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Pay per head agents that watched the Los Angeles Rams take on the New England Patriots on Feb. 3 in Super Bowl 53 might have cheered wildly for most of the game. Why not? No other sporting event in the world offers individual sportsbook operators as much chance to make big profit as the Super

Nick Foles likely played his last game as a Philadelphia Eagle while the Saints, Rams, Patriots, and Chiefs all marched to their respective conference championships in awesome displays of NFL football over the weekend. Hopefully, pay per head agents made out like gangbusters. There was no other football played this past Saturday and Sunday. Check

The Indianapolis Colts beat the Houston Texans. The Colts now face the Chiefs in Kansas City on Saturday. The other game on January 12 has the Dallas Cowboys battling the L.A. Rams. Then, on Sunday, Philip Rivers and the L.A. Chargers take on Tom Brady and the New England Patriots before the defending Super Bowl

The Philadelphia Eagles miraculously turned around a dreadful season to stamp their ticket to the playoffs in resounding fashion. Philly beat the rival Washington Redskins and the Minnesota Vikings lost to the Bears in NFL Week 17. Things didn’t go as smoothly for the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Steelers, a preseason Super Bowl favorite, beat the

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The four best teams in college football battle it out on Saturday, Dec. 29 for the right to go to the College Football National Championship. #1 Alabama takes on #4 Oklahoma while #2 Clemson battles #3 Notre Dame. Although the NFL has another week left, pay per head agents should promote action on the Cotton

The New Orleans Saints got back on the winning track while the Dallas Cowboys went up 2 games over the rival Philadelphia Eagles. Oh, yes, there was also a Miami Miracle in Week 14. Check out a recap of everything that happened from Thursday to Sunday in NFL Week 14. Then, read about how per

Online bookies should see a major uptick in Super Bowl Futures action now that we’re in the final month of the NFL Regular Season. Right now, the New Orleans Saints remain the hot team to win the Vince Lombardi Trophy. While the Saints are hot, the Kansas City Chiefs, the favorite in the AFC, took

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The New Orleans Saints continue to put a beat down onto online sportsbooks while the Steelers, Eagles, and Panthers fail to cover as favorites. Bookmakers that used their layoff accounts on the Saints the past 10 weeks have made big bucks. Those that haven’t have lost lots of money. Let’s get to a recap of

The New Orleans Saints continue to dominate while the Kansas City Chiefs and L.A. Rams played to a total score that blasted the over into smithereens. Check out a recap of NFL Week 11 along with how bookies could have used pay per head software to save profit. Thursday, Nov. 15 Green Bay Packers 24

With only two weeks left in the College Football Regular Season, some teams look almost impossible to keep out of the College Football Playoff while other squads have some work to do. Pay per head agents must use per head software to manage college football playoff betting. Check out a list of teams still offering

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