Week 10 Thursday Night Football, College Football, UFC and More | Odds Shark’s Guys & Bets (Episode 288)

Joe Osborne, Iain MacMillan and Pamela Maldonado have some of their best bets lined up for the NFL Thursday nighter, college football and more!

Joe is looking at the Thursday Night Football matchup to get the show started. It’s an AFC South clash with the 5-3 Indianapolis Colts on the road to face the 6-2 Tennessee Titans. The Titans bounced back nicely against the Chicago Bears to end their two-game losing skid, and now face a Colts defense that is allowing a league-low 290 yards per game. Not to be outdone, the Titans defense leads the league with 10 turnovers.

On to the UFC Apex in Las Vegas for Joe’s next pick. Paul Felder went from calling the Main Event to fighting in it. The 35-year-old is the No. 7-ranked contender in the lightweight division and will have his hands full with Rafael dos Anjos. Coming into this fight, the Brazilian has gone to a decision in five of his last six bouts. Joe has a bet on how the fight will be won.

Iain is looking at Thursday Night Football as well but he’s playing a prop bet. Derrick Henry’s rushing yards total is set at 82.5 and he’s topped that number in two of his last five games, but as mentioned earlier, this Colts defense doesn’t give up a lot of yards. Could be a tall order against Darius Leonard and company, even for a running back like Henry.

Iain turns his attention to college football. Boise State dropped its first game of the season last week, getting hammered by BYU 51-17. The Broncos are big favorites at home against the Colorado State Rams. The Rams are coming off their first win of the season, beating Wyoming 34-24. Dante Wright had 10 receptions for 146 yards to help the Rams get off the schneid.

Pamela is up with her college football picks and she’s looking at the total and a side in a Big Ten game. The surprising Northwestern Wildcats are in West Lafayette, Indiana, to face the Purdue Boilermakers. This line started out with Purdue as a 1-point fave, but has swung all the way to Northwestern being a 2.5-point favorite at showtime. The Wildcats are 3-0 with wins over Maryland, Iowa and Nebraska, while allowing a measly 12 points per game.