NFL picks

If you are one of the millions of NFL picks fans, who love to gamble on the results of football matches, put in mind that it is not a level playing field and dominated by simply one half number of National football league ‘Super Powers’ reassess. About nine diverse squads currently have achieved the Super Bowl since the birth of the new century: the Steelers, Patriots and Packers are often considered real National football league heavyweights.

NFL picks history

In the past ten years, the Saints, Ravens, Bucs made it to their particular first ever Super Bowl, stored their very own nerve and won all of it. In the initial times of the NFL picks, after its 1968 beginning, a handful of clubs took over the Super Bowl: Steelers, Cowboys, The San Francisco 49ers, The Green Bay Packers and also Redskins. Within the last decade, just the Pittsburg Steelers and the Green bay Packers show their own endurance winning Super Bowl game titles in 2008 as well as the year 2010.

Top 5 NFL Picks Handicappers

Some NFL Handicappers are great in making NFL picks daily, some great in making those NFL picks in packages.

Here are some of the top 5 NFL picks Handicappers:

Coopers pick: Mike Cooper has been in the industry of NFL picks, not well known in Vegas but, really gets all his information from Costa Rica, having a wide variety of connections there, and getting over 65% last year in getting all the NFL picks right.

Jim Picks: John Mack is not new to choosing NFL Picks. He is the Green NFL Capper which in personality terms is he is an analytical NFL picks. He gathers data from over 5 others handicappers, 15 insiders and plugs it into three software programs that spit out chance and percentages.

Jim Feist: He is a legend in the NFL picks, having a name, followers and decades of connections.
He always wins over the long term of the NFL picks.

Johnny C. Sports: Johnny has been in the NFL picks industry for over three decades.

Adam Meyer: Adamwins.com is having all its information from previous players, coaches and agents as well as having insiders everywhere.

 

So what you want is:

  • Watch NFL Team reports and websites.
  • Check the best NFL picks handicappers.


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NFL mock draft

In NFL mock draft, Young football players will have their dreams made when they get called to the stage by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell in the eighth of September.

This year, putting together an NFL mock draft is even tougher than usual not putting a little bit of a crap shoot, due to the lack of a clear-cut top prospect or two to start things off. In this year, it seems that one could take the top eight to ten prospects, putting their names in a hat, and draws them at random and chances are the selections would make sense.

Questions flying about 2011 NFL mock draft

Every team has their top targets picked, but by this year the 2011 mock draft has more uncertainty than any other NFL draft. Will Cam Newton be the first overall pick? Or Will the Bills draft a quarterback? And where will Blain Gabbert be drafted? Also How far will Nick Fairley and Da’Quan Bowers fall?

The Panthers have done a good job in keeping their cards close to their vest, and haven’t made it obvious who their pick will be in the 2011 NFL mock draft.
Newton is a very risky pick, but he does possess the highest upside of ant
quarterback in the draft. He would benefit by sitting behind a veteran as he adjusts to life under center in a pro-style offense.

The Broncos are in serious need of impact players on the defensive side of the ball in which Miller seems to be the biggest impact defender in the draft.

Ryan Fitzpatrick played well enough in 2010 so the Bills should be looking to fill more pressing needs than quarterback in 2011 NFL mock draft. Also, Dareus has passed Aubrn’s Nick Fairley on many draft boards and would be a nice piece to start building a defense around.

Top Overall 2011 NFL mock draft

Although, Tennessee drafted defensive end Derrick Morgan in the first round last year, the Titans will be looking to beef up their defensive line even more this year.
Quarterback in 2011 NFL mock draft is a possibility here as well if the Titans like any of the remaining signal-callers enough to select them this high.


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2011 NFL Schedule

The Nfl has released the official 2011 NFL Schedule with all game dates. The Nfl 2011 season will start on Thursday the eighth of September.

2011 NFL Schedule Week by Week

With the New Orleans Saints facing the Green Bay Packers starts the NFL season. The 2011 NFL Schedual begins On Sunday the eleventh of September:

  • Atlanta at Chicago
  • Cincinnati at Cleveland
  • Buffalo at Kansas City
  • Philadelphia at St. Louis
  • Tennessee at Jacksonville
  • Pittsburgh at Baltimore
  • Indianapolis at Houston
  • Detroit at Tampa Bay
  • NY Giants at Washington
  • Carolina at Arizona
  • Minnesota at San Francisco
  • Dallas at NY Jets

2011 NFL Schedule of Monday’s Nights

On Monday the twelfth of September in the 2011 NFL Schedule:

  • New England at Miami
  • Oakland at Denver

On Monday of the 2011 NFL Schedule the nineteenth of September:

  • St. Louis at NY Giants

On Monday the twenty the six of September of the 2011 NFL Schedule:

  • Washington at Dallas

On Monday, October the fifth of the 2011 NFL Schedule:

  • Indianapolis at Tampa Bay

The 2011 NFL Schedual, On Monday the tenth of October:

  • Chicago at Detroit

On Monday, October the seventeenth:

  • Miami at NY Jets

On Monday the twenty the fourth of October:

  • Baltimore at Jacksonville

On Monday the thirty the first of October:

  • San Diego at Kansas City

On Monday, November 7

  • Chicago at Philadelphia

On Monday, the fourteenth of November:

  • Minnesota at Green Bay

On Monday, November the twentieth the first:

  • Kansas City at New England

On Monday, November the twentieth the eighth:

  • NY Giants at New Orleans

On Monday the fifth of December:

  • San Diego at Jacksonville

On Monday the twelfth of December:

  • St. Louis at Seattle

On Monday, December the nineteenth:

  • Pittsburgh at San Francisco

On Monday the twenty six of December the final Monday of the 2011 NFL Schedule:

  • Atlanta at New Orleans

 

In order to find out the strength of the 2011 NFL Schedule: it is
calculated by looking at the winning and loss record of each team in the 2011 NFL Schedule season, in which Carolina Panthers come in the first place, then Buffalo Bills in the second place, and New York Jets in the third place in the 2011 NFL Schedule.


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2011 NFL Draft

The 2011 NFL Draft is the 76 most common source of player recruitment of the NFL. The NFL Draft is the annual event where the 32 National Football League teams choose a new eligible college football player. The 2011 NFL Draft was held at Radio City Music Hall like the 2010 Draft: it took three days, in which the first rounds of the 2011 NFL Draft took place on Thursday the twenty eighth of April, the second and third rounds took place on Friday,the twenty ninth of April, and the final rounds of the 2011 NFL Draft on Saturday the thirties of April.

The 2011 NFL Draft was the eleventh draft, which included multiple Heisman winners, and the first time that it has occured in consecutive frafts.

Ten minutes were allowed to teams in the 2011 NFL Draft to make each selection in the first round, seven minutes per selection in the second round and then five minutes in each of the subsequent rounds in the 2011 NFL Draft.

The 2011 NFL Draft Early Entrants

A 56 underclassmen announced thier intention to forgo their remaining NCAA eligibility and declare themselves eligible to be selected in the 2011 NFL Draft. In order to be eligible according to the 2011 NFL Draft rules: a player must be out of high school for at least three years.

Non-Seniors were first eligible to be drafted in 1990,fourteen first overall picks have been players, who have entered the draft early. The first eight players chosen in the 2011 NFL Draft, were  non seniors, which broke the record of six set in 1997 and matched 2006 draft.

The only two seniors in the 2011 NFL Draft were: Jake Locker and Von Miller among the first ten draftees.

2011 NFL Draft Free Agents

In 2011 NFL Draft, The Colts have insisted that Manning will be made the league’s highest paid player. Matt Moore said that the collapse of the Panthers stilll remains an enigma to him at the 2011 NFL DRaft, as in the past, the team responded well to Matt Moore at quarterback, since he made nice throws in tight windows and protected the football.

Many people wonder how Alex Smith in the 2011 NFL Draft would have panned out if he had a stable offensive coordinator to this point. Although, he remains a free agent, it seems like a foregone conclusion that he will get one final shot under head coach Jim Harbaugh in San Francisco.


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NFL.com

NFL.com is the site of The National Football League (Nfl), which is The highest level of professional American football in the United States. The National Football League was formed by eleven teams in 1920 as the American Professional Football Association. The league is divided into two conferences: the american Football Conference and National Football Conference, and each conference has four teams each, for a total of 16 teams in each conference.

NFL.com as a new Media for the NFL

Do you know that Each Nfl team has its own radio network . The Nfl is heard nationally on the Westwood One Radio Network, Sports USA Radio Network, the Dial Global-compass Media Sports Network and in Spanish on Univision Radio. Also, the Super Bowl ranks as the most watched show of the year in the United States and second most watched sporting event worldwide behind the UEFA Champions League final.

The NFL announced in October 2006, that the legue would fully operate NFL.com, including the development of the technology, infrastructure and editorial content of NFL.com.The had been previously produced and hosted by CBS SportsLine since 2001, while it has launched with its major redisign NFL.com in August 2007.

In March 2009. NFL.com recieved its first-ever Sports Emmy nominations, which earned recognition for its NFL.com LIVE coverage of NFL Network’s Thursday and saturday Night Football and its Anatomy of a play.

Have you visited NFL.com?

Senior vice president of NFL digital media strategy, Brian Rolapp spoke about NFL.com discussing the rapidly changing in the digital landscape, that bring NFL.com in-house providing a greater control of valuable content and enablling a strategicall build to NFL.com site as a media assest, in which fans can look forward to an even more entertaining, interactive and informative site.

In January 2008, the NFL  annnounced that they will jointly manage and operate NFl.com in Latin which is powered by Univision.com, the official U.S. Spanish language website of the NFL.com.

In the beginning of September 2008, the NFL announced that it would simulcast all NBC Sunay Night Football games on NFl.com, which makes them provideed an Emmy nominated award “complementary live broadcastt”. This service was avaliable by a pay service or after the games are played with the ability of watching up four previously recorded games at once.


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NFL Draft

The NFL Draft is the annual event where the 32 National Football League teams choose a new eligible college football player. The NFL Draft is the most common source of player recruitment of the NFL.

The players selected in the NFL Draft played college football. Players who have completed their redshirt sophomore year only can enter the NFL Draft. Few players can be selected from other football leagues like the Arena Football League or the Canadian Football League.

The Supplemental Draft of the NFL Draft

The NFL Draft has held a Supplemental Draft since 1977, to accommodate players who did not enter the regular draft.Generally, the players enter the Supplementary Draft because they missed the filling deadline of the NFL Draft or because issues developed which affected their eligibility. The draft occurs at some point after the regular NFL Draft and before the start of the next season.

The NFL Draft order is determined by a weighted system that is divided into three groupings. The teams that had six or fewer wins in the last season come first, followed by non-play off teams that had more than six wins, then followed by the 12 playoff teams.

In 1990, only players who graduated or exhausted their college eligibility were made avaliable for the supplemental draft. While from 1993, only players who had planned to attend college but for various resons could not, have been included in the supplemental draft of the NFL Draft.

The NFL Draft Venue

The NFL Draft has taken place since 1936, and has had to move into larger venues as the event has gained in popularity, drawing fans from across the world. For a ten-year period, the NFL Draft was hosted at The Theatre at Madison Square Garden, but the NFL moved it to the Javits Convention Center in 2005. The NFL Draft in 2006, was held at Radio City Music Hall, in which it has been held there ever since.

The NFL Draft tickets are free and made avaliable to fans on a first-come first-served basis, in which the tickets are distributed at the box office the morning of the NFL Draft: one ticket per person.

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The National Football League | Nfl

The highest level of professional American football in the United States is the National Football League (Nfl). The National Football League was formed by eleven teams in 1920 as the American Professional Football Association, with the league changing its name to the national Football League (Nfl) in 1922.

The Nfl currently consists of thirty-two teams from the United States.

The league is divided into two conferences: the american Football Conference and National Football Conference, and each conference has four teams each, for a total of 16 teams in each conference.

The Nfl is the most attended domestic sports league in the world by average attendance per game, with 66,960 fans per game in the season of 2010-2011.

The Nfl is an unincorporated association and a fedral nonprofit designation comprising its 32 teams.

Nfl History

The National Football League was the idea of the American-Indian Olympic legendary Jim Thrope, player-coach of the Canton Bulldogs, and Leo Lyons, owner of the Rochester Jeffersons in 1917.

On the twentieth of August in 1920, at a Hupmobile dealership in Canton, Ohio, the league was formalized, as the American Professional Football Conference, consisting only of the Ohio League teams.

A month later, the league was renamed the American Professional Football Association, in which the eleven founding teams struck an agreement over player poaching and the declaration of an end-of-season champion.

In 1958 , when that season’s Nfl championship game become known as “The Greatest Game Ever Played”, the Nfl was on its way to become one of the most popular sports leagues in the United States.

The Nfl solidified its dominance as America’s top spectator sport and its important role in American culture in the 1970s and 1980s.

Nfl in Media

  • Television:

The televison rights to the Nfl are the most lucrative and expensive sports broadcasting commodity in the United States. Annually, the Super Bowl ranks as the most watched show of the year in the United States and second most watched sporting event worldwide behind the UEFA Champions League final.

  • Radio:

Each Nfl team has its own radio network . The Nfl is heard nationally on the Westwood One Radio Network, Sports USA Radio Network, the Dial Global-compass Media Sports Network and in Spanish on Univision Radio.


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What do you know about Sports betting systems?

The set of events combined for a particular game for particular sport represents a profitable betting scenario is called Sports betting systems. Sports betting systems supposedly allow the gambler to have an edge in sports betting.

The very short-lived Sports betting systems are called trends, while the higher one is called an angle.

Sports betting systems

Betting systems is based on the statistical analysis that have been around for awhile. “The Computer Group” was a group from Sports betting systems that was known for their accurate predictions, formed in Las Vegas in 1980 and successfully wagered on college football and basketball games for years, having the most famous member Billy Walters.

Sports betting systems have not been well trusted by bettors as the stigma is that a sporting event has too many intangibles in which a machine cannot predict. While, things have begun to change recently as owners of teams have begun to take notice of the value of statistics.

“Sabermetrics” by Bill James, and “Basketball on Paper” by Dean Oliver, have begun to bring detailed statistical analysis to the forefront of Sports betting systems.

Sports betting systems types

There are two types of Sports betting systems:

  1. The more historical info one has, the more accurate results one will get. As one will never be able to bet in a Sports betting systems within 100% of accuracy as there will always be undetermined agents. The historical data one need to know to apply multiple regressions in Sports betting systems is: Wins, Losses, Win to Lose ratio, home game record, away game record, past ten game outcomes, injures, team changes, new coaches, etc.
  2. Statistical anomalies: are derivations from the common rule giving one a competitive advantage. One shoul know significant factors such as: injures, does the team tends to win in an indoor or outdoor sports stadiums, wether, what atmospheric conditions is the team used to playing in, also seeing the puplic opinion and the team psyche. All these are: amix of psychological, motivational, biological, situational factors  in which more than one factor that points towards a team is needed to have a successful Sports betting systems.


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ESPN Radio

The American Sports Radio Network ESPN Radio was launched on January the first of 1992 under the original banner of “Sports Radio ESPN”, which is located at ESPN headquarters in Bristol, Connecticut.

ESPN Radio is a broadcast to hundereds of affiliate stations as well as to subscribers of Sirius Satellite Radio and XM Satellite Radio in the United States and Canada.

ESPN Radio has currently now four company-owned stations in New York city, Los Angeles, Chicago, and Dallas.

ESPN Radio History

On the fourt of January in 1992, Keith Olbermann hosted the first program in the first launch of the ESPN Radio telling the story of Danny Tartabull signing with the New York Yankees as a free agent.

In the beginning, ESPN Radio broadcasted only on weekends. While in 1996, it expanded to weekdays with a show hosted by The Fabulous Sports Babe, Nancy Donnellan to the weekdays.

Two years later, Tony Bruno and Mike Golic together were brought for a new morning show called the “Bruno & Golic Morning Show” which continued till Bruno’s leaving of the network in 2000, and Mike Greenberg replaced him, and the name of the show became “Mike & Mike” which is still aired till now. Mike & Mike in January 2010 celebrated their tenth year anniversary on ESPN Radio.

The main stay in afternoons was hosted by Dan Patrick untill his departure from ESPN Radio in 2007.

ESPN Radio gained national radio rights to the NBA in 1995 but, it gained the rights to the MLB on national radio. Gradually, ESPN Radio added more dayparts and became a 24-hour radio internet service.

ESPN Radio Shows

What is your favourite Radio show of these:

  • “Mike & Mike” from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. ET everyday.
  • “The Herd” from 10:00 a.m till 1:00 p.m. ET all weekdays.
  • “SVP” from 1:00 p.m. till 4:00 p.m. ET in all weekdays.
  • “The Doug Gottlieb Show” from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. all weekdays.
  • “All Night” from 1:00 a.m to 4:00 a.m. ET in all weekdays.
  • “The Brain Kenny Show”  is from 8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m ET.
  • “College GameDay” on Saturday from 12:00 p.m till 7:00 p.m. ET.
  • “The NFL on ESPN Radio” on Sunday  from 1:00 till 7:00 p.m. ET.

and there are more sports, thriller and action programs on ESPN Radio.


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Sports Betting

The activity of predicting sports results and placing a wager on the outcome is called Sports Betting. Sports Betting is illegal throughout most of the United States, common throughout much of Europe, and an everyday gambling industry in Nevada. Experts estimate a “handle” of more than $200 billion annually in the United States.

Legality of Sports Betting

It is illegal to operate a Sports Betting, except in a few states in the United States of america. The profession of Sports Betting is eagulated but not criminalized in many european nations. A Fairleigh Dickinson University PuplicMind poll found in April 2009 that 63% of New Jerseyians supported legalizing Sports Betting in Atlantic city. In March 2010, a national Puplic Mind poll found that 39% of Americans woul support changing laws so that Sports Betting would be allowed in all states, whereas 53% reported that they would not support such. In February 2011 Puplic Mind found that 53% of New Jersy voteers supported that legalizing Sports Betting in all states, believing that “lots of people bet anyway, so government should allow it and tax it”. In 2010, the Puplic Mind national survey found that 67% of Americans did not support the legalization of Internet Sports Betting websites in the United States while, 21% said they would support legalization.

Where Sports Betting is illegal, bettors usually make their sports wagers with illicit bookmakers (bookies) and on the Internet in which thousands of online book makers accept wagers on sporting events around the world.

Sports Betting Types

Sports Betting is commonly performed through a bookmaker or through various online Internet outlets. There are many types of Sports Betting like:

  • Proposition bets: wagers made on a very specific outcome of a match like guessing the number of goals each team scores.
  • Parlays: multiple bets that reward the successful bettor a large payout, in which a bettor ould include four different teamss will win, if any of the four bets fails the bettor will loses the Sports Betting Parlay, and if the bets win the bettor recieves a higher payout.
  • Progressive parlays: it involves large payout but smaller than the normal parlay.
  • Teasers: combining the bets on two or more different games, in which the bettor can adjust the point spreads for the two games but, realizes a  lower return on the bets in the event of a win.
  • If bets: contains at least two straight bets joined together by an if clause determining the wagers process.
  • Run line, puck line: wagers offered as alternatives to straight up, featuring a fixed point spread that offers a higher payout for the favourite Sports Betting.
  • Future wagers: a long-term horizon measured in weeks or months of Sports Betting.
  • Head-to-head: prediction of each compititor results.
  • Totalizators: the odds are changing in real time of Sports Betting according to the share of total exchange of the possible outcomes.
  • 2nd half bets: a Sports Betting that is placed only at halftime of a particular spoting events.


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