Sportsbook Is Serving Up A Holiday Feast!
THE BRADY BUNCH WELCOMES THE HUNGRY BEARS!
Once again bettors at Superook.com, who doubted Belichick's Patriots, missed out on an easy score last Sunday in Green Bay. Not only did New England record a shutout, they knocked Brett Farve out of the game. Grossman looked very shaky in the Big Apple and now he gets same defensive schemes, but against better players!
RAVENS HAVE NAILS FOR STEELERS COFFIN!
At 4-6 the Steelers will need to win out to even have a remote shot at the playoffs. The Ravens are 8-2 and Air McNair is alive and well in Maryland. Big Ben pulled a rabbit out of his hat in the dying seconds, but the magic show ends this weekend, against a very talented defense.
49ERS ARE HEADING TO THE PENTHOUSE?
At 5-5 and winners of three in a row the San Francisco 49ers head to the "Show Me State" to face a reeling 4-6 St. Louis Rams team. Frank Gore has been incredible for San Fran and new offensive coordinator Norv Turner is a huge boost for second year quarterback Alex Smith. The Rams are favored by -6 and this suggests the books are begging gamblers to take the dog!
WOUNDED EAGLES MAY GET TRAMPLED BY COLTS!
The City of Brotherly Love is in a state of mourning, as quarterback Donovan McNabb is back on the shelf. The dreaded ACL injury has felled the former Syracuse grad and now the Eagles must head to Indy. The Colts are probably quietly celebrating the fact that they lost, as they did not need the pressure of another possible unbeaten season. Eagles must decide between Garcia or Feeley!
REMEMBER THE TITANS!
The New York Giants are in big trouble as they head to Tennessee and a date with the scrappy Titans. Eli is struggling, Tiki looks banged up and their defense is banged up. Tennessee hammered the Eagles and quarterback Vince Young looks very comfortable in Norm Chow's offense. They can run the ball and PACMAN Jones is an incredible punt returner!
About the Author: Bob is an experienced sports writer and handicapper who has written for the sports industry for over a decade. He has been a regular contributer to Sports Scene, a sports consultant for television's 33 Made and other major motion pictures.