Last week we had two picks win their matchup straight up! Both Bowling Green and South Carolina pulled off major upsets and hit some huge moneylines. Here's to another week of underdogs hitting hard with Week 8 spread busters.
The season is still young, but there have been some big moves in the odds to win the Super Bowl. Now is the time to determine if some of these recent movers are real contenders or just early season pretenders.
The favorites hit back last week, but do not count out those underdogs just yet! This week we are going to start barking Friday night and bite on Saturday.
Now that every team in the league has played at least four games, we have reached the the quarter point of the NFL season. There have been some surprises and some upsets but also some expected results. There is still a long way to go, but if the season were to suddenly get called off today, here is who would win each end-of-season award.
After a second consecutive 4-1 week, the underdogs are officially back! We have increased our overall record to 14-11 and almost hit another huge moneyline with North Carolina over Clemson. This week there are not many options with the plus 20 spread, but we strongly feel there are still winners available!
The Super Bowl odds are constantly changing from week to week, and it is crucial for handicapping to try to maximize your odds on the team you believe will win it all. Let's look at the three biggest odds movers from Week 4 and top three value wagers.
The underdogs were biting again in Week 4 after a rough Week 3. As we near the end of September, here are some more underdogs that could make some noise again this week.
Patrick Mahomes is the heavy favorite to win the NFL MVP Award at +160, but it is still early in the season, and there are plenty of candidates in the running. Here are five value picks to wager against the Kansas City Chiefs star.
Underdogs had a tough time in Week 3, as only one FBS team covered a +20 or more spread. Here's the real shocker—it was against Alabama. Rest assured, the dogs are back and are ready to bite!
As Batman once said, “You either die a hero, or you live long enough to see yourself become the villain.” This quote translates to NFL players, as well. New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning is a good example.