Over history, and over the past decade, the New York Giants and New Orleans Saints have traded victories. The pattern suggests it’s the Giants’ turn to win. But is it?
It’s a clash of two of the last three quarterbacks to be chosen first overall in the NFL Draft, as Kyler Murray (2019) and the 2-0 Arizona Cardinals travel to Jacksonville to face Trevor Lawrence (2021) and the 0-2 Jaguars.
This week, the Lions get a short week to prepare for a Baltimore Ravens team coming off a win over the AFC champion Kansas City Chiefs. But does that make the Lions a bad bet?
Alberta has become the latest Canadian province to go online with single-sports betting through the province’s own PlayAlberta.ca website.
The Denver Broncos and the Jacksonville Jaguars had contrasting results in Week 1. They meet in Week 2 with the Broncos opening as significant favorites.
The Tennessee Titans look to bounce back from their Week 1 pummeling by the Arizona Cardinals when they take on the Seattle Seahawks in Week 2.
Among all the Canadian organizations that welcomed the arrival of the legalization of single-sports betting, none was more excited than the Canadian Football League.
As these two 2020 division winners clash in Week 1 of the 2021 NFL season, there's plenty for NFL bettors to sink their teeth into.
Both the San Francisco 49ers and Detroit Lions endured difficult 2020 seasons but for entirely different reasons. How should bettors approach their Week 1 meeting.
With single-sports betting set to launch in Canada on Aug. 27, let's take a look at the current state of play across Canada's provinces.
In landmark news for the Canada sports betting market, Canadians will finally be granted the opportunity to wager on single sports from Aug. 27.
Canadian digital media and sports betting company theScore has been acquired by Penn National Gaming in a deal worth about $2 billion in cash and stock.
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