Both the Minnesota Vikings and Las Vegas Raiders are coming off their bye weeks. Star wide receiver Justin Jefferson is expected to rejoin the team in the starting lineup. Who covers? Get Loot’s Min/LV pick before placing your Week 14 NFL bets!
The Seahawks have dropped three straight including a 31-13 home loss to the 49ers. That has the linesmaker searching for Seattle money making SF a -10.5 home fav. Do you lay the big number or does Seattle still have some fight in them? Read on to see who our capper is betting and why.
The Bills return to action after their bye week desperate for a win while the Chiefs come off a surprising road loss to the Packers in Green Bay. Who is more motivated? Get Loot’s opinion plus recomemnded wager.
The Los Angeles Rams absolutely crushed the Cleveland Browns last weekend. Can they keep it going against a red-hot Baltimore Ravens team? The seven-point spread the bookies have applied to this game tells us they think Sean McVay’s club has a shot of covering the spread. Get Loot’s LAR/Balt pick here!
Quite possibly the worst Thursday Night Football game in the history of the sport takes place in Week 14 when the New England Patriots visit the Pittsburgh Steelers at Acrisure Stadium. Oddsmakers have the Steelers as -6 home favorites vs. a Pats team who can’t seem to get out of their own way. Get Loot’s NE/Pit point spread prediction here!
The traditional Army/Navy game takes place as Week 15 college football’s only game. Bookies are offering the with the Army Black Knights favored as short -2.5 road favs against the Midshipmen. The total opened at 32.5 and has already moved all the way down to 28.5! Get Loot’s Army/Navy pick before placing your wagers!
Get ready for the thrilling showdown in Toronto, Canada, on January 24th, as Sean Strickland (28-5 record with 11 KOs and 4 Submissions) enters the cage as a short -150 favorite, while Dricus du Plessis (20-2 record with 9 KOs and 10 Submissions) stands strong as a compelling +125 underdog. It’s the first major MMA event of 2024! Get Loot’s fight analysis and predictions.
Get ready for a thrilling showdown at the Chase Center in San Francisco on Saturday, December 9th, as Devin Haney (30-0 record with 15 KOs) faces off against Regis Prograis (29-1 record with 24 KOs) for the prestigious WBC 140-Pound Championship!
Prepare for an epic showdown at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on Saturday, December 16th, as Leon Edwards (21-3 record with 7 KOs and 3 Submissions) takes on Colby Covington (17-3 record with 4 KOs and 4 Submissions). It’s a must-watch battle with Edwards as a slight favorite at -125, while Covington is a promising underdog at +106 odds.
The Cleveland Browns looked absolutely horrible last week against the Denver Broncos. Myles Garrett appeared to be seriously injured and the quarterback play was absolutely pathetic. They’ll hit the road again in Week 13 to play the Los Angeles Rams, who crushed Arizona last week. Get our Cle/LAR pick here!