Colorado, a 22½-point home underdog to Southern California, rallied for a cover in a 48-41 loss to the Trojans that sailed over the total of 73.
Todd Dewey covers sports betting for the Review-Journal. Prior to taking over that beat in January 2017, he covered UNLV football, 51s baseball and a wide range of other events that come to Las Vegas. A native of Cambridge, Mass., and a graduate of the University of Central Florida, Dewey joined the Review-Journal in 1999 and was the 2013 Nevada Sportswriter of the Year.
GambLou.com handicapper Lou Finocchiaro leads the contest with a 10-4-1 ATS record, and VSiN.com handicapper Dave Tuley is 10-5.
Handicapper Scott Kellen (@SixthSenseNFL) analyzes every NFL Week 4 Sunday and Monday game and makes predictions for each matchup.
The Chargers opened as 4½-point favorites over the Raiders for Sunday’s game in Los Angeles, and the line climbed to 5½ before settling at 5.
Two handicappers made Cleveland their best bet, and the Westgate SuperBook reported sharp action on the Browns. Plus, other sharp NFL and college plays.
The Detroit Lions can take a step toward their first division title since 1993 with a road victory over the Green Bay Packers on “Thursday Night Football.”
Donald Trump has become the new betting favorite to win the 2024 U.S. presidential election over President Joe Biden.
Three days before the Dolphins exploded for 70 points, a BetMGM bettor at Aria made two Miami-related wagers for a total of $160,000 to win $1.6 million.
Raiders coach Josh McDaniels overtook Chicago’s Matt Eberflus as the 2-1 favorite to be the first NFL coach fired this season at BetOnline, an offshore sportsbook.
Upsets by the Texans over the Jaguars, Colts over the Ravens and Cardinals over the Cowboys eliminated $3.4 million worth of Circa Survivor entries (3,443).
GambLou.com handicapper Lou Finocchiaro (@GambLou) went 3-1-1 against the spread in NFL Week 2 and leads the contest with an 8-1-1 record.
GambLou.com handicapper Lou Finocchiaro (@GambLou), who leads the Review-Journal NFL Challenge with an 8-1-1 ATS record, analyzes every Week 3 game.
The Steelers opened as 1½-point favorites in the Raiders’ home opener at Allegiant Stadium on “Sunday Night Football.” But the favorite has flipped.
Trailing 30-20 with four seconds left Sunday against the 49ers, Rams coach Sean McVay decided to attempt a field goal, which was good and covered a 7½-point spread.