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Sell your Super Bowl tickets Bills fans; EJ Manuel injured…


EJ Manuel Injury Knee Surgery Out Preseason Kevin Kolb Sell your Super Bowl tickets Bills fans; EJ Manuel injured...

Buffalo Bills quarterback EJ Manuel will miss the remainder of the preseason after an MRI revealed swelling in his left knee, the team announced Saturday.

Manuel will undergo a “minor knee procedure,” the Bills said.

“He will miss the remainder of the preseason and then be re-evaluated at that time,” coach Doug Marrone said in a statement.

Veteran Kevin Kolb will start Buffalo’s third preseason game next Saturday against theWashington Redskins.

Manuel played the entire third quarter of Friday’s win over the Minnesota Vikings, completing 10-of-12 passes for 92 yards and a touchdown. The team did not announce any injury to Manuel during the game.

Through two games this preseason, Manuel completed 26 of 33 passes for 199 yards and two touchdowns, and ran four times for 29 yards.

Kolb was 13 of 21 for 111 yards and an interception on Sunday. Washington State rookie Jeff Tuel is the third-string quarterback.

Kolb signed with the Bills in the offseason after starting 21 of 32 career games played in a six-year career with Philadelphia and Arizona. He’s thrown for 28 touchdowns and 25 interceptions while being sacked 77 times in a career that started as a second-round draft pick of the Eagles in 2007.

Marrone also announced that wide receiver Kevin Elliott ”has a torn ACL and will miss the remainder of the season.”


Plaxico Burress potentially done for season already with torn rotator cuff…


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Plaxico Burress has suffered a setback that could mean the end of his roller-coaster NFL career.

NFL.com’s Albert Breer reported the Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver suffered a torn rotator cuff in practice Thursday, according to a source close to the player. It’s likely a season-ending injury.

Burress reportedly was injured while attempting to make a catch over defensive backs Da’Mon Cromartie-Smith and Ryan Steed.

Burress came down awkwardly on his shoulder, according to Burress walked off the field, then was carted to the locker room. Burress later was seen with his right arm in a sling.

Burress had been in the mix to be the Steelers’ fourth or fifth receiver. He never was the same player after he spent close to two years in prison on a weapons conviction, but he remained a capable red-zone threat.

Burress turns 36 next week, so it’s hard to imagine another NFL comeback is in the cards. You can describe Burress’ career in good ways and bad, but it definitely was memorable.


2013 NFL Season: Top 3 Super Bowl Favorites and Underdogs


Anything can happen this coming season, each of the 32 franchises in the National Football League are equally capable to create a momentum and pave their way to the post season and eventually play for the championship title.  Unfortunately, that isn’t entirely true.

Based on the future odds to win Super Bowl XLVIII, previous stats, new player acquisitions, betting predictions and fan expectations, not every team is equal, which leads us to the next question…What teams own the best and worst chances to win Super Bowl XLVIII in New Jersey?

Let’s find out, starting with the top 3 teams with the best odds and then the top 3 underdogs according to the latest NFL odds provided by Sportsbettingonline.ag.

Top 3 Favorites to Win Super Bowl XLVIII:

No. 1: Denver Broncos: +400 (4-to-1)
Five weeks before the 2013 season officially kicks off, the Denver Broncos command the list of favorite teams with 4-to-1 odds to win Super Bowl XLVIII in New Jersey. After a surprising 13-3 record achieved last season, including an eleven-game winning streak, the Broncos are expected to avenge the double overtime loss to the Baltimore Ravens suffered during the Divisional Round, and claim their first Super Bowl since the John Elway era.

No. 2: San Francisco 49ers: +500 (5-to-1)

After falling short against the Baltimore Ravens in Super Bowl XLVII, the defending NFC Champions are in great position to win Super Bowl XLVIII on Feb. 2, 2014. In fact, the Niners recently surpassed the New England Patriots in the list of top favorite teams, moving from 7-1 to 5-1 to take it all in February.

No. 3: New England Patriots: +600 (6-to-1)

Over the past few weeks, pro football bettors and team supporters were wondering just what sort of impact the Aaron Hernandez situation would have on the New England Patriots odds for the coming season. Usually, the the loss of a single skill player doesn’t affect the team odds, but in this particular case, it did. While other factors were also at play, oddsmakers adjusted New England’s odds to win the 2013 title just hours after Hernandez was released by the team and charged with murder, which marks the first time since 2003 that the Pats are not a top-two favorite to win the Super Bowl.

Top 3 Underdogs:

No. 1: Oakland Raiders: +15000 (150-to-1)

Oakland had a horrible performance last season, going 4-12 and failing to improve the 8-8 record achieved the past season.  The record secured their tenth consecutive non-winning season and the tenth consecutive elimination from postseason contention. In addition, the team didn’t draft or signed any players that could help the team to bounce back and make an immediate impact this season.  For oddmakers and betting standards, that’s far from being a good signal. Expect Oakland’s odds to improve during the coming weeks, but for now, the +15000 put the Raiders (and Jaguars) as the biggest underdog entering this season.

No. 2: Jacksonville Jaguars: +15000 (150-to-1)

It seems that a new General Manager, head coach, offensive coordinator, and uniforms are not enough to improve Jacksonville’s odds to win the coming Super Bowl. The Jaguars, who ended last season with a 2-14 record, including a  1–7 record at home (the lowest in team history), are listed at 150-1 to win the Super Bowl, which is tied for last with Oakland for the worst Odds in the NFL.
No.3:  Buffalo Bills: +10000 (100-to-1)

We are all expecting another dismal campaign from the Bills. Buffalo is considered a long shot to win the Lombardi Trophy, listed at 10-to-1 to win their first league championship title since the AFL–NFL merger took effect in 1970.


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Adrian Peterson is aiming for 2,500 yards next season!


 ap2 Adrian Peterson is aiming for 2,500 yards next season!

Per ESPN:

Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson is an ambitious guy. He has been known to throw out some lofty goals throughout the years.

The latest example of this ambition came earlier this year when, shortly after coming up just nine yards short of Eric Dickerson’s single-season rushing record of 2,106, Peterson told NFL Network, “I want to make it to the 2,500 club.”

He added, “It’s definitely out there. I feel like it’s definitely attainable. … Enjoy this last year because the record’s going down, with ease.”

Who knows how firmly Peterson’s tongue may have been pressed against his cheek when he made this bold proclamation, but either way, let’s face it — there’s almost zero chance he sniffs 2,500 yards. Nobody in NFL history has even challenged 2,200 yards let alone 2,500.

But what if I told you there’s a reasonable chance Peterson won’t even reach 1,500 yards?

Say, what?

Let me explain.

Six other running backs have rushed for 2,000 yards in a season – O.J. Simpson (1973), Eric Dickerson (1984), Barry Sanders (1997), Terrell Davis (1998), Jamal Lewis (2003) and Chris Johnson (2009).

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The best encore performance was the 1,491 yards Sanders rushed for in 1998 after putting up 2,053 the year before. That’s a 562-yard drop-off — and that was the best follow-up.

O.J. Simpson (age 27) - went from 2,003 yards to 1,125

Eric Dickerson (age 25) - from 2,105 to 1,234

Barry Sanders (age 30) - from 2,053 to 1,491

Terrell Davis (age 27) - from 2,008 to 211

Jamal Lewis (age 25) - from 2,066 to 1,006

Chris Johnson (age 25) - from 2,006 to 1,364

Davis ran into chronic injury issues. Sanders may have run into Father Time, although 1,491 yards is still a big output. Dickerson bounced back two years after his 2,100-yard season to rush for 1,821. Simpson ran for 1,817 two years later.

But the average encore to these six 2,000-yard seasons was 1,071.

Peterson could certainly be the exception. At 28, he appears to still have at least another year or two of elite play remaining.

If he rushes for even 1,500 yards, he’ll have accomplished something no 2,000-yard rusher has before.


Michael Vick adds four pounds of pure muscle during offseason!


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Michael Vick has never been known for his durability.

The Philadelphia Eagles quarterback has played a full 16-game season just once in 10 tries. Knowing he must present himself as a more dependable option now that he’s fighting for a starting job, Vick hit the gym hard in the offseason.

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“I’ve been doing a lot of curls, a lot of bench press this offseason,” Vick explained Tuesday from Eagles training camp. “Just trying to put my body in the best position possible to withstand the hits. Everybody says I’m injury prone, so I’m trying to fight that.

“But it’s cool, man. That’s why we compete. That’s why we workout. That’s why we train hard … to come out and do the things we know how to do, and that’s play good football. But you have to stay on the field to do so. So that’s why I’ve been working out.”

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Vick then pulled the ol’ Barry Horowitz pat-self-on-the-back move in describing the muscle mass he’s added.

“Four pounds, four pounds of pure muscle,” he said, “So, it’s a credit to myself.”

Adding bulk to his frame shouldn’t hurt, but Vick’s best move is to play smarter and avoid the types of hits that have knocked him out of action in the past. If he wins the job only to be forcibly sidelined again, it will be difficult to get himself back in the lineup.


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