This week's results were two of the most heavily bet-on games in Week 5 of the NFL and both went the public’s way.
I’m not going to get too excited about going 5-3 in Week 4 but it’s time to move on to Week 5 and try to keep the momentum going.
Former NFL player Reche Caldwell could face up to 20 years in prison after pleading guilty to drug charges in Tampa.
Now we move to Week 5 where only two teams—Miami Dolphins and Oakland Raiders—are on bye to get themselves reacquainted to American soil.
Sportsbooks dodged a bullet in NFL Week 4, narrowly coming out of the winning side despite seeing the favorites covering 7 of the 11 games.
Roger Goodell, who appears to have lied about not having seen Ray Rice's video punching his wife is on the hot seat as NFL commissioner.
Taking full advantage of NFL season is vital for any business operating in the North American sports betting market, including affiliates.
It’s full steam ahead for this captain, beginning, of course, with my Week 4 predictions.
Week 4 is the first week of the season that won’t have a full plate of games. Yes, fellas! The bye weeks have arrived!
After two crushing defeats in the first two weeks of the NFL season, bettors finally came out on the winning side in Week 3 of the NFL.