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Bettor all-in on Tompa Brady

Discussion in 'RayGator's Swamp Gas' started by ThePlayer, Jan 29, 2021.

  1. gatordavisl

    gatordavisl VIP Member

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    Bucs did these things and more. Hard to believe they kept the chefs out of the EZ.
     
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  2. gatorranger7

    gatorranger7 All American

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    Mathieu is a whiny, all-hat-no-cattle, pain-in-the-ass. I was glad to see him get his comeuppance. Tommy T had some yips. Glad others were less-than-stellar on his team so he won't stand out as much.
     
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  3. ValdostaGatorFan

    ValdostaGatorFan GC Hall of Fame

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    Does anyone know how to get into contact with the bettor? I think we may be long lost cousins.
     
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  4. GatorMatt06

    GatorMatt06 GC Legend

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    Win or lose I would have wanted to get in contact, if you’re dropping that kind of coin you can afford to lose it.
     
  5. archigator_96

    archigator_96 GC Hall of Fame

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    Well, he is NO problem now and has the inside track to be the starter o_O
    Hope Saints fans like VERY uneven QB play hahahahahah!
     
  6. Gatorrick22

    Gatorrick22 GC Hall of Fame

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    Major payday for that bettor.
     
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  7. tilly

    tilly Superhero Mod. Fast witted. Bulletproof posts. Moderator VIP Member

    Who dat indeed?
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  8. ThePlayer

    ThePlayer VIP Member

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    Vegas did very well this year.

    More than $136 million was bet on the Super Bowl LV with Nevada sportsbooks. The state's books won a net $12.6 million on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' upset of the Kansas City Chiefs, according to figures released Tuesday by the Nevada Gaming Control Board.

    The $136 million wagered was down 12% from last year's Super Bowl, in part due to occupancy restrictions at Las Vegas casinos amid the coronavirus pandemic. However, it still was the fifth most since the state began tracking the betting action on the game in 1991. Five of the six reported $1 million-plus bets on the Super Bowl were placed in Nevada.

    Bucs equal bucks as U.S. sportsbooks win big
     
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