The NFL has a history of losing big on the biggest games.
And that history is being tested again when the NFL bets big on its biggest game in decades.
For the second time in three weeks, the NFL has put its money on a college football game.
The first bet, on Oct. 12, ended up costing the league $2.3 million in profit.
On Saturday, the league put the money on another college football bet, this time on a football game between Alabama and Clemson, for $2 million.
It’s not a great bet, but it’s still a good one, especially after last year’s loss to Clemson, which is projected to win the national championship.
The NFL will be betting big on Saturday, too.
ESPN reported Saturday that the NFL is betting $250 million on the Georgia Dome, which opened in 1962.
The game will be broadcast on ESPN on Sunday, Oct. 13, at 2 p.m.
The betting odds are $250,000 for the Georgia Stadium, $100,000 on Alabama and $250 for Clemson.
While the stakes may seem high, these are games the NFL should win, as it did in 2010, when the Falcons won the Super Bowl on the back of a $1 million bet.
And while the odds of winning are higher, the stakes are higher still.
The NFL lost $2,800 on the Superdome, the biggest loss in its history.
But the loss on Saturday will not be felt as a massive one.
The Atlanta Falcons are projected to finish No. 1 in the preseason polls and are projected as the No. 4 seed in the NFL playoffs.
That’s a huge boost for the Falcons, who are 5-1 this season.
So how will the NFL feel about all of this?
If the league bets big, it will likely be a disappointment, as the stakes were high enough that the league could afford to lose money on the bet.
The odds were right for Georgia Stadium.
But if the NFL goes out on a limb and bets big to win, it could end up losing money.