The National Football League

The NFL boasts that it has never had one of its games fixed. Not by gamblers, not by organized crime, and of course, not by its own hand.

As is pointed out in my book, the NFL has had gambling scandals in the past: the 1946 NFL Championship Game, the 1958 NFL Championship Game, the suspension of both Paul Hornung and Alex Karras in 1963, and Art Schlichter's entire career just to name a few.

None of these "isolated incidents" meant a game was actually fixed...or so the NFL would claim. Do you believe that?

 

Here's some food for thought on the subject:

2013

The 2013 NFL Season & Playoffs

Super Bowl 48 "Sort Of" Prediction

The NFL Gone Amuck

How The NFL (and any league) Can Legally Fix Its Own Games

2012

The "Harbowl" Prediction

2012 NFL Season & Playoffs

The New Orleans Saints "Bounty" Program

2011

2011 NFL Season (the Tale of Tim Tebow)

Penalty Watch 2011

Where Art Thou, NFL Security?

Roger Goodell's Personal Email to Fans

2010

The Horrible 2010 NFL Season

The New York Times Explains All

Josh McDaniels, the Broncos, & Spygate II

Coast to Coast AM Super Bowl Prediction

2009

The 14 Games the NFL May Have Fixed in 2009

Did Brett Favre Throw Games while on the Jets as Revenge against the Packers?

Peyton Manning, the New Orleans Saints, and Super Bowl XLIV

2008 & earlier

The Near Perfect New England Patriots

The Original Article That Kicked Off This Website & The Book