NFL Betting Rumors & News: Brady Late to Practice, Dan Snyder Knows Stuff

NFL Betting Rumors & News: Brady Late to Practice, Dan Snyder Knows Stuff

Another NFL Week means another seven days of news, rumors, and strange happenings. Tom Brady and Giselle Bundchen remain mum on their marriage, the owner in D.C. may have lost his mind, the interim coach in Carolina isn’t messing around, and Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills continue to show why they’re the top choice to win Super Bowl 57. See below for the latest NFL Betting news.  

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Brady shows up late, Bucs lose to Pittsburgh at home

On Saturday, Tom Brady showed up late for a walk through. Rumors swirled that it had something to do with Tom’s and Giselle’s marriage. Maybe it did, maybe it didn’t.

In any case, the Buccaneers’ offense performed like awful in a 20-18 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, a team Tampa was favored to beat by 8.5 points. Not only did the Buccaneers lose, but Brady could be seen on the sideline barking at his offensive line. 

It’s apparent that this will be Tom Brady’s last season. The Buccaneers aren’t good enough to make the Super Bowl, they’re 3-3 and may not even make the playoffs, and Brady’s mind is somewhere else. 

Dan Snyder says he has dirt on Goodell and other NFL owners

It turns out that Dan Snyder, knowing Roger Goodell and the league wanted him to sell the team, hired a private investigator to get dirt on Roger and other NFL owners.

Per an ESPN source, Snyder has gathered enough dirt to “blow up” the league office, other owners, and Goodell. Snyder may or may not.

Truth be told, does it matter? You have to feel bad for the Washington Commanders and their beleaguered coach Ron Rivera, but the Commanders can’t hold a candle to the teams in their division: Philadelphia, the best team in the league, Dallas, and the 5-1 New York Giants.

D.C. is an afterthought. He won’t be the first owner that cared more about himself than the team. Let the Commanders remain a terrible franchise. The NBA is full of teams that exist simply to sell merch. So why can’t the NFL have at least 1 team designed to sell T-shirts and caps? 

Carolina’s interim coach kicks wide receiver Anderson out of game versus the Rams

Interim Carolina Panthers head coach Steve Wilks knows he has no chance of becoming the full time HC. He’s still going to do his job to the best of his ability.

On Sunday, Panthers’ WR1 Robbie Anderson got into a shouting match with Carolina receivers coach Joe Dailey. After the shouting match, Anderson appeared disengaged with the team and what was going on in the game.

Wilks was having none of it. So the interim head coach sent Anderson to the showers. When asked about it after the game, Wilks said:

“It was a sideline situation. I will say this, no one is bigger than the team. I’m not gonna focus and put a lot of attention on one individual.”

The Panthers are a terrible team. But they’re still a team. Wilks showed that although maybe not a head coach, he definitely deserves a job in some capacity in the league. 

Allen and Bills solidify their best in the NFL position

Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills bolstered their resume with a stunning 24-20 victory over Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs in Kansas City. Allen is unstoppable and the Bills’ defense is better this season than it was last.

What’s really interesting is that Patrick Mahomes didn’t seem confident on the final drive. It’s almost like Mahomes expected to make a bad play, which he did by throwing an interception. 

Mahomes might have it in his head that he can’t beat Allen and the Bills. If true, it’s strange because Mahomes rallied KC to an overtime win over Buffalo in the playoffs last season. 

Still, if Patrick doesn’t believe he can win,  dump on Buffalo to at least make it to the Super Bowl. No other team in the AFC stands a chance against Josh and the Bills. 


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