What to Watch and Bet NFL and College Football for Monday December 22nd 2014

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Scheduled over national television for Monday December 22nd will be a single bowl game and NFL contest to satisfy the interests of sports bettors worldwide. The action gets underway at 2PM Eastern Time.

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It will be the Miami Beach Bowl from college football pitting the Memphis Tigers and BYU Cougars. Things get started from Miami at 2PM Eastern Time and ESPN TV has the coast to coast broadcast. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the Memphis Tigers the -1 ½ point favorite with a total of 55 ½ points.

Memphis was a good story this season as they were 3-9 at year ago and show great improvement to finish the year at 9-3. They ended the regular season on a six game win streak. During the non-conference they gave UCLA all they could handle as the Tigers fell short in defeat losing 42-35 as a +22 point underdog. BYU had hopes for a New Year’s Day bowl behind talented quarterback Taysom Hill. Unfortunately early in the season Hill was struck with a season ending injury and the Cougars went through a four game losing streak. They recovered with four straight victories to close the regular season with senior backup Christian Stewart throwing 14 touchdowns and one pick in that span of games.

The final Monday Night NFL Football game of the season has Andy Dalton and his Cincinnati Bengals welcoming into town Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos getting underway at 8:30PM Eastern Time over ESPN TV. Denver is favored by -3 ½ points with an over under of 48 points. Cincinnati is clinging to a ½ game lead in the AFC Central over both Pittsburgh and Baltimore with two weeks remaining. Historically the Bengals have had trouble in these big time prime time games against higher echelon teams. Cincinnati is coming off a blowout victory against Cleveland last week as they forced the Browns offense behind Johnny Manziel to a poor showing. Denver has won the AFC West division but currently holds the number two seed in the AFC. They are tied with New England and if the Broncos can finish ahead of the Patriots in the standings they can earn home field throughout the AFC playoffs.

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