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.
It's a quieter Tuesdays of the NBA season this week with just three games on the schedule - it's sandwiched between very busy nights Monday and Wednesday.
DeMar DeRozan makes his return to Toronto on Friday night for the first time since his stunning trade this summer to the San Antonio Spurs.
The TNT nightcap features James Harden and the Houston Rockets visiting LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers, who are set as small home underdogs.
The Blue Devils returned to No. 1 in the polls and will host the Tar Heels on Wednesday in the first of two scheduled meetings as 9-point betting favorites.
The Raptors are legitimate title contenders and they are +750 second-favorites behind the Golden State Warriors (-230) while Philadelphia 76ers (+1000).
The All-Star festivities start Saturday night with the 3-Point Contest and Slam Dunk Contest - with the latter used to overshadow the All-Star Game itself.
Brad Keselowski is looking for first Daytona 500 victory with +800 favorite while Joey Logano is also +800.
The Milwaukee Bucks could be an Eastern Conference team going to semifinals with 4.5-point road favorites on the Wednesday odds.