A double dose of ATS Radio on Tuesday October 13. Host Adam Burke did The Bettor’s Box earlier and then hopped back on air to chat with Brian Blessing of Sportsbook Radio and Vegas Hockey Hotline about NHL free agency and futures, Week 6 of the NFL season, and the CJ Cup at Shadow Creek.
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Host Adam Burke and Brian Blessing opened up by talking some NHL. Brian is most definitely a hockey guy and he’s been following the NHL Draft, the Free Agent Frenzy, and the trades, so the guys hit on the early futures market and some teams to watch with the season hopefully beginning again on January 1.
Then they moved over to the NFL, with some quick thoughts on tonight’s Bills vs. Titans game and then a bevy of Week 6 thoughts, including Falcons vs. Vikings, Browns vs. Steelers, and Packers vs. Buccaneers. Lastly, the guys went to Shadow Creek to talk about the CJ Cup and rattled off six or seven names that you might want to look at a little more closely for this week’s tournament.
Join us on Wednesday when we chat College Football Week 7 and NFL Week 6 with professional handicapper Kyle Hunter.
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