If you are new to sports betting it can be daunting, as well as being fun and exciting. There are so many different sports to bet on, and so many different bets that you can place. For instance, betting on
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With just three weeks remaining in the NFL regular season, the playoff picture is far from clear, especially in the AFC where eight teams remain in the hunt for a coveted Wild Card berth. Entering Week 15, the Pittsburgh Steelers
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So it’s midway through the year and time for my mid-season recap. I went back and read through my AFC and NFC previews to see how I’ve done so far. Considering my tendencies for rash decisions and stubbornness, I’m pretty
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So I need to vent about Brett Favre. I can’t stand this guy and I’m sure most of you can’t either.
Can you believe it’s week 6 already? What’s the deal, football? Stop going by so quickly!
So after 3 weeks of football, for the most part, you have a pretty good grasp of how the rest of the season is going to play out. You know which teams are contenders and which teams are garbage. You
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After week 2, I was a little disappointed, but I wouldn’t call my performance a disappointment. Does that make any sense?
ACo is the Sports Chump’s first ever contributing writer. As a recent graduate of the University of Michigan, ACo has resorted to blogging to help dull the pain of going from frat life to corporate monotony.
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Here’s part 2 of my NFL preview. To see part one click here. NFC East Gotta be the best division in football, right?
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Here is part 1 (AFC) of my two part NFL preview. I debated picking projected records, grading off seasons or just delivering instructions on how to knit a Bill Belichick Patriots cut off sweatshirt (to be used as bonfire kindling
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