Top Three Joe Burrow Rookie Cards to Invest in Right Now

The number one overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft out of LSU, Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow is having himself a fine rookie season in the NFL.

Therew is every reason to believe he is on his way to becoming a franchise QB in the National Football League. With that in mind, here are three of the best options, if you are looking to obtain a Joe Burrow rookie card on the open market right now.

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Four Tips for Betting on NFL Games

This is a guest post by Steve Conway: techie, adrenaline junkie and sports buff.

For sports fans, the games are already exciting enough. But one way of making them even more exciting is to bet on them. If you are already familiar with the NFL and how it works, you shouldn’t find betting too complicated. If this is all new to you, there are some things you need to know. 

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Five of the Best NFL Rookies so far this Season

The NFL season is still young, but already fans and self-appointed “experts” alike have identified the players and trends which they believe will dictate the season. As with most sports, football has been rocked to its core by the Covid-19 pandemic, with spectators locked out of games, and frequent disruption due to positive cases altering schedules.   [Read more…]

Super Bowl LV Might Still Have a Full House After All

In one of the greatest anachronistic gags in the history of the animated series The Simpsons, Grandpa Abe Simpson, says to his wife in 1969, while viewing Super Bowl III: “Quiet! I’m trying to watch the Super Bowl, if we don’t support this thing, it might not make it!”

Back then the NFL championship game was still fledgling, not the American holiday and pop cultural tour de force that it is today. While Super Bowl LV, the 55th Super Bowl and the 51st modern-era NFL title game championship game, will certainly “make it,” there are still lots of questions and issues surrounding it.

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Buccaneers at Bears Game Preview, Lines, Spread, Prediction

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For anybody who thought Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady was washed, last Sunday saw an empahtic response. At age 43, he bcame the oldest QB to ever throw five touchdown passes in a single game.

The G.O.A.T. thrust himself into the 2020 MVP conversation by going 30-46 for 369 yards, in leading his Buccaneers to a thrilling come from behind victory over the L.A. Chargers. Up next is a prime time showdown of 3-1 teams as the Bucs visit the Chicago Bears on Thursday night football (FOX, 7:20 CST).

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What You Must Know About Le’Veon Bell Injury

Are the Jets wrong to be buoyant about getting some reinforcement before their game against the Cardinals? Could they be receiving less than what they had bargained for while paying Le’Veon Bell? There’s great anticipation for his return off the injured reserve. While he was out, Frank Gore took the chance to fill the gap. Here’s all you must know about Le’Veon Bell’s injury and when he’s most likely to return.

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Top Three NFL Rookies on Defense Thus Far in 2020

  • While most of the top NFL rookies have been on the offensive side of the ball, a few defensive rookies have managed to stand out.
  • Tampa Bay safety Antoine Winfield Jr. earned Rookie Defensive Player of the Month honors in September.
  • Cleveland’s Jordan Elliott has come out of nowhere to make an immediate impact.
  • As expected, second overall pick Chase Young has made his presence known early in his NFL career.

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Chicago Bears vs Indianapolis Colts Game Preview, Betting Info

The Nick Foles era has begun in Chicago. Mitch Trubisky had his chances, but he just isn’t that guy, and it looks like he never will be. Last week in Atlanta, Foles came on in relief of Trubisky and he accomplished three things.

He rallied the Bears from a deep deficit late, and led the visitors to victory. He also made sure the Atlanta Falcons stayed on brand, further strengthening their reputation as a team where no lead is EVER safe!

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Chicago Bears at Atlanta Falcons Game Keys, Betting Preview, Prediction

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While it’s still a very unimpressive 2-0 for the Chicago Bears, it is still 2-0 and that’s much better than 1-1 or 0-2. Chicago had been anything but awe-inspiring, on both sides of the ball, in 2020 but at least they’re not a punchline like their opponent this Sunday.

The Atlanta Falcons, forever synonymous with blowing a 28-3 lead to the New England Patriots in Super Bowl 51, let a 20-0 advantage go to waste as they lost 40-39 to the Dallas Cowboys last weekend. NFL neutrals and fans of the Falcons’ rivals couldn’t stop trolling them over that.

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Dan Snyder: Journey to the NFL and Beyond


In 1997, the Washington Football Team were owned by Jack Kent Cooke. When he passed away, the team was sold in a blind auction by a consulting group. The winning bid was made by an investment group in 1999 and that group was led by Daniel Snyder. His path toward the NFL was one lined with plenty of challenges, but it was ultimately a rewarding journey.   [Read more…]

Tommy Tremble: Notre Dame TE the Latest “Baby Gronk”

“Back in high school, I loved playing defense. They wouldn’t let me play defense and made me play offense. But, honestly, I just love contact. It’s pure passion for me. Every time I’m out on the field, I want to be dominant, and I try my best to.”

-Tommy Tremble

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Chicago Bears vs NY Giants Preview: Storylines, Odds, Injury Report

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For the Chicago Bears, a proverbial step up in weight class comes in week two as they host the New York Giants. Chicago was extremely lucky in week one as the Detroit Lions let the game slip right through their finger tips, in true LOLions fashion, in the closing minutes.

For the Giants, they’ll have a much easier opponent this week, after getting pounded by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the season opener. Legendary former Steelers coach and now current CBS on NFL pundit Bill Cowher picked his former team to win it all this year.

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