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Delaware Legal Sports Betting a Good Thing: NFL Doesn’t Think So

Article By on 16th July, 2009

... was the initial beginnings to televised Pro Football as we know it today, the league has taken all measures possible to distance itself from sports gambling.

That game was broadcast to a nationally televised audience by NBC and went into sudden death overtime in what is regarded as “The Greatest Game ever Played.”

The unofficial hush-hush reports from bookmakers across the major cities in America at the time was that business was huge and created whole new wave of new clients. At the same time, it also created a broad new interest for a league that lagged far behind baseball in popularity.

The point spread on the game was Baltimore around four points, give or take a half point. The alleged story goes that Colts...

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