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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

With all the lengths the NFL has gone to, they still can't protect quarterbacks

 With all the lengths the NFL has gone to, they still can't protect quarterbacks

posted on October 17, 2017 by

VIP Denny the Dog | What in the world of “protect the QB at all costs” is going on in the NFL? I thought we had pretty much established the fact that the league was going to protect the signal caller no matter what the cost.

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Never figured New York Jets to be division leaders

 Never figured New York Jets to be division leaders

posted on October 10, 2017 by

VIP Denny the Dog | I think everyone would agree, picking winners against the point spread in the NFL is not a perfect science. There’s a lot of room for error. There’s also a little room for error with the so-called experts selecting the division leaders after five games.

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Football no longer the story in the NFL

 Football no longer the story in the NFL

posted on October 03, 2017 by

VIP Denny the Dog | I remember when the coaches used to make game time decisions and different game plan strategies regarding the actual football game they were going to play. Now those game time decisions and strategies are used on how to approach our national anthem. Sad.

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Crying a river over missing the dogs!

 Crying a river over missing the dogs!

posted on September 26, 2017 by

VIP Denny the Dog | Nine home underdogs covered the pointspread last Sunday. How many of them did I pick you might ask? Well, it just so happens I selected just one lone home puppy. I picked the Detroit Lions to cover against Atlanta and should have won the money. 

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Cincinnati has returned to the Bungles

 Cincinnati has returned to the Bungles

posted on September 19, 2017 by

VIP Denny the Dog | The Cincinnati Bengals look bad. How bad? Well, worse than the Browns, Colts and maybe even the Jets. Let’s just put it this way, they could be the worst 0-2 team in the NFL.

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