NFL and NCAA Football Props

NFL and NCAA Football Props

2018 Ryder Cup Las Vegas Odds: Westgate Las Vegas

TO LIFT THE TROPHY:
USA         - 150
EUROPE         +130
                   
ODDS TO WIN (3-WAY POINTS RESULT):
TO LIFT THE TROPHY:
USA         – 150
EUROPE         +130
                   
ODDS TO WIN (3-WAY POINTS RESULT):
USA         – 130
EUROPE         +130
TIE         +1200
                   
ALTERNATE HANDICAPS
                   
USA           – 1½ +130
EUROPE             – 150
                   
USA           – 2½ +180
EUROPE             – 220
                   
USA           – 3½ +240
EUROPE             – 300
                   
USA           – 4½ +300
EUROPE             – 400
                   
DAILY OUTCOMES
                   
DAY 1 WINNER (3-WAY POINTS RESULT):
USA         – 110
EUROPE         +175
TIE         +500
DAY 2 WINNER (3-WAY POINTS RESULT):
USA         +110
EUROPE         +150
TIE         +450
DAY 3 (SINGLES) WINNER (3-WAY POINTS RESULT):
USA         – 130
EUROPE         +150
TIE         +1000

 

 

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Ryder Cup: Head to Head Picks by the Golf Engine

We take a break from football to bring you a golf engine which uses machine learning to evaluate 1,500 different statistics for every golfer on the PGA Tour over each tournament since 2004. The analysis of this massive dataset provides an opportunity to predict players that are due to go low. 

The engine looks at how

We take a break from football to bring you a golf engine which uses machine learning to evaluate 1,500 different statistics for every golfer on the PGA Tour over each tournament since 2004. The analysis of this massive dataset provides an opportunity to predict players that are due to go low. 

The engine looks at how each statistical set contributes to what we can expect from players on this stage, at this tournament. It’s a complex web of information that can only be properly analyzed by a math engine, yet yields some objectively surprising results.

The United States carries a heavy advantage in the 2018 Ryder Cup as seen by the Las Vegas Odds. This is neither surprising nor out of the ordinary going into this event. The majority of the best players in the world, its professional tournaments and money in the sport come from the US.

The Europeans do however carry a lot of pride for inventing the game. And, tend to enjoy embarrassing the US on a semi-annual basis, regardless of how stacked the odds always seem against them.

We suspect this year will be no different, and in the end, it will be a very close and exciting tournament even though the US should walk-away cleanly with the Cup (spoiler alert – they won’t, drama inevitably to ensue).

Should make for a fun weekend regardless as this is so-much-more than a golf tournament and there a nearly unlimited possibilities for prop-bets out there.

Head to Head Picks

Use the drop-down menu to select the individual US and European player and see the projected head to head match-up winner.




 

How the Golf Engine makes its picks

We use machine learning to evaluate 1,500 different statistics for every golfer on the PGA Tour over each tournament since 2004. The analysis of this massive dataset allows gives us an opportunity to predict players that are due to go low.

The machine learns how these statistics can become a unique strength or glaring weakness for each golfer by comparing tens of thousands of different combinations and separating the patterns from the noise.

The resulting ‘model’ is able to ‘deep dive’ and determine when to expect low rounds from a pro, given their unique style of play. These calculations are next to impossible to do quickly and certainly without personal and subjective biases, until now.

Historical Results

View the golf engine’s picks and results for the British Open and PGA Championship or get the 2018 Ryder Cup Odds here.

 

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NFL Week 4 Thursday Night Football Props: Vikings vs. Rams

At the beginning of the season, there were many who firmly believed that tonight's matchup between the Minnesota Vikings and the Los Angeles Rams would be a preview of the NFC championship game.

The Rams are currently tied for third in total points scored (102) and first in points allowed (36),  giving them the best

At the beginning of the season, there were many who firmly believed that tonight’s matchup between the Minnesota Vikings and the Los Angeles Rams would be a preview of the NFC championship game.

The Rams are currently tied for third in total points scored (102) and first in points allowed (36),  giving them the best point differential(+66)  in the NFL by a long shot –  the next closest are the Ravens at +46.

Todd Gurley has recorded 4 touchdowns and 255 yards through three weeks, while Brandin Cooks has caught for 336 yards, but is yet to find the end zone.

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The Vikings are one of four teams to start the season 1-1-1, an anomaly unto itself. While week one featured a strong performance against the 49ers as their defense recorded three interceptions and a fumble recovery.

Week 2 versus the Packers ended in a tie, but could have gone either way with Vikings kicker Daniel Carlson missing 3 field goals and Clay Matthews getting called for roughing the passer on a play that would have sealed if for the Packers.

And then there’s week 3. Anyone who follows the NFL was rightfully shocked by the Buffalo Bills 27-6 win in Minnesota, as the Vikings were a 16.5 point favorite.

Keep in mind, it’s still early in the season, and a win on Thursday would discard any fears had by the Vikings faithful.

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Vikings vs. Rams Props



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Martin graduated from University of Vermont with a degree in Mathematics. After graduation he left Vermont to work for an educational nonprofit called City Year for two years, and followed that up by attending the data science immersive program at Galvanize in Denver. He is an avid Green Bay Packer fan, and spends his free time playing football and soccer.

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NFL Week 3 Props: Saints Falcons

Week 3 features the first of two meetings between NFC South foes, the Atlanta Falcons and New Orleans Saints. Both teams present strong quarterbacks and top wide receivers.

Over the first two weeks, the Saints have been outscored by their opponents 66-61 (Buccaneers 2-0, Browns 0-1-1), while the Falcons have outscored their opponents 43-42 (Eagles 1-1,

Week 3 features the first of two meetings between NFC South foes, the Atlanta Falcons and New Orleans Saints. Both teams present strong quarterbacks and top wide receivers.

Over the first two weeks, the Saints have been outscored by their opponents 66-61 (Buccaneers 2-0, Browns 0-1-1), while the Falcons have outscored their opponents 43-42 (Eagles 1-1, Panthers 1-1).

The Saints and Falcons both present strong passing games and a more than sufficient, run game. 

Freeman and Kamara have changed the way these two offenses have performed, considering their pass-catching ability.

Falcons’ Coach Dan Quinn says Freeman is day-to-day, so his status should be monitored, regardless of whether or not he gets the okay to play. Kamara, on the other hand, will look to continue his explosive play.

In week 4, the Saints travel New York to take on a struggling Giants team, and the Falcons host the Bengals who currently sit atop the AFC North at 2-0.

Here are a handful of player, game and team props for the New Orleans Saints at Atlanta Falcons game.

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Martin graduated from University of Vermont with a degree in Mathematics. After graduation he left Vermont to work for an educational nonprofit called City Year for two years, and followed that up by attending the data science immersive program at Galvanize in Denver. He is an avid Green Bay Packer fan, and spends his free time playing football and soccer.

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NFL Player Props for Week 3

Last week, Ryan Fitzpatrick and ex-Eagle DeSean Jackson connected for a 75-yard touchdown on the first play from scrimmage. After being down 20 points late in the 3rd quarter, Philly almost managed a comeback but fell short. This week, Carson Wentz returns as the starting quarterback to take on the Indianapolis Colts- and you can

Last week, Ryan Fitzpatrick and ex-Eagle DeSean Jackson connected for a 75-yard touchdown on the first play from scrimmage. After being down 20 points late in the 3rd quarter, Philly almost managed a comeback but fell short. This week, Carson Wentz returns as the starting quarterback to take on the Indianapolis Colts- and you can bet the Eagles are hungry. Last Time Wentz was on the field, he tossed for 291 yards and 4 touchdowns en route to a 43-35 win over the Rams.

Ryan Fitzpatrick on the other hand, has started this season with with 8 touchdowns, 819 yards, only 1 interception and a QBR of 151.5. He will look to continue his success this Monday night when the winless Steelers roll into Tampa Bay.

Patrick Mahomes is the only player with more (10) touchdowns than Fitzpatrick through week 2. The red-hot Chiefs will host the 49ers, who just bounced back with a win over Detroit.

Here are the player props for week 3:



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Martin graduated from University of Vermont with a degree in Mathematics. After graduation he left Vermont to work for an educational nonprofit called City Year for two years, and followed that up by attending the data science immersive program at Galvanize in Denver. He is an avid Green Bay Packer fan, and spends his free time playing football and soccer.

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Heisman Trophy Winner Props: Updated through Week 3

Updated Heisman Trophy odds as we head into Week 4 of College Football. Tua Tagovailoa, Will Grier, Dwayne Haskins, and Jonathan Taylor keep the top 4 spots. JK Dobbins jumps up.

Note: Change column indicates the percentage change in the odds of each player. Positive change

Updated Heisman Trophy odds as we head into Week 4 of College Football. Tua Tagovailoa, Will Grier, Dwayne Haskins, and Jonathan Taylor keep the top 4 spots. JK Dobbins jumps up.

Note: Change column indicates the percentage change in the odds of each player. Positive change labeled in green means the player is getting bet and his odds are lower. Negative change in red means the player’s odds have regressed.



 

Odds provided by Westgate.

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Martin graduated from University of Vermont with a degree in Mathematics. After graduation he left Vermont to work for an educational nonprofit called City Year for two years, and followed that up by attending the data science immersive program at Galvanize in Denver. He is an avid Green Bay Packer fan, and spends his free time playing football and soccer.

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Super Bowl 53 Odds: Updated for Week 3

Key takeaways from week 2:

  • Rams and Jaguars Continue to Soar!
  • Patriots still top contender despite loss.
  • Florida is the place to be with Jaguars, Dolphins, and Bucs each off to 2-0 start.
  • Bills, Cardinals continue to struggle.
  • Giants, Lions, and Seahawks all 0-2 after tough openers.

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Key takeaways from week 2:

  • Rams and Jaguars Continue to Soar!
  • Patriots still top contender despite loss.
  • Florida is the place to be with Jaguars, Dolphins, and Bucs each off to 2-0 start.
  • Bills, Cardinals continue to struggle.
  • Giants, Lions, and Seahawks all 0-2 after tough openers.


Data courtesy of Bovada.

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Martin graduated from University of Vermont with a degree in Mathematics. After graduation he left Vermont to work for an educational nonprofit called City Year for two years, and followed that up by attending the data science immersive program at Galvanize in Denver. He is an avid Green Bay Packer fan, and spends his free time playing football and soccer.

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NFL Monday Night Football Player Props: Will Khalil Mack Sack Russell Wilson

For MNF, September 17, 2018.

Will Khalil Mack sack Russell Wilson?

Yes -150

No +110

Will Khalil Mack intercept Russell Wilson?

Yes +950

No - 3500

For MNF, September 17, 2018.

Will Khalil Mack sack Russell Wilson?

Yes -150

No +110

Will Khalil Mack intercept Russell Wilson?

Yes +950

No – 3500

Both players must start for action

Data provided by Bovada.

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NFL Player Props Week 3: Which Kickers Will Be Cut

Will Zane Gonzalez be cut before September 20 2018?

Yes       -2000   (1/20)

No        +750     (15/2)

 

Will Daniel Carlson be cut before September 23 2018?

Yes       -500     (1/5)

No        +300     (3/1)

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Will Zane Gonzalez be cut before September 20 2018?

Yes       -2000   (1/20)

No        +750     (15/2)

 

Will Daniel Carlson be cut before September 23 2018?

Yes       -500     (1/5)

No        +300     (3/1)

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Super Bowl 53 Odds: Updated for Week 2

Super Bowl 53 Updated odds are here. Biggers movers with lower odds week 2 than week 1 include the Bears, Bucs, Dolphins and Jets, while Chargers, Falcons, Texans and Cowboys all regressed.

And, not surprisingly, the New England Patriots remain the favorite to win Super Bowl 53 at 6/1.

Get this week's game lines here.

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Super Bowl 53 Updated odds are here. Biggers movers with lower odds week 2 than week 1 include the Bears, Bucs, Dolphins and Jets, while Chargers, Falcons, Texans and Cowboys all regressed.

And, not surprisingly, the New England Patriots remain the favorite to win Super Bowl 53 at 6/1.

Get this week’s game lines here.

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Martin is a data analyst that has been applauded for his ability to make the complex simple. He grew up on a farm in northern Vermont and spent his summers helping his mom lead llama treks at Smugglers’ Notch Resort.

Martin graduated from University of Vermont with a degree in Mathematics. After graduation he left Vermont to work for an educational nonprofit called City Year for two years, and followed that up by attending the data science immersive program at Galvanize in Denver. He is an avid Green Bay Packer fan, and spends his free time playing football and soccer.

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NFL Player Props: Week 2

 

NFL Player Props for Week Two are here.

Click the Read More link to view the Week 2 player props table.

 

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NFL Player Props for Week Two are here.

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Martin graduated from University of Vermont with a degree in Mathematics. After graduation he left Vermont to work for an educational nonprofit called City Year for two years, and followed that up by attending the data science immersive program at Galvanize in Denver. He is an avid Green Bay Packer fan, and spends his free time playing football and soccer.

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NFL Week 2 Props: First Head Coach To Be Fired

Every year someone has to be the first to go - so we are bringing you the odds on the first coach to be fired. It's interesting to note that of the seven new head coaches hired this year, only Mike Vrabel is on the bookmaker chopping

Every year someone has to be the first to go – so we are bringing you the odds on the first coach to be fired. It’s interesting to note that of the seven new head coaches hired this year, only Mike Vrabel is on the bookmaker chopping block.


Data provided by Bovada.

Martin is a data analyst that has been applauded for his ability to make the complex simple. He grew up on a farm in northern Vermont and spent his summers helping his mom lead llama treks at Smugglers’ Notch Resort.

Martin graduated from University of Vermont with a degree in Mathematics. After graduation he left Vermont to work for an educational nonprofit called City Year for two years, and followed that up by attending the data science immersive program at Galvanize in Denver. He is an avid Green Bay Packer fan, and spends his free time playing football and soccer.

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NFL Player Props: Week 2 Thursday Night Football

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Props and odds provided Westgate

Get NFL Week 2 point spread, over/under and money-line odds.



Props and odds provided Westgate

Get NFL Week 2 point spread, over/under and money-line odds.

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Martin graduated from University of Vermont with a degree in Mathematics. After graduation he left Vermont to work for an educational nonprofit called City Year for two years, and followed that up by attending the data science immersive program at Galvanize in Denver. He is an avid Green Bay Packer fan, and spends his free time playing football and soccer.

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On the Roto Radar Podcast: NFL DFS, Prop and Game Pick Discussion

NFP is pleased to present the debut episode of On the RotoRadar. In partnership with RotoRadar, the podcast will dig deep into DFS advice with their experts as well as NFL best bets from professional sports bettor, Christian Pina. Pina will analyze which games are getting action

NFP is pleased to present the debut episode of On the RotoRadar. In partnership with RotoRadar, the podcast will dig deep into DFS advice with their experts as well as NFL best bets from professional sports bettor, Christian Pina. Pina will analyze which games are getting action and why, and provide opportunistic spots and angles including prop bets.

DFS analysts and experts include Cash Game Pro Analyst, OnceHarby went an amazing 18-3 last Season. GPP Pro Analyst, FadeToBlack has qualified for three FanDuel Live Finals. Handicapping Pro Analyst and @Ericsports

Time Stamps for Week 1 “On The RotoRadar” Podcast:

  • Intro to Week 1 – 0:00-5:00
  • Thrive Fantasy – 5:00-6:35
  • Game-by-game breakdown – 7:00-1:27:00
  • Cleveland Upset – 34:00
  • Christian’s Handicapping Lock of the Week – 37:00
  • Harby’s Favorite Running Back of Week 1 – 50:30
  • A “Chalky” Ravens Game – 53:40
  • An Unlikely Emerging Workhorse – 1:11:00
  • Why is no-one talking about this guy? – 1:17:00
  • Aaron Rodgers > Tom Brady – 1:22:00
  • Twitter Q & A with the listeners – 1:27:10
  • Final Thoughts on Week 1 – 1:34:00

 

 

 

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College Football Props: Heisman Trophy Winner

Updated Heisman Trophy odds. 

The Heisman Memorial Trophy is the most prestigious award given in college football in recognizance of performance which best exhibits the pursuit of excellence with integrity.

Note: the blue color text indicates player odds that have improved (been bet) since August while red text shows players whose odds have gotten worse.

Updated Heisman Trophy odds. 

The Heisman Memorial Trophy is the most prestigious award given in college football in recognizance of performance which best exhibits the pursuit of excellence with integrity.

Note: the blue color text indicates player odds that have improved (been bet) since August while red text shows players whose odds have gotten worse.


Data provided by Bovada

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Martin graduated from University of Vermont with a degree in Mathematics. After graduation he left Vermont to work for an educational nonprofit called City Year for two years, and followed that up by attending the data science immersive program at Galvanize in Denver. He is an avid Green Bay Packer fan, and spends his free time playing football and soccer.

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NFL Team Props: Current Odds to Make the Playoffs

Will the Arizona Cardinals make the playoffs?

Yes +450 (9/2)

No  -650 (2/13)

Will the Atlanta Falcons make the playoffs?

Yes  -145 (20/29)

No +115 (23/20)

Will the Baltimore Ravens make the playoffs?

Yes +130 (13/10)

No  EVEN (1/1)

Will the Buffalo Bills make the playoffs?

Yes +550 (11/2)

No -900 (1/9)

Will the Carolina

Will the Arizona Cardinals make the playoffs?

Yes +450 (9/2)

No  -650 (2/13)

Will the Atlanta Falcons make the playoffs?

Yes  -145 (20/29)

No +115 (23/20)

Will the Baltimore Ravens make the playoffs?

Yes +130 (13/10)

No  EVEN (1/1)

Will the Buffalo Bills make the playoffs?

Yes +550 (11/2)

No -900 (1/9)

Will the Carolina Panthers make the playoffs?

Yes +130 (13/10)

No -160 (5/8)

Will the Chicago Bears make the playoffs?

Yes +300 (3/1)

No  -400 (1/4)

Will the Cincinnati Bengals make the playoffs?

Yes +325 (13/4)

No -450 (2/9)

Will the Cleveland Browns make the playoffs?

Yes +350 (7/2)

No -500 (1/5)

Will the Dallas Cowboys make the playoffs?

Yes +150 (3/2)

No -180 (5/9)

Will the Denver Broncos make the playoffs?

Yes +240 (12/5)

No -300 (1/3)

Will the Detroit Lions make the playoffs?

Yes +240 (12/5)

No  -300 (1/3)

Will the Green Bay Packers make the playoffs?

Yes -200 (1/2)

No +160 (8/5)

Will the Houston Texans make the playoffs?

Yes -130 (10/13)

No   EVEN (1/1)

Will the Indianapolis Colts make the playoffs?

Yes +240 (12/5)

No -300 (1/3)

Will the Jacksonville Jaguars make the playoffs?

Yes  -140 (5/7)

No  +110 (11/10)

Will the Kansas City Chiefs make the playoffs?

Yes +120 (6/5)

No -150 (2/3)

Will the Los Angeles Chargers make the playoffs?

Yes -150 (2/3)

No +120 (6/5)

Will the Los Angeles Rams make the playoffs?

Yes  -220 (5/11)

No  +180 (9/5)

Will the Miami Dolphins make the playoffs?

Yes +375 (15/4)

No  -550 (2/11)

Will the Minnesota Vikings make the playoffs?

Yes -230 (10/23)

No +190 (19/10)

Will the New England Patriots make the playoffs?

Yes -1100 (1/11)

No +625 (25/4)

Will the New Orleans Saints make the playoffs?

Yes  -165 (20/33)

No  +135 (27/20)

Will the New York Giants make the playoffs?

Yes +350 (7/2) +300 (3/1)

No -500 (1/5) -400 (1/4)

Will the New York Jets make the playoffs?

Yes +500 (5/1)

No  -800 (1/8)

Will the Oakland Raiders make the playoffs?

Yes +200 (2/1)

No  -260 (5/13)

Will the Philadelphia Eagles make the playoffs?

Yes  -260 (5/13)

No  +200 (2/1)

Will the Pittsburgh Steelers make the playoffs?

Yes  -400 (1/4)

No  +300 (3/1)

Will the San Francisco 49ers make the playoffs?

Yes  +150 (3/2)

No   -180 (5/9)

7Will the Seattle Seahawks make the playoffs?

Yes +250 (3/2)

No -325 (4/13)

Will the Tampa Bay Buccaneers make the playoffs?

Yes +375 (15/4)

No -550 (2/11)

Will the Tennessee Titans make the playoffs?

Yes  +150 (3/2)

No  -180 (5/9)

Will the Washington Redskins make the playoffs?

Yes  +325 (13/4)

No   -450 (2/9)

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NFL Player Props for the 2018-19 Season : Wide Receiver and Running Back Props / Sacks

This is NFP's unique take on presenting over/under player props.

Use the drop-down menu to sort and compare by WR and RB yards and TD's and defensive player Sack Props. Learn more about how props payout.

For example, is JJ Watt deserving an over/under sack line of 14? This is 2.5 more sacks

This is NFP’s unique take on presenting over/under player props.

Use the drop-down menu to sort and compare by WR and RB yards and TD’s and defensive player Sack Props. Learn more about how props payout.

For example, is JJ Watt deserving an over/under sack line of 14? This is 2.5 more sacks or 17% more than DeMarcus Lawrence.


Data provided by Bovada.

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Martin graduated from University of Vermont with a degree in Mathematics. After graduation he left Vermont to work for an educational nonprofit called City Year for two years, and followed that up by attending the data science immersive program at Galvanize in Denver. He is an avid Green Bay Packer fan, and spends his free time playing football and soccer.

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NFL Week 1 Game Odds: FanDuel Sportsbook

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DATE Time FAVORITE SPREAD UNDERDOG TOTAL AWAY MONEY LINE HOME MONEY LINE
September 6, 2018 8:20pm at Eagles -2.5 Falcons 45 116 -132
September 9, 2018 1:00pm at Ravens -7 Bills 40.5 250 -300
September 9, 2018 1:00pm at Colts -3 Bengals 48.5 132 -148
September 9, 2018 1:00pm at Patriots -6.5 Texans 50.5 225 -260
September 9, 2018 1:00pm at Jaguars -3 Giants 43.5 146 -164
September 9, 2018 1:00pm at Steelers -3.5 Browns 46 164 -184
September 9, 2018 1:00pm at Vikings -6.5 49ers 46 225 -260
September 9, 2018 1:00pm at Saints -9.5 Buccaneers 49.5 350 -420
September 9, 2018 1:00pm at Titans -1 Dolphins 45 104 -118
September 9, 2018 4:05pm at Chargers -3.5 Chiefs 48 154 -176
September 9, 2018 4:25pm at Panthers -2.5 Cowboys 43 130 -148
September 9, 2018 4:25pm at Broncos Seahawks 42 116 -130
September 9, 2018 4:25pm at Cardinals pk Redskins 44 -104 -108
September 9, 2018 8:20pm at Packers -7.5 Bears 47 290 -340
September 10, 2018 7:10pm at Lions -6.5 Jets 45 240 -280
September 10, 2018 10:20pm ar Rams -4 Raiders 49 168 -192

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The Khalil Mack Effect: Updated Bears and Raiders Win Totals And Playoff Props

Chicago Bears win total moved from 6.5 to 7

Chicago Bears to make playoffs moved from +375 (15/4) to +300 (3/1)

Chicago Bears to win Super Bowl moved from 80/1 to 66/1

Chicago Bears to win NFC moved from 33/1 to 30/1

Chicago Bears to win NFC North moved from

Chicago Bears win total moved from 6.5 to 7

Chicago Bears to make playoffs moved from +375 (15/4) to +300 (3/1)

Chicago Bears to win Super Bowl moved from 80/1 to 66/1

Chicago Bears to win NFC moved from 33/1 to 30/1

Chicago Bears to win NFC North moved from 9/1 to 8/1

Oakland Raiders win total moved from 8 to 7.5

Oakland Raiders to make playoffs moved from +160 (8/5) to +200 (2/1)

Oakland Raiders to win Super Bowl moved from 25/1 to 35/1

Oakland Raiders to win AFC moved from14/1 to 15/1

Oakland Raiders to win AFC West moved from +325 (13/4) to +375 (15/4)

Additional Note:

Khalil Mack – Total Sacks for the 2018 Regular Season

Over/Under                               11

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How Prop Payouts Work

Prop betting is a growing product feature of the NFL betting menu. Prop bets can make up as much as 15-20% of overall NFL handle for online and mobile sportsbooks with a higher hold (profit) than side and total bets.

“Usually on a typical weekend we’ll have props on the Thursday, Sunday, & Monday night games,"

Prop betting is a growing product feature of the NFL betting menu. Prop bets can make up as much as 15-20% of overall NFL handle for online and mobile sportsbooks with a higher hold (profit) than side and total bets.

“Usually on a typical weekend we’ll have props on the Thursday, Sunday, & Monday night games,” said Jay Kornegay, Vice President of Race and Sports Operations at Westgate. “At times, we’ll have props posted on other marquee matchups. Each game will have 10-20 props. Most are on individual players and team props. A small percentage is head to head.”

Interactive Prop Odds Table
The interactive table below will enable quicker digestion of the risk and reward that comes with prop betting.

For example, a -200 line that means for every $200 you wager, you’ll win $100 (plus your $200 original bet amount). While the “plus money” side of the bet means for every $100 you wager, you’ll win $170 (plus your $100 original bet amount). This difference between wager amount on the favorite $200 (-200) and winning amount $170 (+170)on the underdog is called a 30 cent line.

  • Use the drop-down menu to navigate between .20 to .30 to .40 lines.
  • Hover to the Fav (favorite) and Dog (underdog) lines that match your props.
  • Get the Fav and Dog percentage of happening, based on the odds 
  • View the Overround, the estimated profit of the sportsbook and a key measurement in profitability.

Learn more about the technical nature of the Overround here.



Martin is a data analyst that has been applauded for his ability to make the complex simple. He grew up on a farm in northern Vermont and spent his summers helping his mom lead llama treks at Smugglers’ Notch Resort.

Martin graduated from University of Vermont with a degree in Mathematics. After graduation he left Vermont to work for an educational nonprofit called City Year for two years, and followed that up by attending the data science immersive program at Galvanize in Denver. He is an avid Green Bay Packer fan, and spends his free time playing football and soccer.

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How the Super Bowl Odds Changed Through the Off Season

Super Bowl odds change as recreational and sharp bettors back their favorite team. This is a look at how the odds to win Super Bowl 53 have changed over the course of the last six months. See how the odds have shifted from post Super Bowl, to the draft and now through the preseason. The

Super Bowl odds change as recreational and sharp bettors back their favorite team. This is a look at how the odds to win Super Bowl 53 have changed over the course of the last six months. See how the odds have shifted from post Super Bowl, to the draft and now through the preseason. The Cardinals have slid from 50/1 in February to 150/1 now, while the Chargers have improved to 16/1 after being posted at 35/1 initally. See how the rest of the teams stand:

Data provided by Bovada.


Martin is a data analyst that has been applauded for his ability to make the complex simple. He grew up on a farm in northern Vermont and spent his summers helping his mom lead llama treks at Smugglers’ Notch Resort.

Martin graduated from University of Vermont with a degree in Mathematics. After graduation he left Vermont to work for an educational nonprofit called City Year for two years, and followed that up by attending the data science immersive program at Galvanize in Denver. He is an avid Green Bay Packer fan, and spends his free time playing football and soccer.

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Will Kaepernick Play With an NFL Team This Season and Other Random Props

Will Colin Kaepernick be with an NFL Team in 2019?

Yes      +350     (7/2)

No         -500     (1/5)

 

Rob Gronkowski - Total Starts in the 2018 Regular Season

Over/Under                               13.5

 

Jordan Reed - Total Starts in the

Will Colin Kaepernick be with an NFL Team in 2019?

Yes      +350     (7/2)

No         -500     (1/5)

 

Rob Gronkowski – Total Starts in the 2018 Regular Season

Over/Under                               13.5

 

Jordan Reed – Total Starts in the 2018 Regular Season

Over/Under                               10.5

 

Which running back will have the most rushing yards in 2018 for the New England Patriots?

Rex Burkhead               2/3

Sony Michel                  8/5

Jeremy Hill                    5/1

James White                 5/1

Mike Gillislee                 25/1

Data provided by Bovada

Mitch Reames

After graduating from the University of Oregon’s Journalism program, Mitch began writing for SportTechie. After beginning as a writer for NFP, he’s now the content quarterback for the site.

He also publishes articles in addition to editing, most of his original writing focuses on the intersection of the NFL and esports.

When he’s not playing Fortnite, Rocket League or Hearthstone, Mitch is rooting on the LA Rams, Oregon Ducks and his fantasy team.

Follow him on Twitter @Mitch_Reames

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Odds to Win Defensive Rookie of the Year

While the offensive rookie of the year award is often more talked about, the defensive award is just as important. Right now, Broncos DE Bradley Chubb is the favorite. Chubb definitely has the talent, but maybe more importantly, he also has a favorable situation with teams focusing blocking on Von Miller. Check the odds below

While the offensive rookie of the year award is often more talked about, the defensive award is just as important. Right now, Broncos DE Bradley Chubb is the favorite. Chubb definitely has the talent, but maybe more importantly, he also has a favorable situation with teams focusing blocking on Von Miller. Check the odds below and let us know who you like a value bet this year:

Odds to win Defensive Rookie of the Year

Bradley Chubb                          4/1

Roquan Smith                           11/2

Tremaine Edmunds                    19/2

Minkah Fitzpatrick                     14/1

Derwin James                           14/1

Denzel Ward                             14/1

Leighton Vander Esch               15/1

Jaire Alexander                         18/1

Marcus Davenport                     18/1

Rashaan Evans                         18/1

Harold Landry                           18/1

Josh Jackson                           20/1

Terrell Edmunds                        28/1

Vita Vea                                    28/1

Carlton Davis                            33/1

Donte Jackson                          33/1

Darius Leonard                          33/1

Da’Ron Payne                           33/1

Jessie Bates                             35/1

Taven Bryan                              35/1

Uchenna Nwosu                        35/1

MJ Stewart                                35/1

Kemoko Turay                           35/1

Mike Hughes                             40/1

Maurice Hurst                            40/1

Isaiah Oliver                              40/1

Breeland Speaks                       66/1

Tyquan Lewis                            70/1

PJ Hall                                      85/1

Data provided by Bovada

Mitch Reames

After graduating from the University of Oregon’s Journalism program, Mitch began writing for SportTechie. After beginning as a writer for NFP, he’s now the content quarterback for the site.

He also publishes articles in addition to editing, most of his original writing focuses on the intersection of the NFL and esports.

When he’s not playing Fortnite, Rocket League or Hearthstone, Mitch is rooting on the LA Rams, Oregon Ducks and his fantasy team.

Follow him on Twitter @Mitch_Reames

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NFL Defensive Player of the Year Odds

JJ Watt                         5/1

Joey Bosa                    11/2

Aaron Donald                11/2

Khalil Mack                   11/2

Von Miller                     9/1

Jalen Ramsey               14/1

Luke Kuechley               22/1

Cameron Jordan            22/1

DeMarcus Lawrence      22/1

Chandler Jones             30/1

Calais Campbell            33/1

JJ Watt                         5/1

Joey Bosa                    11/2

Aaron Donald                11/2

Khalil Mack                   11/2

Von Miller                     9/1

Jalen Ramsey               14/1

Luke Kuechley               22/1

Cameron Jordan            22/1

DeMarcus Lawrence      22/1

Chandler Jones             30/1

Calais Campbell            33/1

Fletcher Cox                 33/1

Myles Garrett                33/1

Harrison Smith              33/1

Bobby Wagner              35/1

Tyrann Mathieu              40/1

Xavier Rhodes              40/1

Bradley Chubb              50/1

Jadaveon Clowney        50/1

Myles Jack                   50/1

Marshon Lattimore         50/1

CJ Mosley                    60/1

Deion Jones                 66/1

Eric Berry                      75/1

Everson Griffen             75/1

Malik Hooker                 75/1

Telvin Smith                  75/1

Marcus Peters               75/1

Stephon Tuitt                80/1

Kwon Alexander            85/1

Roquan Smith               85/1

Keanu Neaul                  90/1

Other players available on request

Data provided by Bovada

Notes: Two of the top four players still do not have contracts. (Aaron Donald, Rams; Khalil Mack, Raiders)

Jalen Ramsey is the only secondary player with odds better than 33/1 where safeties Harrison Smith and Bobby Wagner sit. 

Mitch Reames

After graduating from the University of Oregon’s Journalism program, Mitch began writing for SportTechie. After beginning as a writer for NFP, he’s now the content quarterback for the site.

He also publishes articles in addition to editing, most of his original writing focuses on the intersection of the NFL and esports.

When he’s not playing Fortnite, Rocket League or Hearthstone, Mitch is rooting on the LA Rams, Oregon Ducks and his fantasy team.

Follow him on Twitter @Mitch_Reames

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The Prop Stop Podcast – Episode #1 – Introduction

The Prop Stop Podcast finds some of the best value props each week in the NFL and College Football. It's your guide to help cut through the clutter and find the best bets possible. This episode is just a short introduction then gets right into NFL passing yards, college football win totals and a longshot

The Prop Stop Podcast finds some of the best value props each week in the NFL and College Football. It’s your guide to help cut through the clutter and find the best bets possible. This episode is just a short introduction then gets right into NFL passing yards, college football win totals and a longshot pick.

This week’s value picks from williamhill.us:

NFL 2018 Most Passing Yards
1) Wentz (18/1)
2) Ryan (12/1)
3) Brady (4/1) (maybe)

College FB Win Totals
UCLA OVER 5 (-170)

LONGSHOT SPECIAL
Virginia to Win ACC (200/1)

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The Prop Stop Podcast is a weekly podcast dedicated to the latest NFL and College Football props and analysis.

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College Football Individual Stats Props

Data provided by Bovada

2018 College Football Quarterback Stats (Bowl games and Conference Championship games do not count towards wager.)

2018 Regular Season - Total Passing Yards - Justin Herbert (Oregon)

Over/Under                   3100.5

 

2018 Regular Season - Total Passing TD's - Justin Herbert (Oregon)

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2018 College Football Quarterback Stats (Bowl games and Conference Championship games do not count towards wager.)

2018 Regular Season – Total Passing Yards – Justin Herbert (Oregon)

Over/Under                   3100.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Passing TD’s – Justin Herbert (Oregon)

Over/Under                   25.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Passing Yards – Will Grier (West Virginia)

Over/Under                   3900.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Passing TD’s – Will Grier (West Virginia)

Over/Under                   35.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Passing Yards – Nick Fitzgerald (Mississippi State)

Over/Under                   2449.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Passing TD’s – Nick Fitzgerald (Mississippi State)

Over/Under                   21.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Passing Yards – Trace McSorley (Penn State)

Over/Under                   3450.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Passing TD’s – Trace McSorley (Penn State)

Over/Under                   25.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Passing Yards – Khalil Tate (Arizona)

Over/Under                   2550.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Passing TD’s – Khalil Tate (Arizona)

Over/Under                   20.5

 

2018 College Football Running Back Stats (Bowl games and Conference Championship games do not count towards wager.)

2018 Regular Season – Total Rushing Yards – Rodney Anderson (Oklahoma)

Over/Under                   1150.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Rushing TD’s – Rodney Anderson (Oklahoma)

Over/Under                   13.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Rushing Yards – J.K. Dobbins (Ohio State)

Over/Under                   1374.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Rushing TD’s – J.K. Dobbins (Ohio State)

Over/Under                   12.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Rushing Yards – Nick Fitzgerald (Mississippi State)

Over/Under                   990.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Rushing TD’s – Nick Fitzgerald (Mississippi State)

Over/Under                   13.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Rushing Yards – Myles Gaskin (Washington)

Over/Under                   1400.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Rushing TD’s – Myles Gaskin (Washington)

Over/Under                   18.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Rushing Yards – Bryce Love (Stanford)

Over/Under                   1900.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Rushing TD’s – Bryce Love (Stanford)

Over/Under                   17.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Rushing Yards – Khalil Tate (Arizona)

Over/Under                   1400.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Rushing TD’s – Khalil Tate (Arizona)

Over/Under                   13.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Rushing Yards – Johnathan Taylor (Wisconsin)

Over/Under                   1900.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Rushing TD’s – Johnathan Taylor (Wisconsin)

Over/Under                   15.5

 

2018 College Football Wide Receiver Stats (Bowl games and Conference Championship games do not count towards wager.)

2018 Regular Season – Total Receiving Yards – A.J. Brown (Ole Miss)

Over/Under                   1300.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Receiving TD’s – A.J. Brown (Ole Miss)

Over/Under                   13.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Receiving Yards – N’Keal Harry (Arizona State)

Over/Under                   1100.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Receiving TD’s – N’Keal Harry (Arizona State)

Over/Under                   9.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Receiving Yards – David Sills V (West Virginia)

Over/Under                   1100.5

 

2018 Regular Season – Total Receiving TD’s – David Sills V (West Virginia)

Over/Under                   15.5

Mitch Reames

After graduating from the University of Oregon’s Journalism program, Mitch began writing for SportTechie. After beginning as a writer for NFP, he’s now the content quarterback for the site.

He also publishes articles in addition to editing, most of his original writing focuses on the intersection of the NFL and esports.

When he’s not playing Fortnite, Rocket League or Hearthstone, Mitch is rooting on the LA Rams, Oregon Ducks and his fantasy team.

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Love it or Leave it: Odds for the Heisman Trophy

Always the bridesmaid and never the bride. That old cliche encapsulates Stanford's past ten years with the Heisman trophy. Beginning with Toby Gerhart finishing second to Mark Ingram in 2009, and finishing with Bryce Love as the runner-up to Baker Mayfield last year, a Cardinal has finished second in the Heisman voting five times in

Always the bridesmaid and never the bride. That old cliche encapsulates Stanford’s past ten years with the Heisman trophy. Beginning with Toby Gerhart finishing second to Mark Ingram in 2009, and finishing with Bryce Love as the runner-up to Baker Mayfield last year, a Cardinal has finished second in the Heisman voting five times in the last nine seasons. Andrew Luck did it twice and Christian McCaffrey once, in addition to those above.

Now, if odds are to be believed, Love has the second best chance of winning the Heisman behind Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa. Will this be the year Stanford finally gets over the hump or will a Crimson Tide player steal it for the third time? 

Data provided by Westgate and updated weekly.

Player (TEAM) Opening Odds (6/8/2018) Current Odds (8/6/2018)
Bryce LOVE (STANFORD) 5/1 5/1
Jonathan TAYLOR (WISCONSIN) 7/1 8/1
Tua TAGOVAILOA (ALABAMA) 10/1 4/1
Jake FROMM (GEORGIA) 14/1 20/1
Justin HERBERT (OREGON) 14/1 20/1
Khalil TATE (ARIZONA) 14/1 20/1
D’Andre SWIFT (GEORGIA) 20/1 30/1
Jake BROWNING (WASHINGTON) 20/1 20/1
Jarrett STIDHAM (AUBURN) 20/1 25/1
J.K. DOBBINS (OHIO ST) 20/1 25/1
Kelly BRYANT (CLEMSON) 20/1 50/1
Kyler MURRAY (OKLAHOMA) 20/1 30/1
Shea PATTERSON (MICHIGAN) 20/1 25/1
Trace McSORLEY (PENN ST) 20/1 15/1
Will GRIER (WEST VIRGINIA) 20/1 15/1
Cam AKERS (FLORIDA ST) 25/1 50/1
Deondre FRANCOIS (FLORIDA ST) 25/1 50/1
Dwayne HASKINS (OHIO ST) 25/1 20/1
Drew LOCK (MISSOURI) 30/1 30/1
Rodney ANDERSON (OKLAHOMA) 30/1 20/1
Damien HARRIS (ALABAMA) 40/1 20/1
Nick FITZGERALD (MISSISSIPPI ST) 40/1 60/1
Travis ETIENNE (CLEMSON) 40/1 100/1
Brandon WIMBUSH (NOTRE DAME) 50/1 80/1
McKenzie MILTON (UCF) 50/1 100/1
Myles GASKIN (WASHINGTON) 50/1 100/1
Ed OLIVER (HOUSTON) 80/1 60/1
J.D SPIELMAN (NEBRASKA) 80/1 100/1
J.T. DANIELS (USC) 80/1 100/1
Justice HILL (OKLAHOMA ST) 80/1 100/1
Nick BOSA (OHIO ST) 80/1 100/1
David SILLS (WEST VIRGINIA) 100/1 100/1
Dexter LAWRENCE (CLEMSON) 100/1 100/1
Jake BENTLEY (SOUTH CAROLINA) 100/1 100/1
Ryan FINLEY (NC STATE) 100/1 100/1
Sam EHLINGER (TEXAS) 100/1 100/1
Stephen CARR (USC) 100/1 100/1
Trevor LAWRENCE (CLEMSON) 60/1 40/1
Alex HORNIBROOK (WISCONSIN) 100/1 150/1
Jalen HURD (BAYLOR) 300/1 300/1
AJ DILLON (BOSTON COLLEGE) 50/1 50/1
Benny SNELL JR (KENTUCKY) 300/1 300/1
Deebo SAMUEL (SOUTH CAROLINA) 200/1 200/1

Mitch Reames

After graduating from the University of Oregon’s Journalism program, Mitch began writing for SportTechie. After beginning as a writer for NFP, he’s now the content quarterback for the site.

He also publishes articles in addition to editing, most of his original writing focuses on the intersection of the NFL and esports.

When he’s not playing Fortnite, Rocket League or Hearthstone, Mitch is rooting on the LA Rams, Oregon Ducks and his fantasy team.

Follow him on Twitter @Mitch_Reames

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Tiger vs. Phil: Odds for $10 Million Winner-Take-All Match Play

Odds to win $10 million Winner-take-all match play?

Tiger Woods                  -140     (5/7)

Phil Mickelson               EVEN   (1/1)

Data provided by Bovada

Odds to win $10 million Winner-take-all match play?

Tiger Woods                  -140     (5/7)

Phil Mickelson               EVEN   (1/1)

Data provided by Bovada

Mitch Reames

After graduating from the University of Oregon’s Journalism program, Mitch began writing for SportTechie. After beginning as a writer for NFP, he’s now the content quarterback for the site.

He also publishes articles in addition to editing, most of his original writing focuses on the intersection of the NFL and esports.

When he’s not playing Fortnite, Rocket League or Hearthstone, Mitch is rooting on the LA Rams, Oregon Ducks and his fantasy team.

Follow him on Twitter @Mitch_Reames

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Odds: Will Urban Meyer be the Ohio State Coach on September 1st

Urban Meyer is head coach of Ohio State Buckeyes on September 1, 2018
 
Yes +180
No -220
 
Head coach of Ohio State Buckeyes on September 1, 2018?
 
Greg Schiano -150
Urban Meyer +180
Kevin Wilson +220
Ryan Day +500
Alex Grinch +1500
Les Miles +5000
Jim Grobe +10000
Rich Rodriguez +10000
 
Urban Meyer is head coach of Ohio State Buckeyes on September 1, 2018
 
Yes +180
No -220
 
Head coach of Ohio State Buckeyes on September 1, 2018?
 
Greg Schiano -150
Urban Meyer +180
Kevin Wilson +220
Ryan Day +500
Alex Grinch +1500
Les Miles +5000
Jim Grobe +10000
Rich Rodriguez +10000
 
Data provided by BetDSI
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Super Bowl Odds for Every Team Updated Weekly

The preseason has almost begun and that means it is time to place some wagers on the big game that will happen six months for now. In the table below are all the odds for possible Super Bowl champions alongside their odds when the wagers first opened. See how the offseason and the draft may

The preseason has almost begun and that means it is time to place some wagers on the big game that will happen six months for now. In the table below are all the odds for possible Super Bowl champions alongside their odds when the wagers first opened. See how the offseason and the draft may have positively or negatively affected teams odds in the table below:

Data Provided by Westgate

Team Opening Odds (1/7/2018) Current Odds (8/13/2018)
New England PATRIOTS 5/1 6/1
Minnesota VIKINGS 10/1 10/1
Green Bay PACKERS 10/1 10/1
Los Angeles RAMS 20/1 10/1
Pittsburgh STEELERS 8/1 10/1
Philadelphia EAGLES 10/1 12/1
New Orleans SAINTS 16/1 16/1
Los Angeles CHARGERS 30/1 16/1
Jacksonville JAGUARS 20/1 16/1
Houston TEXANS 20/1 16/1
Atlanta FALCONS 16/1 16/1
Oakland RAIDERS 30/1 20/1
Tennessee TITANS 40/1 20/1
Kansas City CHIEFS 30/1 20/1
New York GIANTS 60/1 25/1
Carolina PANTHERS 20/1 30/1
San Francisco 49ERS 20/1 30/1
Dallas COWBOYS 20/1 30/1
Denver BRONCOS 40/1 40/1
Baltimore RAVENS 40/1 50/1
Indianapolis COLTS 40/1 60/1
Detroit LIONS 40/1 60/1
Seattle SEAHAWKS 20/1 60/1
Cincinnati BENGALS 100/1 80/1
Cleveland BROWNS 100/1 80/1
Buffalo BILLS 100/1 80/1
Miami DOLPHINS 60/1 80/1
New York JETS 100/1 80/1
Chicago BEARS 100/1 100/1
Arizona CARDINALS 40/1 100/1
Washington REDSKINS 60/1 100/1
Tampa Bay BUCCANEERS 40/1 125/1

Mitch Reames

After graduating from the University of Oregon’s Journalism program, Mitch began writing for SportTechie. After beginning as a writer for NFP, he’s now the content quarterback for the site.

He also publishes articles in addition to editing, most of his original writing focuses on the intersection of the NFL and esports.

When he’s not playing Fortnite, Rocket League or Hearthstone, Mitch is rooting on the LA Rams, Oregon Ducks and his fantasy team.

Follow him on Twitter @Mitch_Reames

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The Other Football: EPL Team Point Totals – Over/Under

The English Premiere League begins Friday, August 10th and the season runs until May 12th. For those unfamiliar, the point scoring in the EPL works like this: Wins = 3 points, Ties = 1 and Losses = 0. The winning team almost always finishes with over 80 points and in spectacular seasons can reach 90.

The English Premiere League begins Friday, August 10th and the season runs until May 12th. For those unfamiliar, the point scoring in the EPL works like this: Wins = 3 points, Ties = 1 and Losses = 0. The winning team almost always finishes with over 80 points and in spectacular seasons can reach 90. Relegation for clubs usually falls somewhere in the 30 point range. With that being said, here are all the odds for the final point totals for every club in the EPL:

Data Provided by Westgate. All odds -110.

Manchester City     76.5

Manchester United     75.5

Chelsea     74.5

Arsenal     71.5

Liverpool     68.5

Tottenham     66.5

Leicester City     54.5

Everton     53.5

West Ham     52.5

Southhampton     48.5

Stoke City     45.5

Crystal Palace     44.5

Swansea City      43.5

Sunderland     42.5

Bournemouth     42.5

West Brom     41.5

Watford     39.5

Middlesborough     38.5

Hull City     33.5

Burnley     31.5

Mitch Reames

After graduating from the University of Oregon’s Journalism program, Mitch began writing for SportTechie. After beginning as a writer for NFP, he’s now the content quarterback for the site.

He also publishes articles in addition to editing, most of his original writing focuses on the intersection of the NFL and esports.

When he’s not playing Fortnite, Rocket League or Hearthstone, Mitch is rooting on the LA Rams, Oregon Ducks and his fantasy team.

Follow him on Twitter @Mitch_Reames

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Prop – Saquon Barkley Total Rushing Yards in 2018

Data provided by Bovada.

0-499                 +700

500-999            +175

1000-1499        +150

1500-1999         +350

2000+                 +1000

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0-499                 +700

500-999            +175

1000-1499        +150

1500-1999         +350

2000+                 +1000

Mitch Reames

After graduating from the University of Oregon’s Journalism program, Mitch began writing for SportTechie. After beginning as a writer for NFP, he’s now the content quarterback for the site.

He also publishes articles in addition to editing, most of his original writing focuses on the intersection of the NFL and esports.

When he’s not playing Fortnite, Rocket League or Hearthstone, Mitch is rooting on the LA Rams, Oregon Ducks and his fantasy team.

Follow him on Twitter @Mitch_Reames

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Who’s Under Center – Odds for NFL QB Jobs

Arizona Cardinals starting quarterback in Week 1 of 2018 regular season
 
Sam Bradford -320
Josh Rosen +270
Mike Glennon +1740
 
Buffalo Bills starting quarterback in Week 1 of 2018 regular season
 
A.J. McCarron -150
Josh Allen +160
Nathan Peterman +820
 
Cleveland Browns starting quarterback in Week 1 of 2018 regular season
Arizona Cardinals starting quarterback in Week 1 of 2018 regular season
 
Sam Bradford -320
Josh Rosen +270
Mike Glennon +1740
 
Buffalo Bills starting quarterback in Week 1 of 2018 regular season
 
A.J. McCarron -150
Josh Allen +160
Nathan Peterman +820
 
Cleveland Browns starting quarterback in Week 1 of 2018 regular season
 
Tyrod Taylor -600
Baker Mayfield +370
 
New York Jets starting quarterback in Week 1 of 2018 regular season
 
Josh McCown -120
Teddy Bridgewater +200
Sam Darnold +360
 
Note: Four quarterbacks were drafted in the first ten picks of this year’s NFL draft but not a single one is favored to start week one. 
 
Data provided by BetDSI.

Mitch Reames

After graduating from the University of Oregon’s Journalism program, Mitch began writing for SportTechie. After beginning as a writer for NFP, he’s now the content quarterback for the site.

He also publishes articles in addition to editing, most of his original writing focuses on the intersection of the NFL and esports.

When he’s not playing Fortnite, Rocket League or Hearthstone, Mitch is rooting on the LA Rams, Oregon Ducks and his fantasy team.

Follow him on Twitter @Mitch_Reames

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College Football Playoffs Team Odds

Data provided by Bovada and teams appear in alphabetical order.

Will Alabama make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      -250     (2/5)

No        +195     (39/20)

 

Will Arizona make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +5000   (50/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Arizona State make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +10000 (100/1)

**Note: Yes is

Data provided by Bovada and teams appear in alphabetical order.

Will Alabama make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      -250     (2/5)

No        +195     (39/20)

 

Will Arizona make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +5000   (50/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Arizona State make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +10000 (100/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Auburn make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +475     (19/4)

No        -700     (1/7)

 

Will Baylor make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +10000 (100/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Boston College make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +5000   (50/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Boise State make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +5000   (50/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Central Florida make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +4000   (40/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Clemson make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      -130     (10/13)

No        EVEN   (1/1)

 

Will Colorado make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +20000 (200/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Florida make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +2000   (20/1)

No        -5000   (1/50)

 

Will Florida Atlantic make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +10000 (100/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Florida State make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +750     (15/2)

No        -1500   (1/15)

 

Will Fresno State make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +20000 (200/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Georgia make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +190     (19/10)

No        -230     (10/23)

 

Will Georgia Tech make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +7500   (75/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Houston make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +12500 (125/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Iowa make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +6000   (60/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Iowa State make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +7500   (75/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Kansas State make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +5000   (50/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Kentucky make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +9000   (90/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Louisville make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +7500   (75/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will LSU make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +1000   (10/1)

No        -2500   (1/25)

 

Will Louisiana Tech make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +25000 (250/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Marshall make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +25000 (250/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Maryland make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +15000 (150/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Memphis make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +12500 (125/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Miami Florida make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +650     (13/2)

No        -1200   (1/12)

 

Will Michigan make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +350     (7/2)

No        -500     (1/5)

 

Will Michigan State make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +600     (6/1)

No        -1000   (1/10)

 

Will Minnesota make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +12500 (125/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Missouri make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +2500   (25/1)

No        -10000 (1/100)

 

Will Mississippi State make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +1000   (10/1)

No        -2500   (1/25)

 

Will Navy make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +25000 (250/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Nebraska make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +2500   (25/1)

No        -10000 (1/100)

 

Will North Carolina State make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +6500   (65/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Northwestern make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +7500   (75/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Notre Dame make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +650     (13/2)

No        -1200   (1/12)

 

Will Ohio State make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +155     (31/20)

No        -190     (10/19)

 

Will Oklahoma make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +475     (19/4)

No        -700     (1/7)

 

Will Oklahoma State make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +2500   (25/1)

No        -10000 (1/100)

 

Will Oregon make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +1500   (15/1)

No        -3000   (1/30)

 

Will Penn State make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +500     (5/1)

No        -800     (1/8)

 

Will Purdue make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +7500   (75/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will South Carolina make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +4000   (40/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will South Florida make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +12500 (125/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Stanford make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +850     (17/2)

No        -1700   (1/17)

 

Will Syracuse make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +15000 (150/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will TCU make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +1500   (15/1)

No        -3000   (1/30)

 

Will Tennessee make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +15000 (150/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Texas make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +650     (13/2)

No        -1200   (1/12)

 

Will Texas A&M make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +1000   (10/1)

No        -2500   (1/25)

 

Will UCLA make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +4000   (40/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will USC make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +850     (17/2)

No        -1700   (1/17)

 

Will Utah make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +4000   (40/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Virginia Tech make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +1500   (15/1)

No        -3000   (1/30)

 

Will Wake Forest make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +6000   (60/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Washington U make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +300     (3/1)

No        -400     (1/4)

 

Will Washington State make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +7500   (75/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will West Virginia make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +1000   (10/1)

No        -2500   (1/25)

 

Will Wisconsin make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +400     (4/1)

No        -600     (1/6)

 

Four-Team Playoff Odds (From Most Likely to Least Likely)

Will Alabama make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      -250     (2/5)

No        +195     (39/20)

 

Will Clemson make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      -130     (10/13)

No        EVEN   (1/1)

 

Will Ohio State make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +155     (31/20)

No        -190     (10/19)

 

Will Georgia make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +190     (19/10)

No        -230     (10/23)

 

Will Washington U make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +300     (3/1)

No        -400     (1/4)

 

Will Michigan make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +350     (7/2)

No        -500     (1/5)

 

Will Wisconsin make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +400     (4/1)

No        -600     (1/6)

 

Will Auburn make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +475     (19/4)

No        -700     (1/7)

 

Will Oklahoma make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +475     (19/4)

No        -700     (1/7)

 

Will Penn State make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +500     (5/1)

No        -800     (1/8)

 

Will Michigan State make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +600     (6/1)

No        -1000   (1/10)

 

Will Miami Florida make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +650     (13/2)

No        -1200   (1/12)

 

Will Notre Dame make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +650     (13/2)

No        -1200   (1/12)

 

Will Texas make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +650     (13/2)

No        -1200   (1/12)

 

Will Florida State make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +750     (15/2)

No        -1500   (1/15)

 

Will Stanford make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +850     (17/2)

No        -1700   (1/17)

 

Will USC make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +850     (17/2)

No        -1700   (1/17)

 

Will LSU make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +1000   (10/1)

No        -2500   (1/25)

 

Will Mississippi State make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +1000   (10/1)

No        -2500   (1/25)

 

Will Texas A&M make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +1000   (10/1)

No        -2500   (1/25)

 

Will West Virginia make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +1000   (10/1)

No        -2500   (1/25)

 

Will Oregon make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +1500   (15/1)

No        -3000   (1/30)

 

Will TCU make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +1500   (15/1)

No        -3000   (1/30)

 

Will Virginia Tech make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +1500   (15/1)

No        -3000   (1/30)

 

Will Florida make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +2000   (20/1)

No        -5000   (1/50)

 

Will Missouri make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +2500   (25/1)

No        -10000 (1/100)

 

Will Nebraska make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +2500   (25/1)

No        -10000 (1/100)

 

Will Oklahoma State make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +2500   (25/1)

No        -10000 (1/100)

 

Will Central Florida make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +4000   (40/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will South Carolina make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +4000   (40/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will UCLA make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +4000   (40/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Utah make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +4000   (40/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Arizona make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +5000   (50/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Boston College make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +5000   (50/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Boise State make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +5000   (50/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Kansas State make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +5000   (50/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Iowa make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +6000   (60/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Wake Forest make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +6000   (60/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will North Carolina State make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +6500   (65/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Georgia Tech make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +7500   (75/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Iowa State make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +7500   (75/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Louisville make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +7500   (75/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Northwestern make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +7500   (75/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Purdue make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +7500   (75/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Washington State make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +7500   (75/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Kentucky make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +9000   (90/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Arizona State make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +10000 (100/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Florida Atlantic make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +10000 (100/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Houston make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +12500 (125/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Memphis make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +12500 (125/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Minnesota make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +12500 (125/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will South Florida make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +12500 (125/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Maryland make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +15000 (150/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Maryland make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +15000 (150/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Syracuse make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +15000 (150/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Tennessee make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +15000 (150/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Colorado make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +20000 (200/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Fresno State make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +20000 (200/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Louisiana Tech make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +25000 (250/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Marshall make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +25000 (250/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

 

Will Navy make the 4-team playoff?

Yes      +25000 (250/1)

**Note: Yes is the only option on this.

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Will They Play in the Pros – Tim Tebow and Terrell Owens Props

Will Tim Tebow play in an MLB Game in 2018?

Yes      +150     (3/2)

No        -180     (5/9)

Note: The former Heisman winner and Florida Gator HOFer is having a successful second season in the minors. After being called up to AA he is batting .273 with 36 RBI

Will Tim Tebow play in an MLB Game in 2018?

Yes      +150     (3/2)

No        -180     (5/9)

Note: The former Heisman winner and Florida Gator HOFer is having a successful second season in the minors. After being called up to AA he is batting .273 with 36 RBI and 6 HR on the season for the Binghampton Rumble Ponies, an affiliate of the New York Mets. Being called up to the majors would likely be a marketing ploy but if Tebow continues to improve, the last place Mets could turn to him to sell some extra tickets when out of the playoffs in August or September. 

 

Will Terrell Owens play in the CFL in 2018?

Yes      +240     (12/5)

No        -300     (1/3)

Note: After being released by the Edmonton Eskimos negotiation list on Friday, this soon to be NFL Hall of Famer is officially a CFL free agent. The 44-year-old WR still has a lot of desire to play professional football. Owens told TSN: “I know that I do have the ability to play. I know everybody sees the shape that I’m in. There’s a lot of athletes that play their prospective sports, but there are few guys that defy the odds. I think I’m one of those guys.”

Data Provided by Bovada.

 

Mitch Reames

After graduating from the University of Oregon’s Journalism program, Mitch began writing for SportTechie. After beginning as a writer for NFP, he’s now the content quarterback for the site.

He also publishes articles in addition to editing, most of his original writing focuses on the intersection of the NFL and esports.

When he’s not playing Fortnite, Rocket League or Hearthstone, Mitch is rooting on the LA Rams, Oregon Ducks and his fantasy team.

Follow him on Twitter @Mitch_Reames

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2018 College Football Team Season Win Totals

Data provided by Bovada.

2018 Regular Season Wins - Air Force Falcons    

Over                                         4½        (-130, 10/13)

Under                                       4½        (EVEN, 1/1)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Akron Zips

Over                                         4½        (+120, 6/5)

Under                                       4½         (-150, 2/3)

 

Data provided by Bovada.

2018 Regular Season Wins – Air Force Falcons    

Over                                         4½        (-130, 10/13)

Under                                       4½        (EVEN, 1/1)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Akron Zips

Over                                         4½        (+120, 6/5)

Under                                       4½         (-150, 2/3)

 

 2018 Regular Season Wins – Alabama Crimson Tide        

Over                                         11         (EVEN, 1/1)

Under                                       11         (-130, 10/13)

(Note: their win total has went up from 10½ since original release)     

 

 2018 Regular Season Wins – Appalachian State    

Over                                         8½        (+120, 6/5)

Under                                       8½         (-150, 2/3)

 

 2018 Regular Season Wins – Arizona Wildcats    

Over                                         7½         (-155, 20/31)

Under                                       7½        (+125, 5/4)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Arizona State Sun Devils     

Over                                         4½        (-130, 10/13)

Under                                       4½        (EVEN, 1/1)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Arkansas Razorbacks            

Over/Under                               5½

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Arkansas State Red Wolves               

Over                                         8½        (-130, 10/13)

Under                                       8½        (EVEN, 1/1)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Army Black Knights               

Over                                         7           (-150, 2/3)

Under                                       7          (+120, 6/5)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Auburn Tigers          

Over                                         9           (-130, 10/13)

Under                                       9          (EVEN, 1/1)

(Note: their win total has went up from 8½ since original release)     

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Ball State Cardinals            

Over                                         4          (EVEN, 1/1)

Under                                       4          (-130, 10/13)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Baylor Bears        

Over                                         6          (EVEN, 1/1)

Under                                       6          (-130, 10/13)

(Note: their win total has went up from 5½ since original release)     

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Boise State Broncos              

Over/Under                               10

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Boston College Eagles         

Over                                         6           (-180, 5/9)

Under                                       6          (+140, 3/2)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Bowling Green Falcons        

Over/Under                               4½

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Buffalo Bulls               

Over                                         6½         (-140, 5/7)

Under                                       6½        (+110, 11/10)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – BYU Cougars             

Over                                         5           (-170, 10/17)

Under                                       5          (+140, 7/5)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – California Golden Bears      

Over/Under                               6½  

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Central Florida Knights        

Over                                         9½        (EVEN, 1/1)

Under                                       9½        (-130, 10/13)

(Note: their win total has went up from 8½ since original release)     

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Central Michigan Chippewas            

Over/Under                               4½

 

2018Regular Season Wins – Charlotte 49’ers            

Over                                         3½        (EVEN, 1/1)

Under                                       3½        (-130, 10/13)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Cincinnati Bearcats               

Over                                         5          (-130, 10/13)

Under                                       5          (EVEN, 1/1)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Clemson Tigers       

Over                                         10½       (-150, 2/3)

Under                                       10½      (+120, 6/5)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Coastal Carolina         

Over                                         4          (EVEN, 1/1)

Under                                       4          (-130, 10/13)

 

2018Regular Season Wins – Colorado Buffaloes               

Over                                         4½         (-140, 5/7)

Under                                       4½        (+110, 11/10)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Colorado State Rams            

Over/Under                               5½

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Connecticut Huskies             

Over                                         3          (-130, 10/13)

Under                                       3          (EVEN, 1/1)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Duke Blue Devils    

Over/Under                               6

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – East Carolina Pirates        

Over                                         3½        (+135, 27/20)

Under                                       3½         (-165, 20/33)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Eastern Michigan Eagles         

Over/Under                               5½

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Florida Atlantic Owls         

Over                                         8½        (EVEN, 1/1)

Under                                       8½        (-130, 10/13)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Florida Gators          

Over/Under                               8

(Note: their win total has went up from 7½ since original release)     

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Florida International            

Over/Under                               5

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Florida State Seminoles      

Over                                         7½        (-190, 10/19)

Under                                       7½        (+155, 31/20)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Fresno State Bulldogs            

Over/Under                               8

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Georgia Bulldogs    

Over                                         10½       (-130, 10/13)

Under                                       10½      (EVEN, 1/1)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Georgia Southern Eagles

Over                                         5½         (-155, 20/31)

Under                                       5½        (+125, 5/4)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Georgia State Panthers       

Over/Under                               4½

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets             

Over                                         5½        (-130, 10/13)

Under                                       5½        (EVEN, 1/1)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Hawaii Rainbow Warriors

Over/Under                               3½

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Houston Cougars    

Over                                         8          (+110, 11/10)

Under                                       8           (-140, 5/7)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Illinois Fighting Illini            

Over                                         4          (+120, 6/5)

Under                                       4           (-150, 2/3)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Indiana Hoosiers    

Over                                         5          (-130, 10/13)

Under                                       5          (EVEN, 1/1)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Iowa Hawkeyes      

Over                                         7½        (EVEN, 1/1)

Under                                       7½        (-130, 10/13)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Iowa State Cyclones             

Over/Under                               6½

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Kansas Jayhawks    

Over                                         3          (+110, 11/10)

Under                                       3           (-140, 5/7)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Kansas State Wildcats          

Over                                         6           (-170, 10/17)

Under                                       6          (+140, 7/5)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Kent State Golden Flashes

Over                                         2½        (+105, 21/20)

Under                                       2½         (-135, 20/27)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Kentucky Wildcats 

Over/Under                               5½

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – UL Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns 

Over/Under                               4½

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – UL Monroe Warhawks 

Over/Under                               5½

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – LSU Tigers  

Over                                         7          (-140, 5/7)

Under                                       7          (+110, 11/10)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Louisiana Tech Bulldogs      

Over                                         7          (EVEN, 1/1)

Under                                       7          (-130, 10/13)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Louisville Cardinals               

Over                                         7           (-130, 10/13)

Under                                       7          (EVEN, 1/1)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Marshall Thundering Herd 

Over/Under                               8

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Maryland Terrapins               

Over                                         5           (-150, 2/3)

Under                                       5          (+120, 6/5)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – UMass Minutemen

Over                                         5½        (-130, 10/13)

Under                                       5½        (EVEN, 1/1)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Memphis Tigers      

Over                                         8½        (EVEN, 1/1)

Under                                       8½        (-130, 10/13)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Miami Hurricanes  

Over/Under                               9½

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Miami Ohio Redhawks     

Over                                         6½        (+110, 11/10)

Under                                       6½         (-140, 5/7)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Michigan Wolverines           

Over                                         9           (-150, 2/3)

Under                                       9          (+120, 6/5)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Michigan State Spartans     

Over/Under                               9

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders      

Over                                         7          (+120, 6/5)

Under                                       7           (-150, 2/3)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Minnesota Golden Gophers              

Over                                         6          (+105, 21/20)

Under                                       6           (-135, 20/27)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Mississippi Rebels 

Over/Under                               6

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Mississippi State Bulldogs 

Over/Under                               8½

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Missouri Tigers       

Over                                         6½        (-155, 20/31)

Under                                       6½        (+125, 5/4)

(Note: their win total has went down from 7½ since original release)     

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Navy Midshipmen 

Over                                         7           (-140, 5/7)

Under                                       7          (+110, 11/10)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Nebraska Cornhuskers  

Over/Under                               6½

(Note: their win total has went up from 6 since original release)           

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Nevada Wolfpack  

Over                                         6           (-140, 5/7)

Under                                       6          (+110, 11/10)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – New Mexico Lobos

Over/Under                               4  

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – New Mexico State Aggies

Over                                         6          (+105, 21/20)

Under                                       6           (-135, 20/27)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – North Carolina State Wolf Pack       

Over                                         7          (-140, 5/7)

Under                                       7          (+110, 11/10)

(Note: their win total has went down from 7½ since original release)     

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – North Texas Mean Green

Over                                         8          (+110, 11/10)

Under                                       8           (-140, 5/7)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Northern Illinois Huskies   

Over/Under                               6½

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Northwestern Wildcats       

Over                                         6          (EVEN, 1/1)

Under                                       6          (-130, 10/13)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Notre Dame Fighting Irish  

Over                                         9½        (+110, 11/10)

Under                                       9½         (-140, 5/7)

(Note: their win total has went up from 8½ since original release)     

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Ohio Bobcats           

Over                                         8½        (+110, 11/10)

Under                                       8½         (-140, 5/7)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Ohio State Buckeyes            

Over                                         10½       (-130, 10/13)

Under                                       10½      (EVEN, 1/1)

(Note: their win total has went up from 9½ since original release)     

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Oklahoma Sooners

Over                                         10          (-130, 10/13)

Under                                       10         (EVEN, 1/1)

(Note: their win total has went down from 10½ since original release)     

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Oklahoma State Cowboys

Over                                         8          (-140, 5/7)

Under                                       8          (+110, 11/10)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Old Dominion Monarchs     

Over/Under                               5½  

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Oregon Ducks          

Over                                         8½        (-140, 5/7)

Under                                       8½        (+110, 11/10)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Oregon State Beavers         

Over                                         2½        (+105, 21/20)

Under                                       2½         (-135, 20/27)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Penn State Nittany Lions    

Over/Under                               9½

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Pittsburgh Panthers              

Over                                         5          (+110, 11/10)

Under                                       5           (-140, 5/7)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Purdue Boilermakers           

Over                                         6          (+105, 21/20)

Under                                       6           (-135, 20/27)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Rice Owls  

Over                                         3           (-150, 2/3)

Under                                       3          (+120, 6/5)  

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Rutgers Scarlet Knights       

Over                                         4          (+120, 6/5)

Under                                       4           (-150, 2/3)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – San Diego State Aztecs        

Over                                         8½        (-130, 10/13)

Under                                       8½        (EVEN, 1/1)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – San Jose State Spartans       

Over                                         2½        (-130, 10/13)

Under                                       2½        (EVEN, 1/1)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – South Alabama Jaguars       

Over                                         4           (-150, 2/3)

Under                                       4          (+120, 6/5)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – South Carolina Gamecocks

Over                                         7½        (-180, 5/9)

Under                                       7½        (+150, 3/2)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – South Florida Bulls

Over                                         8½        (+105, 21/20)

Under                                       8½         (-135, 20/27)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – SMU Mustangs        

Over                                         5½        (EVEN, 1/1)

Under                                       5½        (-130, 10/13)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Southern Miss Golden Eagles           

Over                                         6½        (+120, 6/5)

Under                                       6½         (-150, 2/3)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Stanford Cardinal   

Over                                         8          (-165, 20/33)

Under                                       8          (+135, 27/20)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Syracuse Orange    

Over/Under                               5½

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Temple Owls           

Over                                         6½        (-130, 10/13)

Under                                       6½        (EVEN, 1/1)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Tennessee Volunteers        

Over                                         5½        (-150, 2/3)

Under                                       5½        (+120, 6/5)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Texas Longhorns    

Over/Under                               8½

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Texas A&M Aggies 

Over                                         7          (-150, 2/3)

Under                                       7          (+120, 6/5)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – TCU Horned Frogs  

Over                                         7½        (-140, 5/7)

Under                                       7½        (+110, 11/10)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – UTEP Miners             

Over                                         2½        (+110, 11/10)

Under                                       2½         (-140, 5/7)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Texas San Antonio Roadrunners

Over/Under                               5

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Texas State Bobcats

Over                                         3½        (+110, 11/10)

Under                                       3½         (-140, 5/7)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Texas Tech Red Raiders       

Over                                         6          (-130, 10/13)

Under                                       6          (EVEN, 1/1)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Toledo Rockets       

Over/Under                               8

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Troy Trojans             

Over                                         7½        (-130, 10/13)

Under                                       7½         (EVEN, 1/1)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Tulane  Green Wave     

Over                                         5½        (+120, 6/5)

Under                                       5½         (-150, 2/3)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Tulsa Golden Hurricane       

Over                                         4           (-150, 2/3)

Under                                       4          (+120, 6/5)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – UAB Blazers    

Over                                         7½        (+105, 21/20)

Under                                       7½         (-135, 20/27)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – UCLA Bruins              

Over/Under                               5½

(Note: their win total has went up from 5 since original release)           

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – UNLV Rebels  

Over                                         6          (-130, 10/13)

Under                                       6          (EVEN, 1/1)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – USC Trojans              

Over                                         8½        (+110, 11/10)

Under                                       8½         (-140, 5/7)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Utah Utes  

Over                                         7           (-140, 5/7)

Under                                       7          (+110, 11/10)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Utah State Aggies  

Over/Under                               7½

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Vanderbilt Commodores    

Over/Under                               4½

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Virginia Cavaliers   

Over                                         5          (+120, 6/5)

Under                                       5           (-150, 2/3)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Virginia Tech Hokies             

Over                                         8½        (+110, 11/10)

Under                                       8½         (-140, 5/7)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Wake Forest Demon Deacons          

Over/Under                               6½

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Washington Huskies             

Over                                         10½      (+110, 11/10)

Under                                       10½       (-140, 5/7)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Washington State Cougars 

Over                                         6½        (+120, 6/5)

Under                                       6½         (-150, 2/3)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – West Virginia Mountaineers             

Over                                         7          (-200, 1/2)

Under                                       7          (+160, 8/5)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Western Kentucky Hilltoppers         

Over                                         5           (-150, 2/3)

Under                                       5          (+120, 6/5)  

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Western Michigan Broncos

Over/Under                               6½

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Wisconsin Badgers

Over                                         10         (+110, 11/10)

Under                                       10          (-140, 5/7)

 

2018 Regular Season Wins – Wyoming Cowboys

Over/Under                               6½

 

Note: North Carolina data not provided as team is under investigation

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Player Props – Most Receiving Yards 2018 Season

Player to Record the Most Receiving Yards in the 2018 Regular Season
Antonio Brown (PIT)                      4/1
Julio Jones (ATL)  
Player to Record the Most Receiving Yards in the 2018 Regular Season
Antonio Brown (PIT)                      4/1
Julio Jones (ATL)                          5/1
Odell Beckham Jr. (NYG)           13/2
DeAndre Hopkins (HOU)            13/2
Kennan Allen (LAC)                    12/1
Michael Thomas (NO)                12/1
Adam Thielen (MIN)                   18/1
Mike Evans (TB)                         20/1
T.Y. Hilton (IND)                         22/1
Davante Adams (GB)                 25/1
Amari Cooper (OAK)                  25/1
A.J. Green (CIN)                        25/1
Doug Baldwin (SEA)                  33/1
Tyreek Hill (KC)                         40/1
Demaryius Thomas (DEN)        40/1
Stefon Diggs (MIN)                    50/1
Josh Gordon (CLE)                    50/1
Golden Tate (DET)                     50/1
Larry Fitzgerald (ARI)                 66/1
Devin Funchess (CAR)              66/1
Allen Robinson (CHI)                 66/1
Juju Smith-Schuster (PIT)          66/1
Robby Anderson (NYJ)              80/1
Brandin Cooks (LAR)                 80/1
Michael Crabtree (BAL)              80/1
Pierre Garcon (SF)                     80/1
Alshon Jeffery (PHI)                   80/1
Sammy Watkins (KC)                 80/1
Marvin Jones (DET)                   100/1
Cooper Kupp (LAR)                   100/1
Jarvis Landry (CLE)                   100/1
Emmanuel Sanders (DEN)        100/1
Robert Woods (LAR)                 100/1
Field                                            28/1
Data courtesy of Bovada.

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Player Props – Most Rushing Yards 2018 Season

Player to Record the Most Rushing Yards in the 2018 Regular Season
Ezekiel Elliott (DAL)                     9/2
Le'Veon Bell (PIT)                      11/2
Player to Record the Most Rushing Yards in the 2018 Regular Season
Ezekiel Elliott (DAL)                     9/2
Le’Veon Bell (PIT)                      11/2
Todd Gurley (LAR)                       6/1
David Johnson (ARI)                  13/2
Leonard Fournette (JAC)           15/2
Dalvin Cook (MIN)                       8/1
Kareem Hunt (KC)                      17/2
Saquon Barkley (NYG)               10/1
Melvin Gordon (LAC)                 20/1
Jordan Howard (CHI)                 22/1
Devonta Freeman (ATL)            25/1
Jay Ajayi (PHI)                           33/1
Alex Collins (BAL)                      33/1
Derrick Henry (TEN)                  40/1
LeSean McCoy (BUF)               50/1
Joe Mixon (CIN)                        50/1
Derrius Guice (WAS)                 66/1
Jerick Mckinnon (SF)                 66/1
Kenyan Drake (MIA)                  80/1
Alvin Kamara (NO)                    80/1
Ronald Jones (TB)                    100/1
Marshawn Lynch (OAK)            100/1
Lamar Miller (HOU)                   100/1
Rashaad Penny (SEA)              100/1
Field                                            33/1
Data courtesy of Bovada.

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