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Opening Night NFL: Chiefs vs. Patriots Sports Betting Preview

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Here is a betting preview of the contest from a spectacular sports picks website

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Top Sports Service Bets For Thursday Night NFL

NFL preseason picks week 1 are up from the top sports handicappers in the world. Here is the rundown from OffshoreInsiders.com.

Why not start out with the winningest handicapper in history, Joe Duffy? JDP with a total eclipse of the bookies, sweeping MLB. We go 4-0 on the diamond including Minnesota +144 and Philadelphia +132. We are a solid 12-8 the last 20 MLB with five dogs winning. Your NFL Specialist has an NFL side and two NFL totals.

Holy smokes. Get eight MLB winners led by MLB Underdog of the Week. This named play is among eight night MLB and 12 winners in all.

Now to power of 620-plus sources, the famed MasterLockLine. No. 1 all-time preseason service has exploded over the last half-dozen or so years with stringers dedicated to monitoring Twitter and online sources for critical wagering information. They have won at least 9 units every preseason since 2007. Only bet so far, the Hall-of-Fame game OVER wins. Two tonight, one side and one total

Top ranked handicapper all-time combined goes back to the scorephone days has NFL Preseason Total of the Week on Houston vs. Carolina OVER wins. Preseason NFL game of the Week goes tonight

No. 1 sports service for 2017 is out of Deep South. Personal Best Bets are above 65 percent. NFLX Personal Best Bet of the Week tonight

Sports service of out Philadelphia, though best known for being No. 1 all-time in NFL, is also No. 1 all sports since 1998, based on one unit per bet minus the juice.  Preseason Total of the Month NFL tonight

The top ranked handicapper in all sports since 2006 is out of Las Vegas. His Four-Weight plays are probably as big of a bet as there is, averaging one or two a week during busy betting season and one or two a month in the summer months. Preseason Four-Weight plays a stunning 12-2-1 since 2014. Rare, but powerful, side tonight is Four-Weight in NFL

All-time leading handicapper in all sports, going back to 976-LOCK days is known for his famed 10*s. He is one of the few cappers on earth who has a positive ROI in every sport, college and pro separately. 10* MLB Game of the Month

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Pro Football Gambling: Eli Manning Better Than Peyton Says Tiki Barber

Once upon a time, New York Giants running back (now retired), Tiki Barber, said quarterback Eli Manning was “laughable.” Shortly after that statement, Manning would go on to lead Big Blue to a Super Bowl XLII victory in which he would be named MVP. The following year, Barber would apologize to Manning for his comments in a face-to-face interview. But Barber took that apology to a new level on Wednesday, telling Brandon Tierney and Dana Jacobsen of CBS Sports’ the Morning Show that Eli is now better than his brother and current Denver Broncos quarterback, Peyton Manning.

“The expectation was that he was never going to be Peyton. I remember having these conversations with people who watched Eli in college, saying, ‘He’s good, but he’s never going to be Peyton, he’s not Peyton.’ Guess what? I think he’s better than Peyton,” Barber told CBS Sports. “Because of clutch. What matters in sports? It’s winning and losing. You get to the stage and what do you do? Eli’s gotten there and he’s won.”

But Barber didn’t stop there. Instead, he said he feels Eli has positioned himself to eventually be considered one of the top five quarterbacks in NFL history … if he wins another Super Bowl, Super Bowl MVP award and has a couple more 2011-like seasons.

“For Eli to crack the top five of all time, he’s got to have a 2011 [type] season a couple more times and win another Super Bowl and be Super Bowl MVP, and then I think he’s in the discussion for the top five [quarterbacks] of all time,” Barber said.

In the end, Barber knows he, himself, has been proven wrong about Eli. But unlike the other analysts and pundits that refuse to acknowledge their mistake, Barber has owned up to his.

“As much as you want to try and diminish what he’s done, you can’t,” he added. “Every stat and conversation point supports what he’s done.”

If that sort of honesty doesn’t mend fences, we’re not sure anything ever will.


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