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    CFB 2018 Discussion (Last Updated: 08/04)
    We are heading to the fifth year of the College Football Playoff era — which culminates this year with semifinal games at the Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic and Capital One Orange Bowl on Dec. 29, followed by the title game on Jan. 7 in Santa Clara, Calif.
    Defending national champion Alabama is ranked No. 1 across most, if not all, of the publications The Crimson Tide are surrounded by the usual suspects, including Clemson, Georgia, Ohio State and Oklahoma. If you are looking for value to win the CFB Championship this year, here are some suggestions for you: LSU 60/1, USC 40/1, Michigan State 40/1, Miami 30/1, Penn State 25/1, Auburn 25/1, Washington 15/1, Michigan 12/1.
    Besides Alabama at 7/4, your best best include Wisconsin 20/1, Oklahoma 18/1, Georgia 6/1, Ohio State 9/2 and Clemson 9/2.

    NFL 2018 Discussion (Last Updated: 08/04)
    Looking ahead to the 2018 season, a number of exciting young teams—like the Rams and Jaguars—have emerged as legitimate contenders. Others—like the Texans and 49ers—have given downtrodden fan bases hope for the future.
    These teams are threatening to break through, but the league’s established forces, like the Patriots, Eagles, and Steelers, won’t go quietly. Which team has the best chance of winning the Super Bowl LIII?
    Though prediction is by nature an inexact science, and it’s probably way too early for anyone to really know, here are 10 teams we believe have the best chance to win the 2019 Super Bowl.
    10. San Francisco 49ers: John Lynch has to be thrilled with his situation. Who would have thought that would be the case after San Francisco started 0-9? After Garoppolo changed uniforms midway through the season, the fourth-year QB threw for 1,560 yards and seven touchdowns with a 96.2 passer rating. San Francisco has not qualified for the playoffs since 2014, but Garoppolo and company will have a good chance to break that streak this year. Their two gifted tackles are an underrated but vital asset.
    9. Dallas Cowboys: This season was a big disappointment for Cowboys fans. They finished 9-7 and second in the NFC East, but failed to make the playoffs—a far cry from the Super Bowl predictions some had made for the squad. Ezekiel Elliott’s suspension threw the team out of whack. With Elliott in the backfield for all 16 games and another year under Dak Prescott’s belt, Dallas should contend with Philly for the NFC East crown—though the Cowboys’ offensive line has to be better.
    8. New Orleans Saints: The Saints’ offense looked as good as any in the league at times. With Alvin Kamara and Mark Ingram in the backfield and Drew Brees somehow still in his prime, New Orleans had the firepower to hang with the best of the best. The Saints re-signed Brees and acquired wide receiver Cameron Meredith from Chicago. This may be Brees’ last real shot at a second ring.
    7. Jacksonville Jaguars: The Jaguars’ defense is lightning quick. They put a scare into the Patriots in the AFC Championship and should have pulled it out, but Brady and Danny Amendola turned into an unstoppable duo. The Jags are this low because of their quarterback play—can Blake Bortles, former No. 3 overall pick, become more consistent in his fifth season? Or will Jacksonville look to replace him? And can Jacksonville get through Houston and Indianapolis if they’re healthy?
    6. Green Bay Packers: The Packers finished only 7-9 and third in the NFC North this season, so why are they this high? Their ranking is based on the presumption Aaron Rodgers will be healthy. Green Bay’s offense was miserable without him; Brett Hundley tossed 12 picks. Though Jordy Nelson is gone, Rodgers should come back with a vengeance this season.
    5. Minnesota Vikings: The Vikings came this close to hosting the Super Bowl after their miraculous win against New Orleans, but they failed to show up for the NFC Championship Game and the Eagles put a hurting on them. With Kirk Cousins now under center, Minnesota should be a force to be reckoned with. If Dalvin Cook returns at full strength, look out for this team—they should be a legitimate Super Bowl threat.
    4. Los Angeles Rams: The Rams had a strong regular season but ran into a tough playoff opponent in the first round in Atlanta. After finishing 11-5 and winning the AFC West, Los Angeles fell to the No. 6 seed in convincing fashion. They’re now one year older and wiser, and L.A. has perhaps the league’s best all-around weapon in Todd Gurley. Look for Sean McVay’s squad to go up a level.
    3. Pittsburgh Steelers: Big Ben is aging, but the Steelers remain loaded. Le’Veon Bell is arguably the league’s best running back and Antonio Brown is arguably its best wide receiver. JuJu Smith-Schuster looks ready to break out. You know the Steelers will put points on the board—they’ll need their defense to be better if they are to make it further in the playoffs in this go-round. The Steelers’ D suffered tremendously from losing Ryan Shazier.
    2. Philadelphia Eagles: Philly won the Super Bowl largely because of its vaunted defense. That defense got even better this offseason with the addition of Michael Bennett. If Carson Wentz is healthy, he should be an MVP candidate—he’s obviously a huge upgrade over Nick Foles, who played out of his mind in the postseason. One key question: Which Jay Ajayi will show up this season?
    1. New England Patriots: What can you really say? The team’s leaders might be feuding, and Rob Gronkowski might end up playing for another team (or retiring), but we’ve learned to never bet against Brady and Bellichick. As long as those guys rep New England, the Patriots will be a Super Bowl favorite—partially because of their perennially easy road in the AFC East. Though Philly deserves love, the Pats remain slightly ahead as our No. 1.

    MLB Power Rankings (Last Updated: 08/08)
    1. Red Sox (80-34; last week: 1): A sweep of the Yankees has the Red Sox in even better shape in the American League East. The team now has a nine-game lead in the division. That number was just two a month ago.
    2. Astros (73-42; last week: 3): The Astros jumped out of their recent losing streak by winning six of their next seven games. The Astros came into the season with a deep roster, but that’s being tested now. Losing George Springer and Lance McCullers Jr. puts pressure on Houston to stay on top.
    3. Yankees (70-42; last week: 2): Getting swept by the Red Sox was a big blow to a Yankees team that appeared to be surging. While the club is in great shape, the A’s are suddenly threatening to take away the first wild-card spot from New York. It would help if Aaron Judge was able to return from his wrist injury soon.
    4. Athletics (67-47; last week: 8): The Athletics have lost just once since the last time we did this list, so they find themselves shooting up the power rankings. One-run games continue to fuel their dominance. They are 21-9 in those games in 2018 thanks to a strong bullpen.
    5. Cubs (66-47; last week: 4): Maybe Cole Hamels was exactly what the Cubs needed. In two starts with the team, he’s given up just one run over 11 innings. He’s struck out 11 and walked three in those starts, adding stability to a spotty Cubs rotation.

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    Game Title Held At Game Time
    Duquesne @ Massachusetts Massachusetts 25 Aug 2018 16:30
    Prairie View @ Rice Rice 25 Aug 2018 18:00
    Hawaii @ Colorado State Colorado State 25 Aug 2018 18:30
    Wyoming @ New Mexico State New Mexico State 25 Aug 2018 19:00
    Central Florida @ Connecticut Connecticut 30 Aug 2018 18:00
    New Mexico State @ Minnesota Minnesota 30 Aug 2018 18:00
    Wake Forest @ Tulane Tulane 30 Aug 2018 19:00
    Northwestern @ Purdue Purdue 30 Aug 2018 19:00
    Syracuse @ Western Michigan Western Michigan 31 Aug 2018 17:00
    Utah State @ Michigan State Michigan State 31 Aug 2018 18:00
    Army @ Duke Duke 31 Aug 2018 18:00
    San Diego State @ Stanford Stanford 31 Aug 2018 20:00
    Western Kentucky @ Wisconsin Wisconsin 31 Aug 2018 20:00
    Colorado State @ Colorado Colorado 31 Aug 2018 20:30
    Mississippi @ Texas Tech Texas Tech 1 Sep 2018 11:00
    Coastal Carolina @ South Carolina South Carolina 1 Sep 2018 11:00
    Florida Atlantic @ Oklahoma Oklahoma 1 Sep 2018 11:00
    Houston @ Rice Rice 1 Sep 2018 11:00
    Oregon State @ Ohio State Ohio State 1 Sep 2018 11:00
    Kent State @ Illinois Illinois 1 Sep 2018 11:00
    Texas State @ Rutgers Rutgers 1 Sep 2018 11:00
    Texas @ Maryland Maryland 1 Sep 2018 11:00
    Massachusetts @ Boston College Boston College 1 Sep 2018 12:00
    Northern Illinois @ Iowa Iowa 1 Sep 2018 14:30
    Marshall @ Miami Ohio Miami Ohio 1 Sep 2018 14:30
    Appalachian St @ Penn State Penn State 1 Sep 2018 14:30
    West Virginia @ Tennessee Tennessee 1 Sep 2018 14:30
    Washington @ Auburn Auburn 1 Sep 2018 14:30
    Central Michigan @ Kentucky Kentucky 1 Sep 2018 14:30
    Washington State @ Wyoming Wyoming 1 Sep 2018 14:30
    UNLV @ USC USC 1 Sep 2018 15:00
    North Carolina @ California California 1 Sep 2018 15:00
    Old Dominion @ Liberty Liberty 1 Sep 2018 17:00
    Boise State @ Troy Troy 1 Sep 2018 17:00
    Louisiana Tech @ South Alabama South Alabama 1 Sep 2018 18:00
    Cincinnati @ UCLA UCLA 1 Sep 2018 18:00
    Indiana @ Florida International Florida International 1 Sep 2018 18:00
    SMU @ North Texas North Texas 1 Sep 2018 18:30
    Middle Tenn St @ Vanderbilt Vanderbilt 1 Sep 2018 18:30
    Michigan @ Notre Dame Notre Dame 1 Sep 2018 18:30
    Louisville @ Alabama Alabama 1 Sep 2018 19:00
    Bowling Green @ Oregon Oregon 1 Sep 2018 19:00
    Akron @ Nebraska Nebraska 1 Sep 2018 19:00
    Tex San Antonio @ Arizona State Arizona State 1 Sep 2018 21:30
    BYU @ Arizona Arizona 1 Sep 2018 21:45
    Navy @ Hawaii Hawaii 1 Sep 2018 22:00
    Miami Florida @ LSU LSU 2 Sep 2018 18:30
    Virginia Tech @ Florida State Florida State 3 Sep 2018 19:00
    Overall 2017 CFB Service Performance - Top 15 Services
    # Capper Percent Picks Won Picks Lost Earned
    1 Alpha - Omega Sports 70.29% 97 41 910.40
    2 Exclusive MLB 68.42% 91 42 849.40
    3 Zeus Decisions 65.96% 93 48 783.00
    4 Kapper 64.86% 96 52 739.50
    5 Expert Football 2005 66.67% 90 45 712.00
    6 Money Maker 64.54% 91 50 709.20
    7 ProHei Sports 65.25% 92 49 679.20
    8 Legendz Pro Sports 64.29% 90 50 667.00
    9 Red Zone 63.70% 86 49 617.40
    10 Hook It Up 64.39% 85 47 609.80
    11 Nick and Matt K. Sports 63.12% 89 52 553.00
    12 Service One 62.04% 85 52 547.40
    13 Picks From Chick To Click 62.94% 90 53 532.00
    14 Picks Unlimited LTD 60.99% 86 55 482.00
    15 Premier Gaming services 61.65% 82 51 470.00

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    2016 CFB Capper Performance - Top 16 Services
    # Capper Percent Picks Won Picks Lost Earned
    1 Touchdown Thunder 67.55% 102 49 951.90
    2 Squeeze The Juice 69.33% 104 46 951.25
    3 The Game 68.18% 105 49 934.75
    4 Players Corner 66.90% 97 48 888.00
    5 Legendz Pro Sports 67.35% 99 48 884.00
    6 Barracuda 66.67% 102 51 870.40
    7 The Crew 66.67% 98 49 856.30
    8 Killer Instincts Picks 66.88% 103 51 834.90
    9 Europe Sports 64.85% 107 58 826.60
    10 Hook It Up 65.36% 100 53 814.50
    11 Alpha - Omega Sports 66.23% 102 52 812.60
    12 Devil Picks 64.94% 100 54 808.00
    13 American Sports Selections 66.23% 102 52 804.60
    14 Best In Sports 64.97% 102 55 801.25
    15 All Star Capper Picks 64.67% 108 59 797.40

    Hot Services - Best last 10 picks.
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    Hot Capper 90.00 9 - 1 (152.30)
    Europe Sports 90.00 9 - 1 (152.00)
    Alpha - Omega Sports 90.00 9 - 1 (140.00)
    Patrick McIrish Sports 80.00 8 - 2 (118.30)
    Spartan Picks 80.00 8 - 2 (116.00)
    Players Corner 80.00 8 - 2 (116.00)
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