Stay ahead of the game with the latest updates, trends, and predictions in football. Whether you’re preparing for fantasy football matchups or planning potential bets, ESPN has you covered. The Action Report by David Purdum provides insights into early line movements in college football. Notable changes this week include the North Carolina Tar Heels moving from -7 to -14.5 against the Duke Blue Devils, and the New Mexico State Aggies-Western Kentucky Hilltoppers line dropping from WKU -8 to -4.5. In the NFL, the No. 3 Michigan Wolverines are listed as 6-point favorites over the No. 1 Ohio State Buckeyes. The FanDuel representative reported even betting action, with Michigan attracting slightly more money on the point spread. Despite ongoing investigations into allegations of improper sign-stealing, the Wolverines remain favorites to win the national championship. However, Las Vegas oddsmaker Ed Salmons remains cautious about putting an early line on the Wolverines’ game against Ohio State on November 25. In other developments, the Rutgers Scarlet Knights-No. 22 Iowa Hawkeyes total has dropped to 28, the lowest on any college football game since at least 2000. ESPN Analytics also has valuable insights, with Seth Walder’s analysis pointing to the South Florida Bulls and the Alabama Crimson Tide as potential valuable picks. In NFL news, Stephania Bell’s injury update reports that Minnesota Vikings’ wide receiver Justin Jefferson and San Francisco 49ers’ Deebo Samuel are both on track to return from hamstring and shoulder injuries, respectively. Matt Bowen’s matchups to exploit include Joe Burrow’s potential to beat the Houston Texans’ red zone Cover 2 and Aaron Jones’s effective use in the pass game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Finally, Mike Clay’s Eliminator Challenge advice recommends the Pittsburgh Steelers as a solid pick for Week 10. With comprehensive sports betting and fantasy football analysis, ESPN provides the information you need to make informed decisions for your football matchups and bets.