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Betting on the winners of next season’s NFL

The betting odds for next season’s NFL are now available, and it will be a surprise to many that the winners of this season’s Super Bowl the Baltimore Ravens are not amongst the hot favourites. Granted the odds of 12/1 on the Ravens don’t exactly make them rank outsiders (and are an improvement on their 22/1 rating of last season) but they are still quite a bit longer than the odds on the favourites. Of course, winning the Super Bowl this season is no guarantee of anything next time out; otherwise NLF betting would be dull. It is the element of unpredictability that makes any kind of gambling, from sports betting to online casino, so much fun.

The sides who are rated top favourites for the Super Bowl are the Denver Broncos and the beaten finalists this season, the San Francisco 49ers, both of whom have odds of 7/1. In both cases it is the presence of a quarterback, Peyton Manning and Colin Kaepernick, which is contributing to this although the Broncos impressive form in the final three months of last season has also influenced their odds. When it comes to the AFC and NFC divisions, of course all of these teams are amongst the favourites to win them but other sides like the Green Bay Packers, the Houston Texans and the New England Patriots are also considered to be in with a strong chance of winning them this year.

There are so many NFL issues to bet on that it is unlikely that any fan of this and betting will get bored, but if they are in need of a further fix of both, then the NFL slots games on offer at online casino sites like are a great way of getting it. A game like the $5 Million Touchdown slot is particularly impressive in combining all the traditional benefits of slots (cheap, easy play, great payouts) with a real NFL theme. The reel icons are kicks, throws, tackles, footballs and cheerleaders, while the bonus game requires you to pass the ball from one player to another to try to score a touchdown, and accumulate credits.
26 Mar 2013 by Ryan Luis

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PFT: Vermeil told Reid that KC’s pros overcome lack of QB

Another man who made the trek from Philadelphia to Kansas City said he had a simple piece of advice for Andy Reid, when he was still thinking about the Chiefs job.

“Go,” former Eagles and Chiefs coach Dick Vermeil said, via Randy Covitz of the Kansas City Star.

Vermeil said, prior to Reid agreeing to the deal earlier today, that he spoke with Reid regularly, and had nothing but positive things to say about his old town.

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04 Jan 2013 by Ryan Luis

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Star: Exclusive: Police reports detail last hours for Belcher and Perkins

Seconds after fatally shooting his longtime girlfriend, Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher leaned over her in their master bathroom, said he was sorry and kissed her on the forehead.

His mother, who heard gunfire as she stood in the kitchen, rushed to her son’s bedroom and watched his remorseful goodbye.

Belcher apologized to his mother, kissed his 3-month-old daughter and fled his rented home in the 5400 block of Crysler Avenue in his Bentley.

The Star learned those details and others from multiple police sources Monday as officers continued their investigation into why Belcher, 25, killed his live-in girlfriend, Kasandra Perkins, 22, on Saturday morning. Arguments over relationship and financial issues had simmered for months between them, according to the sources.

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04 Dec 2012 by Ryan Luis

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Recent Changes the Act of a Deperate Franchise

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The release of former Chief's CB Stanford Routt, the signing of Shaun Smith and the resignation of Romeo Crennel as defensive coordinator all point to a franchise desperate for wins.  Shaun Smith, a 2010 surprise of the Kansas City defensive line will replace 27 year-old 5th overall selection Glenn Dorsey, who could have played his last snap as a Chief.  Stanford Routt, signed this off-season to start opposite Brandon Flowers, was cut after being victimized against the Raiders. 

Much like other desperate franchises (Eagles, Jets) the Chiefs are taking steps to try and turn their season around, but all indications are it is too late, and will most likely cost Romeo Crennel and Scott Pioli their jobs.

Pioli's decisions as GM of the Kansas City Chiefs have been unmemorable. He signed Matt Cassel to a six year, $62.7 million contract, hired former Head Coach Todd Haley, and replaced him with Romeo Crennel, after his strong finish as interim head coach at the conclusion of the 2011 season.  Half-way trough the 2012 season, that decision has not materialized.

Now the chiefs, after a long week off, will take on the Steelers. In Pittsburgh. And face their former head coach and current Steelers offensive coordinator Todd Haley.  At the launch of, the Chiefs are listed as 12.5 point underdogs.

We'll see if these changes have any impact.

06 Nov 2012 by Ryan Luis

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Fox Sports: Crennel relinquishes defensive duties

Chiefs' head coach Crennel walks off the field following team's loss to Chargers during NFL football game in San Diego

Chiefs coach Romeo Crennel relieved himself of duties as defensive coordinator on a day of massive changes that included the waiving of cornerback Stanford Routt and the signing of defensive tackle Shaun Smith.

Crennel had been juggling head coaching and coordinator duties since taking over on an interim basis when Todd Haley was fired last December. Gary Gibbs will take over as defensive coordinator and Crennel plans to spend more time with the rest of the team.

''We have a young team, you know? And some guys, their perception, all right, may be that I'm a defensive coach, or a defensive coordinator, and I don't care about other parts of the team, which is not true,'' Crennel said Monday. ''They will see I'm concerned about the whole team.''

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06 Nov 2012 by Ryan Luis

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Fans starting to turn on 1-7 Kansas City Chiefs

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Matt Cassel (7) adjusts his sox after getting knocked to the ground during the second half of an NFL football game against the Oakland Raiders at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Mo., Sunday, Oct. 28, 2012. (AP Photo/Reed Hoffmann)

The Chiefs have played nearly 500 minutes over eight games and overtime, and so far they have yet to hold the lead in regulation for a single second.

That's the startling reality for a team picked by some to win the AFC West this season.

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There have been devastating injuries to key players, including concussions to both quarterbacks. Their top wide receiver held out during training camp, their star running back has had games where he's received only five carries, and a defensive-minded head coach can't seem to get a defense full of first-round draft picks to stop much of anything.

The result is a 1-7 record that has led to fans paying for banners to fly over the stadium pleading for the general manager to be fired, and an organized protest on tap for an upcoming home game in which fans are planning to come dressed in black.

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04 Nov 2012 by Ryan Luis

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Jeff Herr: KC Fans Owed An Explanation

I woke up on Sunday with quite a few things to look forward to.  Chief among them was the fact that our very own Chiefs were going to try to take their momentum from last week’s team-historic comeback and battle for first place against division opponent San Diego Chargers.

No less than 10 minutes in to the game any excitement I had, that had at this point only dwindled to a morbid curiosity, was completely gone.  Nearly as quickly as the game started, it was over.  Before the fans could even get excited the Chiefs had turned the ball over twice, had multiple undisciplined penalties, and found themselves down 17-0.  A lead that’s tough for any team to come back from, but darn near insurmountable for this team.

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01 Oct 2012 by Ryan Luis

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Williamson: Moving on: Kansas City Chiefs

Here are some areas the Kansas City Chiefs need to focus on after a 37-20 home loss to San Diego on Sunday:

Recap: The Chiefs had a chance to tie San Diego for first place in the division, but they were dominated at home and are now 1-3. The Chiefs could not build on momentum from last week’s overtime win at New Orleans. The Chiefs have looked just awful in their three losses.
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01 Oct 2012 by Ryan Luis

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