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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
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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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
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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By Razor Sharp Sports

With the semi-final games still fresh in my mind I have to say, I am already loving College Football Playoff action! Both games didn’t come down to the wire but still were very entertaining to watch. The Rose Bowl was exciting, going back and forth early before the turnovers caught up to Florida St and Oregon blew things open. The Sugar Bowl was awesome with Ohio St and Alabama going head-to-head for 60 minutes! With that being said, we still have another game to go. The National Championship Game in 10 days on a stage all by themselves! The playoffs have combined the excitement of a playoff with the pageantry of the Big Bowls! It is already an improvement to the BCS Championship Game and the past Bowl system that picked a champion after the games. Still that doesn’t mean that improvements still can’t be made. Going to 8 teams would make it even better. Lets see what you think.

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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
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
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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Nov
19

By Razor Sharp Sports

After suffering thru years and years of the BCS BS we finally got our College Football playoff and it looks like it is going to work out just fine. Now it is time to make it even better. They had given us so many different excuses why we needed the BCS and why we couldnt have a playoff. Now that we have the playoff lets look at how those excuses weren’t real and how we could take things even farther to make a good thing better.

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Nov
12
Filed Under (Razor Sharp Sports) on 12-11-2014

By Razor Sharp Sports

With the College Basketball season about to get underway this Friday night the discussion of a Perfect Season comes into play. After a couple of exhibition games there is talk the the new stable of thoroughbreds that John Calapari has in Kentucky could make a run at perfection. Each year it seems like this conversation comes up about a team or two but it hasn’t happened since Bobby Knight and his Indiana Hoosiers did it back in the 1975-76 season. As a matter of fact, there has only been 8 teams all-time that have gone undefeated and won the NCAA tournament or NIT tournament. In 1939 Long Island University won the NIT Tournament as the National Champion. At the time it was more prestigious than the NCAA. Since the Associated Press first released their Pre-Season Top-20 in 1961, five teams have had perfect seasons (UCLA in 1964, 1967, 1972, 1973 and Indiana in 1976). Of the five, the 1964 UCLA Bruins were the only team not to be ranked #1 in the AP Pre-Season Poll. So can this year’s #1 do it? Well lets take a look at Kentucky and others that stand in there way.

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