While it is still uncertain how long the current NFL lockout will continue, some anxious fans are concerned that the labor dispute will cut into next season. With that in mind, we want to know: Will the NFL lockout end before September 1st?
CEO Mickey Richardson and his team at Bookmaker.com, one of the leading sportsbooks, has calculated the odds of whether the NFL lockout will end before September 1st. Full odds below:
WILL THE NFL LOCKOUT END BEFORE SEPT 1ST 2011?
Yes -115 53%
No -115 53%
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On that note, there is speculation that NFL players will go to other sports if the labor war continues…including Chad Ochocino, who was made a member of the reserve team with Major League Soccer’s Sporting Kansas City team. How serious is Ochocino about soccer? Will he really play soccer professionally?
Will Chad Ochocino Play Professionally for MLS?
Yes +150 40%
No -500 83%
[The +/- Indicates the Return on the Wager. The percentage is the likelihood that response will occur. For Example: Betting on the candidate least likely to win would earn the most amount of money, should that happen.]
Bookmaker expert Mickey Richardson, CEO of Bookmaker.com, one of the largest sports books in the world, and his team of experienced odds makers, have put together lines for other television shows such as Project Runway, Top Chef, Lost, and Dancing with the Stars.