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Wednesday, October 30, 2013

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Tuesday, October 29, 2013

MLB Odds: World Series within Reach for Boston Red Sox

The Boston Red Sox are a win away from their third World Series title in 10 years and are perfectly set up to walk away victorious at Fenway Park – no wonder they’re favorites on the MLB moneyline heading into Game 6.

It’s been a wild ride for both Boston and the St. Louis Cardinals so far this week, one that’s put two of the most dominant MLB clubs of the past decade through the ringer. Now with an end in sight, St. Louis and their young manager Mike Matheny will have to find a way to respond.

While the Cardinals have dug themselves a whole heading into the final two series matchups, they’ve been mainstays atop the MLB futures for much of the season. Why? Because they have legitimate World Series experience.

Sure, there’s no guarantee that that translates over into success late in the best-of-seven, but the veteran attitude in the clubhouse certainly doesn’t hurt.

Home advantage has not panned out so far with Boston only going 1-1 at Fenway initially, and then St Louis going 1-2 when they hosted, so despite the "home advantage" the World Series is still up for grabs.

Can the Red Sox hold on in front of their faithful Beantown crowd when Game 6 unfolds Wednesday night? Expect John Lackey and Michael Wacha on the mound when we find out.

GAME 6 MONEY LINES : WED 30th Oct : 8:07pm.
-105 St Louis Cardinals (Pitcher : Michael Wacha  : W-L 4-1 : ERA 2.78)
-115 Boston Red Sox (Pitcher : John Lacey : W-L 10-13 : ERA 3.52)

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Sunday, October 13, 2013

NFL Betting: Three Things We Have Learned About The NFC East So Far

Once among the deepest and most competitive divisions in the NFL, the NFC East has a much different look to it early on this year as not a single team has a winning record through the first five weeks.

The Dallas Cowboys and Philadelphia Eagles are tied for the NFC East lead at 2-3, with the Washington Redskins and New York Giants owning just one win between them. The NFC East is certainly not nearly as good as most fans thought it would be, but that isn’t all that we have learned about this division.

Notable Lesson #1: The Giants Are Much Further Away Than Anyone Thought
One of the biggest surprises of the year has been the awful play of the Giants, which are one of four NFL teams that are still winless heading in to week six of the NFL season. A season that began with the hope that New York could play in the Super Bowl it will host this February has taken a straight nosedive, and that dream really has ended almost before it began.

The Giants are allowing an average of 36.4 point per game – easily the worst in the NFL, and the offense hasn’t been much better with Eli Manning already at a league-high 12 interceptions. Everything that could have gone wrong for New York has through the first five weeks, and what is clear is that the Giants are much further away from contending than anyone thought.

Notable Lesson #2: RGIII Is Human After All
The Redskins have won a game, but they aren’t much further ahead of the Giants in terms of the outlook for this season. Robert Griffin III missed the entire preseason, and it really affected his play when he returned to the field for week one.

Griffin is still cautious about his knee despite saying that he is at full strength, and that has to do with the mental side of the injury and getting back to full speed. Washington is 1-3 and will have a tough time climbing out of that early hole, and it’s clear now that RGIII is human after all.

Notable Lesson #3: Cowboys Could Finally Win Division Title
With the Giants out of it, the Redskins struggling, and the Eagles still trying to figure out how to play defense, the NFC East is wide open for Dallas to take this year.

The Cowboys have plenty of weapons on both sides of the ball including an offense that seems to finally be figuring it out with Tony Romo under center and a defense that will continue to improve under new coordinator Monte Kiffin.

Dallas is just 2-3 at this point, but the division is wide open and they certainly have the weapons to capture that elusive NFC East title this year if they can finally put it all together.

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Saturday, October 12, 2013

NFL Betting: Three Things We Learned About the NFC West So Far

Many football experts predicted that the NFC representative in the 2013-14 Super Bowl would come from the NFC West.

The San Francisco 49ers and Seattle Seahawks were supposed to go head to head all season long and leave everyone else in the dust. But when the season actually got underway, things did not go as planned.

The 49ers had problems winning games and the other teams in the NFC West refused to roll over and go away. There were a lot of things that we expected to see from the NFC West this season, but the reality is much different than what we thought.

Lesson #1: The Seahawks grew up fast.
The big question surrounding the Seattle Seahawks was whether or not the young team would be able to learn from its experiences last season. The Seahawks have proven to be consummate students of the game and have shown a level of maturity that most NFL teams do not possess. When faced with adversity, the Seahawks have been able to come out a winner in almost every occasion.

The loss that Seattle suffered in week five to the Indianapolis Colts would devastate most teams. But fans are confident that the Seahawks will use that loss to become a better and more dangerous football team.

Lesson #2: The San Francisco 49ers are human.
Everyone likes to come down on the 49ers because they are not 5-0 and ruling the NFC West, but people have to remember that Anquan Boldin is the only healthy starting receiver that the San Francisco 49ers have right now. The San Francisco defense is still adjusting to the indefinite loss of Aldon Smith, who was a huge part of the team’s front seven.

While the 49ers are definitely human, they are also showing the heart of a champion to rise above all of the problems they are having and to post a 3-2 record at this point in the season.

Lesson #3: The Arizona Cardinals never learn.
One of the lessons learned so far this season is that the Arizona Cardinals never learn. The team is 3-2 and nipping at the heels of the division-leading Seahawks. But this is the same position that the Cardinals were in at this point last season before the wheels came off.

The Cardinals are not putting together a core of young players that will develop into a winner. Instead, Arizona continues to sign older players who, many football experts feel, are past their prime. These veteran players are always going to start out strong for Arizona, but they will fade as the season wears on.

Until Arizona learns its lesson and starts building a younger team through the draft and free agency, it will always be like this for the Cardinals.

2013 NFC West Projected Champion: San Francisco 49ers +150

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