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 Tom Brady's future, the league's most valuable player, and which Bosa brother is better.
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.
Join BetAmerica Extra columnist Zack Rhodes as he fearlessly slices and dices all 32 teams and ranks them in order according to their Week 7 performance and Week 8 outlook.
It turns out the 49ers are actually pretty good at football. San Francisco improved its record to 6-0 on Sunday by shutting out the Redskins in a game that looked like it was being played at SeaWorld. Kyle Shanahan's squad will have a chance to prove its prefect record isn't a fluke this week when the Niners host the Panthers at Levi's Stadium. We have odds and analysis for that matchup as well as all of the biggest Week 8 trends and storylines from around the National Football League.
Can Louisville keep it close or even spring a shocking upset, or will Clemson roll for the second straight week?
As the dust settles from last week’s Red River Showdown, the Big 12 resumes play with two important matchups featuring the conference's headliner teams.
We hope you bought your tickets last week, because the Big Ten Express rolled to another perfect 5-0 week. We'll look to keep the momentum going with a slate of games highlighted by Michigan’s trip to Happy Valley.
South Carolina shook up the college football world last week with its defeat of Georgia at Sanford Stadium as 21-point underdogs. What’s even more impressive? The Gamecocks did it after starting quarterback Ryan Hilinski left the game in third quarter with a knee injury. Can they strike gold again this Saturday against No. 9 Florida?
Ohio State has been one of the best teams in the country and has absolutely laid waste to every team it has faced. The Buckeyes are eyeing another Big Ten championship and much more.
Quarterback Joe Burrow already had perhaps the game of the year, when he led LSU to victory on the road against Texas in Week 2, but Saturday’s matchup against Florida further cemented the incredible season he is having.