AUDIO- Tony Miller breaks down best bets for NFL & college football

The Director of the Golden Nugget Sportsbook joins Steve Cofield, Adam Hill & Ryan McKinnell to discuss the best bets for Week 7 in NFL and Week 8 in college football.

Miller talks Cowboys/Redskins, “This is a rivalry that is stuck in the public’s mind. And whenever these two teams play it’s usually close and usually the dog wins straight up. So there is your play: take Dallas on the moneyline.”

Miller says of the Vikings/Jets, “I like the Minnesota offense. I think Cousins can run all over these guys, definitely pass all over them. I do like the over. 46.5 is a pretty low number. I think the ball is going to be in the air quite a bit from both sides. Man, the Minnesota Vikings are a passing machine, all of the sudden.”

Miller weighs in on the Michigan/Michigan State game, “This rivalry has been all Michigan State in the past. But, I’m getting good two-way on it. I got some Michigan State money early in the week. I’m sitting at 7 on it right now but it’s going to come with Michigan late. And our friend down the road, Mr. Derek Stevens, I know he’s going to come in here and play Michigan sooner or later so that probably ends up at 7.5.”

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Author: chrissyparadis

Producer of Cofield & Company heard weekday afternoons from 3-6p on ESPN 1100 / 100.9 FM. Previously worked producing Nasty Boy Rob Dibble and FOX Sports National Commentator Tim Brando. Born & raised to be a tough long-suffering Jets fan and growing up in NC became a diehard Duke basketball & Carolina Hurricanes fan. Perfect weekend includes- setting up shop at my favorite sports bar to watch as many CFB & NFL games at once. Looking for suggestions! Have the best family (at home & work) a girl could ask for! Always on twitter @chrissyparadis & part of Cofield's Company .

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