Kansas City Chiefs vs Los Angeles Chargers

Los Angeles Chargers vs. Kansas City Chiefs: Odds, Analysis, NFL Betting Pick

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The Kansas City Chiefs own the recent rivalry with the Los Angeles Chargers, winning the last nine meetings straight up, including a 38-28 victory to open this season, and going 7-2 against the spread in the process. Who’s the smart bet for the 118th edition of Chiefs-Chargers on Thursday night at Arrowhead?

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NFL point spread: The Chiefs opened as 3.5-point favorites; the total was 56.5 early in the week, according to sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark. (Line updates and matchup report)

NFL betting pick, via OddsShark computer: 28.5-22.9 Chiefs (NFL pickson every game)

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Why the Chargers can cover the spread

Los Angeles rides a four-game winning streak into this contest after holding off Cincinnati on Sunday 26-21. The Chargers drove their first two possessions of the game 75 yards to touchdowns, led 17-12 at the half, let the Bengals creep to within 23-21 with just under two minutes to go but foiled a two-point conversion, then added a field goal and hung on from there.

For the day, Los Angeles only came up with 288 yards of total offense but only allowed 295. The Chargers also got a four-for-four performance on field goals from kicker Michael Badgley, including a 59-yarder.

Los Angles has now out-gained eight of its last 10 opponents, going 6-4 ATS at online sports betting sites over that span. At 10-3 overall, the Chargers now trail the Chiefs by one game not only in the AFC West but in the battle for the best record in the AFC.

Why the Chiefs can cover the spread

Kansas City carries a two-game winning streak into this contest, after outlasting Baltimore on Sunday 27-24 in overtime. The Chiefs drove their second possession of the game 75 yards to a touchdown, led 17-10 at the half, fell down 24-17 late but drove 75 yards to a touchdown with just under a minute to go to force OT. Kansas City then drove the first possession of extra time 58 yards to a field goal, then won it with a defensive stop.

For the day, the Chiefs racked up 441 yards of total offense on the No. 1 defense in the league and held the Ravens to 321 yards. Kansas City has now out-gained its last five opponents, and out-rushed four of its last five foes.

At 11-2 overall the Chiefs can clinch the AFC West with a victory Thursday night. Kansas City also now leads New England and Houston by two games in the battle for the best record in the AFC.

Smart betting pick

The Chiefs won the first matchup between these teams this season by 10 points, but Los Angeles out-gained Kansas City that day by almost 200 yards, and one of the Chiefs touchdowns came on a 91-yard punt return.

As for Thursday night, Kansas City gets the checkmark on offense, but the Chargers get the checkmark on defense. And the better defense is usually the better bet. The smart money here at online betting sites likes Los Angeles.

NFL betting trends

The total has gone under in three of the Chargers’ last four games on the road vs. the Chiefs.

The total has gone under in nine of the Chiefs’ last 11 games at home.

The Chargers are 7-2-1 ATS in their last 10 games vs. their division on the road.

All NFL odds and betting trends according to Bleacher Report’s official odds partner, OddsShark. Check out OddsShark on Twitter and Instagramor head to YouTube for more betting picks and analysis on this week’s top games. You can also download the free odds tracker app

Los Angeles Chargers vs Kansas City Chiefs

Los Angeles Chargers vs. Kansas City Chiefs: Odds, Analysis, NFL Betting Pick

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The Kansas City Chiefs own the recent rivalry with the Los Angeles Chargers, winning the last nine meetings straight up, including a 38-28 victory to open this season, and going 7-2 against the spread in the process. Who’s the smart bet for the 118th edition of Chiefs-Chargers on Thursday night at Arrowhead?

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NFL point spread: The Chiefs opened as 3.5-point favorites; the total was 56.5 early in the week, according to sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark. (Line updates and matchup report)

NFL betting pick, via OddsShark computer: 28.5-22.9 Chiefs (NFL pickson every game)

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Why the Chargers can cover the spread

Los Angeles rides a four-game winning streak into this contest after holding off Cincinnati on Sunday 26-21. The Chargers drove their first two possessions of the game 75 yards to touchdowns, led 17-12 at the half, let the Bengals creep to within 23-21 with just under two minutes to go but foiled a two-point conversion, then added a field goal and hung on from there.

For the day, Los Angeles only came up with 288 yards of total offense but only allowed 295. The Chargers also got a four-for-four performance on field goals from kicker Michael Badgley, including a 59-yarder.

Los Angles has now out-gained eight of its last 10 opponents, going 6-4 ATS at online sports betting sites over that span. At 10-3 overall, the Chargers now trail the Chiefs by one game not only in the AFC West but in the battle for the best record in the AFC.

Why the Chiefs can cover the spread

Kansas City carries a two-game winning streak into this contest, after outlasting Baltimore on Sunday 27-24 in overtime. The Chiefs drove their second possession of the game 75 yards to a touchdown, led 17-10 at the half, fell down 24-17 late but drove 75 yards to a touchdown with just under a minute to go to force OT. Kansas City then drove the first possession of extra time 58 yards to a field goal, then won it with a defensive stop.

For the day, the Chiefs racked up 441 yards of total offense on the No. 1 defense in the league and held the Ravens to 321 yards. Kansas City has now out-gained its last five opponents, and out-rushed four of its last five foes.

At 11-2 overall the Chiefs can clinch the AFC West with a victory Thursday night. Kansas City also now leads New England and Houston by two games in the battle for the best record in the AFC.

Smart betting pick

The Chiefs won the first matchup between these teams this season by 10 points, but Los Angeles out-gained Kansas City that day by almost 200 yards, and one of the Chiefs touchdowns came on a 91-yard punt return.

As for Thursday night, Kansas City gets the checkmark on offense, but the Chargers get the checkmark on defense. And the better defense is usually the better bet. The smart money here at online betting sites likes Los Angeles.

NFL betting trends

The total has gone under in three of the Chargers’ last four games on the road vs. the Chiefs.

The total has gone under in nine of the Chiefs’ last 11 games at home.

The Chargers are 7-2-1 ATS in their last 10 games vs. their division on the road.

All NFL odds and betting trends according to Bleacher Report’s official odds partner, OddsShark. Check out OddsShark on Twitter and Instagramor head to YouTube for more betting picks and analysis on this week’s top games. You can also download the free odds tracker app

Thursday Night Football

Los Angeles Chargers vs. Kansas City Chiefs: Odds, Analysis, NFL Betting Pick

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The Kansas City Chiefs own the recent rivalry with the Los Angeles Chargers, winning the last nine meetings straight up, including a 38-28 victory to open this season, and going 7-2 against the spread in the process. Who’s the smart bet for the 118th edition of Chiefs-Chargers on Thursday night at Arrowhead?

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NFL point spread: The Chiefs opened as 3.5-point favorites; the total was 56.5 early in the week, according to sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark. (Line updates and matchup report)

NFL betting pick, via OddsShark computer: 28.5-22.9 Chiefs (NFL pickson every game)

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Check out the OddsShark podcast on iTunes or Spotify or at OddsShark.libsyn.com for more odds information, betting picks and a breakdown of this week’s top sports betting news.

        

Why the Chargers can cover the spread

Los Angeles rides a four-game winning streak into this contest after holding off Cincinnati on Sunday 26-21. The Chargers drove their first two possessions of the game 75 yards to touchdowns, led 17-12 at the half, let the Bengals creep to within 23-21 with just under two minutes to go but foiled a two-point conversion, then added a field goal and hung on from there.

For the day, Los Angeles only came up with 288 yards of total offense but only allowed 295. The Chargers also got a four-for-four performance on field goals from kicker Michael Badgley, including a 59-yarder.

Los Angles has now out-gained eight of its last 10 opponents, going 6-4 ATS at online sports betting sites over that span. At 10-3 overall, the Chargers now trail the Chiefs by one game not only in the AFC West but in the battle for the best record in the AFC.

Why the Chiefs can cover the spread

Kansas City carries a two-game winning streak into this contest, after outlasting Baltimore on Sunday 27-24 in overtime. The Chiefs drove their second possession of the game 75 yards to a touchdown, led 17-10 at the half, fell down 24-17 late but drove 75 yards to a touchdown with just under a minute to go to force OT. Kansas City then drove the first possession of extra time 58 yards to a field goal, then won it with a defensive stop.

For the day, the Chiefs racked up 441 yards of total offense on the No. 1 defense in the league and held the Ravens to 321 yards. Kansas City has now out-gained its last five opponents, and out-rushed four of its last five foes.

At 11-2 overall the Chiefs can clinch the AFC West with a victory Thursday night. Kansas City also now leads New England and Houston by two games in the battle for the best record in the AFC.

Smart betting pick

The Chiefs won the first matchup between these teams this season by 10 points, but Los Angeles out-gained Kansas City that day by almost 200 yards, and one of the Chiefs touchdowns came on a 91-yard punt return.

As for Thursday night, Kansas City gets the checkmark on offense, but the Chargers get the checkmark on defense. And the better defense is usually the better bet. The smart money here at online betting sites likes Los Angeles.

NFL betting trends

The total has gone under in three of the Chargers’ last four games on the road vs. the Chiefs.

The total has gone under in nine of the Chiefs’ last 11 games at home.

The Chargers are 7-2-1 ATS in their last 10 games vs. their division on the road.

All NFL odds and betting trends according to Bleacher Report’s official odds partner, OddsShark. Check out OddsShark on Twitter and Instagramor head to YouTube for more betting picks and analysis on this week’s top games. You can also download the free odds tracker app

Chiefs vs Chargers

Los Angeles Chargers vs. Kansas City Chiefs: Odds, Analysis, NFL Betting Pick

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The Kansas City Chiefs own the recent rivalry with the Los Angeles Chargers, winning the last nine meetings straight up, including a 38-28 victory to open this season, and going 7-2 against the spread in the process. Who’s the smart bet for the 118th edition of Chiefs-Chargers on Thursday night at Arrowhead?

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NFL point spread: The Chiefs opened as 3.5-point favorites; the total was 56.5 early in the week, according to sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark. (Line updates and matchup report)

NFL betting pick, via OddsShark computer: 28.5-22.9 Chiefs (NFL pickson every game)

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Why the Chargers can cover the spread

Los Angeles rides a four-game winning streak into this contest after holding off Cincinnati on Sunday 26-21. The Chargers drove their first two possessions of the game 75 yards to touchdowns, led 17-12 at the half, let the Bengals creep to within 23-21 with just under two minutes to go but foiled a two-point conversion, then added a field goal and hung on from there.

For the day, Los Angeles only came up with 288 yards of total offense but only allowed 295. The Chargers also got a four-for-four performance on field goals from kicker Michael Badgley, including a 59-yarder.

Los Angles has now out-gained eight of its last 10 opponents, going 6-4 ATS at online sports betting sites over that span. At 10-3 overall, the Chargers now trail the Chiefs by one game not only in the AFC West but in the battle for the best record in the AFC.

Why the Chiefs can cover the spread

Kansas City carries a two-game winning streak into this contest, after outlasting Baltimore on Sunday 27-24 in overtime. The Chiefs drove their second possession of the game 75 yards to a touchdown, led 17-10 at the half, fell down 24-17 late but drove 75 yards to a touchdown with just under a minute to go to force OT. Kansas City then drove the first possession of extra time 58 yards to a field goal, then won it with a defensive stop.

For the day, the Chiefs racked up 441 yards of total offense on the No. 1 defense in the league and held the Ravens to 321 yards. Kansas City has now out-gained its last five opponents, and out-rushed four of its last five foes.

At 11-2 overall the Chiefs can clinch the AFC West with a victory Thursday night. Kansas City also now leads New England and Houston by two games in the battle for the best record in the AFC.

Smart betting pick

The Chiefs won the first matchup between these teams this season by 10 points, but Los Angeles out-gained Kansas City that day by almost 200 yards, and one of the Chiefs touchdowns came on a 91-yard punt return.

As for Thursday night, Kansas City gets the checkmark on offense, but the Chargers get the checkmark on defense. And the better defense is usually the better bet. The smart money here at online betting sites likes Los Angeles.

NFL betting trends

The total has gone under in three of the Chargers’ last four games on the road vs. the Chiefs.

The total has gone under in nine of the Chiefs’ last 11 games at home.

The Chargers are 7-2-1 ATS in their last 10 games vs. their division on the road.

All NFL odds and betting trends according to Bleacher Report’s official odds partner, OddsShark. Check out OddsShark on Twitter and Instagramor head to YouTube for more betting picks and analysis on this week’s top games. You can also download the free odds tracker app

Chargers vs Chiefs

Los Angeles Chargers vs. Kansas City Chiefs: Odds, Analysis, NFL Betting Pick

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The Kansas City Chiefs own the recent rivalry with the Los Angeles Chargers, winning the last nine meetings straight up, including a 38-28 victory to open this season, and going 7-2 against the spread in the process. Who’s the smart bet for the 118th edition of Chiefs-Chargers on Thursday night at Arrowhead?

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NFL point spread: The Chiefs opened as 3.5-point favorites; the total was 56.5 early in the week, according to sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark. (Line updates and matchup report)

NFL betting pick, via OddsShark computer: 28.5-22.9 Chiefs (NFL pickson every game)

Chargers vs Chiefs Live Free

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Why the Chargers can cover the spread

Los Angeles rides a four-game winning streak into this contest after holding off Cincinnati on Sunday 26-21. The Chargers drove their first two possessions of the game 75 yards to touchdowns, led 17-12 at the half, let the Bengals creep to within 23-21 with just under two minutes to go but foiled a two-point conversion, then added a field goal and hung on from there.

For the day, Los Angeles only came up with 288 yards of total offense but only allowed 295. The Chargers also got a four-for-four performance on field goals from kicker Michael Badgley, including a 59-yarder.

Los Angles has now out-gained eight of its last 10 opponents, going 6-4 ATS at online sports betting sites over that span. At 10-3 overall, the Chargers now trail the Chiefs by one game not only in the AFC West but in the battle for the best record in the AFC.

Why the Chiefs can cover the spread

Kansas City carries a two-game winning streak into this contest, after outlasting Baltimore on Sunday 27-24 in overtime. The Chiefs drove their second possession of the game 75 yards to a touchdown, led 17-10 at the half, fell down 24-17 late but drove 75 yards to a touchdown with just under a minute to go to force OT. Kansas City then drove the first possession of extra time 58 yards to a field goal, then won it with a defensive stop.

For the day, the Chiefs racked up 441 yards of total offense on the No. 1 defense in the league and held the Ravens to 321 yards. Kansas City has now out-gained its last five opponents, and out-rushed four of its last five foes.

At 11-2 overall the Chiefs can clinch the AFC West with a victory Thursday night. Kansas City also now leads New England and Houston by two games in the battle for the best record in the AFC.

Smart betting pick

The Chiefs won the first matchup between these teams this season by 10 points, but Los Angeles out-gained Kansas City that day by almost 200 yards, and one of the Chiefs touchdowns came on a 91-yard punt return.

As for Thursday night, Kansas City gets the checkmark on offense, but the Chargers get the checkmark on defense. And the better defense is usually the better bet. The smart money here at online betting sites likes Los Angeles.

NFL betting trends

The total has gone under in three of the Chargers’ last four games on the road vs. the Chiefs.

The total has gone under in nine of the Chiefs’ last 11 games at home.

The Chargers are 7-2-1 ATS in their last 10 games vs. their division on the road.

All NFL odds and betting trends according to Bleacher Report’s official odds partner, OddsShark. Check out OddsShark on Twitter and Instagramor head to YouTube for more betting picks and analysis on this week’s top games. You can also download the free odds tracker app

New Zealand Rugby Awards

New Zealand Rugby stars unite for the annual New Zealand Rugby Awards

All the action from the 2018 New Zealand Rugby Awards.

And that concludes our coverage of this year’s awards. Thanks for joining us, good night.

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10.38pm: It’s the Black Ferns Sevens!

They’ve done what only Ireland and the Springboks (and almost England) could this season – they’ve beaten the All Blacks!

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10.32pm: The last award of the night. It’s the New Zealand Team of the Year – and it’s the All Blacks, All Blacks Sevens or the Black Ferns Sevens.

10.26pm: The penultimate award of the evening, the National Team of the Year is awarded to…

The Crusaders – beating Auckland and Thames Valley.

– the first woman to do so! She beats out Brodie Retallick, Richie Mo’unga and Codie Taylor for the top gang – smashing the glass ceiling.

10.14pm: The New Zealand Rugby Women’s Player of the Year is… Kendra Cocksedge! A second award of the night for Cocksedge, who of course is also up for the main honour as Kelvin R Tremain Memorial Player of the Year, which is up next.

10.05pm: And it had to be – the Women’s World Sevens Player of the Year is now also the Black Ferns Sevens Player of the Year – it’s Michaela Blyde.

10.00pm: And the winner is – Scott Curry. Who will join him on stage as the Black Ferns Sevens Player of the Year? Michaela Blyde, Kelly Brazier and Sarah Goss are the nominees.

9.56pm: Up next is the Richard Crawshaw Memorial All Blacks Sevens Player of the Year. Regan Ware, Vilimoni Koroi and Scott Curry are the nominees.

9.53pm: This year’s Tom French Memorial Māori Player of the Year award goes to…

Codie Taylor (Ngāti Raukawa / Muaupoko). He wins over Sarah Goss (Ngati Kahungunu) and Rieko Ioane (Ngāpuhi / Te Whānau ā Apanui).

9.48pm: The Super Rugby Player of the Year is…

9.44pm:

Next, the finalists for Super Rugby Player of the Year are the Chiefs’ Solomon Alaimalo, and Richie Mo’unga and Matt Todd from the Crusaders.

9.39pm: Now for the New Zealand Coach of the Year. The nominees are Clark Laidlaw, Allan Bunting, Steve Hansen. And the winner is…

Laidlaw, coach of the Commonwealth Games gold medallist sevens team.

9.36pm: And the winner is…

Alama Ieremia. The former All Black managed to prevent Canterbury from a 10th Mitre 10 title in 11 years – with a thrilling extra-time victory in the final. And that in his first season with Auckland.

While the finalists and other guests tuck into their Thai chicken curry, let’s recap the winners so far tonight:

Fan’s Try of the Year: Chris Hala’ufia (St Peter’s College)

Referee of the Year: Glen Jackson

Volunteer of the Year: Irene Eruera-Taiapa

Age Grade Player of the Year: Tom Christie (Canterbury)

Mitre 10 Heartland Championship Player of the Year: Brett Ranga (Thames Valley)

Duane Monkley Medal: Luke Romano (Canterbury)

Fiao’o Faamausili Medal: Kendra Cocksedge (Canterbury)

8.37pm: And the Coach of the Year…

…will only be revealed after the dinner break.

The National Coach of the Year award will go to Scott Robertson, for a second consecutive Super Rugby title, Alama Ieremia for his remarkable work with Auckland, or Canterbury FPC’s Kieran Kite.

8.31pm: The women’s turn. This year’s Fiao’o Faamausili Medal is awarded to…

Kendra Cocksedge. She’s been nominated in three categories tonight. This is her first win, seeing off competition from Krysten Cottrell and Jackie Patea-Fereti

8.27pm: Duane Monkley Medal time now, and the winner is…

Canterbury’s Luke Romano! TJ Faiane (Auckland) and Fletcher Smith (Waikato) the other nominees.

8.20pm: The Mitre 10 Heartland Championship Player of the Year gong goes to…

Thames Valley’s Brett Ranga. Craig Clare (Wanganui), and Willie Wright (South Canterbury) were the other finalists.

8.15pm: Up next, the New Zealand Rugby Age Grade Player of the Year

And Tom Christie gets the W over Sam Darry, Risaleaana Pouri-Lane, and Kaleb Trask.

Age Grade Player of the Year Tom Christie of Canterbury. Photo / Photosport

7.55pm: The Charles Monro Rugby Volunteer of the Year, is…

Irene Eruera-Taiapa – after Steve Webling and Kim Wheeler, uhm… offered some strong competition.

Volunteer of the Year Irene Eruera-Taiapa. Photo / Supplied

7.49pm: Referee of the Year is next, and it goes to…

Glen Jackson. Again. Richard Kelly and Rebecca Mahoney were the other contenders.

7.42pm: And the award for Fan’s Try of the Year goes to…

St Peter’s College’s Chris Hala’ufia, beating out Black Fern Kelly Brazier and All Black Richie Mo’unga.

St Peters flanker Chris Hala'ufia. Photo / Photosport
St Peters flanker Chris Hala’ufia. Photo / Photosport

We’re now only minutes away from the start of the awards. I’m told the Fan’s Try of the Year is the first category up.

7.05pm: Hansen stays mum

Steve Hansen walked down the red carpet, but dodged the media ahead of his big announcement – we will know tomorrow whether he is staying on as All Blacks head coach after the 2019 Rugby World Cup.

AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND - DECEMBER 13: All Black coach Steve Hansen and his wife Tash. Photo / Gettyn
AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND – DECEMBER 13: All Black coach Steve Hansen and his wife Tash. Photo / Gettyn

6.43pm: Taking it upstairs

That’s about the last of the arrivals, as everyone now heads upstairs.

6.34pm: Not all about rugby…

Canoeing star Lisa Carrington is among the local stars invited to the awards. She seems as popular with the other attendees as she was with the Glen Eden intermediate students.

6.30pm: Red carpet rush

It seems the players might have arranged to arrive at the same time. Codie Taylor, Sam Whitelock, Kendra Cocksedge, Brodie Retallick, and Richie Mo’unga make their way along the red carpet within minutes of each other.

6.25pm: The man of the moment

Sir Michael Jones is among the stars in attendance this evening, looking cool as ice in a classic black suit.

While the likes of Steve Tew and Ian Foster make their way in quickly, stopping for photos on the red carpet along the way, Steve Hansen stops at the beginning of the long line of youngsters asking for a moment of his time.

Of course he obliges, slowly making his way along and other attendees sneak along behind him.

6.18pm: Welcome, Charlotte Rose McCaw

Two stars who won’t be at tonight’s awards are Richie and Gemma McCaw.

They’ve just announced the arival of their baby, Charlotte Rose.

6pm: Stars arrive

A contingent of around 30 students from Glen Eden Intermediate line the entrance of the Sky City conventions centre awaiting the arrival of their rugby heroes.

While they wait for the players to arrive, the group tries to get high fives from anyone and everyone who walks past. Loud boos echoing through the corridor identify those unwilling to oblige.

5.45pm: Here are the nominees for all the big awards

• Fans’ Try of the Year: Kelly Brazier (Black Ferns Sevens), Chris Hala’ufia (St Peter’s College), Richie Mo’unga (Crusaders)
• New Zealand Rugby Referee of the Year: Glen Jackson (Bay of Plenty), Richard Kelly (Taranaki), Rebecca Mahoney (Wairarapa Bush)
• Charles Monro Rugby Volunteer of the Year: Irene Eruera-Taiapa (Horowhenua Kapiti), Steve Webling (Taranaki), Kim Wheeler (King Country)
• New Zealand Rugby Age Grade Player of the Year: Sam Darry (Canterbury), Tom Christie (Canterbury), Risaleaana Pouri-Lane (Tasman), Kaleb Trask (Bay of Plenty)
• Mitre 10 Heartland Championship Player of the Year: Craig Clare (Wanganui), Brett Ranga (Thames Valley), Willie Wright (South Canterbury)
• Duane Monkley Medal: TJ Faiane (Auckland), Luke Romano (Canterbury), Fletcher Smith (Waikato)
• Fiao’o Faamausili Medal: Kendra Cocksedge (Canterbury), Krysten Cottrell (Hawke’s Bay), Jackie Patea-Fereti (Wellington)
• National Coach of the Year: Alama Ieremia (Auckland), Kieran Kite (Canterbury women), Scott Robertson (Crusaders)
• New Zealand Coach of the Year: Allan Bunting (Black Ferns Sevens), Steve Hansen (All Blacks), Clark Laidlaw (All Blacks Sevens)
• Super Rugby Player of the Year: Solomon Alaimalo (Chiefs), Richie Mo’unga (Crusaders), Matt Todd (Crusaders)
• Tom French Memorial Māori Player of the Year: Sarah Goss (Ngāti Kahungunu), Rieko Ioane (Ngāpuhi / Te Whānau ā Apanui), Codie Taylor (Ngāti Raukawa/Muaūpoko)
• Richard Crawshaw Memorial All Blacks Sevens Player of the Year:• Scott Curry (Bay of Plenty), Vilimoni Koroi (Otago), Regan Ware (Bay of Plenty)
• Black Ferns Sevens Player of the Year: Michaela Blyde (Bay of Plenty), Kelly Brazier (Bay of Plenty), Sarah Goss (Manawatu)
• New Zealand Rugby Women’s Player of the Year: Kendra Cocksedge (Canterbury), Aroha Savage (Counties Manukau), Selica Winiata (Manawatu)
• Kelvin R Tremain Memorial Player of the Year: Kendra Cocksedge (Canterbury), Richie Mo’unga (Canterbury), Brodie Retallick (Hawke’s Bay), Codie Taylor (Canterbury)
• National Team of the Year: Auckland, Crusaders, Thames Valley
• New Zealand Team of the Year: All Blacks, All Blacks Sevens, Black Ferns Sevens

5.30pm: Kia ora, and welcome to the 2018 New Zealand Rugby Awards.

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Wrangler ProRodeo Tour: How to watch the PRCA National Finals Rodeo on CBS The PRCA National Finals Rodeo is always a big deal, but the 2018 edition marks the semi-retirement of one of the best cowboys in the sport. 23-time world champion Trevor Brazile is stepping back from the rodeo after this event, so it’s probably his last chance to go for No. 24.

Brazile finished in second place last year, losing out to his brother-in-law Tuf Cooper. This year will probably be his last year competing with NFR qualifying as the goal, so it’s also the last time we’ll see him on this stage.

Canadian Curtis Cassidy will also be a name to look out for. He finished sixth in the All-Around standings, so he’ll obviously seek to improve his status as well.

“I never want to count myself out, but with such a drastic change in the way I conduct my rodeo business, if I do ever make the Finals again it’ll be a bigger story than my retirement, because I’ll have gotten it done at just a handful of rodeos,” Brazile said, per Prorodeo.com. “The good news is that this is my decision, and I’m not being forced out because I’m hurt or too old.”

Here’s how you can catch one of Brazile’s last ride — both the United States and abroad. ProRodeoTV.com comes with a $79.99 annual subscription with the promo code NFRDEAL20.

Note: ProRodeoTV.com stream for this event is exclusively available in Canada and around the world. Viewers in the U.S. can watch live on CBS Sports Network and on-demand the following day at ProRodeoTV.com.

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NFR Rodeo : The Cowboy NFR TV Channel, and RURAL RADIO Channel 147 to Broadcast Live Coverage of the 2017 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, Las Vegas Events, along with RFD-TV and RURAL RADIO Channel 147 on SiriusXM Christmas during the 10 …

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Dates: Dec. 6 – Dec. 15 Live channel: CBS Sports Network (United States) Live stream: ProRodeoTV.com (Canada, international)

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Note: ProRodeoTV.com stream for this event is exclusively available in Canada and around the world. Viewers in the U.S. can watch live on CBS Sports Network and on-demand the following day at ProRodeoTV.com.

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NFR 2018 : The Cowboy NFR TV Channel, and RURAL RADIO Channel 147 to Broadcast Live Coverage of the 2018 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, Las Vegas Events, along with RFD-TV and RURAL RADIO Channel 147 on SiriusXM Christmas during the 10 …

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Dates: Dec. 6 – Dec. 15 Live channel: CBS Sports Network (United States) Live stream: ProRodeoTV.com (Canada, international)

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NFR 2018 : The Cowboy NFR TV Channel, and RURAL RADIO Channel 147 to Broadcast Live Coverage of the 2017 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, Las Vegas Events, along with RFD-TV and RURAL RADIO Channel 147 on SiriusXM Christmas during the 10 …

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Fans of the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo will have even more viewing options as RFD-TV, The Cowboy Channel, and RURAL RADIO on SiriusXM Channel 147 will offer four hours of daily LIVE programming from Las Vegas.  For years RFD-TV has aired the Buckle Ceremony, Western Sports Round-Up with Steve Kenyon, and Outside the Barrel with Flint Rasmussen.  New, this year will be Rodeo Las Vegas, a special one-hour program originating nightly from the Thomas & Mack Center at 8:30 PM ET –  immediately preceding each night’s National Finals Rodeo.  It will premiere on The Cowboy Channel and repeat on RFD-TV.  The new program,

Dates: Dec. 6 – Dec. 15 Live channel: CBS Sports Network (United States) Live stream: ProRodeoTV.com (Canada, international)

Wrangler ProRodeo Tour: How to watch the PRCA National Finals Rodeo on CBS The PRCA National Finals Rodeo is always a big deal, but the 2018 edition marks the semi-retirement of one of the best cowboys in the sport. 23-time world champion Trevor Brazile is stepping back from the rodeo after this event, so it’s probably his last chance to go for No. 24.

Brazile finished in second place last year, losing out to his brother-in-law Tuf Cooper. This year will probably be his last year competing with NFR qualifying as the goal, so it’s also the last time we’ll see him on this stage.

Canadian Curtis Cassidy will also be a name to look out for. He finished sixth in the All-Around standings, so he’ll obviously seek to improve his status as well.

“I never want to count myself out, but with such a drastic change in the way I conduct my rodeo business, if I do ever make the Finals again it’ll be a bigger story than my retirement, because I’ll have gotten it done at just a handful of rodeos,” Brazile said, per Prorodeo.com. “The good news is that this is my decision, and I’m not being forced out because I’m hurt or too old.”

Here’s how you can catch one of Brazile’s last ride — both the United States and abroad. ProRodeoTV.com comes with a $79.99 annual subscription with the promo code NFRDEAL20.

Note: ProRodeoTV.com stream for this event is exclusively available in Canada and around the world. Viewers in the U.S. can watch live on CBS Sports Network and on-demand the following day at ProRodeoTV.com.