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Fading Kevin Wheeler Part V: No Way the Rams Should Win in London, Which Means They Will

By Anthony Stalter | October 22, 2016 | 1 Comment
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If I keep losing, we’ll have to change the name of this column to, “The picks that Kevin Wheeler is making that you should bet on.” I’m now 10-13-1 and I have put myself in quite the hole. Don’t worry though, as Jeff Fisher always says following a loss: “We’ll get this fixed.” Then he …

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Fading Kevin Wheeler Part IV – Stalter’s Football Picks: ‘Enough of This Crap’

By Anthony Stalter | October 14, 2016 | 0 Comments

The “Fading Kevin Wheeler” series took a bad turn last week. After back-to-back weeks where Kevin and I went .500 against each other, he got the upper hand last Saturday when Tennessee and Texas A&M pushed. All told, that gave him three correct picks to my two, shaming me in the process. Enough of this …

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Fading Kevin Wheeler Part III: Stalter’s Football Picks

By Anthony Stalter | October 8, 2016 | 0 Comments
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After two weeks, the “Fading Kevin Wheeler” series is stuck at .500 following another week in which I pushed fading Wheeler. My picks got off to a great start when Washington crushed Stanford on Friday night but Michigan missed multiple field goals to blow a cover versus Wisconsin, and Tennessee’s decision not to kick the …

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Fading Kevin Wheeler Part II: Stalter’s College and Pro Football Picks

By Anthony Stalter | September 30, 2016 | 0 Comments

The “Fading Kevin Wheeler” series is off to a…well, an even start. Two of the underdogs I picked won outright (Bills and Auburn) and Baylor scored just enough to cover versus Oklahoma State. But Georgia got smoked (Wheels was right on to doubt the Bulldogs after their come-from-behind victory versus Mizzou the week prior) and …

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Fading Kevin Wheeler Part I: Stalter’s College and Pro Football Picks

By Anthony Stalter | September 24, 2016 | 0 Comments
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Over the past couple of weeks, Kevin Wheeler and I have developed a healthy rivalry on air. Coined “Quarter Bets,” by him and I during our crossovers on 101 ESPN, Wheeler and I have picked against each other in three separate games this football season: Panthers vs. Broncos (I won when Denver won outright as …

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10 Observations From Week 1 in the NFL

By Anthony Stalter | September 13, 2016 | 0 Comments
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The 2016 NFL season is officially in full swing. Let’s look at 10 observations from a fun (for some) first week of action. People got hung up on the wrong thing when it came to Wentz… Leading up to the 2016 NFL Draft, fans and some media focused on how Carson Wentz played at North …

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11 Players, Coaches, and Dates That Will Decide the 2016 NCAA Football Season

By Anthony Stalter | August 30, 2016 | 0 Comments
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The 2016 college football season had a soft opening Friday night in Sydney, Australia when Cal routed Hawaii, 51-31. The game was mostly a blowout from the second quarter on, but a Paul Harris 15-yard touchdown run with 3:40 left in the game allowed the Rainbow Warriors to cover the spread as a 20.5-point underdog. …

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10 Questions to Ponder Ahead of the 2016 NCAA Football Season

By Anthony Stalter | August 23, 2016 | 0 Comments
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The 2016 college football season is rapidly approaching, so let’s look at 10 questions to ponder before the action kicks off next week. 1. Can Bama repeat after being forced to start a new quarterback? Some have questioned whether Nick Saban and company can make another run despite starting over again at quarterback. Like that’s stopped …

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Cards May Be Forced To Use Reyes In Higher Leverage Situations

By Anthony Stalter | August 16, 2016 | 0 Comments
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Can Alex Reyes handle a late-inning role out of the bullpen over the final two months of the season? The better question is whether the Cardinals can afford to not find out. Kevin Siegrist shifted to the primary setup role when Trevor Rosenthal lost his job as closer in mid-July. Now Siegrist is reportedly dealing with dead …

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Carpenter Keeps Ninth-Inning Rally Alive, Bryan Price Deserves a Thank You Card

By Anthony Stalter | August 9, 2016 | 0 Comments
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The Cardinals were down to their final out, trailing 4-0 in the bottom of the ninth, and Reds manager Bryan Price employed a no-doubles defense. Why? Well what Price was thinking was… Okay, so I have no idea what he was thinking. The Reds were up by four so even if Matt Carpenter smoked one …

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