Every NFL Sunday there are players who capture and break hearts across America. BetAmerica's weekly Heroes and Villains feature highlights the players who made and lost money for NFL bettors.
Week 10 of the NFL season features plenty of quality matchups and BetAmerica analyst Scott Shapiro is ready to take a run at them.
We'll side with some home teams this week, and other plays include the improving Jets and surging Arizona. Let’s keep the momentum rolling after a 4-1 ATS Week 6!
With the Dolphins, Redskins and Jets playing teams likely to make the playoffs, there are a few large spreads in Week 7, but for the most part there are a slew of evenly matched games to sink our teeth into.
This weekend’s spotlight Sunday-afternoon game is a matchup between the surprisingly unbeaten 49ers and the 3-2 Rams, who come in on 10 days’ rest after a Thursday-night loss to the Seahawks. This is a game that could go a long way in deciding who wins the NFC West.
Carolina and Detroit have played well since a slow start to the season, and both will seek another measure of legitimacy in key conference road tests in Week 6 of the NFL season. We will play against a couple bad teams, as well, and look to keep momentum rolling in Week 6.
Every NFL Sunday there are players that make and break hearts across America. BetAmerica's weekly Heroes and Villains feature highlights the players who made, and lost, money for NFL bettors.
Week 4 of the NFL is where teams begin to separate themselves. The Sunday afternoon games feature a pair of division clashes, as the Seahawks travel to the Cardinals, and Minnesota and Chicago square off in a very important rivalry game. The Bucs will visit the Rams, fresh off their embarrassing loss, and the Jaguars will look to get back to .500 when they visit the Broncos. We have previews of all of the late afternoon games for you, along with some free picks for you to consider.
Another Sunday brought another day of unanswered prayers, missed opportunities and broken dreams as the likes of Daniel Jones, Jamal Adams and Aaron Donald played with our emotions.
It’s a big weekend in the NFL, as some teams look to make sure they don’t start 0-3, and others look to move to 3-0. More importantly, many teams will debut signal callers that they did not start the season with—some because of injury, and some because it’s time for the baton to be passed. In fact, four of the five games in the late afternoon will feature a quarterback making his first start of the season.