Online Gambling Odds on Week #2 in Arena Football

Online gambling odds on Week #2 of the Arena Football League kick off on Friday with three games including a nationally televised game on the NFL Network between the Cleveland Gladiators and the Chicago Rush.

The Rush are solid favorites in that game at Internet gambling companies.

Online gambling odds on Friday also include a matchup in Alabama as the Vipers host the Jacksonville Sharks and game in Utah between the Blaze and Spokane Shock.  Saturday’s two games have Dallas at Tulsa and Orlando at Bossier-Shreveport.

Chicago is considered the top team in Arena Football League online gambling after the first week of the season. They routed Iowa 61-43 in Week #1.  The latest Arena Football poll has Chicago first followed by the Milwaukee Iron in second.  Tulsa was at number three followed by Dallas and Arizona. The rest of the poll featured Orlando at #6 while Jacksonville and Tampa Bay were tied at #7.  Milwaukee, Arizona and Tampa Bay are off this week while the other five teams are in action.

The first week in the Arena League had Chicago routing Iowa by a score of 61-43, Milwaukee dominating Spokane by a score of 74-62, Bossier-Shreveport getting past Alabama 54-48, Arizona defeating Cleveland by a score of 61-56, Tulsa outscoring Tampa Bay 69-58 and Jacksonville stomping Oklahoma City 54-38.

As you consider Arena Football odds at Internet gambling companies you want to keep up to date on the each team in the league.  Even though it is still Arena Football, it is a new league with a lot of new teams and that means keeping up to date with all of the changes with the new teams.  Things are definitely different this time around in the Arena Football League.  For example, next week when Arizona hosts Chicago, every ticket for the game will be free. It is the first time in pro sports history that a team is giving away every single ticket to a regular season game. "The Rattlers and our sponsors understand that times are tough for just about everyone," said team president Danny White. "We wanted to do something special for the people of Arizona without asking for anything in return."  Even those who have already purchased a ticket or who are season ticket holders will get a free ticket since they will receive credit for a future game.