Normally this time of year, Fantasy Football fans are frustrated with how little NFL starters are playing in the preseason. With such a long offseason, the idea of football being back gets everyone hyped beyond belief. Unfortunately, after about 5 minutes into a traditional preseason game, we all remember just how much we want the real season to start. Meaningless games littered with false starts, miscues and worthless interviews on the sidelines gets old fast. However, with everything we’ve gone through this year, I would gladly tune in to watch some sloppy preseason football. You truly don’t realize how good something is until it’s gone. Scouting rookies was always fun along with making the odd small wager on a game to help make things more exciting. For those of you who are in a state that just made sports betting legal, and have plans to bet on the NFL season this year, I strongly recommend you check out a website that offers tips into finding the right sportsbook for you.
Glass Half Empty: Odds for Teams and League to Fail
I’m sharing these odds more out of disgust. I mean, of all the things to bet on, why in the world would you bet on a team to be canceled or the season to fail? It’s sad that a sportsbook would even offer these odds, and I’m not going to share which sportsbook I found them at. Nevertheless, I guess it’s somewhat interesting to see which team is considered high risk? I don’t know, humor me here, NFL news and content is hard to come by these days.
Team To Have A Home Gm Cancelled 20/21 Season
- Los Angeles Rams +600
- Los Angeles Chargers +600
- San Francisco 49ers +1000
- Miami Dolphins +1200
- Tampa Bay Buccanneers +1200
- Dallas Cowboys +1200
- Houston Texans +1500
- New York Giants +1600
- New York Jets +1600
- Atlanta Falcons +1600
- Buffalo Bills +1800
- Cleveland Browns +1800
- Arizona Cardinals +1800
- Any Other Team +600
- No Games Cancelled in 20/21 Season +700
- 20/21 Season Cancelled +400
Glass Half Full: The Steps NFL Teams are Taking Throughout This Pandemic
- The league’s chief medical officer Dr. Allen Sills has said that NFL players will be tested every day for the first two weeks of training camp and it is expected that players will need more than one negative test before first being allowed to enter the team facilities.
- At the two-week mark, the rate of positive tests for those tested — players, coaches, and staff who are in close contact with the football team — will be examined and if the rate of positive tests is below five percent, testing will move to every other day.
- NFL players caught not social-distancing face stiff fines -Link
- Opt-outs reach 67 players as Thursday deadline passes
Justin has been playing fantasy football since 2004, he plays in dozens of leagues in all formats and has a great understanding of what it takes to build a championship team. Justin also loves betting on games and is a life long Seahawks fan.