Sports bettors are gearing up for another big weekend of action at BetAnySports starting with
the first five games of this year’s college football bowl season on Saturday. This weekend’s NFL
schedule features a number of games that will have a big impact on the playoff picture in both
the AFC and the NFC.
If you are looking to get an early jump on things, there is a full slate of games on Friday night in
both the NBA and NHL. There are also a number of great matchups all three days in college
basketball as the nonconference portion of this season’s schedule continues to draw to a close.
One of the more interesting matchups on this Saturday’s college bowl schedule pits the
Mountain West Champion Boise State Broncos against the Pac-12’s Oregon Ducks in this
year’s Las Vegas Bowl. Game time from Sam Boyd Stadium on ABC is set for 3:30 p.m. The
10-3 Broncos come in as 7.5-point underdogs against the 7-5 Ducks with the total set at 61
points. Boise State has won eight of its last nine games straight-up and it has gone 4-2 against
the spread in its last six games. Oregon is just 8-16- 1 ATS in its last 25 games.
This weekend’s NFL betting action at BetAnySports features a special Saturday night
showdown in the AFC West between the 7-6 Los Angeles Chargers and the 7-6 Kansas City
Chiefs with first place in the division on the line. The Chiefs won the first meeting 24-10 back in
Week 3 as three-point road favorites with the total staying UNDER 47, but this time around the
game has been set as a PICK with a total line of 46.
Kansas City has won the last five meetings SU, but the Chargers have gone 4-1 ATS in their
last five road games against the Chiefs. The total has stayed UNDER in five of the last seven
meetings. Kickoff from Arrowhead Stadium on NFL Network is set for 8:25 p.m.
The top matchup on Sunday’s NFL slate sends the 10-3 New England Patriots on the road as
three-point favorites against the 11-2 Pittsburgh Steelers with the No. 1 seed for the AFC
playoffs on the line. The total line for this 4:25 p.m. start on CBS from Heinz Field has been set
at 53. New England has won five of the last six meetings SU and the total has gone OVER in
nine of the last 13 games between these two conference rivals.