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July 31, 2012

Preseason NFL Picks, Odds News, QB Rotations Back For 2012

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For the 21st consecutive year, going back to the scorephone days, the popular NFL Preseason Primer returns. New for 2012 is more real-time updates using Twitter and Facebook. It’s all on

With the major bonus of real-time last-minute updates on their Twitter and other social media feeds, has announced that the NFL Preseason Primer is returning for 2012 preseason handicapping.

NFLX kicks off with the Hall-of-Fame game August 5 between the Arizona Cardinals and the New Orleans Saints.

Quarterback rotations, injuries, news and notes, weather conditions, and the playing time of key personnel are the hub of the feature and have been going back to the telephone scoreboard days of the early 1990s.

“In games that do not count in the standings, incentive and motivating forces are highlighted in the news and notes,” says Mike Godsey GM of

Hometown newspapers are rooted through, the major sports websites NFL sections scoured, plus Vegas and offshore contacts are in correspondence as compiles the lowdown of interest to the football handicapper.

Pregame shows broadcast on Internet and satellite radio have become a stronghold for late player scratches, field conditions when weather is a factor, and information on players who are consider “game time decisions.”

Via their Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter pages, will broadcast key intelligence for the Vegas insider. These social media vehicles as well as the sports betting YouTube channel are all linked in the “left rail” of

The initial reports are posted at least 48 hours before kickoff and updated until sportsbooks take the odds off the board.


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