Adam Greene

Adam Greene is a writer and photographer based out of East Tennessee. His work has appeared in USA Today, the Associated Press, the Chicago Cubs Vineline Magazine, AskMen.com and many other publications.

AAF Betting: Salt Lake at Birmingham: Odds, Preview and Pick

We’ve hit Week 2 of the Alliance of American Football and the opening weekend couldn’t have gone better, at least from an entertainment standpoint. Most importantly, people watched the games and were talking about the AAF on Twitter and Facebook. The league has to be hoping for that to continue in the second week of action Saturday night as the …

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AAF: Atlanta at Orlando Odds, Preview and Pick

If you’ve missed seeing the Old Ball Coach roaming the sidelines in his visor, you’ll be happy to know he’s back. Former University of Florida and South Carolina head coach Steve Spurrier returns to football as the Orlando Apollos host the Atlanta Legends in the opening week of the Alliance of American Football. They’ll face off inside Spectrum Stadium in …

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NFL Draft Betting: Which team will take Kyler Murray?

Drafting a quarterback isn’t the crapshoot it used to be for an NFL team. First off, the passers coming out of NCAA football are significantly better than their counterparts just a decade ago. Second, with the new rookie salary cap, drafting a signal-caller doesn’t cripple your team’s salary cap while he’s in his development phase. If anything, drafting a guy …

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Super Bowl LIII Prop Bets: Who Will Score the First Touchdown?

One thing the New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams can do is score touchdowns and they’ve done that plenty in the 2018-19 NFL season. The Rams finished second in the league, averaging 32.9 points per game. The Patriots were fourth, averaging 27.2 points per game. But somebody has to score those touchdowns and somebody is going to the first …

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Super Bowl Nielsen Props 2019: Viewers and Ratings on the Rise?

When it comes to Nielsen Ratings, the Super Bowl is in a class by itself. While NFL football rules the highest weekly ratings every year, with NFL Sunday Night Football regularly finishing as the year’s top-ranked show by a wide margin, the Super Bowl is the most watched United States television broadcast, period. Not only is it the game itself, …

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