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By Razor Sharp Sports

The biggest single sporting event of the year is by far the Super Bowl and one of the biggest proofs of that is what Vegas does with it. Everyone has seen some Super Bowl proposition bets. From 1st half lines to total first downs to the first holding penalty. But it isn’t just those. As a matter of fact, in my 20+ years in this business I have seen this segment of the game grow and grow. For years, Freeplays.com has put together a compilation of these Super Bowl Props. They used to put together 10-15 pages of about 150 Super Bowl props and sold them. But where does it end. It kept growing and growing. The number of props is almost endless, so instead of putting out more and charging more, Freeplays.com decided to cut it down to about the 50 main props and make it free to everyone on their page. These should be up by Tuesday evening or Wednesday morning. Still as I mentioned before there are so many props out there. I wanted to let you know how crazy they can get. So here are the funniest, wildest props that I could find on this Sunday’s Big Game!

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Jan
27
Filed Under (Totals 4U) on 27-01-2015 and tagged

By Totals 4 U

Hey, Sports Fans!

We are right in the heart of conference basketball season and we have been – completely immodestly – killing the books (another win last night with Cuse/Heels over by 37 1/2) from the campuses! True, many players overlook the NCAA basketball Totals in favor of the sides but, the pros will tell you, the larger edges are found on the Over/Under side. Tonight, let’s look at Texas A&M @ Auburn…

Texas A&M (13-5, 4-2 SEC, RPI 32): The Aggies are riding a 4 game win streak in SEC play with Coach Bill Kennedy masterfully rotating a lineup as deep as they come. 4 starters averaging 8 points and 4 boards or better per game plus another 6 players racking between 3-6 points per contest and ripping nearly 14 boards per trip from the bench.

No less than 10 Aggies have a double-digit game under their belt this season with much thanks to the SEC’s returning and current assist leader, 6’5″ G Alex Caruso (9.2p, 4.5r, 5.3a), while 6’7″ Danuel House provides the explosiveness and 3-balls and 6’9″ Kourtney Roberson (7.9p, 5.3r) is automatic, recording 11 games this season with 1 missed field goal or less!

Auburn (10-9, 2-4 SEC, RPI 147): The Tigers couldn’t provide a better contrast as Coach Bruce Pearl has been in the process of completely re-working this squad according to his extremely successful (472-154 in 20 seasons) game plan.

Last season’s 30-game starting point guard, Tahj-Shamsid-Deen now guards the bench while Pearly builds around the trio of the SEC’s top returning scorer, 6’4″ G KT Harrell (17.4p), the SEC’s top board man, 6’7″ 278 F Cinmeon Bowers (13.5p, 11.4r), and college basketball’s top returning scorer in 6’1″ G Antoine Mason who averaged 25.6 points per game last year with the Purple of Niagara.

A team on it’s way to competing in a major conference but the highway numbers are still simply appalling. 9-2 at home with 76.8 points per game while allowing 68.6. 0-6 on the road scoring 54.4 per game while allowing 67.3. READ THOSE NUMBERS AGAIN! Plenty of home-cooking at this level but shooting .446 at Auburn Arena versus .340 away is…is…well, make up your own adjective.

Click here to Get Your Aggies/Tigers Free Pick!

- TD at Totals 4 You

Jan
26
Filed Under (Jim Feist) on 26-01-2015

Poker Face Feist LEFT by Jim Feist

Click for Proline Video: Super Bowl Preview

The great Patriots offense against the dominant Seahawks defense! Where have we heard this tune before? It’s another Super Bowl clash of styles, one that went Seattle’s way last season in a 43-8 laugher….as an underdog. This is the second straight season that the top seeds in each conference have met in the big game, but that hasn’t been the norm, either.  Read the rest of this entry »

Jan
21
Filed Under (Razor Sharp Sports) on 21-01-2015

By Razor Sharp Sports

With a week and a half before we all focus on Arizona for Super Bowl 49 it is time to start collecting and compiling our Super Bowl Prop Odds. Like we did last year we aren’t going to have as many as we have had in the past but we will offer what we do put together for free. These Props should be up and ready by next Tuesday.  I know there are some props up already but we will wait to get a bunch ready and make sure the odds are correct and even been adjusted. So for some of you that have never played the Super Bowl Props, are they worth the time and effort that have been put into compiling them and figuring out what to play? My answer is Yes, and let me tell you why.

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Jan
19
Filed Under (Jim Feist) on 19-01-2015

Jim Feist at vegas Sports Book  by Jim Feist

In the world of eleven to ten, there’s nothing quite like Super Bowl week. In this case, it’s two weeks, as the teams have two weeks to prepare for the Big Game. It’s also one of the most creative weeks of the sports betting season. While there’s only one game left on the football calendar, there are still ample opportunities for betting with hundreds of creative props by various oddsmakers.  Read the rest of this entry »

Jan
16
Filed Under (Mike Wynn) on 16-01-2015

By Mike Wynn Sports


Well we’re down to Championship Sunday and one thing is for certain and that is we won’t have a Super Bowl rematch as Denver was upset at home by Indianapolis extending the Colts straight up record over Denver to 10-4 and the ATS record to 11-3. Lets take a look at the two match ups for Sunday and we will start with the rematch of the season opener between Green Bay and Seattle.
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By Razor Sharp Sports

Back in Mid-August myself,along with a group of handicappers here on Freeplays.com made our predictions for the upcoming NFL and College Football season. I am happy to report that my prediction for the Super Bowl was better than last year, but then again it couldn’t have gotten much worse. This year at least I had one of my teams that I predicted in the Super Bowl make the playoffs. As for College Football I had two of the four teams in the College Final Four. I would have had three if Braxton Miller wounld have gotten hurt a week later. I had Ohio St in the Final Four originally, but took them out when Miller got hurt. So again I was off. Still some of our handicappers have done much better. Lets look at back at the predictions and see who did the best.

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Jan
12

Jim Feist at Ohio State stadium  by Jim Feist

This is it, the final weekend of games before the Super Bowl. The last month we’ve been hearing about playoff seedings, bye weeks and home field advantage. Are all those things really important? Historically it has been during the second round of the playoffs. Teams with the bye have home field advantage and two weeks to prepare, both of which are usually important edges this time of year.  Read the rest of this entry »

Jan
07
Filed Under (Razor Sharp Sports) on 07-01-2015

By Razor Sharp Sports

After a very exciting wildcard round of the NFL Playoffs, we all have to expect more of the same over the next few weeks. This weekend we have 4 Divisional Round games. Now this round is know for more blowouts than any other, but if you really do some research you may find something pretty interesting. I did a little digging and you may be amazed what I found out. Lets take a look.

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Jan
06
Filed Under (Mike Wynn) on 06-01-2015

By Mike Wynn Sports


Here we go with the trend report for the divisional playoff round. Generally a huge advantage for the home teams here as they’re not only the better teams by virtue of the season record but they also get that big week off to rest and heal players. As always there are 2 games Saturday and 2 games Sunday and we’ll start with the early Saturday matchup between Baltimore and New England.
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