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Friday, September 10, 2004

 

A Great Opener

The NFL season started with a bang as the Patriots beat the Colts 27-24. Colts' kicker Mike Vanderjagt missed the what would have been game tying field goal with 47 seconds left in the game. Vanderjagt had made a NFL record 42 straight field goals before missing this one.

Tom Brady looked great throwing for 335 yards and 3 touchdowns. Corey Dillion rushed for 86 yards on 15 carries.

The Colts shot themselves in the foot during this game when they turned the ball over 3 times in the red zone.

The Colts again proved that they are not yet a great NFL football team. This game was theirs' for the taking and they let it slip out of their hands.

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Patriots WIN STREAK
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE WAGERWEB POSTS ODDS ON: "WILL THE NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS BREAK THE NFL REGULAR SEASON CONSECUTIVE WINNING STREAK OF 17 GAMES, SET BY THE CHICAGO BEARS IN 1933-34?"

(Zapote, Costa Rica, 5th September 2004)-What else could the Super Bowl Champion New England Patriots do to justify their place in NFL history as one of the best teams ever? Not much, but what would definitely solidify that statement would be breaking the over 70-year old consecutive regular season win streak record, held by the Chicago Bears during the 1933-34 seasons.

The Pats come into the 2004 NFL season as the prohibitive favorite to repeat as champions. They return 17 starters from last years squad and have added All-Pro RB Corey Dillon to go along with one of the NFL's best QB's in Tom Brady and one of the best head coaches in Bill Belichick. It seems as if the Patriots have nowhere to go but down. With all the talent on their team and a QB that seems to get better each season, the sky is the limit for New England.

"This team never ceases to amaze me, we already have had a tremendous amount of wagers on the Pats to win the Super Bowl again this season and there is no reason to believe they won't do just that as well as break the wins record," said Wagerweb.com CEO Dave Johnson "Looking at the Pats early schedule, and with a couple of bounces their way which they always seem to get, it is not hard to fathom them winning five or six in a row to start the season."

The Pats open the season at home again the Indianapolis Colts and then go on the road at to an improved Arizona Cardinals team before their off week and then go to Orchard Park, NY to meet Drew Bledsoe and the Buffalo Bills. The Pats then come home for three in a row versus the Dolphins, Seahawks, and Jets. If they have not lost yet going into the Jets game, that is where they can tie the record. To break the record they would have to go into the Steel City and beat the Pittsburgh Steelers the following week.

WAGERWEB.COM IS PLEASED TO RELEASE ODDS ON: "WILL THE NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS BREAK THE NFL CONSECUTIVE REGULAR SEASON WINS RECORD OF 17 DURING THE 2004 NFL SEASON?"

Yes, THE PATS WILL BREAK THE RECORD +1000 (10:1)

No, THE PATS WILL NOT BREAK THE RECORD -600 (1:6)

*For the Yes to win in the above wager the Patriots must win all their games up to and including the Pittsburgh Steelers to start the 2004 season. * A $100 wager on Yes will win back a total of $1000 if the Patriots win each of their first seven games of the regular season. * "No" will win in the above wager if the Patriots TIE any of their first seven games.

About WagerWeb.com

WagerWeb is a privately held, offshore, online, gaming company. It is fully licensed and is located in beautiful San Jose, Costa Rica, a major center of online gaming. It got into the business in a very deliberate and independent way. Nine years ago, several staffers, now management of WagerWeb, got together to review the state of the online gambling industry. They quickly concluded that there was extraordinary potential for success, and they also realized there was a clear need for a professional, secure and service driven facility for the growing numbers of online players.

Characteristically, the WagerWeb planners got off to a quick start. WagerWeb created a modest internet business that appeared to meet the perceived need. During the intervening years since then, it has continually proved it has the right formula, because it has grown and improved every year. Today, it is part of an expanding affiliate network that includes over fifty sports book companies.

WagerWeb now offers online and telephone sports betting, casino gambling, horse racing and Poker rooms. It specializes in propositional wagering, in fact, it appears to be setting the example and leading the way.

Behind the action and the play offered by WagerWeb is a knowledgeable and respected staff. They recognize the universal fact that players, i.e., their many guests, come first. Customer service, we are told, is more than a polite catch-phrase, it is more like a way of life at WagerWeb. The staff continually strive to ensure the security, privacy, and quick service for all of their customers.

Contact: Dave Johnson
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WagerWeb (www.WagerWeb.com)
1.866.843.2489
dave@wagerweb.com
 
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