September 2012

Predicting the NFL- My Miserable Failure

updated September 20, 2012by September 20, 2012

  [maxbutton id=”11″]   Now that I’ve completely failed in my predictions about the Giants vs Panthers game last night, it’s time for me to build on my laurels and toss out a few more predictions about this coming weekend. Remember, if you bet the house on my NFL expertise you’ll wind up cold and […]

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NFL Fans a Little Overboard – Get a Life

updated September 20, 2012by September 20, 2012

  [maxbutton id=”11″]   Let’s get a few things straight. 1) The Redskins are a pretty good team now that they have Robert Griffin III. At least they have a much better shot at winning than they did before he came. 2) I’m not seeing a Super Bowl contender. maybe next year or the year […]

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NFL Tickets – Giants at Panthers Preview – Let’s Pretend

updated September 20, 2012by September 20, 2012

  [maxbutton id=”11″]   Since I’m constantly writing about NFL tickets, which are the best, which are available, and which NFL tickets carry the most bang for the buck, I thought it would be nice to take a look at this Thursday Night Game and pretend just for a minute,….hold on…that I actually know something. […]

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NFL Tickets – Rankings are Fun

updated September 19, 2012by September 19, 2012

  [maxbutton id=”11″]   The NFL Rankings are out this week from ESPN. You can find them here. Of course it’s still way early in the season and if you went and looked at last season’s rankings at this time I doubt if you’d find the New York Giants anywhere near the top and they […]

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49ers Tickets – It’s Still About Defense

updated September 17, 2012by September 17, 2012

  [maxbutton id=”11″]   There were plenty of fans worried about the San Francisco 49ers in the preseason. For a team whose defense carried them all season long, things were looking like they were unraveling. But it obviously isn’t so as the 49ers still seem to be the toughest defense in the NFL, keeping a […]

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