Well, that wasn’t a very good Monday Night Football game after all was it? With the New England Patriots embarrassing the New York Jets 45-3 last night and solidifying their position one of, if not the best team in the NFL this year, sports fans were left with a bit of an empty feeling in their stomachs as New York were beat from the first quarter on, and played horribly on both sides of the ball in one of the worst defeats in Monday Night Football history. And we thought the Arizona vs. San Francisco match-up last week was the worst it could get! Nonetheless, for Pats fans, or fans who dislike the New York Jets, we can finally count New England back into the ranks of the best in the business, as the surprising defensive stand of the young Pats squad impressed everyone, and bodes for a scary look if you happen to be an opposing team in the weeks ahead, or in the post season. One thing can certainly be learned here, and that is Tom Brady is hands down, the best quarterback in the business right now. Flawless again with 4 TDs, no picks and over 300 yards passing, Brady continues to lead his scary offense into the record books, getting his 26th consecutive win at home, and likely will end with at least a 12-4 record this season heading into the playoffs. I’m buying into New England for the remainder of the season, regardless of match-up, as between Tom Brady and Bill Belichick, this is the best team to pick for sports betting on any given Sunday.
Closing the book on the NFL until the action resumes on Thursday with the Indianapolis Colts and Tennessee Titans, we’ll look to a couple of great College Basketball games for betting on sports today, as well as some action in the NBA and the NHL to make for a well-rounded voyage down to one of the top sports betting sites reviewed here on our website. First, the NBA features another 7 games for sports betting, and we’ll travel down to Betus.com sportsbook (read the review of Betus.com) for a listing of top bets to take out today. Coming off a solid win at Orlando, Atlanta hosts the struggling New Jersey Nets, going 3-1 without their star Joe Johnson, who could be out 3 weeks upon a pending elbow surgery. Atlanta however has plenty of depth to get around the Nets, so feel comfortable taking the Hawks in this match-up against one of the league’s worst squads. Denver shoots to net George Karl his 1000th career win tonight on the road at Charlotte, facing a Bobcat’s squad with one of the other 7 coaches with 1000 wins of more, Larry Brown. Riding on a seven game winning streak coming into a 4 game road trip, the Nuggets are playing solid team ball, which can’t be said for the Charlotte Bobcats, who over time have at least played well at home. Look for Carmelo Anthony to lead the way for an 8th straight win tonight as they continue to put up big points every night. Closing the book on NBA bets, the Dallas Mavericks host the Golden State Warriors and look for their 10th straight win, Portland looks to continue to build after winning their first game in 7 outings on Sunday against the L.A. Clippers, facing the surging Phoenix Suns, and the Los Angeles Lakers will also try to turn things around against the Washington Wizards, who have still not won on the road this season. They won’t again tonight, as the Lakers should dominate on home court with a good head-to-head match-up in their favor.
For further sports betting picks on Tuesday, look to Europe with the continuation of UEFA Champions League play hosting 8 games across the European continent, with key match-ups between Manchester United and Valencia, Twente vs. Tottenham Spurs, Werder Bremen against Inter Milan and Shalke 04 vs. Lyon. The first phase of Champions League action has been full of excitement and surprises for Soccer fans, so whether you’re an avid Soccer fan, or simply looking for new action in sports betting, check out the games today and take a few picks for the most popular game in the world today. Lastly but certainly not least, wrap up today’s online sports betting with a look at the NHL Hockey picks of the day, as 5 games are on tap with a few good options to take for bets at the Betus.com sportsbook. The Boston Bruins look to Tim Thomas at home again to slow the Buffalo Sabres, who are picking up games behind two straight shut-outs by their goalie Ryan Miller. Look for a tight, low-scoring affair in this one tonight, with a good bet on the under wager at 5 goals. On the flip-side, look for another high-scoring affair at the Saddledome in Calgary as the Tampa Bay Lightning face off against the Flames, with Steven Stamkos due to score after going quiet for a few games, and coming off a 6-5 win over Colorado, the Lightning show they can score big regardless of opposition or who’s hot for the team. Look for these match-ups and more for sports betting at the Betus.com sportsbook, and as always, thanks for stopping by our site for reviews of the best sports betting sites, and picks on every day’s sports action.