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NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (7-2) at CAROLINA PANTHERS (6-3)
2013-11-18

The Panthers are hoping to win their sixth straight game when they host the Patriots on Monday night.

Carolina is coming off of a defensive battle with the 49ers in which it came out on top 10-9, marking its fifth consecutive win (SU and ATS). New England, however, won a 55-31 shootout with the Steelers before last week's bye. That win moved the Patriots to 5-4 ATS for the season, but they are just 1-3 ATS on the road. The Panthers are 6-3 ATS overall, and 3-1 ATS at home. The last time these teams met was in December of 2009 when New England won 20-10, but failed to cover a 12.5-point spread at home. Since the Panthers entered the league in 1995, the Patriots hold a 3-2 SU series advantage, but Carolina is 4-1 ATS in the series. Both teams have some positive trends, as New England is 23-7 ATS (77percent) after gaining 175 or more rushing yards in their last game since 1992 and they are 79-45 ATS (64percent) as an underdog during that time. However, over the past three seasons, the Panthers are 14-4 ATS (78percent) after playing their last game on the road, and 7-3 ATS after allowing 14 points or less in their previous game. The Patriots are excited to finally have RB Shane Vereen (wrist) back on the field, but top CB Aqib Talib (hip) is still questionable for Monday night. Carolina enters this one pretty healthy, with the biggest concern being G Chris Scott, who is questionable with a knee injury.



New England finally got its offense going against the Steelers last game, racking up 610 yards of total offense. QB Tom Brady threw for 432 yards and four touchdowns in the game, giving him 13 touchdown passes on the season and just six interceptions, a far cry from his 34 TD and 8 INT in 2012. TE Rob Gronkowski and WRs Danny Amendola and Aaron Dobson all had more than 120 receiving yards and a touchdown, with the rookie Dobson scoring twice. RB Stevan Ridley extended his touchdown game streak to four with 115 yards and two touchdowns on 26 attempts (4.4 YPC). Brady now plays against the Carolina defense, which has been dominant all season. New Englands defense will have to do a better job stopping the run in order to slow down QB Cam Newton and his Panthers offense. The Patriots allow 128.2 rushing yards per game (30th in NFL) and that does not bode well for them against Carolina. They are, however, a solid team against the pass as they allow just 232.8 yards per game through the air (12th in NFL). New England's defense has done a poor job of getting of the field on third down (40.3percent conversions, 24th in NFL), but has held strong in the red zone (48.3percent, 7th in NFL). CB Aqib Talib, who is the Patriots best man-to-man defender in the secondary hasn't played since injuring his hip in Week 6, and could be a key addition if he's able to suit up on Monday night. New England will be looking to strip the football, having produced 11 takeaways over the past five games.



The Panthers traveled to San Francisco last week and won 10-9 behind a stellar defensive effort, holding the Niners to a paltry 151 total yards including 46 passing yards on 22 attempts. Carolinas defense has been a nightmare to play against this season. The unit has allowed just 201.3 yards per game through the air (5th in NFL) and 82.0 yards per game on the ground (2nd in NFL). The Panthers lead the NFL in fewest first downs allowed (16.0 per game), which is a big reason they have a league-low 26:08 defensive time of possession. They are also tied for first with 13 interceptions, and rank third in red zone defense (36.8percent efficiency). Carolina will need to apply pressure to Tom Brady and smother him as they have nearly every other quarterback so far this season with 29 sacks (T-8th in NFL). QB Cam Newton is going to have to play mistake-free football against the Patriots' aggressive secondary, something his team did for the first three games of their current win streak where they have averaged 28.0 PPG. Newton has thrown for 1,970 yards, 13 TD and 8 INT this season. He has also rushed for 266 yards and four touchdowns. With RB Jonathan Stewart back healthy, the team has gone with a committee approach to running the football with Stewart and fellow RBs DeAngelo Williams and Mike Tolbert. The team has rushed for more than 100 yards in all five of its wins (121 rush YPG) and must eat away at the porous Patriots run defense in order to keep Tom Brady off the field. If Aqib Talib is out and the Panthers running game is on, Newton should be able to exploit the Patriots secondary.




Jacksonville Jaguars unveil their new team uniforms
2013-04-23

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The most striking element? A two-toned helmet that sets the Jaguars apart from any team in the NFL or the college ranks. Matte black tones in the front bleed into gold, giving the helmet a theme described by Nike as depicting "a Jaguar on the hunt," edging from darkness into light.

"I look at the jerseys," Jaguars coach Gus Bradley said, "and I think (they're) awesome."

The franchise also went out its way to give a nod to Jacksonville's rich military heritage by placing a Jaguars patch over the heart of the re-designed teal-tinged jerseys, available for purchase online starting Thursday.

"The military-style badge is our way of saying thanks," Khan told reporters.

Whether Jaguars fans buy in to the new duds remains to be seen, but Khan promised from the start to re-brand this operation from head to toe.

The man has kept his word.
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2015-04-15

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NFL AFC West
2010-08-19

Ok, so far I’ve covered the NFC East, the NFC West, the NFC South, the NFC North, and the AFC East. Now, I’ll be looking at the AFC West for your football betting needs.

Easily the most disappointing team in the AFC West, the eye sore, the abomination, are the Oakland Raiders. They’re flat out pathetic. I mean, let’s make this simple, as long as Al Davis continues to interfere with the Raiders program, the program will continue to sputter and continue to be the laughing stock of the league. A good example here is the Jimmie Johnson and Jerry Jones fiasco. Jerry Jones meddled way too much in the affairs of the Cowboys. Granted, the man owns the team, but he’s not a coach. He should have left the coaching responsibilities up to the coach, and he should have just worried about the ownership aspect of the Dallas Cowboys.

Anyway, Jerry Jones and Jimmie Johnson didn’t much care for each other, and I suspect that has to do with the fact that Jones tried to be too involved in every aspect of the team. Being involved is good, but you got to know where to draw the line. So, to make a long story short, Jerry Jones fired Jimmie Johnson, the man who won two Super Bowls with the Cowboys. Stupid, huh? You know that saying “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it?” Well, Jerry, the Cowboys weren’t broke, and there was nothing to fix. Another prime example of ownerships gone too far is the owner of the Dallas Mavericks, Mark Cuban. The man’s eccentric, involved, and I get that, but he’s starting to resemble Jerry Jones more and more every year. The man gets fined all the time and is constantly shelling out money to the National Basketball Association. Hell, even Commissioner David Stern said that he would not hand an NBA Championship trophy to Mark Cuban. I wouldn’t either. I’d throw it at him. With Mark Cuban in constant hot water with the commissioner of the NBA, the focus is being taken off the players and the team. Basically, Mark Cuban is the Terrell Owens of the NBA. He has to be the center of attention and pisses and moans whenever something does not go his way. And you wonder why the Dallas Mavericks have NO championships, Mark? Get the hell out of the way, sit down and shut up, and take being an owner more seriously.

Anyway, moving on to the pitiful Oakland Raiders. In 2009, the Oakland Raiders went 5-11. That’s actually better than I had expected. It was easy to calculate the Raiders’ record. All I had to do was count the losses, which was easy because they far outnumbered the wins. Anyway, the Oakland Raiders are in a bad way right now. After their highly touted draft pick Jamarcus Russell turned out to be a big dull dud, they’re stuck with Rich Gannon. Interestingly enough, team owner Al Davis pushed and pushed to draft Jamarcus Russel, the quarterback out of LSU, against the wise advice of then head coach Lane Kiffin. Again, a prime example of owners being their own worst enemy. For your football betting needs, don’t bet on the Oakland Raiders. The team, like the city, is a lost cause. The Raiders, and I mean Al Davis, threw millions upon millions of dollars at Jamarcus Russell in the hopes that he would pull their horrible team out of the depths of the NFL and bring them back to their glory days. Well, Russell is a bust, and now the Raiders are back at square one. Actually, they’re father back at square one because they have a weak quarterback and still have to shell out millions of dollars to their bust of a quarterback. When I think about it, “square one” might be too generous…

The AFC West is comprised of four teams: the Oakland Raiders, the Kansas City Chiefs, the San Diego Chargers, and the Denver Broncos. All of those teams, with the exception of the Broncos and the Chargers, will find themselves at the bottom of the NFL yet again, and will definitely be the reason why the trends in football betting go down. The lines are in at www.sportsbook.com and the Chargers are the clear favorites for the AFC West. At -300 they lead by a wide margin of the other 3 teams. This could be a great time to get in on a long shot early before the odds start to swing.