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If you're looking for games between some of the NFL’s best teams, then the Sunday late afternoon slate of may not be the most enjoyable for you. However, if you're looking for some competitive games with solid betting value, then you're going to love the schedule for the 4:00 p.m. ET window!
The Patriots will put their undefeated record on the line at M&T Bank Stadium against the Ravens on Sunday night. Baltimore is coming off a bye but they may be getting too much credit from oddsmakers in this spot.
Join BetAmerica Extra columnist Zack Rhodes as he fearlessly slices and dices all 32 teams and ranks them in order according to their Week 8 performance and Week 9 outlook.
An appealing slate of games is on tap for Week 9, with the opportunity to exploit vulnerable lines. BetAmerica handicapper James Scully expects to keep things rolling after three consecutive winning weeks.
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.
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Scott Shapiro turns his powers of prognostication toward Thursday night's slate between the undefeated San Francisco 49ers and Kliff Kingsbury’s Arizona Cardinals. Find out who he likes in this NFC West showdown.
The Cowboys and Giants resume one of the greatest rivalries in the NFL on Monday night when the two teams meet at MetLife Stadium. Dallas has historically owned this matchup, posting a 67-46-2 record since 1960, and come in as heavy favorites over the sputtering Giants, who have lost four straight and rank a distant 28th in total defense. We have odds and analysis for that NFC East grudge match as well as all of the biggest Week 9 trends and storylines from around the National Football League.
Don’t look now, but the Big Ten is making some noise. While other teams like Notre Dame and Auburn were eliminated this past weekend, the Big Ten has four teams that could make the College Football Playoffs. Let's take a look at some of the other lessons we learned during Week 9.