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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 face the 'host' Jaguars in early morning London game

 Ravens face the 'host' Jaguars in early morning London game

posted on September 23, 2017 by

Sunday’s Week 3 NFL menu provides a quadruple header with the first of four games to be played in London this season, up one from last year. So, set the alarms for a 6:30 a.m. kickoff to get a front-row seat in the SuperBook when the Ravens face the “host” Jaguars. 

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McVay, Shanahan go head-to-head in San Francisco

McVay, Shanahan go head-to-head in San Francisco

posted on September 21, 2017 by

Bob Christ's Thursday NFL Breakdown | ‚ÄčTwo rookie coaches and ex-colleagues will be going head-to-head Thursday night to open Week 3 of the NFL season. The LA Rams' Sean McVay will be matching wits with the 49ers' Kyle Shanahan in San Francisco.

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Week 2 arrives with two Saints, Patriots headlining the 15-game card

 Week 2 arrives with two Saints, Patriots headlining the 15-game card

posted on September 16, 2017 by

Week 2 arrives with two of the most prolific QBs in history, Drew Brees and Tom Brady, meeting in New Orleans when the Patriots face the Saints headlining the 15-game card.

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Bengals play host to Texans, new first-team QB Deshaun Watson

Bengals play host to Texans, new first-team QB Deshaun Watson

posted on September 14, 2017 by

Bob Christ's Thursday NFL Breakdown | Two teams coming off disturbing Week 1 home upset losses will tangle Thursday night in Cincinnati when the Bengals play host to the Houston Texans and new first-team QB Deshaun Watson.

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Week 1 of the 2017 season got off to a roaring start

 Week 1 of the 2017 season got off to a roaring start

posted on September 09, 2017 by

Week 1 of the 2017 season got off to a roaring start Thursday night with the Kansas City Chiefs’ upset of the defending champion New England Patriots, who entered the game as a 9-point home favorite but lost 42-27. That surely throws the AFC race to the Super Bowl wide open.

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