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Veteran analyst Bob Christ is the author of “The Smart Money.” His breakdown of NFL games has been featured in Nevada, Arizona, New York and across Canada.

Email: BobChrist@gamingtoday.com

Ravens, Bengals will be Thursday night AFC North revenge clash

Ravens, Bengals will be Thursday night AFC North revenge clash

posted on September 13, 2018 by

Bob Christ's Thursday NFL Breakdown | When the Baltimore Ravens face the Bengals in Cincinnati on Thursday night in an AFC North clash, it's a case of both teams looking for a measure of revenge against the other.

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The opening week of the NFL season got off to a dramatic start

 The opening week of the NFL season got off to a dramatic start

posted on September 08, 2018 by

The opening week of the NFL season got off to a dramatic start Thursday when Philadelphia fended off Atlanta at the gun to give the defending champion Eagles an 18-12 victory and the early leg up in the NFC playoff race.

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NFL’s 99th season kicks off with Falcons, Eagles rematch

NFL’s 99th season kicks off with Falcons, Eagles rematch

posted on September 06, 2018 by

Bob Christ's Thursday NFL Breakdown | The NFL’s 99th season kicks off tonight with the defending champion Philadelphia Eagles playing host to the Atlanta Falcons. It’s a rematch of last year’s divisional meeting in Philly, which the Eagles won 15-10 as a 2.5-point underdog.

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The AFC West appears to be a two-horse race this season

The AFC West appears to be a two-horse race this season

posted on September 03, 2018 by

NFL Previews | The AFC West appears to be a two-horse race this season between two-time defending champion Kansas City and the Los Angeles Chargers, but that doesn’t mean Denver and Oakland can’t be in the mix if the front-runners come back to the back.

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LA will prove Rams tough out West

LA will prove Rams tough out West

posted on August 29, 2018 by

NFL Previews | For the first time in 14 years, the Rams are the choice to win the NFC West, having ended 13 consecutive seasons of non-winning football with a division-best 11-5 mark in 2017.

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