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FOXSports.com: Jill Arrington, Curtis Conway and Ryan Nece recap Steelers-Giants.

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Tags: Giants-Steelers, New York Giants News, NFL Matchups
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The Giants (3-2) travel to San Francisco to play the 4-1 49ers. The Niners are favored by 6 1/2 points. The over/under is 46.

The last time these two met, the Giants took advantage of the Niners' special teams failures and advanced to the Super Bowl on a FG in OT. They also played in early November, with the Niners stopping the Giants int he red zone in final seconds, 27-20.

Before we get into the numbers, let's review a few things that we know. The Giants need to be at critical mass to play their best football. They also play better on the road. They really play their best when no one gives them a chance.

Tags: Giants-49ers, New York Giants, NFL Gambling, NFL Matchups, Editorial Aside, San Francisco 49ers
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Yes, we are back and ready to stake our ante for the 2012 NFL season. We never play Week One, opting to sit on the sidelines and check the league's temperature before plucking down any capital.

We loved Green Bay (-5 1/2) last night, because everyone fell in love with the Bears after they dominated the sorry Colts in Week One. We knew the Bears' OL still stinks and they proved it once again by leaving Jay Cutler to fend for himself. ?We won't count this as a win, so we will still owe you three for this week.

Some quick advice.....

Tags: football, NFL Gambling, NFL Matchups, NFL Odds, NFL Schedule, Editorial Aside
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Week 1 NFL Preview from our friends at?SBRForum.com

Interested to know what may be the best NFL picks for Week 1 of the season? Look no further as we rummage through the schedule and see where we might find the best available value.

It all starts on September 5th, on a Wednesday no less.

Tags: 2012 NFL Schedule, 2012 NFL Season, Dallas Cowboys, New York City, New York Giants, New York Giants News, NFL, NFL Matchups, NFL Week 1, Sports, undefined
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Tonight the New Jersey Devils take on the San Jose Sharks at the Prudential Center. Now these two don't usually see each other more than once or twice a year. In the two games last season, both teams won one game . However, both teams have made major changes since last season. The Sharks became a more defensive team with the acquisitions of Brent Burns, Jim Vandermeer and former Devil Colin White. The Devils became a younger team with the loss of Brian Rolston and Colin White.

I expect this game to be a very close game if the Devils can avoid the penalty box. The Sharks are a very good powerplay team. They thrive off of it. The Sharks can score from any where on the power play. One off the things they knew they needed to improve was the point on the powerplay hence the reason why Brent Burns is a Shark. Last season the only defensive threat on the powerplay was Dan Boyle. That is no more. Burns is going to be logging a lot of time on the powerplay.

Tags: New Jersey Devils, NHL, San Jose Sharks, SNY, Upcoming Matchup, upcoming matchups
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Tomorrow?s game can?t come soon enough.? As we gear up to watch the Jets take on the Cowboys during a marquee time slot, here are some of the matchups that I (and a couple of other bloggers) will be paying attention to.

Cowboys NT Jay Ratliff vs. Jets C Nick Mangold

This is a battle that?s made the lists of both ESPN?s Byran Boaddus and Ben Stockwell of ProFootballFocus, and for good reason. Nick Mangold, a Pro-Bowler, will be one of the keys in protecting Sanchez, which will be essential to establishing the Jets? passing game. According to Stockwell:

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