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Los Angeles Gets an NFL Team: The New York Jets

Written by:
Dan Shapiro
Published on:
Aug/11/2011
Los Angeles, New York Jets

Los Angeles needs an NFL team and they are sort of getting one this season, just not their own. 

ESPN LA announced Thursday that it has reached an agreement with the New York Jets to broadcast the team's games during the upcoming NFL season. All 16 regular-season games will air live on 710 ESPN, beginning with the Jets' Sept. 11 matchup with the Dallas Cowboys.

Some have speculated that Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez, a Mexican-American, might have a strong following among the Los Angeles Hispanic community. 

For anyone who thinks the Jets are relocating to LA (a la the Brooklyn Dodgers), that won’t happen, at least not in this lifetime. 

-       Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

Super Bowl XLVI Odds (Subject to Change – Courtesy of Bookmaker)

 

 

 

Green Bay Packers

6/1

 

New York Giants

25/1

 

Arizona Cardinals

70/1

 

New England Patriots

6/1

 

Houston Texans

28/1

 

Denver Broncos

100/1

 

Philadelphia Eagles

8/1

 

Detroit Lions

28/1

 

Jacksonville Jaguars

100/1

 

San Diego Chargers

9/1

 

Chicago Bears

28/1

 

Tennessee Titans

100/1

 

Pittsburgh Steelers

12/1

 

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

33/1

 

Washington Redskins

100/1

 

New Orleans Saints

14/1

 

St Louis Rams

50/1

 

Seattle Seahawks

125/1

 

New York Jets

14/1

 

San Francisco 49ers

50/1

 

Cleveland Browns

150/1

 

Atlanta Falcons

14/1

 

Oakland Raiders

50/1

 

Buffalo Bills

150/1

 

Baltimore Ravens

16/1

 

Kansas City Chiefs

50/1

 

Cincinnati Bengals

150/1

 

Indianapolis Colts

18/1

 

Miami Dolphins

66/1

 

Carolina Panthers

150/1

 

Dallas Cowboys

20/1

 

Minnesota Vikings

66/1

 

 

 

 

Each-way bets on 2 places at 1/2 odds

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