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Steve Presson is a very successful entrepreneur who now sells luxury real estate for Corcoran Group, a high end realtor in Palm Beach, Florida. Steve pays minimal attention to any sport but one: pro football. A fantasy football guru, Steve is approaching legendary status in NFL "Last Man Standing" or "Survivor" pools.

They go by some other names, but essentially participants pick one game a week and if they lose, they are out. The winners advance until there is one man (or women) standing.

The reason Steve doesn't bet more often or play higher stakes is that his keep-it-simple philosophy only presents limited opportunities, perhaps 10-15 times per year. His strategy? It's going against second string
, incompetent quarterbacks.

Our only minor disagreement is that we believe successful teams are built around quality skilled position players with quarterbacks topping the list, but Presson believes the oddsmakers can't compensate enough when an injury forces a significant downgrade behind the center.

I heard an NFL General Manager once say the most important player on a team is the starting quarterback and the second most important is the backup QB.

Look no further than Steelers' Super Bowl winning quarterback Ben Roethlisberger's recent brush with stupidity and death. Literally every qualified opinion I've heard is that Pittsburgh is on firm legal grounds if they voided his humongous contract, which would free up plenty of money for non-quarterback additions.

Yet also unanimous is that every NFL talking head agrees as long as an eventual full recovery is likely, there is zero chance of Pittsburgh voiding his contract.

This is because while Mike Lupica and his cohorts can ramble on about the Steelers' great defense but clearly Pittsburgh management realizes their defense performed best where all defenses pick up their best stats-on the sidelines. And nobody is more responsible for that than Roethlisberger. The handicapping ramifications behind the indisputable fact are enormous.

Ironically Roethlisberger is a rare exception to another rule of thumb Steve has. However, arguably he was the first notable one since a young Dan Marino. "Another trend is to look at young quarterbacks making one of their first 10 starts and preferably against a tough defensive team. Rookie QBs don't win and they should be taken advantage of."

For every Marino and Roethlisberger aberration, there's an Elway, Aikman, Manning (insert your choice of first names)
, Palmer and many, many others proving that theory extremely reliable.

Nobody uses the Information Age in sports handicapping better than I do. But as Steve and I were discussing strategy over 2-for-1 beer at Pete Rose's sports bar in Boynton Beach, Florida, I was reminded of something I can't be reminded of enough. It doesn't happen often, but every now and then, winning sports betting comes down to keeping it simple.

Most enlightened conversations happen over beer and in my never ending quest to acquire further knowledge, I'll be handicapping back-up quarterbacks more than ever.

Oh and luckily I'll be getting Steve's survivor pool picks.
You're going to require wedding flowers in more than just one way at your wedding. Thus, it's just wise that you're making a checklist of your marriage flower needs way in advance before you make your marriage flower purchase.

Here's a list of items that call for the employment of marriage flowers.

Bridal bouquet This is one of the most significant wedding flower requirements that you'll need on your wedding day. The bridal bouquet is of great significance as it is the middle of attraction at the wedding. Rose
, orchids, tulips, carnations, cala lilies etc are some hot picks for bridal bouquets.

Flowers in the Bride's Hairdo- Behind the veil, the bride has a stunning arrangement of her hair. Her beauty is further boosted by having a beautiful looking flower arrangement in her hair. You must ensure that the flowers don't reign supreme over her hair and her general beauty. The best choice here is Baby's Breath.

Bridesmaid Bouquet : the bridesmaid bouquet these days can be smaller recreations of the bridal bouquet. Otherwise, tiny carnations or daisies tightly woven together could also make for nice bridesmaid floral bunches.

Groom鈥檚 boutonniere鈥?A single rose bud or a tulip or a cala lily can be used as a boutonniere.

Corsage: Corsages are required for every woman present in the ceremony, bridesmaid onwards. The more classic choice here is rose but if you want to keep it something subtle yet impacting, consider either Gardenia or Casablanca Lily. Be mindful of the number of corsages required and keep some extra at hand.

Altar arrangements鈥?You are obviously going to need wedding flowers to decorate the altar. Big sized flowers such as Gerbera Daisies
, Gladiolus, Star Gazer Lily, Standard Mum etc are some good choices that you could have for venue d茅cor.

Candles Candles are a vital part of a marriage. Decorating them with little flowers such as Solidaster and Queen Anne 's lace will make them look prettier.

Centerpieces these days wedding flowers are being employed in engaging ways as centerpieces. Let a few Gerbera daisies float in water and you might have a beautiful centerpiece. Otherwise, you could even put a single rose in a bottle and put it as the centerpiece.

Buffet Table Decorations: the floral decorations of the altar and the bouquet table can be kept similar to create a specific theme or ambience.

Cake Decorations : marriag.
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