Article posted on Sunday 04 February
Article posted on Thursday 29 March
With free agency in full swing and a large amount of trades, AFC, NFC and Super Bowl futures are updating to reflect the biggest changes from the offseason thus far. A few teams made some serious acquisitions and are gearing up for a Super Bowl run in 2018. Others, are declining due to attrition and may concede their place among the best teams in the National Football.
Super Bowl LII is finally here, starting on Sunday at 6:30 PM EST. With the game comes hundreds of different wagering options. After previewing just about every aspect of the game now is the time to make the final prediction on the outcome. Expect a defensive battle and one of the lowest scoring Super Bowls of the last 30 years. There is even a good chance a defensive player takes home MVP honours on Sunday night.
Article posted on Thursday 01 February
Every year the top online sportsbooks for Canadians offer a lengthy list of players to wager on for the Super Bowl MVP award. For this year’s Super Bowl, Sports Interaction is serving up excellent odds on over three dozen players. While each team’s quarterback is the best wager to make on Super Bowl LII's MVP, there are a handful of other players who could just be spectacular enough to win the award.
One of the most popular wagering options on the Super Bowl is the point spread. The New England Patriots opened as the biggest Super Bowl favourite in nine years. Since early lines started to pop-up on January 21, the line has shifted, and now the Eagles are listed as a 4.5 point underdog on most sites. While many expect the Patriots to win, only one of the Patriots five Super Bowl victories came by more than four points.
The Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots clash in Super Bowl LII, Sunday, February 4, at 6:30 PM EST. Expectations are high for the game, with each team coming off impressive wins in their Conference Championship games. The Patriots are the favourites, but Nick Foles and the Eagles offence showed enough gusto in their victory over Minnesota, that they may have the right mix of players to pull off the upset.
Few events bring people together like the Super Bowl does every year. From the most die-hard football fans to people who barely enjoy the sport, the Super Bowl is the one day a year they come together to watch the NFL. One of the hardest decisions is deciding where to watch the game. Here are some of the best places to watch Super Bowl LII and some exciting Super Bowl props bets to go along with it.
The most prominent sporting event of the year, Super Bowl LII, is quickly approaching. With the Super Bowl, every year comes a large assortment of wagering options. Of course, wagering on the game on an unreliable or unsecure online sportsbook is an easy way to ruin the game. These sportsbooks offer the best odds and services for Canadians who want to wager on any Super Bowl LII related.
Article posted on Thursday 25 January
The 2018 NFL Pro Bowl is set for Sunday at 3:00 PM EST in sunny Orlando, Florida. This game marks the second year in a row where the NFL returned to the traditional AFC vs. NFC Pro Bowl format. The AFC won 20-13 last year, in the lowest-scoring Pro Bowl in two decades. This year’s game should be much more exciting, as each team is full of explosive talent on both sides of the ball.
Article posted on Thursday 18 January
Two of the NFC’s long-suffering franchises have a shot at making the Super Bowl on Sunday. The Philadelphia Eagles enter the game as the underdog, despite being the higher seed and the home team. After seeing the Minnesota Vikings win on Sunday, the Vikings feel like a team of destiny. However, the Eagles defence is one of the best in the NFL and will fight to send the Eagles to their first Super Bowl since 2005.
Article posted on Thursday 18 January
The AFC Championship game, scheduled for 3:05 PM EST, features a familiar face and a relative newcomer in 2018. The New England Patriots enter their seventh straight AFC Championship game, hosting the Jacksonville Jaguars who make only their third AFC Championship appearance in franchise history and their first since 1999. Tom Brady and the Pats are heavy favourites over the Jaguars, who surprised many this year by simply making the postseason.