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Monday Night Football Preview – 49ers at Rams

October 13, 2014 NFL Football
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The public isn’t fooled by the glamor team – there’s a lot of betting support for the St Louis Rams in tonight’s Monday Night Football game against the San Francisco 49ers. Ricky Rothstein reports. You’d think the 49ers only had to turn up. The 49ers, one of the most storied teams in football, back to […]

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So – Who’ll Win Super Bowl XLIX in 2015?

February 4, 2014 NFL Football
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There’s only one way to deal with the trauma of no more football – start thinking about next season. Ricky Rothstein takes a very early look and contenders and pretenders for Super Bowl XLIX! Having won its first ever Super Bowl, Seattle is the ante-post favorite to win again next year and become the first […]

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Super Bowl Betting Changes Over the Years

January 30, 2014 NFL Football
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The way the Super Bowl pointspread is set has changed a lot over the years. Ricky Rothstein runs the numbers. The day of the Super Bowl blowout is gone. Historically, the Super Bowl has trended towards a big number on the favorite. Of the 48 Super Bowls, 14 of them, 29%, have been in double […]

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Where to Now for Peyton Manning? Kansas City, Miami Early Favorites

March 7, 2012 NFL Football
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Frank Doyle reacts to the news about Peyton Manning’s imminent departure from Indianapolis, and speculates about where the future Hall of Famer will now finish his career. The NFL isn’t a sentimental business while players are still playing. Once their hair has turned grey and they’ve had their new hips and new knees, you can […]

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Packers, Saints Early Favorites for Super Bowl XLVII!

February 7, 2012 NFL Football
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The end of one football season means the beginning of another – Frank Doyle looks ahead to Super Bowl XLVII in the Louisiana Superdome! There’s only one way to deal with the sense of loss and emptiness that accompanies the end of every football season – look forward to the next one. And with that […]

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Super Bowl XXXVII-XLV: The Patriot Years

February 5, 2012 NFL Football
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Old faces and new faces – Pittsburgh won its fifth and sixth Super Bowls while the Buccaneers their first. The Colts their first since leaving Baltimore, while Green Bay won its fourth. But the past nine years have been about the Patriots. New England was a two touchdown underdog against the Greatest Show on Turf […]

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Super Bowl XXVIII-XXXVI: Epic Teams, Epic Games

February 4, 2012 NFL Football
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Dallas and Green Bay, two of the storied names in the League, returned from relative obscurity to win Super Bowls. Brett Favre electrified the League with his gunslinger approach and the sheer joy he took from playing the game, while the Cowboys triplets set the standard everyone else had to reach in the 1990s. San […]

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Super Bowl XIX-XXVII: The West Coast Era

February 3, 2012 NFL Football
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Super Bowl XIX was set up as the first skirmish between the two great quarterbacks of the 1980s, Dan Marino and Joe Montana. It turned out to be Marino’s single appearance in a Super Bowl, and proof of just how thin the line can be. That San Francisco win over Miami was the start of […]

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Super Bowl X-XVIII: The NFL Replaces Baseball as the National Pastime

February 3, 2012 NFL Football
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Football’s golden age was the 1970s. It was when the NFL overtook the NCAA as the premier expression of the gridiron game. The Steelers, Raiders and Cowboys all won Super Bowls, while Bud Grant’s Vikings became the first team to go 0-4 in Super Bowls. The ‘eighties saw more change, as the Raiders moved to […]

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Super Bowl I-IX: The Legend Begins

February 2, 2012 NFL Football
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The Super Bowl began as a challenge game between the NFL and the AFL, named after a toy that belonged to the NFL Commissioner’s daughter. The toy was called the “super ball,” and so the game became the Super Bowl. What started as a challenge that couldn’t fill the LA Coliseum became legitimate in Super […]

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