NFL 2017 Super Bowl Recap

SIN Super Bowl Money BurningThere’s a very simple reason why the New England Patriots lost the Super Bowl to the Philadelphia Eagles this year and I’m surprised that no one really seemed to see it coming. Just like young celebrities in the spotlight who get their egos inflated by all of the media attention and praise, Brady and Belichick believed their hype and thought that they were unbeatable in this game. I guzzled that Kool Aid as well and was convinced that they would simply find a way to win… and boy was I wrong.

The evidence that Belichick’s already massive ego was pumped up to its bursting point was revealed with the benching of Malcolm Butler, who “wasn’t the right match up”, or whatever bullshite Coach Hoodie spewed out after the game. I think we can all agree that there isn’t another coach in the world who would have benched someone who played 97% of the time during the regular season…and won you a goddam Super Bowl by himself 3 short years ago. (Ok, Seattle pretty much threw the game away, but whatever.) Belichick was obviously drunk from chugging back too much of his own Kool Aid and outsmarted himself with this stupid decision. Che polpetta!

Between the Butler benching, the play calling from the sidelines, and the overall effort put in by many of their players, it’s clear that this was a team who thought that they were destined to win no matter what happened. It was the perfect storm when they ran into an Eagles team that “no one believed in” and who were home underdogs in all of their previous playoff games. It’s absolutely crazy that even after all of this sports karma the Pats still almost put themselves in a position to tie the game on the last play, (and would have done so if Danny Amendola had properly kept his eyes on the football as it was coming down in the endzone – seriously, go re-watch that play. He could have snagged it.).

Belichick Kool Aid ManThe B&B Connection have heard the mainstream sports media blather on for close to a decade about how each of them is the best ever at their respective jobs, and this year they apparently started to believe them. “Brady is the best quarterback ever, without question”. “Belichick is the greatest coach to ever grace God’s green earth.” Well if you’re already the best ever, why in the hell would you have to go and win another Super Bowl? To be clear, I don’t think for one second that either of them ever thought this consciously, it was their subconscious that ultimately betrayed them into believing that they were ordained by the universe to win at will.

Another reason that Brady & Belichick lost is because they fell victim to something that happens to every person in every job everywhere around the world – they just weren’t hungry anymore. This was displayed metaphorically as Brady dropped the ball that was thrown to him on a trick play, while Nick Foles brought in his gadget ball with poise and appetite.

It happens to everybody. You lose your drive and focus, and in the back of your mind you know you’ve already done enough with your talents. You just don’t care nearly as much about succeeding as you once did. You’ve proved yourself time and time again.

Somehow I unfortunately know a lot of New England Patriots fans, all of whom have grown very smug during this dynasty, (yes it is a legitimate dynasty) – and how did these Pats fans react when they were getting torched after the game on social media? Smugly, of course! They truly didn’t seem to care that they had just lost the Super Bowl. Why? Because they just won 5 of the last 15 Super Bowls!! They’re good. Full to the brim with championships. Probably wouldn’t have known what to do with another one. Wouldn’t have bothered to book time off for the parade. Thanks anyway.

Sadly, we at the Sports Information Network ended our season kind of like the Patriots did – we had won and won and won, and it seemed like it would magically continue forever. Could we have done some things differently with the algorithm? Probably not – it’s based on science. Prediction models are grounded in statistics and probability and are therefore never a “sure thing”. Also, it was impossible for an Excel sheet to know that neither team would play defense throughout the game.

Thank goodness we had a fantastic winning percentage going into the Super Bowl that could absorb a rancid day of gambling plays, which ensured that we stayed above the target number of 55% for the NFL 2017 season. When you buy professional NFL gambling picks online you want to know that you’re getting them from a successful organization, and SIN has proven that we’re winners throughout the course of the year. The system works.

That all said, here’s how we finished the season weaker than the Vikings’ defense in the NFC Championship game. Haters fill your cups…

 

Super Bowl Results:

Game Lines: 1-2

Patriots -4 L

Patriots ML (Add at -190 or better) L

Total: Over 48.5 W

 

Props: 33 – 49

 

Add: National Anthem u120/121/122/123 Seconds W

Add: 1st TD: Brandin Cooks 10/1 L

Add: 1st Score: Eagles FG +350 and up W

Add: Anytime TD: LaGarette Blount +200 and up W

Nick Foles (PHI) Passing Yards u248.5 -115 L

Corey Clement (PHI) Receiving Yards u13.5 -115 L

Chris Hogan (NE) Receiving Yards +5.5 -115 v Agholor W

Zach Ertz (PHI) Receiving Yards -6.5 -115 v Amendola L

Alshon Jeffery (PHI) Receptions o4 +105 L

Tom Brady (NE) Pass Attempts u40.5 +105 L

Tom Brady (NE) Completions u27 +110 L

Eagles Team Total u21.5 +100 L

1st Quarter to end in a tie +300 L

1st Score in the game: Eagles FG +400 W

Total 1st Downs made by New England u23.5 +100 L

Giselle Bundchen Shown on TV u1.5 +175 L

Tom Brady (NE) Total Pass Attempts u39.5 +115 L

Tom Brady (NE) Completions u27 +105 L

Tom Brady (NE) Rushing Yards u2.5 -115 L

Alshon Jeffery (PHI) Receiving Yards -4.5 +100 v Amendola L

 

Team Props:

Longest Field Goal: o47.5 -110 L

Nick Foles (PHI) TD Passes o1.5 +110 W

LaGarette Blount (PHI) Rush Attempts o6.5 -145 W

Dion Lewis (NE) Rush Attempts o12.5 -130 L

Alshon Jeffery (PHI) Receptions o3.5 -140 L

Nelson Agholor (PHI) Receiving Yards u44.5 -110 L

Danny Amendola (NE) Receiving Yards u52.5 -110 L

Chris Hogan (NE) Receptions o2.5 -140 W

Rex Burkhead (NE) Rushing Yards o13.5 +100 W

Tom Brady (NE) Rushing Yards u2.5 -115 L

Tom Brady (NE) TD Passes u2 +135 L

James White (NE) Receiving Yards u27.5 -115 W

Rex Burkhead (NE) Rushing Yards o14.5 -115 W

Nick Foles (PHI) Passing Yards u250.5 -115 L

Nick Foles (PHI) TD Passes o1.5 +130 W

Corey Clement (PHI) Rushing Yards o10 -115 L

Corey Clement (PHI) Receiving Yards u13.5 -115 L

Jay Ajayi (PHI) Receiving Yards u19.5 +100 W

Mychal Kendricks (PHI) Tackles and Assist u4.5 -115 W

Nigel Bradham (PHI) Tackles and Assists u5.5 +100 L

Alshon Jeffery (PHI) Receptions o3.5 -130 L

Rex Burkhead (NE) Rushing Yards -115 vs Clement W

Dion Lewis (NE) Rushing Yards +10 -115 v Ajayi L

Corey Clement (PHI) Rushing Yards +1 -115 v White L

Dion Lewis (NE) Rushing+Receiving Yards -0.5 -115 v Ajayi L

Patrick Chung (NE) Tackles and Assists -0.5 -115 v Kendricks W

Zach Ertz (PHI) Receiving Yards -6.5 -115 v Amendola L

(SB 52 Entertainment) Justin Timberlake: Sings a Prince Song -120 W

Torrey Smith (PHI) Receiving Yards u32.5 -125 L

Nelson Agholor (PHI) Receiving Yards u43.5 -110 L

Corey Clement (PHI) Receiving Yards u11.5 +113 L

Danny Amendola (NE) Receiving Yards u51.5 -125 L

Alshon Jeffery (PHI) Receptions o3.5 -140 L

Rex Burkhead (NE) Rushing Yards o13.5 -110 W

Corey Clement (PHI) Most Rushing Yards +115 v White L

Fletcher Cox (PHI) Tackles and Assists u3 -105 W

Broadcaster Props: Will Al or Cris say “Pro Football Focus” No +150 W

Broadcaster Props: Will Al or Cris say “Rocky” Yes +180 L

Special Props: Trump to attend the game Yes +425 L

Special Props: Will Tom Brady wear a bandage on his right hand: No: +100 W

Special Props:  Color of Liquid Thrown on Winning Coach: Orange +750 (Half Unit) No Liquid Thrown 15/1 (Half Unit) L

Kyle Van Noy (NE) Tackles and Assists o5.5 -110 L

Malcolm Bulter (NE) Tackles and Assists o3.5 -125 L

Mychal Kendricks (PHI) Tackles and Assists u4.5 +100 W

Tom Brady (NE) Completions u26.5 +100 L

Nelson Agholor (PHI) Receiving Yards u41.5 -109 L

Torrey Smith (PHI) Receiving Yards u31.5 -123 L

Alshon Jeffery (PHI) Receptions o4 -103 L

Select: Brady + Foles: Passing TD’s: Tom Brady -156 P

Pink to say ‘Eagles’ before during or after the anthem: No -150 W

How many clips from SB 39 will be shown during the broadcast? U2.5 -140 W

How many times will the outside temperature be mentioned? U1 +105 W

How many times will Giselle Bundchen be shown on TV? U1.5 -120 L

How many times will the Rocky statue be shown? U1 -120 W

Will Justin Timberlake cover a Prince song? Yes +175 W

Giselle Bundchen be shown on TV? u1.5 -110 L

Robert Kraft to be shown on TV? U2.5 -105 L

 

Final NFL Record for 2017:

Game Lines: 84-61-7 (57.93%)

Props: 741-553-8 (57.26%)

 

So this was obviously a terrible way to end the season but anyone who was with us from the beginning of the year has made great money using our patented NFL betting system. We’ve always been clear that this system works over time and to ensure the best results you should put money down on every one of our plays – that’s how you take full advantage of the picks. But you have to admit it’s kind of funny that we saved our worst week for the very end of the year – not “ha ha funny” more like “drink bleach funny”. We’re pissed.

And to continue the SIN tradition of 100% transparency we’re going to tell you now that there is a very good chance that we won’t be selling NFL picks again next season. AnonymousGamblr is a gambler first and a tout second, and this season took a lot out of him thanks to the endless Tweets, Tweefs, messages, and general chaos of opening up and maintaining a professional gambling service (that actually wins money). You can rest assured that I will be spending most of the summer on his rocket boat trying to convince him to come back for another year…remember – I get paid in picks so it was nice to actually make money this year gambling instead of donating it to the online sportsbooks like I usually do.

We will of course be continuing our paid NBA gambling picks service until the end of the season, and I know for a fact that Dick Knotts has been putting pressure on AG and Jacques Tannenbaum to team up for a NCAA March Madness tout, so we’ll see where things are at in a few weeks. Our NBA props plays currently have a winning percentage of 59.7% so there’s still plenty of money to be made before summer by gambling on professional basketball. Those of you with $25 burning a hole in your pocket and a desire to keep the degeneracy going throughout the winter should click below to get added to the distribution list and try it out.

Anyway, I hope you guys enjoyed these NFL recaps and that we can do it all over again next season.

Thanks for reading.

—–C-HAMM—–


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