The 2022-23 NFL regular season starts this Thursday at SoFi Stadium in the Los Angeles suburbs.
The National League Football regular season is finally upon us!
This Thursday, at 5:20pm Los Angeles time, the LA Rams will host the Buffalo Bills to kick off the 2022-23 NFL regular season for sports bettors across the nation.
Legal mobile sportsbook apps in Colorado have the defending Super Bowl champions starting off the year as very slight underdogs against the AFC East powerhouse Buffalo Bills.
Colorado sports bettors can currently place a -110 wager on the Bills giving up 2.5 points on BetRivers Sportsbook CO, as the Bills’ perceived advantage over the Rams has increased ever so slightly since the team’s opening as a one-point favorite, according to VegasInsider.
Denver Broncos fans will have to wait until Monday, September 12th, for the much anticipated debut of former Seattle QB Russell Wilson.
The Broncos are six point favorites to beat the Seahawks at Lumen Field on the Caesars Sportsbook Colorado mobile app, with an Over/Under line of about 42 points for the game total with one week to go before NFL Monday Night Football begins its broadcast season on ESPN.
Buffaloes Fall In NCAA College Football Opener Versus TCU
The Colorado Buffaloes started their 2022-23 NCAA football season in Boulder Friday night with a loss against the TCU Horned Frogs.
The contest was delayed for about half an hour due to extreme weather, and Colorado went into halftime behind by only one point by a score of 7-6.
The final score, however, turned out to be 38-13 in favor of the TCU squad, and the Buffaloes will now head to their Week 2 game against the in-state Air Force Falcons with a season record of 0 wins and 1 loss.
The Colorado State Rams likewise began their regular season at 0-1 following a blowout defeat at the hands of the (#8) ranked Michigan Wolverines by a final score of 51-7.
Colorado State will host Middle Tennessee this coming Saturday, September 10th, at Hughes Stadium in Fort Collins.
Colorado Rockies Become An MLB “NGMI” Team For Remainder Of 2022
It appears that, as far as the postseason goes, the Colorado Rockies are “not gonna make it” (NGMI) this year.
Barring a 20-game winning streak (and a lot of help by other teams) somewhere in the middle of their remaining 28 regular season games, the 2022 pennant race is pretty much over for the Rockies.
As one of the 18 MLB teams to not make the playoffs in 2022, Colorado will have at the very least a (very) marginal chance at winning the 1st Overall Pick via the 2023 MLB Draft Lottery next July.
The Rockies will return to Coors Field this Monday to take on the Brewers (along with the Diamondbacks) in a pair of three game series that will further solidify a position for Colorado within next year’s Draft Lottery.
Futures bets placed by Colorado Rockies fans at the start of the season seem to be on their way to a “loss” grading for the playoffs – not to mention a World Series appearance.
Meanwhile, prop bettors in the Centennial State who are seeking a “value” bet for the 2022-23 Colorado Avalanche during the upcoming NHL season will be facing an approximate “Futures” wager of -4000 for the Avs to qualify for the playoffs.
As expected, the defending Stanley Cup champions are the most favored team in the league – not only to make the playoffs but also to hoist the Stanley Cup in 2023.
Bet NFL Games Online Legally In Colorado
Thanks to the formal legalization of online sports betting in the state of Colorado, residents and visitors alike can place real money wagers online as long as they are 21+ years old and physically located in CO when making the bet.
Check out our COBets Sports Betting Guide to find out which legal Colorado mobile sportsbook app is the best choice for you and get started ahead of the 2022-23 NFL regular season.