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NFL Gambling Dwindles Down To Two Games This Weekend

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The NFL has once again caused gamblers around the world to wonder why it is they spend their hard earned entertainment dollar betting. Games this season have had the usual drama that comes with every year.

Now, the league only has four teams left standing. That means that gamblers will have to make predictions in two games on Sunday with at least seven point spreads.

In the AFC, odds makers are giving the New England Patriots their due respect for not losing a game so far. They are two touchdown favorites over San Diego. The Chargers will have to pull of some kind of a miracle not only to upset the Pats, but just to cover the spread.

Over in the NFC, the Giants have knocked off the top seed in the conference by beating Dallas last week. This week, sports books do not believe they can play the upset card two weeks in a row. Green Bay and the ageless Brett Favre are seven point favorites at home.

Last Sunday showed all gamblers that you can never count out the underdog in the world of NFL gambling. It is going to take massive upsets this Sunday to drive home that point to gamblers. But as has been the case many times before, this is not the time to sleep on the underdogs.

Fantasy Football Semi Final Week Comes Down To Bears and Vikings

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Many Fantasy football owners who were fortunate enough to make it this deep into their playoffs, might have been irate on Sunday. Key players who have carried teams all year long were no shows yesterday.

Potential league MVP’s Tony Romo, Tom Brady, and Randy Moss were all no shows, leaving many fantasy owners scratching their heads.

Still, there is hope for thousands of teams looking to solidify a win and gain access to their league championships. Those hopes will most likely be tied to a few key players in tonight’s game.

Adrien Peterson was a mid round pick in most leagues, but tonight he tries to propel his actual team, the Vikings, into the playoffs. His value to fantasy sports will be just as important tonight. Many owners have him starting. and a big night could mean a Super Bowl birth for those owners.

Other fantasy players that could be a factor tonight could be the defenses. Both Chicago and Minnesota are owned by many owners, and a few key turnovers or sacks could be the difference.

The game tonight will be on ESPN at 8:30.…