Oh, be very afraid, AFC Conference. People who bet on NFL and who have stuck with the New England Patriots, on the other hand, should be very proud of their allegiance. The Pats shut out Brock Osweiler and the Houston Texans 27-0 last night at Gillette Stadium. At this point we would add, “and they did it without Tom Brady.” Let’s redact that; they did it without Tom Brady’s backup Jimmy Garoppolo. They did it with the backup’s backup. Life sure does imitate art, because this is pretty much the plot of Any Given Sunday.
The New York Giants finished 3rd in the NFC East last season, but that isn’t stopping them from coming in as NFL betting favorites to take the division in 2016. The East is notorious for being up for grabs and last year the Washington Redskins were the ones to come away with it. Some fans might think the Redskins have a good chance of winning the division this season, but in the last 11 years no team has won the East consecutively. After seeing the way Washington performed against Pittsburgh, it doesn’t seem like they’re going to snap the streak. The Giants, on the other hand, started the season on a significantly higher note by beating a divisional rival.
Professional football is so close that fans are beginning to dream of a successful NFL betting season. But there’s no reason why those dreams shouldn’t become a reality. With a small amount of luck and a large amount of preparation making the right predictions can be stress-free. There are plenty of betting lines to choose from and one of particular interest is the prediction for the NFC West. The Cardinals came away with the division last year and a brief look at the division’s history will reveal that their likely to come away with it in 2016. The Seattle Seahawks won the division in 2013 and followed that season by winning the West again in 2014, but they were just following suit.
One of the best aspects of the NCAA is that it gives us so many different games that fans can tune in at any time of the day and check in on their college football betting action. One matchup that will be taking place late Saturday night is the contest between the BYU Cougars and the Arizona Wildcats. The game will be played at a neutral site but the Wildcats are likely to have the advantage. The University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale Arizona will be hosting the ballgame and fans looking to tune in can do so at 10:30 pm ET.
UFC betting fans are used to fighters drop outing of a bout for various reasons. While the majority of the time the cancellations are related to injuries sustained while training, other times players have to serve a suspension for banned substances. Jon Jones recently made headlines for receiving a suspension, though he is adamant that he hasn’t taken any substances. Recently UFC has made it their priority to increase the number of tests given in order to combat what they perceive as a drug problem. Brock Lesnar was also making headlines for his return to UFC, but it appears that his return will be short lived as he also failed several tests. Ironically Lesnar also tested positive for the same substance that got Jon Jones his suspension.