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NFL Betting at America’s Bookie – Chargers Would Like to Have Ball a Little More Against Broncos

NFL Betting at America's Bookie - Chargers Would Like to Have Ball a Little More Against Broncos

By Charles Jay It was a very strange afternoon for the San Diego Chargers last Sunday. And ...

Bookmakers growing weary of constant NFL prime-time bailouts

Bookmakers growing weary of constant NFL prime-time bailouts

By The Rex Factor On paper, nothing seemed too off in Week 7 NFL action. There were 15 ...

NFL Who’s Hot and Who’s Not – Week 8

NFL Who’s Hot and Who’s Not - Week 8

By Dave Schwab It is Week 8 in the NFL and while Denver continues to set the pace ...

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By Charles Jay It was a very strange afternoon for the San Diego Chargers last Sunday. And every member of that offensive unit would probably admit that they didn’t expect that they would be sitting for long stretches at a time. But that is exactly what they were relegated to, and the last thing they want to do is go through it again, as they line up against the Denver Broncos in NFL betting action that is slated to get underway at 8:25 PM ET at Mile High’s Sports Authority Field. The idea that San Diego had the ball for only continue
By The Rex Factor On paper, nothing seemed too off in Week 7 NFL action. There were 15 games this week, just as there have been the last three weeks since the byes started popping up on the schedule. The favorites went 7-8 against the spread, with half of the dog covers coming as outright winners. Away teams went 7-8 ATS as well, and OVERS went 7-8 against UNDERS. Nothing stands out, except it does. Through seven weeks of the season, most offices are falling into three traps. One, they’re getting ambushed on the Thursday night game and being behind the 8-ball continue
It’s time to start looking at the schedule for the National Football League. This is Week 8 of the season, as we are nearing the halfway point of the season. We do not have any unbeaten teams, and just the Oakland Raiders have yet to win a game in 2014. Let’s take a look at the schedule for Week 8: The first game on Thursday will feature two teams out of the AFC West. These two teams both made the playoffs a season ago. The San Diego Chargers will play at the Denver Broncos. San Diego is 5-2 on the season, continue
Canton, OH (SportsNetwork.com) – Former NFL general managers Bill Polian and Ron Wolf have been selected as finalists for the 2015 Pro Football Hall of Fame class under the newly-created contributors category. The two Super Bowl-winning executives will have their candidacies reviewed by the Hall of Fame’s Contributor Selection Committee on Jan. 31. They will need to receive 80 percent of votes cast to receive enshrinement. Polian was the architect of the AFC powerhouse Buffalo Bills teams of the early 1990s that went continue
(SportsNetwork.com) – Peyton Manning didn’t have much time to savor his latest NFL record. The reigning and five-time NFL MVP and his Denver Broncos will kick off Week 8 of the NFL season when they try to keep their penthouse view atop the AFC West against Philip Rivers and the San Diego Chargers on “Thursday Night Football.” The contest comes just four days after Manning broke Brett Favre’s record for most career touchdown passes against the San Francisco 49ers and it will feature two of the NFL’s best quarterbacks going head to head. Manning currently leads the league in continue