Brady, Belichick & Patriots' Last Super Bowl Win? Don't Bet on It (Odds Included)

For the second time in the last three NFL seasons (and the sixth time overall), the New England Patriots, led by head coach Bill Belichick and quarterback Tom Brady, have won the Super Bowl, and since many football fans are wondering whether this will be the last time ever or if next season (and beyond) it could happen all over again, we explore some answers.

Top 10 Craziest Prop Bets on Super Bowl LIII

Real football gamblers know there’s a whole lot more to bet on than who the winner and loser will be when it comes to the Super Bowl, and we investigate the Top-Ten craziest prop bets that are available this year for the Big Game in Atlanta on Sunday.

Super Bowl LIII Place Kickers: Who's Better, Stephen Gostkowski or Greg Zuerlein?

Yet another fascinating matchup brought to you by Super Bowl LIII is between the place kickers, so we’ve taken a much closer look at the New England Patriots’ Stephen Gostkowski and the Los Angeles Rams Greg Zuerlein in order to see exactly which field goal kicker in this year’s Big Game has the edge.

Super Bowl LIII: 5 Top Matchups to Watch

During Super Bowl LIII between the New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams, some critical one-on-one matchups will occur whose outcome will directly affect who ends up winning the Lombardi trophy and who goes home ring-less, and here we look at five of them and explain why they’ll be interesting for football fans to watch.

Super Bowl: Comparing Tom ‘Old Patriot’ Brady to Jared ‘Young Ram’ Goff

Of course, it’s not exactly fair to compare an eighteen-year NFL veteran like Tom Brady with a third-year player like Jared Goff, but they’re both in the Super Bowl battling for the same NFL Championship ring and Lombardi trophy, so here’s a look at the two quarterbacks side-by-side, two men who share a surprising amount of similarities despite a vast difference in experience and accolades.

3 NFL Teams Who Made It to the Super Bowl 3 Straight Years

Only three times in the history of the NFL has a team made an appearance in the Super Bowl three seasons in a row, and here we take a closer look at each of the times it’s happened, first for the Miami Dolphins in the 70’s, then for the Buffalo Bills in the 90’s, and right now for the New England Patriots.

Are the Wrong Two Teams Playing in Super Bowl LIII?

Thanks to a blatant no-call by NFL referees and the recent rule changes to how overtime is played, football fans are screaming, “Unfair!” wondering if the two teams who made it to Super Bowl LIII, the New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams, deserve to be there or if the teams they just defeated, the Kansas City Chiefs and the New Orleans Saints, deserve the honor instead.

Super Bowl LIII Odds and Predictions: New England Patriots vs. Los Angeles Rams

This Super Bowl LIII matchup features a rare battle of the two-seeds, with veteran quarterback Tom Brady and his New England Patriots facing third-year quarterback Jared Goff and his Los Angeles Rams in a rematch of Super Bowl XXXVI seventeen years in the making, all happening at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, GA on Sunday, February 3 at 5:30 pm, broadcasted on CBS.

5 Reasons to Watch the NFL Pro Bowl 2019 and One Reason to Not

The 2019 Pro Bowl takes place at Camping World Stadium in Orlando on Jan. 27 at 3 p.m., and because some football fans struggle to find any good reason to watch this ‘pillow fight’ of professional football, we’ve compiled five good reasons to watch the 2019 Pro Bowl and even included one good reason not to tune in at all.

Did Refs’ Big No-Call Cost New Orleans Saints the Super Bowl?

Anyone who watched the 2018-19 NFC Conference Championship game between the Los Angeles Rams and the  New Orleans Saints knows about the flag the referees never threw during an obvious penalty in the final minutes of the game that cost the Saints a Super Bowl Appearance, and here’s how that big no-call has since rocked the football world.

NFL Head Coaches Likely to Be Fired in 2019

The 2018 NFL season was a career ender for eight head coaches, but there are still some remaining who are at risk of losing their jobs if their 2019 doesn’t go well and we list them here, along with those head coaches who are still too new to be fired (just yet), one who is too overpaid to be let go, and a few whose successful 2018 seasons might have just saved their career for at least one more season.

New England Patriots vs. Kansas City Chiefs: Odds and Predictions (NFL Playoffs Conference Championships)

This NFL Playoffs AFC Conference Championship matchup is a repeat of Week 6, only this time veteran quarterback Tom Brady and his second-seeded New England Patriots will travel west to icy Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, MO to face second-year quarterback Patrick Mahomes and his number-one-seeded Kansas City Chiefs, all happening on Sunday, January 20 at 5:40 pm, broadcasted on CBS.

Los Angeles Rams vs. New Orleans Saints: Odds and Predictions

This NFL Playoffs Conference Championships has Jared Goff, Todd Gurley and their second-seeded Los Angeles Rams traveling southeast to the unfriendly Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, LA where Drew Brees, Alvin Kamara and the number-one-seeded New Orleans Saints are unbeaten in the playoffs, all happening on Sunday, January 20 at 2:05 pm, broadcasted on FOX

The Least and Most Popular NFL Teams (According to Facebook)

If you’ve ever gone onto Facebook to check out the latest news and updates regarding your favorite NFL team, you’re not alone, but if you’ve ever wondered just how popular (or unpopular) your football franchise really is in that online community, we’ve figured out the rankings and it’s all right here.

Philadelphia Eagles vs New Orleans Saints: Predictions and Odds (NFL Playoffs Divisional Round)

This, the second NFC battle of the NFL Playoffs Divisional Round, has the sixth seed defending Super Bowl Champion Philadelphia Eagles, who are 9-7 (1-0) and led by backup quarterback Nick Foles, traveling south to the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, LA to face the number-one-seeded, NFC South winning New Orleans Saints, who are 13-3 and led by future Hall-of-Famer Drew Brees, all happening on Sunday, January 13 at 3:40 pm, broadcasted on FOX.

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