This time Tim looks at some big odds targets for the Super Bowl in Arizona, no Bills or Buccs tap-ins here. And a nod to someone to maybe pay attention to for '24
As we're now closer to the start of the season then the end of the previous one it's time to get the content train rolling starting with a look at some longshots in the MVP Market.
I take my first look at the upcoming season. Delving a little into numbers, there's a few tables in here which could be of some use if you're into that kind of thing. It's good news for Giants fans, not so good for the Chiefs.
Much later than expected but it's been a busy week and I've only just got around to this. Player props and a few game props I like for the night.
The final game of the 21/22 season is here and as the Cincinnati Bengals take on the Los Angeles Rams for the Lombardi trophy. It should be a hell of a game with two closely-matched teams. Will the Bengals #RuleItAll or will #RamsHouse prove themselves the best this year?
The NFC Championship game sees an NFC West clash between the 49ers and the Rams. The 49ers have beaten the Rams in the last 6 games between these two, can they do it when it counts, or will the Rams overcome the curse and make it a home Super Bowl?
The AFC Championship game is here with the 150/1 shot Bengals taking on the team who opened as favourites for the whole thing. Can Burrow lead the Bengals to another remarkable win or will the Chiefs make it to yet another Super Bowl?
Featured image: The great @BengalsCaptain on twitter, he's nothing at all to do with this blog, but as probably the most noticeable and recognisable fans it felt right Not quite the excitement we were hoping for from Wildcard weekend as all went pretty much as expected with just the 49ers winning as Underdogs, and even... Continue Reading →
After a crazy ending to the regular season last week, the Wildcard weekend is here! The Bengals look to break a 31 year curse hosting the Raiders while the AFC East provide the other Saturday match with the Pats and Bills playing for the third time this season
The first-ever Week 18 regular season is here and it's not quite the thriller the league would have wanted. The NFC seeding comes down to 49ers or Saints for the 6/7th seed. A 49ers win gets them in, the Saints need a win a 49ers loss. That would leave Packers, Cowboys, Bucs, Rams/Cardinals (Rams get... Continue Reading →