If you were an offshore bookmaker, would you make him an odds-on favorite, or would you best prop would be that he doesn’t throw his back out during a tournament? Most sportsbooks seem to be leaning toward the latter. LL Cool J said “don’t call it a comeback;” Tiger has not only called it a comeback, but has called it that twice. He was slated to return to competition in October’s Safeway Open, but he pulled out three days after committing to play. Tiger Woods is now scheduled to appear at the Tiger Woods-hosted Hero World Challenge in December, which is a benefit for the Tiger Woods Foundation.
Make your bets. Literally. That’s what online wagering and sportsbooks are for. Is New England Patriots tight end Rob ‘Gronk’ Gronkowski o his last legs? Is he on his way out of the only professional team he has called home? Is his career over? Is his style of play too risky for his own good? Depends on who you ask. If you were to ask retired Baltimore Ravens/New York Jets linebacker Bart Scott – who is no stranger to controversy –, you can just go right ahead and stick a fork in Gronkowski because he’s done.
Here is something else that Russell Westbrook is better at than Kevin Durant – or anyone else since the 1961-62 season, for that matter. The Oklahoma City Thunder is currently averaging a triple-double (30.9 points, 10.3 rebounds and 11.3 assists), the first NBA player to do so since some guy called Oscar Robertson – offshore betting fans may have heard about him.
The Broncos and the Jaguars will see online NFL betting action when the former visit the latter at EverBank Field on Sunday, December 4th. Here are the odds for people who bet on NFL games at a sportsbook: Broncos -4½ (-115) 42 (-105) Jaguars +4½ (-105) 42 (-115)
Online betting fans know that UFC fights often tend to be a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it affair – like when Conor McGregor knocked the living daylights out of Jose Aldo in 13 seconds – but the company seems to be taking a page out of WWE’s book and getting the F out – the F stands for fighting, of course. Could the day when UFC becomes UEC (Ultimate Entertainment Championship) be too far off? Probably, but just handing out title belts without actually there being a fight first is definitely a miscarriage of justice the like of which has not been seen since the Finger Poke of Doom. Like, it would have been a different story if McGregor has lost his smile, but we figure he could not wipe that grin off his face even if he wanted to.
Like in the good old days of early Christendom, the NFL betting public will come the closest to enjoying the spectacle that was Damnatio ad Bestias when the Detroit Lions visit the New Orleans Saints on Sunday, December 4th at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. The question is will the Saints be martyred or will Breesus come down from the sky and spirit them away? Here are the sportsbook odds: Lions +5½ (-105) 53½ (-110) Saints -5½ (-115) 53½ (-110)
The Los Angeles Rams and the New England Patriots will provide a nice chance to do some NFL gambling at a sportsbook when they meet on Sunday, December 4th at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough. These are the NFL football odds for the game: Rams +13 (-110) 44½ (-110) Patriots -13 (-110) 44½ (-110)
The Dallas Cowboys will visit the Minnesota Vikings at U.S. Bank Stadium on Thursday, December 1st. here are the NFL football odds in case you’d like to do some NFL gambling at a sportsbook: Cowboys -3 (-125) 43½ (-110) Vikings +3 (+105) 43½ (-110)
The Kansas City Chief will visit to legendary lost city of Atlanta on Sunday, December 4th to face the Falcons. These are the NFL gambling lines for the game at the Georgia Dome for people who want to bet on NFL football at an online sportsbook: Kansas City Chiefs +4 (-115) 49 (-110) Atlanta Falcons -4 (-105) 49 (-110)
North division champions the No. 4 Washington Huskies are favored by college football betting odds to win the Pac 12 championship versus South Division title-holders the No. 9 Colorado Buffaloes on Friday, December 2nd. Here are the online sportsbook college football betting lines for the game at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California: