Sports betting fans in New Jersey may have finally run out of luck.  A federal appeals court on Tuesday rejected the state's attempt to legalize sports betting for the third time in three years.  The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, ruling in Philadelphia, said that the state's initiative to legalize sports betting at casinos and race tracks, an effort to revitalize the faltering casino industry, breached the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act which banned sports betting in all but a handful of states.