The second weekend of December is upon us and that means there’s one final college football game to play before Bowl Season. The annual Army/Navy game is a wonderful tradition and give bettors one last chance to add to their bank roll before going bowling.

What should you watch this weekend? Here are just a few of the top games you can sample.

Navy vs. Army

This game is always worth watching. Navy has struggled mightily this season, particularly defensively. Even at 3-9, Navy can salvage its season with a win on Saturday afternoon. On the other hand, Army has been strong on both sides of the ball and that has led to a sterling 9-2 record. We hope you like the ground game, because both teams are going to pound the rock.

Trend to know: Navy is 0-4 ATS in their last 4 meetings

Avalanche vs. Lightning

This battle of two high-flying offenses will be a treat to watch this weekend. Colorado has the best line in hockey in Gabriel Landeskog — Nathan MacKinnon — Mikko Rantanen. The Lightning are soaring even without their starting goaltender and look like Stanley Cup favorites right now. Which team will be able to outscore the other?

Trend to know: Avalanche are 0-4 in the last 4 meetings

Gonzaga vs. Tennessee

Don’t forget about this battle of top-10 teams on Sunday while NFL action is happening. Gonzaga has won nine games in a row to start the season and will be looking for No. 10 against one-loss Tennessee. This game is part of the Air Force Reserve Jerry Colangelo Classic and will take place in Phoenix, Arizona at the home of the Phoenix Suns, Talking Stick Resort Arena.

Ravens vs. Chiefs

A clash between two playoff teams goes down at Arrowhead Field. Lamar Jackson comes in with a perfect 3-0 record as a starter to face MVP-favorite Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs. Will the Ravens get their biggest win of the season or will Kansas City keep rolling toward the No. 1 seed in the AFC?

Trend to know: Road team is 6-2 ATS in their last 8 meetings

Bucks vs. Raptors

The two best teams in the Eastern Conference clash in a Sunday matchup north of the border. Kawhi vs. Giannis. Both teams are averaging more than 116 points per game. Which superstar will shine? Which team will come out victorious?

Eagles vs. Cowboys

The Eagles have one last chance to keep their playoff hopes alive in their bi-annual clash with America’s Team. Can Carson Wentz and Co. finally shake off the Super Bowl hangover? On the other side, the Cowboys are on fire right now and are pounding the rock and playing great defense. Does Ezekiel Elliott feast on an underwhelming Eagles defense?

Trend to know: Favorite is 5-1 ATS in their last 6 meetings

Rams vs. Bears

The No. 1 game of the weekend is saved for Sunday Night Football. The best offense in football versus the best defense in football. Are the Bears ready for prime time — ready to show they’re Super Bowl contenders? Or will the Rams prove to the world that they are truly the best team in football and no defense can shut them down?

Trend to know: Rams are 2-6 ATS in their last 8 meetings