Three NFL Favorites To Bet As Locks In Week 13

by WagerHome Blog on November 30, 2019

Thanksgiving weekend is the unofficial start to the NFL’s homestretch. Playoff teams begin to separate themselves from the pack. Other teams begin to eye the coming offseason. Weather becomes an issue. And since this is prime betting time on the sports calendar, if you haven’t yet signed up for a Pay Per Head bookmaking website, you are leaving money on the table. You can give it a look at and get four free weeks to test it out.

If you have already moved your bookmaking business to a PPH site, then you know the value of NFL betting and the values that can be found by betting the best favorites for this week.

Oakland Raiders at Kansas City Chiefs (-8.5)

Raiders quarterback Derek Carr does not do well in cold weather, and a winter storm is rolling its way through Kansas City. Couple that with Carr’s 0-5 record at Arrowhead Stadium in any weather and the giant egg the Raiders laid on last week’s trip to the Jets, and expectations are low for Oakland.

Meanwhile, on the other side, Kansas City coach Andy Reid is coming off a bye, where he’s deadly. The Chiefs are finally getting healthy after a number of weeks lost due to injury. And Patrick Mahomes has had huge games against a below-average Oakland defense.

The inclement weather expected for kickoff has lowered the over/under total line, but the Chiefs are still a great bet to score lots of points and roll to a big victory.

Cleveland Browns (-2) at Pittsburgh Steelers

It’s not often we look forward to a Browns-Steelers rematch. But following the Myles Garrett helmet-swinging incident, this game carries a little extra excitement with it. Even if the change at quarterback for Pittsburgh robs us of one the major players in that fight in the first meeting.

Devlin Hodges will be making his second career NFL start for the Steelers because, as head coach Mike Tomlin said, “He hasn’t killed us.”

Not exactly a ringing endorsement, and reason enough to still like the Browns in this one despite playing on the road and being without Garrett. Cleveland’s offense has been clicking since the addition of Kareem Hunt, and it will keep it going in this one.

Minnesota Vikings at Seattle Seahawks (-3)

Seattle has been on a roll against the spread, going 4-2 in its last six games. Russell Wilson is playing some of the best football of his career, and the Seahawks have to get this win if they want to stay in the hunt for the NFC West title.

Minnesota also has a lot to play for as it remains in the hunt for its own division title and a possible first-round bye. But the Vikings are just 1-5 against the spread in their last six games against Seattle and going on the road in primetime isn’t where Kirk Cousins thrives.

The Seahawks are on a four-game winning streak, and against the Vikings, they will make five straight and win by at least a touchdown.

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Turning Your Pay Per Head Site Into A Monster In Nebraska, Indiana, And Iowa

by WagerHome Blog on November 28, 2019

The seasons are changing, football is in the final stretch, and basketball and hockey are just heating up. It’s a great time to open up your own Pay Per Head bookmaking service in Illinois, Indiana, or Iowa to maximize your profits and minimize your work.

Advantages Of Using a Pay Per Head Site

The number one advantage is clear. Money. Both money going out and money coming in.

Before PPH sites were on the market, the tools of a bookie were pen and pad and a phone, or a huge outlay of cash in an effort to start your own bookmaking website. Now you can ditch all that, save that capital, and pay a small per-person fee to a Pay Per Head site and give your clients more than they’ve ever gotten before. And signing up at gives you four free weeks to test drive the service and make sure it’s right for you.

The other advantage of a PPH site is customization. Pick your sports, pick your odds (or allow the site to manage your odds and point spreads for you), and set limits for certain clients. It’s all available, it’s all easy to use, and all of it comes with full customer support for both you and your clients.

Advantages For Your Customers

There are lots of great betting opportunities in Nebraska, Indiana, and Iowa. But in today’s world, sports wagering is global, and it is 24 hours a day. By moving your bookmaking service to a PPH site, you will be giving your clients access to that 24/7 global network of events and improving their sports wagering experience.

Customers can bet when they what, what they want, and participate in the fast-paced world of in-play wagering — something they can’t do by just calling you on the phone.

They also can place wagers with the peace of mind that comes with a top-of-the-line website and the backing of complete customer support, making them even more loyal to you as customers.

Pay Per Head vs. Pay Percentage

If you are operating a bookmaking service in Nebraska, Indiana, or Iowa, then you no doubt have heard about percentage-based deals in the region. They’re quite common in places like Minnesota and Nebraska, and some people even mistakenly believe that they offer a better deal.

That is false.

If the bookmaking service you are with or thinking of joining takes a percentage of your winnings, go somewhere else. In the long run, you will lose profits. And if they tell you otherwise, they are being dishonest.

Some places even charge a flat fee per customer and then take a percentage on top of that. Run for the hills if you come across a site like that. Good Pay Per Head services will give you 100 percent of all profits you generate and only charge a small fee for each customer. So be sure to find a service like that, and only do business with them. The rest are trying to take the business that you built, and that is flat out wrong.

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Four Underdogs To Bet In Week 14 Of College Football

by WagerHome Blog on November 26, 2019

Thanksgiving week is upon us, and that means in a season already jam-packed with football, we actually get even more. Indeed it is something to be thankful for, as is the freedom to run your own bookmaking service through a Pay Per Head site run by You get four free weeks when you sign up, and just in time for the best time of the sports year – football playoffs.

With so many games on the menu this week, there are so many values to be had. And these are the four college football underdogs that are the best plays this week.

Wisconsin Badgers at Minnesota Golden Gophers (+4)

The Big Ten West title is on the line in this one and with it a trip to the Big Ten Championship Game to play Ohio State next week. It’s a surprise to see Minnesota open as a home dog. They haven’t lost a game at home yet this season and have won four straight at home against the spread. Meanwhile, Wisconsin is just 1-4 against the spread in its last five games, which includes losses at Illinois and Ohio State.

This will be a tight game between against two teams jockeying for a shot to play for the conference title, and I want Minnesota and the points.

Texas A&M Aggies (+16) at LSU Tigers

LSU is headed to the SEC Championship Game and a possible trip to the College Football Playoff. Other than getting the win, this game is meaningless. LSU no longer has to show its dominance. I think the Tigers let down a little, and, for the third straight week, they fail to cover the spread.

On the other side, the Aggies just covered on the road at Georgia, and their defense is playing great, holding opponents under 20 points in each of their last three games. I think Texas A&M covers again. Take the 16 points.

Oklahoma Sooners at Oklahoma State Cowboys (+12)

At 9-2 against the spread this season, Oklahoma State has been one of the better plays all year long. Now it’s time for the annual tilt against arch-rival Oklahoma, and once again, I think the Cowboys keep this one close and cover the 12-point spread.

The Sooners, on the other hand, have been one of the worst teams to bet on this year, losing against the spread in four straight weeks and seven times overall. Three of their last four wins have been by a touchdown or less, and I think this game goes the same way. Take the Cowboys and the points.

Iowa State Cyclones at Kansas State Wildcats (+3)

Kansas State is another of those teams that have played above the spread almost all season long. They are 8-3 ATS and have won five of their last six ATS. Those wins include outright victories against Oklahoma, Texas Tech, and Mississippi State, and a cover against Texas.

In each of its last three games in which Iowa State was the favorite, it failed to cover. And just last week as big 26-point favorites against Kansas, the Cyclones only won by 10. I was surprised to see Kansas State open as home dogs in this one, so my money is on the Wildcats and the points.

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Three NFL Underdogs To Consider In Week 12

by WagerHome Blog on November 23, 2019

The NFL is hitting the home stretch, and if you currently own a pay per head bookmaking service, no doubt this has become one of the busiest times of your year. And if you aren’t yet an owner of a pay per head bookmaking service, you can sign up at and get four free weeks to try it out.

With a PPH site, you can give your clients the wagering experience that they deserve, and give yourself a break from the constant struggle to keep up with the changing odds. Odds that have us looking at the three best underdog bets for Week 12 in the NFL.

Seattle Seahawks (+1.5) at Philadelphia Eagles

The Eagles offense is a weekly struggle. They are in desperate need of good wide receivers, and Carson Wentz just seems a hair off in his play of late. While on the flip side, you’d be hard-pressed to find someone playing as well as Russell Wilson, who many list as the MVP frontrunner.

Seattle is 4-1 against the spread on the road this season and a perfect 5-0 straight up, and even as a West Coast team playing in the Eastern time zone, they are great. The Seahawks are 16-3 since 2013 when making a road trip to the East Coast.

Add it all together, and it equals take the Seahawks and the points.

Dallas Cowboys (+6.5) at New England Patriots

We have another home team with a struggling offense in the Patriots. And just like in the game above, where the Eagles are facing a quarterback having a great season, the Patriots are as well. Dak Prescott is on pace to break the single-season passing yardage record.

He’ll probably slow down against a good New England defense. But this team has a top running back in Ezekiel Elliott and Amari Cooper at wide receiver, and because of their big three, the Cowboys will keep scoring.

It’s hard to pick against the Patriots, especially at home. And they may still win. But a good Dallas offense keeps this one close.

Green Bay Packers (+3) at San Francisco Giants

The Green Bay Packers are 7-3 against the spread this year and 3-1 on the road. The 49ers are impressive 9-1 straight up, which ties them for tops in the NFL, but they are just 5-4-1 against the spread and 2-2-1 at home.

Those numbers, by themselves, aren’t dispositive. But consider how the 49ers have struggled over the last few games. They won by three points at Arizona. They lost at home to Seattle in overtime. And most recently, they played a tight one at home against the Cardinals and only covered the spread because of a fluke defensive touchdown on the game’s final play.

Meanwhile the Packers’ lone blip over the last month was the egg they laid at the Chargers. Otherwise, that offense has been humming and Aaron Rodgers has looked like, well, Aaron Rodgers.

This will be a great game, and very possibly, there will be a rematch in the playoffs. But for this week, I like the Packers and the points.

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How Pay Per Head Software Can Make Life Easier for Local Florida Bookies

by WagerHome Blog on November 21, 2019

There are lots of reasons to go to Florida. The sun, the sand, the sports, the lifestyle. And if you’re going to open up your own pay per head bookmaking service and live in Florida, you want to take advantage of all the state has to offer. So finding a PPH service that takes on all the hard work, allowing you more time to play, is definitely the smart move.

Advantages of Using a Pay Per Head Site and Software for Bookmakers

The first advantage is obvious. Unlike before, when you needed to build capital before opening your own online bookmaking service, now you don’t have to. You pay a small fee for each client that uses the service, saving you loads in financial commitment.

Plus, if you sign up at, you’ll get four weeks free to make sure the service works for your needs.

Point spreads and odds are constantly moving, and with a PPH site, you don’t have to constantly keep an eye on them. They will do that for you.

You also get total customization with a pay per head site. You get to choose the sports. You get to set the limits, and those can be customizable for each of your clients.

Pay per head sites also offer full customer support. Instead of staying by your phone all day and all night just in case something goes wrong, the site that you employ takes care of that for you. Let them troubleshoot with the customers, while you spend your time bringing in new customers, or just enjoying the Florida sun.

Advantages For Your Clients

If you have Florida clients that you’ve been working with through an outdated system, they too will love the upgrade to a pay per head site.

Imagine the number of sports in which they can now wager. All across the world and well beyond the borders of Florida, whenever a game or match is ready to begin, they can place a wager. Instead of having to contact you, all they’ll need is an internet connection.

There are few ways to bet that are more fun or intense as in-play wagering. With a pay per head site, they will now be able to take advantage of those opportunities. Your clients can enjoy a more complete wagering experience, which makes them much more loyal to you.

Places like also offer a fully functioning live casino. Giving such a popular feature to your customers, and at no greater cost to you, keeps them more engaged in the many services you are offering.

And of course, that customer service we already talked about as a benefit to you is also a huge benefit to them. It gives customers confidence and peace of mind knowing that 24 hours a day, there is someone available to solve their problems and take wagers over the phone if necessary.

As you can see, selling your Florida clients on making the change will be one of the easier sells of your career.

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Top Five NCAA Football Teams To Bet In Week 13

by WagerHome Blog on November 18, 2019

If you run your own Pay Per Head bookmaking site, or if you just like to bet college football, this is vital information for you. This is the list of our top five college football plays for this week.

Michigan Wolverines (-8) at Indiana Hoosiers

It has the making of a trap game. Michigan just beat Michigan State and has Ohio State on the horizon. But even though this isn’t a rivalry game, the Wolverines will continue to dominate.

Their last three wins have been by 34, 31, and 31 points. Expect them to keep rolling in this one and win big over Indiana and improve to 7-4 against the spread.

UCLA Bruins (+13) at USC Trojans

UCLA was terrible to start the season, but it has now won three of four Pac-12 games, and Chip Kelly’s job appears to be safe. The Bruins were beaten up pretty badly by Utah, but I expect a bounce back in the battle of Los Angeles.

The Bruins beat USC outright last year, and getting 13 points for this season’s battle is too much to pass up. USC drops to 6-6 ATS after this week’s tight cross-town rivalry.

Oklahoma State Cowboys (-7.5) at West Virginia Mountaineers

West Virginia has been up and down all season when it comes to performing against the spread at 4-5-1. And at home, the Mountaineers have covered the spread just once.

On the other side, Oklahoma State continues to provide great value at 8-2 ATS, which includes a 4-1 mark on the road. For that reason alone, lay the points and take the Cowboys.

Penn State Nittany Lions at Ohio State Buckeyes (-18.5)

Ohio State’s offense is one of the surest bets in the country, having topped the 50-point mark five times so far this season. Penn State will be the highest-ranked team they’ve faced so far, but the Buckeyes haven’t had a margin of victory below 24 points yet this season.

At 8-2 against the spread and cruising to a possible spot in the College Football Playoff, Ohio State keeps its foot on that gas and wins this game by at least three touchdowns.

Texas A&M Aggies (+13.5) at Georgia Bulldogs

Even though it has lost a game this season, Georgia is also eyeing the possibility of making it into the College Football Playoff. The Bulldogs have clinched the SEC East and have already punched their ticket for the conference title game but are banged up on offense. They may be in line for a bit of a letdown as they try and get healthy for postseason play.

Meanwhile, since losing to Alabama in October, the Aggies have been rolling, with four straight wins and a 30-6 thumping of South Carolina, the team that gave Georgia its lone loss. I don’t think Texas A&M has enough to win this game, but I do think it has an excellent chance to cover the spread. Take the points.

These are the games I’m playing this week, and the teams your PPH clients are likely to play. And if you don’t yet have your own Pay Per Head site, remember that you can sign up for one at and get four free weeks.

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Top Three NCAA Football Bets in Week 12

by WagerHome Blog on November 16, 2019

Even if you haven’t made the decision yet to open your own Pay Per Head bookmaking service, it’s always better to be in the loop on who the hot teams are and what the best bets are. And, as the NCAA football season heats up for the stretch run to the College Football Playoff, this is where the action is.

Rivalries and trips to conference championship games hanging in the balance highlight our top bets this weekend.

Minnesota (+3) at Iowa

Much more is at stake this year than the Floyd of Rosedale pig trophy, awarded to the winner of this game since 1935. The Golden Gophers are in the top 10 and 9-0 for the first time in 115 years and hold out hope that they can get into the Big Ten Championship Game and into the College Football Playoff. And yet they come into this game as the underdog.

Iowa has struggled offensively against Top 25 teams, managing a total of 37 points in three games against ranked opponents. Meanwhile, the Gophers offense is rolling, with more than 37 points scored per game. There is simply too much at stake, and Minnesota is playing too well at the moment, to believe it won’t be ready for this one.

Take the hot team and the points.

Oklahoma (-9) at Baylor

It is true that Oklahoma has had some struggles on the road. They lost to Kansas State and were very slow starters at Kansas. And just a week ago, they squeaked past Iowa State by one point at home. But in all of those games, Oklahoma put up points, and that is something Baylor has struggled to do. Last week, the Bears managed just nine points in regulation against TCU.

Expect Jalen Hurts to come out and make a statement with his performance in Waco. But also remember that the closer we get to the playoff selection, the more teams want to record an impressive win. Oklahoma will not let up in this one as they try to make their case to the committee.

Oklahoma goes big over Baylor and covers the nine-point spread.

Navy (+7.5) at Notre Dame

If there’s one area where Notre Dame has struggled, it’s run defense. Michigan went for more than 300 on the ground against them. Louisville nearly hit 250. New Mexico also topped 200 yards. And what’s the one thing Navy does best? Run the football, to the tune of 6.08 yards per carry.

Navy is 6-2 against the spread this season, and there’s every reason to believe that will improve to 7-2 after this week. The Fighting Irish do have familiarity against the triple-option, but Navy will still control the clock and eat up yards at will, and it will keep this game close.

Navy is 5-1 ATS in its last six vs. Notre Dame. That trend continues. Take Navy and the points.

These are the hot games your PPH clients are likely to jump on this weekend, and the games we recommend you play yourself. And if you haven’t yet launched your own Pay Per Head site, check out the package offered by and sign up today.

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Keys To Keeping Your Pay Per Head Clients Coming Back For More

by WagerHome Blog on November 14, 2019

So you’ve signed up with to operate your own pay per head bookmaking site. An exciting move to be sure, but it’s just the first step in making sure that you get the most out of your new venture. You want and need new customers, but the meat of any business is repeat customers. You want long relationships with reliable clients.

Here are some keys to keeping your clients around and happy.

Request Feedback

It’s hard to know what your clients want or don’t want if they don’t have a way to tell you. So be sure to offer them an easy means of providing you feedback on the services you provide. It will help you improve your product and open up a dialogue between you and your clients, enabling them to see just how much you value them.

And positive feedback is a great way to bring in new clients.

Offer a Loyalty and Reward Program

With every decision you make, think like a customer and ask yourself, “Is this something I would like?” If the answer is yes, do it. And since a loyalty program makes clients feel wanted, while at the same time giving them rewards for continuing to give their business to you, they will love it.

Study some of the loyalty programs that exist in the industry so you can pick and choose which features you want to include. And be as creative as you can, and as customer-focused as possible.

Use points per play that can then be cashed in for free bets or other rewards. Offer your rewards program members tiers, so that as they accrue more points, their rewards increase. Create rewards members-only competitions, so that becoming a part of your club comes with exclusivity.

And again, don’t be afraid to change how your program works as the feedback rolls in. In everything you do, be flexible when it comes to meeting your clients’ needs.

Be Personal

Online sportsbooks seem to have all the advantages. They’re everywhere, offer everything, and they have big budgets that allow them to put their name seemingly everywhere. But you have one big advantage they will never have: Your clients can see and talk with you. You aren’t just a website; you’re a person who is right there and ready to meet their needs.

Use that to your advantage. Be available. Create a community. You can even host events for your clients and members of your loyalty program. Give your clients the one thing they can never get from a big offshore bookmaker – you – and they will love you for it.

Be Honest

It sounds obvious, but when things go wrong, a lot of bookmakers’ first instinct is to hide reality. Don’t do that. At some point, software will crash, a bet will go wrong, or a payment will arrive late. It happens. And the surest way to lose your client is to lie about it.

If they feel like they can’t trust, you’re dead in the water. So, whatever happens, be fully open and honest about it, and do your very best to fix it. In the end, your clients will appreciate you for it.

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Top 5 Best Bets to Win Super Bowl LIV

by WagerHome Blog on November 12, 2019

The New England Patriots have dominated the last two decades by treating November and December as the real regular season, and September and October as tuneups. We are now in that “regular season,” and the Patriots are still atop the list of Super Bowl champion favorites. But at +250, are they the most valuable buy?

It is estimated that 118 million people in the United States will place a bet on the NFL this year. If you’re one of those 118 million, you’ve thought about a Super Bowl bet. And if you’re one of the many entrepreneurial bookmakers looking to begin your own Pay Per Head site, the NFL and the Super Bowl is soon to become your bread and butter. So the following information is definitely for you.

Green Bay Packers

A little shine came off the Packers after their loss to the Chargers, dropping them to +1200. But Aaron Rodgers is still Aaron Rodgers, and he has shown that Matt LaFleur’s offense is much to his liking. The NFL overreacts, and it’s an overreaction to think the Packers aren’t still a top-five pick to win the Super Bowl.

Seattle Seahawks

Russell Wilson is having an MVP season, Seattle just added Josh Gordon, and while this isn’t the most talented Seahawks team we’ve ever seen, at +2000 there is incredible value in taking them as a Super Bowl pick.

Kansas City Chiefs

It’s not how you start, but how you finish, as the Patriots have taught us. The Chiefs are getting healthy at just the right time, their schedule over the last six weeks lays out very nicely for them, and there’s a guy named Patrick Mahomes under center. The loss at Tennessee (a team they always lose to) also drops their odds, making the bet even more attractive.

Baltimore Ravens

You really wanted to take the Ravens a month ago. Since their win over New England and their dismantling of the Bengals, they look like a Super Bowl contender. But while you might not get the odds you would have gotten back in September, the winner is the winner, and you want to hold that ticket. Lamar Jackson is a matchup nightmare, and they look like a real possibility.

Houston Texans

The Patriots, 49ers, or Saints could all go here. But they are heavy favorites, and the reward simply doesn’t warrant the risks each team presents. But talk about reward – the Texans are at +2500 and have the one key ingredient every contender needs, a quarterback at the top of his game. Deshaun Watson makes this more than an appealing number to place a wager.

Search for the best odds before placing your bets, obviously. And if you do decide that Pay Per Head is indeed for you, allowing you to provide your customers with an easy-to-use online betting portal, and with posted odds that are completely customizable for you, has 15 years of experience and offers four free weeks of use before you have to commit.

Best of luck the rest of the season.

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Five NFL Teams To Bet On In Week 10

by WagerHome Blog on November 9, 2019

The NFL regular season is half over, and the San Francisco 49ers are the last undefeated team in the league. The New England Patriots lost last weekend, which was their first loss of the season, but they are still the betting favorite to win the Super Bowl.

As a PPH bookie, the NFL season gives you tons of betting options to offer your players, which is great for you, considering you can really make a profit. Having a legit PPH site, like the ones from, that is well set up and offers players NFL betting options can be profitable for you and keep your players happy with all the wagers they can make.

Let’s take a look at Week 10 action and five teams to bet on.

Los Angeles Rams -3.5 at Pittsburgh Steelers

While the Rams are on the road and their two-game win streak has come against weak opponents, they are still the pick in this game. Yes, the Steelers have won three in a row, but they had a little luck on their side in their last game and may be without starting RB James Conner for a second straight game.

Baltimore Ravens -10 at Cincinnati Bengals

The Ravens are flying high, winning four in a row, and handing the Patriots their first loss of the season in their last game. Lamar Jackson has emerged as an MVP candidate, and Baltimore is a double-digit road favorite even though they only beat Cincy by six points at home early in the season. The Ravens are the pick against the winless Bengals in this game, as they have the top-ranked rushing offense in the NFL, while Cincy ranks dead last in the league in run defense.

Kansas City Chiefs -4 at Tennessee Titans

The Chiefs are coming off a big win over the Minnesota Vikings, and they have won two of their last three games with backup Matt Moore. Reigning MVP Patrick Mahomes is expected back for this game, and that would really spell doom for Tennessee.

Kansas City has many offensive weapons, and it will outmatch the Titans, even in their house. Tennessee has not beaten a team with a winning record this season, and that will continue in this game, as it will lose its second in a row and fail to cover the spread.

Minnesota Vikings +3 at Dallas Cowboys

In the Big D in the Sunday night primetime game, the Cowboys are a three-point home favorite against the Vikings. Dallas has won two in a row and is atop the NFC East, but it has been inconsistent on the season. The Cowboys beat the 5-4 Eagles in the game before their last one, but their other four wins have come facing teams that have a combined five wins.

The Vikings lost their last game where league rushing leader Dalvin Cook struggled. He will get back on track, and in this close game, Minnesota will, at least, cover the spread.

Carolina Panthers at Green Bay Packers -5.5

The Packers took their worst loss of the season in their last game, while the Panthers are coming off a solid win where Christian McCaffrey had 166 total yards from scrimmage with three TDs.

The reason Green Bay is the pick is that it is back home at Lambeau Field, and Aaron Rodgers, who passed for 429 yards with 5 TDs and no interceptions in his last home game, will light it up.

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