Dennis Ball

Gaming Today Dennis Ball

Dennis is a retired IGT executive and longtime NFL contributor to Gaming Today with 11 straight winners in the Super Bowl against the point spread.

Email: DennisBall@gamingtoday.com

49ers fans have fallen in love with their new quarterback

49ers fans have fallen in love with their new quarterback

posted on December 26, 2017 by

VIP Denny the Dog | Millions of people believe Jesus is the reason for the holiday season. The Bible’s Jesus of course, not San Francisco’s Jesus.  But don’t try telling that to the 49ers’ faithful right now. 

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Patriots keep fooling us all

 Patriots keep fooling us all

posted on December 19, 2017 by

VIP Denny the Dog | Why does everyone lose their mind when they play the New England Patriots? Is it the Brady-Belichick intimidation factor? The fact that they’re playing the best coach and quarterback to ever play the game? 

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Don't lose your injury list for the NFL before wagering

 Don't lose your injury list for the NFL before wagering

posted on December 12, 2017 by

VIP Denny the Dog | Money games are right around the corner. It’s that time of year when everyone starts thinking about the playoffs. More importantly, what key players are going to be available for those huge games? 

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Keenum leads Vikings to 8 straight wins in the NFL

 Keenum leads Vikings to 8 straight wins in the NFL

posted on December 05, 2017 by

VIP Denny the Dog | It’s interesting how fast opinions on QBs can change. It seems like just yesterday we were looking at Case Keenum as a journeyman QB. Keenum was looked at as a back-up at Minnesota, who at best could possibly be a serviceable QB who could manage the game.

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Chiefs roll had people saying MVP for Alex Smith, now they want him benched

 Chiefs roll had people saying MVP for Alex Smith, now they want him benched

posted on November 28, 2017 by

VIP Denny the Dog | What have you done for me lately? Have you heard that line before? Whether at work or right at home, it seems the world at times revolves around that well known phrase. And, it’s no different around the NFL. 

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