It seems Rodgers could beat the Bears in his sleep, and a majority of bettors had that figured out when they woke up Sunday morning. The Green Bay Packers were a hot ticket with the public.
Columnist backs New Orleans on the road despite the running of DeMarco Murray of the Cowboys.
Second chances in life are sometimes squandered. Notre Dame offered Everett Golson another shot, a chance to make good and reclaim the starting quarterback job he lost, and it’s paying off.
Wagering on NFL games means living and dying with some coin-flip decisions, and the Denver Broncos and their backers literally lost one Sunday.
A politician swept up in a scandal holds a news conference similar to the one Roger Goodell staged Friday. The NFL commissioner apologized for mistakes, promised changes and, of course, dodged the most important questions.
With controversies off the field and officiating fiascos on it, the NFL is in desperate need of a change of topic. So, this is an opportune time for Peyton Manning to be the top story.
One week after blowing a lead at Atlanta, the Saints played the spoiler role for the betting public by blowing a lead at Cleveland.
It was perfect timing. Chip Kelly, an innovator and magician at the college level, picked the right time and place to see if his offensive wizardry would work in the NFL.
If it’s a beauty pageant, and style points definitely matter in college football, UCLA is on the ugly side looking in, and Brett Hundley is far from the best-looking quarterback in the country.
The opening Sunday of NFL season was an unpredictable one for bettors and sportsbooks alike.