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The NFL Season Begins Amidst a Pandemic

nflopenThe NFL has done it. Months of a private off-season and trainings with a host of protocols to follow during a pandemic has paid off. The NFL began its season right on schedule- September 10. The Kansas City Chiefs hosted the Houston Texans, and a limited number of fans were able to witness a truly unique football season. Sports bettors were also able to finally see football action, as there was no preseason this year. Many who want to earn from sports betting, specifically football, can be an online bookie and work from the safe confines of their homes.

Many bookie pay per head reviews are pointing people to the right sports betting platforms that are readily available to be used. And given that the NFL is doing everything it can to ensure smooth sailing throughout the season, there are a lot of opportunities to earn big on what could be an unpredictable season.

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NFL Players Question the NFL Safety Plan for Season

football 671224 640Most, if not all, of the professional sports leagues already have protocols in place for their respective seasons during a pandemic. The NBA and NHL will be doing a lock-in in a sports complex to minimize risk from travelling. The MLB restructured its divisions and will be reducing the number of games. Meanwhile, the NFL, who has a clean break as they are starting the season from the beginning, may not be as ready as everyone believes. And just days before training camps return, NFL players question the NFL safety plan proposed.

The NFL teams had a meeting and were able to get updates on the protocols that the NFL plans to implement for the coming season. The league has an agreement in place with the NFLPA regarding health and safety protocols. They aim to be able to hold a full regular season. Many sports-related businesses, including the best sportsbook pay per head, are also preparing for a complete season for America’s top sports league.

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Sportsbook NFL News – Eagles vs Packers Result

Sportsbook NFL News – Eagles vs Packers ResultThe Philadelphia Eagles visited the Green Bay Packers and managed to upset the hosts. The Eagles vs Packers game was close right to the very end as the latter was trying to force overtime with just 28 seconds remaining.

NFL headlines reported the final score of the Eagles vs Packers game to be 34-27. The Eagles moved to 2-2, while the Packers got their first loss of the season. Green Bay now has a 3-1 record. It could have gone into overtime but the Eagles tipped the pass to Marquez Valdes-Scantling in the Packers’ final play of the game.

Philadelphia outlasted Green Bay’s first wave in the first quarter. In fact, quarterback Aaron Rodgers completed 100 percent of his passes for a total of 129 yards. As a result, they went up 7-0, according to pay per head sportsbook reports.

Here are some takeaways we got from the exciting football game.

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NFL Win Totals Betting Pick: New Orleans Saints

NFL Win Totals Betting Pick: New Orleans SaintsThree years in a row the New Orleans Saints have entered the off-season with a sense of frustration and a question of What-If? First it was the Minneapolis Miracle that ended their season, then it was the uncalled DPI that saw a rule change, and finally this past January an overtime touchdown from Kirk Cousins to Kyle Rudolph with the home team never touching the ball in the extra period.

           

The good news is that the offensive firepower is still intact so the window, while closing, remains open for this Super Bowl contender. Drew Brees, Michael Thomas, and Alvin Kamara when healthy form quite the three-headed monster for head coach Sean Payton. Last year the offense finished ninth in total yards, seventh in passing yards and had the least amount of turnovers (8) in the NFL.

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JazzSports Rewards $50 Free Play to Qualifying Bettors due to Luck's Early Retirement

Jazzsports give $50 reward luck retirementFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

August 28, 2019

JAZZ Sports Headquarters

San Jose, Costa Rica - In view of the recent news pertaining to the early retirement of NFL star and Indianapolis quarterback Andrew Luck, JAZZ Sports has announced the special grant of a $50 Free Play reward to all those players with submitted wagers on the aforementioned, in the MVP Odds category.

JAZZ Sports deeply laments the untimely end of Luck’s flourishing career, but it also wishes to reassure its customers of its commitment to the best business practices, by voiding all previously-entered bets on the Colts’ leading man.

Lastly, JAZZ would like to invite any affected players to contact their customer service hotline (at 855-910-3888) in order to request their special benefit

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NFL Win Totals Betting Pick: Los Angeles Chargers

NFL Win Totals Betting Pick: Los Angeles ChargersAs we continue our look at every NFL team’s over/under win total, the Los Angeles Chargers are the next team up. L.A. struggled to a 5-11 record last season, finishing last in the AFC West. However, this season is the first since 2003 in which quarterback Philip Rivers isn’t on the roster, signaling a fresh start for the franchise.

According to odds-makers, the Chargers’ over-under for wins is set at 7.5. We’ll take a look at how this offseason has gone for L.A., as well as what’s ahead on their schedule, in order to see what the best bet will be.

Offseason Summary

There will be plenty of new faces playing at Los Angeles’ brand new SoFi Stadium. Among them is CB Chris Harris Jr., who signed a two-year deal with the Chargers after nine seasons with the division-rival Broncos.

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NFL Commissioner wants a New Collective Bargaining Agreement

NFL Commissioner wants a New Collective Bargaining AgreementAccording to rumor, the NFL has been looking for a new Collective Bargaining Agreement by the start of the football season. However, the rumor is now over as football betting news websites said that Commissioner Roger Goodell just made it official. Thus, NFL Commissioner wants a New Collective Bargaining Agreement as soon as possible.

According to an interview on CNBC, Goodell said that “Our intent is to make sure we have a Collective Bargaining Agreement, we’ve been in it for eight years”. It’s worked very well, mainly for our fans but also for our players and our clubs, and so we have the structure of a system that works quite well.”

In addition, he said that “We’re continuing that dialogue, there are obviously changes we all want on both sides, and I think those are things that’ll improve us and try to make the Collective Bargaining [Agreement] continue to be successful for all the parties, and I hope we’ll do that.”

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