Shirt Tales: How My Lucky Shirt Helped the Red Sox Win

Amid talk of the different factors that led the Red Sox to their fourth World Series in 15 years, one factor has gone on unnoticed.

Sure, they had great (and high-priced) talent and great chemistry. Some claimed having a new manager in Alex Cora changed the culture and helped them keep their competitive edge over a long season (based on his experience as bench coach for last year‘s champs, the Houston Astros). While others pointed that a number of these players had strong motivation for redemption. But so did the Los Angeles Dodgers, who made it to the World Series last year and lost – and did not want to come in second again.

What’s the secret factor? Read more Shirt Tales: How My Lucky Shirt Helped the Red Sox Win


World’s First Leper Ice Hockey Tournament Breaks Off in Disarray

Yesterday’s first hockey tournament final for the leper community was a complete disaster!
The first ten minutes saw a number of unexpected face-offs; and by the time they got to half-way, it was already too difficult to pick up the pieces.
And that’s not all! In an utterly rotten match, several players just lost the head completely.


Half Time Show EP Ricky Kirshner Praises Sound Crew for “Clutch Performance”

Already hailed as the best Super Bowl Half-Time Show of the year, the Production Crew is garnering praise. The Sound Crew for the 2018 Super Bowl in Minneapolis perfectly executed Justin Timberlake’s vision of muddled audio. “I have to give a lot of praise to the men and women who successfully drowned out the pre-recorded vocal track,” stated the decade-long Executive Producer of the Pepsi Half Time Show. Read more Half Time Show EP Ricky Kirshner Praises Sound Crew for “Clutch Performance”


Collinsworth: “The Patriots are still going to win Superbowl LII”

Color commentator Cris Collinsworth, best known for talking over his play-by-play co-host Al Michaels during prime-time NFL broadcasts, is reportedly still holding out hope for the New England Patriots to rally and defeat the Super Bowl Champion Philadelphia Eagles. Read more Collinsworth: “The Patriots are still going to win Superbowl LII”


NFL Analyses Fans Biometrics to Figure Out what They Like

NFL ratings are still falling. And if you thought the league didn’t care, you were dead wrong. There is so much to consider in the game of football than the sports betting odds for this season.

And chief amongst these considerations is the manner in which the game of football is viewed. You wouldn’t expect the NFL to care about the way you watch their games but that doesn’t seem to be the case. Read more NFL Analyses Fans Biometrics to Figure Out what They Like


Minnesota Excited for a Winter Super Bowl LII

Fans have refused to let the deflate-gate scandal go, so much so that all anyone seems to care about these days is the expression Roger Goodell will wear when he gives Tom Brady and company the Vince Lombardi Trophy on Sunday, just months after Roger punished Brady for his supposed involvement in the scandal. But this is what makes betting on the NFL fun. Read more Minnesota Excited for a Winter Super Bowl LII


Tom Brady’s Cheekbones Now Undeniably the Greatest in NFL History

In a stunning comeback that saw records set for the most Super Bowl wins by a quarterback, most passing yards in a Super Bowl, most times as Super Bowl MVP, most catches from a single receiver in the Super Bowl, biggest point deficit recovery, the first Super Bowl overtime, and the most combined firsts and mosts in a Super Bowl…

The New England Patriots once again found themselves at the top of the NFL heap, cementing Tom Brady’s Adonis-like cheekbones as the greatest in football history. Read more Tom Brady’s Cheekbones Now Undeniably the Greatest in NFL History


Week 11: Texas A&M falls. Clemson, Alabama, Michigan Rise

The AP Polls are an interesting concept. Think about the fact that Nebraska lost to Ohio State on Saturday Evening. Yet, when the polls came out, the Buckeyes hadn’t moved (Number 6). What does that tell you? It definitely says more than the college football championship lines.

Of course, one might wonder whether any of this even really matters. Because of their performance, or lack thereof, against Ohio state, Nebraska fell 12 spots in the college football rankings. Read more Week 11: Texas A&M falls. Clemson, Alabama, Michigan Rise


Can One Expect NFL Game in the China

It is hard to believe that NFL game will be performed in China. But this is going to happen. It will be for the first time when the U. S. sports league will be played in the China. The game might not get much attention from the people. More importantly, the players will not be that comfortable to play a regular season in the China. As the result, you might not expect much from the NFL betting lines.

Now the teams are preparing for the game. They are focusing more on the work instead of discussing the playing environment. They are planning how they will come back from the China after the game and will prepare themselves for the next trip that might be more challenging. It will be difficult to play a more competitive game after coming back from China. Mark Waller, the vice president of the NFL, told in an interview, their focus is not more on the game in China. Read more Can One Expect NFL Game in the China


Postponed More Than Ready for Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe

With the prestigious Group 1 Prix de l’Arc de Triopmhe at Chantilly now just a matter of weeks away, trainer Roger Varian believes that former Juddmonte International Winner Postponed is on target for yet another victory this time around. The four-year-old is undoubtedly the favourite in the horse racing tips among bookmakers, with a win at Knavesmire in August only further demonstrating his credentials for the meeting just outside Paris. Such a win confirmed Postponed as the best middle-distance turf horse in the world, with further high profile victories undoubtedly lying ahead. The victory also increased Posponed’s career earnings to more than £4,360,000, closing the gap on the all-time record for a British-trained horse.

However, despite being offered odds of 7/2 on in the horse racing tips at bookmakers Coral, Varian’s prized asset is unlikely to have things all his own way, with stiff competition coming in the shape of Harzand, Minding, and Order of St George among others. Up next for Harzand is the Qipco Irish Champion Stakes this weekend in a meeting that should suit the dual Derby winner. Trainer Dermot Weld has withdrawn Harzand from Sunday’s Prix Niel, which had been seen as a good warm-up option for October’s Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe. Despite this, the three-year-old remains just 5/1 with Coral for victory at Chantilly.

Elsewhere, Christophe Lemaire declared himself extremely happy after partnering Japan’s latest Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe challenger Makahiki in a gallop over 1m1f of Chantilly’s straight Piste des Reservoirs a few weeks ago. Makahiki is at 8/1 in the horse racing tips at Coral having arrived in France a matter of weeks ago, and having won four of his five races, including the Japanese Derby, the Yasuo Tomomichi trained horse is certainly one to look out for.

Favourite for November’s Meboure Cup, Order of St George, who has established himself as one of the best in Europe Europe with an emphatic success at Royal Ascot this year, is part of a possible team of seven for record-breaking trainer Aidan O’Brien. O’Brien is seeking to win the prize for the first time in his career, with Order of St George currently 10/1 on with Coral to win the race held at Flemington on November 1st.