After what was hopefully an easy-going, relaxing holiday this weekend, sports fans should be gearing up for a solid week of sports action to come, along with plenty of great options for online sportsbook bets at one of the best online sportsbooks reviewed here. For Monday, we have to start off first and foremost with a look at the top choice for betting on sports, as the second-to-last week of Monday Night Football gets set to kick off with an outstanding match-up between NFC South Division rivals, the New Orleans Saints and the Atlanta Falcons. There is plenty on the line tonight in this featured match-up, as the Saints can claim an NFC South title with a win, and Atlanta can secure a playoff berth and possibly challenge the Saints for the divisional crown with a victory of their own. With the Saints coming in hot on a six-game winning streak, including 3 straight over the falcons, it won’t be surprising to find them as the favored team on the betting lines at today’s featured TopBet Sportsbook, especially with game on the Saints’ home turf at the Superdome in New Orleans, but expect this contest to be a close one with so much on the line. However, with Drew Brees on the verge of breaking the NFL’s single-season passing record, and with the Saints likely to be able to generate plenty of scoring down field against the Falcons decent but susceptible pass defense, we’re banking on the Saints to cover the 7 points against the spread at Top Bet for our first pick of the day on Monday.
Moving into College Sports action today, we first have to stop by for a look over the betting lines for tonight’s lone NCAA College bowl game, as the Independence Bowl gets set for kick-off between the Missouri Tigers and the North Carolina Tar Heels. With Missouri victors of 3 straight contests coming into tonight’s bowl game (their seventh bowl appearance in a row), and the UNC Tar Heels limping into the postseason losing 4 of 6 behind an interim head coach headed out of town next year, we like the Tigers chances to pull off just their first bowl win in the last three appearances. Carrying on with College sports for a few more wagers this afternoon, turn to the games in NCAA Basketball, as Nebraska looks for an upset at home over the visiting 11th-ranked Wisconsin Badgers, in what should be a great contest for watching and wagering on this evening. Make sure to also preview the betting lines for Notre Dame hosting #22 Pittsburgh, as this should be another interesting match-up with upset potential on Monday. As College Basketball heads into conference play ahead, the action and the rivalries only become more intense, leading to great sports betting options almost every day on College Hoops at one of the best online sportsbooks found here.
With a slew of action set for the second day of the NBA Basketball campaign, make sure to also ponder over some key match-ups available for Pro Hoops tonight, especially as the Orlando Magic face a tough challenge heading to Houston to face the Rockets, and the Oklahoma City Thunder, whom many regard as a title challenger this season, head to Minnesota to take on the revamped Timberwolves. Look also to a good match-up between the Portland Trail Blazers and the Philadelphia 76ers, as well as the San Antonio Spurs hosting the Memphis Grizzlies, and round out good looks with the Dallas Mavericks trying to play a better game against the Denver Nuggets at home, after getting simply owned by the Miami Heat yesterday in their home opener. Catch another full flight of games in NHL Hockey as well for you fans of the fastest game around, as key match-ups like Washington vs. Buffalo, Detroit vs. Nashville and Dallas vs. St. Louis are amongst the many fine betting options on NHL Hockey tonight. After a great weekend of relaxing and enjoy the holiday festivities, break back into the exciting world of online sport betting with a few wagers across any of the best available contests taking place this evening, and hopefully come out a winner at the TopBet Sportsbook or any of the other sportsbooks found right here on our website.