What to Watch and Bet NFL and College Football for Thursday November 2nd, 2017

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There is a total of 1 NFL and 4 college football games on the schedule for Thursday November 2nd, 2017 to the satisfaction of sports bettors worldwide.

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 NFL Thursday Night Football will be an AFC East affair as the New York Jets host the Buffalo Bills at 8:30PM Eastern Time on NFL Network. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the road team Buffalo Bills favored by -3 with the total lined at 43 points. The teams met in Week 1 with the Bills winning 21-12 at home covering as a 7 point favorite. Buffalo outgained the Jets by nearly 200 yards in the victory. Buffalo has won four of their past five game and enters play as a playoff contender at 5-2. New York Jets have dropped three straight. They have covered the spread in all three of their home games.

The premiere teams from the MAC conference are showcased from college football at 6PM Eastern Time on ESPN U TV as the Toledo Rockets welcome into town the Northern Illinois Huskies. Toledo is favored by -8 points with the total set at 58 points. Toledo is 7-1 and Northern Illinois at 6-2. Huskies have won four straight. They fell behind by 14 at home to Eastern Michigan last week in the fourth quarter. Northern Illinois rallied to force overtime then win 30-27 but failing to cover as a 7 ½ point favorite. Huskies can defend as they limit teams to 307 yards per game. Toledo is an explosive offense behind quarterback Logan Woodside. Rockets pass for 289 yards per game with over 15 ½ yards a completion.

On ESPN TV at 8PM Eastern Time the Temple Owls are home to the Navy Midshipmen. Navy is favored by -8 ½ points with the total set at 54 ½ points. Temple is a rebuilding team at 3-5. They showed improvement in after a 31-28 road overtime defeat to Army as a 7 ½ point underdog. Navy had been undefeated at 5-0 but suffered back to back losses at Memphis and Central Florida.

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