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Super Bowl Props - Super Bowls And The Heisman: Plunkett vs. Theismann

For the benefit of those who will be playing the Super Bowl props or just the game itself, we'd like to present a tale of Super Bowls and the Heisman, considering that Joe Burrow of the Cincinnati Bengals has an opportunity to become the first quarterback to win a Heisman, a national collegiate championship and a Super Bowl crown.

In this instance, we're going to look back at the battle of Plunkett vs. Theismann. The Super Bowl is scheduled for Sunday at 6:30 PM ET at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, CA. The NFC champion Los Angeles Rams are posted as the four-point favorite in the Super Bowl odds over the Cincinnati Bengals, with the total on the game established at 48.5 points.

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AFC Playoff Odds & Preview - Chiefs Must Reverse Earlier Result to Get Past Bills

AFC Playoff Odds and Preview The Kansas City Chiefs did not look very much like a team headed to a third straight Super Bowl when they played the Buffalo Bills earlier in the season. But things have changed now; the Chiefs have "cleaned up" some of the aspects of their game, and they are two steps away from getting the opportunity to vindicate themselves for last year's loss to Tampa Bay.

The Bills and Chiefs were both very impressive last week, as the cream is clearly rising to the top. And now they encounter each other in the AFC Divisional Round of the playoffs, kicking off at 6 PM ET at Arrowhead Stadium.

In the AFC playoff odds posted on this game by the folks at BetAnySports, the Chiefs are the favorites:


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NFL Launches Responsible Gambling Campaign

responsible gambling campaignThe National Football League will spend $6.2 million to fund its responsible gambling campaign. The league wants fans to set betting limits and understand the risks of wagering in football games. Also, the NFL wants people to know where to ask for assistance if they suffer from a gambling problem.

It joins forces with the National Council on Problem Gambling to further develop the gathering's cross-country helpline. Also, the league wants to create new treatment programs and extend existing ones. One of the top gambling software features is to allow players to set limits. However, players don't use the feature.

A three-year exertion will remember for game informing, online media outreach, broadcast, print, and in-arena announcing. Some of it will target excessively youthful individuals to bet lawfully may feel enticed to do so, as per online gambling reviews.

Responsible Gambling Campaign

More than 45 million Americans say they intend to wager on NFL games this year, as per the American Gaming Association, the gambling club industry's public exchange bunch. That is an increment of 36 percent from a year ago.

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Pro Football Odds & Preview - Giants Seek Room To Move vs. Chargers

Pro Football Odds & Preview - Giants Seek Room To Move vs. Chargers The New York Giants have been trying to address their offensive problems all season. A couple of weeks ago they bid adieu to coordinator Jason Garrett and elevated Freddy Kitchens into play-calling duties. Nothing much has come of it, and as BetAnySports customers know, injuries are getting in the way.

Top Sportsbooks have starting quarterback Daniel Jones is out with a neck injury. And the Giants came dangerously close to having to start Jake Fromm, just off another team's practice squad and without any career pass attempts.

But backup Mike Glennon, who was in concussion protocol, has been cleared and is ready for action against the Los Angeles Chargers at SoFi Stadium, slated for a 4:05 PM ET start.

The Giants usually don't know on a week-to-week basis which receivers are going to be available. Well, here's the update - Kadarius Toney, with a quad injury, won't play.

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BetMGM Sportsbook to Open in Arizona Stadium

betmgm sportsbookThe Arizona Cardinals announced plans to become the first National Football League team to have a sportsbook in their stadium. The Cardinals will have a BetMGM sportsbook at the State Farm Stadium.

BetMGM partnered with the team and Gila River Hotels and Casinos to open the sportsbook. They want to open the sportsbook in time for the NFL season next year. Also, it would be beneficial for BetMGM because the Arizona Cardinals’ home stadium is the venue for the 2023 Super Bowl.

According to affiliate news reports, BetMGM likewise plans to open sports betting facilities at all Gila River Hotels and Casinos in Arizona. When the state legalized sports wagering and released the guidelines, it set up 20 retail and mobile sports wagering licenses. That included ten licenses for pro sports groups and their stadiums in the state.

BetMGM Sportsbook in Stadium

Arizona started accepting sports wagering permit applications toward the finish of July. Also, the application time ended recently. It would begin to awarding licenses on August 27. The state had initially declared September 9 as an arranged launch for sports wagering. Likewise, it was the first day of this year’s NFL season. However, they failed to deliver on the promise.

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Monday Night Football Prop Betting -- Sizing Up the Steelers-Bears Game with Prop Builder

Monday Night Football Prop Betting -- Sizing Up the Steelers-Bears Game with Prop BuilderWhen you get involved with the Prop Builder at BetAnySports, it opens up a whole new world of possibilities. It's available for all the NFL games, and if you want to do some heavy analysis, you can focus on a single contest, such as the one we have on Monday night between the Chicago Bears and Pittsburgh Steelers (8:15 PM ET at Heinz Field, televised by ESPN).

It is an intriguing game, because it matches up a quarterback with all the experience in the world (Ben Roethlisberger) against one with very little experience at all (Justin Fields).

Will this have a heavy influence on the individual performances, and thus our Monday Night Football props?

Let's explore a few of these

Justin Fields - Passing Yards

Over 187.5 Yards -114
Under 187.5 Yards -114

This one is kind of tricky, because even though the Bears are averaging a league-worst 4.4 yards per play and are 31st in offensive yards per drive (as per the analytics guys at Football Outsiders), we could be seeing a "funnel" effect here, in that the Steelers stack the box to stop the Bears' preferred ground game and force Fields to the air.

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Wild Card Weekend: Colts at Bills

billsnflIt’s the opening weekend for the NFL Playoffs, and sports news sites like Sports Interaction are focused on one thing: Wild Card Weekend. Wild Card weekend has 6 games for this round, and we’re bringing you the news on the first game of the weekend, the Colts at Bills. Number 7 Colts will play at Number 2 Bills this Saturday, at 1:05 PM Eastern. Let’s take a look at both teams and their chances for the first game of the round.

Many sportsbook pay per head bookies already have the lines set for this, with some having a spread for Buffalo at -6.5. As an overview, the Bills are in the playoffs 3 out of 4 recent years, after not getting into the playoffs for around 17 years. However, the team has not been able to win a single game in the playoffs since the 90’s. Buffalo, meanwhile is on a roll. They have been good at outscoring their opponents since week 12.

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