Damn, just in the nick of time! For a while, it looked like the 2011-2012 NFL season was going bust. Unlike the politicians running Washington fighting over the debt crisis, however, players and owners were finally able to hash out an agreement. Mr. Peebles and all his betting buddies offered up a collective sigh of relief this week, knowing that at least one
of America’s most important institutions is still intact. No comment on the stock portfolio at the moment.
What Does Mister Peebles Have In Store For This Season?
- Expect the usual draconian criticism of any player he DOES NOT like. Mike Vick, you’re still a prick, and Mr. Peebles’ chihuahua Jose is definitely NOT a fan.
- Free Picks galore: you don’t have to pay to play here, just check this blog out every week to get the latest hard hitting, action packed analysis of NFL football.
- Yes, Mr. Peebles bets his picks, so if he makes a bad call he loses out just like you do. Just how much does Mr. Peebles wager per game? Stay tuned, that’s on a need to know basis, and right now, the only thing you need to know is when all the teams return to training camp after a 4.5 month shore leave.
- Super Bowl Futures and predictions. Football isn’t over until the proverbial food-management-challenged fat lady sings at the end of the Super Bowl. That means there’s plenty of bets and speculation to be made about the eventual contenders and winner.
Top sportsbooks for this season (All welcoming USA players):
- 5Dimes.com – One of the finest sportsbooks in existence bar none, welcoming USA players for the 2011-2012 NFL football season.
- SportBet.com – Another solid operation, SportBet.com has class, a professional manner, and first rate customer service. Lots of easy deposit options, too.
- BetOnline.com – One of the few sportsbooks with any backbone left in the industry, BetOnline.com is fully committed to the USA market and is the best place to bet for the 2011-2012 NFL season.
Mr. Peebles will comment intermittently up until the September kick off of the forthcoming NFL season. Check back for picks, futures, best places to bet, and plenty of surly, uninformed commentary!
Good Luck from Mr. Peebles!