The NFL season season is well under 100 days away, so we are getting closer to all 32 teams battling for a championship.
While there are some teams who you could rule out fairly easily, there are plenty more to have a chance to win Super Bowl LV next February in Tampa Bay.
Here are the latest odds to win the Super Bowl, along with a closer look at some teams who could be decent bets.
The Green Bay Packers can look back and be proud of their successful 2019 campaign. Led by first year head coach Matt LaFleur, the Packers finished with 13 wins and a division title, advancing to the conference championship before losing to the 49ers. Green Bay is now hoping to do even better in 2020, winning yet another division title and potentially advancing to the Super Bowl for just the second time under QB Aaron Rodgers.
According to Vegas odds-makers, Green Bay’s over/under win total is set at 9. We’ll look closely into the moves the team made this offseason, as well as how their schedule in the fall looks, before giving our official pick.
Thanksgiving is known for celebration, of family gathering together and appreciating what they have. Thanksgiving is also a very, very busy day for those who are into sports betting. And one can easily imagine it: after a sumptuous meal, half the family goes to the living room to watch football.
Thanksgiving typically launches one of the busiest times of the year, and gambling industry news sites will be showing highlights and recaps and how much people have won for the month. For a bookie, this is a great time to earn a lot of money. A great Price Per Head sportsbook will help bookies stay on top of all the lines and their players.
After the sudden retirement of QB Andrew Luck, the Indianapolis Colts struggles to get going last season and ended up with a 7-9 record. Now with Philip Rivers under center, the Colts are aiming to return to the postseason and maybe even win their first division title since 2014.
According to the latest odds, Indianapolis is set at an over/under win total of 8.5 games. We’ll take a look at how their offseason has unfolded, as well as their schedule in the fall, before determining whether the over or under makes the most sense.
When talking about sports betting, we always look at a lot of things before picking our wagers, or even setting our lines. As a bookie, having a bookie PPH will help you take care of the logistics of putting up a sportsbook. This will leave you more time to actually study not just the intricacies of betting, but learning about sports leagues as well.
One of the biggest things to look out for in sports betting would be the players on each of the teams. In some sports, they won’t really matter unless they are extremely skilled. But in some sports, a player can make or break a win in a game. Case in point, the NFL. Having a great defensive player in your team will definitely put you in as favorites in the season.
It will surely be a different feeling around the Patriots going into the fall. With longtime quarterback Tom Brady gone, it’s a new era in New England, with Jarrett Stidham now tasked with leading them team behind center. However, they still have the bulk of their defensive core in place from last year, which was among the best in football, as well as head coach Bill Belichick.
Saturday, the Pittsburgh Steelers are on their way to Cleveland for the season opener, but Le’Veon Bell was not there. It is not totally unheard of, but very uncommon for a contract dispute to extend to the season, but Bell, running back for the Steelers, was a no-show for the Steeler’s week 1 game where they go against the Browns. Nonetheless, Week 1 is going to be a very exciting week for those who bet on sports, as seen by the number of wagers placed in priceperplayer.com.
This probably was not easy for Bell, since missing out on this will be costing him a whopping $855,000 payday. Without Bell, James Conner, a second year running back will be starting in the backfield. The Steelers also have Stevan Ridley and Jaylen Samuels as standby ground-gainers.
It would have been Bell’s second straight year for playing in the franchise tag for the Steelers. This is reportedly worth $14.45 million. However, Bell, an All-Pro running back still does not want to sign the deal. The deadline for Bell to sign and submit the contract was supposedly on Labor Day, but the holiday passed and the Steelers still don’t have Bell’s signature.