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Dec
19
Filed Under (Totals 4U) on 19-12-2014 and tagged

By Totals 4 U

Hey, Sports Fans!

All jacked up at Totals 4 You on the doorstep of your 2014-2015 College Bowl Season! The campus extravaganza kicks off Saturday morning to launch a dynamite 3+ week march to your National Championship Game on January 12th in Dallas. Let’s look at the outline opening day…

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Dec
18
Filed Under (Mike Wynn) on 18-12-2014

By Mike Wynn Sports


Here we go with the trends for Week 16 of the NFL regular season. An ugly matchup Thursday night with Tennessee and Jacksonville, but then 2 games Saturday, a full card Sunday and a nice Denver and Cincinnati matchup to wrap it up on Monday night.
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Dec
17

By Razor Sharp Sports

The crazy and exciting world of College Football Bowl Season gets underway this weekend. I don’t know if you can hear the sarcasm in my voice as I typed that first line. To me there are way too many Bowl games. The only reason that there are 76 teams still playing this season is money. Don’t tell me that there is truly a reason to have 36 meaningless bowl games to go along with the 4 playoff teams. College Football has turned into Pop Warner where everyone gets a participation ribbon. Still with that being said, there are a few games coming up that have interest. Lets take a look at some of the better match-ups.

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Dec
16
Filed Under (Jim Feist) on 16-12-2014

Poker Face Feist LEFT  by Jim Feist

NFL parity is alive and well in 2014!  The Chiefs had a terrific run, storming into first place….until the 0-10 Raiders stunned them, 24-20.  Jacksonville has had another miserable season, but the lone victory during a terrible start was in mid-season against Cleveland, 24-6 — the same Browns team that has been contention for a division title all year.  Even the laughable Jets found a way to thump the Steelers, 20-13, and nearly pulled off a win at the Patriots as a big dog, a 27-25 defeat, missing a last second field goal.  Read the rest of this entry »

Dec
12
Filed Under (Razor Sharp Sports) on 12-12-2014

By Razor Sharp Sports

We have come down to the final 3 weeks of the NFL regular season and this year more than most could decide the full playoff picture. Many times at this point we are talking about players sitting out and getting healthy because homefield and bye teams have been decided. Instead this year we don’t have one team that has even locked up a playoff spot yet. 3 teams have a chance to lock up the division this week in New England, Indianapolis and Denver but they will still be battling for the bye week and home-field advantage. Not only will these teams battle for the top spots there are so many battles just to make the playoffs. So what is the big deal? There are the top teams and everyone else right? I mean the Packers, Seahawks, Patriots or Broncos are the best in the league and one of them will face another for the Super Bowl, RIGHT?? Well if history has anything to say about it, you may want to wait on locking in the Super Bowl match-up. Lets take a look at what the past has shown us.

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Dec
12
Filed Under (Totals 4U) on 12-12-2014 and tagged

By Totals 4 U


Hey, Sports fans!

Much of the coast to coast travel is in the books for the National Football League as most teams now turn their sights on Divisional Rivals for the home stretch to playoff invitations. On the heels of Thursday night’s AFC West battle (congrats to all on Cards/Rams under), Sunday features no less than 10 huge divisional showdowns. Let’s take a look…

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Dec
11
Filed Under (Mike Wynn) on 11-12-2014

By Mike Wynn Sports


Here we go with week 15 of the NFL regular season. The week gets underway with Arizona at St Louis Thursday night then its a full schedule Sunday with 14 games and wraps up Monday night with New Orleans traveling to Chicago. Not a lot of great matchups this week but the games are still huge for anybody with playoff hopes and we’ll start with one of those playoff hopeful teams Arizona.
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Dec
10
Filed Under (Jim Feist) on 10-12-2014

Jim at USC by Jim Feist

Preseason prognosticators and handicapping analysis focuses in on what they expect to happen, based on the draft and offseason moves, but there are always surprises at the start of each season. Here’s a look at some of the early NBA teams off to impressive starts.  Read the rest of this entry »

Dec
04
Filed Under (Mike Wynn) on 04-12-2014

By Mike Wynn Sports


Its already week 14 of the regular season and that means were down to the final 4 weeks and it’s becoming do or die for some of these teams hoping to play in the post season. The week starts with Dallas at Chicago so let’s get to those trends for Thursday as well as the rest of the weekend right through Monday night’s Falcons/Packers matchup.
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Dec
02
Filed Under (Razor Sharp Sports) on 02-12-2014

By Razor Sharp Sports

When someone came up with the term “Wide-Open Race” the NFL right now was exactly what they were thinking about. Not just the AFC or the NFC. Both Conferences will more than likely come down to the last week to decide the teams that get the byes and home-field advantage throughout the playoffs. If that wasn’t enough, 6 of the 8 divisions have races with less than a game and a half lead between 1st and 2nd and no division leader with more than a 2 game lead. So that will be crazy. Oops did I forget to mention that currently 6 teams sitting at 7-5 fighting for the final wildcard spot in the AFC and they are one game the other wild card San Diego at 8-4. The NFC is a little easier with only 3 teams ties at 8-4 battling for the two wildcard sports with San Francisco a game back at 7-5. So how will things play out? Lets take a look.

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