Free Thanksgiving Pick

On November 26, 2015, in Free Picks, NFL, by Stephen

Bears at Packers Under 45 Weather can always be a factor this time of year in Wisconsin. That’s going to be the case tonight when Green Bay hosts Chicago. The weather forecast is for 100 percent chance of rain. That’s going to make the surface at Lambeau Field very choppy and slow. The temperature could […]

Yes to Manziel; No to Pettine

On November 25, 2015, in NFL, by Stephen

Coming up is the worst NFL Monday night game of the season with 3-7 Baltimore at 2-8 Cleveland. The quarterback matchup is Matt Schaub against Josh McCown. Good luck ESPN trying to hype this one up. It didn’t have to be this way. Browns coach Mike Pettine could have stuck to his original plan of […]

Running Back Value Dwindling in Fantasy FB

On November 24, 2015, in NFL, by Stephen

Le’Veon Bell, Jamaal Charles, Arian Foster, Justin Forsett and Dion Lewis. All out for the season. Other stud running backs missing multiple games. Continued emphasis on passing rather than running. No, minimum running back strategy isn’t just a fad but is becoming the accepted way to play fantasy football. Loading up on receivers at the […]

NFL Dancing

On November 22, 2015, in NFL, by Stephen

Whenever I wanted to learn new dance moves when growing up I would watch “Soul Train.” Nowadays “Soul Train” has been replaced by NFL football. Where do Cam Newton and some of these guys come up with these dance moves? Being old school, I long for the old days when nobody would dare dance in […]

Nuggets at Spurs Free Play

On November 18, 2015, in Free Picks, NBA, by Stephen

Spurs minus 13 1/2 hosting Nuggets First let me say I like Nuggets coach Michael Malone. Unlike his predecessor, Brian Shaw, he’s a real coach. I didn’t think Malone got a fair shake in Sacramento. I also like Denver’s rookie point guard Emmanuel Mudiay – he’s on both of my Rotisserie teams – along with […]

Free Saturday CFB Play

On November 7, 2015, in Free Picks, NCAAF, by Stephen

Kansas at Texas Under 53 It takes a lot of offensive ineptness to get shut out by Iowa State. But Charlie Strong’s Texas squad managed to pull off the feat last week losing, 24-0. The Cyclones had allowed an average of 52 points per game during their last three games. Now the Longhorns host Kansas. […]