We’ve poured over the countless prop bets that will be a part of Sunday’s festivities, ranging from the National Anthem all the way down to the game’s final outcome.
They have some ground to make up, but the Indians have two of the best starters in baseball.
LeBron has won the award four times in his 12-year career.
Less than a week before all is right with the world and the NFL kicks off, the odds makers at Bovada have the Browns at 5 to 1 to win the AFC North. The Browns have the worst odds of any team in the division with Bengals (+180), Steelers (+210), and Ravens (+225) bunched towards
The online gambling site Bodog has released their player-specific proposition bets for the 2011 NFL season. About this same time last season, we discussed those for the Cleveland Browns’ 2010 slate, one that had Jake Delhomme leading the way (pegged for 2.500 yards) and Colt McCoy not seeing many snaps (0.5 games started). Jerome Harrison
“I think I might.” All it took was the above statement made by one Jon Gruden coupled with a one-win Browns team to get the rumor mill swirling. Since his departure from the NFL coaching ranks, many have speculated that Gruden would ultimately return to the sidelines after a few years off. Alas, with each
Online sports book extraordinaire Bodog.com unveiled their latest batch of odds that range from which teams are most favored to win the Super Bowl all the way down to how many games Browns third-string quarterback Colt McCoy will start for 2010. And if we can get past the 100/1 odds of a Vince Lombardi trophy landing in
While We’re Waiting serves as the early morning gathering of WFNY-esque information for your viewing pleasure. Have something you think we should see? Send it to our tips email at firstname.lastname@example.org [Shakes fist] Washington!!! “The Washington Wizards may have lost a few battles against the Cleveland Cavaliers, but they most certainly won the war. Think
Of all of the NFL coaches that are considered to be on the “hot seat,” BetUS lists Eric Mangini as the most likely to be relieved of his duties before the 2010 season at 3-2 odds, or a 40 percent chance. In an interview with Bloomberg.com, BetUS spokesman Reed Richards had the following: “With the