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2014 NFL Betting Tips: Week 6

Week five in the NFL was a step in the right direction. My record last week was 3-1, with the Washington Redskins letting me down late to a perfect week. My prediction with the Kansas City Chiefs winning outright against the San Francisco 49ers wasn’t a complete disaster, as the Chiefs covered. I will be […]

If the Playoffs Started Today – NFL Week 5

Five weeks into the season, and there are no unbeaten teams left. While plenty of teams are doing well, there haven’t been any teams that have emerged as big favorites as of yet. Injuries are taking their toll, and others just aren’t performing as well as was expected. It’s a turbulent time, so let’s look […]

If the Playoffs Started Today – NFL Week 4

For most teams, the NFL season is already a fourth of the way done. The Raiders have a new coach. Seattle has already suffered a rough upset. Injuries are continuing to be an issue across the league. All the domestic violence in the news has led to stars being cut or banned and multiple press […]

Patriots Trade QB Ryan Mallett to Houston Texans, report says

The Ryan Mallett era in New England has come to an end. The Patriots have traded the fourth year quarterback to the Houston Texans for a sixth-round draft pick. Mallett failed to impress in this his fourth training camp, and has never really been a good fit for the Patriots system. With the Texans starting […]

Who Might Trade for Ryan Mallett?

The New England Patriots in the 3rd round of the 2011 draft selected QB Ryan Mallett from Arkansas. Most experts have speculated Mallett to be traded this season, considering he is entering his final year of his rookie contract and the Pats just drafted another quarterback in Jimmy Garoppolo. While, Mallett has shown some chops […]

Patriots Select QB Jimmy Garoppolo With the 62nd Pick; What Happens to Mallett?

The Patriots calmly waited for their ideal development QB, Jimmy Garoppolo from Eastern Illinois (Tony Romo’s alma mater). He was the fifth quarterback taken in the draft. The Patriots selected him over notable SEC quarterbacks AJ McCarron, Aaron Murray, and Zach Metternberger.

Ryan Mallett to be Traded to Texans? We’ll see…

Might the Houston Texans be involved in a trade with the Patriots for quarterback Ryan Mallett? According to several (sometimes conflicting) reports, the Texans are interested in trading for Mallett assuming they draft Jadeveon Clowney with the No. 1 pick in Thursday’s NFL Draft. Bill O’Brien, Mallett’s former quarterback coach and offensive coordinator in New […]

Johnny Manziel Visits Red Sox Spring Training Camp

With the 2014 NFL Draft approaching, everyone is wondering what jersey Johnny Manziel will don. Will it be the Houston Texans with the #1 overall pick? The Jacksonville Jaguars? How about the Boston Red Sox? Johnny Football temporarily switched allegiances on Saturday when he visited the team’s facilities in Fort Myers, sporting a #2 Red […]

Former Patriots Coordinator Bill O’Brien Reportedly Next Head Coach of Texans

ESPN is reporting that former Patriots offensive coordinator and current Penn State coach Bill O’Brien is going to become the next head coach of the Houston Texans. These promotions of former Patriots coaches always makes me wonder how Bill Belichick reacts to his former coordinators becoming his equal (if there is such a thing with […]

Another Spygate? Texans’ Antonio Smith Suspicious of Patriots

Houston Texan Antonio Smith clearly got his bell rung a few too many times during Sunday’s Patriots’ game. He claims that Bill Belichick somehow secretly spied on the Texans, which helped Tom Brady and the boys win the game in the second half. Correct me if I am wrong, but Belichick and the offensive and […]

Ed Reed, Patriots A Good Match

There’s no reason why the New England Patriots shouldn’t at least talk to Ed Reed about the possibility of joining the team. The Patriots don’t need Reed and Reed doesn’t need the Patriots, but they would be a good fit together. Who is Ed Reed? Reed is pretty much unanimously a Hall-of-Fame player and he’s […]

Fantasy Football Start ‘Em, Sit ‘Em: Week 6

The regular season is almost halfway done for fantasy owners and Week 6 could make or break your season if you are below .500. Below are some players who will make great production against their opponents in the sixth week of the season. Start ‘Em Cam Newton (vs. Minnesota): Newton struggled with multiple picks and a […]

Patriots Should Sign Ex-Raven Pollard

On Wednesday, the Baltimore Ravens continued dismantling its Super Bowl Champion roster (so painful to type) by releasing strong safety Bernard Pollard, the seventh player lost from last year’s team. Now that the Ravens’ leading tackler is on the market as a free agent, the New England Patriots shouldn’t hesitate for a second to sign that man. But […]

Jonathon Joseph Thinks Texans are Still Better than the Patriots… Really!?!

Reported by WEEI’s Jerry Spar, Jonathon Joseph was quoted with the following: “For whatever reason, we didn’t advance… I still can’t put that over because I think we were a better team. I think we just didn’t make the plays at the right time… Just four or five plays,” he said. “You take a few of those plays that they […]

Positives and Negatives: Brady Sets All-Time Postseason Wins Mark

With a win on Sunday against the Houston Texans, Tom Brady has become the all-time leading winner in postseason history. It came against a Texans team who still looked like they didn’t belong at the big kids’ table, as they were handily defeated by a score of 41-28, but it never really felt that close. Overall, there […]