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Calculate the Odds in Football

1) Study the statistics. Gather as much information as possible. Take into account any changes to the squad, any weather conditions and all the facts that can influence an outcome. There are many sites and forums where gamblers discuss their thoughts. You don’t really need to believe all that is there, but sometimes good ideas can be extracted and successfully applied.

2) Check the mathematical calculations that you can make as a professional and independent bettor. They seem very intricate at first and do require some math skills. But once you get the grip of it you will thank yourself for the effort!

3) While you figure out how to make the calculations, you can still use a more simple way of getting the odds. Use punters’ tips on official support sites. There are people who actually sit there and check all the statistics, place bets and share their activity details. It is done in order to make the process clearer for the bettors. If you are registered on any bookies’ sites already and have ever tried to place bets, you are probably aware that their odds shift. That depends on what other bettors have wagered.

About Running Backs And The Four Minute Drill

When I was a kid, fullbacks and running backs were staple positions on any football team. Now fullbacks are almost extinct dinosaurs and running backs are being diminished because of more teams’ reliance on the intricacies of the passing game. I think that depreciation of the running back has occurred for three reasons. Firstly, the offensive run blocking is not at the level it was in the past. Offensive lineman are not able to open holes or are just routinely missing their blocking assignments. Secondly, most running backs are being picked on the basis of straight line, 40 yard dash, speed. The coaches are forgetting that a back has to be strong and shifty enough to get to where that straight line speed can be utilized. Most of the straight line speed backs are stopped in the backfield if there is no hole opened up for them or they run east and west for 20 yards with maybe a one or two yard gain to show for their effort. Lastly, the preponderance of ankle biting or ankle tackling has limited backs to very short yardage. About 75% of the short yardage, gains of 2 yards or less, seem