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Odds Don’t Favor Jerry Jones Benching Players

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Oct/18/2017

Oddsmakers at BookMaker.eu don’t believe a member of the Dallas Cowboys roster will protest the national anthem by not standing this Sunday, or the rest of the season. The NFL stated today that it will not force its players to stand for the anthem.

BookMaker is offering odds on whether or not Jerry Jones will bench or suspend a player. Bettors have to risk $1100 to win $100 for the “No” option while “Yes” is paying out $600 for every $100 wagered.

Will Jerry Jones bench or suspend a player for not standing during the national anthem?

Yes +600

No -1100

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