Tag Archive: sports

Jan 26

Ted Wells says #DeflateGate investigation won’t be a quick one

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So much for having #DeflateGate tied up in a neat little bow before Super Bowl XLIX kicks off. Ted Wells, who is leading the league’s investigation, said it will be some time before he’s ready to release any findings about the fluctuations in ball pressure heard round the world. http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/category/rumor-mill/

Jan 26

Brent Grimes’s wife goes off on the NFL


Dolphins cornerback Brent Grimes played well in the Pro Bowl on Sunday, but he was not named the game’s Most Valuable Player. That has Grimes’s wife very unhappy. As a result, Miko Grimes went off on an epic Twitter rant against the NFL on Monday afternoon, starting off with complaints about Grimes missing out on …

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Jan 18

What Options are Available for Real Money Football Betting?

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Football is a popular sport in the US. It is also beginning to gain some presence in other countries on the globe. It is no wonder then that betting companies have taken advantage of the huge football fan base within and beyond America. Gamblers do not just bet on football games for fun. Real money …

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Jan 16

2015 NFL Draft Projection


Only four teams remain in the fight for the Super Bowl title. The Indianapolis Colts, Green Bay Packers, New England Patriots, and Seattle Seahawks all vie for the trophy that will represent a 2014 season of devotion, sportsmanship, and teamwork, and athleticism. The offseason is here for the remaining twenty-eight teams, who are looking to …

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Jan 14

The Sports Bank.net: Jimmy Butler, Pau Gasol have been Bulls stars this year


It’s been reported that the Chicago Bulls will give Jimmy Butler a max contract this offseason. The way he’s played, probably one of the three best two guards in the league, give that man a max contract! Jimmy Butler and Pau Gasol need to be the Chicago Bulls All-Star selections this year; not Derrick Rose …

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Jan 12

The Sports Bank.net: Pelicans Anthony Davis GUARANTEES Kentucky national title


Anthony Davis is no stranger to making big guarantees. At a summer USA Basketball event, he predicted that his New Orleans Pelicans would make the NBA playoffs this year (podcast here). He also referred to Beyonce as “his future wife.” (audio of this here) We’re sure he was, at least half, joking about the second …

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Jan 12

No Guts, No Glory: Congressman Paul Ryan trolls Chris Christie after Packers win

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New Jersey governor*Chris Christie took a lot of heat when he was shown hugging Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones after the Cowboys’ wildcard victory. After the Cowboys lost to the Green Bay Packers today, most were hoping to get a shot of Christie in Jones’s suite. Of course, that has happened, and a friend of …

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Jan 12

The Sports Bank.net: John Fox becomes leading Chicago Bears coaching candidate


Heading into the NFL divisional playoff weekend, it wasn’t widely well-known how much Denver Broncos Coach John Fox and Executive Vice President John Elway truly hated each other. Then yesterday morning came, and Jay*Glazer was the first to report on FOX NFL Sunday that in the event of a loss to the Indianapolis Colts, there …

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Jan 07

The Sports Bank.net: Katy Perry, Carrie Underwood Super Bowl prop betting opens


The scourge of Katy Perry has already destroyed ESPN College Gameday; she’s coming to get the Super Bowl next. Maybe it’s too late. Last year was the year that the Super Bowl officially jumped the shark and went from compelling to over-marketed, over-hyped corporate crapola. And then the actual game happened. When I get to …

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Jan 02

The Sports Bank.net: SEC football crashing out at “SEC Speed” this bowl season


Everyone is piling on SEC football right now. Before we join in, let’s take a moment to remind everyone how/why we got here. SEC football is exceptional. With it comes SEC football exceptionalism; and it’s something that the SEC football communities love to remind you of. This will be the first time since 2005 that …

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