Why the Packers beat the Bears

On September 24, 2014, in NFL, by Stephen

Packers minus 1 1/2 at Bears Chicago limps home after two back-to-back gutty road victories, using a huge second-half to upset San Francisco and getting past the Jets this past Monday night. What awaits the Bears is a hungry Packers squad that will get its prolific offense in gear in this matchup. The Bears could […]

Adrian Peterson Fantasy FB Bad Beat

On September 19, 2014, in NFL, by Stephen

Hope you weren’t one of those fantasy football owners like Michael who had the misfortune of taking Adrian Peterson in the first round and Ray Rice a few rounds later. So last week Michael goes into the free agent pool to replace Peterson and lo-and-behold comes up with – Jonathan Dwyer. Hopefully for Michael’s sake […]

A Government License to Steal

On September 19, 2014, in NFL, by Stephen

Did you read where one gambler came within the Colts covering against the Eagles of winning $100,000 on the Delaware Sports Lottery? This bettor put up $5 to win the six figures knowing he had to pick all 15 Sunday/Monday NFL games correctly against the spread. This was one of 4,500 $5 15-team NFL parlays […]

Free Saturday CFB Play

On September 5, 2014, in NCAAF, by Stephen

Colorado minus 17 at Massachusetts Colorado has a young defense, a 2-31 road record since 2008 and is playing on the East Coast at an early start time. So why lay this many points with the Buffaloes? Because they are playing Massachusetts! The Minutemen are atrocious, so bad they are being kicked out of the […]

NFL Week 1 Overrated/Underrated Injuries

On September 4, 2014, in NFL, by Stephen

Welcome to my first of what will be a weekly Nover’s View on overrated/underrated NFL injuries for the week’s games. Here’s a look at five for Week 1. Packers-Seahawks (Thursday) Injury: Packers center JC Tretter out. Rookie Corey Linsley starts. Perception: The Packers are in deep trouble playing at the toughest outdoor setting in the […]