Week 11 commences with an AFC North clash between the surging Pittsburgh Steelers and the disappointing Cleveland Browns. Both teams head into the weekday affair off tightly contested home victories Sunday afternoon.
It’s past the midway point of the NFL season, and the playoff picture is starting to come a bit more into focus. This weekend sees some key matchups as some teams try to reverse their early season misfortunes, while others look to solidify their positioning in the playoff race. The late afternoon slate sees only three games this weekend, and we are here to break them down for you, with a free pick for each game.
The highlight of Week 10 is a matchup between surging teams with playoff aspirations, when the Los Angeles Rams travel to meet the Pittsburgh Steelers, and the action concludes with an important Monday-night battle between NFC West titans.
Week 10 of the NFL season features plenty of quality matchups and BetAmerica analyst Scott Shapiro is ready to take a run at them.
More than half of the league has reached the midway point in their 2019 NFL season and we have learned a lot. The Patriots and Saints are once again among the elites, Kyle Shanahan is a really good football coach, Aaron Rodgers is back as a legitimate MVP candidate and the Bears wish they did not trade up to get Mitchell Trubisky in the 2017 draft. Hopefully the second half of the campaign is as entertaining as the first half.
The Dolphins’ funeral march to a winless season and the top pick in the 2020 NFL Draft continues at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh on Monday night. Sure, we could have had a spicier entrée, but I’m not crying over spilled milk because 1) it’s football and 2) there’s coin to be made. Let’s check these two teams out ahead of their clash.
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.
The season is still young, but there have been some big moves in the odds to win the Super Bowl. Now is the time to determine if some of these recent movers are real contenders or just early season pretenders.
Week 6 of the NFL schedule was full of surprises. Here are the five lessons we learned after watching film and crunching data.
It turns out Kirk Cousins isn’t the weakest link after all. The Vikings QB responded to criticism on Sunday by throwing for 333 yards and four TDs in Minnesota’s 38-20 trashing of Philadelphia. “Captain Kirk” will have a chance to prove that his latest outing wasn’t a fluke this coming weekend when the Vikings travel to Ford Field to take on Matthew Stafford and the Lions.