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Ian Cameron has been handicapping and betting sports year-round for over a decade. He has been with Sportsmemo.com since 2012, using his knowledge and handicapping techniques to make insightful winning selections.

Bucs’ Martin makes all the difference

Bucs’ Martin makes all the difference

posted on November 22, 2016 by

NFL Inside The Lines | After beating Atlanta outright as a road underdog in Week 1, Tampa Bay spent the better part of the next two months playing unpredictable football. They were outclassed by Arizona, Denver, and in the second meeting against the Falcons and headed into Week 10 as a home underdog to bottom feeder Chicago.

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These aren't the Packers you're looking for

These aren't the Packers you're looking for

posted on November 15, 2016 by

NFL Inside The Lines | The Green Bay Packers have been a model of consistency for the better part of the last decade with their last losing season coming in 2008. But that streak is now in jeopardy with plenty of warning signs that indicate a turnaround won't occur.

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Lions, Dolphins making the playoffs? Signs actually look promising

Lions, Dolphins making the playoffs? Signs actually look promising

posted on November 08, 2016 by

NFL Inside The Lines | Detroit’s stunning overtime win at Minnesota put the Lions in the thick of the NFC North race. The Lions (5-4) are a half game back of the Vikings. The Lions have managed to overcome a ton of injuries on the defensive side of the football.

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Cleveland Browns can be an under-the-radar profit producer

Cleveland Browns can be an under-the-radar profit producer

posted on November 01, 2016 by

NFL Inside The Lines | Even after a winless start for the Cleveland Browns, there are several reasons to believe this team can be an under-the-radar profit producer the remainder of the season.

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NFL Least doesn't apply any longer to the NFC East

NFL Least doesn't apply any longer to the NFC East

posted on October 25, 2016 by

NFL Inside The Lines | The NFC East has been jokingly called the “NFC Least” by pundits for years because of how weak a division it had become, but it is starting to gain some of its tenacity and strength back.

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