Easy Money Picks – NFL Week 2

Just got my power back on after dealing with Hurricane Irma and ready to jump into week 2.  Always say this, but keep in mind season long betting is a marathon not a sprint.  Lets go

Week 2 Picks:                    STRAIGHT UP              AGAINST SPREAD

HOU @ CIN (-5.5)                HOU                   HOU

NE @ NO (+6)                    NE                    NO

CLE @ BAL (-8)                   BAL                    CLE

CHI @ TB (-7)                       TB                 CHI

PHI @ KC (-5.5)                     KC                 KC

MIN @ PIT (-5.5)                   PIT                MIN

BUF @ CAR (-7)                      CAR               CAR

ARI @ IND (+7)                    ARI                 ARI

TEN @ JAC (+1.5)                TEN                  TEN

MIA @ LAC (-3.5)                SD                    SD

NYJ @ OAK (-13.5)              OAK                    OAK

SF @ SEA (-14)                   SEA                     SEA

WAS @ LAR (-2.5)            STL                   STL

DAL @ DEN (+2.5)             DAL                   DAL

GB @ ATL (-3)                    GB                   GB

DET @ NYG (-3)                 NYG                 DET

LAST WEEK:                            10 – 5                             5 – 10

YEAR TO DATE                       10 – 5                              5 – 10


Easy Money Picks – NFL Week 1

NFL season is back baby.  And so am I.  Took some time off for the summer, but wouldnt leave you guys hanging for the start of the season.  Lets jump right into it.  Here we go.

Week 1 Picks:                    STRAIGHT UP              AGAINST SPREAD

KC @ NE (-8.5)                    NE                 NE

NYJ @ BUF (-8.5)                 BUF                 BUF

PHI @ WAS (+1)                   WAS                 WAS

JAC @ HOU (-6)                    HOU                 HOU

OAK @ TEN (-2.5)                 OAK               OAK

ARI @ DET (+2)                     ARI                ARI

BAL @ CIN (-3)                    CIN               CIN

ATL @ CHI (+6.5)                 ATL                 ATL

PIT @ CLE (+9)                    PIT                   CLE

IND @ LAR (+1.5)              STL                   STL

CAR @ SF (+5.5)                CAR                  CAR

SEA @ GB (-3)                  GB                   SEA

NYG @ DAL (-4)              DAL                   NYG

NO @ MIN (-3.5)             MIN                   NO

LAC @ DEN (-3.5)             DEN                   DEN

LAST WEEK:                            0 – 0                             0 – 0

YEAR TO DATE                       0 – 0                              0 – 0


For Today Only, ESPNU Will Become ESPN 8 The Ocho


(ESPN Media Zone) – Drawing inspiration from the 2004 hit movie “Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story” featuring Vince Vaughn, Christine Taylor and Ben Stiller, ESPNU will become ESPN8: “The Ocho” on Tuesday, Aug. 8, or more appropriately, 8/8.  For one day only, the faux network will feature a line-up of unconventional sporting events ranging from Disc Golf to Ultimate Trampoline Dodgeball and Firefighters World Challenge playing off the mantra highlighted in the movie: “Bringing you the Finest in Seldom Seen Sports”.

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Im honestly surprised it took ESPN this long to make this happen.  Seems like an absolute no brainer, even if it is 13 years late.  I pray that its a huge hit and becomes a regular thing.  I have no idea what Kabaddi or the Moxie Games are, but cant wait to find out.

Also, dont want, but NEED Cotton McKnight and Pepper Brooks to announce something.


Golden State Warriors, NBA Champs Again



The Golden State Warriors are NBA Champions!  We should probably get used to hearing that phrase for the foreseeable future.

This was supposed to be the series to end all series.  The Warriors cruised through the western conference, and aside from a hiccup or two the Cavs did the same in the east.  But this was going to be the series that saved the 2017 NBA playoffs and in the end it was a dud just the same.

There were some great performances, Finals MVP Kevin Durant put on a show from start to finish.  LeBron had a historic performance, I mean the guy averaged a triple double in the finals while shooting 59% for crying out loud.  He honestly probably should have won Finals MVP even on a losing team.

In the end, the finish was just about what everyone thought it would be from the moment KD signed the dotted line in Golden State.  Ya the Cavs managed to get one to avoid the sweep, but all that did was delay the inevitable.

Time will tell if LeBron or anyone else can put a team together that can compete with these Warriors.  Until then you might as well go ahead and pencil in the Warriors as champs for at least the next 3-4 years.  And if thats the case?  Whats the point of even watching?


Mr Met Gives Fans The Bird During A Blowout Loss At Home


Everyone associated with the Mets is not happy about the way this season has gone, even the mascot.

Last night during another Mets drubbing, a 7-1 loss to the Brewers, Mr Met was caught giving a fan the bird while walking back to the locker room.

Listen, there is only so much sh*t one man can take, even Mr Met.

Reports coming out today that the guy that was wearing the costume last night was fired by the Mets.  Apparently they have multiple people that wear the costume, news to me, but much like this season for the Mets, this kids time of being Mr Met is over.