Article posted on Monday 14 January
No one should be surprised at who remains in the NFL playoff picture — the Chiefs, Patriots, Rams, and Saints. All four have been bookmarked for the conference championship for months. Still, there's no telling who'll punch their tickets to the Super Bowl. Here's the betting picks to make ahead of this weekend!
And then there were eight! Only the cream of the crop remain in the NFL playoff picture and we're set for a stacked divisional round. Which teams will punch their tickets to the conference championship? Find out here, along with other betting picks!
The long NFL schedule has dwindled down to 12 teams and 11 games to determine the next Super Bowl champion. We have your betting preview of the wild card round right here. These are the bets to make before Saturday and Sunday's do-or-die matchups!
By now, you know the real contenders to raise a Vince Lombardi trophy at seasons end are the Chiefs, Patriots, Rams, and Saints. So which one will it be? Save your money and put down futures money on these two teams only. Find out here!
The NFL season has dwindled down to four more weeks! A handful of teams are still vying for playoff positioning, while others are looking ahead to the NFL Draft and who to hire as their next head coach — we're looking at you, Packers! Here's our three favorite betting picks ahead of Week 14!
Can you believe the 2018 NFL regular season has already reached week 13? With two-thirds of the season down, the NFL playoff race is starting to turn red hot. These are the three best bets to make ahead of a pivotal week 13!
Week 1 of the NFL is usually the most unpredictable of the entire season. Those surprises will surely go down in week 2 now that we have a better idea of each team. With more stability, there's three games — New England at New Orleans, Chicago at Tampa, Miami at San Diego — that deserve your betting attention. We examine all three games in-depth and offer our best-value betting picks between spreads and over/unders.
Two of the premier quarterbacks in the NFL will square off in Super Bowl 51. Four-time QB Tom Brady may be looking to ride off into the sunset with a fifth crown with the New England Patriots, while Matt Ryan is seeking his first Super Bowl ring with the Atlanta Falcons.
After winning three of their last four games, the Atlanta Falcons hope to keep rolling when they play host to the Kansas City Chiefs — winners of six of their last seven. Meanwhile, can the Giants, who have won five straight, steal a victory in Pittsburgh?
The Buffalo Bills — losers of four straight games — have been successful in the past against the Cincinnati Bengals, but can they continue that streak at Paul Brown Stadium? Meanwhile, the Dallas Cowboys are seeking a ninth straight victory when they host the Baltimore Ravens.