See the latest Super Bowl 54 odds ahead of the playoffs along with a breakdown of all the Wild Card Round matchups: Titans at Patriots, Bills at Texans, Seahawks at Eagles and Vikings at Saints.
The Chiefs and Saints look to be peaking at the right time, but the favored Ravens continued their dominant ways in Week 16. We look at the latest Super Bowl 54 futures odds and playoff scenarios across the NFL, trying to find the best betting value on the board as the postseason approaches.
The Coyotes are seeking their first playoff berth in eight seasons while the 2018 Hart Trophy winner hopes to land a lucrative free-agent payday this summer. Will the new partnership lead to a Pacific-division title? Let’s check the latest odds at BetOnline and place our bets.
Almost halfway through the season and oddsmakers seem to think we have a chance at a summer sequel to Washington’s 2018 Stanley Cup run, listing the Capitals as +800 favorites to once again come out on top.
Luka Doncic and the Mavericks are now +175 to win the Southwest after starting the year at +800. Can Dallas reel in James Harden’s Rockets (-210) and win the division title?
With only two weeks left in the regular season, we break down all the playoff possibilities in the AFC and NFC and identify a few strong Super Bowl bets in both conferences.
In a topsy-turvy year where No. 1 teams are falling every week, we provide a National Championship odds update for all the top teams in college basketball: Duke, Kentucky, Kansas, Louisville, Ohio State, and more.
After the first wave of free-agent signings, there has been a major shift in the 2020 World Series odds. We look at how the Gerrit Cole and Anthony Rendon signings impacted the Yankees and Angels’ odds, along with the other 28 teams in Major League Baseball.
The LeBron James and Anthony Davis era of Lakers basketball is off to a great start at 22-3, but can the other Los Angeles-based team still win the Pacific? Don’t count out Kawhi’s Clippers just yet.
Thanks to the addition of All-Star Jimmy Butler and a series of smart draft selections and signings, the Miami Heat are running away with the NBA’s Southeast Division. Do the Orlando Magic have any hope of catching them?