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Waiting on the Roger Goodell Survival Betting Odds

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Nov/17/2017

ESPN.com is describing it as the “uncivil war within the NFL”, with the league Commissioner Roger Goodell now on the hot seat.

It’s typical of a website the likes of BetOnline to begin offering prop wagers on the resignation or firing of such a high profile figure in sports, and Gambling911.com is hearing such odds could soon be offered.

We got a little taste of something amiss last week during the Cowboys-Falcons game when it was revealed by the commentators calling the game that team owners Arthur Blank (Falcons) and Jerry Jones (Cowboys) were not speaking to one another due to the friction involving Goodell’s status.  Seems Jones does not want him, Blank does.

But Jones is said to be the most powerful voice in the NFL and therein lies the problem.

The relationship between Jones and Goodell, once quite cohesive, has become strained in recent weeks.

Jones is furious over Goodell’s determination to suspend Cowboys star player Ezekiel Elliott for six games after Elliott was accused of domestic violence.

"I'm gonna come after you with everything I have," Jones said. Then he mentioned Deflategate. "If you think Bob Kraft came after you hard, Bob Kraft is a p---y compared to what I'm going to do."

Jones has threatened to sue the NFL and fellow owners to stop negotiations on a contract extension for Goodell. Owners voted 32-0 in May to allow the compensation committee to negotiate a new deal for Goodell.

Blank leads the compensation committee and sent a cease and desist order to Jones last week, according to a report in the New York Times.

Some owners support Jones, others do not.

So will Goodell survive to remain as NFL Commissioner?  The oddsmakers are likely to post a line somewhere around EVEN for now.  

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01:00 PM 5201 Arizona Cardinals   +20000  
5202 Atlanta Falcons   +2500  
5203 Baltimore Ravens   +8000  
5204 Buffalo Bills   +12500  
5205 Carolina Panthers   +2000  
5206 Chicago Bears   +25000  
5207 Cincinnati Bengals   +25000  
5208 Cleveland Browns   +500000  
5209 Dallas Cowboys   +3300  
5210 Denver Broncos   +12500  
5211 Detroit Lions   +3300  
5212 Green Bay Packers   +5000  
5213 Houston Texans   +12500  
5214 Indianapolis Colts   +25000  
5215 Jacksonville Jaguars   +2500  
5216 Kansas City Chiefs   +1000  
5217 Los Angeles Chargers   +12500  
5218 Los Angeles Rams   +1200  
5219 Miami Dolphins   +20000  
5220 Minnesota Vikings   +1600  
5221 New England Patriots   +300  
5222 New Orleans Saints   +800  
5223 New York Giants   +50000  
5224 New York Jets   +25000  
5225 Oakland Raiders   +3300  
5226 Philadelphia Eagles   +500  
5227 Pittsburgh Steelers   +500  
5228 San Francisco 49ers   +250000  
5229 Seattle Seahawks   +1400  
5230 Tampa Bay Buccaneers   +15000  
5231 Tennessee Titans   +5000  
5232 Washington Redskins   +6600  

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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