So, I admit it—I am preoccupied with the weather for the Saints- Bears game on Sunday. For one thing, I live in New England where the weather tends to be difficult to predict and very fickle (winter finally got her a few days ago). Second, I’ve seen the weather affect a lot of football games (remember not that long ago—the Snow Bowl?). And, finally, the Pats and Colts are playing in a dome, so the New Orleans- Chicago game is the only one on the docket where the weather will be a factor.

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That’s the question burning in my brain after having considered the offensive stats of both teams, comparing Brees to Grossman and looking at both defenses. After careful consideration the lines have changed a bit with Chicago no only a 2 to 2.5-point favorite (the home field advantage is 3 points). Continue reading “Weather or not, Will the Saints Brees by the Bears?”

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No one can argue logically that Peyton Manning is a mediocre QB. Or that he’s not a great QB. He is one of the best of the best. But the Lombardi Trophy has managed to elude the man with the rifle-accurate arm, competitive spirit and QB pedigree. Is this Manning’s time finally? Continue reading “Peyton Manning – Can He Take the Pressure?”

No they do not have the best record in the NBA, the Dallas Mavericks can lay claim to that. But at 30- 8 (.789 PCT) and having won 26 of their last 28, the team from Phoenix is running like a finely tuned racecar. The team has 6 guys who are averaging 10 or more points per game, the club is averaging 111.4 points per game and field goals at 50% and 3-pointers at 40%!

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