NFL’s biggest betting mismatches: Week 17 – 12-27-2012.
We hope that you took Seattle when Vegas had them at 80 to 1 to win the Super Bowl this season as that has already been posted by several books more than once. Take a look at the current offer as well as the season long journey the hottest team in the NFL is on.
The final week of the NFL regular season will feature a handful of games with massive playoff implications. The AFC playoff teams are set; only the seeding is yet to be determined. The NFC is still a wild scene with five teams wrestling for the final wild-card spot. Read more from our friends over at …
Schools that play their bowl games close to home have notched impressive wins in the 2012 Bowl Season thus far. Will that matter today for Central Michigan as they play in Detroit? Read more from our friends at Vegas Insider
Nobody thought this was going to be easy. And yesterday the judge overseeing the decision to legalize sports betting in New Jersey agreed that they could sue the state of New Jersey over the sports betting legalization attempts by Gov Christy. Read more http://online.wsj.com/article/APaeb7411080f946d6a016f23698f63206.html#
For those of us who thought our cash was safe in these massive survival pools, we might have another thing coming. The IRS paid a visit to a big pool in Missouri today and ceased all the funds. It will be interesting to see how this one turns out. Read more here.. http://linemakers.sportingnews.com/nfl/2012-12-20/federal-government-shuts-down-nfl-survivor-pool-irs-seizes-money
Its just another day in New York when fans boo you, but things are really bad when the lid blows off social media and someone tweets a death threat. This could really be the last straw for Sanchez. Read more from NFL.com http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap1000000113561/article/mark-sanchez-death-threats-catch-nfls-attention
A nice recap from theScore.com about all that transpired yesterday including the wild nightcap in Foxboro. Read it here: 100 Yards and Running | Blogs | theScore.com.
Expect the unexpected should be the new theme of the NFL as we near toward the end of each season. Who knew the Giants would collapse and the Cowboys would still be alive for a chance to get to the postseason. Any way you slice it, with the Redskins torching of the Browns yesterday, they …