Just when you think we can't do any better, WE GO A PERFECT 9-0 ON A MONDAY NIGHT!!
THAT'S RIGHT!! 9-0!!
HOW ARE YOU STILL NOT ON BOARD?!!
THIS IS WHAT OUR MEMBERS CASHED IN ON TONIGHT AS WE WENT 3-0 ATS IN THE NFL, 3-0 ATS IN NCAA BB AND 3-0 IN THE NHL -- WITH 2 +110 HITTERS AND ABOVE!!
TODAY'S PLAYS --
SEATTLE SEAHAWKS (-9) AND SEATTLE SEAHAWKS 1ST HALF (-4.5) AND OVER 38
The Seahawks have absolutely dominated the Rams in recent years and come into this one with their playoff hopes on life support for the most part and will need to make a statement early in tonight's game against this lowly Rams team. Let's start with this - the Seahawks come into this one 12-1 ML in their L13 meetings against the Rams since 2005 and they are also 10-3 ATS in that span. They have gone 8-2 ATS in the L10 meetings, which includes the Seahawks owning a perfect 5-0 ML and 4-1 ATS record in the L5 games at home, and have outscored the Rams 114-25 in the L4 meetings held at CenturyLink Field. That's right, Seattle has won the L4 meetings on their home field by scores of 16-6 (2010-11); 28-0 (2009-10); 37-13 (2008-09) and 33-6 (2007-08). The Seahawks have also gone 4-0 ATS in that span, and have been listed as the favorites by a TD or more in 3 of those 4. At home this season, the Seahawks have also been a lot tougher than their 3-3 ML record would indicate. They come into this one off of last Thursday's blowout win over the Eagles, 31-14, so they should be well-rested for tonight's contest. They have had a tough home schedule this season, facing the likes of PHI, CIN, BAL, ATL and AZ - they have managed to come out with impressive victories against PHI, BAL and AZ. They are currently 4-2 ATS at home, although they are 0-1 in the only game listed as the favorite, they have been running over teams in recent weeks, with their ground game fully establishing itself as a dominating force by going for over 100 yards in 5 straight games. The Rams will be hard-pressed to stop that Seahawks rushing attack, as they are allowing a pathetic 180 YPG on the ground over their L3. This turf team has been even worse on grass too, allowing over 206 YPG on the ground when playing on a real grass surface. Seattle has gone for 141 YPG on the ground in their L3 but haven't been as impressive at home for the season, averaging only 108 YPG in those games. But those were against some tough, tough rushing defenses as well. They will face much different competition tonight. The Rams are 1-4 ATS and ML in their L5 and 2-8 ATS and ML over their L10 overall, and come into tonight's MNF showcase having scored more than 13 points only 1 time in their L5 games and only 2 times over their L10. Their highest scoring output on the road in 2011 has been 16 points so far and that was back in Week 2 in their first road game of the season. They haven't scored more than 13 in any of their L5 games away from St. Louis and have failed to reach double-digits in 3 of those games. Even worse, they were shut out at SF last week and come into this game averaging just over 7 PPG in their L5 in someone else's house. Bradford is listed as Questionable for this one, while Feeley is doubtful, so the QB .duties could be in the hands of Brandstater. Who? Exactly. Roll with the SEATTLE SEAHAWKS to COVER both the 1ST HALF SPREAD and the GAME SPREAD in tonight's match-up and go with the Over in this one as Seattle should hit 30 by themselves.......
OVER 5.5 NEW JERSEY DEVILS @ TAMPA BAY LIGHTNING (+120) AND *10 UNITS* NEW JERSEY DEVILS PUCK LINE +1.5 (-290) AND NEW JERSEY DEVILS (+115)
Apparently Hedburg will be in net for the Devils in tonight's game, which is somewhat surprising considering his issues against the Lightning franchise on their home ice in his career. Hedburg is 1-7-1 in his 9 career meetings at TB, which equates to a 2-7 ML, with a ballooned 3.76 GAA in those 9 contests. He was impressive in his only start against them there last year however, stopping 28 shots in a 2-1 loss - but he did allow 6 goals on 30 shots in his previous start there before that (2009-10). He should get the usual help from the Devils PK unit, which is ranked 1 in the NHL overall and kills off a staggering 93% of their opponents penalty chances on the season overall. The Lightning have been struggling to score with the man advantage as well as of late, converting on just under 7% of their chances with the man advantage over their L5 and have gone 2-for-23 on the PP over their L8 games. TB fortunes don't appear to get any easier tonight against this Devils team either, as they have converted on only 1 of their L10 chances on the PP against NJ over their L3 meetings. Roloson is expected to be in net for the Lightning tonight and he was a major disappointment in his lone start against the Devils about 3 weeks back, allowing 4 goals on 24 shots in the 4-2 home loss. He was much better in his 4 starts against them last season, especially at NJ, as he posted a 5-1 win in his first start there against them last season, blocking 34 shots on that night, and then he took a tough 2-1 loss in his 2nd start there, in which he stopped 25. New Jersey has currently won 2 in a row in the series between these two teams and has gone 8-2 on the ML in the L10 meetings between them since the 2009 season. Even more impressive is the fact they are currently 7-1 ML in their L8 meetings in TB. The Devils could use a win tonight too as they have been struggling mightily as of late, going 2-5 ML in their L7 games, although they do come into this one winning 2 of 3. They are also 2-4 ML in their L6 on the road in that span. They will face off against an equally struggling Lightning team, who are an abysmal 1-6 ML in their L7 games, scoring more than 2 goals in a game only 1 time in that span, while holding their opponents to under 3 goals only 1 time in that span as well. TB is also 1-3 ML in their L4 games at home in 2011 and they are only stopping 78% of their opponents PP opportunities. Roloson has been money for the Over all season long, being involved in a game with a combined 6 goals or more in each of his L4 games and at a clip of 12-3 in his L15 games. Go with the OVER 5.5 with the nice odds in tonight's game as well as DOUBLE UP YOUR WAGER on the NEW JERSEY DEVILS to COVER on the PUCK LINE +1.5 and go with your NORMAL WAGER on the NEW JERSEY DEVILS to WIN the game as the small road underdog in this one........
ARKANSAS LITTLE ROCK TROJANS (+8)
Seems like a good spot to take the Trojans plus the points at home tonight. Although Little Rock has struggled on the ML this season going 3-7 in their 10 games, they have been a respectable 3-3 ATS so far and face off against an Oral Roberts team that is 1-4 ATS overall. These two teams have squared off 4 times in the L2 seasons and Little Rock is 3-1 ML, including winning their first meeting on Oral Roberts home court, but the two teams have split the only 2 meetings with a spread, with the spread being set with Oral Roberts as a -7.5 faves in those 2 games. Oral Roberts is 6-3 ML on the year and they have played well on their home court so far, going 5-0 ML there, but they are 0-3 ATS there and all but one game has been within single-digits at the end. They are 1-3 ML away from home, going 1-1 ATS in that span, but they are 0-2 in legitimate road games and not games played on neutral courts. Little Rock is 1-6 ML in their L7 games, but they are 3-2 ATS in that span, going 2-1 ATS on the season overall when listed as single-digit underdogs. However in those L6 losses, they have lost by 8, 6, 5 and 9 in 4 of those losses, and they haven't lost by more than 8 in any of their home games this season. Hopefully Oral Roberts doesn't improve on their dreadful shooting from downtown on the road this season, as they have averaged a measly 14% from beyond the arc on the road this season. They are allowing 54% shooting from the field on the road as well, and their opponents are outscoring them at a 75-65 average. Oral Roberts was even worse from the 3 in their last meeting in Little Rock last season, going 2-for-15 from downtown and they are 10-for-38 from downtown in the 2 career meetings held in Arkansas between the two schools. Go with ARKANSAS LITTLE ROCK to COVER the SPREAD as the near double-digit home underdog in this one........
PORTLAND STATE VIKINGS (+13.5) AND OVER 146.5
Oregon has historically owned the match-ups between these two teams as they are 7-2 ML in the 9 career meetings between the two schools since 1997, however they are only 2-3 ATS in the 5 listed games between the two schools in that span. Although we aren't expecting it today, the 2 wins for Portland State in this match-up have come on the Ducks home court. The Ducks did win last year's meeting between them by 19 points, 68-49, and did so by holding the Vikings to a miserable 31% from the field overall and limited them to only 3 made from downtown, despite Portland State taking 16 attempts. Portland State has been an impressive 5-3 ML and an even 2-2 ATS for the season overall, and although they come in off of a tough loss at UTAH VALLEY STATE last game, 93-87, they have been tough on the road this season overall. They have played in 5 games away from home in 2011 (including neutral court games), they have only lost 1 of those games by more than today's 13.5 spread - and that was by 14 to Wyoming. They were 10-point underdogs in that one, but they did cover ATS in their only other game when listed as a double-digit underdog this season - a 68-61 loss at Denver. They square off against a Ducks team that is 5-2 ML on the season, but an absolute opposite 2-5 ATS, and have only managed to win by more than today's expected spread in 1 of their 5 wins all year. In their 4 games on their home court this year, they are a perfect 4-0 ML, but they have struggled ATS, going 1-3 ATS in Oregon, and winning by only 4 against Fresno St, 5 against UTEP and 8 against Easter Washington there. The other game was a 25-point blowout of SEMST, 86-61. The Ducks will have Joseph making his first start in Oregon due to eligibility issues, and the Minnesota transfer played in the Fresno State game and seemed to fit right into the mix, scoring 18 in that outing. He averaged slightly over 11 PPG there in 2010-2011, but his PPG production had increased substantially every year since he started off with a 5 PPG average as a freshman there. He should be in line for a breakout year and might give reason to stay tuned to the Ducks down the line. The Vikings did get a combined 58 points from their 3 star shooters, with Tapscott and Lozeau each putting in 17 and Odum adding 24 in that loss to Utah Valley State. The trio is averaging nearly 51 PPG between them on the season overall and are a big reason for the Vikings averaging nearly 70 PPG in their L5 overall. The team as a whole has connected on nearly 45% of their FG in that span and have managed to knock down a consistent 75% of their FT, which should help keep this one overall in the end. They have shot a dismal 20% from downtown over their L5 and only muster a 14% success rate from beyond the arc, but they have managed to out-rebound their opponents by an average of 5 RPG for the season overall. Roll with the PORTLAND STATE VIKINGS to COVER the SPREAD as the massive underdog in this one and for this one to easily go OVER the total......
WE ARE ABSOLUTELY ROLLING!!
THE PROFITS WE ARE MAKING WILL MAKE THIS THE BEST CHRISTMAS OF YOUR ENTIRE LIFE!!
GET ON BOARD TODAY AND START WINNING HUGE WITH PORT PORT SPORTS!!