-We’re still less than halfway through the season , but the Vikings have been cruising at 5-0. In case you’re asking …yes you can bet on that. Stephen Campbell has the breakdown here. Spoiler alert : It’s a monster payout if you take it.
- Even in limited action, Tom Brady is the favorite for league MVP… and rightfully so. Justin Hartling has his takes here. Given the glance.. yes Brady is likely the smartest pick and will likely win it, but for nothing more than entertainment value, I am rooting for Dak Prescott. Gotta love the way the rookie is playing.
– Your most up to date World Series odds are right here. Interesting situation here as you start to lay out the events. If the Dodgers win Game 6, it’s a possibility they’ll be the favorite in Game 7 with Kershaw on the hill. So if you like the Dodgers, best to grab it now and hold a +650 ticket while you can get it. Joe Osborne has other great points about why you should wait on the Indians if you are backing them.
NCAA and NFL Trends
Syracuse ML +160
If you’ve read this column this year, you are aware I’m heavily against Boston College as any sort of real contender this year having taken their under 6.5 win total for the year. I’m on that train again here as they are somehow laying points against Syracuse. Is Cuse off a huge win and in an obvious letdown spot ? Yes. But the question I keep asking and being proven with a resounding Yes, is “Is Boston College still PUTRID on offense ?” That answer of course is yes. Ranking 115th in passing yards a game and 97th in rushing yards a game. I also think the BC defense is a tad overrated as it’s given up 56 and 49 in it’s last two losses. Syracuse runs the fast paced offense and knows it needs to dictate the pace to win this one, and I’m confident BC won’t be able to score enough (if at all) to keep up. Orange…outright.
Last Week: 1-0
Total Record of featured “Bosco Bets” picks : 40-32-3 YTD (doesn’t include Guest picks)
CFB YTD: 2016 CFB Season: -37.65 units
2015 +Bowls CFB and 2015-2016 CBB total: +54.65 units (+31.15 units CFB, 183-152-7 (+15.8 units CBB +7.7 units NCAA Tournament).