Wednesday, 14 September 2011

One Small Step...

Overall, the first game covered in the NFL trading room received positive feedback.  This is encouraging and although typing when trading can be distracting, I do enjoy speaking with others when a game is on.  It makes you realise that there are other people who do this too!
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More good news is that I've managed to coax Cassini into covering another game next Sunday.  So, if you'd like to take part then click on the link at the top of this page to register.  The match in question will be the 6pm kickoff on Sunday (Buccaneers @ Vikings) which promises to be a close one so hopefully we'll do well.
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As I couldn't do this alone I'd also like to thank Cassini again for giving up his time, and it's good to see he was able to post a fantastic result on Monday night with this result.  The Raiders were leading by 13 points at half time but the Broncos surged back to unluckily fall short by just 3.  This got me thinking.  What was the biggest upset to happen in NFL history?  Now I don't have records going back to the 70's or 80's but remarkably I do recall the Broncos v Raiders match last season.  The Broncos went off 7 points favourites and ending up losing 14-59!
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With possibilities to profit on events like this each week it's now no wonder that my love for this sport is deepening - watch out Billy Walters!
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7 comments:

Jackhulk said...

Hi Mark. I'd really like to subscribe to you blog, but can't for the life of me see how with yours?

Mark Iverson said...

Hi Jack,

Unfortunately, due to a lack of demand the NFL trading room has been suspended for the time being.

It may return in the future so watch this space...

All the best,

Mark

Jackhulk said...

That's a shame as was looking forward to attending that too. However, I was more referring to just subscribing to your blog please, but can't find the subscribe button?

Mark Iverson said...

Hi Jack,

I've put the 'subscribe in a reader' link back to the top right hand side of the blog.

Hope this helps ;-)

All the best,

Mark

Jackhulk said...

Thanks Mark. I did see that before but wasn't sure how to use it (I'm a newbie to blogs). Normally when I visit a blog there is an option to 'follow', I hit that and its added to my blogger.com account.

Sorted it now. I subscribed via google reader and then imported to blogger.com.

Thanks for your help, now following with interest. Good luck with the NFL session. I hope to get involved with NFL trading at some point when I have time.

Anonymous said...

Hi Mark,
Sorry to see that the NFL room wasn't as popular as hoped. I sent a few over with a blog post but maybe it wasn't their "thing"

I have added your blog to the links on my page.

Paul (TradeShark)

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It is nice to know that the first game covered in the NFL trading room received positive feedback. I had a great time reading on your post. Thank you.

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