Archive for January, 2013


RG III & Shanahanigans


About the only person not being critical of Red Skins Head Coach Mike Shanahan is Robert Griffin III……and the whole uproar is about him.  Griffin is a strong willed young man.  As it turns out, Shanahan let RGIII go back into the game after he was hurt on Dec. 9 against the Ravens, but, he did not More >

Greatest Clutch Players

The Greatest Clutch Players Of All Time


Thinking back on some of your top ten moments in sports, it’s almost always the seemingly impossible, come from behind victory that was the thing that brought us to our feet, fists clinched, barely breathing while the hero pulled out yet another win against all odds.  Yea, those were the standout More >

Marc Trestman

The Bears Go To Canada For New Coach


It has been almost nine year since Marc Trestman has coached in the NFL when he spent a year down in Miami with the Dolphins.  Then he made the move up to the frozen northlands and has coached the Montreal Alouettes for the past 5 seasons.  This was not the first time in history that the NFL has More >

Seahawks Vs Falcons

NFC Divisional Playoffs – Fantastic Finish In Atlanta


The Atlanta Falcons pulled one out of the fire on Sunday in part thanks to Seattle Coach Pete Carroll who managed to call time out just in time to watch Falcons place kicker Matt Bryant miss his last second 49 yard field goal, wide right.

The ref called Carroll’s timeout and Bryant had another shot More >

Hall of Fame Atlanta

College Football Hall Of Fame Breaks Ground In Atlanta


Atlanta, Georgia will be the new site of the College Football Hall of Fame which will break ground on January 28, 2013.  The announcement came just hours before the start of the Chick-fil-A Bowl held in Atlanta on New Year’s Eve.  Chick-fil-A is one of the major contributors to the project.  More >

Matt Barkley

Matt Barkley And The NFL Quarterback Draft


The 2012 Football Season did not turn out exactly as USC Quarterback Matt Barkley had expected.  He could have entered the NFL Draft after his junior year of college but he chose to stick it out, get his degree and use the year to grow into the NFL.  He would have been in some pretty tough More >

Kobe Bryant

The Ups & Downs Of Being Kobe Bryant


Kobe Bryant is having a hell of a year.  He scored 40 points against the Nuggets a couple of days ago….and the Lakers lost the game by 12 points.  That Lakers- Nuggets game marked 116 times in his career that Kobe has scored 40 points or more.  He has just finished scoring 30 or more points in the More >

AFC and NFC Wildcard Games

Bookies Anticipate Four Excellent Wild Card Matchups


The festivities get underway at 4:30 pm in Houston with the AFC Wild Card Game featuring the Cincinnati Bengals against the Houston Texans who are 4.5 points favorites to win the contest with the over and under holding at 43.  The struggling Texans are coming off two loses in a row but still More >

PPH, a lifesaver for bookies

Pay Per Player Are The Way To Go For Frustrated Local Bookies


Old time bookmakers have finally seen the light and are moving in droves offshore to pay per player services. Being a local US bookie and trying to operate a bookie business from within the United States just really isn’t worth the hassle anymore. Thanks to these offshore bookie services the old More >

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