This Sunday November 11th, the CFL playoffs kickoff. The Ottawa Redblacks and Calgary Stampeders have earned 1st round byes while this weekend the BC Lions will face the Hamilton Ticats and the Saskatchewan Roughriders will play the Winnipeg Blue Bombers to see who advances to the conference finals.
NFL 2014 Playoff Betting Recap and Super Bowl XLIX Futures Prices
2014 NFL Playoffs: Mixed results earns modest profit
Prior to Wild Card Weekend action, we opened our NFL postseason predictions with a winner as we called for Denver to represent the AFC in Super Bowl XLVIII. Undeterred by an Eagles loss to New Orleans in Round 1 action, we rolled to a 3-1 record in the Divisional playoffs (Denver didn’t cover the line) and a perfect 2-0 mark on Championship Sunday. Somewhat blinded by the Broncos high powered offense, and dismissing the 5-1 Super Bowl record of the six previous Best Defense vs Best Offense contests, cost us a better result but we’ll bank the profit. Though Super Bowl Sunday resulted in 3-7 mark, the final tally for our 2014 NFL postseason predictions comes in at plus 27.49 units. Onward and upward to the NHL, NBA, and in 54 days – MLB action.
Bodog Sportsbook Super Bowl XLIX Online Futures Betting Prices
Throughout the 2013 NFL regular season, and as we crept closer to the eventual Slaughter in the Swamp, we were soaring with the Seahawks. However, figuring the young Hawks needed another year prior to delivering the Vince Lombardi Trophy to Seattle for the first time, we backed off the bandwagon. It’s a mistake that we have duly noted and one we won’t make in the future. Speaking of the future, here are the Super Bowl XLIX futures betting prices posted at Bodog – Canada’s online betting playground. See you in the Desert in 2015!
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The Wildcard games have concluded and the 4 Divisional matchups are set. Red Sox, Yankees will have the most marquee appeal but all series are intriguing and this postseason lineup of baseball looks as good as any that can be recalled in recent memory.