You've been waiting all spring and summer to bet football. With Week 1 of the NFL preseason officially kicking off Thursday, you now have a multitude of betting opportunities to win big on football all weekend long! To help you earn even more in the preseason, BetAmerica is offering Super Odds on a few key games Thursday and Saturday. Read below to preview each matchup and find out which team to back based on Super Odds! New York Jets to [...]
Heading into 2019 Georgia looks every bit as loaded as it has been the last couple years. While there have been some key departures, head coach Kirby Smart has managed to stockpile more elite talent in Athens.
Following the first full week of the NFL preseason, we're left with plenty to break down—the good, the bad and the downright awful. Let's take a look at the AFC and the most glaring weakness on each team in the conference.
The Jets finished 2018 with a disastrous 4-12 record and a 5-10-1 record against the spread. It will be a huge disappointment if things don't trend upward in 2019.
It wouldn't be New York if there wasn't exceptional scrutiny and discussion around the state of the Giants. Coming into 2019 there is plenty to talk about on the heels of a 5-11 season (8-7-1 against the spread).
After a dominant title run last season, will it be "Another Clemson Championship" this year in the ACC and the College Football Playoff?
The first week of the NFL preseason was far from a crystal ball into the future of the 2019 season, but it still left plenty to evaluate. From rookie quarterback play to offensive firepower and one exciting touchdown return, here are five key takeaways from Week 1 of the preseason.
The combination of Baker Mayfield and Odell Beckham Jr. has sparked immediate playoff hype for the Browns, though there’s still much to be proven by the franchise that’s all too familiar with the short end of the stick.
Can the Bears follow up their breakout 2018 season with another step forward in 2019 and get a playoff win?
The San Francisco 49ers will be in the running for most improved team in 2019 thanks to the return of franchise quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo and an improved defense headlined by Kwon Alexander, Dee Ford and Nick Bosa.