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Odds on Who Will Win Next Season’s Super Bowl

April 2, 2014 | by RotoRob | Comments (0)
Darrelle Revis has signed with the New England Patriots.
The Pats improved their Super Bowl odds with the addition of Darrelle Revis. (Al Messerschmidt)

The Seahawks didn’t get long to enjoy their Super Bowl triumph before everyone started debating who would win next year.

Now the early odds have been put out by bookmakers and there is at least some consolation for Seattle in that it has been installed as favourites to win it again. Some of the online bookies are offering just 6/1 on Seattle, and this no doubt means lots of American football betting fans will be rushing to place their Seahawks bets, but they are far from the only side in the running, if the odds are to be believed.

Another team up there in the preseason odds is the New England Patriots, a team that seems to have always been near the big prize since the start of the new millennium. You can currently get odds of just 10/1 on them to go all the way next season and, as playoff regulars and AFC East champs last season, it is far from an unrealistic bet.

The Pats have already started to prepare for the new season by signing free agent Darrelle Revis, but they have not won the biggest prize of all in a decade. Of course it is really far too early to be gambling on the winner of the Super Bowl right now, and the smart strategy would be to watch. Or play the Fruit Bowl XXV mobile casino slot at Gamingclub.com/nz in the meantime. It will pass the time until the season kicks off. As the name suggests this slot offers a funny blend of the traditional fruit machine and the modern online sports-based slot.

You get graphics of a stadium full of cheering fans and raring to go players, and it takes a while to clue in to the fact that they are all fruit! Yes, the cheerleaders are blueberries and the players are pineapples (amongst other things). It’s a neat twist, and the fun of the visuals is matched all the way by the quality elsewhere, from a 7,500-coin jackpot to the featured bonuses like Win-Win, which guarantees to pump up your payout.

All this makes Fruit Bowl XXV one of the best and most underrated NFL slot games you can choose to play.

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San Diego Padres Fantasy Report: Carlos Quentin Hurt Again

April 1, 2014 | by RotoRob | Comments Comments Off
Beyond Quentin, the Padres have more than their share of injuries to start the season, which makes those dark horse predictions a bit tough to swallow. There’s no doubt that even with their modest US$89 million payroll, the Padres have a chance to flirt with .500 or perhaps even surprise with 85 or so wins this season, but should they fall into a hole early, it’s going to be too difficult to sneak up on anyone.
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2014 RotoRob MLB Draft Kit: Top 65 Prospects, Part I

March 31, 2014 | by RotoRob | Comments (1)
All told, Edwards racked up a whopping 155 strikeouts in 116 1/3 IP. Part of a suddenly exciting cadre of young Cubs’ talent getting ready to descend upon the majors, he needs to add weight if he’s going to have the durability to last as a starter, but we still like him a bit more than some prospect experts. We love that Edwards has a nice groundball rate, as that will stead him well as he moves up the ladder and is unable to blow the ball by more advanced hitters as often. Obviously, he can’t be fully judged until he fills out, but we will learn a lot more about this kid this year when he tackles Double-A. Still, so far he looks like a serious steal considering the Rangers nabbed the righty in the 48th round in 2011.
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The Wire Troll: Carl Soderberg is a Rising Star

March 30, 2014 | by RotoRob | Comments (0)
As if the Bruins didn’t have enough talent, rookie Soderberg is coming into his own with a point per game over the last five, including two goals and two assists in his last two heading into Sunday. The Swede is not a kid, but with 15 goals and 30 assists through 66 games, he’s making a very nice adjustment in his first full NHL season. Note that three of Soderberg’s last five points have come on the power play as he’s been seeing more time with the man advantage.
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2014 RotoRob MLB Draft Kit: Outfield Rankings

March 28, 2014 | by RotoRob | Comments (3)
If not for injuries, CarGo looked to be on pace for year similar to 2010 when he finished third in the NL MVP race. Injuries have always seemed to plague Gonzalez since being traded to the Rockies in 2008. During his tenure with Colorado, he has only managed to play in over 140 games once (2010) which isn’t very good when you consider you’ll likely have to use a first or second round pick on him. Gonzalez possesses all the talent in the world. He has the ability to hit for a high average, hit for power, steal a fair amount of bases, and drive in a ton of runs. Gonzalez is entering the prime of his career. He’s a 30-30 candidate… if he’s able to stay healthy.
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