เว็บพนันบอล เว็บพนันฟุตบอล สโบ Bring on some games

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เว็บพนันบอล After this week, filled with the Ray Rice controversy, the NFL office can’t wait for kickoff and at least some of the conversation back onto the on-field product.

เว็บพนันฟุตบอล And there are some very interesting games this week. Even two games will be a small sample size to determine if a team is going to the playoffs or is this year’s version of the 2013 Texans or Falcons, but at least we’ll have a little bit better idea if some of the Week 1 surprises were a fluke.

On to what is a pretty interesting set of Week 2 games (as always, the lines are from Yahoo’s Pro Football Pick ‘em):

Steelers (+2.5) over Ravens (picked already): Really disappointing performance by the Steelers. Is that just short-week sloppiness for Pittsburgh? This is six bad quarters in a row for the Steelers. They’re a tough team to gauge moving forward.

Dolphins (-1) over Bills: It’s less about the Bills and more about the Dolphins here. I really think they’re good. And Miami has been a better road team than home team for a while now

เว็บแทงบอล SBOBET quarterback Case Keenum

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เว็บแทงบอล The St. Louis Rams have added a quarterback to their mix, and he started eight more games last season than projected starter Shaun Hill has started in the past three seasons combined.

Case Keenum, who was waived by the Houston Texans after they traded for the New England Patriots’ Ryan Mallett, was claimed by the Rams.

เว็บแทงบอล SBOBET Keenum started half the season for the Texans in 2013, and though the team lost all eight contests (seven of them by a one-score margin), he played fairly well all things considered. Keenum got off to a solid start in his first three games last season, throwing for seven TD passes and zero interceptions with a respectable 822 passing yards.

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But as the season wore on, Keenum’s completion percentage hovered closer to 50 percent (54.2 for the season) and Keenum threw six picks in his final five games before missing the rest of the regular season with a sprained right thumb.

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