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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. Twitter: @JimFeistSports Email: JimFeist@GamingToday.com

Don't get too caught up in NFL teams winning early

Don't get too caught up in NFL teams winning early

posted on September 27, 2016 by

Feist Facts | So… are we all set for the Ravens/Texans AFC championship game in January? Followed by the Giants/Vikings NFC title tilt? That might surprise the oddsmakers, with Minnesota losing its starting QB in August and the Ravens (5-11) and Giants (6-10) off train wreck seasons. 

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September the most volatile period for football handicappers

September the most volatile period for football handicappers

posted on September 20, 2016 by

Feist Facts | There’s a reason they play the games. Teams don’t always play the way stats and power rankings suggest they are supposed to. That’s often evident early in the pro and college football seasons because some teams are very different from year to year.

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Sports statistics just the tip of the iceberg to picking winners

Sports statistics just the tip of the iceberg to picking winners

posted on September 13, 2016 by

Feist Facts | The best time of the sports calendar is here, the opening month of the pro football campaign! There are mountains of stats and angles available for sports bettors to digest from this season and years past.

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The Broncos are off my list of elite

The Broncos are off my list of elite

posted on September 06, 2016 by

Feist Facts | The Broncos followed up their Super Bowl parade with a less than stellar offseason, losing key contributors on both sides of the line, including their top two quarterbacks.

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The top of Jim Feist's annual Top 40: LSU

The top of Jim Feist's annual Top 40: LSU

posted on August 30, 2016 by

Jim Feist's Football Top 40 | 20. UCLA: Fifth-year coach Jim Mora, Jr. has five starters back on offense, 10 on defense. New OC Kennedy Polamalu prefers a pro-style attack for sophomore QB Josh “The Chosen One” Rosen.

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