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  • Although they were without Cam Newton in Week 1, the Carolina Panthers beat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and are now seeking a 3-0 start to the 2014 NFL season. The 1-1 Pittsburgh Steelers will stand in their way, but if Pittsburgh struggles to move the ball for the second straight week this could be another blowout and indication the Steelers aren't ready for a return to the postseason. +…
  • Expectations were high for Lovie Smith and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers during the pre-season, but an 0-2 start has proved the doubters right and the road only gets tougher as they will head North to face the pass-heavy Atlanta Falcons. The Falcons have looked like two different teams the first two weeks of the season, meaning the focus will be on the Buccaneers' defense and whether or not the Tampa 2 can contain Matt Ryan and company. +…
  • NFL Football Betting: Week #3 Picks and Predictions

    Posted by The Wiesguy on 9/16/2014 8:07:19 PM
    The NFL is going to be a wild ride this season, on and off the field. In off the field news it is anyone’s guess whether Viking RB Adrian Peterson is going to be playing any time soon. Now on the field, what the heck happened to the 49ers in the second half Sunday night and will the Redskins be able to survive the loss of RGIII, again? +…
  • Nobody will ever forget the butt fumble and every other punchline that the New York Jets have been a part of over the past few seasons. In fact, the list of bad jokes continues to grow. Trailing by a touchdown late in their week 2 game against the Green Bay Packers, Geno Smith delivered a perfect strike to Jeremy Kerley in the back of the endzone on fourth down to tie the game. +…
  • NCAA Football Betting: Week Four Picks

    Posted by The Wiesguy on 9/15/2014 9:04:30 PM
    Another week in the books and it mostly played to form. We were treated to a couple of nice upsets as Virginia Tech and USC saw their success of last week fade pretty quickly - one everyone saw coming but the other was a complete shock. I will let you decide which one was which. +…
  • Cinderfella Story Continues

    Posted by on 9/15/2014 9:03:53 PM
    The Cinderfella story known as California Chrome will be back in the handicappers’ focus this Saturday at Parx Racing in Philly as the winner of the first 2 legs of the Triple Crown returns in the 9-furlong $1 million Pennsylvania Derby. The son of Lucky Pulpit, who cost a little more than a song and a dance, only had 3 other breaks in his career. +…
  • Based on each team’s reputation this game might be the most exciting game of the year. There should be a lot of yards and points and some fun story lines about young quarterbacks and playoff sleepers. It is also a nice poster for the PAC 12 with the likes of Eagles coach Chip Kelly, Eagles QB Nick Foles and of course Colts quarterback Andrew Luck all being recent graduates of the conference. +…
  • The first Sunday is in the books and there has to be a lot of disappointed fans in Chicago after they watched the home team lose to the Buffalo Bills last week. To make matters worse the teams that were supposed to be on the bottom of the NFC North won meaning the Bears have to get their first victory this weekend. It won’t be easy in San Francisco against a team that is probably better offensively than they have been in years. +…
  • Pete’s Pick: Daring Dancer in Sands Point

    Posted by Pete Mitchell on 9/12/2014 9:25:40 PM
    It’s not often that we feature 3YO turf fillies in this space, but the Grade 2 Sands Point at Belmont Park on Saturday, with a purse of $500,000, is the most prestigious race of the weekend. Let’s take a closer look at the major players below. +…
  • Of all of the top teams you can make an argument that the Oklahoma Sooners have looked the strongest this season. Sure their competition has been light but while others have forced questions OU seems to have the answers, even if they haven’t really been tested. This week they welcome the Volunteers out of the SEC down to Norman. Tennessee is far from the conference’s best but they should at least be able to match the Sooners’ physicality more than their previous opponents. +…
  • Natalma Stakes

    Posted by on 9/11/2014 8:42:30 PM
    Handicappers will be tested at Woodbine on Saturday as a puzzle known as the Natalma Stakes will be run and it is a format for 12 juvenile fillies going a mile on turf. The race is very tough and wide open. This race is named for the dam of Northern Dancer, who was one of the greatest breeding influences ever. +…
  • After the elevator video of Ray Rice and his then fiancé was released for the public to see the Baltimore Ravens quickly reacted by releasing the veteran and former 1,000 yard rusher. Rice was already scheduled to miss this game thanks to his two-game league-mandated suspension, but now the running back is suspended indefinitely and no longer a part of the Ravens organization. +…
  • The Louisville Cardinals football team had plenty of turnover from the 2013 to 2014 season, but two key pieces who didn't return were the starting quarterback, and head coach. Teddy Bridgewater is now playing on Sunday's, and Charlie Strong is in Texas where his Longhorns have already suffered their first loss of the year. The Cardinals however are an undefeated 2-0 so far, and face the Virginia Cavaliers this coming Saturday in an ACC match-up that has plenty of ramifications for both squads. +…
  • The Ray Rice situation has gone on longer than anybody including everyone inside the Baltimore Ravens’ would have wanted and with the team set to host the Pittsburgh Steelers on Thursday night it’s clear some are desperate for the media to start talking about something else. +…
  • Playoffs or no playoffs essentially you get at most one loss per season if you want to be in the running for the championship in college football. South Carolina fell hard in their opener against Texas A&M but with their schedule they still have a chance if they do not lose again. Georgia was impressive in running over Clemson in week one, literally, but they are also well aware that just one slip can be the difference between the playoffs and the Holiday Bowl, so to speak. +…
  • NFL Football Betting: Week #2 NFL Picks

    Posted by The Wiesguy on 9/9/2014 10:07:05 PM
    Week one is in the bag and depending on which team you are things either went according to plan or horribly wrong. There is always a lot of pressure the second week of the season for teams that started with a loss because the numbers don’t lie. If you start 0-2 your season is generally over. But that is where wagering comes through, right? +…
  • Respect Your Elders

    Posted by on 9/9/2014 10:04:47 PM
    To respect your elders is a solid quality that all should be aware of and respecting some of the older stars of the equine set can push handicappers into the right direction at the wagering windows. One of the top elders of the male set has just been retired but should be mention. Palace Malice has had a brilliant career while banked over $2.6 million and speed was his game. +…
  • NCAA Football Betting: Week #3 Games and Predictions

    Posted by The Wiesguy on 9/8/2014 9:39:07 PM
    It is hard to believe that there are already two weeks of the college football season in the books. Thus far there have been some underwhelming performances for sure but not too many calamities just yet. In looking back at last week Brady Hoke might be on suicide watch while the PAC 12 got a boost from Oregon’s win over Michigan State. Staying out West it is a shame someone had to lose between USC and Stanford. +…
  • The Arizona Cardinals narrowly missed out on the playoffs last season because of how tough the NFC West is with both the Seattle Seahawks and San Francisco 49ers lurking near the top. The San Diego Chargers on the other hand snuck into the playoffs with a 9-7 record and then upset the Cincinnati Bengals before losing by just seven-points to the Denver Broncos. +…
  • The New York Giants lost their first six games of the 2013 season, but were able to rally late in the year and prove they're no pushover. They looked like an entirely different team in the second half of the season, however, and Monday night's match-up with the offensive-driven Detroit Lions will be a good first test for a squad that has Super Bowl aspirations every season. +…
  • All the Seattle Seahawks do is win. After last night’s blowout win over the Green Bay Packers in their season opener, some have already crowned the Seahawks as champions with claims they are destined to repeat. Seattle was the NFL’s best team when they won the Super Bowl last season and they very well could be the team to beat again this season but there is a lot of football still to play and anything can happen the rest of the way. +…
  • Pete’s Picks: Jessica’s Star in Super Derby

    Posted by Pete Mitchell on 9/5/2014 8:58:54 PM
    Saturday’s 35th Running of the Grade 2 Super Derby at Louisiana Downs gives some of the 3YO division’s lesser-known talents the opportunity to shine on the big stage. Vicar’s in Trouble, winner of The Louisiana Derby in the spring, will probably go favored, but he certainly hasn’t scared away 10 other Super Derby hopefuls. Let’s take a closer look at the contenders below. +…
  • The first Monday Night Football game of the 2014 season will be between two offensive-minded squads, the New York Giants and Detroit Lions. The Lions added plenty of receiving talent this off-season, and the Giants did the same by drafting Odell Beckham Jr. as well as the punishing runner Andre Williams out of Boston College. Neither team made the playoffs last season, but with a new season underway both have a shot at redemption in 2014. +…
  • Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos have had plenty of time to think about what went wrong in last year’s Super Bowl loss. Their first step towards redemption will come against Manning’s former team on Sunday Night Football week one. Denver will host Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts in the primetime slot and all eyes will be on the quarterbacks. Manning is coming off an MVP season and one of the greatest of all-time while Luck has done the “impossible” by succeeding the former and leading Indianapolis +…
  • This is one of many games to start the season between teams looking to hit the reset button and forget that 2013 ever happened. For Houston it was a nightmare as they lost the final 14 games of the season netting them the top pick in the draft. In Washington, things were only slightly better as they saw their franchise player underperform and the rest of the team disappear. +…
  • The Cincinnati Bengals and Baltimore Ravens have been division rivals for decades now, and although the rosters have changed over time the emotions and stakes are still high for both squads. The Bengals are coming off an 11-5 season in which they lost in the first round of the playoffs once again, but the Ravens were 8-8 last season and missed out on the playoffs entirely. +…
  • Both of these teams are looking to make a statement in this opening game. For Buffalo they need to show a higher level of compete while Chicago has to start taking care of business if they want to win the NFC North and make the playoffs after a bunch of near misses...or shall we say second half collapses. I am looking for the offenses to be ahead of the defenses in this one. +…
  • The Lake Show

    Posted by on 9/3/2014 9:29:14 PM
    When something works for you, the best thing to do most of the time is to stick with it. But in horse racing, an all-consuming sport as most handicappers know, sometimes it’s better to take a new approach to the game and chill out a bit. Enter Scott Lake. In the first decade of the 2000s, Lake won over 4,000 races. At his peak, he had nearly 300 horses at 7 different tracks around the country and a couple of dozen of horses on the farm. +…
  • Of all the games in the first week this is among the least exciting as a couple of AFC teams look to prove that they won’t be horrible again this season. The storylines coming into this one will be all about the quarterbacks. In Oakland it will be about who will start, in New York about whether second year starter Geno Smith is good enough. +…
  • The Cleveland Browns seemingly took a step backwards from last season as they have a whole new coaching staff, lost Josh Gordon for the entire 2014 season, and spent a first-round draft pick on a quarterback who will begin the year on the bench. Their Week 1 opponent, the Pittsburgh Steelers, added talent on both sides of the ball this off-season including running back Dri Archer who is expected to get plenty of snaps early in the year as a suspension +…
  • College Football Betting: Week 2 Picks

    Posted by The Wiesguy on 9/1/2014 8:45:25 PM
    The opening week of the college football season came and went pretty uneventfully. There were some rusty performances but I think the only true upset came when Texas A&M beat up on South Carolina, showing nothing can save a team if they don’t get solid play at the quarterback position. Wisconsin had LSU on the ropes Saturday Night but squandered its lead late while Florida State escaped against a feisty Oklahoma State team. +…
  • Sam Bradford tore his ACL for the second time in his life this preseason, and whether he misses the entire year or just a few months he'll be out for the St. Louis Rams' first regular season game against the Minnesota Vikings. The Rams originally were a heavy favorite considering their defensive line is one of the best in the game and Bradford is a serviceable game manager +…
  • Watch and Learn

    Posted by on 9/1/2014 8:41:42 PM
    Listen, watch and learn. They say a picture is worth a thousand words and when we are talking replays of horse races, it can also mean $1,000. Clever horse racing handicappers that pay strict attention to the replay of a race can identify any trouble, small as it may be, or bias that affects the running and outcome of the race. Troubled surfaced last week. +…
  • Fifth-ranked Ohio State had no problem knocking off Navy in its season opener. A high school game the night in Garfield Heights, Ohio didn’t go as smooth the night before as a cheap shot following a third-quarter punt sparked a ridiculous bench-clearing brawl that led to the game being cancelled. By the time it was all said and done there were two people taken to hospital and three people arrested. +…
  • This may not be the best overall matchup of the opening week but there is huge interest given that this is a division game in the NFC South. Last season was a complete write off for the Falcons while the Saints made the playoffs. Odds are the Falcons won’t be as bad as they were a year ago but things are not very rosy down in Atlanta thanks to a spate of injuries. +…
  • The Seattle Seahawks will be labeled the best team in the NFL until proven otherwise, and their Week 1 match-up against the Green Bay Packers should be a tough-fought game that either team could emerge victorious from. The Seahawks boast the leagues best defense while the Packers have the best quarterback in the league and an offense that's ready to put points on the board. +…
  • NFL Football Betting: NFL Week #1 Picks and Predictions

    Posted by The Wiesguy on 8/29/2014 9:59:28 PM
    Finally the NFL regular season is here. Even though they probably don’t have to, the league does a good job setting up a strong lineup of games from the Thursday opener all the way through the Monday Night doubleheader. Just remember that you don’t have to put your whole bankroll into play from the word go. Sure there are some nice opportunities but you want to enjoy the whole season and not get burnt if your handicapping is off early. +…
  • Pete’s Picks: Clearly Now in Forego, Itsmyluckyday in Woodward

    Posted by Pete Mitchell on 8/29/2014 9:44:00 PM
    A pair of Grade 1 events highlight Saratoga’s Saturday card. The 35th Running of The Forego features the talented Clearly Now and the ultra-consistent Palace. The 61st Running of The Woodward offers an intriguing rematch between Moreno and Itsmyluckyday, with Zivo a threat to upset the top pair from the back of the pack. Let’s take a closer look at the contenders below. +…
  • MLB Betting – MLB Predictions For Games On Friday, August 29

    Posted by Dale “Skip” Lalonde on 8/28/2014 8:01:15 PM
    The Major League Baseball season is almost at the month of September. There are only four and a half weeks left in the 162-game journey to October. Who will fade, and who will surge? This is a matchup that is pure pitching excellence, but the Mariners are likely to get the better of the exchange. Jordan Zimmermann of the Nationals has a strong 2.93 ERA. +…
  • Woodward Stakes

    Posted by on 8/28/2014 8:00:21 PM
    Handicappers will get to analyze some of the best older horses in America Saturday in the 9-furlong Grade 1 $600, 000 Woodward Stakes at Saratoga and there will be options. Legends of the game like Kelso, Forego, Seattle Slew, Affirmed, Spectacular Bid, Cigar and Curlin have won the Woodward and in 2009 Rachel Alexandra became the first female to win the race. +…
  • The Indianapolis Colts and Cincinnati Bengals are two NFL franchises that won their respective divisions a year ago and both teams are expected to contend again this season. The Colts are considered a team on the rise but they have relied far too heavily on Andrew Luck over the years and their lack of depth has been exposed this preseason with three-straight losses. +…
  • E.J. Manuel got the start Week 1 as a rookie in 2013, but due to injuries he played in just 10 regular season games and will be relied upon to take a step forward during the 2014 season. So far he's been far from impressive, but this last preseason game will be a good indicator as to whether he, and the Buffalo Bills as a team, will have a successful or disappointing 2014 campaign. +…
  • NFL fans will remember two years ago when a rookie quarterback named Robert Griffin III tore up his knee on the awful grass at FedEx Field. The jury is still out on RGIII’s career but at this point it’s safe to say that was a major setback. So when the players and coaches complained about the field at the brand new Levis Stadium after a dangerous practice led to several players coming up limping the team did something about it. +…
  • The Fresno State Bulldogs represented one of the big breakthrough stories of the 2013 college football season, winning the Mountain West Conference championship and very nearly making a Bowl Championship Series game. Now, though, the Bulldogs have to prove themselves all over again, trying to re-create the same winning feeling with new pieces in place. +…
  • Florida State Kicks Off Journey To Repeat Against Cowboys

    Posted by Blake Frazier on 8/22/2014 8:52:08 PM
    The Florida State Seminoles are ranked first in the nation and are among the favorites to reach college football's four-team playoff to determine a single champion. They return Heisman winning quarterback Jameis Winston, but lost plenty of key players from last year's squad, and will have a tough first game against an Oklahoma State squad that finished 10-3 last season including three wins over Top 25 teams. +…
  • Pete’s Picks: Bayern in Travers, Shared Belief in Pacific Classic

    Posted by Pete Mitchell on 8/22/2014 8:34:33 PM
    It’s a star-studded weekend of horse racing, topped by the 145th Running of The Travers at Saratoga for three-year-olds and the 24th Running of The Pacific Classic at Del Mar for three-year-olds and up. Let’s take a closer look at the major players in these classic events below. +…
  • Clemson and Georgia put on a show in their 2013 opener when they combined for 73 points in the shootout that most fans hoped that game would be. This year’s opener should be very different as both teams deal with significant personnel change heading in to this season. The Tigers will start without quarterback Tajh Boyd or receivers Sammy Watkins and Martavis Bryant and there are plenty of question marks surrounding an inexperienced offense. +…
  • Tigers Look To Begin Championship Run With Victory Over Razorbacks

    Posted by Blake Frazier on 8/21/2014 9:30:31 PM
    The Auburn Tigers came extremely close to winning the National Championship last season, but now with the four-team playoff in place the Tigers will have even better odds of playing in the last game of the season two years in a row. They return key pieces on offense, but will have to bring their A-game against the Arkansas Razorbacks as they look to bounce-back and improve upon their 3-9 record from last season, one of the worst in recent memory. +…
  • How many times have we seen a baseball fan drop his beer or food as he tries to catch a foul ball? It happened again on Wednesday night when a Brewers’ fan spilled his beer trying to make a grab only he never actually caught the ball. +…
  • The Grade-1 Travers Stakes is one of the biggest non-Triple Crown races in the United States. It is also one of the oldest as this will be the 145th edition of the event, which started in 1864, and it is run over 1 ¼ miles on dirt at Saratoga, specifically for three-year-olds. The purse is a hefty $1,250,000. +…
  • The No. 17 Notre Dame Fighting Irish are probably at least a season away from competing in the College Football Playoff in terms of talent. It won’t help their chances that they will face one of the toughest schedules in the nation in 2014. The Fighting Irish will open the season as a 20.5-point favorite against Rice in its only game action before a visit from Michigan two weeks later. +…
  • The Alabama Crimson Tide had a disappointing 2013 by their standards as they finished the year with an 11-2 record and lost to the Oklahoma Sooners in the All State Sugar Bowl to end the season. They are now without key starters AJ McCarron, CJ Mosely, HaHa Clinton-Dix and others, but the top of the line recruiting classes Nick Saban has attained over the years will pay dividends and help this squad return to elite company for the first year of the NCAA four-team playoff. +…
 
 

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