Derek Carr should continue his impressive season against a vulnerable defense. The third-year quarterback has 1, passing yards, 13 touchdown throws and just three interceptions through seven games and has two game-changing receivers to target against Tampa Bay. Amari Cooper has receiving yards, while Michael Crabtree has six touchdown catches. The Raiders should also find some running room against Tampa Bay's defense, which was just 21st in the league after Sunday's games in rushing yards allowed per contest.
That will add up to plenty of Oakland points, and Jameis Winston and Co. Considering the Raiders were 29th against the run and dead last against the pass after Sunday, that shouldn't be a problem. It may eventually, but it won't be enough by Sunday to stop the over. The Dallas Cowboys are off to a start and are riding a five-game winning streak after dropping the season opener to the New York Giants by a single point. Their Super Bowl prop odds still represent solid value, especially when comparing the numbers to teams such as the New England Patriots, Minnesota Vikings and Seattle Seahawks.
Their defense was sixth in the league in points allowed per game after Sunday's schedule and has done more than enough to win considering the strong rushing attack on the other side. Rookie running back Ezekiel Elliott leads the NFL with rushing yards and is steamrolling his way through the holes the league's best offensive line creates. Elliott's power and elusiveness behind that line is hard enough to stop for opposing defenses, but they also have to deal with rookie quarterback Dak Prescott.
He can run three touchdowns on the ground but is most effective as a signal-caller who doesn't turn the ball over and operates the offense at an efficient level. Dallas has done all this largely without star receiver Dez Bryant , who has appeared in just three games, with 11 catches for yards and a touchdown.
Once he is healthy and making plays on the field, the Cowboys will add a pass-catcher who topped 1, receiving yards in three straight seasons from to ' The Cowboys already proved they can beat winning teams with victories over the Packers and Washington, which they will need to do in the playoffs. The Bills, on the other hand, struggled to get separation from the lowly Jets.
The important thing is the Bills showed they can mount a comeback if need be. They ultimately shut out the Jets in the second half. The offense was a bit of a cause for concern but the Pats defense appears to be tiring of propping up a floundering offense. For once, the Patriots are the team who is left questioning the quarterback position and working to stay relevant. At , the Bills should be trusted to handle a team of the Patriots caliber at home. This is another perplexing line.
Aside from sheer respect for what Joe Burrow has done in his rookie season, there are few reasons to believe the Bengals will beat the Titans. Despite big numbers from their rookie quarterback, the Bengals are still just largely because the defense and the offense have rarely had a good day simultaneously.
Facing the Steelers formidable defense Ryan Tannehill had more success than most quarterbacks against them. He went of for yards and two touchdowns with no interceptions. That was with the Steelers holding Derrick Henry under four yards per carry. Burrow will need another huge day to keep Cincinnati in the game.
That may be a bit much to ask him in back-to-back weeks. The Steelers earned their most impressive win to date as they held off a late charge from the previously unbeaten Titans. The Steelers stingy defense did show some signs of mortality in that game.
The Titans put up 17 second half points to come within a field goal. But they still showed off a stout run defense holding Derrick Henry and the Titans to under four yards a carry. That bodes well for their chances to hold the Ravens offense in check. They are third in turnover margin per game and Roethlisberger is coming off a three-interception game against the Titans. This is always a physical division rivalry game.
It could be an opportunity for the Steelers to strengthen their hold on the division lead, or the Ravens could make things a bit more interesting. The Cleveland Browns also remain competitive in the AFC North, as they're currently , although their two losses came in games against the Steelers and Ravens. But they're still in the division race, and they'll continue to stay close if they beat the Las Vegas Raiders this weekend. Those are just some of the matchups set to take place in Week 8.
Here's a look at the full upcoming schedule, along with odds and predictions for each matchup and some early betting advice. Odds obtained via DraftKings. As you might expect, the defending Super Bowl champion Chiefs again one of the best teams in the NFL this season are overwhelming favorites against the winless Jets this week. In fact, New York is a massive However, that's just what the Chiefs are going to do. They could probably win by even more than that, but there won't be a need as they establish an early lead and control the game from the start.
Kansas City has a bunch of playmakers, including recently acquired running back Le'Veon Bell, who will be facing his old team in his second game with his new team. This is going to be a completely one-sided affair, and while it can be a bit intimidating to bet on a team that will need to cover this large of a spread, have confidence that the Chiefs will get it done. In what is likely to be the best game of the week, the Ravens and Steelers should be competitive until the very end.
Don't be surprised if this is decided by a last-second field goal or a late lead change that shifts the momentum. Not only are these two of the best teams in the NFL this season, but they are also a pair of AFC North rivals that know each other well. And it wouldn't be a shock if this game is decided by three or fewer points, which means Baltimore could win but potentially not cover the 3. Points are likely to be at a premium, as the Steelers and Ravens both have top defenses this season.
Ten dogs cashed over the weekend with the Jets and Panthers covering spreads of a touchdown or more in an unpredictable slate of games. Week 8 could be equally hard to pin down. Seven of the 11 games that have lines available are at 3. As the league heads toward the midway point of the season, this could be a big week in determining where teams are heading. With the trade deadline just a little over a week away teams have one more game to show management whether they should be buying or selling.
Falcons at Panthers Steelers at Ravens Raiders at Browns Buccaneers All times ET. Odds and prop bets obtained via DraftKings. Picks against the spread in bold. Cam Newton was benched after his worst game of the season. The defense was helpless, giving up 33 points despite intercepting Jimmy Garapollo twice.
The Bills, on the other hand, struggled to get separation from the lowly Jets. The important thing is the Bills showed they can mount a comeback if need be. They ultimately shut out the Jets in the second half. The offense was a bit of a cause for concern but the Pats defense appears to be tiring of propping up a floundering offense.
For once, the Patriots are the team who is left questioning the quarterback position and working to stay relevant. At , the Bills should be trusted to handle a team of the Patriots caliber at home. This is another perplexing line.
March Madness is a little more than a month away, but you can get in all the college hoops hype by playing daily contests at FanDuel today. If you've played NBA DFS before, it's quite simple: pick a total of eight players -- four guards, three forwards, and one utility spot you can use for either position. North Carolina should face severe punishment after its victory over the Duke basketball team. However, what transpired hours A big college basketball game, involving a pair of Top 25 teams, will happen Tuesday night Feb.
FuboTV, which is offering a free trial to new subscribers for a limited time, will broadcast the game. AP — For once, No. Miles McBride scored a career-high 29 points, Taz Sherman had a career-best 25 and West Virginia kept pushing all game long, beating No. The Mountaineers , Big Texas Tech and West Virginia are home to two of the toughest cultures in college basketball.
Want to go play basketball for Bob Huggins? Expect a lot of tough coaching, running, and public criticism from fans and coaches alike to follow you if you do not play well. Want to play for Chris Beard? Expect a lot of tough coaching, running, and criticism from a fanbase that can get pretty passionate when discussing their players.
Texas Tech basketball was ranked 13th last week after dropping several tough games in a row. Since then, the team has won two more games and more than half the teams in front of them lost. Including Oklahoma who the Red Raiders themselves beat in Lubbock.
Kansas Jayhawks overall, Big 12 vs. Keys for Kansas. Defense wins. Analytics and numbers and stats and KU Sports. The conference announced on Tuesday that the event, which was originally scheduled to be played at the United Center in Chicago, will instead be held at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.
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His performance improved with every game and he added a new feather to his crown. Throw in that the traveling Pats have 14 players listed as questionable on their final injury report compared to just one kicker Matt Gay for the Rams, and L. The Miami Dolphins are an NFL-best against the spread this season, while the Kansas City Chiefs have failed to cover with small-margin victories in four consecutive games.
But a slim majority of our panel believes those trends will be quashed Sunday by a Kansas City cover as a seven-point fave in South Florida. But that defense is about to get its biggest test of the season in Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs. In other words, the Chiefs have multiple reasons to come out firing this week in Miami, and I don't expect this game to be especially close. Yeah, Miami essentially caught fire in Week 5, but since then, the Dolphins have faced just one team that currently has a winning record.
They've been feasting on opponents like the New York Jets, Cincinnati Bengals and Los Angeles Chargers, and this will indeed be their biggest challenge of the season. It's fair to wonder if a team that was rebuilding only a year ago is ready to go toe-to-toe with the Chiefs, who may be due for a blowout.
The Jacksonville Jaguars hung with the Tennessee Titans when the two met earlier this season, and the Jags are at home this time. Four of their last five games have been decided by four or fewer points, they beat Tennessee at home last season, and the Titans are coming off a brutal loss to the Cleveland Browns.
So why spot Jacksonville a full touchdown here? A slim majority of our predictors are doing exactly that with Tennessee -7, likely with the logic that if the Titans can beat the Buffalo Bills and Indianapolis Colts by plus points each, a Tennessee team that is significantly better than Jacksonville in almost every respect should be capable of bouncing back with a decisive victory in Week The Titans have earned the right to be called resilient, and it's hard to imagine a soft Jags defense keeping NFL leading rusher Derrick Henry down for a second week in a row.
Henry struggled in the loss to Cleveland, but that was likely an anomaly for a big-game player who compiled rushing yards in his previous two outings. Few would fault you for rolling with the Jaguars considering the points, the history and the trends, but the gang is leaning toward the superior, experienced Titans with a reasonable spread in this spot.
While few would argue that the New York Giants are as talented as the Arizona Cardinals, the reality is New York hasn't lost by more than two points since Week 5 and Arizona hasn't won by more than two points since Week 7. That has the majority of the crew wondering why the Cardinals are favored by 2.
Kyler Murray and the Cardinals aren't playing nearly as well on their side of the ball. Maybe a bounce-back performance is in order, but a cross-country trip with a 1 p. ET start certainly won't help. And it's not as though that Week 13 dud was an aberration for Murray, who has become a far less effective rusher while posting a mere Plus, don't forget that after rolling with career backup Colt McCoy much of the last two weeks, the G-Men might get improving second-year quarterback Daniel Jones back from a hamstring injury.
In a perfect world, you'd get a full field goal for the Giants here, and do consider that purchase if it's available. Still, don't be surprised if streaking New York wins this thing outright. The Minnesota Vikings are suddenly alive in the NFC playoff picture, but they've failed to cover three consecutive spreads and now they're running into a rested Tampa Bay Buccaneers team on the road.
Most of our experts don't like Minnesota's odds in that situation, even as a 6. The Buccaneers have struggled this year on short rest, in prime time and against high-quality opponents, but this game falls after their bye on a Sunday afternoon, and Minnesota still has a negative scoring margin on the year. The Vikings' bread and butter continues to be the Dalvin Cook-oriented running game, but Cook has looked somewhat worn down while less than percent the last couple of weeks, and now that rush offense is going up against the game's top-rated run defense in terms of DVOA.
The Houston Texans have little to lose and have been putting up fights on a weekly basis, while it's fair to wonder what the Chicago Bears have left in them after dropping six consecutive games. That being the case, nearly all of our experts are taking Houston in what is essentially a pick'em Sunday at Soldier Field.
The Houston defense is of course a lot more vulnerable than Chicago's, but I'll take Deshaun Watson over anything the Bears can offer up at quarterback. In fact, that's the spot in which these teams differ the most.
The Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers are both straight up and against the spread at the season's quarter pole, and there's little reason to believe either team will pull away when they meet Sunday. Sure, the Panthers are at home coming off their bye, but Carolina's roster could be quite shorthanded, and the Broncos performed well against the defending champions last week.
Considering that Carolina has just one win since Week 5, the majority of our writers figure it's too risky to give up a field goal and a hook with the Panthers in this spot. The Panthers, on the other hand, are coming off a bye and may or may not get Christian McCaffrey back, but a COVID outbreak has put the status of several other starters in jeopardy for Week Frankly, I don't have much confidence in either of these teams at this point in the season.
So in what has the makings of a close one, give me the points—especially with the hook in play. Besides, the Broncos represent a nice public fade. It takes a real messy game for the struggling Dallas Cowboys to not only be favored by more than a field goal but also to be a unanimous selection. But that's the case with Dallas traveling to Ohio to play the Cincinnati Bengals on short rest Sunday afternoon.
It becomes substantially more difficult to win football games when you can't score points, so it's not hard to lay the field goal-plus with the road team here. Already without rookie No. With the line in complete disarray and Burrow and top back Joe Mixon both out, it's hard to back a Bengals team that has averaged just Has Dallas been much more competitive? No, but Andy Dalton and Ezekiel Elliott are competent offensive players, and the Cowboys technically have something to play for.
That said, we wouldn't fault you for sitting this one out, or at least paying to kill that hook. If the WFT can outscore the formerly undefeated Pittsburgh Steelers in one half, it can take care of business against an opponent with a losing record that has been gutted by injuries.
That also could be doing a number on a team that continues to be without its quarterback, its superstar tight end and pretty much all of its world-famous defensive line. But the risk of a Washington letdown on short rest after an exhilarating victory over Pittsburgh could explain why this is not a unanimous vote.
The New York Jets aren't getting blown out as often as they were earlier this season, while the Seattle Seahawks haven't "blown out" an opponent since defeating the Atlanta Falcons by 13 points in Week 1. Not exactly a runaway victory. But the majority of our writers figure it's finally time for Seattle to make a statement with a home game against a Jets team that just humiliated itself with a last-second loss that resulted in the firing of its defensive coordinator.
Sure, Seattle just lost to the Giants, but Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson usually bounces back from poor performances like when he threw three picks against the Cardinals in Week 7 or when he posted a season-low passer rating of Now, he's likely in a bad mood coming off his second-lowest-rated game of the season, and it's hard to imagine a Jets pass defense that ranks dead last in DVOA keeping up with Wilson, DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett. Are the Indianapolis Colts a Super Bowl contender or an average team that occasionally flashes?
Are the Las Vegas Raiders a playoff-caliber squad as they appeared to be in the first three months of the season or are they crashing back to earth after consecutive embarrassing performances against the lowly Falcons and lowlier Jets?
The questions swirling around both of these teams make it appropriate that it's one of just two split decisions this week. Count them out as a legit contender, and the Colts come out and win emphatically over a good team. It's really quite annoying.
Yep, I'm on Miami this week thanks to a matchup against the Jets. I could go on and on about the matchups in this game and how the Dolphins' stout defense will be able to thwart the plans of Joe Flacco or Sam Darnold and the Jets offense, but instead I'll remind you that Adam Gase is still the head coach of those Jets. This game matters to owner Stephen Ross. It matters to general manager Chris Grier. It also matters to the Dolphins as they look to stay in the playoff hunt at Pound those seven points.
Few likely feel much more comfortable betting on either the Los Angeles Chargers or the Buffalo Bills with Buffalo laying 5. After all, this game is plagued by significant questions. How will the inconsistent Bills respond to a devastating Week 10 loss to the Arizona Cardinals? In that respect, will Buffalo benefit from its Week 11 bye? The choke-happy Chargers finally avoided a full meltdown Sunday against the Jets, so have they turned it around? How much might that help? And critically, should we consider that the Bolts have only been about two points per game worse than Buffalo when it comes to their respective scoring margins this season?
A good counter to that last question might be that Buffalo still has a sizable edge on Los Angeles in total DVOA defense-adjusted value over average at Football Outsiders. They're at home and certainly more trustworthy, which is why they get the edge from our crew despite the points. And the Buffalo defense isn't great. But neither is the Chargers defense, and playing at home after a week off, the Bills should be able to win this one by a touchdown or more.
But the gang is closer to a split than it is to unanimity here, which is probably appropriate considering the many questions above. Keep that in mind. Not only do we now live in a world in which the New York Giants are favored by nearly a touchdown—a development that seemed unfathomable regardless of opponent when the G-Men started —but nearly two-thirds of public money is coming in on Big Blue as a road fave Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals.
There are times when you want to fade the public under those circumstances, but the Giants are suddenly playing formidable football, they're coming off their bye, the Bengals have been dominated in back-to-back games, and we don't really know what to expect from Cincy sans franchise quarterback Joe Burrow.
That being the case, a near-unanimous consensus of our predictors is laying the points here. The Bengals will move forward with second-year signal-caller Ryan Finley. The young quarterback will have his moments, but he can't carry the offense and consistently make the type of throws Burrow could. It'll certainly be more difficult to take advantage of a pass defense that ranks 29th in DVOA , while a Cincy D that ranks 28th in that field could have trouble with an increasingly confident and responsible Daniel Jones.
But Davenport is due for a strong week. Here's his dissenting take in favor of the Bengals: "While the Giants are playing better and the Bengals looked terrible after Burrow got hurt against Washington, New York remains one of the worst offensive teams in the league, and Finley will at least get a week of practice reps ahead of this one. The Bengals may not win here and won't if they're smart , but Cincy can keep it close enough for a cover.
Another tie comes from Sunday's matchup between the contending Cleveland Browns and a Jacksonville Jaguars squad that is getting a little more than a touchdown as it tries to avoid a game losing streak at home in the early window. Gagnon on Jacksonville: "The Browns have lacked consistency all season, and I'm not about to get too excited about one-score home victories over the Texans and Philadelphia Eagles.
On the road without their best two defensive players in Myles Garrett and Denzel Ward, I think they'll have trouble pulling away from a Jags team that has had some fight in it this month. I'd buy half a point if possible, but this feels like a three- or four-point game. Sobleski on Cleveland: "The Browns will be without Garrett and Ward, which could make this game much closer than it looks on paper. Still, Cleveland bludgeons opponents with its commitment to the run game, whereas the Jaguars rank 24th against the run.
Expect the Browns O-line and the running back combo of Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt to take over at some point in this contest. That could easily happen and 6. The Arizona Cardinals failed to build on the momentum from the Hail Murray when they lost on short rest against the Seattle Seahawks in the Pacific Northwest last week, but now they should benefit from extra rest against a New England Patriots team that appears to be running out of gas. With that in mind, the majority of our experts are backing Arizona as a mere three-point favorite in Massachusetts.
That quarterback is Kyler Murray, who was hardly the problem in Seattle and now has a Now, the sophomore sensation gets to face a formerly magnificent defense that now ranks dead last in DVOA after struggling against Watson and Co. While you never want to count out Bill Belichick , that defeat might have been a death knell for the Pats.
This line is likely only at three points because both Murray and DeAndre Hopkins are banged up and missing some practice time for Arizona, but it's hard to imagine either sitting out Sunday. This could be your chance to get some value for the Cards, even if a pair of our correspondents aren't ready to completely eulogize a New England team that has defeated the Dolphins, Ravens and Las Vegas Raiders at home this season. Almost nobody wants to touch that hook in favor of the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday against the division-rival Tennessee Titans.
The public is betting heavily on Tennessee as a 3. Even though the Colts won by two scores two weeks ago, the Titans will keep it close in this rematch. The Colts held him in check earlier this month, but that's not an easy thing to do twice. Plus, the inconsistent Colts are arguably due for a dud after consecutive victories. The week before that, these teams met in Nashville—and the Colts doubled the Titans up. Laying that extra half-point makes me nervous, but the home team is the play here.
Long live the lone wolf. That isn't a bad case. Indy beat Tennessee handily on the road, won again and is now at home for a rematch with the Titans, who have since been hit pretty hard by the injury bug. Maybe everyone else is overthinking this, but do consider buying back half a point if you want to join lone-wolf Davenport. Walker taking the snaps for the Carolina Panthers this week, it looks good for Carolina as an underdog against the Minnesota Vikings," Miller said in defense of the gang's selection of Carolina getting four points in Minneapolis.
Picking the Panthers to win outright would be risky but understandable, which is why I'm taking them to at least cover. That being the case, it's hard to justify laying more than a field goal with the unreliable Vikes.
Still, two experts did exactly that. And for what it's worth, Cook, who has scrimmage yards in his last four games, could take over against a D that ranks 22nd against the run in DVOA. The rest of the crew is comfortable with the fact that offensively efficient Las Vegas is laying just three points against a Falcons squad that looked lifeless in an embarrassing double-digit-margin post-bye loss to the Taysom Hill-quarterbacked New Orleans Saints in Week Derek Carr is playing as well as he has throughout his career.
The offensive line is made up of a bunch of bullies. Josh Jacobs is a pain to tackle. The Falcons, on the other hand, haven't managed a victory over a team with a winning record this season. And even if the Falcons hang around at home and lose this one by just a field goal, you're getting a push.
But considering Atlanta's shoddy performance despite two weeks to prepare for the familiar, short-handed Saints, it's hard to imagine the Falcons sticking around. They have nothing to play for now, and without a healthy Julio Jones or a half-decent running game, it'll be difficult for them to exploit the Raiders' bottom defense in terms of DVOA.
What's more, the Raiders are road warriors this season. Apparently, our crew doesn't fully agree one way or another. The gang is divided down the middle with the Taysom Hill-quarterbacked Saints laying 5. Tesfatsion on Denver: " Shoutout to everyone who took the Broncos last week. There weren't many of us, but I'm gonna ride with Denver again here. New Orleans can win against the Falcons with Hill under center, but that offense does not look sustainable.
I think reality hits with the Hill experiment this week, and it's going to take another incredible performance from the Saints defense to cover the spread. Give me the Denver dogs, again. Kahler on the Saints: "Denver's defense is good, but so is New Orleans', and Broncos quarterback Drew Lock isn't having a great sophomore season. This should be another game the Saints can easily put away.
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