Week 3 seems WAY too early to announce the most anticipated NFL regular-season game of the year, but that's pretty clearly the case Monday night when the Kansas City Chiefs visit the Baltimore Ravens, who are 3-point favorites.
SEC fans are the most passionate in college football but also the most arrogant as they believe their level of play is vastly superior to every other league.
No team has ever rallied from down 3-0 to win an NBA playoff series. Then again, the Denver Nuggets have rallied from two 3-1 series deficits in this postseason.
The NL East Division is going to be a two-team race this season between the Philadelphia Phillies and betting favorites Atlanta Braves at -127.
The series between the Golden State Warriors and the Toronto Raptors returns to Oakland on Thursday night with the Dubs as 2.5-point favorites as they look to even things up at 3-3.
The USGA tries to make the U.S. Open the toughest tournament in golf in terms of course setup so it's quite possible no player finishes under par this year.
The match on World Series early this week, sees Houston Astros as the betting favorites – Houston opened at -150 on the moneyline for Tuesday night's matchup.
The favorite Saturday is Tacitus at +200, and he will start from Post 10 in the 10-horse field, right next to War of Will.
It's back to Beantown for Game 5 on Thursday, with the Bruins at -155 and the Blues at +135.
Wednesday could be the penultimate game in Oakland, and the Warriors are 6-point favorites as they look to take a 2-1 series lead on the Raptors.
Henry Cejudo (14-2) will attempt to become the UFC's next two-division champion as he's moving up from flyweight for this bout against Marlon Moraes (22-5).