Your NFL Betting Picks Represent a Huge Entertainment Market Share

Sports betting is a growth industry. The amount of money wagered on sports has increased over the years to new heights. Total bets set new records each year. NFL betting along with NCAAF and NBA betting is more for entertainment purposes than profits since most bettors lose over the season. Your NFL picks are part […]

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Can the Early 2017 NFL Season Overcome a Ratings Slump

The early NFL season has seemed on the verge of decline and early ad booked revenues are moving at a slow pace which indicates advertisers are spending less money on football viewers. An early season ratings dip in 2016 convinced some media critics that the tipping point had finally arrived but the numbers recovered somewhat. […]

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Kansas City Chiefs Part with John Dorsey, Extend Reid

In a surprise move, the Kansas City Chiefs announced Thursday that they had agreed to a contract extension with head coach Andy Reid, while parting ways with four-year general manager John Dorsey. The decision comes amidst recent controversy about the release of wide receiver Jeremy Maclin who stated in an interview that Dorsey left him a voicemail […]

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Warren Sapp, CTE, and the NFL’s Dirty Secret

Hall of Famer Warren Sapp announced Tuesday that he intends to donate his brain to the Concussion Legacy Foundation when he dies. He said he made the decision because “I wanted this game to be better when I left than when I got into it.” Sapp is just one in a long line of NFL […]

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Jags’ Rookie Leonard Fournette Ready for the Big Time

Playing at one of the most storied institutions in college football, Leonard Fournette was oft compared to some of the biggest names to come out of LSU. Fans who’d been watching the Tigers for over fifty years called him the best back in school history. The 6’1″, 232-pound back played three seasons for Louisiana State […]

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