Archive | January, 2016

Tennis: Mens Australian Open Final Predictions, Preview & Betting Picks

Andy MurrayNovak Djokovic ended 2015 as the top player in men’s tennis once again and this year he is off to the same start as he prepares to take on Andy Murray (pictured) in the Australian Open Final (3.30am ET, Sunday).

The 28-year-old Djokovic, undisputed world No. 1 and best player in men’s tennis, has been on top of the world for more …

NFC Championship Game Preview: Arizona Cardinals at Carolina Panthers Predictions & Betting Picks

Cam NewtonThe Carolina Panthers, with the NFL’s best regular season record, host the Arizona Cardinals, the improbable champions of the NFC West and the team with the NFL’s second best record (6.40pm ET, Sunday on CBS).

This NFC Championship game match-up is one that nobody would have predicted at the start of the season.  Prior to that point, five NFC teams including more …

NFC Divisional Round: Seattle Seahawks at Carolina Panthers Picks, Preview, Predictions

Russell WilsonFor the second straight season, the Carolina Panthers and Seattle Seahawks will meet in the divisional round of the NFL playoffs (1.05pm ET Sunday on FOX).

This time however, it will be Charlotte’s Bank of America Stadium and not Seattle’s CenturyLink Field that plays host to the clash, a fact that could make the difference. So here is our Seattle Seahawks vs Carolina Panthers preview and more …

NFC Divisional Playoffs: Green Bay Packers at Arizona Cardinals Preview, Picks, Predictions

Carson PalmerWeek 16’s blowout in favor of the Arizona Cardinals (38-8) against the Green Bay Packers is old news now and can firmly be put in the rearview mirror when these two teams meet again in the divisional round of the NFL playoffs (8.15pm ET Saturday live on NBC).

Both the Cardinals, who are rested from a bye, and the Packers, who are coming off of a dominant win against more …

NFC Wildcard: Green Bay Packers at Washington Redskins Predictions, Preview, Picks

Kirk CousinsThe first round of the NFL playoffs features four games, the last of which being the showdown between the Green Bay Packers and the Washington Redskins to take place at Washington’s FedEx Field in Landover, MD (4.40pm ET, Sunday live on FOX).

Despite finishing the year 9-7, a record shared with the Houston Texans as the worst in the playoffs, the Redskins finished the more …