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The college football regular season may have come and gone — seemingly in the blink of an eye — but the NFL has three games on Saturday to fill the void that’s been left. Steelers Now and Fanduel Sportsbook have an offer to spark a little bit more interest in these contests.
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Let’s take a look at these contests and how to bet on them using odds from FanDuel Sportsbook.
The early contest will see Indianapolis visit Minnesota as a 3.5-point underdog. The Colts are listed at -114 on the spread and the Vikings are -106 to cover. On the money line, Minnesota is down at -186, while Indy is +156. The total is marked down at 47.5 points, with the over at -105 and the under -115.
After starting the season 3-2-1, including a home win against Kansas City, the Colts have dropped six of seven. They’re on a three-game losing streak, but enjoyed a bye this past week.
Minnesota (10-3) is also coming off a loss, a 34-23 setback to division rival Detroit. Despite their record, they’re still in the process of proving doubters wrong.
After that, Baltimore (9-4) — which just beat the Pittsburgh Steelers — faces Cleveland (5-8) in DeShaun Watson’s home debut as a Brown. That one will begin at 4:30 p.m. ET on NFL Network.
The hosts are favored by 2.5 points and are -156 on the money line. The Ravens, meanwhile, are -104 to cover the spread and +132 underdogs on the line.
Baltimore has won six of its past seven, in fact, but finds itself without a huge offensive piece in former MVP quarterback Lamar Jackson.
The night cap will kick off at 8:15 p.m. ET in Buffalo, as the seven-point favorite Bills (10-3) welcome in the explosive Miami Dolphins (8-5).
The Dolphins have hit a bit of a lull — losing two in a row — while Buffalo has won four straight. Miami is a +265 underdog, while the Bills are -330 on the money line. The over/under total is fixed at 43.5 points.