The final weekend of the NFL regular season will be quite an intriguing one. Even though all but a few playoff spots are clinched, there is still a ton of movement possible for seeding. Join us as we break down three of Sunday's best games.
With two weeks remaining in the NFL's regular season, playoff berths and playoff positioning are on the line.
Every week we sit down with BetAmerica Extra columnists Ashley Anderson, James Scully and Scott Shapiro to discuss the latest news from around the NFL. This week they weigh in on Lamar Jackson's MVP campaign, the state of the Giants and the next NFL team to relocate.
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.
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.
With Thanksgiving just around the corner, let’s reflect on the biggest turkeys of the year, including an unlucky kicker, polarizing NFL figures, a historical fail in the postseason and one master tennis troll.
The late afternoon NFL games this weekend feature four teams in the midst of the playoff race looking to solidify their position heading into the final third of the season, including the top team in each conference. San Francisco looks to rebound as they host Arizona, while New England, fresh off their bye week, looks to get back to form as they travel to Philadelphia.
BetAmerica handicaps the chances of the three favorites to earn the most rushing yards in the NFL this season, plus a dark-horse candidate.