What to Watch and Bet NFL and College Football for Thursday September 27th, 2018

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College Football and the NFL return to action together on Thursday September 27th with one game each from each league over national television to the satisfaction of sports bettors worldwide.

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A good matchup from the NFL gets underway at 8:20PM Eastern Time from Los Angeles as the LA Rams host the Minnesota Vikings. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side LA Rams favored by -6 ½ points with the over under line of 49 ½ points. The Rams are off to a 3-0 start to the season. This is a team that sat starters for the entire preseason. The offense has looked strong as the team is averaging 439 yards per game with 305 in the passing game. LA has scored no fewer than 33 points in any of their games. Rams made key free agent acquisitions in the offseason to strengthen their defense. Their 35-23 home victory to the LA Chargers came at a price as cornerbacks Marcus Peters and Aqib Talib are expected to miss extended periods of time due to injuries. Minnesota is 1-1-1 and are winless in their past two games. After a 29-29 road tie at Green Bay the Vikings returned home and dropped a 27-6 home decision to Buffalo as 17 point favorite. Vikings trailed 27-0 at the half and had only 14 rushing yards all game.

College Football on ESPN will be an ACC affair as the Miami Hurricanes host North Carolina Tar Heels at 8PM Eastern Time. Miami is favored by -18 with the total set at 55 ½ points. Miami is making a quarterback switch away from Malik Rozier. Big time recruit N’Kosi Perry took over for Rozier last week and hit on 17 of 25 for 224 yards with three touchdowns and a pick. Rozier has not been an accurate passer. North Carolina got their first win of the season defeating Pittsburgh 38-35. It was their best offensive showing after road defeats at California and East Carolina when they could not get over 19 points. In their home win to the Panthers the Tar Heels offense produced 486 yards with quarterback Nathan Elliot passing accurately for 313 yards and two touchdowns.

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