MyBookie.ag Gives New Meaning to the 2016 NFL Divisional Round
We’re now entering the best time of NFL season, with only a handful of surviving teams heading to the Divisional round. With the 2014 NFL postseason officially underway, it’s time to begin the celebrations with some super hot eye candy courtesy of MyBookie.ag Online Sportsbook.
As many NFL betting fans are aware of, the Chiefs, Patriots, Steelers and Broncos clash this coming Saturday, and to celebrate this exciting round, we’ve put together a gallery of one of the best things in the world – hot chicks wearing body paint and not much else. So let’s get in the right football spirit and take a look at these sexy girls!
After a stunning 30-0 blanking over the Houston Texans, the Kansas City Chiefs land on Patriots’ territory for the first Divisional match set for this Saturday, January 16th. The team lead by veteran QB Alex Smith will jump on the field with one goal in mind: Stop New England’s offense and spoil their winning season. Although, the Chiefs should make an extra effort to contain Rob Gronkowski and Jualian Edelman, who combine for a total of 18 TD’s this season. According to the current NFL betting lines for this game, the Pats enter the match as -5 point favorite to beat the Chiefs at home.
Another matchup worth your attention pits the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Denver Broncos. The Steelers still need to wait a couple more days to verify if three time Pro Bowler Ben Roethlisberger is cleared to play after suffering a shoulder injury in the Wild Card game against the Cincinnati Bengals. On the other hand, Denver has recovered its veteran quaterback Peyton Manning. Having a great leader like Manning back can be a game changer for the Broncos and a huge motivation for the team. According to wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders, “Peyton’s healthy and we’re ready to go”, so expect the Broncos to put together an awesome display on Sunday. Odds for this game have not been released yet, but stay tuned with MyBookie.ag and don’t miss a piece of the action.