Guten Tag! The NFL’s maiden visit to Germany highlights a packed sports weekend that includes college basketball. So a full slate of events deserves a ‘Make My Weekend’ Promo Codes treatment.
While Tom Brady’s famed diet may not allow him to sample the local bratwurst and hefeweizen, he and his Tampa Bay teammates will certainly soak in the atmosphere. But maybe after the division-leading Bucs and Seahawks face off in Munich.
Following an epic college football weekend, the sport takes something of a breather with just four games between ranked teams on the docket. TCU is at Texas. Alabama is at Ole Miss. Those are the headliners. And the college basketball schedule this weekend features a number of ranked teams.
And as usual, sportsbooks have bettors covered with a number of specials and other interesting wagers pertaining to the weekend’s biggest games. So auf geht’s, as they say in Germany – let’s go!
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When it comes to the NFL’s inaugural game in Munich, DraftKings is offering +700 odds on Seahawks running back Kenneth Walker finishing with 125 or more rushing yards. Buccaneers receiver Mike Evans is tabbed for 100 or more receiving yards. Fan Duel is offering +4000 odds on Walker and Jacksonville Jaguars running back Travis Etienne—who’s playing the Chiefs in Kansas City — combining for four or more touchdowns.
Also, BetMGM is offering +900 odds on the Seahawks winning in Germany by between 13 and 18 points. It’s offering +600 odds on the Buccaneers winning by the same margin. Caesars Sportsbook is offering +675 odds on Tampa Bay’s Chris Goodwin scoring the first touchdown. It also is promoting +750 for Seattle receiver DK Metcalf and +600 for Evans. Like the idea of Brady hoofing one in himself? You’ll get +2700 odds on that.
Back stateside, DraftKings is offering +900 odds on Miami’s Tyreek Hill to eclipse 125 receiving yards and teammate Jalen Waddle to go over 100 receiving yards against the Cleveland Browns. The sportsbook is also offering +330 odds on Minnesota’s Justin Jefferson and Buffalo’s Stefon Diggs each catching at least one receiving touchdown. That would come when the Vikings visit the Bills.
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DraftKings is offering +330 odds on Dallas quarterback Dak Prescott passing for at least one touchdown and running for at least one score when the Cowboys travel to Green Bay on Sunday afternoon. DK is also offering +550 odd on San Francisco’s Christian McCaffrey to record at least one rushing touchdown and at least one receiving touchdown when the 49ers host the Chargers on Sunday night.
FanDuel is offering +2000 odds on an intriguing special. It demands Cooper Kupp score the first touchdown for the Rams against the Cardinals, and Jefferson to score the first TD for the Vikings against the Bills. FanDuel is also offering +350 odds on Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields to combine for 300 or more passing and rushing yards against the Lions, and +5000 odds on Eagles defenders C.J. Gardner-Johnson and James Bradberry each intercepting a pass against Washington on Monday night.
And then there’s BetRivers. It offers its own unique NFL specials. For instance, bettors can get +500 odds on any kicker this week making a field goal longer than 59.5 yards. The book is also offering +450 odds on a “scorigami.” That is any game ending in a score that never before occurred in NFL history. The last time that happened? Seahawks 48, Lions 45, on Oct. 2.
Despite being ranked fourth in this week’s College Football Playoff rankings, TCU is a 7-point underdog Saturday at No. 18 Texas, according to bet365. That makes the Horned Frogs an intriguing moneyline play at +225, while bet365 is also offering TCU at +110 to score first in the game. Meanwhile, No. 9 Alabama is an 11.5-point favorite at No. 11 Mississippi, which is +330 on the moneyline and +575 to score first and win, according to Unibet.
Elsewhere No. 6 Oregon is a 13.5-point home favorite against No. 25 Washington, which is has +425 odds of pulling the upset, according to bet365. The Ducks have blown out five consecutive opponents. They carry +600 odds at bet365 of winning by between 19 and 24 points. Unibet is offering +135 odds on Washington as the first team to score. It’s also offering +650 odds on the Huskies scoring first and winning.
The final ranked matchup Saturday involves No. 22 UCF traveling to No. 17 Tulane, where the Green Wave are a 1.5-point favorite and the Knights +100 to pull the mild upset. Tulane has won five consecutive games against the spread. Unibet has +255 odds of both covering the 1.5 points against UCF and going over the total of 54.5 points.
Although a number of ranked college basketball teams are in action this weekend, there’s only one real matchup between name programs: No. 2 Gonzaga playing Michigan State on the deck of the aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln in San Diego on Friday night. While the Bulldogs are a slight odds favorite, the Spartans are 4-1 all-time against the Zags.
With a number of other top programs like No. 1 North Carolina and No. 4 Kentucky also in action, this weekend offers an excellent opportunity for scouting for NCAA tournament futures. DraftKings has the Tar Heels, Wildcats, Zags and Houston all co-favorites for the national title at +900. Unibet offers UNC at +325 to make the Final Four. It has Kansas at +240 to win the Big 12 regular season crown.