This question is almost like asking “what’s fun about Christmas morning to a 9-year-old kid.” What isn’t fun about it? The immense enjoyment you can have with the NFL each and every week is almost too vast to put into words, but I’ll give it a shot. Without further ado, here are a few reasons why you should have a great time with NFL Football betting.
o You’ll actually have a legitimate reason to talk trash to your buddy. If the two of you bet on a game on opposite sides, there’s no denying who comes out on top. Nothing says friendship like a little verbal dagger in the back after a crushing defeat.
o Pacman Jones is actually good for something other than crippling people and getting in bar fights. If you bet on the Cowboys, he actually might contribute something to society (that is if he learns how to cover a receiver in between run-ins with the law).
o You’ll learn that betting on a team because they have Osi Umenyiora is actually a good thing. Contrary to popular belief that isn’t a Japanese version of yellow fever. If he hits you, you’ll think that you have yellow fever (Donovan McNabb, I think you know what I’m talking about). However, the hits will have to wait until next year, thanks to a season-ending injury. I just couldn’t wait until next year to throw his name in the mix though.
o You never know when someone’s going to pull a Ronnie Brown on you and single-handedly beat the Patriots. Before this season if you would have told someone that the 1-15 Dolphins would destroy the 18-1 Patriots with a direct snap to the running back 17 times, you would have been carted away in a straight jacket. Your friends would have strapped you down in front of NFL Network for a month until the constant “Tom Brady is the king of the world talk” brainwashed you back into reality. My how things change. Brady is at home playing Cranium with Gisele Bunschen and Ronnie Brown is making the Dolphins relevant again. If you accurately predicted that and put your paycheck on it, you’d be sitting pretty right now.