Fantasy Football Redraft League - Unlike The Real Thing

Written by Super User on Tuesday, 11 February 2014 10:58. Posted in NFL Coverage

In football there are leagues in which the various football teams play. In a league, there is anywhere from eight to 16 teams. In Fantasy Football, there are basically three different types of leagues which the players can choose from with Redraft league being one of the three.

For new players, Redraft league is considered to be the fairest of the leagues as it does not handicap new players- giving rookies the advantage. Each player starts the season with a clean slate and the team is built from scratch. Fantasy football has swept the nation with many football enthusiasts getting in on the action!


Which NFL Teams That Made The Playoffs Last Year Will Miss Them In 2013

Written by Super User on Saturday, 01 February 2014 08:48. Posted in NFL Coverage

It was another outstanding NFL season in 2012-2013 with the Baltimore Ravens emerging through the darkness in New Orleans to become Super Bowl champions. There was tons of excitement last season, with the emergence of so many young stars such as RG3, Russell Wilson and Andrew Luck. All of which were rookie quarterbacks who played like savvy veterans and helped lead their respective teams to the NFL playoffs. With the bar being set so high, it is likely that some of these stars will experience somewhat of a sophomore slump. So it is with great pleasure that I will take a tour of next season and look into my crystal ball to determine which of last years playoff teams will miss the dance next year.

Let’s take a look at the Indianapolis Colts. This is a team that went from the cellar to stellar, lead by the first overall draft pick Andrew Luck. The Colts shocked everybody including themselves by marching all the way to the playoffs with an 11-5 record. The most amazing part of this feat is that they managed to win 11 games with -30 net points. When analyzing this stat it’s easy to conclude that the Colts got extremely lucky, no pun intended. They won many really close games last season. This year will be different as the Colts will still be respectable but will take a dip and miss the postseason.

Next on the list of disappointments, and this will come as a shock to some but I think the Baltimore Ravens will miss the postseason. Baltimore was riding an emotional high last year with Ray Lewis the greatest motivator in the NFL announcing his retirement. While Baltimore did have a great team they still slightly exceeded expectations by winning the Super Bowl. This year will be different the Ravens will take a dive after losing their heart and soul and will miss the playoffs when the young hungry Bengals edge them out for the division title.

Nobody expected the Vikings to make the playoffs last year, and nobody expected Adrian Peterson to return to his dominant form. While the Vikings were a great story last season, this year will be filled with disappointment as the Bears and Lions will both be gunning for the postseason after lackluster years and will make it tough on the lowly Vikings.

Last on the list the Washington Redskins who made a big mistake in playing an injured RG3 against Seattle in the playoffs. The NFC east may be the hardest division in football to predict. The Redskins, Giants, Eagles and Cowboys all seem to play unpredictable football. I have a feeling the Cowboys will make it out on top of the division this year as Tony Romo will finally get a little luck on his side. Washington’s tough schedule won’t help things either as they have tough road dates against the Packers, Cowboys, Broncos, Falcons and Giants. Check out www.evodp.com for more predictions on your favorite teams.

Author Bio:

Pete Lomur is a blogger who runs his own business with the help of today’s top bookie software, and after finding it he won’t use any other site. In his blogs you can also find great tips to help you manage your business and he highly suggests that you take a tour of his favorite site to help you get ahead in the game.


Michael Jordan compliments Kobe Bryant

Written by Super User on Sunday, 19 January 2014 11:08. Posted in NBA Coverage

Kobe Bryant must surely on the ninth cloud. And why not he will be after receiving a compliment from all time basketball great Michael Jordan. According to Jordan, who has been a star basketball player all through his career, Bryant has all the necessary skills to be like him.

However, Kobe faces some strict competition from Michael Jordan and this is why Jordan watches Kobe play every time the latter is on the field. Kobe has emerged as the sole comparison to Jordan. Kobe is one ring short of Michael and fans will have to wonder whether he will take the compliment from Jordan a fuel in the fire and will perform better than Michael Jordan and set new standards as the star has set in the National Basketball Association (NBA). Well, we will to wait and watch how Bryant performs in the future.

Most casinos in Vegas odds Jordan to be favored if he were to play against Kobe but the margins are getting smaller.., believes Kobe will get his 6th ring, what will make Kobe one step closer to Jordan and surely will spark again the big question, who will win in their match ? and even more so, who is the greatest ?


Grizzlies Among Three Teams That Would Be Good Fit For Karl

Written by Super User on Sunday, 30 June 2013 12:33. Posted in NBA Coverage

There are seven head coaches in NBA history to record 1,000 wins. One of them is now available on the open market. The reality is that there will be a number of teams interested in bringing in head coach George Karl, who was recently fired by the Denver Nuggets despite leading them to the third-best record in the Western Conference with a cast of players that experts figured would have a tough time just making the playoffs. Whether or not Karl would like to resume coaching somewhere other than Denver is a completely different story, but there are three teams in particular with which he would be a really good fit.

The numbers at wagersolutions.com are testament to how important coaching is, and one team that appears at least on paper to be an excellent fit for Karl is the Memphis Grizzlies. Memphis is a veteran team that is considered among the next in line to challenge for a spit in the NBA Finals, and after its first Western Conference Finals berth in franchise history, they may not be that far away. The Grizzlies have reportedly already reached out to Karl, which makes sense considering the structure of their team and how close they are. Karl will get the most out of the tandem of Marc Gasol and Zach Randolph, and will likely also try and find a way to get more touches for prospect Ed Davis, who seemed to get lost in the shuffle under Lionel Hollins last season. Karl would have everything he needs to succeed in Memphis, a team that is ready to win now.

Another possible fit for Karl would be the Philadelphia 76ers, although they are not nearly as close to challenging for an NBA title as the Grizzlies and that will make them a lot less appealing of a fit. Of course, the possibility that center Andrew Bynum could actually play for the 76ers might help, and they do have a couple more key pieces in All-Star guard Jrue Holiday, Thaddeus Young, and Evan Turner. The addition of Bynum at center and Karl as the head coach could in fact make this team good enough to challenge for a playoff spot, so perhaps this isn’t that unrealistic of a possibility after all.

If there is one wild card team that would really benefit from hiring Karl but is still very unlikely to do it, it would be the Los Angeles Lakers. The Lakers made a big mistake going with Mike D’Antoni over Phil Jackson when they decided on their head coach last season, and the result was a disaster big enough that it could be enough for Dwight Howard to leave town soon. Los Angeles needs a head coach that understands how to slow the tempo down and capitalize on having a couple of talented big men in Howard and Pau Gasol, and Karl’s offense would be a much better fit than the one currently employed by D’Antoni. The Lakers seem committed to sticking with D’Antoni despite the obvious signs that it isn’t the right fit, and that makes this an unlikely move, but that doesn’t mean they wouldn’t truly benefit from having Karl as their head coach. For more NBA news and betting futures, don’t be afraid to take an online tour.

Author Bio:

Ricky Winnor is a sports bookie and blogger who offers a wide range of betting services to his clients. He values the importance of educating his players on the latest betting trends and highly recommends that other business owners take an online tour of WagerSolutions for more information on how to use their top rated sportbook software.


The Official Website Of The National Hockey League

Written by Super User on Saturday, 05 January 2013 13:04. Posted in Hockey Coverage

If you are a NFL lover and want to stay connected with all the latest news and events about your favorite NFL team, then instead of searching here and there, you will get it all at the official NFL web site.

The NFL official web site offers all the latest news about the upcoming events of the NFL. The official NFL web site also features the standings of the top NFL teams. Thus, if you are the one who loves to compete and keep a track of the NFL standings then you can easily get it all at the official NFL web site.

The other benefit of the NFL official web site is that it features all the latest NFL merchandise, which the fans can purchase from the web site. It also provides the NFL fans with the latest news trends and other happenings that take place in the world of NFL. If you feel like your still not fully hooked on what goes on the league, you can always check for the Sports Rumors. 

If you are an NFL lover, then you will definitely find everything related to the NFL on the official NFL web site. All you have to do is visit the web site and select the section, which you wish and get all the latest information about the trends in the NFL. Sometimes the NFL can just feel like tiny casino games, those with the free slot spins and High Stake Blackjack games.


Left Turn Burn

Written by Super User on Thursday, 20 September 2012 08:26. Posted in Sports Extras

It's hard to believe now, but NASCARr used to be cool, I swear. The origins of the sport can be traced back to Prohibition when a bunch of bootleggers used to soup up their cars so they could outrun the cops. Eventually, these drivers would meet up to race each other. These races evolved into stock car racing. The first NASCAR sanctioned race was in 1948 at Daytona Beach. The first drivers of this burgeoning sport were outlaws, rebels, badasses. Unfortunately, the sport now consists of a bunch of goons whoring themselves out for their sponsors, which range from Viagra to Red Bull. The only reason any sane person would ever take a break from their poker games and catch a glimpse of a race is in the hope of seeing a spectacular crash of biblical proportions, with flaming chunks of steel and rubber littering the asphalt.

To NASCAR fans the Bristol Motor Speedway is synonymous with mayhem and destruction, and rightfully so. In 1990, during Budweiser's 250 Busch Grand National, an access gate near turn 2 wasn't properly secured. This mistake nearly killed Michael Waltrip when he rammed his car into said gate at over 100 mph. His car disintegrated upon impact. The resulting wreckage resembled a cockroach that had been recently stopped on. Rescue workers quickly rushed to the scene expecting the worse. Surprisingly, they found a stunned but relatively unscathed Waltrip. A nearly identical crash happened to Mike Harmon twelve years later in 2002 when the gate was once again left unsecured. Harmon, like Waltrip, survived miraculously. You think NASCAR would have learned their lesson...

Michael Waltrip's brother, Darrel, was also involved in another brutal wreck in 1980 and nearly killed a king in the process. The race was at the Pocono Raceway in Pennsylvania. Richard “The King” Petty collided with the concrete wall right after the second turn. The collision sent the right front tire flying down the track and nearly flipped his car. Petty's car was spiraling backwards but Petty was still relatively ok until Darrel Waltrip spun into Petty, hitting the driver side door. The force of that collision broke Petty's neck and nearly ruined his career.


Funny Sport Bloopers From All Around The World

Written by Super User on Monday, 16 April 2012 11:57. Posted in Sports Extras

Even serious websites can't survive without Funny and Humorous bloopers, this video contains some coverage in ping-pong, tennis.....


The particular five things to remember when shooting a penalty kick

Written by Super User on Thursday, 29 March 2012 10:00. Posted in Sports Extras

The football sport we all know and love has a very important game process called penalties, which can be used to award the team when a certain violation occurs within the rules, then the player can shoot his penalty. Listed below are some of the common mistakes players do, that lead them to giving a penalty or free kick:

1. Touching the soccer ball with hands\palms:Whenever a player touches the ball within game time with the hands, or arms - it will be considered a violation and ball will be turned over. However, sometimes the player can't control the impact point and if the ball hits the hand by accident - it won't usually be counted as a penalty.

2. Complex penalties: They're mostly awarded if the players violate the very specific technical rules with the game.

3. Holding the clock: One of the harsh violations is holding the clock by inhibiting game play , by holding the ball or passing without any try to create a fast game.

4. Unfair play: One of the main moto that soccer tries to push forward worldwide is the fact that soccer is a very sportive and friendly play, and those who show the opposite will get a violation.

5. Hazardous game style: Sometimes players doesn't think deep enough and are mad and they run directly into dangerous situations enjoy deliberately to avoid the progress with the opponents.

These were some of the reasons players get fouls and penalties for specific gameplay. If you plan on learning more about soccer, it's best that you try and learn how fouls work and what is the right way to play without getting violations, or Vinnarum



Davidson excited about White Sox future

Written by Super User on Thursday, 05 January 2012 11:20. Posted in MLB Coverage

Chicago White Sox’s new third baseman Matt Davidson has admitted he is desperate for the new season to start following his move from the Arizona Diamondbacks. It’s been quite a year for the 22-year old, being traded to the White Sox in December in exchange for Addison Reed, as well as making his mark on the Futures Game in July.

During his appearance at the annual Futures Game – the all-star contest for promising prospects split among teams from the United States and the rest of the world – Davidson produced a sensational performance. During the July 14 game, Davidson hit a two-run home run to centre field in the fourth inning at New York's Citi Field, going on to win the MVP award in the United States' 4-2 victory, a result tipped by a number of Betfair customers ahead of the clash.

Davidson followed up his performance on the international stage by flying across the country and winning the Triple-A All-Star home run derby a day later in Reno, Nevada, making his mark with Betfair customers.

The fact that he was traded for a proven major league star could have the potential to heap too much pressure on the youngster’s shoulders, but when looking back at the last six months of 2013, Davidson has admitted he will just be looking to take everything in his stride.

"I just want to be on the field now. I just want to wake up, go work out, go play, go home and relax. I'm really looking forward to that."

Davidson will be battling it out with Conor Gillaspie and Jeff Keppinger as the White Sox third baseman options to start the 2014 season, in a fascinating MLB season that will be covered by Betfair, and the youngster may have to head back into the Triple-A league in order to prove himself, and the former 35th overall selection in the 2009 draft has made it clear he would be willing to do: “If I have to go to Triple-A and work on it, I will.”