Jim Feist

Gaming Today Jim Feist

Jim Feist, author and leader in sports information for over 40 years, hosts TV’s Proline as well as running National Sports Services since 1975.

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 Email: JimFeist@gamingtoday.com

Defense still doesn't get the credit for winning Super Bowls

Defense still doesn't get the credit for winning Super Bowls

posted on November 08, 2016 by

Feist Facts | So what do you prefer: offense or defense? Most casual bettors examining football like offense, which is why Monday night football games often take more action on the OVER.

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Breaking down NFL totals has many factors

Breaking down NFL totals has many factors

posted on November 01, 2016 by

Feist Facts | There are many factors to examine when studying football totals. Defensive and offensive statistics need to be examined, of course. Some of the questions a good handicapper asks: Is there speed in the defensive secondary?

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World Series winners have been defined by defense, pitching

World Series winners have been defined by defense, pitching

posted on October 25, 2016 by

Feist Facts | While home runs mostly dot the top of the memorial landscape, October baseball can also feature memorable defensive plays and great pitching performances from starters and relievers.

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Winning the turnover battle in the NFL leads to people cashing tickets

Winning the turnover battle in the NFL leads to people cashing tickets

posted on October 18, 2016 by

Feist Facts | Last month the Patriots and Dolphins played an AFC East rivalry game. The Dolphins finished with 447 total yards, as QB Ryan Tannehill had 387 passing and was not sacked once. Miami even knocked Pats’ QB Jimmy Garappolo out of the game with an injury.

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Bettors would be wise to find college football teams with extra motivation

Bettors would be wise to find college football teams with extra motivation

posted on October 11, 2016 by

Feist Facts | Motivation is such an enormous part of athletic competition, particularly in college sports where young players aren’t always as self-motivated as pros, who are playing for a paycheck. 

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