At 5-9 straight up and 6-8 against the spread, there haven't been too many bright spots for the New York Giants this season. But rookie wideout Odell Beckham Jr. has been one of those bright spots, enjoying a breakout season with some big games and some spectacular catches.
Over the last seven weeks Beckham Jr. has caught at least six passes and racked up at least 90 receiving yards in every game, averaging 123.7 receiving yards per game and grabbing 130 receiving yards or more in four games over that stretch. How many total receiving yards will Beckham Jr. have this week in New York's game against St. Louis? The UNDER 99.5 is favored at -125 at sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.com and the OVER 99.5 is going off at -105.
The Cleveland Browns visit the Carolina Panthers this week with Johnny Manziel set to make his second NFL start. Manziel's first start last week was a complete disaster as the rookie quarterback passed for just 80 yards with two interceptions and rushed for 13 yards in a 30-0 shutout loss. How will Manziel fare this week? He is listed as a -175 favorite on the Week 16 NFL betting lines to throw a touchdown pass this week and has OVER/UNDER values set at 200.5 passing yards and 29.5 rushing yards. Bettors can also wager on Manziel interceptions at OVER 1 at +120 and UNDER 1 at -150.
With only two weeks left in the regular season, the AFC North currently holds three playoff spots in the AFC with Cincinnati leading the division at 9-4-1 and Pittsburgh and Baltimore in the Wild Card spots at 9-5 straight up each. Will all three of these teams make the postseason? “No” is a -175 favorite at the sportsbooks over “Yes” at +135.
The Arizona Cardinals host the Seattle Seahawks this Sunday night and are down to third-string quarterback Ryan Lindley under center. How will the young quarterback do against Seattle's elite defense? Lindley is going off at -150 to throw a touchdown pass and +125 not to throw a touchdown pass, and has his passing yards line set at 185.5.