End of the Week Betting Preview: NFL Football, NCAA Football, NHL Lockout, MLB

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The Upcoming Sports Betting Week Preview

NFL Betting Preview: Giants Carry Momentum In To Carolina Thursday

The New York Giants scored 25 points in the final quarter of a 41-34 comeback win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday. The Giants will look to parlay that momentum on four days rest. They get set to take on Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers on Thursday Night Football.

The Panthers are another team that avoided an 0-2 start. They overcame a tough challenge from the New Orleans Saints on Sunday for a 35-27 win. It will be interesting to see how the defenses fare in this contest. Especially after these two teams averaged a combined 38 points in their recent wins.

It should be noted that the Giants’ win came over a Tampa Bay team that shut down the Carolina offense in a 16-10 week one win. The Panthers will have their hands full in week three. The opening line favors New York by just 1.5 points.

 

MLB Betting Preview: Yankees, Orioles Set For Winnable Series This Week

The battle for American League East supremacy continues this week. The New York Yankees and Baltimore Orioles each have manageable schedules. They should yield winning results.

The Yankees will host a three-game set against the Toronto Blue Jays. They then will host the Oakland Athletics this weekend.

Baltimore is on the road for three against the Seattle Mariners. They then have a weekend series against the Boston Red Sox. As the season winds down and the pressure builds it could be a good thing for the Orioles to be on the road.

The pressure suits New York just fine this time of the year.

A couple of other interesting series’ include the Los Angeles Angels attempting to keep their slim hopes alive against the Texas Rangers. The Tampa Bay Rays host the Red Sox.

 

NCAAF Sportsbook Preview

 

Boise State Hosts BYU Thursday; Louisiana-Monroe Hosts Baylor Friday

The fourth week of college football technically gets underway Wednesday when Buffalo hosts Kent State. All eyes will be on No. 24 Boise State Thursday as the Broncos look to improve to 2-1. They host the BYU Cougars.

A 17-13 opening loss at Michigan State was hard for Boise State to handle. Especially considering how close it was. The fact that there isn’t another ranked opponent left on their schedule means one thing. The Broncos have to win every game big in order to earn the respect they feel they deserve.

Surprising Louisiana-Monroe will host Baylor on Friday. This is following another close overtime game against an SEC opponent, losing 31-28 at Auburn.

The Warhawks are quickly becoming one of the stories of the season early on, and another big upset will bring the program even more attention.

 

NHL Online Betting Preview: Players Make Plans To Play Overseas In Light Of Lockout

No talks are scheduled between the NHL and its players. The latter will continue to make plans to play overseas this week.

New Jersey Devils’ star Ilya Kovalchuk has already committed to join SKA Petersburg of the KHL. Should the players remain locked out many will follow. The KHL’s first game action set for September 23.

Pittsburgh Penguins’ star Evgeni Malkin and New York Islanders’ captain Mark Streit have already made plans to play overseas. There are destined to be many more that join them unless something happens soon.

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