Dennis Ball

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

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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49ers take their own knee on Kaepernick

 49ers take their own knee on Kaepernick

posted on December 06, 2016 by

VIP Denny the Dog | Colin Kaepernick can continue to disrespect the American flag and the United States military by taking a knee during the national anthem. The NBA wouldn’t allow it. Major League Baseball would not allow it.

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Only shutdown required is Jets' Revis Island

 Only shutdown required is Jets' Revis Island

posted on November 29, 2016 by

VIP Denny the Dog | Darrelle Revis shouldn’t be allowed on Revis Island for the remainder of the season – or any other season for that matter. He needs help out there on that lonely stretch of land. Malcolm Mitchell traveled to Revis Island twice last Sunday and both times found it led to a treasure best known as pay dirt.

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No.1 overall pick Goff just isn't ready for NFL

 No.1 overall pick Goff just isn't ready for NFL

posted on November 22, 2016 by

VIP Denny the Dog | Last Sunday was the day the Rams were to finally unleash their number one pick. It’s what they’ve all been clamoring for since Week 1. Case Keenum’s eight picks in the last five games didn’t help quiet the buzz. L.A. backers wanted to see their prize catch in the draft.

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Sorry, Tony, but Dak isn't going anywhere as Cowboys starter

 Sorry, Tony, but Dak isn't going anywhere as Cowboys starter

posted on November 15, 2016 by

VIP Denny the Dog | What a difference a day makes. And in the NFL, what a big difference eight weeks makes, especially when you reel off eight straight wins. Just ask Jerry Jones or anyone around the Dallas Cowboys’ front office. 

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