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.
The Miami Dolphins made the wrong kind of history on Sunday afternoon when they became the first team since the 1973 New Orleans Saints to be outscored by 92 points in their first two games of the season. It’s an eye-popping total, and has led many to wonder if we may be witnessing the worst team in the history of the National Football League. Before we rush to anoint the Fins the worst of the worst, let’s examine five other historically awful cellar dwellers whose feeble feats live on in infamy.
The second week of action gets rolling with an NFC South contest between teams that got their campaigns started with a home loss. However, one squad played well in defeat, while the other was sloppy and unimpressive.
BetAmerica Extra columnist Zack Rhodes takes a remorseful look back at Week 1 and reflects on the five underperforming NFL teams that left him in a dark place, murmuring under his breath and mumbling to himself.
This week our plays focus upon a couple expected playoff teams in favorable spots, a pair of home teams against West Coast opponents and a defensive stalwart looking to regain lost luster.
Friday's preseason NFL action is highlighted by two "dress rehearsal games," and starters on all four teams should see significant playing time, unlike other weeks of the preseason.
Week 2 of the NFL preseason is back in action Thursday, but before you sit down to watch the latest batch of games, let's review Week 1's performances, with a look at the biggest weakness on each NFC team.
Florida bragging rights will be on the line on Friday night, when the Miami Dolphins take on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in NFL preseason Week 2 action. We have odds and a pick for that game, as well as every game on Friday night's schedule.
The 2019 NFL regular season props board has a buffet of markets to feast on, but with the Oakland Raiders featured on Hard Knocks, it's hard not to focus on them. We examine whether Antonio Brown can maintain his numbers in Oakland and predict who will lead the league in receiving yards and receiving touchdowns in 2019.
It's is a perfect time to bet on football, as the bettor often has as much advantage as the sportsbook when it comes to predicting preseason play.