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NFL Commissioner Just Fly By The Seat Of His pants

 

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Is It Just Me Or Does NFL Commissioner Just Fly By The Seat Of His Pants?

If Patriots Brady Takes His So-Called Deflate-gate Suspension To Court He is 1-9 To Win

NFL Pre-Season Winning Begins In Just 9 Days Guaranteed To Win $3,000

Thought For The Day
"Pro football is like nuclear warfare. There are no winners—only survivors."—
Frank Gifford, New York Giants Hall Of Fame Great

Roger Stokoe Goodell is the commissioner of the National Football League, its face out front and its mouth piece. He is paid $40 million a year to do the beck and call of the league's 32 teams and in essence do nothing. To say he is a figurehead is quite an under-statement and to suggest he is incompetent is certainly open for discussion.

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How to Learn from NFL Training Camp Media Coverage

 

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Kelso's Advanced Sports Betting: How to Learn from NFL Training Camp Media Coverage

NFL training camps will be opening up across the league this week. We're closing in quickly on the start of the 2015 exhibition slate. That makes this the ideal time to talk about how handicappers should monitor media coverage so they can make informed bets.

First...I want to talk about the big picture. Almost all media coverage initially is going to be about the outlook for the coming season. Nobody's focused yet on who's going to win or lose a Preseason game on the second Friday of August. The New England Patriots are going to be talking about whether or not they can repeat. Other playoff teams will talk about trying to go the distance. Non-playoff teams will talk about trying to reach the playoffs. The handful of really horrible teams will talk about how the draft or coaching changes will help them get back in the mix.

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Nationals-Mets Preview

For a team one day away from entering August in first place, a weekend visit to the club immediately behind it in the standings might generally be approached with a mindset of wanting to get out of town without losing any ground.

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Farmer: Browns approach won't change despite his suspension

BEREA, Ohio (AP) Even though he has been suspended for the first four weeks of the NFL's regular season, Browns general manager Ray Farmer said Friday his approach to building the roster during training camp and the regular season will not change.

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