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Breaking Down The Patrick Mahomes Blockbuster Deal

  It is a great time to be Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes. According to multiple reports, Patrick Mahomes has signed a 10-year, $450 million contract extension with reaches up to $477 million when you add in the two remaining years of his rookie deal.His contract also includes around $25 million in extra incentives for playoff and Super Bowl wins bringing the potential total … Continue reading Breaking Down The Patrick Mahomes Blockbuster Deal

Is Dak Prescott REALLY Worth $40 Million Dollars?

It definitely pays to be a quarterback. According to reports, Dak Prescott has turned down a $30 million dollar a year offer with the Dallas Cowboys. This also comes on the heels of rumors that he was actually seeking as much as $40 million dollars a year which would easily make him the highest paid player the NFL if that were to happen. While Prescott … Continue reading Is Dak Prescott REALLY Worth $40 Million Dollars?

The Five Most Head-Scratching Roster Moves And Signings of the 2019 NFL Offseason

The 2019 NFL offseason has been quite the wild ride so far. Teams have been in an early scramble to make some pivotal moves and some teams have looked better than others so far. Now it is true in that there is no such as “winning the offseason” as many might believe(ask the “Dream Team” Philadelphia Eagles how that worked out) but you have to … Continue reading The Five Most Head-Scratching Roster Moves And Signings of the 2019 NFL Offseason

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The Best And Worst Contracts In The Four Major Sports

  Being a pro athlete sure has its perks. The money, the glitz and the glamour(by glamour, we mean an endless supply of gorgeous women)only pales in comparison to the work and preparation that these guys put in to be at the level that they are. General managers see this work and preparation and put their seal of approval into the form of a lucrative … Continue reading The Best And Worst Contracts In The Four Major Sports

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What’s The Deal With Le’Veon? A Closer Look At The Star Running Back’s Holdout

From Pittsburgh’s Savior to Misbehavior: How Le’Veon Bell Decided To Place A Hefty Bet On Himself (New York Post)     Franco Harris, Willie Parker, Jerome Bettis. Three names that are synonymous with Steelers greatness. Three names that display championship and are revered among the people of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. One name that has the claim to fame to be added among that list…is Le’Veon Bell. … Continue reading What’s The Deal With Le’Veon? A Closer Look At The Star Running Back’s Holdout

5 Available Players Who Can Help Your Fantasy Team Right Now

  Are you a big fantasy football buff? We are here at The Dollars And Sense Sports Blog as our team is sitting at 3-0 currently on the season. The waiver wire is a big part of why we have been pretty successful this year and you just never know what kind of gems you can find out there on it. While majority of the … Continue reading 5 Available Players Who Can Help Your Fantasy Team Right Now

Easy Money: Week 3 NFL Edition

The Week 2 NFL edition of Easy Money is in the books and let’s just say results were…mixed at best. It’s okay folks, sometimes setbacks happen. Setbacks such as the absolute incompetence of the Arizona Cardinals to cover a double-digit spread. Have no fear though readers, this is the week for you to strike it rich possibly. As The D.A.S sits at a underwhelming 1-3 … Continue reading Easy Money: Week 3 NFL Edition

Easy Money: Point Spreads And Picks The Week 2 NFL Edition

Break out the wallets and get ready to send the kids to college. It’s time for the inaugural edition of Easy Money: The NFL Edition. As we are all about the money here at The Dollars And Sense Sports Blog, we are to give you some of our picks for the Week 2 NFL season and maybe put a little nice amount of change in … Continue reading Easy Money: Point Spreads And Picks The Week 2 NFL Edition

What’s Your Fantasy? RB Projections

Welcome sports fans back to What’s Your Fantasy? Today we will dive into the running backs in the league. Running backs nowadays may play second to the passing game, but there was a time where running backs would put up numbers that were unheralded by today’s standards. Shaun Alexander once had 27 rushing touchdowns as a member of the Seattle Seahawks in 2005. The year … Continue reading What’s Your Fantasy? RB Projections