After a loss on Thursday night to get the week started, and then a terrible call with Jacksonville in their game in London against the Texans, I was pleased to come away with a break-even Week 9. It could have been even better had Seahawks kicker Jason Myers made his 40-yard field goal instead of sending the game to overtime, but you take the good with the bad when predicting games in the NFL. Pigskin fans get a strong trio [...]
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.
If you're looking for games between some of the NFL’s best teams, then the Sunday late afternoon slate of may not be the most enjoyable for you. However, if you're looking for some competitive games with solid betting value, then you're going to love the schedule for the 4:00 p.m. ET window!
We have almost reached the midway point of the NFL season, and we have a couple of big matchups in store for Week 8’s afternoon slate of games. The Carolina Panthers will look to keep pace in the NFC South as they make a trip to unbeaten San Francisco, while the Raiders will look to move above .500 as they visit a Texans team who just fell out of first place in the AFC South. In the third game of the group, the Cleveland Browns will look to end a two-game skid as they face the dominant New England Patriots in Foxborough.
We'll play against the Eagles and Bears, and also against a sagging Broncos in a difficult road setting. Our last two weeks have been profitable, with a 7-3 ATS record.
There have been some absolutely gruesome injuries in the history of the NFL. Some were simply football plays, while a few of them were quite freak accidents. Join us as we rank the five worst injuries to happen during an NFL game. Sorry Jason Pierre-Paul, offseason fireworks accidents do not qualify.
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.
Join BetAmerica Extra columnist Zack Rhodes as he fearlessly slices and dices all 32 teams and ranks them in order according to their Week 6 performance and Week 7 outlook.
Now that every team in the league has played at least four games, we have reached the the quarter point of the NFL season. There have been some surprises and some upsets but also some expected results. There is still a long way to go, but if the season were to suddenly get called off today, here is who would win each end-of-season award.
It was the best NFL Sunday so far this season for a lot of sportsbooks, so there was plenty of remorse to go around for bettors. Public teams like the Chiefs, Rams, Patriots and Cowboys all failed to cover, and the Rams and Cowboys lost outright.