Immediately after a team is eliminated from the playoffs, it’s time for the front office to think about what went wrong and how to fix it in the offseason. So what should the Green Bay Packers and Tennessee Titans do to make a run at the Super Bowl next season?
The NFL conference championships played out as expected. Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs overwhelmed the sixth-seeded Tennessee Titans, and the San Francisco 49ers handed the Green Bay Packers another lopsided defeat. Here are four takeaways from championship weekend as we await Super Bowl LIV on Feb. 2 in Miami.
The Tennessee Titans will travel to Kansas City, and the Green Bay Packers will return to San Francisco for Sunday’s conference championship games. Both home teams are favored by at least a touchdown, and favorites covered in three of the four Divisional Round games last weekend.
These two AFC squads will face off for the second time this season, after a high-scoring thriller in Nashville on Nov. 10, when both teams struggled to stop the opposing offense's strength. The team that can reverse course Sunday is likely to earn a berth to Super Bowl LIV.
Is it getting hot in here or is it just our takes? BetAmerica columnists Ashley Anderson, Jeremy Balan, Ryan Murphy and Thomas Tassone share their sizzling picks for this weekend’s sports action. Handle with caution!
If you think you can predict both the champion and runner-up of Super Bowl LIV, BetAmerica is offering an exact-outcome prop on the matchup.
The Super Bowl is not only the most watched television broadcast in the U.S. It’s also the largest betting event in America. To get you ready for the NFL championship Feb. 2 in Miami, here is everything you need to know about betting on football, particularly on Super Bowl Sunday.
Sparks will fly on Sunday when the upstart Tennessee Titans take on the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium in the AFC Championship Game.
Every NFL Sunday there are players who capture and break hearts across America. BetAmerica’s weekly Heroes and Villains feature highlights the players who made and lost money for NFL bettors.
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 the future of new Cleveland Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski and the Tennessee Titans' surprisingly long Super Bowl odds.