Found October 19, 2012 on
The Awesome Boston:
A.B. Growing up as a sports fan in America, I find it impossible not to gamble on games. And while I wouldn’t bet an NHL or MLB game to save my life, something about betting on the NFL just soothes the soul. Watching Thursday night football without money on the line doesn’t interest me, unless the Patriots are playing. But put $50 on the over of a game between the Browns & Jaguars and I’m jumping around the living room & screaming at the TV like a mad man. When done responsibly, it’s good old fashioned fun (regardless of my fiance and dog looking at me like I’m possessed).
So with all of that being said, I feel like this year the NFL is killing me! Peyton Manning comes back to erase a 24 point deficit on the road against the Chargers?!? How is anyone supposed to make money on that? Not only did I lose my overall bet on the Chargers to win the game, I lost double when I added to the bet for the Chargers to continue their dominance at the half. Stupid me? I say, stupid NFL!
BEST OF MAXIM
Peyton Manning, a 14-year-old boy Denver, CO boy, (on the left) was born three days before Peyton Manning, the Super Bowl champion, Denver Broncos quarterback, made his first NFL star.According to the Denver Post, the young boy claims that he can't get on Facebook, because of the fact that he's name is Peyton Manning, the same name of the NFL QB.The young boy says that his...
The Chargers were embarrassed by Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos with an historic comeback after the Chargers led 24-0 at half and went on to lose 35-24. Well, apparently the embarrassment turned to anger and restlessness, which is hardly unexpected of any fanbase after a collapse like that. Chargers P.R. director Bill Johnston took to the team’s website with a post entitled...
We are nearly two weeks away from the NFL’s halfway mark.
There have already been several teams and players that have certainly turned in disappointing returns based on what we knew of them or what was expected of them.
Certain situations such as the Dallas Cowboys were not included because they are expected to let their fans down. Therefore, being a disappointment is not disappointing...
1) Peyton Manning: Manning is looking for his fifth MVP award this season, and he's off to a great start once again, despite Denver's struggles to keep pace with top-tier teams in the league. The Broncos currently rank 4th in passing yards per game, up from 31st a season ago under Tim Tebow. To cap it all off, Manning trails only Aaron Rodgers in touchdown passes at 14 this...
It’s been a long day. Sorry everything is late.
Yeah… the NHL is never coming back.
Peyton Manning can’t get on Facebook.
This is why you never bet against an SEC team. Even if they are playing an SEC team.
San Francisco 13, Seattle 6 – One of the uglier games of the year
Dallas, Minnesota – STILL NOTHING
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