Jim Feist

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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

Moving ahead without your leader is a difficult task for any team

Moving ahead without your leader is a difficult task for any team

posted on December 19, 2017 by

Feist Facts | As we head down the final weeks of the NFL regular season we see a few teams that will be forced to move on without the leader on their offense or defense. The biggest hurt happened last week in Los Angeles as the NFC leading Philadelphia Eagles lost QB Carson Wentz to a knee injury.

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College playoffs won't disappoint thanks to four contenders

College playoffs won't disappoint thanks to four contenders

posted on December 12, 2017 by

Feist Facts | The Final Four of the College Championship is set and we get to see a rematch of the two teams from last year’s final game as Alabama takes on Clemson in one semifinal contest with the Oklahoma-Georgia matchup in the other.

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So much for NFL parity this season

So much for NFL parity this season

posted on December 05, 2017 by

Feist Facts | This has been a year where the sportsbooks have gotten killed booking NFL wagers. The reason is clear – there simply is very little parity in the NFL this season.

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Great time of year to be a sports fan

Great time of year to be a sports fan

posted on November 28, 2017 by

Feist Facts | This is a time of year when you are happy to be involved with sports, not only as a fan but as a participant by wagering on games. This is a great time of year to enjoy the purity of sports and the money making opportunities that are available each and every day in the NFL, NBA, college hoops and college football.

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Clear separation going on within NFL

Clear separation going on within NFL

posted on November 21, 2017 by

Feist Facts | Life is about cycles and we’re seeing a very down one right now in the National Football League. No, I’m not saying the NFL is not producing a good product top to bottom just that the very bottom of the league is larger than it has been in the past.

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