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By Marc Lawrence — NFL Nation points out the fact that there is still a ways to go until the season begins. So what better time to look back on the best betting season for all 32 teams? Its reporters gave their perspective on the best individual seasons against the spread for each team, using research from ESPN. You be surprised at what they learned. As an example, one has to go back to 1972 to find the best ATS season for the Miami Dolphins who went 11-2-1 ATS. They also just happened to be the only team to go unbeaten in NFL history. To see the best moneymaking season ever for each team click here.
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The NFL announced it would pledge $250 million over the next ten years to help fight systematic racism. The money will be allocated to a fund that will also “support the battle against the ongoing and historic injustices faced by African-Americans. Commissioner Roger Goddell said, “The NFL and our clubs will continue to work collaboratively with NFL players to support programs to address criminal justice reform, police reforms, and economic and educational advancement.” The NFL said it will also use its television network and other media properties to raise awareness, promote “education of social justice issues” and to “foster unity.” It’s strange how riots and protest have turned the NFL around 180 degrees now that the issue is currently the hot topic. It will be most interesting to see what type of spin they will put on the Colin Kaepernick situation since it has suddenly re-surfaced.
Grinding Out The Profits
2020 PLAYBOOK Football Preview Guide magazine reports: Yes, California won 8 games last season for the first time under head coach Justin Wilcox. However, red flags abound as they took several steps backwards statistically. Once again Cal struggled on offense and has now slipped each and every year under Wilcox’s lead. The once proud defense also dovetailed. Like a hearty micro beer, the Bears had been stout on defense but light on offense. As such Wilcox made changes to his offensive coaching staff. New offensive coordinator Bill Musgrave brings 20 years of coaching experience, including OC duties with five different NFL teams. Still, it works only if the defense snaps back. The good news is the Golden Bears improved from No. 129 to No. 14 in the nation in Turnovers Lost last season.
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