Lootmeister NFL Archives: August 2016 Through September 2016

 

Miami Dolphins vs. Cincinnati Bengals Pick – The Miami Dolphins come to Paul Brown Stadium to face the Cincinnati Bengals on Thursday Night Football. The Dolphins were able to create some good momentum by notching their first win of the season last Sunday with an overtime win over the Browns. They’ll have their work cut out for them on Thursday against a Bengals bunch that dropped their second in a row on Sunday with a home loss to the Broncos. Who can even their slate at 2-2 this week in this battle of 1-2 teams. Loot offers his take here. (8:25PM EST) – 9/29

Week 3 Pro Football Point Spreads – Here is a list of all the games for this upcoming NFL week. Take a look at the spreads and totals in this article and then check out the individual game write-ups where we break down the game and make the picks!

Atlanta Falcons vs. New Orleans Saints Prediction – On Monday Night Football, NFC South rivals meet, as the Atlanta Falcons come into the Superdome to face the New Orleans Saints. The Falcons showed a lot of upside on Sunday with a big road win over Oakland to even their mark at 1-1. But after two tough weeks, the Saints are 0-2, having fallen victim to a pair of late comebacks. Can they notch their first win on Monday? Loot gives his ATS advice here. (8:30PM EST) – 9/26

Chicago Bears vs. Dallas Cowboys Pick – On Sunday night football, the Chicago Bears come to AT&T Stadium to face the Dallas Cowboys. With the Cowboys using rookie QB Dak Prescott, the Bears are now also dealing with QB issues with Brian Hoyer now looking to get the start. At 0-2, can the Bears find some answers on the road or did Dallas get on the right track with a week two win? Loot breaks down the game and offers his ATS pick in this article. (8:30PM EST) – 9/25

Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Philadelphia Eagles Pick – The Pittsburgh Steelers come into Lincoln Financial Field to face the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday in a battle of 2-0 teams looking to go to 3-0. Both teams have also covered both spreads this season. Can the Steelers continue to see their offense fly or will rookie Carson Wentz be able to get another notch on his belt with a win over a good Pittsburgh team? Loot breaks the game down and offers his ATS pick here. (4:25PM EST) – 9/25

New York Jets vs. Kansas City Chiefs Pick – In a big conference game at Arrowhead in week three, the New York Jets come to face the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday in one of the late games. Both teams are 1-1. The Jets are coming off a Thursday night win over division foe Buffalo. Kansas City returns home after a tough raod loss to the Houston Texans on Sunday. They look for better results against a Jets team that looks to unleash a powerful offense in Arrowhead. After a rough week two game, the Chiefs’ offense is looking for a bounce-back game at home. Loot discusses who will cover this week. (4:25PM EST) – 9/25

San Diego Chargers vs. Indianapolis Colts Pick – In late Sunday action, the San Dieggo Chargers come to Lucas Oil Stadium to face the Indianapolis Colts. In week two, the Chargers evened their record at 1-1 with a landslide win over the Jags. This week, they face an Indy team that has once again gotten off to a bad start and will be pining to avoid the 0-3 start. Can Andrew Luck and Company get their first win at home against an injury-plagued Chargers’ bunch? Or will Philip Rivers find a way for San Diego? Loot offers his opinion here. (4:25PM EST) – 9/25

San Francisco 49ers vs. Seattle Seahawks Pick – In NFC West action, the San Francisco 49ers come to CenturyLink Field to face the Seattle Seahawks in a battle of 1-1 teams looking to get it to 2-1. The Niners look better this season under Chip Kelly, with some more life on both sides on the ball. Seattle, meanwhile, still has the best defense in the league, but now needs their offense to come to life after scoring just 3 against the Rams in LA last week. Who comes out ahead and covers the spread this week? (4:05PM EST) – 9/25

Los Angeles Rams vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Pick – On Sunday, the Los Angeles Rams come to Raymond James Stadium to face the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in week three action. After beating the Seahawks in a 9-3 slog last week, the Rams look to get their offense jump-started in Tampa. The Bucs followed a week one win with a 40-7 loss to Arizona and look to get things back on the right track. Which team can get their season pointed in the right direction at 2-1 this week? (4:05PM EST) – 9/25

Denver Broncos vs. Cincinnati Bengals Pick – The defending Super Bowl champion Denver Broncos come to Paul Brown Stadium to gace the Cincinnati Bengals in a key week three game on Sunday. After two straight home games, Denver takes to the road at 2-0 to face a tough 1-1 Bengals team that is having their home opener. Can Denver QB Trevor Siemian make it work in a demanding road game or will the Bengals score a nice win to go to 2-1? Loot gives his betting advice here in this article. (1PM EST) – 9/25

Minnesota Vikings vs. Carolina Panthers Pick – The Minnesota Vikings come into Bank of America Stadium to face the defending conference champion Carolina Panthers on Sunday. It has the makings of a heavyweight NFC encounter with the 2-0 Vikes looking to kick it up a notch with Sam Bradford now leading the offense. But he will be facing a fearsome defense on Sunday, as Carolina looked like their old self with a week two beating of the 49ers. Who will win and cover the spread in this one? (1PM EST) – 9/25

Detroit Lions vs. Green Bay Packers Pick – In NFC North divisional action from Lambeau, the Detroit Lions take on the Green Bay Packers in a battle of 1-1 teams looking to go to 2-1. Both teams lost on Sunday, with Detroit falling at home to the Titans, while the Packers lost to another divisional foe in the Vikings on the road. They look to make an impression this week in their home opener against a Lions bunch that beat them here last season. Who comes out ahead in this one? Loot dispenses his take and ATS pick in this article. (1PM EST) – 9/25

Arizona Cardinals vs. Buffalo Bills Pick – The Arizona Cardinals make the cross-country trip to New Era Field for a Sunday matchup against the Buffalo Bills. After losing in the season-opener, Arizona beat Tampa, 40-7, in week two are ready to kick their season into the next gear. To do so, they will need to upend a desperate 0-2 Buffalo team at home that really will be gunning for a positive development. Can the Cardinals dominate or will the Bills get off the schneid in week three? Loot offers his guidance in this article. (1PM EST) – 9/25

Oakland Raiders vs. Tennessee Titans Pick – The Oakland Raiders come into Nissan Stadium to face the Tennessee Titans in a critical week three matchup of 1-1 teams. The Raiders lost on Sunday at home in a surprising loss to the Falcons. The Titans, meanwhile, were able to go into Detroit and score the upset 16-15 win. Which team can push their mark to 2-1 and get rolling in week three? Look offers his betting advice here. (1PM EST) – 9/25

Cleveland Browns vs. Miami Dolphins Pick – The Cleveland Browns make the trip south to Miami to face the Dolphins in week three action. Both teams are 0-2 to begin the season, eager to get their first win in this matchup. Can Cleveland surprise the ‘Fins? Or will the Dolphins finally put it together and give new head coach Adam Gase his first win? And who will cover the spread? Loot offers his opinion in this article. (1PM EST) – 9/25

Baltimore Ravens vs. Jacksonville Jaguars Prediction – On Sunday, the Baltimore Ravens come into EverBank Stadium to face the Jacksonville Jaguars in week three action. The Ravens are 2-0 and looking to make it three in a row against a winless Jags bunch that is in dire need of an early-season positive development. Can the Ravens keep it rolling or do they hit a wall against a Jaguars team that might be sensing some big-time urgency? Loot offers his editorial here. (1PM EST) – 9/25

Houston Texans vs. New England Patriots Pick – On Thursday Night Football, the Houston Texans come into Foxboro to face the New England Patriots. Both teams have won both of their games and covered the spread both times. Houston looks for a big road win against the conference power and might be in as good a position as ever, with the Pats now with third-string rookie Jacoby Brissett under center. Can the Pats make it work, like they always seem to do, or are the personnel losses too much to overcome. Loot posits his take here! (8:25PM EST) – 9/22

Week Two NFL Point Spreads – Here is a list of all the point spreads and totals for the upcoming games in NFL week two action. In this article, all games are listed with lines and totals, while Loot also explains some of the concerns that come with betting on week two NFL action. Loot gives the full lowdown here!

Philadelphia Eagles vs. Chicago Bears Pick – The Philadelphia Eagles come to Soldier Field to face the Chicago Bears on Monday Night Football. The Bears open at home following a tough road loss to the Houston Texans after blowing a lead. They hope for better results against the Eagles, who won in week one with a 29-10 rout over the Browns. They looked good under first-year coach Doug Pederson and rookie first-round pick Carson Wentz at quarterback. Who will get the win on MNF? (8:30PM EST) – 9/19

Green Bay Packers vs. Minnesota Vikings Pick – In NFC North action in week two, the Minnesota Vikings open up new U.S. Bank Stadium when they host the Green Bay Packers on Sunday Night Football. Can the Vikings parlay a rising defense and big-time home enthusiasm into a win over the Packers? Or will their issues at QB betray them against an intact Packers team that may have found some answers on defense? Both team opened the season with road wins. Who can go to 2-0 this week. Loot gives his take in this article. (8:30PM EST) – 9/18

Jacksonville Jaguars vs. San Diego Chargers Prediction – The Jacksonville Jaguars come to Qualcomm Stadium to face the San Diego Chargers in week two AFC action. Jacksonville played decent in week one, losing by four at home to the formidable Packers. It didn’t compare to the painful defeat suffered by the Chargers on the road at Arrowhead. Ahead 24-3 late in the third, they let the Chiefs come all the way back, losing 33-27 in overtime. And to top it off, they lost Keenan Allen for the season. Can the Chargers bounce back from that in time for their home opener or will the rising Jags get in the win column this week? (4:25PM EST) – 9/18

Indianapolis Colts vs. Denver Broncos Pick – The Indianapolis Colts come to Mile High to take on the Denver Broncos in week one action. The Colts suffered a tough home loss to Detroit in week one, with a massive scoring surge in the second half falling just short, 39-35. They look to get in the win-column in a tough place to play against a well-rested Denver team that came back to beat the Carolina Panthers last Thursday with new quarterback Trevor Siemian to get the season off to a good note. Who comes out ahead in this battle? Loot offers his ATS pick here. (4:25PM EST) – 9/18

Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Arizona Cardinals Prediction – The Tampa Bay Buccaneers come to U of Phoenix Stadium to face the Arizona Cardinals in key week two NFC action. The Cardinals were somewhat unfortunate to come up short against the Patriots in week one and will be going all-out to avoid two straight home losses to open the season. Tampa, meanwhile, looks to open the season with two straight road wins after they beat Atlanta in week one. Can the rising Bucs upset the Cardinals or will an irritated Arizona team be a bit out their depth? (4:05PM EST) – 9/18

Cincinnati Bengals vs. Pittsburgh Steelers Pick – In AFC North action from Heinz Field, the Cincinnati Bengals take on the Pittsburgh Steelers in a battle between two 1-0 teams. These divisional battles can be pretty intense, even for those just betting the game. The Steelers are looking to establish themselves as a true power, while Cincy is trying to remind people of how good they looked before Andy Dalton went down last season. Loot provides his wagering counsel here. (1PM EST) – 9/18

San Francisco 49ers vs. Carolina Panthers Pick – The San Francisco 49ers come to Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte to face the Carolina Panthers in week two action. The Panthers are well-rested and looking to atone for their Thursday Night Football loss to the Broncos, when they had a 10-point lead in the 4th quarter. They will have to stave off a 49ers bunch that was definitely the surprise of week one with their shutout win over the Rams on MNF. Are the 49ers for real? Who covers the spread in this one? (1PM EST) – 9/18

Kansas City Chiefs vs. Houston Texans Pick – The Kansas City Chiefs come to face the Houston Texans in a battle of teams that both won their week one games. Kansas City overcame a 24-3 deficit late in the third quarter to beat the Chargers in overtime and they won twice in this very building last season. The Texans, with a new look offense, look to gain revenge on the Chiefs this week after beating the Bears in week one. Loot offers his ATS selection in this article. (1PM EST) – 9/18

Miami Dolphins vs. New England Patriots Pick – In AFC East divisional action, the Miami Dolphins come into Foxboro to face the New England Patriots. The ‘Fins have split with the Pats in each of the last three seasons and look to give them problems again this week after a tough road loss at Seattle. The Pats, with Jimmy Garoppolo behind center while Brady sits three more games, scored an upset road win over the Cardinals in week one and look to continue showing they can win without their superstar QB. Who covers the spread in this game? (1PM EST) – 9/18

New Orleans Saints vs. New York Giants Pick – The New Orleans Saints come to MetLife Stadium to face the New York Giants in key week 2 action. The Saints had one of the more painful of week one losses, with a late Oakland comeback spoiling their opener at the Superdome. They look to even up at 1-1 this week, but must beat a Giants home team that looked a lot better on defense with a week one road win against the Dallas Cowboys. Can the Saints explode in East Rutherford or will the Giants and Eli Manning exploit a Saints’ defense that still has a ways to go? (1PM EST) – 9/18

Dallas Cowboys vs. Washington Redskins Prediction – In NFC East action, the Dallas Cowboys come to FedEx Field to face the Washington Redskins. Dallas lost a close home opener to the Giants in week one and will be gunning to avoid an 0-2 start, especially to division teams. But the Redskins are also looking for a positive development after a 38-16 MNF hammering at home to the Steelers. Who can climb off the mat and even it up at 1-1 on Sunday? (1PM EST) – 9/18

Baltimore Ravens vs. Cleveland Browns Prediction – The Baltimore Ravens come to FirstEnergy Stadium to face AFC North rivals the Cleveland Browns. Baltimore saw their defense looking like it did in the past with a 13-7 grinding win over the Bills in week one. They look to make it to 2-0 against a Cleveland team that was beaten soundly in Philly in week one, before finding out that quarterback RG3 is out and Josh McCown is back in at QB. Can the Browns muster something at home or will the Ravens score an easy win? (1PM EST) – 9/18

Tennessee Titans vs. Detroit Lions Pick – The Tennessee Titans hit the road in week two to face the Detroit Lions at Ford Field. The Titans came up just short at home in week one to the Vikings in the kind of loss where they can bounce back from. To do so, they will need to beat a Lions team that has won 7 of 9 games dating back to last season, including a gutty 39-35 road win at Indy last week. Who comes out ahead in this one? (1PM EST) – 9/18

New York Jets vs. Buffalo Bills Pick – In in-state AFC East action, the New York Jets face the Buffalo Bills in the second installment of Thursday Night Football. Both teams are still looking for their first win of the season. They played last season in week 17 with the Bills spoiling the Jets’ postseason bid. Can the Jets exact revenge and get in the win-column or will the Bills be able to get it done at home? Loot makes his ATS pick here. (8:30PM EST) – 9/15

Los Angeles Rams vs. San Francisco 49ers Pick – The second game of a twin Monday Night Football bill features the official return of LA pro football, as the Los Angeles Rams come to Levi’s Stadium to face the San Francisco 49ers. The Rams are hoping a change in scenery can get them out of a prolonged funk. The Niners, meanwhile, are looking to rebound from a 5-11 season with new head coach Chip Kelly. Who covers the spread in week one? Loot offers his take in this article. (10:20PM EST) – 9/12

Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Washington Redskins Pick – The first game of a dual Monday Night Football bill features the Pittsburgh Steelers coming into FedEx Field to take on the Washington Redskins. Both teams made the playoffs last season and are looking for a little push this season. The Steelers have a powerful offense and a blossoming “D,” while the Redskins have loaded their aerial attack, while adding pieces like Josh Norman to bolster the other side of the ball. Who comes out ahead in week one? (7:10PM EST) – 9/12

New England Patriots vs. Arizona Cardinals Pick – In the opening installment of Sunday Night Football, the New England Patriots come to the southwest to take on the Arizona Cardinals. Both teams made it to the conference title game last year and look to take it a step further this season. And both teams look strong. The only fly in the ointment is Tom Brady’s 4-game suspension, which makes the Patriots a bit of a question mark for the first month of the season. Who covers the spread here in week one? (8:30PM EST) – 9/11

New York Giants vs. Dallas Cowboys Pick – In NFC east action, the New York Giants come to AT&T Stadium to face the Dallas Cowboys. The Cowboys will be moving ahead with Dak Prescott after Tony Romo went down again with an injury. Can he get the Dallas offense on the right track or will they be looking at a repeat of last year’s mess? The Giants, meanwhile, look to continue their high-flying aerial ways, while also adding a lot of horses on defense. Who can get this season off to a good start in this one? (4:25PM EST) – 9/11

Detroit Lions vs. Indianapolis Colts Pick – Week one also features a big home opener for the Indianapolis Colts, as they host the Detroit Lions at Lucas Oil Stadium in one of Sunday’s late games. The Lions aren’t getting a ton of respect this season, despite a promising 6-2 finish to their 2015 season. Meanwhile, the Colts slipped to 8-8 last year with star QB Andrew Luck out of action for over half the season. This is a big season for the Colts, who are feeling the heat to make something happen. Who can get 2016 off on a positive note? (4:25PM EST) – 9/11

Miami Dolphins vs. Seattle Seahawks Pick – The Miami Dolphins look to get their season off to a good start, but have their work cut out with a tough road opener at CenturyLink when they face the Seattle Seahawks. Miami has a first-year coach in Adam Gase and looks to finally realize their potential with a lot of talent on the roster. But Seattle is looking to return to power in the NFC after a year where they had their share of struggles. Can Miami get their act together? Will Seattle look like they did in the first or second half of last season? Oh, and who covers the spread? (4:05PM EST) – 9/11

Cincinnati Bengals vs. New York Jets Pick – Two AFC contenders meet in week one of the new NFL season, as the Cincinnati Bengals come to MetLife in East Rutherford to face the New York Jets. The Bengals looked to be going places last season, before an unfortunate injury to Andy Dalton put a dent in their postseason chances. The Jets won 10 games under first-year coach Todd Bowles and look for more success in 2016. In one of the better week one matchups on the schedule, who covers the spread? (1PM EST) – 9/11

Green Bay Packers vs. Jacksonville Jaguars Pick – The Green Bay Packers come south to face the Jacksonville Jaguars on opening Sunday in week one of the NFL season. The Packers are looking for bigger things this year after getting their hearts broken with two straight overtime playoff losses. With some pieces back and growing power on defense, they look primed for a run. But first they must top a home Jags team that has hopes of its own with a youth movement due to take hold and a slew of positive additions to the squad. In this article, Loot breaks down the game and offers a pick. (1PM EST) – 9/11

San Diego Chargers vs. Kansas City Chiefs Pick – The AFC West takes center stage at Arrowhead Stadium in week one, as the San Diego Chargers face the Kansas City Chiefs. The Chiefs won 11 straight games before getting bounced in the playoffs last season. They now have Jamaal Charles back and look to take over the division in 2016. First, they need to beat a Chargers team that was 4-12 last year, but stands out as a dangerous X-factor this season if a few things fall their way. Loot breaks down who will cover the spread in week one in this article (1PM EST) – 9/11

Oakland Raiders vs. New Orleans Saints Pick – In week one, the Oakland Raiders come into the Superdome to take on the New Orleans Saints. It’s a battle of 7-9 teams from last year, both of whom are looking to upgrade their standing this season. The Raiders are considered on the way up, with some young players coming into their own. The Saints, meanwhile, are looking to become contenders again. Who kicks the season off on a good note? (1PM EST) – 9/11

Chicago Bears vs. Houston Texans Pick – The Chicago Bears come to NRG Stadium to face the Houston Texans, as both teams kick off their seasons. Houston added some pieces after becoming unlikely AFC South champs last year with a huge second-half to the regular season. Chicago, meanwhile, is coming off their second double-digit loss season and they only won one home game last year. But hope springs eternal in week one, as both teams hit the field for opening week with optimism. Who will come out ahead and cover the spread in this one? (1PM EST) – 9/11

Minnesota Vikings vs. Tennessee Titans Pick – Week one NFL action features the Minnesota Vikings coming to Nissan Stadium to face the Tennessee Titans. The Vikings won the NFC North last season with an 11-5 record and look to take it a step further this season. It’s just that they need to ounce back from losing their quarterback Teddy Bridgewater and will now be turning to Sam Bradford, who was acquired late in a trade. The Titans have hopes of their own, having added a ton of pieces, as they look to make a big move here is the next few seasons. Who can hit the ground running in game one? (1PM EST) – 9/11

Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Atlanta Falcons Prediction – In NFC South opening week action, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers come to the Georgia Dome to take on the Atlanta Falcons. Can the Bucs’ Jameis Winston and Company continue to improve in his second season under new head coach Dirk Koetter? They will have their hands full in a tough road opener against a Falcons team that started the season great last year, before hitting some rocky passages. Who covers the spread in week one action? (1PM EST) – 9/11

Buffalo Bills vs. Baltimore Ravens Prediction – In game one action from MT&T Stadium, the Buffalo Bills take on the Baltimore Ravens. Both teams are looking to kick off the 2016 season in fine form, as the Bills look to follow through after a few promising seasons and Baltimore looks to rebound after their first losing season under Jim Harbaugh. In this article, Loot examines that game and offer a pick ATS. (1PM EST) – 9/11

Cleveland Browns vs. Philadelphia Eagles Pick – The Cleveland Browns make the trip to Lincoln Financial Field to face the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday in week one action. Both teams are under new leadership, as the Eagles look to bounce back from a rough patch. Luckily for them, they’re facing a team much more steeped in dysfunction than they are. It’s just that the Eagles traded their starting QB a week before the season, leaving them with Chase Daniel and number-two pick Carson Wentz. How will that shake out? And who covers the spread in week one? (1PM EST) – 9/11

Carolina Panthers vs. Denver Broncos Pick – The NFL season officially kicks off with a Thursday Night Football matchup of last season’s Super Bowl teams the Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos. Carolina is looking for revenge to kick off a season they hope leads to another appearance at the Big Dance. Denver, meanwhile, is trying to show they haven’t fallen off as some suspect. Who covers the spread in week one? Loot tries to help get us off to a good start with his analysis and pick. (8:30PM EST) – 9/8

Thursday, September 1st NFLX Play: San Francisco 49ers +1.

Wednesday, August 31st NFLX: Washington Redskins +2.5.

Sunday, August 28th NFLX: Today’s lines are pretty tight. We couldn’t find any advantages so we’re taking a pass. Never force the action as there’s ALWAYS another game!

Saturday, August 27th Play: Philadelphia Eagles +1.5.

Thursday, August 25th NFLX Pick: Seattle Seahawks -6.

Early Week One NFL Point Spreads – Sure, it’s a little early to be looking at week one point spreads in pro football. But you know what they say: The real value is when you venture where few dare to go. While we’re betting into the dark with a bet like this with so much still unsettled, there can be some good opportunities, as well. Click the link above to read more, as Loot gives us the early point spreads, with some analysis about this type of bet, along with some of his initial thoughts on the opening weekend in NFL in 2016.

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NFL Betting

Reduced Juice – Loot explains how reduced odds football betting works and where you can find this valuable asset.

What is a Point Spread? – Many new to the game struggle to understand why one side has a (+) while the other has a (-) in front of a team. We explain what the spread is and how it works.

Football Bets – All the different types of wagers that you can make when betting on football games.

What Professional Handicappers Do – Learn the tricks of the trade and increase your odds of beating the books!

Key Numbers – The article that bookies don’t want you to read!

NFL Betting Quiz – Test your football wagering prowess with Loot’s 10 question quiz!

Super Bowl 52 Predictions – Loot gives his preseason picks for which teams are most likely to win “the big game” along with middle of the road and a longshot that is sure to surprise you!

2017 NFL Season Wins Predictions – Loot breaks down every team and gives his opinion on how they’ll do vs. the number!

2017 NFL Bye Weeks – The first set start in Week 5 and the final byes take place in Week 11. Loot also gives tips on betting on teams coming off byes.

2017 NFL Coaching Changes – We seem to be in an era where football coaches become disposable in an instant if they don’t win. 2016 was no different as a handful of teams made the switch. Check out who went where right here!

Misc.

Famous Football Players – Biographies of the best and greatest NFL football players of all-time.

Greatest NFL Players of All Time – A list of all time greats at each position. Each position has it’s own dedicated article!

Best Quarterbacks of All Time – Joe Montana heads our list of top 10 QB’s, however, Tom Brady is a sure bet to give him a run for his money by the time his career is said and done.

Best Running Backs of All Time – We list the top 10 greatest ball carriers of all-time. The order may be debatable, as Jim Brown, Barry Sanders and Walter Payton all brought something special to the gridiron.

Football Lingo – One must be very familiar with all of the terms, slang and jargon associated with this game to win at football betting. Find a slew of pigskin terminology right here!

Football Quotes – Funny and memorable sayings from around the National Football League including comments made by Vince Lombardi and John Madden.