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´╗┐SAL DEFILIPPO, news editor of the Las Vegas SUN,, frequently deposits funds into the accounts of sports books throughout Southern Nevada. His column appears Fridays throughout football season. He can be reached on the Internet at sallasvegassun.comTHE MOST compelling aspect of this preseason has to be the resurgence of 44-year-old Steve DeBerg, starting quarterback for the Atlanta Falcons.Technically, he's a backup to Chris Chandler. But pay no mind to that -- several Atlanta Braves pitchers will finish this season with more games completed than Chandler, perhaps the most injury-prone player since Freeman McNeil.DeBerg's sudden resurrection from armchair quarterback to actual quarterback has to be the real reason behind Reggie White's "Oh, maybe I won't retire after all" attitude the day after the NFL draft. White had to know something.It's not as if DeBerg hadn't taken enough money from my wallet in his first go-round with the Chiefs,, Buccaneers, and, I believe, the Chicago Cardinals. But you have to admire his perseverance,hermes kelly.And this is the first chance he has had to make me look bad in ink, as I begin my fourth season of NFL picks for the Sun.As they do with bad TV sitcoms, I've been shifted to a new day, perhaps in search for new readers. Perhaps the hierarchy has come to the conclusion that the less time I have to analyze these games, the better.Either way, the fun begins anew Sunday, with a few twists to follow:Defending champion Rob Terry heads a field of eight participants in this year's "What's Their Line" contest.With 20,000 of Monopoly money to play with, these handicappers, oddsmakers and sports book directors will choose between one and four games each week, against the point spread, with wagers varying from 1,100 to 5,500. The contest will run through the regular season.Most importantly, it will give bettors someone else to blame when these picks are wrong."I got really hot for while," said Terry, the race and sports director at Palace Station. "I have a system I follow when I pick -- I just try to have a winning week every week. I pick three games a week and try to go at least 2-1. When you can do that, people start to follow them. I had a lot of response last year."The rest of the field:"This guy can be totally on fire with his picks. Last year in college, he was a god," Terry said of Cokin, who appears weekly on ProLine, at 8 a.m. and 9 a.m. Saturdays on USA (Prime Cable Channel 34).* That's not the only contest you can follow. Play along online at by entering the Beat the Odds handicapping contest. Point and click on your favorite choices against the spread each week.Football fans also can enter the "Guess the Score" college contest, sponsored by KSHP 1400-AM,manolo blahnik zapatos, which offers a 10,000 prize. KSHP broadcasts five college football games each Saturday and all Denver Broncos games.To give you a head start on the contests, allow me to offer my picks, so you'll know which sides not to take:Top of the lineTENNESSEE +2 at Cincinnati, under 44 -- It was a fierce battle between Cincinnati quarterbacks in recent months, but clearly the best man won. No doubt about it, this guy worked the hardest to get where he is. Congratulations, Boomer Esiason.
Tennessee 24, Cincinnati 16.Other gamesGREEN BAY -9 vs. Detroit, over 44 1/2 -- It's scary to think that the Packers are two fierce hits away from watching Rick Mirer take snaps from center. Sobering thought, but fortunately, Brett Favre has been the league's most durable QB for three seasons.
Green Bay 31, Detroit 14.TAMPA BAY +3 at Minnesota, over 39 -- The Vikings are coming off a 4-0 preseason that included two shutouts. But when it comes to defense, nobody knows the Vikings as well as Buccaneers coach Tony Dungy, who was the Vikings defensive coordinator before taking Tampa Bay to its first playoff appearance in 15 years.
Tampa Bay 24, Minnesota 21.NEW YORK GIANTS -1 1/2 vs. Washington, under 37 -- The Redskins acquired Dan Wilkinson and Dana Stubblefield in the offseason to bolster their run defense, which allowed 274 rushing yards in two losses to the Giants last season. The loss of Jason Sehorn hurts, but the Giants take their first step toward repeating as division champs.
New York Giants 20, Washington 14.PITTSBURGH -3 at Baltimore, over 43 1/2 -- Last season, the Steelers won a wild 42-34 game at Baltimore. The revamped Ravens feature Jim Harbaugh at QB and Errict Rhett in the backfield, but Kordell Stewart and company win another shootout.
Pittsburgh 37, Baltimore 24.JACKSONVILLE -9 1/2 at Chicago, over 41 1/2 -- The point spread for this game wasn't posted until Thursday in many books as the world's mathematicians, worried over whether Bears QB Erik Kramer was unable to start, struggled for days trying to invent a number high enough.
Jacksonville 41, Chicago 17.ATLANTA +5 at Carolina, under 38 1/2 -- Carolina unveils its new West Coast offense, despite being an East Coast team in the NFC West,burberry outlet sale. Atlanta, another Eastern team in the West, is headed in the right direction, whichever way that is. John Kasay wins it with a late field goal.
Carolina 16, Atlanta 13.SEATTLE -3 1/2 at Philadelphia, under 41 -- Ricky Watters left a contaminated offense behind in Philadephia, and he'll revel in watching the Eagles drown this week.
Seattle 27, Philadelphia 10.NEW ORLEANS +4 at St. Louis, over 37 1/2 -- The Rams still are trying to sort out personnel in the final days before kickoff -- Ryan McNeil, who led the NFL with nine interceptions last year, signed a one-year deal Tuesday. Craig "Ironhead" Heyward was released Wednesday. They might not be very good, but the Saints are better prepared and hang tough.
St. Louis 21, New Orleans 20.ARIZONA +5 1/2 at Dallas, under 41 1/2 -- The Cowboys were 24th against the run last season, allowing more rushing yards than in any of the previous 11 seasons. The addition of Adrian Murrell should make Jake Plummer's job a little easier.
Arizona 21, Dallas 19.SAN FRANCISCO -7 1/2 vs. New York Jets, over 43 1/2 -- After missing nearly all of last season and sitting out the entire preseason this year, Jerry Rice was given his reprimand Wednesday -- a 36 million contract. Maybe he can get hurt again and be worth some real money. Regardless, Steve Young picks apart a Jets defense void of a significant pass rush.
San Francisco 34, New York Jets 21.MIAMI -3 1/2 at Indianapolis, under 41 -- It happened to Joe Montana. It happened to John Elway. Highly touted top draft pick quarterback struggles in first NFL start, Part I.
Miami 20, Indianapolis 10.BUFFALO +1 1/2 at San Diego, under 42 1/2 -- Highly touted top draft pick quarterback struggles in first NFL start, Part II.
Buffalo 17, San Diego 13.OAKLAND +8 at Kansas City, over 42 1/2 -- Kansas City forked over 30 million to lure Raiders standout and four-time Pro Bowl defensive lineman Chester McLoughton into a Chiefs uniform. Unfortunately, he's only worn it once, missing the last four of five preseason games with a back injury. He may not be ready for this game, either. Still, Kansas City usually opens well, and has won 15-of-17 against the Raiders.
Kansas City 26, Oakland 24.DENVER -7 vs. New England, under 46 1/2 -- The past two AFC champions hook up in the Monday Late Afternoon Football opener. The ABC broadcasts will begin an hour earlier this season, but unlike the network, don't expect the Broncos to waste any time.
Denver 31, New England 14.

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