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Oct
23
Filed Under (Mike Wynn) on 23-10-2014

By Mike Wynn Sports


Here we go with the trend report for week 8 of the NFL regular season and it gets underway with a key battle in the AFC West as San Diego travels to Denver to take on the red hot Denver Broncos and wraps up Monday with Washington at Dallas.
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By Razor Sharp Sports

So here we are in the middle of the football season and the World Series. Even though I am not considered the biggest fan of the NBA it is still time to do the work and get ready for the season. So with LeBron back in Cleveland, KD injured and out for at least an month and maybe Derrick Rose is ready to return to the Bulls, how will this season play out? Who are the favorites to win it all? Who are the surprise teams to make a move? Who are the teams that are going to ttake a step back?

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Oct
17

Poker Face Feist LEFT  by Jim Feist

Motivation is such an enormous part of athletic competition, particularly in college   sports where young players aren’t always as self-motivated as pros, who are playing for a paycheck. This is where coaches play such a huge roll, in harnessing situational spots for opportunities to get their football team supremely focused.  Read the rest of this entry »

Oct
17
Filed Under (Totals 4U) on 17-10-2014 and tagged

By Totals 4 U

Hey, Sports fans!

Six Games in and 6 Games to go
for much of college football’s great 128 chase for 4 tickets to the initial BCS Championship Tournament and already we’re down to just 6 squads with flawless records!

From the classic squabble over which undefeated teams get left out of the Championship Pair, it sure looks like the tussle this year will be over which 1-loss teams miss the Final Four!

Some damn fine 5-1 crews still on the board and have a superb shot but let’s take a look at the final group at 6-0…

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Oct
16
Filed Under (Mike Wynn) on 16-10-2014

By Mike Wynn Sports


Its already week 7 on the NFL regular season and it gets underway with an AFC East matchup Thursday when the NY Jets travel to Foxboro to take on the New England Patriots and closes out with Houston at Pittsburgh Monday night. Let’s get to the trends for the weekend starting with Thursday night’s game.
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By Razor Sharp Sports

Mid-October is the unofficial halfway point of the College football season. Most teams have played between 5-7 games. 6 teams in the FBS remain undefeated. Over the past decade or so one of the bigger criteria in winning the top individual award – the Heisman Trophy, you have to be part of one of the best teams in football. So with 6 teams remaining perfect we have seen a couple of new names emerge on the Heisman list. As I see it right now we are really looking at a 6 player race with a couple outside dark horses. Let’s take a look.

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Oct
09
Filed Under (Mike Wynn) on 09-10-2014

By Mike Wynn Sports


Here we go with Week 6 of the NFL season. The week starts Thursday night with Indianapolis at Houston and ends Monday night with San Francisco at St Louis. Let’s hope we finally get a Thursday night game that we can watch after the first quarter tonight.
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By Razor Sharp Sports

We are jsut over a week into the MLB playoffs and we have lost not one, not two but all four of the favorites to win the World Series! Everyone of the underdogs of the League Division Series pulled the upset. So there will be no Kershaw, no Verlander, no Strasburg, or no Weaver on the mound for the rest of the year. Heading into the playoffs we had a couple teams that looked like they were stacked for a World Series run with incredible starting pitching but that wasn’t to be.

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Oct
05

Poker Face Feist LEFTby Jim Feist

A few weeks ago a big NFC South matchup took place on national TV between the Bucs and Falcons, two teams with something to prove off 4-12 campaigns. Many were expecting a close duel between these rivals. Atlanta turned the ball over 4 times — at home, no less! So did the visitors hang close as a big dog? No, Atlanta won 56-14!
What happened? Tampa Bay was even worse, turning it over 5 times along with 11 penalties for 110 yards. Throw in the 488 yards the Falcons rolled up and you can see why it was a blowout.  Read the rest of this entry »

Oct
01
Filed Under (Mike Wynn) on 01-10-2014

By Mike Wynn Sports


Week 5 gets underway way in the Black and blue division as minnesota travels to Lambeau Field to take on the Green Bay Packers. Both teams sitting in second in the divisional with identical 2-2 records so Thursday night’s game becomes a big one for both teams. Let’s take a look at the trends for this game as well as the rest of the weekend in NFL football.
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