton, but not all of them will be favorites tonight.

The Penguins will be looking to continue the dominance they displayed last season over the Philadelphia Flyers where they went five-for-six against their bitter rivals. The Pens will be in their new building for the first time, which should get the emotions up early on.



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