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NJ’s Soaring Online Gambling Market

CNBNews graphic files The latest figures from casinos in New Jersey have revealed that online gambling has increased by 15% compared to the previous year. The same study also announced that online gambling outlets in New Jersey took over $430 million from gamblers in May 2022 alone. But what exactly is the cause of this increase and what can we expect in the future? We reveal more below. A new online landscape The report found that Borgata was leading the gambling market with an increase of over 30% from last year. Hard Rock casino came in second place, taking in... Read more →

Milwaukee Brewers’ Brandon Woodruff to receive 2022 ALB Graduate of the Year Award

Milwaukee Brewers RHP Brandon Woodruff, who played American Legion Baseball for the Tupelo (Miss.) 49ers, has been selected as the 2022 ALB Graduate of the Year. Scheduling of the official award presentation is still in the works. Woodruff, a two-time All-Star now in his sixth season with the Brewers, was part of the 2011 American Legion World Series runner-up. He received the James F. Daniel Jr. Sportsmanship Award that year. “Really, any compliment that you could give a young man at that age as a person and as a player, he really deserved all of them,” said Woodruff’s Legion Baseball... Read more →

An Estimated 600 Students A Day Are Absent


updated Dorothy Philbin | CNBNews GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (February 20, 2022)(CNBNews)In the past weeks I have been bringing attention to the deficiencies of our school system. Most of the comments have been along the lines of surprise and in some cases, shock. I only got one negative comment and that was from a former GHS teacher. "Why are you trashing Gloucester? STOP IT!" How about "No as an answer?" Gloucestercitynews.net graphic files My goal is not to trash Gloucester City and the school district. Everything I have published has come from either the state's website or Gloucester City's School District's... Read more →

VIDEO: Adults Acting Like Kids at New York Jets/Miami Dolphin Game this Past Weekend

CNBNEWS (November 20, 2021)-Some football fans just can't handle their alcohol consumption as evident in this video. There will come a day when someone is killed during one of these brawls. But until then the NFL will let the animals fight it out. The greedy team owners make too much money from these drunken clowns and could care less about the innocent people nearby who just wanted to watch the game. CHECK OUT THE VIDEO ON TWITTER Read more →

PETS ARE THE BEST: A Beloved Dog, A Stolen Car And...A Happy Ending

(NAPSI)—It started out as a normal day for Mary Harrison—until she briefly left her car running outside of her home with her shih tzu Molly in the backseat and went inside for just a second. When she came back outside, however, her car—and Molly—were gone. She called Verizon to see if her phone could help track her car, and a Verizon customer service representative saved the day. “When Mary called in, I was taken aback with her car and dog being stolen,” said the tech expert who answered the call. “I really felt for her. I work at home and... Read more →

The Rise of the Online Gaming Industry in 2020  

In a year where a lot of Brits have struggled to keep their jobs, and where unemployment is on the up, there’s one industry that is going from strength to strength: online gaming. Whether it’splaying League of Legends with friends or sitting down to a poker tournament, it seems we all love to spend our downtime playing games online. So why has online gaming become so popular, and does this trend look set to stay? Let’s take a closer look at the rise of the online gaming industry in 2020. Why is online gaming so popular? Playing games online is... Read more →

YOUR MONEY: What Is Cryptocurrency?

(NAPSI)—Social and traditional media have been abuzz with articles and information about the rising phenomenon of digital currencies. But what does it all mean and should you buy in? What Is Cryptocurrency? Cryptocurrency, or simply crypto, is one type of digital currency. Cryptocurrencies are distinct from “fiat currencies” such as the dollar, euro or yen. Unlike fiat currencies, crypto isn’t represented or organized by physical paper units or coins. Rather, each unit is a unique alphanumeric string of computer code. Also, cryptocurrencies are not issued by a central bank. Instead, they are controlled by technology that determines how many units... Read more →

FACE OF DEFENSE: Nation's Heavy Icebreaker Arrives in Dutch Harbor, Alaska

For first visit since 2013 The Coast Guard Cutter Polar Star (WAGB 10) is underway in the Arctic Ocean, Monday, Dec. 21, 2020. The 44-year-old heavy icebreaker is underway to project power and support national security objectives throughout Alaskan waters and into the Arctic, including along the Maritime Boundary Line between the United States and Russia. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Cynthia Oldham. Capt. Bill Woityra, the commanding officer of the Coast Guard Cutter Polar Star (WAGB 10), looks out from the cutter’s bridge, Thursday, Dec. 17, 2020, while underway in the Bering Strait. The 44-year-old... Read more →

Payment Methods in Casinos 2021

(December 10, 2020)--With the rise of technology in online casinos, there are even more payment methods available in 2021. Now gamblers have a wide array of payment options to choose from, varying from credit and debit cards, e-wallets, Bitcoins, and bank wire transfers. We all know that cards are the popular method nowadays, but you can choose from a plethora of more secure and reliable options. You’ll find fast and secure deposit and withdrawal options in almost all new casinos, so it’s safe to say that you won’t have to worry about your money ending up somewhere else, or your... Read more →

New casinos 2021 in New Jersey

online casinos for real money". (December 10, 2020)--New casinos 2021 in New Jersey are getting set to light up the gambling world in the state. Ever since playing at casinos became legal in the state from the 26th of November 2013, the casino scene has gone on from strength to strength. 2021 is setting up to be a grand year with new casinos 2021 in New Jersey getting set to come on stream. The regulatory agency, the New Jersey Division of Gambling Enforcement is doing a great job of licensing new players in the industry and regulating them to ensure... Read more →

The NFL Stars To Have In Your Fantasy Football Team

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(October 28, 2020)--Some people play fantasy football for fun, but the real player is in it to win it. Alas, with the game so popular, and with so many players to choose from, sometimes it feels like reaching the top is nothing but an uphill battle. While it can take a little time to get used to the game, once you have, you’ll find that a little bit of research can go a long way. If you’re unsure of who to pursue your team, take a read below, where we’ll guide you through some of the hottest selections to consider... Read more →

What are the differences between sports betting in NJ and PA?

(October 2, 2020)When it comes to sports betting, the US can be a complex beast. It is, after all, a federal system – and each state can, within certain restrictions, decide on and implement its own laws. Nowhere is this system more obvious than in the arena of sports betting. Ever since the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA) was struck down in 2018, it has become increasingly common for states to adopt divergent approaches to the question of sports betting. So what about New Jersey and Pennsylvania? Even though these two states are located close by and share... Read more →

Gambling Games to Play in Online Casino Malaysia

(September 10, 2020)--For someone who is not living in Malaysia, playing online casino games may appear complicated. However, this article will share with you about online casino Malaysia gambling games and you can play it legally to win real money. Apart from land-based casino, playing gambling games in online casino is also good option for you to have fun as a leisure activity. If you are Muslim in Malaysia, then it could get complicated since according to the Sharia law it is prohibited for people who practice Islam. We have to point out the fact that online gaming is receiving... Read more →

Who Looks Favorite To Go On And Claim The NBA Championship

(September 8, 2020)--With the NBA season coming to a close and us now into the second round of the playoff, we are starting to get a bit of a better idea on who looks most likely to take home an NBA Finals Ring. Throughout the season, the Lakers have been favorited to win the tournament due to the signing of Anthony Davis who would accompany Lebron James fantastically. The pair have been seriously formidable through the season, and now it’s the playoffs with them tied 1-1 with the Houston Rockets in the series, they look as if they are likely... Read more →


William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews Editor CHEER-Lisa Mollet was very grateful to be back at work as a waitress at the Empire Diner, Brooklawn. Sunday, two regular customers gave her the tip of a lifetime. “They blessed me,” Lisa exclaimed. FoxNews 29 reported a local man, and his wife gave Lisa their 2006 Nissan Ultima as a tip for their Sunday meal. Lisa Mollet with her tip of a lifetime (image courtesy of FoxNews29) ++++++++ Dan Bongino, at Bellmawr gym (image courtesy of SaveNewJersey) CHEER-Dan Bongino, Conservative News contributor, former secret service agent, and New York police officer was... Read more →

What Would Have Happened if Corey Maggette at Duke Spent Four Years in College?

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(August 11,2020)--When Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski received a commitment from Corey Maggette out of high school, he figured to have the talented wing player for four seasons. After all, he was one of the only coaches in college basketball not feeling the pain of players leaving Corey Maggette courtesy of Pinterest school early. However, after one season, Maggette decided that he was ready for the NBA, and after a 14-year career, it appears as though he made the right choice to leave school when he did. In that one season, he showed enough promise to make one of the... Read more →

Can Pennsylvania’s Emerging Sports Betting Market Hold On? 

Gloucestercitynews.net--APRIL 13,2020–A few short months ago, Philadelphia - along with the whole state of Pennsylvania - was beginning to see the benefits of the sports betting boom that was made possible by the Supreme Court's landmark ruling in 2018. The state wasn't making headway as fast as New Jersey did, but the industry in the region was still approaching the point where it had started to make millions of dollars in tax revenue and was likely to make millions more in the future. New companies were opening up. Existing venues were spending money on adapting themselves to facilitate the new... Read more →

State Adopts NEW Rules for Fantasy Sports

NEWARK – Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal and the Division of Consumer Affairs (Division) announced today that the Division has adopted its first set of rules for fantasy sports activities in New Jersey, including rules designed to protect children. The new rules, adopted this month, implement a 2017 law requiring fantasy sports operators to obtain permits from the Division and comply with other requirements to protect participants in New Jersey’s new online sports betting frontier. The new rules require fantasy sports operators to adopt procedures to ensure that no one under the age of 18 participates in fantasy sports activities.... Read more →

New Jersey Online Casino Market Share and Statistics

New Jersey continues to be one of America’s most well-known states when it comes to gambling. We all know about Atlantic City and its glamorous casinos, but online gambling in New Jersey is blooming as well. As of 2018, there were seven DGA approved online casinos in New Jersey, and they all keep fighting for their share of the market. The guys from NJ Games closely follow the revenue growth of these casinos and rely on the statistics that are released by the Division of Gaming Enforcement of New Jersey. We thought it would be nice to share some of... Read more →

Pro Tips for Choosing the Best Real Money Slots Casino

Gloucestercitynews.net (October 24, 2019)--The world of online casinos can be a confusing and frustrating place when gambling operators continuously employ a load of marketing tactics in order to get your money and entice you to play on their platform. Finding the best real money slots casino and beating them at their own game is every gambler’s dream. But here comes the struggle. Despite the fact that every slots casino differs in color, size and popularity, the strategy is pretty much the same. So how do you choose a slots casino with the highest payback and the biggest chances to win?... Read more →

Dawn Watson's Just Sayin': What'cha Gonna Do?

Dawn Watson/CNBNews Contributor I’ve known quite a few Bad Boys in my life. And they’ve known me. Before you get all judgmental let me explain that there is no hidden meaning to this statement. It’s just that I’m the type of lady that attracts—and is attracted to—all the wrong kind of fellows. A good example would be my husband, rest his soul. We enjoyed twenty-one happy but tumultuous years of marriage. He was my diamond in the rough, my slightly tarnished knight in shining armor. He rocked. Then, he passed away. Now, although I’m not currently interested in dating I... Read more →

The English Premier League 2018-19 Season

CNBNews graphics file (CNBNewsnet)(August 31,2018)--Time to log on to your favorite betting site, ready your money, and start betting as the London football season is back thanks to the English Premier League EPL tournament. The intrigues of the football matches have always delivered a twist-packed with action one season after the other. This season too is no different. And with the odds ever so high following the transfers after the world-cup, football fans are yet to see the very best London-club players have to offer this season. The twenty EPL clubs are expected to battle it out to cement their... Read more →

NFL Power Rankings May See Future Impact From 2019 Defensive Line Class

image courtesy of Pinterest CNBNewsnet)(June 13, 2018)--Just a week or so after the NFL Draft of 2018 had concluded, a new NFL power rankings list came out from the official NFL website. This newer edition featured the Los Angeles Rams climbing up to the No. 2 position, ahead of Super Bowl contenders like New England Patriots. Much of that climb is attributed to the way the Rams added to their defense, something which the 2019 NFL Draft Class could help a number of teams with. At WalterFootball.com website, they provide regular updates about the college prospects that scouts are keeping... Read more →

Youth Football: How Young Athletes Are Exposed to High-Magnitude Head Impacts

Newswise — Charlottesville, VA (October 17, 2017). The majority of football players in the US (70%) are elementary and middle school students. These young athletes enthusiastically put on their gear, learn strategy, acquire skills, and participate in games with their peers. Unfortunately, like their professional counterparts these athletes sometimes get injured. Fairly often they sustain head impacts during tackling and blocking maneuvers. Exposure to head impacts in American football has become a national concern: neurocognitive and brain changes can occur from repeated head impacts, even when no evidence of concussion is found. To gain a greater understanding of head impacts,... Read more →

The Real Football Network Review of Denver QB Brock Osweiler's Passing Map

NEW YORK, Dec. 26, 2015 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The Real Football Network is the ultimate destination for individuals who want to better understand what's going on in the world of football, including the weekly football matchups and fantasy football analytics. The Real Football Network challenges its viewers to understand the game on a deeper and more advanced… Read more →

42Freeway.com : Brooklawn Diner's Bright Future

We saw this earlier in the week over at the Brooklawn Facebook page, and stopped over tonight to take a look ourselves. The Brooklawn Diner owners have turned on the exterior lights and the colors look amazing. It will be an awesome welcome to one of Brooklawn's key entrances. Click over to 42Freeway.com to see two larger pics. And please like our Facebook page. Related articles Piston Diner (Review) by BlueJeanFoodCritic What Is Happening With the Brooklawn Diner? Does Anyone Know? Meandering w/ Mark Matthews: Brooklawn Iconic Eateries Weber's and the Brooklawn Diner Happenings Brooklawn baseball patriarch "Pop" Barth still... Read more →

NFL legends partner with Fanright Fantasy Exchange

GREEN BAY, Wis., Aug. 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- A group of Packer legends including Dorsey Levens, Ahman Green, Nick Collins, and Gilbert Brown has teamed up with Fanright Fantasy Exchange (FFE), LLC to participate in a new fantasy football platform that's uniquely catered to their former team's fan base. The concept is designed to bring attention to veterans' health issues by providing fans with the most immersive fantasy experience available. "Fantasy Exchange is changing the way we play Fantasy Football. Our model allows fans to directly interact with the legends of the NFL, gaining insights into player selection on a... Read more →

Can Eagles QB Foles Take Us to the Super Bowl?

Related articles Kelly: Foles is Eagles' starter 'for next 1,000 years' Uram: Foles Is Philadelphia Nick Foles knows he may never match last year statistically LeSean McCoy: Nick Foles Is Ready To Become A Star Foles, Kelly joined in quest, questions Read more →

Seahawks Rout Broncos to Win Super Bowl Title

East Rutherford (United States) (AFP) February 2, 2014 at 10:44:37 PM EST Timothy A. Clary/AFP The Seattle Seahawks' Jermaine Kearse scores a touchdown during during the Super Bowl 48 game against the Denver Broncos at MetLife Stadium on February 2, 2014 Seattle's Russell Wilson threw for two touchdowns and the Seahawks' ferocious defense overwhelmed Denver's record-setting offense, forcing four turnovers on the way to a stunning 43-8 victory in Super Bowl 48. The Seahawks, owned by Microsoft co-founding billionaire Paul Allen, captured their first National Football League crown on Sunday. Seattle lost to Pittsburghin 2006 in the team's only prior... Read more →

Offense just as much to blame as defense in Eagles loss to Broncos /NJ.com

Eliot Shorr-Parks/NJ.com September 29, 2013 at 8:28:12 PM EDT It was a shoot-out just like everyone expected. Unfortunately for the Eagles, the Broncos did most of the shooting. "The key for us was to keep us in the game offensively," Chip Kelly said after the game. "We didn't do that." The Eagles offense put up just 20 points in their 52-20 loss to the DenverBroncos, with 13 of those points coming in the first three-quarters when the game was still semi-winnable. The defense struggled like everyone expected, but it was the offenses inability to score that played just as big... Read more →

NFL odds and lines, Chargers vs. Eagles

By Kenneth Arthur  @KennethArthurS on Sep 12 2013, 11:56a + Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports One of these teams was able to pull off an upset in Week 1, while the other blew a 21-point lead to a heavy AFC favorite. How big of an underdog is San Diego in Week 2? The Chargers and Eagles both have head coaches that made their NFL debut last week. One of them upset the reigning division champions on the road, while the other blew a game that his team had a 99-percent chance of winning. Which of these teams will come out... Read more →

In Memoriam: Daniel "Snake" Watson (cnbnews.net)

(cnbnews.net) In memory of Daniel Christopher Watson, husband, stepfather, friend. July 29, 1948—June 26, 2011. Sleep well, my love, Dan and Dawn Watson And always know, You’re in my heart, You are my soul. A life lived hard, At last in peace, My love for you, Will never cease. From your loving wife, Dawn, stepchildren Dana and Dino Lionetti, and best friend, Steve Healey. Read more →

Face of Defense: Deborah Leavitt 2012 Military Spouse of the Year

Deborah Leavitt, wife of the master chief petty officer of the Coast Guard, right, and Vice Adm. Sally Brice-O'Hara, vice commandant of the Coast Guard, present Jennifer Bassett, center, with a medal recognizing her as the 2012 Coast Guard Spouse of the Year during the 2012 Military Spouse of the Year ceremony at Marine Barracks Washington, D.C., May 10, 2012. Bassett is the wife of Coast Guard Chief Petty Officer Josh Bassett. Related articles Face of Defense: Army Veteran Martin Oliver with Marine Corps Cpl. Rob Velasquez (gloucestercitynews.net) Face of Defense: Marine Cpl. Sean Grady and Ace on Duty (gloucestercitynews.net) Read more →

Dan Watson, CNBNews Columnist Succumbs; Vietnam War Veteran, Purple Heart Recipient

(CNBNEWS.NET) Daniel Christopher Watson, age 61, a proud citizen of Gloucester City, passed away peacefully early Sunday morning, June 26, 2011. He fought a courageous battle with cancer for the last two years of his life. Photo: Dan and Dawn Watson Dan is survived by his wife of 21 years, Dawn Watson; his loving step-children, Dana Lionetti, who resides in Gloucester City, and Dino Lionetti, who resides in Philadelphia, his three sisters, his brother, his many friends, and his beloved best friend, Steve Healey. His writing for CNBNEWS.NET (The Fantasy Football Fanatic) was a source of real enjoyment in his... Read more →

Just Sayin': Resolutions

I’ve made some New Year’s resolutions and thought I’d share them with you. One of my first resolutions was not to make any resolutions but I thought it over and vetoed it, so here goes the list of six: 6. Lose weight. I got a bicycle for Christmas so I intend to become “That Lady”, as in, “Oh, yeah, that lady who rides her bike around town even though she’s as old as dirt.” Now, instead of walking to Carr’s or Troxie’s I can ride my bike. Of course, I’d better stop at Carr’s before the first ride so I... Read more →

The Fantasy Football Fanatic: Dan "Snake" Watson

Hello again, all of you fanatics and welcome to week 17, the last week of the regular season. Most of you folks have already had your Super Bowl and this column is for those of you who waited for the Bowl until this week. We stopped doing the week 17 Bowl about 4 years ago. Most of the premier players were not going to play in what could be termed a meaningless game. I won both of my bowls this year and nobody is more surprised than me. Let’s get started here! QUARTERBACK Ben Roethlisberger is at Cleveland this week... Read more →

The Fantasy Football Fanatic: Dan "Snake" Watson

Happy Holidays to all of you Fantasy Football Fanatics out there. Here’s hoping this is a safe and happy holiday season filled with good meals, lots of presents for the kids and good cheer to all. It’s week 16 already. I’m in the super bowl in both of my leagues but my work is certainly cut out for me. I’m facing Matt Schaub, Andre Johnson, Darren McFadden and the New England Special Teams / Defense in both leagues. All I can do is hope that something falls apart for a couple of those guys so I can pull off a... Read more →

Pet Tip of the Week

How to Recognize Parasites There are four main types of worms, each of which live in the dog’s intestine and feed on undigested food there. Roundworms are the most common in puppies; almost every puppy is born with them present. They look a little like a rubber band and can be several inches long. They are spread through the environment and other dogs’ feces, which is another reason why people that fail to pick up their dog’s waste should be fined. Several types of tapeworm can afflict dogs. The most common lives in the dog’s small intestine where it attaches... Read more →

The Fantasy Football Fanatic: Dan "Snake" Watson

Hello again fellow fanatics. Welcome to Week 15. In most leagues, we’re deep into the playoffs and things are getting a bit hairy in the games. It’s not like it had been in the past though. I remember picking up Jim Sorgi (who?) in 07 when I won my championship. Peyton Manning entered the week 17 game, threw a 6 yard completion to Marvin Harrison and they both sat down. They were replaced off of the bench by Reggie Wayne and Manning’s backup, Jim Sorgi. It may as well have been the Super Bowl for Sorgi, 296 yds and 3... Read more →

Just Sayin': Holiday at the Office

My husband went back to work a couple of weeks ago, after a long illness. He immediately got back into the swing of things and returned to his throne as the social hero of the office. He’s a friendly guy, always has been, and so attracts people like a magnet. I, on the other hand, sometimes repel them as though I had cooties. I’m not what you’d call a social butterfly. More like a moth: it won’t hurt you but it’s not pretty to look at so you just ignore it. Eventually, it will fly away. Yesterday, he said, “Don’t... Read more →

The Fantasy Football Fanatic: Dan "Snake" Watson

Hello again fellow fanatics. Welcome to Week 14. In most leagues, this is the first week of the playoffs. If you’re fortunate enough, the playoffs carry a lot of excitement, heart ache, and lots of ups and downs. Here’s hoping there are not many downs and more than enough ups. Let’s get started on this week’s recommendations. QUARTERBACK Joe Flacco is visiting Houston this week. The Texans have allowed 9 QBs to pass for multiple TDs this year. In his past three road games, Flacco has averaged 267 passing yds with 6TDs and 1 interception. This game will be played... Read more →

The Fantasy Football Fanatic: Dan "Snake" Watson

Hello again fanatics and welcome. This has turned into a very quick season. It’s hard to believe we’re sitting at week 13 already. I’m having a great season and am now sitting at 11-1, I’ve clinched my division and a BYE week in the playoffs. I can only hope that my luck continues. We all know that there is more of luck than anything else in this obsession. I’m hoping for the best.Let’s get started on this week’s recommendations. QUARTERBACK Kyle Orton visits Kansas City this weekend and this should be a shootout. In the first game against the Chiefs,... Read more →

The Fantasy Football Fanatic by Dan "Snake" Watson

Hello again, fanatics and welcome to the first of the short weeks. We’ve arrived at Thanksgiving week and there are three games slated for today. The early game has New England traveling to Detroit. Dallas is also the traditional host on this day and they will be hosting New Orleans. The night game has Cincinnati traveling to the New York Jets. Week 12 should start off with quite a bang. Don’t forget to get your lineups in on time for these games. I’ve still got my good year going and I’m sitting at 10-1. I had hoped to get this... Read more →

Pet Tip of the Week

All About (Dog) Food There are so many different types of dog food on the market that sometimes it’s confusing: which one is the best for Fido? It’s important to remember that, when you adopt an older dog, you must mix whatever it was he was eating with the dry dog food of your choice so as not to upset his digestive system. Mix ¼ cup of your food with ¾ cup of the food he was eating, previously. Gradually increase the food of your choice until he is weaned off the food he ate previously, otherwise he may develop... Read more →

The Fantasy Football Fanatic: Dan "Snake" Watson

Hello again, fanatics and welcome to Week 11 of this column. I got back on track this past week and am now sitting at 9-1 going into this week. I was losing going into Monday night but I still had NcCoy, Akers and the Philly D I won by 12 points. Let’s look at this week’s games: QUARTERBACKS Carson Palmer hosts Buffalo this weekend. This is a quality matchup against the Bills who have allowed opposing QBs 18 TDs this year. Palmer should have a great day here along with former Bill, Terrell Owens. Shaun Hill is in Dallas this... Read more →

The Fantasy Football Fanatic: Dan "Snake" Watson

Hello again, Fantasy Football Fans and welcome to Week 10. Well it finally happened; I lost last week and my record is now 8-1. I hope to get back on track so that my league doesn't begin razzing me! (Having Roddy White was a step in the right direction). Let’s look at this week’s games: QUARTERBACKS Ben Roethlisberger plays host to New England this week and although he’s struggled in his last two games against New Orleans and Cincinnati, he should recover here and have a good game. The Patriots have allowed 5 QBs to pass for multiple TDs this... Read more →

Just Sayin': Holidays

Christmas is coming. I know it’s coming because the leaves are beginning to fall from the trees and television commercials have stopped calling political candidates names and are now telling us what toys to buy. Sometimes, the voice-over is the same guy. If he got his scripts mixed up Rob Andrews would be available at Toys R Us and they’d throw in a free Lautenberg to the first hundred buyers. I figure we have one paycheck coming before the big event but a lot of that will be spent on Thanksgiving. Unless I decide that it’s going to be pot... Read more →

The Fantasy Football Fanatic: Dan "Snake" Watson

Hello again, fellow fanatics and welcome to week 9. Amazing that we’re half way through the season already. Even more amazing that I’m 8-0 in one league and 6-2 in the other. I sincerely hope everyone of my readers is doing as well if not better. Let’s get things started! QUARTERBACK Matt Ryan is hosting Tampa Bay this week. Ryan is having a quietly great season. More importantly, in three games at home this year he’s averaging 266 yds with 7tds and 3 interceptions. The Falcons have the Bucs as a favorable matchup in Atlanta. The Bucs have given up... Read more →

The Fantasy Football Fanatic: Dan "Snake" Watson

x category Fantasy Football Fanatic Welcome to week 8 all of you Fantasy Football Fanatics. This past weekend Dallas went from bad to worse with the loss of Tony Romo at the QB position. Jon Kina actually did pretty well considering he hasn’t taken a first team rep in practice in two years. This is a week when a bunch of good to fair QB’s are on BYE and you could do a whole lot worse than someone throwing to the likes of Miles Austin, Roy Williams, Dev Bryant and Jason Witten. The Cowboys are home vs. Jacksonville so Kitna... Read more →