NFL Football highlights sports betting action for Sunday …

It’s shocking how quickly the NFL season has come to Week 12, and with only 5 weeks to play, the season is abruptly reaching the critical stage for teams to make strong moves for the playoffs, or fall back into obscurity and hope for high draft picks in the year to come. For this Sunday, sports fans will certainly want to take part in as many wagers as you can get your hands on, as before you know it, the season will have dried up, and only a few remaining playoff games will be on tap at the top online sports betting sites going forward. Without further adieu, we’ll get into the NFL action at the sportsbook (read the review of, and get a hold of a piece of the action in every game available, just to make Sunday afternoon that much more interesting. Starting off the day of NFL greatness, check out a potential playoff match-up in the making as Aaron Rodgers and his Green Bay Packers travel to Atlanta to meet Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons, from the Georgia Superdome. Matt Ryan remains an impressive 18-19 at home to start his career, and if he wins he’ll become one of only two quarterbacks to win 19 of their first 20 home starts, a most impressive feat. If he is to do it today, he’ll have to overcome a tough Green Bay team, and although beat up with injuries, helmed by Aaron Rodgers anything is possible. With the Atlanta Falcons sitting on 4 wins in a row, I’ll go with Green Bay to be the ones to knock them off the pedestal, and with the first wager at Betus sportsbook, Green Bay gets the nod taking the points spread.

Looking to further games in the NFL today worth wagering on, I’ll continue to ride the hot hand of Phillip Rivers and the San Diego Chargers, who once again look like their set to run the table down the home stretch into the playoffs. Suffering tons of injuries of their own, it seems as if no one can stop Rivers from making plays, regardless of who is on the receiving end of his passes. On the road at Indianapolis, expect a close game with Peyton Manning on the other end, but with San Diego having a better ground game and a much more well-rounded defense, I like San Diego’s odds to win today to move to 6-5 after starting 2-5. In another worthy pick, I’ll have to go against the struggling Titans, who put out Rusty Smith at quarterback, due to injuries to both Vince Young and Kerry Collins. With Tennessee likely limited to few passing options, the Houston Texans and their league worst passing defense will get a break and can focus on the run defense against Chris Johnson, which could very well be the difference in the game. Look for Arian Foster to be the offense on the ground for Houston, and at home look for the Texans to sneak out a win today in this match-up. For the tougher picks on the day, it’s a quick offense versus a quick defense as Philadelphia travels to Chicago, and likely a tough call for sports betting here this afternoon. However, with Chicago’s poor offensive line and Jay Cutler’s bad decision making hampering the offense, I have to side with the Eagles to make less mistakes, and capitalize on a road victory today. Lastly, look for the Washington Redskins to get a tough match-up as the Vikings start anew under new head coach Leslie Frazier, and as the Cowboys before them, I like the lowly Vikes with nothing to lose to win against one of the worst defensive units in the league.

With more wagers on tap throughout the NBA and NHL, look to 8 basketball contests to provide further sports betting options, including a good game between the Los Angeles Lakers and the improving Indiana Pacers, the Denver Nuggets looking to continue their strong play at home hosting Phoenix, and the San Antonio Spurs to get back to winning ways on the road as they host the well-balanced attack of New Orleans. I’ll still contend that the Spurs could be the only 60 game winners this season, as their combination of talent and veteran leadership (not to mention one of the best coaches in the game in Greg Popovich) consistently leads them to victory on any given night, home or away. Moving to the NHL for the 3 games slated, a nice little parlay seems in order, and the home teams will get the call as Detroit hosts Columbus, Atlanta continues their red-hot play at home against Boston, and the Washington Capitals may simply have too much offense for the incoming Carolina Hurricanes to contend with. Find even more wagers on the day at Betus sportsbook as a couple of English Premier League matches take place, as well as another slew of NCAA Basketball, which continues on every day in exciting fashion. Look to to be a great place to wager and learn about upcoming match-ups on a daily basis, and if you haven’t wagered with this top online sports betting site, Sunday is one great day to give it a go!

Aaron G.