Can I Bet on FanDuel From Washington?

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Aaron Goldstein
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FanDuel is currently unavailable from the state of Washington.  Those looking to bet on sports from Washington can do so by accessing websites licensed outside the state.

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2019-2020 Outlook

The amount of betting that takes place in Washington should be significant both in the NFL and college football.  The Huskies are also at decent 80-1 odds of winning the NCAA Men's College Basketball Championship.

Seahawks (NFL)

The Seahawks will have some early woes with defensive end L.J. Collier out for an undetermined number of weeks after the first-round pick suffered an "unusual" and "badly sprained ankle" heading into August. Collier was expected to provide some immediate help to a Seahawks defensive line that lost Frank Clark via trade and will be without Jarran Reed for the first six games of the season due to a suspension.

AthlonSports writes:

"It's been five seasons since the Seahawks played in the Super Bowl, six since they won one. If Carroll can find another playmaker or two — preferably at pass rusher and wide receiver — this team should be good enough to remain in the hunt for the postseason once again. With Wilson at the top of his game, anything is possible."

Season Wins Total Betting  Bet Here

OVER 8.5 -120

UNDER 8.5 -110

Odds to win 2019-20 NFC West (12/29/19) Bet Here
Team     Odds
Los Angeles Rams     4/7
Seattle Seahawks     7/2
San Francisco 49ers     4/1
Arizona Cardinals     20/1

Huskies (College Football)

247Sports writes:

"The Huskies have risen high from preseason obscurity before – at least from a national perspective – and reached the playoffs. This team, given a successful defensive reset with nine starters departing, is primed to do so again. No league provides a more open path to the CFB Playoff. The Pac-12 lacks an upper-tier playoff contender, which creates opportunity for someone to fill the void. When all else is even, it’s hard to bet against Husky head coach Chris Petersen. And Washington’s recruiting has climbed at a steady clip during his regime, raising the talent floor. Combine that with a history of defensive success, and I feel confident a young but talented Huskey defense will rise to the occasion. Quarterback is likely the team’s tipping point. Jake Browning was a four-year starter in Seattle, helping Petersen to transform the program. Former five-star Jacob Eason is likely taking his place (though a QB battle with Jake Haener is ongoing) following a transfer from Georgia and a redshirt season. Eason’s ceiling, and therefore the offense’s, is much higher than Browning, who struggled at times to push the ball deep down field. Eason won’t have that issue. He will have to prove, however, he’s a far more accurate QB than the passer who completed 55 percent of his passes as a true freshman. Eason will be aided by a standout offensive line, something Georgia didn’t exactly provide him in 2016.

"The schedule (and the Pac-12) are a boon for Washington. The Huskies have some challenges in the non-conference (Eastern Washington, Hawaii, BYU), but nothing that should truly tax them. They also have the benefit of hosting their four toughest in-conference foes: USC, Oregon, Utah and Washington State. It’s not hard to envision Washington rolling to 11-1 and challenging for a top four spot."

Washington is favored to win OVER 9.5 regular season games at -125 as of September 21, 2019.

Cougars (College Football)

CollegeFootballNews says:

Set The Regular Season Win Total At … 8

There isn’t a game on the slate the Cougars can’t win. They have the talent, the depth, and the schemes to be deep in the hunt for the Pac-12 title, but the slate is brutal.

Start with road games at Utah, Arizona State, Oregon, Cal and Washington. Be ecstatic with wins it at least three of those five games, but it could be a fight to come up with two.

UCLA will be better. Houston will be stronger. Colorado and Stanford will be more dangerous, too. But after 20 wins in the last two seasons, and with four straight years with eight wins or more, figure that Wazzu will find a way to somehow get to the mark. It’ll take a special set of circumstances to do more.

As of September 21, the Cougars remained undefeated.

Opening Odds Pac-12 Bet Here

    Washington: 9.5 (Over -124, Under -124)
    Oregon: 9 (Over +102, Under -120)
    Utah: 9 (Over -102, Under -114)
    Washington State 8.5 (Over +102, Under -120)
    Arizona State: 7.5 (Over +125, Under -145)
    Arizona: 7 (Over -108, Under -108)
    Stanford: 6.5 (Over -108, Under -108)
    USC: 6.5 (Over -114, Under -102)
    Cal: 6 (Over -102, Under -114)
    UCLA: 5.5 (Over -108, Under -108)
    Colorado: 4.5 (Over -108, Under -108)
    Oregon State: 2.5 (Over +130, Under -155)

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