Vegas, local bookies and online sportsbooks

Vegas, local bookies and online sportsbooks

Let’s put it this way: if you want to bet NFL football from home, you are limited to two choices; you can either find a local bookie and do business with him over the phone, or go for online sports betting.

I think both choices are good, but I find online NFL betting a better option as you will surely get better deals since competition is considerable among online sportsbooks and to get your NFL football betting action, they will do as much as they can to make you forget about the others.

They will try to hold you with bonuses; they will offer you lower juice on each of your winning NFL bets if you get to place your bets on a determined day; they will send you free promotional stuff like shirts, pagers, calendars, etc.

But the most important thing is that they will offer you superior NFL odds, even better than the Vegas ones, so if you are an experienced bettor you know the difference ½ point can make on a given NFL football line and in order to compete, they will push the spread to your favor the more they can, so you can at least have a good chance to win.

Another thing is that these online sportsbooks are publicly traded, which means that have a good capital to backup their NFL football betting operation.

The choice is yours!

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Favre, Green Bay Packers and REALLY too much drama…




Favre, the Green Bay Packers and REALLY too much drama…


I was talking to a few friends this past week about the soap opera in NFL football about Brett Favre and the Packers, whom are still discussing the posibility of Favre returning as starting quarterback for Green Bay.


We even got some lines on what the outcome of the whole story will be: one saying that Favre will return to NFL football and play starter quarterback for the Pack, another one saying that Favre will return and serve as back up quarterback for Aaron Rodgers, and the last one with Favre coming back to NFL sports and playing starter quarterback for another team (most likely the Vikings).


Of all of these options, the one that approaches the most to reality is Favre returning and playing somewhere else… why? Well, because he’s old. He will turn 38 in October, and the gap of age between him and his teammates is of notice, as most of the starting line-up for the Pack is full of guys on their early 20’s. Even Aaron Rodgers is just 24 years-old, and being a first-round pick, he’s ready to take on Favre’s position, plus Rodgers will probably perform at the same level and for a few million dollars less… not bad.


We bet NFL football and made some cash with these futures, so we encourage Favre and the Packers to continue with their theater play, thank you for helping us making some quick cash!


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NFL football season 2009 – Watch out for Tom Brady & the New England Patriots

NFL sports teams are ready for this coming NFL football season, and if you want to bet NFL football, it’s time to take a look at what is coming.


Let’s talk about the Patriots: they  will have to deal with the fact that now other teams are aware of how to beat them by holding Tom Brady still. And I honestly don’t see them winning each game this coming NFL football season. I think they missed their chance of having a place in NFL sports history by losing the most important NFL football game: the Super Bowl.


The Patriots are the kind of team they are because of Tom Brady, he’s the guy that is trusted to guide the rest on every single NFL football game and when he fails to do so, consequences are not positive at all. The most clear example of this is the last Superbowl, as Brady got injured with a high ankle sprain just days before the big game, and any person who saw the game could notice that Brady just wasn’t the same person: He didn’t deliver as expected and sadly, they lost the game that would have gave New England a perfect NFL football season record.


But Tom Brady is back in shape and chances are that the Pats are going to be tough contenders since the 2-people team made up by the All-Star quarterback and Randy Moss is ready to prove that they can do as good as last football season.

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