Any calendar day that offers NFL betting action is a good day but our overall favorite is Conference Championship Sunday! That’s not a knock against the Super Bowl as it ranks a razor thin second in our eyes. It’s just that the finality of the AFC and NFC title games is like two Super Bowls rolled into one afternoon. Being as online sportsbooks post a ton of live game lines, as well as an abundance of team and player prop options, Championship Sunday is a Christmas Day “do over” for sports bettors in Canada and around the world.
AFC Championship: Familiar foes gear up to rock the Rockies
Forget about the fact that the State of Colorado has made pot smoking legal – we are on a purely natural Rocky Mountain high as Tom Brady and the New England Patriots are set to clash with Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos in the 2014 AFC Championship game. These two teams were the top favorites to play in the Super Bowl out of the AFC back in the preseason as Denver had a +240 futures line while New England was posted with a +350 money line price. The Broncos, with current +6 (-105) odds at sportsInteraction.com, are still the top chalk.
NFC Championship: Bitter rivals are set for the Showdown in Seattle
We get an equally impressive and exciting showdown in the NFC Championship tilt as Seattle hosts NFC West rival San Francisco at CenturyLink Field in the second half of NFL Championship Sunday action. This is the third meeting between these teams this season as the Seahawks won the first contest 29-3 in Week 2 while the 49ers set up this rubber-match with a 19-17 Week 15 victory. Strap in tight as this will be a hard-nosed, smash mouth, in your face style game from start to finish. SportsInteraction bookmakers have the Hawks as -3 (-125) home chalk. Collect a Welcome Bonus Reward and get in on the NFL action at SportsInteraction No matter the sport or the season, Sportsinteraction is a top ranked choice for online handicappers in Canada and across the globe. Check out the game day lines, parlay options, teaser bets, along with futures odds and the prop options – posted daily at this sports and entertainment betting leader. Open a personal wagering account at SIA in seconds, make an initial deposit, and boost your bankroll with a valuable sign up bonus to get in on the action!
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Air Canada was getting a bargain for Toronto Maple Leafs arena naming rights all along. Scotiabank and Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment agreed to a record-breaking, 20-year deal to rename the Air Canada Centre. Starting July 1st, 2018, the ACC will be known as Scotiabank Arena. The third largest bank in Canada will pay $800 million for the privilege, raising the bar for naming rights across North America.
Handicappers who convince themselves - and anyone else who will listen - that the Kentucky Derby is just another race probably haven't cashed too many tickets on the first Saturday in May. The truth is people should bet the Derby differently because of just how unlike any other race it is.
Instead of trying to figure out which backup National Football League players are better than others, while betting on NFL preseason action, we turn to fight for first in Canadian Football League. Looking like the cream of the CFL crop, Calgary is in British Columbia and the Stampeders lead the Lions by a half game in the West Division. Meeting for the third time this season, these rivals hit the gridiron at 10:00 PM ET on August 19, 2016, at BC Place in Vancouver.
The 50th edition of the greatest sporting spectacle on Earth, Super Bowl 2016, is almost here and NFL fans around the globe are tingling with excitement. Legendary quarterback Payton Manning leads the 14-4 Denver Broncos into battle against the 17-1 Carolina Panthers, who have a star quarterback of their own in Cam Newton. Super Bowl 50 kicks off at 18:30 ET on Sunday, February 7, at Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara, in the Golden State of California.