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Could you imagine that the sports that you play could make you a millionaire? Sports were once something you do to relax, have a rest from a daily routine. It was never considered a serious job. Let us take a closer look at to what sports offer other than just some physical training and a break from reality.
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The Carolina Panthers are a 5.5 point and -200 (bet $200 to win $100) favorite over the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl 50, and rumors are the public thinks they’ll roll.  Anywhere from 70-80% of the money in Vegas is being bet on Cam Newton’s squad.  Maybe you don’t have a rooting interest in either team, though, and want a little more action on the game than your average box pool.  If that’s the case, some of these obscure prop bets are for you. Read the rest of this entry »



The Denver Broncos come into the Super Bowl with a 12-4 regular season record, and a 2-0 postseason record, putting them at 14-4 on the year. That record is good for the best in the entire AFC, but sadly, in the NFC, their competitors beat them out with a 17-1 total record. The Broncos are a strange team to have in the Super Bowl because throughout the season they haven’t really looked “spectacular”. Their veteran leadership has won them games time and time again, and they’ve barely scathed by a few teams. This quality is what makes them a dark horse with the best Super Bowl odds.

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During the 4th quarter of the NFC Championship game, Carolina Panthers LB Luke Keuchley intercepted a Carson Palmer pass and took it to the house.  As Kuechly was celebrating with the fans, one of the fans flipped head over heels onto the field.

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One reason why teams fight so hard to win one of the two byes in their playoff brackets in each conference is that they get to rest while the other four wild card competitors fight for the right to meet them in the divisional round. In addition to the rest is the fact that so many division champs end up losing wild card round games to teams that had to fight and scrap to snatch the wild card in the last week or two. A lot of the #3 and #4 seed division winners either had poor records in a bad division (such as the Washington Redskins and Houston Texans this year) or they started strong but slumped down the stretch (such as the Bengals this year). A lot of wild card teams have historically ridden their momentum to reach the Super Bowl — and even to win it. Let’s take a look at the wild card teams this year that have the best Super Bowl odds. Read the rest of this entry »


Brian Urlacher Has Hair Now

January 5, 2016 by


Chicago Bears’ legend Brian Urlacher has hair now, and it’s kinda weird.  He’s the new spokesman for “Restore”, a company that specializes in Follicular Unit Extraction.  To see Urlacher with hair and to learn what the hell Follicular Unit Extraction is, continue reading.  Read the rest of this entry »

Aaron Hernandez

According to multiple sources, ex-New England Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez was moved to a segregated unit in prison after a shiv was found in his jail cell.  This is is the latest incident in an ongoing string of inmate misconduct involving the former NFL star.  The dude is literally living out every jail movie or TV show ever. Read the rest of this entry »


SB Trophy

This year will see the Super Bowl hit a 50 year milestone. This season is expected to be an epic one that should provide another great Super Bowl. As punters size up their NFL odds, we reflect on some of the greatest Super Bowl contests in history.

Unexpected dominance by the Seahawks in Super Bowl XLVIII.

The Seattle Seahawks sheer dominance over a formidable Denver Broncos side. The Broncos were left embarrassed as the Seahawks romped to a 43-8 victory. Many pundits recall Denver not bringing their A team to the game as many of their key defensive players were out. Whether the Broncos would have won the game with their key players is another story. Many argue that the game would have been more tightly matched. Despite the opinions, game is remembered as one of the most one-sided contests in Super Bowl history. Read the rest of this entry »


The Houston Texans cut crybaby backup QB Ryan Mallett today, and it’s about time.  To say the QB situation in Houston has been a complete dumpster fire would be putting it lightly.  Mallett has arguably been the worst QB to see extended action in the NFL this season, and missing the team flight to Miami this past weekend was the last straw. Read the rest of this entry »

These guys need something to cheer about.

There are few experiences that match being at the stadium for an NFL game. In a tightly contested matchup, the crowd reaction enhances the drama of the ups and downs of each play’s impact on the final score.

It can also be a badge of honor to have been at the stadium during the sport’s epic moments. How many people can say they were there when Franco Harris made the Immaculate Reception? What would it have been like to have seen Joe Montana connect with Dwight Clark for the game-winner against the Cowboys in person? Who experienced the excitement (or disappointment) of being in the stadium to see David Tyree make the most improbable of catches in Super Bowl XLII?

These are the kinds of moments that can make watching an NFL game in person a lifetime experience, but it comes with many disadvantages compared to watching a game on TV, especially in 2015. Read the rest of this entry »