This weekend’s late afternoon slate gives us a rematch of last season’s AFC Championship game, and a matchup between the second and third favorites to win the AFC this season per BetAmerica’s futures. New England (+160 to win the conference) will host Kansas City (+550) on Sunday afternoon in a game that will see one of the greatest quarterbacks in NFL history face off against one of one of the league’s future faces.
We are at the quarter pole in the 2019 National Football League season, and as they turn for home, it is Lamar Jackson and the Ravens who are the current favorites (+250 on BetAmerica) to hoist the Vince Lombardi Trophy.
A pair of NFC heavyweights will butt heads on Sunday afternoon when the San Francisco 49ers head into the heart of Louisiana take on the New Orleans Saints. Both teams have identical 10-2 records, but the momentum belongs to the Saints, who have won three straight and looked sharp in avenging an earlier season loss to Atlanta on Thanksgiving. We have odds and analysis for their eagerly anticipated grudge match well as the biggest Week 14 trends and storylines from around the National Football League.
With just five weeks left in the NFL season, teams are beginning to fight for the final playoff spots. Most of the teams in the late afternoon slate on Sunday are either playing for pride or fighting to keep their slim hopes alive. The Chiefs and Raiders are the only matchup with real playoff implications, but it is also the only game in the time slot that is expected to be decided by more than a field goal. We break down the 4:00 p.m. Eastern games and give you a free pick to run with for each matchup.
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.
One of the NFL’s hottest teams is the Baltimore Ravens, winners of six straight games. As a result, oddsmakers have had to lower the Ravens’ Super Bowl odds from +1800 on November 1 to +560 as of November 19. We investigate whether they're worth a wager at their new price.
We’ve got a huge AFC West showdown on Monday Night Football. The Chiefs have Patrick Mahomes back, but they’ve got work to do sitting at fifth in the conference standings. Meanwhile, this is a dirt nap game for the Chargers. They’re currently 11th in the conference and a divisional loss here would all but end their postseason hopes.
We are just past the halfway point of the NFL season, and the passing-yardage title is up for grabs. Fewer than 400 yards separate the top 12 passing leaders. This means there is plenty of value to go around on the most passing yards prop.
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.
Join BetAmerica Extra columnist Zack Rhodes as he fearlessly slices and dices all 32 teams and ranks them in order according to their Week 9 performance and Week 10 outlook.