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NFL Receiving Yards 2022 Leader Odds

The NFL is all about passing these days, and wide receivers have been benefiting big time from the rules in today’s NFL. Wide receivers are easy to come by these days in terms of talent, but the quarterback needs to be good enough to get them the football, though. There are so many of them, and some teams have as many as three good wide receivers.


Cooper Kupp of the Los Angeles Rams led the NFL in receiving yards last season with 1,947 yards receiving, and he was not far from 2,000 yards receiving. There will be those that bet on the NFL receiving yards leader at an online casino, so, What are the odds, and who will be the favorites to be the receiving yards leader in the NFL this upcoming season?


Justin Jefferson and Cooper Kupp +800


Justin Jefferson of the Minnesota Vikings and Cooper Kupp of the Los Angeles Rams both have the best odds to win the receiving yards title this season. Jefferson is more likely to get it this time around than Kupp is. Justin Jefferson was second in the NFL in receiving yards last season with 1,616 yards receiving.


The Minnesota Vikings don’t have a deep receiving core behind Jefferson. Adam Theilen is a very good number two wide receiver, but they don’t have a bonafide number three. Kirk Cousins will be throwing passes to Justin Jefferson this season. 


As for Cooper Kupp on the Los Angeles Rams, some of his yardages might be taken away by Allen Robinson and Van Jefferson. The only thing for him going is that Matthew Stafford is his quarterback. 


Kupp is also one of the most reliable wide receivers in the NFL. He may have a lot of catches once again this season, but don’t count on him getting that much yardage again this season.


Travis Kelce and Ja’Marr Chase +1000


Travis Kelce, tight end of the Kansas City Chiefs, and Ja’Marr Chase, wide receiver of the Cincinnati Bengals, both have the second-best odds to be the NFL’s leading receiver in 2022. 


Kelce will be Patrick Mahomes’s number one target this season now that Tyreek Hill is no longer with the football team after being traded to the Miami Dolphins.


Travis Kelce will be by far the best offensive tight end statistically this season, but the question will be how many games does he get double teamed and how many games does he have boom or bust kind of performances in fantasy football? 


Kelce finished with 1,125 receiving yards last season, which was 14th in the NFL.


Ja’Marr Chase was fourth in the NFL in receiving yards as a rookie last season at 1,455 yards receiving. He is already one of the best wide receivers in the game. Chase’s size and body build, along with his physicality, is a nightmare for defensive backs. 


Ja’Marr Chase is a game-breaker and also had five touchdowns last season over 50 yards. The Ja’Marr Chase-Joe Burrow connection was on point last season as it was back in the LSU days. 


Despite going to the Super Bowl last season and falling short, the connection can even be better this season because they will have a much better offensive line.


Davante Adams +1200


Davante Adams of the Las Vegas Raiders has the third-best odds to win the 2022 NFL receiving leader. Adams is a wide receiver and is one of the best in the NFL. He finished with the third-most receiving yards last season, with 1,553 yards receiving with Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers.


Davante Adams will be catching passes this season from his old college football teammate at Fresno State, quarterback Derek Carr. Carr was one of the reasons why the Las Vegas Raiders made it to the playoffs last season, and he will make sure that Davante Adams gets the ball often this year.

What Channing Tindall brings to the Miami Dolphins

With the 102nd pick in the 2022 NFL Draft, the Miami Dolphins selected Georgia linebacker Channing Tindall.


The Miami Dolphins brought in Channing Tindall in a 30-visit. Overall, General Manager Chris Grier and the Dolphins brass were impressed with the Bulldog Product. 

Chris Grier cited his game speed, versatility, and character. 

“That character too, that part of him really stood out to me like, ‘Hey, this kid loves ball and wanted to be around his teammates and do anything he can to help them win.’ And it paid off. They won a national championship. We really enjoyed getting to know the kid. Specifically, the speed stands out on film on him.”

Chris Grier on Channing Tindall

Tindall on his pre-draft visit in Miami:

“I just really got in with the linebackers coaches. I talked to the whole staff and I felt like home, honestly, when I was there.”

New Miami Dolphins linebacker Channing Tindall

Scouting Report


Channing Tindall is a super fast and athletic linebacker that runs a 4.4 forty time.  He’s a sure fire tackler who always brings down the ball carrier

At 6-foot-2, Tindall may be a tad undersized but it does not show on film. The Georgia product is a hard hitter and flys by blockers blowing up run plays. Has surprising strength for his size. 

Channing Tindalls’ coverage skills are reminiscent of a big nickel, or strong safety in the slot position. He’s able to cover tight ends in press man and stick with faster running backs. 

In terms of Tindalls’ pass-rushing prowess, he has some natural pass rush moves. In high school, Tindall was an EDGE. He’s got fluid hips and nice lateral movement. 

He provides a good outside rush and is able to get around bigger offensive lineman with his blazing speed on the outside. Also, as a run defender, he takes good angles and pursues ball carriers. Very rarely do you see Channing Tindall out of position.


Tindall was never able to secure a starting spot in the linebacker core behind Quay Walker and Nakobe Dean. 

While the Bulldog alum did see increases in production numbers his senior year, he barely even logged over 600 snaps over four years at Georgia. 

In such a talented collegiate defense, Tindall was rarely focused on as a weakness and that might have not shown how he does when teams target him. 

Routinely, as an “undersized” player he was pushed around when teams ran at him. A majority of his successful plays were when he was a chaser than in a blockers face.

However with such little snaps, the reps Channing Tindall played in, he made the most of his opportunities. Tindall was third on the team in tackles. 


Projecting how new Miami Dolphins linebacker Channing Tindall will not be hard. 

Miami’s defensive philosophy asks their linebackers to play the run, rush the quarterback and occasionally be a spy in coverage. 

Channing Tindall has done all those things in his time at Georgia. 

“I think when you watch the film, it’s a very talented defense and how they use him – they use him as a spy, they use him to blitz, he covers backs. Just a lot of the ways that are kind of similar to how he will probably be used here in different schemes”

Chris Grier on how Channing Tindall was used in Georgia

Tindall is one of the fasted linebackers in this year’s class – he’s a player who covers like a safety and possesses serious tackling and hitting power.

It’s likely that Tindall will be used as an inside linebacker, but that’s not all he can do. Not only can he be a MIKE, he can also be on the outside as a SAM or WILL linebacker. 

“The way they use their linebackers is different. They use their linebackers everywhere, put them on the edge sometimes, put them on the line, they put them at Mike, Will. They are very versatile and I feel like I fit into it.”

Channing Tindall on the Dolphins Linebacker usage

It’s a solid selection to start of Mike McDaniels’ first ever draft as a head coach. Channing Tindall fills a need and brings more athletic talent and speed that the Miami Dolphins currently have and covet.


Hussam Patel is a Miami Dolphins contributor and Lead NFL Draft analyst at Five Reasons Sports Network, Director of Scouting at PhinManiacs and Editor at Dolphins ATB. Follow him on Twitter at @HussamPatel

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2022 NFL Draft Rumors

It’s the largest smokescreens NFL teams put out year after year. Many NFL Teams moves are a mystery as news is intentionally leaked out by the organizations themselves, truth or not.

The odds and news have changed dramatically over the last days as this years NFL Draft is truly the most unpredictable in years.

Here are some of the 2022 NFL Draft rumors and notes:

Deebo Samuel

League source confirms Deebo Samuel is not being traded at this time, which means a draft day move is unlikely for many teams hoping to get an electric player.

Top 10 news

Jacksonville Jaguars

Georgia EDGE rusher Travon Walker is garnering a lot of hype lately and the oddsmakers are betting on the Bulldog product to be taken first overall to the Jacksonville Jaguars.

I’ve had Aidan Hutchinson in several mock drafts to Jacksonville, but with rumors coming out, it may not be far fetched.

Schematically, it favors Walker than Hutchinson as Walker can play outside linebacker, standup EDGE and as an interior lineman. This help out K’Lavon Chaisson and Foye Olukun, compared to Hutchinson who is a hand in the dirt rusher.

Detroit Lions

A Malik Willis pairing in Detroit is all about the future. Willis can learn behind Goff as he needs the most development of any quarterback in this years 2022 NFL Draft class.

General Manager Brad Holmes is “looking” at the quarterback position and it might not be with the second overall pick.

It may come down to Aidan Hutchinson or Travon Walker to beef up the defensive trenches.

However, how much longer does Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers have left to play, the same may be said about Kirk Cousins.

The Chicago Bears still need some pieces and Justin Fields is still developing, drafting Willis may pay off in the future.

Houston Texans

Derek Stingley Jr. and the Texans have had connections for a while due to his former DB coach part of the Texans Coaching staff.

If Houston is all in on Davis Mills, building the trenches would be a better option with the third overall pick in the NFL Draft. In the latest mocks and with some news coming out, the Texans do have two offensive tackles in mind: Evan Neal and Ikem Ekonwu.

It’s a deep defensive class towards the backend of the draft, especially for defenders. The 2022 NFL Draft rumors have the trading back from the 13th overall pick.

New York Jets

I’ve heard that Robert Saleh is not a big Travon Walker fan. Also, Kyle Hamilton fourth overall would not fit with what the Jets defense is looking to build.

Ikem Ekonwu is a favorite of Jets General Manager Joe Douglas. Having another offensive lineman fortifies the the line for Zach Wilson and we may see shades of his BYU playing days.

Gang green will look to load up on offense by pairing Wilson arm with a big body wide receiver in the likes of Drake London. Jameson Williams is a possibility with the tenth overall selection.

Head Coach Robert Saleh may want to get better in the trenches on defense. If Kayvon Thibodeaux falls, it may be a tossup between him and Jermaine Johnson.

New York Giants

The 2022 NFL Draft rumor mill has it that the Giants may look to trade back a few spots to gain more value.

While General Manager Joe Schoen has hinted that the offensive line is a priority, they may forgo passing on a lineman for more pressing needs. An EDGE rusher, a deep class overall, is very much in play. Especially the top three in Thibodeaux, Walker, and Johnson.

If the Giants are comfortable at fifth and seventh overall Evan Neal and Charles Cross are targets. Big Blue has a big decision to make after the draft if they want to keep Daniel Jones for a fifth year, which does not seem likely.

Carolina Panthers

Carolina is a weird team this year. Considering the fact that they are heavily interested in a quarterback this year, Sam Darnold is still “the guy”.

They have the sixth pick and their next is in the fourth round. I highgly expect Carolina to select a quarterback with the physical tools of Matt Corral. Kenny Pickett seems like the logical choice– have Matt Rhule and co. made a logical decision recently?

Atlanta Falcons

Expect Terry Fontenet and the Falcons to after several EDGE rushers hard. I’ve heard Kayvon Thibodeaux is a favorite but Jermaine Johnsons skillset is very hard to pass up on.

Atlanta could be a dark horse for Malik Willis if he were to fall to the eighth pick, even if Kayvon Thibodeaux is on the board.

Seattle Seahawks

Seattle just seems so perfect for Ahmad “Sauce” Gardner.

They’ll have to re-build their defense and Sauce brings the moxie and physical play style Carroll wants in his defense.

However, recent draft history has shown that the Seahawks routinely trade back to garner more picks later on to fill needs. Offensive line is another deep position group in this years class.


Philadelphia Eagles

Philadelphia is on the market for cornerbacks and Trent McDuffie has been mocked routinely. The 2022 NFL Draft rumor mill has Kaiir Elam as the third or fourth corner picked, I would not be shocked if Kaiir Elam is picked up by the Eagles with their second first round pick.

The Eagles are also on the marke for an EDGE rusher, George Karlaftis has been a mainstay in several recent mock drafts. Although, another wide receiver for Jalen Hurts would not hurt, a potential trade up for Jameson Williams may be in play. Garrett Wilson could also be on the board.

Kyle Hamilton

Hamilton seems to be one of the most polarizing players in this draft cycle as he can do it all on the defensive side of the ball.

The range he showed on tape didn’t match the speed he showed in workouts; shockingly, to NFL teams it may matter. However, teams within the top 10 have other pressing needs than a safety.

The Washington Commanders and Houston Texans have been heavily linked to Kyle Hamilton in the 2022 NFL Draft rumors.

Running back in Round 1?

A new saying goes that you do not ever take a running back in the first round, there are differing opinions.

There’s been a recent trend of running backs devalued in the first round; however, it is situationally based.

The 2022 NFL Draft rumors has the Buffalo Bills circling around Iowa State’s Breece Hall as the first running back taken off the board. Pair with a lethal aerial attack in Orchard Park, the Bills may well be on their way back to the AFC Championship game.

Miami Dolphins

It’s quiet in south beach, a bit too quiet. It’s been an aggressive off-season for the Miami Dolphins and General Manager Chris Grier.

Grier talked about finding the right time to be aggressive in the off-season and the NFL Draft is a part of it.

With Miami only having four picks in this years draft a move up to grab a player they really like is a good possibility to complete a piece on either side of the ball.


Hussam Patel is a Miami Dolphins contributor and Lead NFL Draft analyst at Five Reasons Sports Network, Director of Scouting at PhinManiacs and Editor at Dolphins ATB. Follow him on Twitter at @HussamPatel


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Day 1 NFL Combine Takeaways

Day 1 of the 2022 NFL Scouting combine is in the books here are the 3 takeaways from the first day of on-field workouts.

40 times

The first night of on-field workouts was a speed thrill. In a city that celebrates speed with Indy cars , the wide receivers at the NFL scouting combine matched a record Thursday that would have NASCAR opening their eyes.

The group of pass catchers left dust, as the eight sub-4.4 clockings tied the most by the wide receivers at the combine in any year evaluated since 2006.

Tyquan Thornton had the only official time under 4.3, as Tennessee wide receiver Velus Jones Jr., had the second fastest official clocking at 4.31.

Many unofficial times had to be changed and chatter around the league was this years class of pass catchers is the fastest in NFL History OR the 40 times were off

Kenny Pickett’s Hand Size

It is hands-down the most critiqued quality attached to NFL quarterback prospects each year.

As a potential first round pick, Pickett‘s hand size has been scrutinized heavily. His hands officially measured in at 8 1/2″ at the NFL Combine. This makes Pickett’s hands the smallest of any quarterback in the NFL.

“The reason I didn’t measure at the Senior Bowl was just to have those extra couple weeks, just kind of a commonsense thing, to have more time working the exercises…Whatever it measures, it measures, I’m sure that won’t be the end of it, but that will be the last measurement I’m sure I’ll take of it.”

Kenny Pickett

According to ESPN Stats & Information data, average hand size for quarterbacks taken in the first round from 2008 to 2020 is 9 7/10 inches.

Christian Watsons big day

Watson won the day at the receiver position. He’s 6-4 and 210 pounds, one of the most sizable receivers in this class.

He ran 4.36 with a 38.5-inch vertical jump and an 11-foot, four-inch broad jump, one of the longest in combine history.

“He’s a special dude. You can see that just physically, how big he is, how fast he is. Great person to be around, obviously one of my closest friends. Someone that helped me get to where I am right now. I wouldn’t be here without Christian.”

Trey Lance on Christian Watson

I wrote about Christian Watson last summer and how the Miami Dolphins should take a chance on him.

Now, I’m not sure if Watson lasts till the end of the 2nd round, he’s highly thought off in league circles.

*** This article was originally posted at ATB Network***

Hussam Patel is a Miami Dolphins contributor at Five Reasons Sports Network, Director of Scouting at PhinManiacs and Editor at Dolphins ATB. Follow him on Twitter at @HussamPatel

2022 NFL Scouting Combine Preview

The NFL Combine kicks off on March 1st and ends on March 7th. The 2022 NFL Combine will take place in Lucas Oil Stadium. 

NFL Network will be covering the 2022 NFL Combine:

  • March 3rd: quarterbacks, wide receivers and tight ends from 4 p.m. ET to 11 p.m. ET 
  • March 4th: running backs, offensive linemen and special teams from 4 pm. ET to 10 p.m. ET 
  • March 5th: Five hours of live coverage of defensive linemen and linebackers from 4 p.m. ET to 9 p.m. 
  • March 6th: Five hours of live coverage of defensive backs from 2 p.m. ET to 7 p.m. ET 

What it is

The 2022 NFL Scouting Combine allows prospects to participate in on-field drills in front of NFL evaluators. Additionally, prospects have the opportunity to interview with NFL teams.

There are around 324 total combine participants ranging from SEC powerhouses to FCS and HBCU players. 


The NFL combine is the biggest draft-centric event of the year. A year after its full cancellation, the NFL combine is returning this year but the National Invitational Camp planned to implement several COVID-19 protocols, including a “bubble.” 

However, The NFL Combine is lifting bubble restrictions shortly after the news that player agents were organizing a boycott.

Most prospects train for the NFL Combine right after the season ends. Each prospect has a team of nutritionists, agents, and trainers- to help them with their testing, nutrition, training and even sleep schedule.

Training for the combine is no joke as it is the biggest interview of prospects lives.

It may be entertaining for fans and media alike to enjoy the testing events such as the 40 yard dash and even the bench press. NFL teams view the medical evaluations as the most vital aspect of the combine.

These medical evaluations are critical in decision making for NFL teams. At times if a player fails the evaluation it may knock them off a teams board or may even shatter their dreams of playing in the NFL.

Interviews with NFL team evaluators is the second most important part of the combine process. It’s a rare opportunity for scouts, coaches, and general managers to get to know players in a one-on-one format. 

This allows players to understand what teams are looking for in them and teams to really pick a prospects brain and see if they can be a cultural fit within their organization.

Prospects see a volatile change in their training regimen for the NFL Combine. The Combine itself has a different structure compared to how players train.

Players are in a new uncomfortable environment which interferes in how they go about doing things. It’s not an optimal environment that will translate into testing numbers they usually hit.

Furthermore, it’s why teams go to prospects pro days. Pro days are similar to the NFL combine except colleges host it for their players. This allows prospects to be comfortable in familiar circumstances to put their best foot forward.

Pro days are essentially structured by college training staffs where players know the surface they are working on. In short, players create the workout during pro days where the combine creates the work for them.


For many of us in the draft world, analysts don’t “trust” the pro day testing numbers as they want to see how prospects react to different environments as it translates to prospects figuring out things in the league and on game days.

Agents of prospects sometimes tell them to forgo the combine testing and do the medical testing and interviews with teams. Teams still take into account pro day numbers and can use their evaluation criteria to better judge players.


*** This article was originally posted at PhinManiacs***


Hussam Patel is a Miami Dolphins contributor at Five Reasons Sports Network, Director of Scouting at PhinManiacs and Editor at Dolphins ATB. Follow him on Twitter at @HussamPatel

Under 25 NFL Players: Best Up and Coming Stars in 2022

The NFL is constantly changing and evolving, with new players emerging as the best. This season is no different, with some great young players set to take the league by storm. Here is our view of the best players under 25 who will be entering the 2021 season.


If NFL spread records are anything to go by, these players could take their teams to the Super Bowl. Let’s take a peek at each player in turn. Starting with Saquon, Barkley had a phenomenal rookie season in 2018.


Saquon Barkley, RB, New York Giants – Age 24


Saquon Barkley was, without a doubt, one of the most exciting players in the NFL last season. He ran for 2,723 yards and 19 touchdowns while catching 91 passes for 1,443 receiving yards. Barkley is incredibly elusive and has excellent speed and power. He is a genuine triple threat who will be one of the top players in the league for years to come.


Derek Barnett, DE, Philadelphia Eagles – Age 25


Barnett, born in 1996, is almost too old for this post, but he played well for Philly last season after being taken with the 14th overall pick in the 2017 draft.


He has a total of 21.5 sacks and showed his potential throughout the year even though it was hard to get into the starting lineup because of all Philly’s defensive line talent.


Josh Allen, QB, Buffalo Bills – Age 25


Allen had an awe-inspiring rookie season. He showed that he could be a franchise quarterback for years to come after throwing for 13,231 yards and getting one receiving touchdown. He also threw 15 interceptions, which needs to improve, but there is no doubt that with his big arm and many plays ability, he will continue to impress this upcoming season.


Marcus Davenport, DE, New Orleans Saints – Age 25


Davenport is one of those players who has made incredible plays in college. He was drafted by the Saints with the 14th overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft and had 17.5 sacks to date.


He is still raw, but with his potential, don’t be surprised if he becomes one of the top players in the NFL very soon.



Lamar Jackson, QB, Baltimore Ravens – Age 24


Jackson was signed with the 32nd overall pick in last year’s draft by the Ravens and had an outstanding rookie year. He is an athletic quarterback who can run the ball very well and has a solid arm to play downfield, whether using his arm or legs. Jackson will be one of the best quarterbacks in the league very soon.


Jaire Alexander, CB, Green Bay Packers – Age 24


Alexander was taken with the 18th pick in the 2018 NFL Draft. He had a great rookie season despite being placed on injured reserve after week 8 due to a groin injury and then spending most of the 2018 season on the bench. He has been awarded a second-team ‘All-Pro’ player 2020 award for his abilities.


He will get even better as game time goes on and could become one of the top defensive backs in football if he stays healthy.


Derwin James, S, Los Angeles Chargers – Age 25


James was taken in the 17th overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft and has been one of the best players on the Chargers since then. He had 219 tackles, five sacks, four interceptions, and 17 pass deflections this year and is a true playmaker on defense. 


Derwin James is still young and has a lot of unexplored ability to become one of the top players in the NFL very soon.


Christian McCaffrey, RB, Carolina Panthers – Age 25


McCaffrey was drafted with the 8th overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft and has been one of the most on-the-ball productive players in the league since then. So far this year, he’s run for 3,587 yards, and 3,015 receiving yards last year while scoring 17 touchdowns.


Joe Burrow, QB, Cincinnati Bengals – Age 25


Burrow was drafted with the 1st overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft and will likely be the starting quarterback for the Bengals this upcoming season. He is a 2019 Heisman Trophy winner from LSU, and has a lot of talent, and could become a great NFL quarterback. 


Joe Burrow will have some struggles early on, but he could develop into one of the best quarterbacks in the league with time.


Photo by Anelale Nájera on Unsplash


Josh Jacobs, RB, Oakland Raiders – Age 23


Jacobs was drafted with the 24th overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft and is the Raiders’ starting back this upcoming season. 


He is a multi-faceted team player who can run between the tackles or catch passes out of the backfield. He is also a good blocker which will help him stay on the field for all three downs. Jacobs has a lot of early embryonic talent and could be one of the best running backs in the NFL very soon.


Under 25 player of the year – Prediction


Our prediction for the Under 25 player of the year is Washington State, DE Chase Young, age 22, one of the youngest players, and here’s why:


Chase Young is one of the most talented young players in football and will get even better this season. The Washington State defensive end was named to the All-Pac 12 First Team last year and won all-conference honors after his sophomore year. 


He is a disruptive player with great speed and agility and dominated at the college level (116 tackles, 32 for loss, 16 sacks in two seasons). This ex Ohio State player has the potential to be one of the best defensive players in the NFL very soon and we think he’ll win the title of ‘Under 25 Player of the Year.’


Top 10 Super Bowl Betting Sites In 2022

Every week during the regular season, there are a variety of ways to gamble on the NFL; however, nothing compares to the Super Bowl. At the top Super Bowl gambling sites, you’ll find a lot to choose from. The list of betting promo codes is a common term when it comes to these sitesTherefore, this post will give you an insight into the top 10 super bowl betting sites for 2022.


1. DraftKings


The DraftKings Sportsbook is now available in more than a dozen states. Legal markets have quickly established DraftKings as one of the most popular options for punters. A large number of people were using it as a DFS platform before sports gambling was legalized in 2018. This is a great place to bet on NFL games. You’ll be able to swiftly look over all of the Super Bowl wagers and bonuses. 


2. FanDuel


FanDuel started as a daily fantasy sports site and has since grown into a free-to-play option. There are other choices available before the Super Bowl, such as wagering on the outcome of specific matchups. FanDuel will be another platform with a plethora of Super Bowl gambling bonuses and specials. A parlay insurance bonus appears to be offered regularly.

3. PointsBet


Many people consider PointsBet to be a favorite sportsbook. This is primarily because of the PointsBet’s function. Most online Super Bowl gambling sites will offer fixed odds wagers. The amount you win or lose is determined by the amount you are away from the spread with PointsBet.

4. BetMGM


MGM Resorts is the company behind BetMGM. M Life Rewards is a loyalty program that allows players to receive incentives for the sportsbook as well as savings at MGM facilities across the country.


You can choose your favorite NFL team on BetMGM. The site will provide you with more squad alternatives! You’ll also find a live streaming option, a cash-out option, a sports gambling guide, and the ability to alter your wager on BetMGM.


5. FoxBet


If you have been watching Fox’s NFL coverage, you have probably seen FoxBet ads. You can find all TV personalities on the site, including Terry Bradshaw and Colin Cowherd. A big part of FoxBet’s business is the NFL. In comparison to other sports, football gambling receives more attention with this site. Stay up to date with FoxBet’s specials by following the Twitter account.


6. Caesars Sportsbook


There are several reasons why Caesars is ranked highest, including that they offer over 2,000 ways to wager on the Super Bowl in 2022. As well as major sports, they offer odds on several smaller, less popular sports. There are plenty of payment options, and the wagering limits are very high, making it a good choice for high rollers. Players of all skill levels will find their website easy to navigate.


7.  WynnBET


The best online sportsbook for newcomers may be WynnBET. Maybe you are wondering, “How do I wager on the Super Bowl?”.  WynnBET simplifies the process. The mobile design of the site is simple and uncluttered, so wagering on the big game will be a breeze. WynnBET’s customer service is top-notch, and they’ll be delighted to walk you through how to gamble on the Super Bowl.


8. Unibet


Unibet, TwinSpires, and BetRivers are all powered by Kambi, so the user experience is very similar. Kambi was originally owned by Unibet before it was spun out. It offers generous welcome bonuses, attractive odds, and a wide range of Super Bowl forms of gambling, including popular Super Bowl props.


9. BetRivers 


One of the most popular online sportsbooks across the United States is BetRivers. NFL fans choose BetRivers to gamble on Super Bowl chances because of its generous welcome bonus, its loyalty program, its odds boosts, and its intriguing parlay promotions.

10. Bet365


Bet365 is the most recognizable sports gambling brand in the world. It offers a highly advanced wagering platform, the fastest payouts, and the highest wagering limits of any Super Bowl gambling website. Besides a huge welcome bonus, you’ll also get a top-notch gambling platform and a fantastic mobile app. 




Online gambling has the advantage of offering a wide variety of markets. A greater number of Super Bowl markets are available on online gambling services than at brick-and-mortar sportsbooks. There are so many Super Super Bowl gambling sites to choose from, you can take your time finding the best site for you.


Goldie’s Best Bets: Rams will be Champions

All the twists and turns of a wild NFL season have led us here: Super Bowl 56. Just like the NFL, Uncle Jeff and I have also endured our own set of twists and turns in picking games this season. After many ups and downs in a very hectic season, again I find myself completely level versus the spread. One game to go, for all the marbles and for a positive record! Win or lose, I appreciate you all for coming along for the ride… Here.. We.. Go!



All Time Record: 297-149-1          

Vs. Spread: 223-223-1


21-22 Season:  171-94-1               

Vs. Spread: 134-134-1


Conference Championship Record: 1-1          

Vs. Spread: 1-1


Guarantee Record: 17-15

Upset Record: 18-13              


Crazy Uncle Jeff 

All Time: 36-19              

21-22 Season: 20-18       

Final 2020: 16-1


Super Bowl 56

Cincinnati Bengals (13-7) vs. Los Angeles Rams (15-5)

Vegas Picks: LAR -4

Goldie’s Take: Rams Win 30-24

We couldn’t have asked for a more likable Super Bowl matchup. On one end you have a true Cinderella story with the Bengals making it to their first Super Bowl since ‘88, and on the other end you have veteran QB Matt Stafford who is making his first Super Bowl appearance in the midst of a tough 13 year career (thanks, Detroit). Hard to root against either team in this one. Before the season, FPI only ranked the Bengals above three teams in their odds to win the Super Bowl at +10000, or 100 to 1. Now Joe Cool has the chance to lead the Bengals to their first Super Bowl victory in franchise history, and he also has the opportunity to be the first QB ever to win the Heisman, a Collegiate National Championship and the Super Bowl. This, in just his second season. Unbelievable! However, what stands in his way is his toughest test yet. The Rams went all in on a Super Bowl this season, and they absolutely have the roster to back it up. The Rams had one of the most complete rosters in football to begin the season, and additions such as Von Miller and Odell Beckham Jr. have only made them stronger. Aaron Donald and that fierce Rams pass rush should have Burrow on the run (or on the ground) a lot, and unlike Tennessee, LA has a high powered offense to go along with their rock-solid defense. Burrow and the Bengals have already way outperformed expectations this season, and they’ll be competitive for years to come, but Jeffy and I agree that this is Matthew Stafford’s time. Stafford has been waiting a long 12 year career for this moment. He beat the Goat. He finally got the Rams over the 49ers hump. And now it’s time for Matt Stafford to finally get that elusive Super Bowl win. The Rams win their first Super Bowl since 1999 with a win over the Bengals! 




Dolphins hire Jon Embree to assist Mike McDaniel

Jon Embree has been hired as the tight ends coach and assistant head coach of the Miami Dolphins.



This past Sunday, the Miami Dolphins hired 49ers offensive coordinator Mike McDaniel as their new Head Coach. 


Embree follows Mike McDaniel to South Florida to coach a TE group consisting of rookie 3rd round pick Hunter Long and Adam Shaheen



Mike Gesicki and Durham Smythe are Free Agents, unless Miami retains one or both of them. 


Embree first made his mark on the NFL in 2006 as a Tight End coach with the Kansas City Chiefs. There he coached Hall of Famer Tony Gonzalez who led the league in 20007 and 2008 in receptions, receiving yards and touchdowns. 


He then joined the formerly known Washington Redskins in 2010 where TE Chris Cooley ranked 2nd in TE receptions. He also helped Jordan Cameron reach the Pro Bowl in 2013 as Cameron ranked 2nd in receiving yards (917). 


In 2016 with Tampa Bay, Embree helped TE Cameron Brate establish career highs in in receptions (57) yards (660) and touchdowns (8) which tied most in the NFL among tight ends. 



From 2017-2021, George Kittle was developed under Embree who helped him earn All-Pro honors, 49ers franchise records for tight ends, PFWA All-NFL and All-NFC and was selected as a starter in the Pro Bowl multiple times. 



Embree has played in college and been in the NFL for 12 years and brings an experienced mind in the offensive room and help develop talented tight ends in Miami.



Reflecting on Tom Brady as the GOAT Calls it a Career

In the world of sports, only a few people deserve the title of GOAT or Greatest of All Time. In basketball, Michael Jordan is a name that many people agree on. In golf, Tiger Woods is the GOAT. With hockey, Wayne Gretzky a.ka. The Great One is there. In Boxing, Manny Pacquaio is a name that’s already reached GOAT status. In football, Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi have done enough to secure the title of GOAT for fans all over the world.


The people mentioned above have displayed skill, prowess, confidence, and grace throughout their careers, enough to be named as the greatest to have played in their fields. As the Super Bowl is fast approaching, another legend will be joining the people mentioned above. 


With a loss against a solid and hungry Los Angeles Rams team, Tom Brady from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will finally call it a career. Disappointing as it sounds, Tom Brady will not be heading to this year’s Super Bowl event. Many fans and curious onlookers will have to agree that the GOAT’s retirement is well deserved. With that said, here’s a look at what Tom Brady has done to deserve the GOAT status.

22 at 44

In many eyes, Tom Brady has earned the GOAT title even before retiring. Playing 22 seasons alone is a mere feat as the NFL isn’t exactly known for its gentleness. At the age of 44, Tom Brady is considered by many as an artifact, an old “dude” in a young man’s game. Despite what naysayers call it, the GOAT continued to defy the odds and went on to become one of (if not the greatest) quarterbacks in NFL history.


Although Tom Brady isn’t the oldest quarterback in the NFL at 44, he never experienced a drop in terms of performance. At the age of 40, Tom Brady was the oldest to win the NFL MVP in 2017. And to add to the greatness, he has three NFL MVP awards to his name.

A King Deserves a Queen

Already a smooth player on the field, Tom Brady is also smooth with his love life. He’s married to none other than supermodel Gisele Bündchen. If you don’t know who Gisele Bündchen is, she’s a model from Brazil and one of the highest-paid in the industry. Tom and Gisele have been married since 2009 and have two children together.


With Super Bowl Prop Betting Odds getting exciting, many exotic prop bets are popping up. In fact, Gisele’s appearance on TV while Tom Brady is a legit exotic prop bet. The bet goes like this: How many times will Gisele Bündchen appear on the screen? Many exciting things happen when Tom Brady is playing, such as this weird yet amusing prop bet.


Tom Brady didn’t reach the top by just sitting pretty. He did many things on the field that left both opponent and onlooker in awe. For starters, he’s won 7 championships when he was playing for the New England Patriots and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. If that’s not amazing enough, take note that there are 12 franchises in the NFL that haven’t even won a trophy.


If you’re still not convinced of Tom Brady’s greatness, hold your breath and see these stunning personal records he has:


  • Most Wins in the NFL – 243 Wins
  • Most Pro Bowl Appearances – 15
  • Most Super Bowl MVP awards – 5
  • Most Starts: 316
  • Most Three-Touchdown Games: 101
  • Most Four-Touchdown Games: 39
  • Most Attempts: 11,317
  • Most Passing Yards Accumulated: 84,520


And that’s just a few of his personal records during the regular seasons of his career. Tom Brady doesn’t even bat an eye when it comes to the playoffs and the biggest stage of them all. Here are some of his personal records in the postseason:


  • Most Appearances in the Super Bowl: 10
  • Most Wins in the Super Bowl: 7
  • Most Appearances in the Playoffs: 19
  • Most Games started in the Playoffs: 47
  • Most Game-winning Drives: 14
  • Most 4th Quarter Comebacks: 9


These are just some of Tom Brady’s personal accolades. We’re not even including his franchise records. As you can see, there’s really no argument as to why Tom Brady deserves to be called the GOAT.

Talent Recognizes Talent

As news broke out that the great one was retiring, many superstars from other sports greeted the GOAT. From Basketball, LeBron James congratulated Brady and thanked him for the memories and inspiration. He ended his greeting by putting in a goat emoji. In Boxing, a fellow GOAT, Manny Pacquiao, says that Tom Brady earned it and ended his greeting with another goat emoji. 


Even Tom Brady’s nemesis in the NFL, Eli Manning, came out and greeted the GOAT. It should be noted that Manning defeated Brady twice in the Super Bowl. His greetings were a bit cheeky as he mentions Brady’s generosity in “sharing a few of those Super Bowl with me.” Never has a sports personality garnered the love from fellow GOATS like Tom Brady. Indeed, talent does recognize talent.


Being eliminated from the playoffs, Tom Brady will be calling it a career after 22 seasons. He’s the oldest active player and has accumulated accolades that will be tough to beat. Even if he’s already 44, many experts feel that Tom Brady has a lot left in the tank. 


Just like Michael Jordan, Tom Brady retires at an elite level. Will he opt for a comeback on the field? Only time will tell. For now, let’s allow the GOAT to relish the moment and join him in looking back at his incredible career.