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Bills Patriots MNF Preview


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It's very difficult to run the table over 16 games in the NFL. Not only do the top teams invariably run into each other at some point. But, ANYBODY can rise up over 60 minutes and outplay a perceived power. We saw that last Monday night when the Houston Texans launched themselves back into the playoff picture with an upset of the then undefeated Cincinnati Bengals as a double digit underdog. Can the Buffalo Bills put a blemish on the undefeated record of the New England Patriots?

That seems a bit tougher because New England is better than Cincinnati! But, there are quite a few extra intangibles in the mix...

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The SEC Has Collapsed


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Kelso's Advanced Sports Betting: The SEC Has Collapsed!

Though an SEC team could very well win this season's national championship, continuing a general trend that's been going on for a decade (busted recently by Florida State and Ohio State), the conference as a whole is falling apart. This past Saturday saw a sequence of results that was, frankly, unimaginable as recently as a few weeks ago. Even though Alabama might be the best team in the nation...look what happened to these other SEC notables...

FLORIDA, who will be representing the SEC East in the conference championship game had to go overtime to beat Florida Atlantic. The Gators were favored by about 30 points! Little FAU won total yardage 299-252!

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Manning's absence extended as he's fitted with walking cast

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) Peyton Manning will spend the next week in a walking cast and is expected to miss at least two more games with a torn plantar fascia in his left foot.

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Navy-Houston Preview

While Houston enters its biggest game of the season with a hobbled quarterback, Navy's signal-caller might be feeling as good as ever going into possibly the most important contest in program history.