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The Vikings Pull Off a Mystifying Win Over the Saints with a Last-Second 61-yard Touchdown Pass

Case Keenum connected with Stefon Diggs to win the game in “walk off” fashion.

In a prevent defense, with time running out – you simply keep the receiver in front of you, let the receiver catch the ball and wrap him up. There is no need to panic. This blunder is inexplicable IMHO.


Source: http://www.businessinsider.com/vikings-miracle-touchdown-2018-1

Hey Cleveland Browns: Don’t Blow It!

This video is too funny…[for mature audiences only ]:

Watch Out For Khalil Mack’s Sack Attack


Quarterbacks better get the ball out – or else!

Source: http://www.espn.com/blog/nflnation/post/_/id/260626/khalil-macks-sack-attack-starting-to-warm-up-for-raiders

Ben Roethlisberger worries on Eli Manning benching

Source: http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2017/11/30/ben-roethlisberger-on-eli-mannings-benching-that-could-be-me/

OMG! Is Drew Brees the Real G.O.A.T?

 

The debate is far from settled, but we can make a case for why Saints quarterback Drew Brees deserves G.O.A.T. status over Brady, Manning, and Montana. Maybe Brady and Brees will meet
in the Super Bowl this year…

Source: http://www.complex.com/sports/2017/10/drew-brees-not-tom-brady-really-is-the-goat

VIDEO: 100 Best NFL Plays of 2016-7

 

5 insane win-probability swing plays of NFL Week 4 – 2017


A game-winning OT grab. A game-losing incompletion in the closing seconds. A game-changing sack. These are the plays that swung Week 4 in the NFL.

Source: http://www.espn.com/espn/feature/story/_/id/20886811/the-craziest-win-probability-swing-plays-nfl-week-4-2017

Game Preview: Patriots at Buccaneers – Here We Go….


The New England Patriots travel to Tampa Bay for a Thursday night game against the Buccaneers.

Source: http://www.patriots.com/news/2017/10/02/game-preview-patriots-buccaneers

Four Amazing Win-Loss Total OVER Wagers for NFL 2017

With training camp and the NFL preseason just a few weeks away surely you’re already gearing up to root for your favorite team.

It’s also more than likely that you’re certain of your team’s win-loss record for the season.

You’re not alone. Most sportsbooks have released their futures odds for NFL football betting and as expected there are some clear favorites.

But, which team will make it to Super Bowl LII in Minneapolis, Minnesota?

Will the Falcons or Patriots make it back to the big game? Or is there another team that will surprise?

To be certain, it’s impossible to predict the future. And, these predictions will likely be more wrong than right.

But, that doesn’t mean we can’t count on a few relevant factors:

It’s likely the Patriots, Steelers and Packers will all have at least 12 wins this season. It’d be hard to argue that these organizations are among the best in the league and they’ll likely do well in their weak divisions.

The Chiefs, Cowboys, Giants, and Raiders might also have at least 12 wins, but because the NFC East plays the AFC West this year it means they’ll be locking horns throughout the entire season and that has to be taxing.

As far as the AFC South and NFC South teams are concerned, they’re pretty much even and might have some surprises in store for us all.

Anyhow, here are some predictions for the 2017 NFL season:

New England Patriots OVER 12.5

The Patriots have lost just about three times per season in their last seven years. That’s including three trips to the big game and two championship rings.

So long as nothing happens to Brady, fans can count they’ll be good for at least 12 wins. They have a difficult test in Week 10 against the Broncos and then the following week against the Raiders in Mexico City, but if they can get past those two games they’ll be fine.

Pittsburgh Steelers OVER 10.5

The Steelers offense is among the best in the league with their deadly trio of Roethlisberger, Bell and Brown.

If Bell can stay healthy all season, they should breeze through the first five games. Their big test comes in Week 15 when they face the Patriots, but by that time they should have already accrued many more wins than the line is at right now.

Oakland Raiders OVER 9.5

Should Derek Carr heal well from his leg injury, the Raiders should be good for at least 11 wins. Three of their first four games are on the road, which will be difficult for them to win, but they should pull through with at least two wins. They also have a difficult game against the Chiefs in Week 7, but if Carr plays well they’ll get through it.

Denver Broncos OVER 8.5

If Trevor Siemian can be consistent, the Broncos are good for at least 11. But, if he plays as he did in the second half of last year’s season it’ll be a short year for the Broncos. They have a trap game in Week 9 versus the Eagles, with a game against Kansas City the previous week and one against the Patriots in the following week. But they’ll pull through.