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  • Betting The Odds: Cold Hard Locks for the NFL Gambler
    on Sep 25, 2010
    Sorry I haven't posted in a while; I've been in a hard place in my life (but I won't elaborate). Anyway, I said earlier that I would post gambling tips every week for NFL games, and that's exactly what I'll do:BUFFALO (+14.5) over @New England - Buff...
  • Around The NFL: AFC North
    on Aug 30, 2010
    Today's stop on our breathless rush through the ranks of professional football is the AFC North, or, as I like to call it, America's Most Wanted. From Ben Roethlisburger to Cedric Benson and Pacman Jones, this division is sure to serve up at least a...
  • Around The NFL: AFC East
    on Aug 29, 2010
    In preparation for the NFL season, in addition to revising my power rankings almost constantly, I am taking a look around the league, team-by-team. While up to now, I have only been looking at the teams as a whole, I will now, here and in upcoming po...
  • The Long-Awaited, Super-Fabulous, 100% Fail-Safe NFL Picks Of The Century (So Get Your Checks Ready)
    on Aug 27, 2010
    Are you excited? Contrary to the title, these NFL picks are NOT 100% Fail-Safe; bet at your own risk. However, if you want to learn an invaluable method of picking winners a season in advance, then read on. While I was thinking of an article to write...
  • Risers and Sinkers: August 24, 2010
    on Aug 24, 2010
    Y'all know the drill. I ramble for about a paragraph, then reveal which teams have risen or fallen in my standings. Well, that ends today. No Bias SportsCenter is proud to present the first ever 100% Certified Ramble-Free Article. This is a lofty sta...
  • Defending The Line: Part Two in a Series
    on Aug 22, 2010
    Sorry for not writing sooner, but I just came back from a week in Cooperstown, visiting the Hall Of Fame for the first time. (I swear I will write a post about this experience later, but, needless to say, it was fantabulous.) While on my way to the H...
  • Examining Baseball Draft Value
    on Aug 15, 2010
    Every June, Major League Baseball holds its First Year Player Draft. And every year, after the final pick has been made, pundits rant over whether their favorite team got the best value, and which stars will develop into franchise players. For this a...
  • Best of the NBA
    on Aug 11, 2010
    Before I get to the All-NBA list, let me update my article about Win Shares. When I weighted players by position, I only considered three positions: Center, Forward, and Guard. However, since then, I have updated my rankings to differentiate between...
  • Risers and Sinkers: August 10, 2010
    on Aug 10, 2010
    Welcome to the third installment of Risers and Sinkers. By now, my veteran readers should know the drill; I'll repeat myself for those unfamiliar with the concept. Every week, I track the fortunes of all 30 Major League Baseball teams, and track whic...
  • This Line Is Offensive
    on Aug 9, 2010
    How does a true football fan distinguish himself from the legions of pretenders? In the old days it was simple; you were considered a football expert if you discussed wide receivers. But that was then. The passing game (and the world) has changed. No...
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