Becky Liggero, an American girl in London, reports on her experience at London's Wembley Stadium while watching an American NFL game.
This past weekend the NFL took its stellar product across the pond to London's famed Wembley Stadium where it was received with open arms.
Okay sportsbooks, let's get those odds up. You know Randy Moss won't stay on waivers forever, some team out there is already on the horn.
If they weren't done last week, then officially the Dallas Cowboys are done this week. It was and has been a complete circus from top to bottom.
From the opening day of NFL training camp Brett Favre has dominated the NFL headlines, it's good for sportsbooks and Favre props, bad for his team.
Bettors get fired up when the Cowboys are struggling. What does the future hold for this team? What offerings do you have on America's team?
Brett Favre stinks it up in Lambeau as the Packers down the Vikings. Broken, beaten, and under investigation, has Favre reached the end of the road?
Unhappy players heading towards a collective bargaining agreement is not a good thing. The last thing sportsbooks needs is a football strike.
Aside from betting...Isn't the stronger, faster and more bone crushing explosions what make the NFL a product in a league of its own?
Let's be honest, it wouldn't surprise anyone if Reid pulled yet another Philly flop and named Kolb the starter for the rest of the season.