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While many sports have a pretty strong following
in the sports betting community, there is one that
has separated itself from the pack. Football is the
top choice among sports bettors.
The evolution of football in the general sports
landscape has been mirrored by the popularity of
the game among sports bettors. In the first half of
the 20th century, baseball was the most popular
team sport in America.
New York Yankees slugger Babe Ruth was the biggest sports legend during this
era. Football was still evolving at this time. The college game was bigger than
the NFL at this point.
In the late 1950′s, pro football began to become more prominen t. The 1958 NFL
championship game between the Baltimore Colts and New York Giants played a
big role in the growth of pro football.
Millions tuned in to watch the dramatic, overtime contest on black and white
televisions. While baseball was still the top sport heading into the 1960′s,
football was closing fast.
The AFL was formed to compete with the NFL. Both leagues broadcast its games
on Sunday afternoons. With the advent of color TV during this period, pro
football’s popularity as a televised sport grew quickly.
The addition of the Super Bowl and merger of the leagues in the late 1960′s
would soon have football on the brink of passing baseball heading into the
The NFL continued to grow in the 1970′s. Television ratings climbed for the
networks. ABC’s Monday Night Football proved to be an instant hit after
debuting in 1970. In the middle of the decade, the sport’s betting aspect was
introduced to mainstream America on the NFL Today pregame show on CBS.
Former Las Vegas bookmaker Jimmy “The Greek” Snyder was part of