In War, resolution. In defeat, defiance. In Victory, magnanimity.
We absolutely love the Giants at home this week against the Cowpokes, and here's why: What we've gotten away from and forgotten is the lesson we have employed to such financial success in seasons past- that teams are rarely as good as they seem or as bad as they appear. Teams tend toward mediocrity. Thus, rather than jumping on bandwagons when teams win one or jumping off a bandwagon when they lose, we should do the opposite. The Cowpokes won last week and the Giants were woeful on Thanksgiving Day at Denver (who looked so good beating the Giants, but we had hopped off their bandwagon when they were spanked by the Steelers a few weeks ago. See how this works? ) Thus the stage is set for the Giants to rebound and the Cowpokes to start their annual December swoon.
The Giants are getting two points at home and that's more than enough. Indeed, eschew the points and take the money line- which is Giants +110, meaning you get 110 for every 100 bet. Giants 1000 Mannings to win 1100.
Rick Freedman- Da Bears, Peter Sauter- the Chargers; Dan Tibbitt- Bears.
Battery with a Burger! The story is here. Something tells me the police are the least of this guy's problems. He may just be safer in jail until the french fries cool off.