Posted Thursday, May 02, 2013 12:14 PM
It always has to come. None will go out until they lose. They fight because that is all they know. The glory, the money, the women, the combat, I admit it, I am a little jealous.
Some handle the frame brilliantly but most are swept away with it. They lead a lavish lifestyle and in todays age have lavish entourages. None is worst than the greatest fighter of our time, Floyd Mayweather. This great fighter is the epitome of what I am talking about to this point. Great fighter, sleeping and impregnating many women, has a terrible gambling habit, lives in a 10 million dollar mansion and HAS NEVER LOST A PROFESSIONAL FIGHT.
Pssst, here is the secret, he is about to lose. He is about to lose to the only MFer that can take him on the planet. Father Time, yep, that guy will eventually get them all.
Mayweather is 36 and his skills will no doubt be in decline. There are not many great fighters over the age of 33 or 34, the clock is ticking on Floyd. Tick, Tick, TIck, relentless and that and his ego will give us all a big payday.
What about the great Marciano you will ask, he went out on top? He did but did you know in his last 4 or 5 fights, he picked washed up older fighters. He also retired at 32, 4 YEARS YOUNGER THAN MAYWEATHER IS NOW.
The key to a great bet, is to see something that no one else does. Floyd is 36, I see it. He has not fought in a year and has been confined to a cell for 90 days in that time. This is the time. You can get &nb... [More]
Posted Sunday, September 02, 2012 12:49 PM
For me, Dolphins.
They just look beyond terrible.
Posted Thursday, June 14, 2012 02:02 PM
First of all-
I hate the NBA. I hate the flopping and star treatment. I hate the attitude and overall game. Stern has totally fucked this sport up. I especially hate that many if not most people actually like it.
Secondly- I never watch soccer, I am only watching as one my in laws are at my house and are European and "Futbol" obsessed and two, Van is making me some serious cash
The dives have to stop. They need a hockey type penalty for diving, or to be checked thoroughly as I fear many have vaginas.
If someone is "in pain" for more than 5 seconds he should have to come out of the game ala NBA. If he comes out a second time, there is no return.
Get rid of off sides. It is stupid. If you need to have a no cherry picking rule, install a large box ala NHL and once you are in the box, there is no off sides. If someone is behind you and you are on defense, you are a stupid fucker.
Get rid of ties and shootouts, let the fuckers play til someone scores. The NHL can go for hours same with MLB why not these pussies. Also, it will open up the game if they know they have to keep their coiffed hair out there past dusk.
Allow instant replays on all the diving and "injuries" ,I am watching this pussy from Croatia claim he has a twisted ankle and on the replay nothing happens to him, plain and simple. They have changed the NFL so if there are injuries late, you lose a timeout and they run the clock. It works.
Finally, GET A FUCK... [More]
Posted Friday, June 08, 2012 11:20 AM
Does LeBron have something to worry about.
Think about Malone and Stockton and Barkley. Great players but NO RINGS and why not, the biggest reason to me was a guy named MJ taking them year after year.
If the Thunder play the Heat and the Heat do not win, this could be the start of a dynasty. This Thunder team is so young, 4 or 5 rings would seem to be in reach.
That may mean the end of LeBrons ring dreams., he is no spring chicken now.
Hmmm, just a thought, like I said.
Posted Monday, January 16, 2012 11:39 PM
I have commented on many injuries in the NFL. Again, I have worked for some of the major sports teams. I have not ever worked with Peyton Manning nor have I ever seen any true medical evidence of his injury. This is speculation on a player of his caliber with this kind of injury. This is speculation, like over a beer kind of stuff.
I am concerned about Peyton. If someone knows different please let me know but I have seen no videos of him throwing in the last year. You see, if he has nerve damage ( and he does) then there is a significant chance it never returns to the point where he can play in the NFL again. He may never regain the strength in his tricep that would be necessary to him to throw a football 40 -60 yards down the field. Never.
That said, the Colts should have a pretty good idea right now what his arm strength is. There is a very, very important date coming up for Peyton and the Colts. It is March 8th. It is my understanding that is the Colts have him on the roster on March 8th, they owe him an absurd 28 million dollars. You have to think ( cuz I sure do) that the Colts will not give 28 million dollars to a 36 year old QB with only 40% tricep strength. Before I would write that check, I would have a physical and a simple drill to check out the ol arm.
Also, it really surprised me that the Colts cut their GM and President recently. Maybe this was related to the terrible year they had but I could not help think they wanted to keep Peyton and the Irsay... [More]
Posted Monday, January 09, 2012 01:57 PM
This will make some very mad but I only see 4 teams that can win it.
I do not think the Patriots can. Sorry. That D is too shaky and they have now lost their best pass rusher. Coach is good but no one is that good. Add on Brady's first round losses the last two years and I will be all over the Ravens in the AFC title game, taking the 4 points or so.
I am going to play the Saints, as good as the Pack and you get better odds. Also, I already have a Brees jersey.....
Posted Saturday, January 22, 2011 10:41 PM
All right, this thing stinks to me.
If Brady had a stress fracture was it even mentioned during the year? This would be an injury that would be required by the league to be mentioned in the injury report each week.
Stress fractures are fractures that develop over time and heal normally with just rest. That they chose to put a pin in the thing surgically makes me think the fracture was not a "normal stress fracture"
There are two possibilities to me:
1)He had the fracture all year and Bellichek was cheating again and not mentioning it on the Injury Report each week.
2)He had it from the last game of the year and it was a more severe fracture.........that they knew would need surgery after the year.
Look, you just do not pin a new stress fracture with 6 months of rest coming up. It is lunacy, something is not right here.
When I was watching that Pats Jets game ( a game I had the over in and no Pats bet) I kept thinking Brady was going down like a sack of potatos. Whenever Ellis got near him he just crumpled for the guy. Now I know Brady is not a scrambler (see Tarkenton) but he looked like the second coming of Neil "the whack" O'Donnell. He just looked like chit the entire game (save the first two drives). It was not vintage Brady, he was not even as good as Cassell.
So here is my conspiracy theory, Brady was hurt going into the game. He did not have the mobility or accuracy that he would normally... [More]
Posted Tuesday, January 04, 2011 07:44 PM
My New Years resolution is to only gamble at games I know I statistically have a chance to win at, games that can be 'BEATEN"
I have beaten one and two enough to feel comfortable in my abilities to do that. I have played 4 far more than I would care to admit and have never beaten it in the long run. Although I think I am better than an avg capper, I do not believe anyone can beat the outrageous rakes taken at the tracks today. I will still bet the ponies this year but WPS only and in a limited degree only.
That brings us to sports betting. I am a terrible sports bettor. I have lost consistently over the last 10 years. 2010 was the first year I showed a profit but at the end of the year I hit a terrible patch that has continued into 2011 and has taken most of my profits now. I want to try and build a bankroll and play 2011 on houses money and contine for the rest of my life. That is my goal.
If people can honestly help me to my goal I would appreciate it.
Simply put people, I need consistent winners or the ability to pick consistent winners and that as we all know is not easy.
Posted Saturday, January 30, 2010 01:17 PM
First of all, I think this is huge news and I mean HUGE!. This guy demands a double team and dictates what an offense can and cannot do. This injury figures big to me in the total and the overall outcome of the day. If you have to keep chipping this guy with a RB or TE (and you do) that slows down a big part of your O. So to me, it is important if he plays or not.
Now what is his injury? I saw it happen during the Jets game when he rolled his ankle or inverted his ankle late in the game. This is a classic injury to the ankle and one most of us "jocks" on covers have had at one time. This is another of those hurt like hell injuries. The inversion of the ankle tears the ATF ligament (anterior talofibular ) and the medial calcanear ligament. In rare circumstances it tears the PTF ligament. These ligament are responsible for the lateral stability of the ankle. If you have had one, you know that any "tweak" laterally or to the outside with this sprain will make you cry like your brother just stole your favorite toy. Straight running is not that much of a problem.
Freeney play the R DE positiion most of the time (although I have seen him moved all over the field). If he has no stability laterally on the ankle he will not be able to turn the corner so to speak. This is the classic Freeny move where he blows by the big L tackle and explodes to the quarterback while running on the ankle and foot with a right lateral force. If these ligaments are ... [More]
Posted Saturday, December 12, 2009 11:41 AM
You ever broken a bone? Hurts don't it. You play basketball? How important is the index finger on your shooting hand. Kobe has a broken bone on the extensor side of this finger meaning any bending of the finger will bring pain. Meanwhile, he played with it yesterday meaning he aggravated the injury and today it is probably the size of a grape. Hmmmm.
Can he play effectively with this injury? Maybe. Two things though, one is the injury if left untreated can lead to a condition called mallet finger, which would involve a permanent deformity to the finger. I am not sure if Kobe has enough of an injury to cause this but it is possible and it would put him on the shelf for 6-10 weeks. They may reevaluate him today and place him in a splint and on the IR. It is possible. Trust me , it is possible. Two, even if he does play, this is not the pinky on the non-dominant hand, it is the most important finger on the shooting hand and should cause him some trouble. Can he shoot L handed? Sure, he is the greatest alive (save one) but will it compromise his play? To me it will. Who the hell wants to shoot with their off hand all day. Furthermore, if he is shooting L handed maybe the NBA players will take away his left and make him go right. No guarantee there, it is the NBA.
Taking the Jazz, Lakers have to go on the road and they may be with a Kobe that is less than 100% or possibly without Kobe. They have not been good on the road this ... [More]
Posted Tuesday, August 04, 2009 01:20 AM
Ok guys I am going to let you all in on a little secret of mine that has just been cheese money for the last four or five years. I play the under win total on the loser of the superbowl. The reason for this is these teams to me then have to deal with all the free agents that they lose ( being the loser of the bowl they usually do not actively pursue them like some other teams) and that they tend to just come out a little flat the following year, I cashed very, very big on the Pats last year ( ty Brady for making this easy but this go with the idea......they had a backup who had never played, what the fuck?) and was excited to make the bet this year.......til I saw the number........8.5 ooooph. 9-7 loses in that shit ass division?
I am a little wary of making this bet and let me add I really like the coach of the Cardinals, from they day he came he showed me how totally awful Denny Green was. I may pass this fucker and bet something else.
I will take any comments....thanks
Posted Friday, June 12, 2009 06:16 PM
That all said, the NBA sucks. To have officiating that depends on your rep and years in the league is ridiculous. It is a mockery of sports.
Fouls are fouls and we all should have a good idea what that constitutes. The college game is so much easier to follow and bet for that reason. This product is a joke and they should start over.
I am personally done with the NBA BWS. I won a lot of money on the Lakers last night and watching the game. I felt the no-calls were ludicrous at so many points. I have never felt that way in the NCAA tourney.
I feel that this is a blessing and is telling me to quit watching this $h!t parading as a sport. This is not a sport, it is a popularity contest. You guys can have it. Really , think about it and let me know if I am wrong.
The WNBA has to be better than this, what kind of sport is decided by the refs?
Posted Thursday, January 01, 2009 02:19 PM
Hey - I need some help, does anyone know how the different conferences are staking up against the line this bowl season. I think that infrmation would be useful but am too lazy to figure out for myself.
Thanks in advance guys.
Also, if you are really a stud , how does this compare to the previous years????
Posted Tuesday, August 12, 2008 12:52 AM
I am thinking about making a make or break wager on the under for 2008 on the firstname.lastname@example.org
I am doing this on 2 things-
1) the super bowl slump for the losers of each super bowl
2) 13-3 is just so good in today's NFL-PARITY!
I know there schedule is easy-peezy as pie but I think they are not the same juggernaut this year-
appreciate any thoughts.