If you’re still on the fence about who to back in this primetime matchup we’ve enlisted the help of expert NFL bloggers Matthew Stevens, from The Panthers Wire, and Ken Meringolo, from Hogs Haven. They strap on the pads and debate which team will not only win, but cover the spread on Monday Night Football.
Carolina Panthers at Washington (-6.5, 50.5)
How much of an impact Josh Norman’s decision to leave Carolina via free agency had on the team will never be known, but one thing is certain: The Panthers will need a miracle to return to the postseason. Sitting three games out of the final playoff spot in the NFC with three to play, Carolina will pay a visit to Norman and the Washington Redskins on Monday night.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Dallas Cowboys (-7, 43.5) Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones keeps opening the door to a quarterback controversy on his team, but no one else seems to ….
Miami Dolphins at New York Jets (2.5, 37.5) With quarterback Ryan Tannehill sidelined by an ACL and MCL sprain in his right knee, the Miami Dolphins have little choice but ….
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Sharp money on the Monday Night Football game has forced a line move you have to see to believe. USA Today Images If you’re betting on NFL games ….
Public money has pushed the Seahawks line as high as -15.5 for Thursday night’s showdown with the Rams.
Week 15 of the NFL season kicks off in the Emerald City. Covers talks about where the action is with Jason Simbal, vice president of risk management for CG Technology in Las Vegas, and Nick Bogdanovich, director of trading for William Hill US.
The Kansas City Chiefs and Oakland Raiders swapped spots on the Super Bowl odds board after the Chiefs’ win over their AFC West rivals last week.
Los Angeles Rams at Seattle Seahawks (-16, 38.5)
The Seattle Seahawks are trying to put the pieces together after a lopsided loss while the Los Angeles Rams are attempting to tackle a much bigger puzzle with an interim head coach at the helm during a short week. The first-place Seahawks look to capture the NFC West title for the third time in four years and remain perfect in the Pacific Northwest on Thursday night when they host John Fassel and the reeling Rams.
Asking yourself if Jason Garrett is a better coach than Bill Belichick feels silly — because there isn’t an informed person on this planet who would actually argue that — ….