Found October 03, 2012 on
I saw this article on BustedCoverage yesterday. Pretty awesome….
“Gino DiFelice and his Brantford family might want to send NFL commissioner Roger Goodell a gift basket for prolonging his labour dispute with the league’s officials. While the regular NFL officials went back to work last Thursday, DiFelice was revelling in his big Proline win, thanks in part to the replacement officials handling the Sept. 24 game between the Seattle Seahawks and the Green Bay Packers.A botched call on the last play of that Monday night game gave the Seahawks the victory and meant DiFelice won $725,274 thanks to a perfect 15-for-15 prorogation of the NFL’s third week.”
Hit the jump to read more about the story… (trust me it gets better)
DiFelice’s windfall is the third highest Proline payday. The most a Proline ticket has paid out was $874,857 in December 2011, followed by $759,465 in October 2010.
And what makes it more unbelievable, is the way he picked the winning teams.
“Every week I do a ticket ...
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Hard as it is to believe, Jeff Saturday needs a visitor's guide to Indianapolis.
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