A rematch of last year’s AFC championship game highlights this week’s Pro Football Challenge as the Kansas City Chiefs face the Cincinnati Bengals.
Seattle Seahawks running back Kenneth Walker III leads a four-player race for top offensive rookie.
Seahawks running back Kenneth Walker III tops the odds boards 12 weeks into the season.
Indianapolis is favored by 2.5 points, and is 5-6 against the spread, including 1-4 as the favorite. Pittsburgh is 4-5-1 ATS.
A look at the betting trends reveals both teams are pretty even against the spread, with the Packers 4-7 and Eagles 5-5 ATS.
The Green Bay Packers and Philadelphia Eagles are scheduled to meet in NFL Week 12 action at Lincoln Financial Field on Sunday. This data-led betting analysis is based on 10K game simulations.
Maryland will have a full launch Wednesday, Nov. 23, which is the day before Thanksgiving.
Sports fans in Maryland looking for action with no real downside can get access to up to $200 in free bet credits via BetMGM.
The Los Angeles Chargers and San Francisco 49ers are scheduled to meet in the NFL at Levi's Stadium on Sunday. This data-driven betting preview is based on 10K game simulations.
Sam Anas scored the lone shootout goal, and goaltender Hunter Shepard stopped all three Penguin attempts to clinch the victory.
With the high school cross country season in the rear-view mirror, it’s time to hand out some awards.
Hall of Fame quarterback Troy Aikman addressed the Kenny Pickett conundrum at the opening of Monday night's broadcast, and he was never more accurate. "These are uncharted waters for Mike Tomlin," Aikman said. "And I think if they can get through this season, regardless of what the record is, and they can say Kenny Pickett is their starter and their franchise quarterback, then I believe it ...
When Ramin Rezaeian scored his first World Cup goal to seal Iran's victory over Wales last week — just the country's second tournament win in 24 years — it should have been a moment of pure joy.
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — Threatening to overshadow an intoxicating weekend in the NFL that began with a trio of Thanksgiving classics and included two successful do-or-die 2-point conversions was all the drama that happened off the field in Week 12.