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Free NFL Bets Week 6

Free NFL Bets Week 6 I started off the Week 5 Free Bets article saying we needed to bounce back from an 0-2 week, and we did just that. We swept the card for the third time in four weeks, improving the season record to 7-3 (70.0%). I’ll admit, I …

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Monday Night Football Preview: Buccaneers vs. Panthers

Week 5 of the 2016 comes to a close when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1-3) visit the Carolina Panthers (1-3) in a NFC South clash. Both teams have struggled to get off to a good start as they both trail in the standings and they will be looking to gain ground for second place.

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10 Random Stats & Facts: Buc’s vs. Falcons

The 0-2 Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the 1-1 Atlanta Falcons will both be trying to pick up a win on Thursday night. Oddsmakers currently have the Falcons listed as 7-point favorites versus the Buccaneers in this NFC South grudge match.

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Mike Glennon Fantasy Value

In the past three weeks, the Bucs have chosen a different approach to the game and Glennon and the team have benefited tremendously. Where the run has been featured, Glennon has completed 70% of his passes, throwing five…

Bobby Rainey Fantasy

Fantasy Value: Bobby Rainey

As the fantasy football playoffs are rapidly approaching, we may have stumbled upon that dream scenario where you’re able to add a late-season waiver-wire gem to your team and he comes out of nowhere to go on a tear and lead your team to the championship. Remember that Arian Foster guy in 2009?

MNF Tampa Bucs

Monday Night Football Preview: Dolphins at Buc’s

Whether you are a fan of the teams doing battle, have fantasy football or gaming implications, or you’re simply looking for creative ways to increase your alcohol intake during the Monday Night Football telecast, we’ve got you covered.

Doug Martin Fantasy Football

Doug Martin: Candidate for a Sophomore Slump?

Every year there seems to be a lot of discussion about who in the NFL will have a second year shortcoming. Now, a lot of people don’t believe in this “jinx,” but there seems to be at least one second year player that goes through a sophomore slump each year