First joining the Covers Team as a shift-working content editor right before Super Bowl XXXIX in 2005, Jason Logan (or JLo as he’s affectionately known around the office) has earned his place as one of the most insightful and entertaining personalities in sports betting. His NFL Underdogs column is a staple of football bettors and he’s been bringing sports betting joy to the masses with his weekly TV segments, podcasts, and unique views on the daily betting odds.
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It's going to be a cold, frigid night in Green Bay for Sunday Night Football, when Aaron Rodgers renews acquaintances with his divisional rival Chicago Bears.
If the Buccaneers want any chance to hang with the Chiefs, they need to keep Patrick Mahomes on the sidelines—which means a double dose of Ronald Jones and the run game on Sunday.
The Bills offense is seemingly back to its high-octane ways, and will likely put up a healthy amount of points this Sunday against a porous Chargers defense.
Going against a banged-up Lions offense that's allowed 13 sacks over their last four games, turkey might not be the only thing that J.J. Watt and the Texans defense feasts on this Thanksgiving.
Amari Cooper reeled in six balls for 81 yards in Dallas' win over Minnesota, which snapped a four-game losing skid.
The Dallas Cowboys offense showed signs of life in Week 11, and just might be starting to get a rhythm again heading into a Thanksgiving clash with Washington.
Had this bout been made in 2000, it would have been the biggest fight in boxing history. Instead, Mike Tyson vs. Roy Jones Jr. is two 50-year-old former champs squaring off in an empty arena.
The way to slow down the Tampa Bay Buccaneers is through a relentless pass rush. And that's exactly what Aaron Donald and the underdog Rams will bring when they play on Monday Night Football.
The Packers offense has faced some matador defenses so far this season, but they should have a good matchup on the turf Sunday when they visit a Colts team that has inflated defensive metrics.
The Dolphins have won six of their last seven, while the Broncos have taken Ls in three of their last four. Miami sits as -3.5 road favorites, with a huge momentum edge.
Even if the mercurial Chargers have played to the level of their opponents this season, they can't possibly stoop as low as the 0-9 New York Jets.
Facing a porous New England pass defense and the Pats in a letdown spot, Deshaun Watson and the Texans are in a prime position to notch a win as a home underdog.
With their playoff spot now in jeopardy, the Titans need to get back to feeding the ball to Derrick Henry—a strategy the Baltimore Ravens are all too familiar with.
Russell Wilson is back home after two road stops, and boasts a league-best 126.2 passer rating inside CenturyLink Field, compared to just 98.3 on the road.
Rookie QB Tua Tagovailoa is getting plenty of help from his team, with the Miami defense and special teams making huge plays since he took over the starting job.
While there is a level of mystery surrounding James Wiseman, the 7-foot-1 center has bulked up in a big way and looks like an ideal fit for the Golden State Warriors at No. 2 overall.
The Seattle Seahawks are 2-point underdogs in Los Angeles in Week 10. Seattle is 34-15-4 ATS in its last 53 outings as road underdogs.
Jerry Jeudy comes into a matchup vs. the Raiders' 26th-ranked passing D with 198 total yards receiving and a touchdown in his last two games, including 125 yards versus the Falcons last weekend.
The Cardinals offense has kicked it into high gear recently, setting up would show be a Sunday shootout when they welcome the high-octane Buffalo Bills to Glendale.
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