MLB : Over is 8-1 in TB last 9 during game 2 of a series.

MLB : SF are 21-6 in their last 27 home games.

MLB : Over is 14-3 in CHW last 17 games following a loss.

MLB : Over is 21-6-1 in SD last 28 overall.

NFL : Chargers are 0-5 ATS in their last 5 home games.

NFL : Over is 4-1 in Giants last 5 Saturday games.

NFL : Over is 7-2 in Packers last 9 home games.

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The American League Central should be a fun race this year, as 4 of the 5 teams are good enough to take the title (sorry Twins' fans).  In 2014 the Tigers won the division, but the Royals ended up turning their Wild Card berth into an AL Pennant. The Tribe won 85 games, and look to take the next step this season. The White Sox won the offseason, and turned themselves into a legit contender in just one offseason. The Twins have a loaded farm system, and help will be arriving in 2015, but it won't be enough to save this season. Let's dive in as I predict the 2015 standings, and preview each team's lineup and rotation. 
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by George Kenny on Mar 25, 12:07 PM
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Colin Kaepernick
There's a beautiful thing about the NFL that most of you have already seen : On any given Sunday, there's always someone on the field or on the sidelines who finds a way to show his true donkeyfy-ing nature. Last week, it was Chargers HC McCoy and his poor game plan against the Broncos.

This week was even bigger. 4 teams were still standing. The Broncos whooped the Patriots in a game that wasn't as close as the score indicates in the AFC championship. But the main event was something you didn't want to miss. Seahawks and Niners, one of the best (if not the best) rivalries in today's NFL. Hard hits, trash talking and a game that went down to the wire but, sadly for Niners fans, San Fran' ultimately lost. And our Donkey, 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick was the biggest factor.

Jimmy Johnson said it best, Colin Kaepernick kept the Niners in the game with his feet and killed them with his arm. Two late INTs and a Fumble in the fourth quarter. A game to forget for the former Nevada product who played the 1st 3 quarters like he was the second coming of Steve Young. A game that should lead to a lot of questions in the Niners front office and, of course, a game that prevented them from making back to back Superbowl appearances. But let us ask the question that needs to be asked : How could Kaepernick choke that badly? Getting strip sacked by a defense you were running all over in the first half (Ok that can happen to any QB) The absolutely awful throw right to Kam Chancellor (That mistake can't happen!) And the game ending interception, on another bad throw vs the opponents best player? How? I mean ... No one should expect our Donkey to be Joe Montana but some things should have been avoided. SF was leading 17-13 at the start of the 4th quarter and until that final turnover, they were still very much poised to get a huge road win. Why force a throw on a 1st and 10 with still 30 seconds left? So many questions to ask, but only one conclusion : Colin Kaepernick choked. Badly.

And the Niners will watch the Superbowl on TV. But rejoice Colin, this gives you more time to model for magazines and add to your sneaker collection... but we'll just see you as our Donkey of the Day!