แทงบอลออนไลน์ SBO the Spread Picks

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แทงบอลออนไลน์ The Steelers went to Baltimore on a short week and looked terrible in a Week 2 loss. It happens, especially on “Thursday Night Football,” which produces terrible games because teams don’t have enough time to prepare or heal. But if you paid any attention on Twitter or anywhere else really, you heard how awful the Steelers were. You would have thought, at that moment, that 2-14 was Pittsburgh’s only realistic goal for this season, and even that would require some luck. The Steelers were horrible. Terrible. No good. Then they dominated at Carolina in Week 3.

SBO Even when teams win, they stink. Everyone thinks the Patriots are finished. I know that’s fueled by Patriots hate, but we’re really going to believe that a 13-year track record of winning evaporates in a three-game sample size? A three-game sample that includes two wins? People forget that in 2013, the exact same things were being said of the Patriots. And they ended up just fine.

It’s not wise to follow these ridiculous swings every week. Kansas City looked incompetent in Week 1, and has covered two straight games since. Oakland was absoutely awful in Week 2, then almost won at New England. And so on. NFL teams are rarely as bad as they look on their worst day, and they’re rarely as dominant as they look at their best. That’s just the way the league is built.

แทงบอล SBOBET IBCBET in Ray Rice case

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แทงบอล Commissioner Roger Goodell answered many questions during a news conference Friday on what he got wrong on the Ray Rice case, in which the since-released Baltimore Ravens running back was initially suspended just two games for a domestic violence incident in which he knocked out his wife.

And while Goodell’s answers and his role in the matter are important, one other key entity hasn’t answered too many questions about its role.

The Ravens.

แทงบอล The team’s brass sat down with the Baltimore Sun to discuss the incident, in which Rice punched his then-fiancee in an elevator, and not much else has come from them (outside of coach John Harbaugh, who has his normal media availability). And the main takeaway from that interview was general manager Ozzie Newsome saying that Rice told the team the truth about what happened in the elevator.

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