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.
Both Ohio State and Georgia look primed for a spot in the College Football Playoff. But which team is actually better?
The favorites hit back last week, but do not count out those underdogs just yet! This week we are going to start barking Friday night and bite on Saturday.
Scott Shapiro has his Six Pack of NFL selections ready for Week 6. He carries a strong 22-15 record ATS into a solid week of action.
The most significant regular-season game in the Big 12, Oklahoma vs. Texas, could be a preview of the Big 12 Championship Game in December. Week 7 also offers the opportunity to fade teams with limited offenses.
Weekday football gives you a chance to watch and wager on games that might otherwise get lost on a full Saturday slate. Want to get to know the teams? Ashley Anderson has you covered.
Now that every team in the league has played at least four games, we have reached the the quarter point of the NFL season. There have been some surprises and some upsets but also some expected results. There is still a long way to go, but if the season were to suddenly get called off today, here is who would win each end-of-season award.
Can the Giants, with a number of injuries on offense and deficiencies on defense, hang with the heavily favored Patriots in Foxborough on Thursday night?
What did we learn from an intriguing set of games during Week 5 of the NFL season? BetAmerica analyst Ashley Anderson has you covered.
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.