BetAmerica handicaps the chances of the three favorites to earn the most rushing yards in the NFL this season, plus a dark-horse candidate.
Week 11 commences with an AFC North clash between the surging Pittsburgh Steelers and the disappointing Cleveland Browns. Both teams head into the weekday affair off tightly contested home victories Sunday afternoon.
It’s about time for someone other than a quarterback to claim the MVP, and Christian McCaffrey is making it difficult to ignore him.
No team has defied expectations more this season than the 49ers, who entered the season with distant +3500 odds to win the Super Bowl. Fast forward to 10 weeks later and San Francisco is 8-0 and has scintillating +700 odds to hoist the Lombardi Trophy this February. The 49ers will put their perfect record on the line on Monday when they host the 7-2 Seattle Seahawks.
If you're looking for games between some of the NFL’s best teams, then the Sunday late afternoon slate of may not be the most enjoyable for you. However, if you're looking for some competitive games with solid betting value, then you're going to love the schedule for the 4:00 p.m. ET window!
An appealing slate of games is on tap for Week 9, with the opportunity to exploit vulnerable lines. BetAmerica handicapper James Scully expects to keep things rolling after three consecutive winning weeks.
The NFL Trade deadline came and went without much action. However, that does not mean that it was a quiet day or a dead season of trading. There were rumors swirling all over the league about some possible major deals. Rumors surrounded players like Le'Veon Bell, Jamal Adams, Chris Harris and Patrick Peterson yesterday. Mohammad Sanu, Jalen Ramsey, and Emmanuel Sanders are just some of the names already traded during this season. The updated Super Bowl odds are available and we need to check out who you should be looking at now that the dust has settled.
The Cowboys and Giants resume one of the greatest rivalries in the NFL on Monday night when the two teams meet at MetLife Stadium. Dallas has historically owned this matchup, posting a 67-46-2 record since 1960, and come in as heavy favorites over the sputtering Giants, who have lost four straight and rank a distant 28th in total defense. We have odds and analysis for that NFC East grudge match as well as all of the biggest Week 9 trends and storylines from around the National Football League.
We have almost reached the midway point of the NFL season, and we have a couple of big matchups in store for Week 8’s afternoon slate of games. The Carolina Panthers will look to keep pace in the NFC South as they make a trip to unbeaten San Francisco, while the Raiders will look to move above .500 as they visit a Texans team who just fell out of first place in the AFC South. In the third game of the group, the Cleveland Browns will look to end a two-game skid as they face the dominant New England Patriots in Foxborough.
Week 8 may feature a number of potential mismatches and some questions about starting quarterbacks, but that doesn't mean money can't be made.