It’s never too early to start planning for next season. One of my rituals the past five years has been to participate in the SiriusXM Fantasy Mock Draft the week right after the season. It’s a great exercise for this point of the calendar and really helps lay the foundation for my off-season prep.
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The Super Bowl has a rich history and with this year being the 52nd edition of the big game, it’s a great time for some reflection. Football’s biggest game has featured some thrilling finishes, great performances and its fair share of blowouts too. Here is a look at our top 13 championship games during the event’s 50-plus year run.
Both the Rams and Patriots offer some fantasy upside and with the total hovering around 57 points on this game, expect some points to go up on the scoreboard. It’s time for our final GSI Cheat Sheet of the 2018 NFL season.
Such has been the sustained success of Tom Brady that as writers, we’re running out of new things to say about him. At the age of 41 he’s been, seen and done it all. He’s been evergreen in a way that players just aren’t supposed to be when they enter their 40s.
After 52 Super Bowl matchups some trends have developed that could offer some insight on how you approach this year’s contest from a betting perspective. I take a stab at making my picks on the final NFL game of the season.
We’ve reached the final game of the 2018 NFL season as the Patriots battle the Rams in Super Bowl LIII. In Episode 87 of The GetSportsInfo Podcast I look at the matchup, talk prop bets, trends, and give my official final score prediction. Continue reading
The Big Game is upon us. The event that more people watch, every year, than any other annually televised event. The Super Bowl is here!
The final football game of the year always brings with it a reason to celebrate with some friends and family. Regardless of how many people you’re watching with having games around the game always make things better. Here are some ways to spice of your football party:
It’s hard to believe that it has been nearly 30 years since Joe Montana drove the 49ers the length of the field to hit John Taylor for a scoring strike with 0:32 on the clock, as San Francisco knocked off Cincinnati to win Super Bowl XXIII. Lost in one of the greatest comebacks in Super Bowl history was just how good the 1988 Bengals were as a football team.