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

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There is a game each scheduled from the NFL and College Football Bowls on Thursday December 22nd over national television to the satisfaction of sports bettors worldwide.

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NFL Thursday Night Football will kick off at 8:25PM Eastern Time on NBC TV as the Philadelphia Eagles welcome into town the New York Giants. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the road team New York Giants favored by -2 ½ points with the total set at 41 ½ points. New York Giants are in position to clinch a playoff spot with a victory in this game. They sit at 10-4 and have been an improved defensive team from a season ago. They are limiting the opposition to 18 points per game which ranks third in the NFL in scoring defense. Some don’t give much hope to the prospects of the Giants going far into the playoffs because of their struggles on the offensive end. They are 24th in scoring pushing across 19.4 points per game as they have the 30th and worst running game in the NFL. Since starting 3-0 it has been a downward slide for the Philadelphia Eagles as they sit at 5-9 going 2-9 since their bye week. They enter with a five game losing streak since dropping a one point decision at Baltimore.

It is the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl set to kick off from Boise Idaho at 7PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV as the Colorado St Rams will face the Idaho Vandals. The current odds have the Colorado St Rams favored by -15 points with the total coming in at 65 points. Colorado St finished the year as one of the hottest teams from the Mountain West conference. They have won four of five games and have been a scoring machine averaging 45 points per game during that span. They have defended the pass very well sitting 21st in the nation by allowing 191 yards per game. Idaho finished the regular season at 8-4 during their last in FBS competition as the program is demoting themselves into the FCS ranks next season. They competed in the Sun Belt conference and suffered losses at Appalachian St and home to Troy to deny them a title. They closed the season on a four game win streak.

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