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Courtesy New England Patriots The landscape of the NFL as we head into Week 6 is an interesting one. There are still a handful of win-less teams and just one team in each conference that remains undefeated. There are a ton of games to choose from for your survivor pools and betting action, so if you decide to wet your feet, be sure to compare your options at this sportsbetting.ag review. For now, let's go over the best and the worst so far this season. The Fantastic After the great start over in New England, we expected Belichick’s boys to be unbeaten. But, we didn’t so much expect this from Kyle Shanahan’s squad. Now,...

The concluding day of the first round of matches at the FIFA World Cup saw a team being eliminated from the competition for the first time in its history, on its disciplinary record. Senegal, the last of the African teams remaining, bowed out owing to the higher number of yellow cards collected over the group stage. It also led to a farcical final ten minutes in the other encounter of a tough Group H, as Japan and Poland played a ridiculously passive game to earn a result that was convenient for both teams. The “fair play” rule states that accumulated red and yellow cards will decide progress to the knockout stage if teams finished...

With the Patriots losing Rob Gronkowski for the rest of the season due to back surgery, are the Patriots no longer the favorites coming out of the AFC East? If so, will another team emerge as the top team in the conference? Kyle Curry - If there is a team that can threaten the Patriots No. 1 spot at the top, it would be Miami. The Dolphins at this moment are the hottest team in their division. They have won six straight games against teams like the Steelers and Chargers. Miami only lost to New England earlier in the year by seven points and the Seahawks by two. I think Miami is poised to take advantage of the unfortunate position...

In game 5 the Cavaliers attempted to match wits with the Warriors lineup as they exchanged size for quickness. The adjustment kept the the game close for the first two quarters, unfortunately, the Cavaliers ran away with the game in the second half as the Warriors struggled offensively from behind the arc.  Klay Thompson lead his team in scoring with 37 points but it was Kyrie Irving and LeBron James who stole the show after both players tallied a whopping 41 points each. LeBron James bounced back from the scuffle with Draymond Green in game 4 by racking up a  double-double (41 points, 16 rebs, and 7 assists) as the Cavs took full...
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