Last season Inter Milan did the unthinkable in picking up the Champions League, domestic cup and the Seria A league title in what was an unprecedented treble. Mourinho is now with Real Madrid but Inter will still be in the hunt for more silverware this season…
The NFL season is on its way and people across the world will be wondering how the divisions will be decided. They are likely to be as well contested as ever. Take advantage of our fantastic pre-season odds and make your picks now…
Last season the New York Jets nearly got to the Super Bowl – this season they could go a step further. The Jets have snapped up Santonio Holmes, LaDainian Tomlinson, Jason Taylor and Antonio Cromartie and added them to a squad already brimming with talent – so it’s no wonder that they have their sights set on winning the Super Bowl. It’s been 41 years since they won their last. Can the Jets go all the way?
Pierre Garcon and Austin Collie supported Reggie Wayne and Dallas Clarke to bolster an Indianapolis offense that was already top of the pile. Can the Colts return to the Super Bowl in 2010/11?
Quarter back Matt Schaub made 4770 passing yards last season, aided by wide receiver Andre Johnson who made 101 receptions and totalled 1569 receiving yards. The result was that the Houston Texans nearly made the playoffs for the first time their history. Texans coach Gary Kubiak has his new contract and may have dealt with some of their defensive frailties. Can Houston take the AFC South or maybe go on a Super Bowl run?
Nick Saban has changed the fortunes of the “Crimson Tide” from a very average team to a national championship winning side and all in the space of just three years. The success may continue for the Alabama coach – Intertops have installed the SEC heavyweight as favorites to do it again this year. Can they go all the way?
The Atlanta Falcons made it two winning seasons in a row (a franchise first) when they overcame the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in their final game last season – but they nevertheless missed the post season. If Michael Turner and Matt Ryan can put in a similar performance in the comnig season then the Falcons could really fly as one of the outsiders that comes good. Who will your money be on?