Wednesday, October 1, 2014

2014 Quick Hitters (Week 5 NFL Picks)

 

Hit on both of my upset picks for a respectable 9-4 mark last week, so let’s get started on the Week 5 NFL picks! Thank you to the New York Giants (blew up Washington on Thursday) and Kansas City Chiefs (dominated New England on Monday) for being the teams who I thought you were. Glad to see the Miami Dolphins and Oakland Raiders go on bye because both are highly inconsistent teams. Both the Dolphins and Raiders are probably a little better than public perception would say, so keep your eye on these teams going forward.

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Wednesday, September 24, 2014

2014 Quick Hitters (Week 4 NFL Picks)


Fresh off a season-best 12-4 mark, it’s time for Week 4 NFL Picks. Can we continue what’s been a solid season so far? Last week could have been even better if I didn’t switch off the San Diego Chargers right before I published my picks. It was fun to see them buck the trend of west coast teams traveling east for an early game. Bye weeks are here and we’re without three of the best teams in the league in the Cincinnati Bengals, Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks who collectively have accounted for a lot of successful picks. I’m glad to not see the Arizona Cardinals, Cleveland Browns or St. Louis Rams this week.

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Wednesday, September 17, 2014

2014 Quick Hitters (Week 3 NFL Picks)


Time for Week 3 NFL Picks has arrived after another solid 10-6 week when all kinds of crazy happened around the league. Sorry about the fail on last week’s “Lock of the Week,” as it’s never easy to win when the Bucs lost their best defensive player in Gerald McCoy. Tampa Bay still almost beat the Rams with absolutely no pass-rush at all. New Orleans and Seattle also dropped precarious games on the road, but that just goes to show you how dangerous home underdogs are. On to this week’s picks!

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Thursday, September 11, 2014

2014 Quick Hitters (Week 2 NFL Picks)


Overreaction week is upon us and it’s time for us to get ahead of the public with Week 2 NFL Picks. Week one was a moderate success in my opinion as I hit on two of my four upset picks and nailed my Lock of the Week. My favorite part about overreaction week is that most people will expect teams to look just like they did in week one which is the wrong way to go about it.

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Wednesday, September 3, 2014

2014 Quick Hitters (NFL Week One Picks)


Rejoice, the NFL season is back and I’m here to help you win your pick’em league and give you some green on Streak for the Cash. Each and every week, I’ll post the opening Vegas lines and give you brief analysis on who you should pick straight up in every NFL game.

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Sunday, August 31, 2014

And the Winner of 2014's BEST DRAFT is ...

Each and every season I take a look at our fantasy draft and attempt to name who I think had the best draft. Additionally, I like to take a poke at every team because I feel that I’m a fantasy expert (which is entirely debatable since I’ve never won the Championship in this league). I would only counter with that I actually do get paid (from Rotowire) to provide fantasy advice, so hahaha!

As for Best and Worst pick, these are based on value and how safe/risky a certain pick was. I’m not determining who the best and worst player on your team is.

After you check out the article, please make an effort to change your team name as I also reward someone for that honor each season.

Here’s a full transcript of the 2014 NFL Fantasy Draft.

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Fun With Lines: 2014 British Open Edition



In my newest feature, I take a look a at a specific bet and break down the lines to provide some entertainment and insight on how to make some money. Future bets are extremely underrated in my opinion as there’s always some value to be obtained.

The 2014 Home Run Derby was a success as Yoenis Cespedes completed the rare repeat. I’m taking credit for this as I provided a confident green on the Streak for the Cash pick involving the three favorites.

Now we turn to golf, more particularly the third major or British Open (aka The Open Championship). The Open returns to Hoylake Royal Liverpool this year. The last time the tournament was here, in 2006, Tiger Woods grieved his dead father and beat Chris DiMarco by two shots.

What do we need to know for this year? No worries, I have you covered:

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