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Bengals Clawing for a Playoff Win

Cincinnati Bengals 2016 OddsWith the Hall of Fame Game kicking off on Sunday, August 7th NFL betting fans can finally say goodbye to football-less Sundays. While Donald Trump may not be happy about the return of football, it’s safe to say that the rest of the US is celebrating. With the start of the regular season being so close there are numerous questions arising, like, will the Cincinnati Bengals be able to win their first playoff game in 25 years? Marvin Lewis has been the head coach for Cincinnati since 2003 and while his arrival wasn’t followed by immediate success staying with the coach has proven to pay off.

Don’t Cry the Blues for St. Louis

St. Louis Blues upcoming season betting If you bet on NHL Stanley Cup Conference Finals and picked the St. Louis over the San Jose Sharks then you’re still probably crying the blues. After posting a record of 49 wins 24 losses and 9 draws the Blues made it all the way to Western Conference Finals. With nail-biting wins over the Blackhawks and Stars in two 7 game series the Blues lost in 6 games to San Jose. Heading into next season the sportsbook odds favor the St. Louis Blues above many of the other clubs within the NHL. Those odds aren’t the only thing St. Louis fans should be excited about, but before we continue let’s see what the sportsbooks have to say for your bet on NHL futures.

DeAngelo Williams on Brady’s suspension: “I don’t care”

DeAngelo WilliamsPittsburgh Steelers running back DeAngelo Williams agrees with most football betting experts in that the Steelers will not be affected by New England Patriots QB Tom Brady’s four-game suspension – and neither will be the Patriots, for that matter. The Pats remain the odds-on favorites of people who bet on NFL to win the AFC East division, the AFC championship, and the Super Bowl 51. The Steelers, on the other hand, are the favorite to win the AFC North Division; second favorite to win the AFC title; and are certainly in the conversation regarding the next NFL champion.

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