America’s Game Predictions, Picks, Odds & Schedule

The Army Black Knights and Navy Midshipmen will face each other for the 124th time, but this year the game will not be held in Philadelphia as usual. Instead, it will be held at Gillette Stadium in Massachusetts, home of the New England Patriots.

This is the first time America’s Game will be held in Massachusetts, as the Naval Academy and Army West Point announced they will be cycling through the cities for the next five years. Upcoming Army-Navy Games are scheduled to be held in Washington in 2024, Baltimore in 2025 and New York/New Jersey in 2026.

Army finished the season with a 5-6 record, and their quarterback, Bryson Daly, had 859 yards, six touchdowns and six interceptions during the regular season. The Black Knights have won five of their last seven games against Navy.

Navy also finished with a 5-6 record, and quarterback Braxton Woodson recorded 163 yards, one touchdown and one interception during the regular season.

The battle for the Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy will be the last game for both teams, as neither has won the required six regular season games to qualify for the cup.

Army vs Navy Predictions

ESPN: Army has a 61% chance to win

According to the ESPN Matchup Predictor, The Army Black Knights have a 61.7% chance of winning against Navy.

Athletic: Navy with 2 points

The staff wrote: “This rivalry has been pretty close since Navy won 14 straight games between 2002 and 2015, and then Army won three in a row. Now, the two teams have gone back and forth the last four years and I think that trend continues this year with Navy beating Army. This is the first rivalry game for Navy coach Brian Newberry and he will have some new looks for Army and I like Navy’s rushing defense.”

Fansided: I expect a fleet victory

The staff wrote: “Both offenses are bad, Army is 90th in passing and Navy is a dismal 125th, but I believe the best unit on the field will be Navy’s defense, which is third in the nation in EPA/Rush. the blocking unit is incredible and should put Army in obvious passing situations where the team can drop back into coverage. While the secondary has a bad offense, the Army defense does a poor job of slowing down the opposing run game, 121st by success rate. we can give the team a little more credit in this particular matchup, the team’s 122nd rushing yard and 128th in tackles for loss make it a vulnerable favorite. In a low-scoring game, I suggest we take the points, but I expect a Navy win.”

Doc Sports: Take the Midshipmen

The staff writes, “when it comes to this team’s scoring ability, the Black Knights rank 111th in D-1, averaging 20.8 PPG. The Army Black Knights are averaging 315.5 yards/game, which ranks them 117th in college football. errors. They’ve made 11 picks while throwing 11 touchdowns and scoring 179 first downs. So for the season so far, the Black Knights have thrown for 1,180 passing yards along with an average of 107.3 passing yards per game, which ranks them 131st in college football. They are averaging 208.3 yards per game per ground and threw the ball for a total of 2,291 yards.”

Odd Pool: Back Navy at +2

The staff wrote: “This game is expected to be low scoring. But the navy probably has a wider scheme with more toss games. That’s the difference, knowing Army’s severe inability to get to the quarterback. Fleet has several seniors they can count on who are playing in their final games. They will leave it all there. Let’s get Navy back to +2.”

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American Game: Army vs Navy Betting Odds

The Army Black Knights are favorites to beat the Navy Midshipmen, according to BetMGM’s college football odds.

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  • Share a favorite: army (-2.5)
  • Money line: Army (-145); Navy (+120)
  • Total: 28 points

How to Watch Army-Navy: TV Channel and Streaming

The Patriots game between the Army Black Knights and Navy Midshipmen will begin on Saturday, December 9 at 3:00 PM ET on CBS.

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