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

Amazing Packers 'Hail Mary' should have been an offensive pass interference call

 Amazing Packers 'Hail Mary' should have been an offensive pass interference call

posted on January 10, 2017 by

VIP Denny the Dog | “That Hail Mary pass just before half-time really seemed to get Green Bay going.” That was the last comment I remember hearing from the post-game wrap-up Sunday evening.

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Lions still waiting since 1993 for a division title

 Lions still waiting since 1993 for a division title

posted on January 03, 2017 by

VIP Denny the Dog | Please, football gods, deliver us the NFC North championship, just one time since 1993. Please? That’s what Lions’ fans asked the football gods to deliver after over 23 years of unanswered prayers. All the Lions had to do was beat their nemesis, the Green Bay Packers, on Sunday night. 

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No great advice can be given when it comes to the last week of the NFL season

 No great advice can be given when it comes to the last week of the NFL season

posted on December 27, 2016 by

VIP Denny the Dog | Beware of the teams having everything to play for versus the teams having little or nothing to play for in the last three weeks of the season. That’s the best advice I can give you.

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Texans' O'Brien needs to stand behind Savage as QB

 Texans' O'Brien needs to stand behind Savage as QB

posted on December 20, 2016 by

VIP Denny the Dog | Bill O’Brien finally pulled the trigger. He took a shot at making a two-touchdown comeback. And, he not only took a stab at saving the Texans’ season, he absolutely pulled it off.

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Stafford acting like the king of the NFL jungle

 Stafford acting like the king of the NFL jungle

posted on December 13, 2016 by

VIP Denny the Dog | The toughest son-of-a-gun in the NFL right now is Matthew Stafford. You could argue there are those with better numbers, but none doing more with less surrounding talent than the Lions’ QB.

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