|By Marc Lawrence — According to Axios Sports, it’s been seven years since a Wild-Card team won the Super Bowl (Ravens). But the momentum being carried over from last week by teams like the Titans, the demise of the home-field advantage, and the lack of experienced QBs in the field suggest this could be the year of the underdog. Let’s examine how the underdogs can win this weekend. For the Vikings it starts by grabbing an early lead in today’s 49ers game. When Minnesota is rolling they have one of the league’s most efficient passing games in football. A fast start would be huge… To see how the other three dogs can win click here.|
Hoops History Book
Houston: 15-0 SU at home vs. Timberwolves … Detroit: 6-18 $ off SU favorite loss vs. Cavaliers … OKC: 11-2 $ home vs. Lakers … Baylor: 5-1-1 $ away vs. Jayhawks … Rhode Island: 6-1-1 $ vs. Rams … Kent St: 6-1 $ home vs. Chippewas … Host in UTSA/So Miss series 10-0-1 $ … San Diego: 0-5 $ vs. Waves.
Grinding Out The Profits
What Tennessee Titans RB Derrick Henry did last week to the New England Patriots was beyond impressive. What he did in high school was mind-blowing. In his career at Yulee High School in Florida, Henry rushed for 12,124 yards and 154 TDs, gaining an average 8.7 yards per carry – or 327.8 yards per game. Perhaps Bill Belichick should have studied his high school game film last week.