Immediately after a team is eliminated from the playoffs it is time for the front office to think about what went wrong and how to fix it in the offseason. Here are Scott Shapiro's thoughts on what the four teams that lost in the Wild Card round will attempt to do to make a run at the Super Bowl next year.
The first round of the 2019 playoffs kicked off in electrifying fashion, with two overtime nail-biters, three road team victories, and the possible end to a dynasty. Here are four takeaways from Wild Card weekend as we look ahead to the Divisional round on Saturday.
The NFL playoffs kick off Saturday, when defending the champion New England Patriots host the sixth-seeded Tennessee Titans and the Buffalo Bills hit the road to take on the Houston Texans. To add to the excitement of Wild Card weekend, here are five prop bets to consider.
The Sunday portion of the Wild Card round features a pair of NFC tussles, after what is hopefully a duo of thrilling AFC playoff games to start the 2020 NFL action.
Who will advance (and cover) this weekend in the NFC Wild Card games? BetAmerica analyst James Scully has you covered!
The Chiefs moved from +600 odds to +375 to win the Super Bowl, but are they worth betting at that price?
In perhaps the most bewildering result of the 2019 season, the Patriots were handed a 27-24 defeat in Foxborough courtesy of the Miami Dolphins, who finished the campaign 5-11. That knocked New England’s record down to 12-4, but more importantly, allowed the Chiefs to sneak into the playoffs as a two-seed and secure a first-round bye after their Week 17 defeat of the Chargers.
With the NFL postseason set to kick off January 4, let’s break down which teams are mostly likely to square off in the Super Bowl and the best bet for BetAmerica's Name the Finalist prop.
This week's featured NFL games include Cardinals-Seahawks, Packers-Vikings, Cowboys-Eagles, Lions-Broncos, Saints-Titans and Bears-Chiefs.
It was a record-breaking week in the NFL. From Drew Brees' 541st passing touchdown to Lamar Jackson's 1,103 rushing yards on the season, here are the top five takeaways from Week 15 of the regular season.