With two weeks remaining in the NFL's regular season, playoff berths and playoff positioning are on the line.
Let’s assume every NFL franchise made Santa’s “nice” list—even Cleveland. With the holidays edging closer, here is what each NFL team should ask for this Christmas.
BetAmerica analyst Scott Shapiro takes a deep dive on Patriots-Bengals, Bears-Packers, Jaguars-Raiders, Rams-Cowboys and more.
Thanksgiving week dished out plenty of surprises in the NFL, particularly in the NFC. Here are five takeaways from Week 13 and a glimpse at the postseason, after Seattle shook up the playoff picture Monday night.
The bye weeks are over, so even with a trio of games on Thanksgiving there are plenty of options to choose from on the Week 13 Sunday slate. Here are the six games Scott Shapiro likes most.
It’s a very bare late-afternoon slate this weekend in the NFL, but both games are important. The Jaguars and Titans square off in a divisional matchup that will likely see the loser eliminated from the playoff hunt. Meanwhile, the Cowboys and Patriots face off in what both fanbases hope might be a Super Bowl preview. We are here to give you some insight and help you with a couple of free picks!
Tom Brady may not be a fan of New England's offense, but there's still plenty to like about the Patriots, who are now 9-1 following a decisive 17-10 victory over the Eagles. Bill Belichick's crew will have a chance to work out the kinks on Sunday when they take on the suddenly resurgent Dallas Cowboys in a matchup of division leaders.
Week 10 was arguably the most entertaining and captivating slate of games from an enjoyable 2019 NFL season. We got a bit of everything—upsets, nail biters and an overtime thriller between two of the best teams in the NFC to close the week. Hopefully the excitement will continue this weekend.
More than half of the league has reached the midway point in their 2019 NFL season and we have learned a lot. The Patriots and Saints are once again among the elites, Kyle Shanahan is a really good football coach, Aaron Rodgers is back as a legitimate MVP candidate and the Bears wish they did not trade up to get Mitchell Trubisky in the 2017 draft. Hopefully the second half of the campaign is as entertaining as the first half.
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.