V.I.P. GamingToday's Bookies Battle the Point Spreads Week 13 | Las Vegas' top casino bookmakers pick the point spread winner of every NFL game. The Bookies Battle will be featured weekly throughout the 17-week pro football season.
V.I.P. On the Mark | The Bowl Championship Committee owes a debt of gratitude to Stanford for making its task so much easier for college football’s final four playoff round.
V.I.P. Getting Rich with Saber | I guess we now know who the best college football head coach is between Jim Harbaugh and the Urban legend Meyer. As they say here on TV, nuff said.
I'm Just Saying | The NFL has taken some PR hits as it battles several high-profile issues off the field like deflategate and domestic abuse. But basically they just amount to just a few blips because the saving grace was the game itself.
V.I.P. Pigskin Picks | With the Patriots' overtime loss Sunday night to the Broncos the Carolina Panthers remain the last undefeated team in the NFL with an 11-0 record. The Panthers last flexed their collective muscle with a decisive win in Dallas.
V.I.P. Iskoe’s NFL Football Averages and Rankings lists wins and losses straight up and against the point spread and Over/Under results. Analysis also includes yardage, turnovers and home/road scoring averages for the current 2015-2016 season through Sunday night’s game.
Bob Christ’s Thursday NFL Football Breakdown | There are a couple of key Turkey Day clashes unfolding this year, with Dallas’ home game against the unbeaten Carolina Panthers the most intriguing.
There’s a Monday Night Football trend that deserves a good look this week when Browns, coming off a bye, plays host to the Baltimore Ravens. It’s the first time since 2009 the Browns and their backers are getting to bask in the MNF spotlight.
Wiseguy Report | All the NFL bye weeks are in the rear view mirror now, with every team still having exactly six games remaining in the regular season. We’re seeing numerous “morphs” ; teams that have changed their stripes dramatically over the last month.
Break open the Champagne Las Vegas! It’s time to have a ticker-tape parade down the Strip saluting a pro championship for the city, the place where Kyle Busch was born and raised. Okay, so it’s not the World Series, Super Bowl, NBA or NHL, but for Las Vegans, it’s really all we got in the pro sports world.