LSU 40/1 –> 25/1: This comes after their 22-21 victory over Auburn. Their defining stretch comes in a month.
The good news is they get all three of these opponents at home.
Michigan 33/1 –> 25/1: Don’t forget about Michigan. If they find themselves 10-1 going into Ohio State in November, they will (most likely) be playing for a CFP spot.
Texas 90/1 —> 50/1: All hell would have to break loose for Texas to find themselves in the CFP. Is that possible? Of course, it’s happened before.
Wisconsin 12/1 —> 28/1: After a 24-21 loss to BYU, Wisconsin may be a dead man walking. Should you completely write them off? Of course not, if they win out in the Big Ten, including a convincing victory against OSU in the B1G Championship, they could find a backdoor into the CFP.
Auburn 14/1 —> 25/1: If Auburn wins out, they will be in the CFP (assuming LSU suffers 2 losses). I don’t see the committee leaving out an SEC champion with 1 loss and a victory over Washington.
Jacksonville Jaguars 14/1 –> 9/1: After taking down the Patriots, the Jaguars have entered the top 4. We’ve seen this happen before with the Patriots. Lose a game early in the season to an upstart AFC team, the media overreacts, and then Bill & Tom go on a run.
Kansas City Chiefs 20/1 —> 12/1: & Tampa Bay Buccaneers 50/1 —> 33/1: The reason?!
Pittsburgh Steelers 12/1 —> 16/1: Although, it feels like the Steelers feel more and more like a circus every second, Vegas still remains relatively high on them.
Houston Texans 20/1 —> 40/1: The Deshaun Watson hype train has taken an unforeseen pitstop.
Washington Redskins 40/1 —> 66/1: After starting the season 100/1 and skyrocketing to 40/1 following a road victory in Arizona, the Redskins took a step backward against the Colts this weekend. The good news for the Redskins is the NFC East looks less and less talented by the week.
New York Giants 50/1 —> 80/1: Two touchdowns for the supposed “electric” NY Giants offense:
This is a 4/5 man race at the moment. Tua is firmly in the lead while a crew of Grier, Haskins, Murray, and McSorely trail not too far behind.
As we talked about before the season, the Heisman is typically a trophy handed to a QB on a national championship contending team. There are exceptions, but betting an RB to win the Heisman is not the smartest.
Kenny Hill is listed over at Bovada:
Seems Kenny TRILLLL Hill (currently an assistant at TCU) is still living off that one game against South Carolina in 2014. Never peak too early, folks. Never peak too early.
Patrick Mahomes 20/1 —> 8/1: Mahomes is the first QB to throw 10 TDs in his first two starts. He’s on pace to throw for 80 TD’s (lol).
Todd Gurley 16/1 —> 8/1: Want to talk about pace? Gurley is on pace to have 32 total TDs.