It’s a big weekend in the NFL, as some teams look to make sure they don’t start 0-3, and others look to move to 3-0. More importantly, many teams will debut signal callers that they did not start the season with—some because of injury, and some because it’s time for the baton to be passed. In fact, four of the five games in the late afternoon will feature a quarterback making his first start of the season.
Pittsburgh and New Orleans each had offensive questions even before they lost their franchise quarterbacks to injury, and with backups taking over in Week 3, both have as much chance at success as the Jets did last week.
Every NFL Sunday there are players who capture and break hearts across America. BetAmerica's weekly Heroes and Villains feature will highlight the players who made and lost money for NFL bettors. Let's take a look at Week 2.
You're not alone if you went to Google today and typed in "who is the Steelers' backup quarterback?" The question has been on the minds of football fans from coast to coast ever since Ben Roethlisberger exited Pittsburgh's game against the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday afternoon with a non-contact injury.
Mitchell Trubisky and the Bears came out flat against the Packers during Week 1. Can they right the ship this Sunday against the Broncos? We examine that matchup as well as Kansas City vs. Oakland and New Orleans vs. Los Angeles.
Week 2 of the NFL season features an exciting NFC North rivalry showdown, a potential bounce-back game for the Pittsburgh Steelers, and the NFC Championship Game rematch we have all been waiting for.
The NFL is back and so are our weekly power rankings! Join BetAmerica Extra columnist Zack Rhodes as he slices and dices all 32 teams and ranks them in order according to their Week 1 performance and Week 2 outlook.
Week 2 is the perfect opportunity to take advantage of Week 1 overreactions. Here are our top five plays going against those knee jerks.
The Saints were a +900 favorite in the last week of the preseason but moved up to +850 Monday before their Week 1 performance bumped them just a bit to +800.
Football fans are in for a treat on Monday night with a Week 1 doubleheader to finish off the opening week of action in the National Football League. Scott Shapiro digs into the odds and offers his thoughts on Texans vs. Saints and Broncos vs. Raiders.