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The Saints are eager to bounce back against the Packers

Written by Matt Stevens   
Tuesday, 21 October 2014 20:32
New Orleans Saints vs Green Bay Packers oddsThe Saints are very eager to clinch a win when they take on the Packers at home on Sunday night on their Week 8 showdown that is eagerly anticipated by fans and price per head agents all over the country. New Orleans had a very poor 2-4 start, but the team wants to bounce back when they face Green Bay, who are only 1-9 ATS in their last 10 games on the road before they have a week off.

Many sportsbooks opened New Orleans’ betting line with the Saints being the favorites by 1.5 points. The total was placed at 55.

In the NFC North, Green Bay seem to be leading the division, as they are tied with the Lions. The Packers would like to go into their bye week winning five games in a row, but many experts believe that they’ll have a very difficult time when they take on the Saints at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.

The Packers ended up losing their first two games on the road when they took on the Seahawks and Lions, but were able to win their past two meetings with the Bears and Dolphins, and this should give the team a certain degree of confidence when they play on the road. Green Bay QB Aaron Rodgers did an excellent job on the field in all of the games that his team won, as he was able to complete almost 71% of all of his passes with no interceptions made and 13 TD’s.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 21 October 2014 20:58
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10 Biggest Trades minus LeBron

Written by Charlie Jimenez   
Saturday, 18 October 2014 22:19

A seismic change took place in the NBA this summer, as LeBron James returned home. The 29-year-old has gone back to Ohio to re-join hometown club the Cleveland Cavaliers, ending his four-year association with the Miami Heat. His heralded return has seen bookmakers such as Betfair install the side as favourites for the 2014/15 NBA Championship.

The return of James is a blockbuster piece of business for the Cavaliers. If his return warrants a maiden NBA crown then it has to be viewed as a major success. The trade of James to the Heat was a hugely successful trade for the South Coast side - arguably the best trade in history. And although LeBron has not been traded back it does invoke memories of his decision a few years back.

So who were the greatest trades of all time?

Kevin Garnett – Minnesota Timberwolves to the Boston Celtics 2007

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Jets Humiliated by Chargers

Written by Andrew Scofield   
Monday, 06 October 2014 22:09
Jets Humiliated by ChargersThis Sunday (05) sunny San Diego received the game between the Jets and the Chargers, valid for the fifth week of the NFL regular season. The fans went home happy life, after watching the ride provided by QB Philip Rivers and company up the listless New York Jets. With the score 31-0, the Bolts win their fourth straight victory and lead the AFC West.

The Jets have one of the best defenses against the run game in the NFL, the Chargers have one of the worst ground attacks in the league, due to several injuries in his group of runners. Even so, the ground attack of San Diego won 162 yards and was extremely helpful for success against the New York Jets. The attack of the Jets reached the attacking midfield only twice in the last two minutes of play, when the game was already decided. After the match, coach Rex Ryan called all responsibility for the defeat itself.

As throughout the duel, the first time the game was complete domination of the Chargers. Were recorded three touchdowns, two on receptions airline TE Antonio Gates and running of freshman RB Branden Oliver. Rivers to throw an INT came in the second quarter, but on the next play RB Chris Johnson suffered fumble, making the ball back to San Diego.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 21 October 2014 21:56
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