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Pittsburgh Steelers defensive tackle Cameron Heyward (97) reacts after sacking Las Vegas Raiders quarterback Derek Carr during the second half at Acrisure Stadium in Pittsburgh, PA on December 24, 2022.Pittsburgh Steelers Vs Las Vegas Raiders Week 16

Steelers Raiders Pick, Props, SNF Prediction

SNF has an intriguing Week 3 AFC tilt and the Steelers Raiders pick leans road team. Read More

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Gagnon’s Week 3 NFL Picks

Gagnon's Week 3 picks include a couple of underdog plays on teams we don't usually see go 0-3 - the Broncos and Patriots. Read More

Sep 10, 2023; East Rutherford, New Jersey, USA; New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones (8) is sacked by Dallas Cowboys linebacker Micah Parsons (11) during the first half at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY Sports

NFL OVER UNDER picks Week 3

Your NFL OVER UNDER picks for Week 3 should focus on these three games identified by Gagnon as having legit totals betting edges. Read More

College Football News

Nov. 25, 2022; Cincinnati, Ohio, USA; Cincinnati Bearcats linebacker Deshawn Pace (20) tackles Tulane Green Wave wide receiver Jha'Quan Jackson (4) on a punt return in the fourth quarter during a college football game, Friday, Nov. 25, 2022, at Nippert Stadium in Cincinnati.

Bearcats suspend LB Deshawn Pace for rules violation

Cincinnati linebacker Deshawn Pace will miss the Bearcats’ Big 12 debut Saturday against No. 1... Read More

Sep 22, 2023; Charlottesville, Virginia, USA; North Carolina State Wolfpack running back Delbert Mimms III (34) scores a touchdown against the Virginia Cavaliers during the second quarter at Scott Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

NC State edges Virginia on last-second field goal

Brayden Narveson kicked a game-winning field goal from 33 yards out on the final play as North Carol... Read More

Wisconsin Badgers running back Chez Mellusi (1) is tackled by Purdue Boilermakers defensive back Marquis Wilson (16) and Purdue Boilermakers defensive back Dillon Thieneman (31) during the NCAA football game, Friday, Sept. 22, 2023, at Ross-Ade Stadium in West Lafayette, Ind.

Wisconsin ground game piles up 4 TDs in dropping Purdue

Tanner Mordecai and Braelon Allen rushed for two touchdowns apiece, and Wisconsin pulled away for a ... Read More

Football Betting & NFP

Launched in 2006, NationalFootballPost.com has long served the American football fan’s need for breaking news and meaningful analysis of the NFL and college football. Since that time, it has gone through several owners, several business cases but always with the goal of being the definitive source of NFL news and football betting information.

All these changes since 2006 have been for the better and now we are changing again – also for the better. And this time with the ‘bettor’ firmly in mind. National Football Post aims to become the best resource – the Wall Street Journal for football betting – for football betting regulation efforts and for providing honest, experienced reviews of the best US sportsbooks for football bettors.

We bring decades of experience in the NFL wagering environment, in Vegas, from overseas and increasingly from right here in the USA where states have been adopting legal NFL betting since 2018. Fresh young faces on the writing and social media teams mesh with experienced veterans of the sports betting space in Canada and the United States to bring a unique approach.

So, whether its breaking tweets of hot prop odds, updates on legislative efforts in your state to expand mobile betting or the best picks from our experts – and their colleagues on other sites – you will find it here on NationalFootballPost.com

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After decades of needing to bet at offshore sportsbooks if you couldn’t travel to Las Vegas to place your football bets, legalization is spreading across the US, which will become the world’s biggest betting market. So there is no better time to learn, not just from the website, but via the social media teams that watch for breaking news and betting alerts. Check out the National Football Post Twitter feed, along with our NFP Facebook presence. Tiktok is now live and Instagram will be following close behind so stay tuned.

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