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  • NRL Power Rankings: Round 26 | FSB | Blog | Online | Sports | Betting | Live | Bet | Sport | Odds | AFL | NRL | Horse Racing
    and former Origin hooker Michael Ennis not a bad position to be in Unlucky to cop Manly first up 3 South Sydney 16 8 3 steady Showed plenty of fight against Newcastle to win on old boys day Greg Inglis trysaver on Akuila Uate was one for the books while Sam Burgess played like a monster This side has plenty of scope for improvement and with some big bodies up front can cause the Storm plenty of grief 4 North Queensland 15 9 5 up Have now put together four on end and their win in Sydney against a decent Cronulla side was impressive Johnathan Thurston is playing well but it is Matt Bowen who is causing so much damage Their a dangerous side on both fringes and have the strikepower to go a long way this year The team to watch from the bottom four 5 Melbourne 17 7 4 down Fallen in the rankings for the second straight week after a win The Storm had few problems against a hapless Tigers team but again were loose with the ball completing only 66 per cent of their sets while they fell off 41 tackles The Storm s pack is well outmuscled by most finals teams and the attitude of the team seems poor An early exit is entirely possible 6 Canberra 13 11 7 up Looked awful in the first half against the Warriors going down 22 6 against a team that didn t care before rocketing on 36 points It is tough to get a gauge on the Raiders on that performance but have won five straight and nine of 12 Get a good first up match but they are a long way from home in it 7 Cronulla 12 11 1 6 down The Sharkies are all

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  • NRL Power Rankings: Round 23 | FSB | Blog | Online | Sports | Betting | Live | Bet | Sport | Odds | AFL | NRL | Horse Racing
    It took a rev up of epic proportions from Craig Bellamy to get the Storm over the line even with the Titans losing two of their best players The Storm look a tired team 5 North Queensland 12 9 5 steady The Cowboys destroyed the Warriors at home on Saturday night and look to be warming for a September run Their concern should be getting into the top four and securing a double bite at the cherry Matt Bowen may be in the throes of his best season while Michael Morgan came of age on Saturday night 6 Cronulla 11 9 1 6 steady The Sharks are a tough team to gauge at present They decimated the Warriors but then struggled in attack against a Newcastle team that gave them plenty of chances Not premiership material Probably not a top four side But a team capable of pulling off a big upset if everything clicks 7 Newcastle 10 11 9 up Are hitting the run home with as much momentum as any team outside of the top four Have won six of their last eight with their two losses coming to the top two teams Wayne Bennett has them playing more direct in attack but most importantly has them playing with patience and smarts in defence A brutal run in but could cause some problems if they sneak into the eight 8 Wests Tigers 11 10 10 up Have put together back to back wins though have been anything but convincing trailing at times to both Parramatta and St George Illawarra Benji Marshall can turn it on against anyone and have the Tigers in the match but on balance they don t seem ready for a real title run Have Canterbury and Melhourne in their last three 9 Brisbane 11 10 8 down Improved against Canterbury getting to a 14 0 lead early but were held scoreless for the final 65 minutes The lack of speed in the side is a major issue as is the edge defence and the lack of direction given by the team s halves Melbourne Manly and Penrith to come so a finals berth is not assured 10 Gold Coast 9 12 7 down Tried valiantly against the Storm after losing Luke Bailey and Ashley Harrison early Have been such an honest side of late but will probably fall just a touch short of the eight with Manly to play in the final round Their pack is going as well as any in the premiership 11 Canberra 10 11 13 up Won back to back games for only the second time of the year against Penrith to somehow give the Raiders a chance at finals football Certainly don t deserve the honour though they haven t missed the finals in consecutive years since 1986 Are capable but you rarely know what you will cop 12 St George Illawarra 9 12 11 down Finding points has been a difficult proposition all year for the Dragons and

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  • GRAHAM | FSB | Blog | Online | Sports | Betting | Live | Bet | Sport | Odds | AFL | NRL | Horse Racing
    side 22 14 shutting Brisbane out for the final 65 minutes It was a stellar effort considering the Bulldogs were without key props James Graham and Sam Kasiano both critical to Canterbury s structure Michael Ennis over involvement is a concern but Ben Barba is the best player in the NRL at present while Josh Reynolds has marked himself as one of the toughest players in the premiership Have now made it 11 wins straight 2 Manly 13 8 3 up Faced a stern test against fellow top four team South Sydney on Friday night and got home on the back of their experience in big games It was a definitive statement that the Sea Eagles are very real runners to defend their title Jamie Lyon has claims to being the best centre of the last 20 years and his combination on the right with Glenn Stewart David Williams and Daly Cherry Evans is as good as any edge in the game Continue reading NRL Power Rankings Round 23 Tweet Posted in NRL Odds Tagged BULLDOGS GRAHAM MANLY NRL POWER RANKINGS SOUTHS Leave a reply Blog Categories AFL Footy Odds AFL Premiership Odds Baseball Basketball Brownlow Medal Odds Cricket Cycling

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  • MANLY | FSB | Blog | Online | Sports | Betting | Live | Bet | Sport | Odds | AFL | NRL | Horse Racing
    for their season and had won six of their previous eight A host of injuries were the price though with winger David Williams out for the season and a number of others in doubt for this week With three Grand Finals in the last five years are the team to be most fearful of in September Continue reading NRL Power Rankings Round 24 Tweet Posted in NRL Odds Tagged CANTERBURY MANLY NR POWER RANKINGS NRL NRL BETTING Leave a reply The Early Line Round 24 Posted on August 16 2012 by Flemington Sportsbet Reply By Nick Tedeschi Brisbane get 4 to 4 5 points at home against rivals Melbourne The Broncos have won just 4 of 19 against the Storm and just 1 of 6 at home against Melbourne Tough to get a gauge on this Melbourne are 20 8 ATS since 2010 as a fave of less than 6 but the Broncos are 5 2 ATS as a home underdog A lean Melbourne because of their dominance in this match up but both teams are struggling for form No play There is no total play here with the Broncos riding four straight unders and the Storm four straight overs A lean the over if anything Continue reading The Early Line Round 24 Tweet Posted in NRL Odds Tagged BULLDOGS MANLY NRL SELECTIONS NRL tips Leave a reply NRL Power Rankings Round 23 Posted on August 14 2012 by Flemington Sportsbet Reply 1 Canterbury 16 5 1 steady Were slow out of the blocks against Brisbane trailing 14 0 after as many minutes but despite looking a little off the mark all afternoon they comfortably defeated a fellow top eight side 22 14 shutting Brisbane out for the final 65 minutes It was a stellar effort considering the Bulldogs were

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  • NRL Power Rankings: Round 25 | FSB | Blog | Online | Sports | Betting | Live | Bet | Sport | Odds | AFL | NRL | Horse Racing
    the obvious class but they are showing a surprising amount of dropped ball and silly penalties 5 North Queensland 14 9 5 steady Again showed glimpses of brilliance on both sides of the ball but at times again looked very beatable A very difficult team to get a grip on Have enough class across the paddock to go all the way but they rarely put 80 minutes together Big test against an honest Sharks team this week 6 Cronulla 12 10 1 6 steady Should have disposed of a very loose Melbourne Storm team on Monday night by playing smart grinding football and did for 79 minutes They are certainly built for the finals with a willingness to roll their sleeves up and wait for opposition mistakes Bryce Gibbs is the most underrated prop in the competition 7 Canberra 12 11 11 up Have snuck up on everybody with seven wins in their last nine outings absolutely destroying a Canterbury team that had put 12 on end Have tightened up on the fringes and running with more purpose Still need a win in Auckland to lock up a playoff berth 8 Brisbane 11 12 8 steady Have lost six on the trot but still somehow hold their fate in their own hands needing a win against Penrith to stumble into the finals Trying hard but the play of their spine is almost totally ineffective Josh Hoffman must move back to fullback for the Broncos to be any chance 9 Wests Tigers 11 12 7 down May have been missing Robbie Farah who they are 2 8 without over the last four years but the effort against the Roosters that would define their season was pathetic Adam Blair is the biggest bludger in the game while Tim Moltzen is a complete impostor 10 Newcastle 10 13 11 up Bounced back from a brutal season ending loss to Manly with an honest effort in Townsville They were again loose defensively in the first half but showed some real zeal in the second stanza Dane Gagai is one player to really watch in 2013 He has already become a real zipper 11 Gold Coast 10 13 9 down Blew a perfect chance to get into the finals when hammered by a buoyant Penrith team but a Panthers outfit that were there for the beating all the same Injuries have hurt the Titans as has the play of the centres all year A black booker for 2013 12 St George Illawarra 10 13 12 steady Did the right thing at the farewell home game for Ben Hornby and Dean Young by going hard and getting the two champions a win Seemed to really enjoy the lack of pressure in the second half Dangerous next week without any expectation Trent Merrin is a star in the making 13 Penrith 8 15 13 steady Made it two on end with a very impressive victory over finals contenders Gold Coast in Luke Lewis farewell game even though

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  • NFC Power Rankings: Week 6 | FSB | Blog | Online | Sports | Betting | Live | Bet | Sport | Odds | AFL | NRL | Horse Racing
    shaky The reliance on Alex Smith is a major concern 5 Seattle 4 2 The Seahawks continue to slide under the radar but their win at home over New England was most impressive Russell Wilson just gets the job done 6 Green Bay 3 3 Talk about making a statement after being written off they came out and belted the undefeated Houston in Houston Despite injuries can still turn it on 7 Minnesota 4 2 The Vikings were vulnerable against Washington and those fears were well founded when Robert Griffin III went nuts again On the up for sure 8 Philadelphia 3 3 A disappointing loss to the Lions has Philadelphia exactly where they should be meandering along as a middling team in a middling division 9 Dallas 2 3 The Cowboys suffered a loss to the Ravens but had the upper hand for arguably more of the game Have the tools just need to harness them 10 Washington 3 3 Robert Griffin III is making such an impact on the NFL that he could soon be rated as the most dangerous threat in the game He is just a winner 11 Arizona 4 2 Losing at home to Buffalo will win nobody any fans and despite a quality defence seem to be sliding fast 12 Detroit 2 3 Showed extraordinary resilience to come back against the Eagles when all seemed lost 13 Tampa Bay 2 3 Came off a bye with a thumping win over the Chiefs This team has class and just needs some confidence to make a run 14 St Louis 3 3 The Rams are tough as nails defensively and are one of the best coached teams in the NFL Unfortunate to be in a deep division in a deep conference 15 New Orleans 1 4

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  • NFL POWER RANKINGS | FSB | Blog | Online | Sports | Betting | Live | Bet | Sport | Odds | AFL | NRL | Horse Racing
    Week 6 Tweet Posted in NFL Odds Tagged NFL BETS NFL ODDS NFL POWER RANKINGS Leave a reply NFC Power Rankings Week 6 Posted on October 15 2012 by Flemington Sportsbet Reply 1 Atlanta 6 0 Just snuck home in the final play against a poor Oakland outfit but no other team in the NFC has won five games let alone six 2 New York Giants 4 2 Went into San Francisco and handed out a total beatdown to a 49ers team who was expected to towel them The most impressive win of any team all year 3 Chicago 4 1 Had a week off and have not had the most trying of schedules but defensively they are one of the top two teams in the NFL Continue reading NFC Power Rankings Week 6 Tweet Posted in NFL Odds Tagged NFL NFL BETS NFL ODDS NFL POWER RANKINGS Leave a reply AFC Power Rankings Posted on October 9 2012 by Flemington Sportsbet Reply 1 Houston 5 0 The Texans are undefeated whilst averaging 29 8 points per game scored to only 14 6 conceded A huge fortnight awaits them hosting the Packers and subsequently the Ravens 2 Baltimore 4 1 Their defence has been less menacing than its 2011 predecessor thus far but they look well placed in the AFC North Their week seven matchup with the Texans will answer some questions Continue reading AFC Power Rankings Tweet Posted in NFL Odds Tagged NFL POWER RANKINGS Leave a reply NFC Power Rankings Posted on October 2 2012 by Flemington Sportsbet Reply By Nick Tedeschi 1 Atlanta 4 0 Matt Ryan is arguably the NFL s MVP through the first month as the Falcons have established themselves as an effective team on both sides of the ball 2 San Francisco 3

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  • NFC Power Rankings | FSB | Blog | Online | Sports | Betting | Live | Bet | Sport | Odds | AFL | NRL | Horse Racing
    0 Predicted to be one of the worst teams in the NFL the Cards have gone undefeated over four weeks for the first time ever Issues on offense but their defence looks reliable enough 7 New York Giants 2 2 Have run hot and cold over the opening month but Eli Manning has again been very good and they look to have plenty of upside 8 Philadelphia 3 1 The Eagles have defied logic to be 3 1 with Michael Vick constantly turning over the ball but they have shown great heart to stay in games and their defence is getting the job done 9 Seattle 2 2 The Seahawks have an elite defence and a unique rookie quarterback They can get better but reliability is an issue with Pete Carroll s team 10 Dallas 2 2 The Cowboys are who they are They will beat teams worse than them but they are unlikely to bother those stronger than them The playoffs seem beyond America s Team this year 11 Washington 2 2 Robert Griffin III may be the best investment the Redskins have made in decades He is good enough to take this team to 8 8 off his own back 12 Detroit 1 3 The Lions severely overachieved last year and are regressing significantly this year Their defence is porous and with Matt Stafford playing hurt this team looks unlikely to beat the 6 10 mark 13 St Louis 2 2 Jeff Fisher has made this Rams side a lot stronger defensively with St Louis ranking 14 th in yards allowed and 16 th in points A team on the up 14 Tampa Bay 1 3 The Bucs have been a touch unlucky this year losing their three games all by under a touchdown A good team to

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