are doing it again!! Just like during the 2011-2012 season, we are
releasing every play for the 2012 NCAA FB/NFL season right on the website!! No gimmicks, no
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season we posted a 161-100 record on the season in the NCAA FB overall and from week #1 to the final BOWL game, we CASHED IN for a whopping +90 UNITS of PROFITS in the NCAA FB!!
This season we are already coming up HUGE in the NFL once again, as we have posted 16 WINNING WEEKS through the first 20 weeks of the NFL AND PLAYOFF season and have CASHED IN FOR OVER +30 UNITS of PROFITS!!
2012-2013 NFL PLAYOFFS: (18-9) +5.45 UNITS
We started off the Playoffs by hitting our biggest play on the board during the WILD CARD weekend with the SEAHAWKS coming through quite easily during round 1 of action!! After they fell down 14-0 in the 1st quarter and were squaring off against the mighty RGIII and his Redskins at home, we were extremely concerned. But then the kid phenom started limping and the Seahawks coasted to an easy victory from there. Week 2 was a HUGE WEEKEND of action as PROMISED as we went a PERFECT 4-0 in ALL PLAYS over 1 UNIT!! And we ended the weekend with a nice 6-2 mark in ALL NFL PLAYOFF action and we just continue to dominate the NFL!! The Super Bowl almost ended with a HUGE BANG as the 49'ers came storming all the way back to lose 34-31, after being down 28-6 in the 3rd quarter!! But unfortunately, we were on the losing side on the big plays, although we did happen to pull off an amazing 7-1 finish to the season in PROPS to ease the sting!! All in all, it was ANOTHER HUGE FOOTBALL SEASON OF PROFITS!! Now for Hoops......
SUPER BOWL: (1-1) -3.25 UNITS
*5 UNITS* SAN FRANCISCO 49'ERS (-3.5)
*2 UNITS* OVER 47.5 BALTIMORE RAVENS @ SAN FRANCISCO 49'ERS
PROPS: (7-1) +1.35 UNITS (ALL PROPS = 0.25 UNIT WAGER)
OVER 4.5 SACKS: BOTH TEAMS (+135)
LAST SCORE IN GAME NOT A TD (+160)
TEAM TO SCORE LONGEST FG IN GAME: BALTIMORE (-150)
WILL THERE BE A 1-YARD TD IN GAME: NO (+105)
LONGEST FG SCORED IN THE GAME: UNDER 46.5 (-120)
TEAM TO HAVE MOST 1ST DOWNS IN GAME: SAN FRANCISCO -1.5 (-120)
TOTAL TD MADE IN GAME BY SAN FRANCISCO: OVER 2.5 (-145)
BALTIMORE TOTAL RUSHING YARDS IN GAME: UNDER 104.5 (-125)
CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP: (3-1) +4.95 UNITS
*2 UNITS* OVER 48.5 SAN FRANCISCO 49'ERS @ ATLANTA FALCONS
*2 UNITS* SAN FRANCISCO 49'ERS (-3.5)
*2 UNITS* BALTIMORE RAVENS (+8)
OVER 51 BALTIMORE RAVENS @ NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
DIVISIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP: (6-2) +7.90 UNITS
*2 UNITS* NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (-9.5)
*2 UNITS* OVER 48.5 HOUSTON TEXANS @ NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
*2 UNITS* BALTIMORE RAVENS (+9)
*2 UNITS* OVER 45 GREEN BAY PACKERS @ SAN FRANCISCO 49'ERS
SAN FRANCISCO 49'ERS (-3)
UNDER 45.5 BALTIMORE RAVENS @ DENVER BRONCOS
OVER 45.5 SEATTLE SEAHAWKS @ ATLANTA FALCONS
ATLANTA FALCONS (-3)
WILDCARD ROUND: (2-4) -3.55 UNITS
*4 UNITS* SEATTLE SEAHAWKS (-3)
*2.5 UNITS* MINNESOTA VIKINGS (+8)
*2.5 UNITS* OVER 45.5 MINNESOTA VIKINGS @ GREENBAY PACKERS
*2.5 UNITS* CINCINNATI BENGALS (+4)
*2.5 UNITS* UNDER 42.5 CINCINNATI BENGALS @ HOUSTON TEXANS
*2 UNITS* OVER 45 SEATTLE SEAHAWKS @ WASHINGTON REDSKINS
WEEK #1: (11-4) +6.30 UNITS
It was a good start to the NFL season, as we once again jumped out to a MONSTER start to our NFL season, pulling in +6.30 UNITS while posting an 11-4 record overall!! Last season, I believe we started out 10-1, so this could be considered a slight disappointment, but we will take it!! 11-4 and +6.30 UNITS to kick off WEEK 1!! We love the NFL!!
DALLAS COWBOYS (+3.5)
SAN FRANCISCO 49'ERS (+5)
BUFFALO BILLS (+2.5)
OVER 38 BUFFALO BILLS @ NEW YORK JETS
OVER 45.5 ST. LOUIS RAMS @ DETROIT LIONS
ST. LOUIS RAMS (+8.5)
1ST HALF: NEW ORLEANS SAINTS (-4.5)
1ST HALF: HOUSTON TEXANS (-7.5)
ARIZONA CARDINALS (+3)
DENVER BRONCOS (-2.5)
1ST HALF: BALTIMORE RAVENS (-3.5)
BALTIMORE RAVENS (-7)
OVER 45.5 DALLAS COWBOYS @ NEW YORK GIANTS
OAKLAND RAIDERS (-1)
*0.5 UNITS* UNDER 47 SAN DIEGO CHARGERS @ OAKLAND RAIDERS
WOW!! We have had a rough start to the football season, but that will turn around!! We struggled through WEEK 2 like most of the sharps out there, as we started off on the wrong note on Thursday night and never hit a single play in any of the Prime-time games this week!! Not a single one!! We have been rolling extremely hot for the L5 months, so we knew a little downfall was expected, but we never expected the football season to start off in this fashion!! Even after an 11-4 starting week, we are now in the red after our brutal streak in the Prime-time games!! But we will turn it around!! I love how everyone expects this to be the end of us!! Bad streaks happen too!! Usually we get our MEMBERS up HUGE to start off a season, but this year we are going through the rough stretches first apparently. Watch us still pull off a 100+ UNIT season of PROFITS in football action!! It will be done!! On to Week #3......
NEW YORK GIANTS (-7)
NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (-13.5)
BUFFALO BILLS (-3)
MINNESOTA VIKINGS (-3)
OVER 46 DETROIT LIONS @ SAN FRANCISCO 49'ERS
HOUSTON TEXANS (-7)
ST. LOUIS RAMS (+3.5)
DETROIT LIONS (+7)
OVER 48 ARIZONA CARDINALS @ NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
1ST HALF: OVER 23 DETROIT LIONS @ SAN FRANCISCO 49'ERS
DENVER BRONCOS (+3)
DENVER BRONCOS MONEY LINE (+145)
*2 UNITS* CHICAGO BEARS (+5)
OVER 51 CHICAGO BEARS @ GREEN BAY PACKERS
*0.5 UNITS* BEARS MONEY LINE (+210)
*0.5 UNITS* OVER 51.5 BRONCOS @ FALCONS
WEEK #3: (9-7) +1.65 UNITS
What can you say about Week 3?! We had a nice start to the week and finished it off in WINNING fashion, as we ended the SATURDAY/SUNDAY part of NFL and NCAA FB action on a 12-6 ATS run to end the week!! We are slowly picking up steam in the FOOTBALL action and are looking to destroy the bookies in the FOOTBALL action once again this season!! We are so far having a WINNING NFL season and if we wouldn't have had a dreadful stretch in FOOTBALL there for a 3-day stretch, we would absolutely be crushing it again!! But we are going to finish off Week 4 strong and keep this a nice PROFITABLE NFL season once again!! Oh yeah, and those replacement refs really screwed us this week, as we were rolling on the GB Packers as the ML favorites, and were screwed on that horrendous MNF call to end the game when the awarded a catch to the one-handed reliever Tate, instead of the obvious INT to Jennings, who had both hands on the ball, tucked it into his chest and was even awarded the INT by one ref. That play, resulted in the first ever TD catch to end regulation and win the game for the 1st time in MNF history (over 600+ games) and screwed us out of our easy winner as it gave the Seahawks the win, 14-12. Horrible!! But thankfully, it did speed up the negotiations between the NFL and the ref union, and now the refs will be back on the field this week. But did they have to completely screw us first?!
CAROLINA PANTHERS (-2.5) AND UNDER 49.5
The Giants are going to be without a few key players tonight, which has moved this line about 4 points overall, taking the Panthers from 1-point home dogs to -2.5 home favorites for this Thursday night showdown in Carolina. The Giants are coming in with a ton of momentum after coming back to beat the Bucs by a TD last week after falling behind early, and they did it in shootout fashion, which is something that does concern me here tonight. If the Giants puts on another scoring display, the Panthers might not even get a shot to respond themselves, as I'm not sure this Panthers offense is fully clicking yet in 2012, in Cam Newton's much anticipated sophomore season. The Panthers have some momentum of their own though as they come in off beating the New Orleans Saints for the first time in 9 previous tries and with the shortened week should be able to carry that momentum over into tonight's meeting. Eli with be without Bradshaw, Nicks and Hixon, as well as Diehl from the line. The Panthers on the other hand are fairly healthy with Smith listed as probable and Stewart as questionable for the game tonight. Yes, Eli threw for over 500 yards in last week's contest, but he was picked 3 times by that Buccaneers D and if Newton can get his offense going early, this might be a long night for the G men. I expect this one to be sloppy and ugly for the most part on both sides of the ball, so we'll roll with the Under here. And with the short week, the momentum from beating New Orleans last week, and a chance for Cam Newton to shine in a prime-time game for the NFL and the rest of the world to see, we will go with the young team at home. Go with the CAROLINA PANTHERS and the UNDER in tonight's Thursday Night NFL game..........
CINCINNATI BENGALS (+3) AND OVER 49 BENGALS @ REDSKINS
Well, the RG3 express will officially make his first home start today and it comes against yet another tough opponent as the Redskins have had no favors done them so far this season, as they had to start the season in New Orleans and then had to play in St. Louis the following week. I have to assume everyone is thinking the Redskins are going to come out and blow the doors off the Bengals here today, but upon deeper examination that may not be the case. The Bengals have fared well against Washington in their brief history squaring off against each other, with Cincinnati holding a 3-2 ML edge in their 5 career meetings, although not a single one of those 5 meetings has ever been decided by more than 7 points. Despite these two teams not having played each other since 2008, this meetings should be close when the final whistle sounds. We will also give the edge to the Bengals who have found themselves a proven QB in Dalton and the kid is having another decent season as he has about 540 yards in the air so far this season, while tossing 3 TD and only 2 INT. Dalton is also coming in off a banner day for the youngster, as he threw for nearly 320 yards against the Browns last game, also tossing 3 TD and 1 INT as he led the Bengals to a 7-point win against the Browns at home. In 2011, Dalton had 3 games in which he threw for 298 yards or more, and he followed those games by leading the Browns to a 2-1 ML record in the 3 games that followed the week after. If this one is close during the 4th quarter most likely will be a good thing also, as Dalton is currently the highest rated QB in the AFC during the 4th-quarter this season, as he holds a 131.7 QBR during the final quarter, going 12-for-15 with a TD in the 4th quarter on the season. He was a perfect 8-for-8 during the 4th quarter last week against Cleveland as well. The biggest challenge today will be trying to contain RG3 and the newly dominating Washington offense which is currently averaging almost 416 YPG in the first 2 games this season and has led the charge towards 68 points combined this season. The Bengals defense will need a big game here and they are due for one. This has already been called the worst start for a Bengals defense in 30 years as they have struggled to stop anyone through their first two games, as they have allowed 310 YPG in the air so far this season and have allowed a total of 71 points to Cleveland and Baltimore in their first 2 games. The Redskins suffered the worst kind of loss last week against St. Louis, as they were virtually in line for an easy FG attempt to win the game, until Josh Morgan flipped out and drew an unsportsmanlike penalty that ultimately cost the Redskins any chance. It was a tough luck loss for Washington and they may come in looking for blood today, but all in all the Bengals should have enough to keep this one within the FG spread. Jump on CINCINNATI to come through as a road dog in DC today.......
NEW YORK JETS (-1.5)
What a strange week this week is in the NFL. There appears to be trap games all across the board. This one just might be one of them, but I truly have no idea how the Jets could only be giving one measly point to the lowly Dolphins. I actually had the Dolphins win over the Raiders last week myself, as it was just a bad spot for Oakland there, so the +3-point line there made a lot of sense to me. This one does not. The Jets might be in desperation mode already, as they opened the season by scoring 40+ points against the Bills and were the toast of the NFL and now one week later, they are coming in off a blowout loss against the Steelers and suddenly everyone thinks their season is finished. Not so for me though, as I think the Jets were completely outclassed from the get-go last week and this week should be a different story and Rex Ryan should have his boys pumped up and playing for pride again. The one thing that does make me pause here however, is the fact that the Jets haven't beaten the Dolphins twice in a season since back in 2007, which as of right now, we are essentially saying we are expecting them to do. These two teams have split each of the L4 games over the L2 seasons, with both home teams getting the win last season, and the two road teams picking up the win in the 2010 season. Sanchez will be looking to make up for last week's debacle of a game against the Steelers, in which he hit for barely over 35% of his passes for less than 140 yards and a TD on the team's opening drive. He was pretty brutal in the Jets trip to Miami last season, as he threw for 207 yards and was picked 3 times to go along with 2 TD, in a game the Dolphins held on to win, 19-17. The Jets defense was playing huge all game, holding the Dolphins offense to only 6 points through the first 3 quarters, before the doors fell off and they allowed 13 in the 4th to lose the game by 2. The final score actually ended up being a lot closer than the game actually was, as Sanchez threw a TD pass with a little over a minute left to give the Jets a late score and close the gap to 2 points. Sanchez has been much better in his career against the Dolphins however, as in the other 5 games he has faced the team, he has tossed 7 TD passes and only 1 INT. And Sanchez hasn't been all that bad this season so far, as he has only tossed 1 INT against 4 TD so far, while escaping from the Steelers game without a turnover. He has also performed well when playing against the Dolphins in Miami, as in his other two starts there, he has nearly 450 yards passing and has tossed 4 TD and 0 INT, yet the Jets are a career 1-2 ML in his 3 starts in Miami. The Jets have a roster full of people on the injury report for this week, but it appears that the likes of Cromartie, Mangold, Revis, Pace, Landry, Scott, Trufant and Sanchez will all be on the field for game time. Question marks do still remain on Keller and Conner though, although that shouldn't be enough to trip up the Jets here. The Jets will have to shut down Reggie Bush and a Dolphins backfield that is currently averaging 170+ YPG in 2012, and that could pose a serious challenge for the Jets as they are allowing over 130 YPG on the ground through their first two games, although that was largely thanks to Spiller in the first game of the season, as the running back for the Bills torched them for nearly 170 yards on the ground in that meeting. Bush has never actually found the end zone in his 2 career games against the Jets, but it isn't necessarily like they have contained him either, as he has 16 rushes against the franchise in his career and has totaled 108 yards on the ground for a staggering 6.8 yards-per-carry average. The Jets have to right the ship quick and they will have to break out of their current 2-7 ML slump in their L9 on the road overall. With Tannenhill under center for the Dolphins, today seems like a good day for that to happen. Go with the NEW YORK JETS to eek out a close victory here today.......
MINNESOTA VIKINGS (+7)
So we all know I am high on the 49'ers to do some serious damage to the rest of the NFL this season, but for some reason this game is just screaming trap at me. Not only is an astounding 80% of the public on San Francisco as the favorite here, but when these two teams have fared off in the last decade, it has actually been the Vikings that have done the winning. The Vikings have won 2 straight and 4 of the L5 meetings between the two squads since 1999 and the underdog has managed to come through in 3 of the L4 games between them. The Vikings actually haven't lost at home to the 49'ers in any of their L4 games played in Minnesota since 1993 and if you go all the way back to the 1985-86 season, San Francisco is actually only 2-6 ML in their L8 games played in Minnesota, with their only 2 wins there being decided by 3 points each. So let's fast forward to recent seasons, shall we? Yes, San Francisco picked up a huge win against the Packers in prime-time to kick off their season, but if you take a look back to last season, this 49'ers team was no guarantee on the road, let alone by a -7 point spread there. San Francisco was 6-2 ML on the road last season and did go 5-3 ATS when away from home, but they were mostly the underdogs in that situation and were only a mere 2-2 ATS when listed as the favorite. Even further, they only had 1 win on the road last season that came by more than 7 points (won by 8 at Washington) with 3 of those games ultimately decided by 2 points or less and 5 games ultimately decided by 6 points or less, making them a dismal 1-6-1 against today's spread in their 8 games away from home during the regular season in 2011. They were also 1-7 ML on the road during the 2010 season, although that was before Harbaugh came into town. But still, there is a trend in play here that has been a killer for a team in the 49'ers situation over the last few years and is currently 2-1 ML for the home team already in 2012. And the Vikings have made a living out of playing their competition tight in recent games, as both of their 2 games this season have been decided by 3 points (with one decided in OT and the other decided with about 20 seconds left in the game) and that dates back to last season as 6 of their L7 games overall have been decided by 6 points or less and in fact, 13 of their L18 games have ultimately been decided by a TD or less, with 10 of the L14 Vikings losses being decided by a TD or less. And the Vikings have been even tougher at home lately, as dating back to the start of last season, they have either won the game outright, or lost by a TD or less in 8 of their L9 games played at the Metrodome. Further expounding on that, they have either won the game outright, or lost by a TD or less in 14 of their L17 games played on the Metrodome turf. It definitely won't be an easy task, as the 49'ers are holding opposing rushing attacks to a mere 64 YPG so far this season, although they have yet to face a caliber of running back quite in the same ballpark as AP. The Vikings have been tough defensively themselves, as they have contained the opponents rushing attack to less than 100 yards per game so far this season, while also keeping their horrendous secondary above water, by only allowing just over 220 yards in the air per game. The key to the Vikings success will rest on 3 things here today. Can AP get his game going and get over the 100-yard mark? Can Ponder produce around 250 yards passing today, like he has done on average this season, and against a SF secondary that is also allowing almost 250 YPG in the air this season? And lastly, can the Vikings defense shut down a 49'er rushing attack that is going for nearly 170 yards per game on average this season? Sure the 49'ers have been deadly on rushing games since Harbaugh took over, allowing only Lynch of the Seahawks last season to rush for over 100 yards in a game against them and holding opposing rushing games to a little over 100 yards combined this season already. But AP is still looking for that big game and should be that much closer to being healthy, so I will give him the edge in today's early morning meeting. Ponder should do enough to keep the Vikings within reach as usual and lastly, yes, I do think this Vikings defense will hold the San Francisco offense in check for the most part. And again, almost 80% of the public is on San Francisco here. Is Vegas really going to let 80% of the public cash in so easily. I think not. Avoid the trap. Roll with the MINNESOTA VIKINGS to COVER as the home underdogs today........
TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS (+8)
Okay, so this Tampa Bay team may not necessarily surprise anyone today, after they held on to beat Carolina in week 1, 16-10, and then had to endure a massive Giant comeback in order for them to lose last week at NY, 41-34. The Cowboys destroyed the Giants in NY to open up the season, but then followed that up with a pathetic showing in Seattle last week, where they were eventually stomped by the Seahawks, 27-7. So why the huge spread for the home Cowboys? Good question. The Cowboys did beat the Bucs in Tampa last season, 31-15, as the -7 point favorites, behind a near 250 yard effort by Romo with 3 TD and 0 INT. Felix Jones was the featured back that day and also managed to torch the Bucs defensive line for almost 110 yards from out of the backfield. Freeman had a horrible day for the Bucs, going 17-for-27 in the air, for a mere 148 yards, but he didn't have an INT and did throw a TD pass, while also rushing for a team-high 34 yards. The Bucs managed a mere 7 first downs in that contest and Freeman was sacked 3 times and the Cowboys also forced a crucial turnover. But is this the same Cowboys defense? They certainly got up for their week 1 match-up against the Giants, as their defense held the golden arm of Eli Manning to only 213 yards passing and 1 TD and the defense was all over him, sacking him 3 times and forcing a fumble while keeping the Giants offense to a mere 17 points. They didn't seem to be on the same page last week, as they allowed over 120 yards rushing to Lynch and they only sacked the youngster Wilson 2 times in the contest. Romo has had a decent start to his 2012 season so far as he has thrown for almost 560 yards through 2 games with 4 TD and 2 INT to go with a 97+ QBR overall. In fact, Romo has been virtually perfect against the Bucs through 3 career games against them, as he has tossed for almost 1,000 yards in those meetings and has 11 TD and 0 INT, to go along with a QBR of 144.8 lifetime against the franchise. He is 3-3 ML in his 6 career home openers with him under center as the starting QB, but only one of those wins was by more than today's 8-point spread (10), and last season they opened their home season as -3.5 favorites and ended up narrowly escaping a victory over Washington, 18-16. Dallas does own a 4-0 ML and ATS mark in the L4 meetings between these two teams, and they have actually posted a 5-1 ATS record against Tampa Bay in their L6 meetings since 2001. But this Bucs team is playing on a different level than usual and should be ready for another tightly contested battle here today and this team seems to have the memories of last season's 10 straight losses to end the season still fresh in their mind. Last week was the first time this Bucs offense has gone for over 30 points in a game since the day after Christmas in 2010 and they followed up that game with a decisive win over New Orleans, 23-13. And since Freeman has been the QB for TB that has been a telling stat, as when he has led his team to 30+ points, he is 2-2 ML and would be 4-0 against today's number on the spread, with his only losses in those games coming by 4 points or less. The favorite is also 5-0 ATS in the L5 meetings between these two squads, but the Bucs have played their best ball in the opening month of the season lately, posting a perfect 4-0 ATS record during September in the L2 seasons. Take the TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS as the huge underdogs here today and also make a play on the OVER..........
HOUSTON TEXANS (-1.5)
For some reason I love the Texans here. This team is solid in every category and can put up a lot of points in a hurry, while playing enough defense to stop teams from scoring on them as well. Yes, Peyton owns the Texans, but that has been dormant for the L2 years and was against some very different Texans teams. Houston comes into this one 2-0 ML and ATS on the season so far, although they have played two very weak teams in Jacksonville and Miami. The Broncos are currently in an 0-6-1 ATS streak in their L7 Sunday games following an appearance on Monday night the week before. Today seems like a good day for Houston to officially get their offense kicking into full gear and I expect them to welcome Peyton back with open arms. Roll with the HOUSTON TEXANS to beat Peyton and the Denver Broncos here today........
ATLANTA FALCONS (+3)
The Chargers appear to be back to their old form, jumping out to a perfect 2-0 record with Rivers and the offense showing signs of returning to the glory days after a disappointing season in 2011. San Diego residents might think otherwise as they have seen this same song and dance before and until this team officially gets over the hump and wins a championship, even an AFC one, they most likely wont be jumping on the bandwagon until they do. There just is too much to do in San Diego. After all, it isn't know as the whale's vagina for nothing. Right, Mr. Burgundy? Alright, I digress, but the point here is that the Chargers are playing top notch ball again and have to be looking forward to proving themselves against a quality Atlanta team that just happened to knock off Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos on Monday night. That game was at home of course for Atlanta and that is where Ryan thrives, as the up-and-coming QB is now a staggering 27-4 ML in his 31 career home games. This team pretty much destroyed the Broncos by causing Manning to throw 3 INT and causing 4 turnovers on the Broncos overall. Ryan also picked apart the Broncos defense as he completed 24-of-36 passes for nearly 220 yards and 2 TD. Ryan hasn't always just thrived indoors, either. He had an excellent start to the season against Kansas City, as he passed for 299 yards and had 3 TD without an INT in the Falcons 40-24 blowout victory. His last game on grass wasn't too shabby either, as he tossed for 320 yards and 4 TD against the Panthers last season as well. The QB also has one game played against the Chargers in his career and performed well in San Diego, as he completed 17-of-23 passes for 207 yards and ended up tossing 2 TD and 0 INT. They will need Turner to get his game going here today, as the top back has rushed for a pitiful 74 yards in his first 2 games and 28 rushes so far this season. He most likely will also be looking forward to facing his old team for the second time, and if it goes anything like the first time he faced them, when he carried the ball 31 times for 120 yards and a 3.9 YPC average. Rivers also struggled in his one career meeting against the Falcons (same game as Ryan) and was a dismal 17-for-30 for 149 yards and was sacked 3 times, although he didn't turn the ball over at all in that game. He won't have it all that easy here today either as he faces an Atlanta defense that has produced an average of 3.5 turnovers per game so far this season. The Falcons own the history between these two teams too, as they have picked up the win in each of the L5 meetings and has posted a 5-1 ML mark in their 6 meetings against the San Diego franchise. They are a perfect 3-0 ML and ATS in the 3 match-ups played in San Diego. Run with the ATLANTA FALCONS to COVER as a road dog in this Sunday afternoon affair......
ARIZONA CARDINALS (+3.5)
This one should be close down to the end. I can see the Eagles maybe jumping out to a lead, but the Cardinals will work themselves back into this game and should legitimately have a shot to win this game when all is said and done. The Cardinals are coming in off perhaps the biggest win in their regular season history with last week's surprising beat-down of the New England Patriots on their home turf. Honestly though, the Cardinals were lucky to escape even with the win there, as it took an extremely rare, badly missed FG from Gostkowski with virtually no time left on the clock, to seal the deal. Arizona pulled off a massive upset last year against this same Eagles team (although it was in Philadelphia) as they won in November, 21-17, as the +13.5 point underdogs, using a 14-point 4th quarter comeback to propel them into the win. They dominated Vick at the line and secondary, as the veteran QB was only able to complete 16-of-34 passes for 128 yards, while tossing 2 INT and 0 TD. Vick did have a decent day on the ground though, rushing 8 times for 79 yards, but obviously it didn't have much of an effect on the game overall. And the Cardinals have actually won 2 in a row against the NFC East favorites, also taking 3-of-the-L4 contests between the two teams, with a 32-25 win the last time these two teams met up in Arizona, although that was when McNabb was under center for the Eagles and Warner was playing for Arizona. The L2 times Fitzgerald has faced off against the Eagles, it hasn't mattered the QB, as he caught 7 passes for 146 yards and 2 TD in last season's win with Skelton as his QB, and he had 9 catches for 152 yards and 3 TD when Warner was throwing him the ball. That is what they will need today. Skelton was great against the Eagles last season, as he tossed for 315 yards and 3 TD (with 2 INT) in 2011 as he just tore up the Eagles secondary. However, Skelton will be on the sidelines today, nursing an injured ankle, so the job will be left in the hands of Kolb, who has seemed to finally find some sort of rhythm during his disappointing time in AZ. He has done it with pretty mediocre stats though, as he tossed for only 140 yards last week with a TD, but he has done enough to get the job done in the end. His slow start has been disastrous for Fitzgerald personally though, as it has meant that the star receiver has yet to record 8 catches, as Heap leads the team with 8. Kolb has yet to face his former team so far in his career and he should be playing with even extra motivation as his wife is also expected to give birth to his child sometime during the day. But the Cardinals will also have to keep the pressure on Vick all afternoon and will have to force Vick into a turnover or two if they want to have a legitimate shot at winning this game. Vick and the Eagles have led the NFL in the turnover department so far, losing the ball 9 times to the opposition over the first 2 games in 2012, and Vick has actually thrown 4 INT when facing off against the Cardinals in his career. He has never thrown a TD pass against them, and has struggled to get into any kind of groove against this staunch Arizona defense. Vick has a horrendous QBR of 44.6 against the Cardinals in 3 career games against them, completing only just over 50% of his passes and throwing for less than 400 yards combined in those 3 games. He has averaged almost 100 YPG on the ground against them, but has also never found the end zone as a rusher either versus the Cards. The Eagles are also taking a few hits by way of injury for this game, as they will be without starting center Kelce and also without the services of starting wide-out, and team leader in TD, Maclin. So it appears that already before the game, the Cardinals will undoubtedly have pressure on Vick. Philadelphia will most likely not match their season averages on offense (470+ total YPG) but if they can hold the Cardinals to below 250 yards of total offense (their 2012 average) they might not need to. The Eagles have been on an amazing run as of late, winning all of their L10 games (including preseason 2012 and last season) but their run should end here today as they have the Giants at home next week and the Steelers in Pittsburgh the week after that and they might get caught looking ahead by an apparently hungry and tough Cardinals team that has also won 7 of their L8 regular season games dating back to last season and has also posted a 9-2 ML record in their L11 games. They have also won 6 straight at home dating back to the 2011 season, with outright home wins over San Francisco, Dallas and Seattle as the underdogs. Take the ARIZONA CARDINALS to COVER as the home underdog off of a huge road win......
DETROIT LIONS (-3.5)
Okay this one has potential trap written all over it too, but I just can't figure out a way that the Lions don't actually win this game, let alone by at least a TD difference in the end. They come in with the 6th-ranked passing defense in the NFL which will force Locker and the Titans to most likely rely on their rushing game, which has been slow to get going, although they do have one of the best running backs in the league and there is no telling when Johnson is going to break out and have a monster game. He does face a defense that is allowing almost 115 YPG on the ground through their first 2 games this season, but again, their rushing attack has done absolutely nothing this season, averaging a pathetic 29 YPG on the ground so far in 2012. Not quite sure they can get back on track facing a Suh and company though. Go with the DETROIT LIONS to COVER as the road favorites in this one.......
INDIANAPOLIS COLTS (-3) AND OVER 42.5 JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS @ INDIANAPOLIS COLTS
The Colts needed every second of regulation last week to outlast the Vikings in Luck's home opener and now they have a chance to make it 2-1 for the young rookie, if they can get past the lowly Jaguars in this one. The Colts did lose both meetings between these two teams last season, but as we know that was without the big guy under center, and not surprisingly, although the Colts are 1-3 ML in the L4 meetings against Jacksonville, they are 4-3 ML in the L7 meetings, thanks to beating them 3 times in a row prior to that. This Colts team might be better than most people are giving them credit for, because we expected Minnesota to go into Indianapolis last week and do it the other way around, escaping with a tight victory. But the Colts had different ideas, and had the Vikings down 20-6 before the Vikings amounted a last dash comeback, forcing the Colts to win it with a FG with seconds left. Jacksonville's season has started much in the same way as the Colts, although they were on the losing end in both of their games, losing a tight one in Minnesota by a FG in OT and getting blown out by the Texans in Houston last week. Both Gabbert and Luck put up nearly identical stats in those 2 games against the Vikings, with Gabbert tossing for 260 yards and 2 TD, while Luck was in the 230 yard range with 2 TD himself. And both defenses were pretty similar against Ponder as well, as the Jaguars allowed Ponder to throw for 270 yards with 0 TD and sacked him twice, while the Colts held him to 245 yards and sacked him 2 times for 30 yards lost, although they did allow him to throw 2 TD against their secondary. But don't expect this one to be a game of defenses, despite how awful these two offenses have looked at times. Gabbert has continued to struggle in his transition to the NFL, as he comes into this game averaging only 150 YPG in the air in 2012, but Gabbert is 2-0 against the Colts in his career, and he has tossed for 2 TD compared to 1 INT for 210 yards and a QBR in the low-80's. He has put a lot of pressure on MJD to get things going, and the big back has struggled to find his rhythm so far this season, and might be in for another long day against the Colts, who held Peterson to only 60 yards last week on 16 carries, and Forte to just over 80 yards the week prior. Jones-Drew has yet to top 140 yards rushing for the season, although he has put up some monster numbers against this Colts team in his career, rushing for over 1200 yards and 9 TD in his 12 games against the club. He has also added another 3 TD and 330 yards as a receiver and if Gabbert finds him early, the Colts could have some problems on their hands. But the Colts should be pumped up after last week's huge win for their star rookie and should have enough momentum left in the tank to make it a perfect 2-0 ML at home to start this season. Just like Manning was notorious for doing. Jacksonville has also started out the season in horrible fashion in recent years, posting a 2-5 ATS record in their L7 September games. Take the INDIANAPOLIS COLTS to COVER the SPREAD by a mere FG and play the OVER in this early morning showdown.......
CLEVELAND BROWNS (+3)
Okay, so I fully expected to take the Bills here in today's battle, but with the way the Browns have been hanging in ball games this season, they might be worth a shot here today at home, trying to avoid the dreaded 0-3 ML mark to kick off the season. The Browns have narrowly lost both of their games to kick off 2012, suffering a 17-16 loss against the mighty Eagles in week 1, before coming back hard on Cincinnati last week in a 34-27 loss to their inter-state rivals. Weeden was absolutely horrible for the Brown in that career-opening loss against the Eagles, as he passed for under 115 yards and gave away 4 INT without a single TD, seriously hindering his defense, which responded huge by holding the Eagles to only 17 points. The aging rookie responded huge in his second game against the Bengals though, as he threw for over 320 yards and was perfect with 2 TD and 0 INT, so it will be interesting to see today if he plays like he did in week 2. If he does and the defense holds strong, this should be a perfect spot for the upset win, especially when you consider how horrendous the Bills have been on the road in their last couple seasons. The Bills are currently in an 0-8 ML funk on the road (also going 1-6-1 ATS in that span) and haven't won away from Buffalo since they beat the Chiefs in KC to open up the 2011 season. But it has been even worse for the Bills on the road, as they have actually gone 4-17 ML in their L21 games on the road and 8-23 ML in their L31 games on the road, dating back to 5 seasons ago. The Browns must find a way to exploit the Bills defense and they also must find a way to contain CJ Spiller, who has been destroying opposing defenses all season long so far. Spiller has rushed for nearly 300 yards through the first 2 games this season, besting both the Jets and Chiefs defenses for 169 yards and 123 yards respectively, while rushing for 3 total TD. He failed to get that same kind of explosiveness going in his first meeting against the Browns in his career, as he was held to only 33 yards on 8 carries by the Browns front line, although he was sharing duties with Jackson then, and with Jackson officially ruled as out for tomorrow, he will be the featured guy from the start. Fitzpatrick has been mediocre against the Browns in his career so far, as through 3 games against the team, he has 3 TD and 3 INT, while completing under 60% of his passes and has a low QBR in the 70-range. He hasn't really found his rhythm yet in 2012, as he is only completing just over 50% of his passes and has yet to go over the 200 yard passing mark in either of his first 2 games. Cleveland is in desperate need of a home win today as well, as they have gone 1-4 ML in their L5 games on their own home field, however, 5 of their L6 games at home (and 6 of their L8 there) have been decided by 4 points or less. This one just seems to present a good chance to take the home team here. Even with Weeden having a horrible game against the Eagles in his debut, the Browns still managed to keep the game decided by a point. There is always a chance that the Bills offense will come out and put 40 points on the board in any game, but with the way they have been playing on the road and with the way the Browns defense has come to the aid of their young QB, we will take a chance on the CLEVELAND BROWNS to pick up the COVER as the home dog.........
BALTIMORE RAVENS (-2.5)
GREEN BAY PACKERS MONEY LINE (-145)
The Packers are being backed by 75% of the public and although that makes me a little wary, I just can't see the Seahawks stopping this Packers offense like they did the Cowboys last week. Could be way off here, but I like the Packers to escape with a win here and it might even be in a bit of blowout fashion too. But if it's close, we will leave the points on the board and make the ML play on this one only. Take the GREEN BAY PACKERS on the MONEY LINE tonight.......
WEEK #4: (8-4) +3.80 UNITS
We had a MONSTER SUNDAY of action in the NFL once again this week, as we pulled off a 7-2 ATS SUNDAY in our NFL for +4.90 UNITS of PROFITS on the day!! They couldn't screw us really in any way this week in the NFL as they did with the GB PACKERS on MNF last week!! We just dominated the NFL once again this week and now we have gone 22-9 ATS in weeks 1, 3 and 4 on Sundays!! 22-9 ATS!! We love our SUNDAY PIGSKIN around here!!
CHICAGO BEARS (+3)
UNDER 41.5 CHICAGO BEARS @ DALLAS COWBOYS
CAROLINA PANTHERS (+7)
SAN DIEGO CHARGERS (-1)
NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (-4)
NEW ORLEANS SAINTS (+9)
OVER 53 NEW ORLEANS SAINTS @ GREEN BAY PACKERS
TENNESSEE TITANS (+11.5)
ST. LOUIS RAMS (+3)
NEW YORK JETS (+4)
MIAMI DOLPHINS (+4.5)
BALTIMORE RAVENS (-12)
WEEK #5: +1.85 UNITS
It wasn't a monster week in the NFL action for WEEK #5, but we did once again pull out ANOTHER WINNING WEEK overall. It started off on a good note as we picked up the easy casher with the ST. LOUIS RAMS on the MONEY LINE to kick off the THURSDAY night action, and then we followed it through the Monday Night game with a win on the NY JETS as the huge home underdogs that nobody gave a chance too. Fortunately we did, and we CASHED IN ANOTHER WINNING WEEK in the end!!
ST. LOUIS RAMS MONEY LINE (+115) AND OVER 39.5 ARIZONA CARDINALS @ ST. LOUIS RAMS
NEW YORK JETS (+9.5)
MIAMI DOLPHINS (+3.5)
INDIANAPOLIS COLTS (+6.5)
UNDER 49 GREEN BAY PACKERS @ INDIANAPOLIS COLTS
PHILADELPHIA EAGLES (+3.5)
WASHINGTON REDSKINS (+3)
OVER 51 DENVER BRONCOS @ NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
BALTIMORE RAVENS (-6)
OVER 52.5 SAN DIEGO CHARGERS @ NEW ORLEANS SAINTS
SAN DIEGO CHARGERS (+3)
WEEK #6: +3.65 UNITS
It was ANOTHER nice weekend of action in the NFL!! We put together a MONSTER SUNDAY for our MEMBERS as we went 4-1 ATS on our TOP 5 PLAYS!! And all were worth 2 UNITS each!! And then we ended it all with a bang as we CASHED in on the DENVER BRONCOS in the Monday Night match-up, which was incredible, considering they were down 24-0 at the half. They won 35-24!! And we CASHED IN ONCE AGAIN!! We are hitting on our NFL action once again this year and we already can't wait for next week's action!!
*2 UNITS* ST. LOUIS RAMS (+4.5)
Sure the Dolphins are everybody's pick this week thanks to last week's victory over the inflated Bengals on the road last week, but they were coming in off back-to-back OT losses before that one and we called the upset there as well. This should be a different test for them as this Rams team is also coming off a win last week in Thursday night's game, in which they knocked off the previously undefeated Cardinals at home. They might not have it so easy today as they will be without Amendola at wideout and Bradford is a little banged up, but the Rams should have enough to pick up the cover against this inflated spread. There is a little pause due to the fact that this one is going up against us, but that should only help our cause. Yes the Rams haven't won in Miami since 1976 and will be up against the #1 ranked defense against the run, but it's not like Miami is a powerhouse themselves and they have been playing incredibly close games lately, as each of their L3 games has been decided by 4 points or less and 2 of those came with an OT period. The Dolphins are 9-0 ATS in their L9 games against teams with a winning record, but this Rams team has seemed to pick up steam lately, with back-to-back wins over quality opponents like the Cardinals and Seahawks. The Dolphins only win that would have covered today's spread was a blowout win at home against Oakland 4 weeks ago, while the Rams have only lost one game this season by more than 4 points themselves and that was in Chicago against da Bears. The Rams aren't the Raiders and the Dolphins aren't the Bears. Take the ST. LOUIS RAMS to COVER as the road underdog here.........
*2 UNITS* DALLAS COWBOYS (+3)
We like the Cowboys in this one. Hate to say it, but it's true. They are coming off a bye week that was proceeded by Romo throwing 5 INT against the Bears in their last game. Not something he has enjoyed swallowing these 2 weeks, we can assure you of that. Romo will show that he can step up in big games and we expect him to have a pretty big day against this aging Ravens secondary. As for the Ravens, they are coming in off that pathetic performance against the lowly Chiefs last week, a 9-6 win in Kansas City, and they only have two wins this season that would have covered today's spread. One was a home blowout against Cincinnati on opening day and the other was a 7-point win over the Browns two weeks ago in a Thursday night game. Their other games consist of that 3-point win against KC, a 1-point win over NE and a 1-point loss against the Eagles. This Cowboys team should hang all game with the Ravens here, and if their defense can step up in this spot like they should, they might even have a good shot to pull off the upset overall. In fact, we kind of think they do. Go with the DALLAS COWBOYS as the FG dogs in this one........
*2 UNITS* DETROIT LIONS (+3.5) AND *1 UNIT* UNDER 47.5 DETROIT LIONS @ PHILADELPHIA EAGLES
This is another upset alert and there is no way we can get away from over a FG of points against an Eagles team that has played every game extremely close this season and will have to face off against a rested and ready Lions team coming off a bye. The Lions are perhaps the biggest disappointment in the NFL season, but the week off should have done them some good and if they come in here fired up today, they could put 14 points on the board before the Eagles even know what hit them. They started off the season looking pretty good with a comeback home win over St. Louis in week 1, but then followed it up with 3 straight losses of 8 points or less against SF, TENN (in OT) and the Vikings. Not necessarily a cupcake group of teams. On the other hand, Philadelphia has only played one game this season that wasn't decided by 2 points or less and that was a blowout loss at Arizona. The Eagles have lost by 2 to Pittsburgh and have beaten the Giants by 2. They have also won games against both Cleveland and Baltimore by a mere one point. Turnovers have killed the Eagles as of late, as Vick has become a human fumbling machine, but we don't really expect turnovers to be a major killer for the Eagles today. Both teams should turn the ball over at least 2 times each, and as long as Stafford doesn't kill us with 3 INT or so, we should be more than okay with this one. As for the under, there is a trend in play today that is 7-1 for the Under in this current situation on the season. We like our odds with that, despite the fact that we played on that same trend last week and it killed us with the first loser on the season. Not today. We expect a score in the 20-17 range when all is said and done. Go with the DETROIT LIONS and the UNDER in this one........
*1 UNIT* TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS (-4.5)
Just like the Bucs here. They should come out with plenty of steam against a Chiefs team that is battered and abused. Cassel is out for the Chiefs at QB due to his concussion and now Talib is also out due to a suspension from testing positive for Adderal. So the Chiefs shouldn't be able to score, nor should they be able to keep up with the Bucs on the defensive side of the ball. Take the TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS for the COVER as a home favorite.......
*2 UNITS* NEW YORK GIANTS (+7) AND
*2 UNITS* OVER 46.5 NEW YORK GIANTS @ SAN FRANCISCO 49'ERS
Just see this one flying over the total today. Yes these are two defensive minded teams for the most part, but the Giants are a little banged up on defense and the points should be a plenty on both sides of the ball. For starters, the Giants scored 41 points in their crushing win over Cleveland at home last week and that should be a good sign because when the Giants scored 40+ the first time this season, they bounced back with 36 points in their next game. The 49'ers have gone for at least 27 points in all but one game so far this season themselves. They have been even more impressive in their two games at home in 2012, as they have dominated their opponents by a 72-22 margin, although those opponents were Buffalo and Detroit. The Giants have only lost once this season by at least a TD and that was in the season-opening stunner against Dallas, so they should be good for at least a cover here we are thinking. Not too mention, New York has posted a 4-1 ML in the L5 meetings with San Francisco since 2005, while they have also posted an even more impressive 6-1 ATS record in the L7 meetings dating back to 2002. These two played to a 20-17 OT thriller in last season's NFC Championship game with the Giants picking up the win in SF, but the 49'ers beat them in November of last season by a TD margin, 27-20. We expect something like 26-23 here today. Take the NEW YORK GIANTS and the OVER here........
*2 UNITS* GREEN BAY PACKERS (+4)
Just like the Packers to shake off their woes in this one and see them actually pulling off the upset against this Texans team. This will be a big game for the Pack and Rodgers and he should be up to the challenge. They should keep this one within a FG if not win it outright. We'll take the 4 points here. Go with GREEN BAY......
*2 UNITS* INDIANAPOLIS COLTS (+3.5)
The Colts are living Chuck Strong right now in honor of their coach and we anticipated the cover on the spread last week against the Packers due to the momentum, but they surprised us and pulled out the outright upset on their home turf! The momentum should still be there today as this team should still be riding high and Luck should have a big day against a banged up and Revis-less Jets secondary. We also correctly picked the Jets in the cover on MNF against the Texans, but that was a near +10-point spread in their favor. This one has them playing the favorite and just not sure they can cover against anyone, let alone a Colts team riding off last week's huge upset. Oh yeah, there is also a trend in play here that is 12-4 ATS on the season for the Colts favor. We will roll with that. Take the INDIANAPOLIS COLTS to get help from the hook with a FG COVER here today.........
MINNESOTA VIKINGS (-1.5)
This seems like a good spot to take the Vikings here as they head to Washington and get to face off against a woozy and bruised RG3. And unfortunately for the stud QB, things should not get any easier for him today. There is a lot of talk on both sides about whether or not he should even be suiting up for this game and we all know how serious concussion injuries are in today's game. And the Vikings will definitely be gunning for him. We wouldn't be surprised if he didn't get knocked out of this game as well. The Vikings have yet to allow more than 23 points in any game so far this season and in fact their defense comes in having given up 36 points in their L3 games and allowing only a measly FG against Tennessee in their blowout 30-7 win last week. The Vikes have also won 3 straight as they head into this game and they should be able to eek by with another win in the nation's capital today. Minnesota has beaten the Redskins in each of the L2 seasons and they have posted a 3-1 ML and ATS record against Washington since 2006. The road team has actually won 4 in a row in this match-up, with the Vikings also having won 3 straight in Washington and 4 of the L5 games they have played there. Go with the MINNESOTA VIKINGS in this battle......
ARIZONA CARDINALS (-5) AND 1ST HALF: ARIZONA CARDINALS (-2.5)
The Cardinals are coming in to this one off 10 days rest and a salty loss at rival St. Louis in their last game, ruining their unblemished 4-0 record. They should be amped up for this one and come out with their guns-a-blazing in this Wild West showdown. Buffalo is perhaps an intriguing pick here, but they are coming in off the blowout, and I mean blowout, loss at San Francisco last week and as far as the research suggests, they went home to Buffalo during the week off. That travel, although ridiculous when you think about it, may take a toll on them when all is said and done. Take the ARIZONA CARDINALS to COVER at home and in the 1ST HALF.........
DENVER BRONCOS (+1)
This one is a tough one to cap. There are so many things on both sides of the ball that suggest this could go either way. Peyton has been on a roll lately, tossing 8 TD against 0 INT in his L3 weeks of action, but that hasn't quite equated to wins. The Chargers on the other hand have absolutely dominated the recent series between these two teams, as prior to last season's 16-13 OT loss in their second match-up, they had won 5 straight meetings against their division foes. However, that was with QB's not quite on the caliber level of Manning. But then again, Manning has struggled more against the Chargers in his career than against any other team. Manning has 12 TD and 16 INT against the SD franchise in his career, with a paltry 72 QBR in those games. Manning is however, money on Monday Night Football holding a 4-1 ML record in his L5 games on the night. The road team is also 4-1-1 in the L6 meetings between the two squads ATS. The Broncos need a win badly here, as they have struggled to find any rhythm with Peyton under the helm lately, dropping 3 of their L4 games overall, although those were against the likes of NE, ATL and HOU, while the Chargers are leading the division at 3-2 and are coming in off a wretched loss against NO last week. Denver has also won 2 of the L3 meetings between the two teams played in San Diego. The Broncos should have enough to get it done here, with Peyton on the big stage and Denver with their backs against the wall. Go with the DENVER BRONCOS to pick up the COVER here on the road......
WEEK #7: +3.60 UNITS
It was a HUGE END to the NFL weekend as we put together a PERFECT 4-0 ATS end to the week in our SUNDAY/MONDAY night action and ended up picking UP +8 UNITS IN PROFITS!! Unfortunately, we missed out on our Top Play this week with the Arizona Cardinals barely getting the push and then the two teams struggling to score and playing to Under the total. But we made up for it HUGE with a MONSTER RUN to end the weekend off in once again, another WINNING WEEK!!
*3 UNITS* ARIZONA CARDINALS (+7) AND *3 UNITS* OVER 40.5 ARIZONA @ MINNESOTA
*2 UNITS* DETROIT LIONS (+6.5)
*2 UNITS* UNDER 47 DETROIT LIONS @ CHICAGO BEARS
*2 UNITS* UNDER 45.5 PITTSBURGH @ CINCINNATI
*2 UNITS* PITTSBURGH STEELERS (-1)
*2 UNITS* WASHINGTON REDSKINS (+6.5)
*2 UNITS* UNDER 49.5 NEW ORLEANS SAINTS @ TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS
*2 UNITS* BALTIMORE RAVENS (+6.5)
*2 UNITS* SAN FRANCISCO 49'ERS (-7)
TENNESSEE TITANS (+4)
OVER 46.5 TENNESSEE TITANS @ BUFFALO BILLS
TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS (+1)
1ST HALF: SF 49'ERS (-4)
UNDER 37.5 SEATTLE SEAHAWKS @ SAN FRANCISCO 49'ERS
WEEK #8: +4.25 UNITS
It was ANOTHER WINNING WEEK in the NFL as we picked UP HUGE WINS in our TOP PLAYS, going 3-1 overall in our TOP 4 PLAYS for +6 UNITS of PROFITS!! The rest of the weekend was not so bad either, as we ended up putting together ANOTHER BIG WINNING WEEK!!
*3 UNITS* NEW YORK GIANTS (-2.5)
*3 UNITS* OVER 48 NY GIANTS @ DALLAS COWBOYS
*2 UNITS* TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS (+5)
*2 UNITS* WASHINGTON REDSKINS (+4.5)
OVER 42.5 SEATTLE SEAHAWKS @ DETROIT LIONS
OAKLAND RAIDERS (+1)
NEW YORK JETS (-1)
PHILADELPHIA EAGLES (-3)
OVER 55 NEW ORLEANS @ DENVER BRONCOS
*0.5 UNITS* UNDER 43 TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS @ MINNESOTA VIKINGS
WEEK #9: (8-6) +0.60 UNITS
We had a nice conclusion to our NFL weekend, as we went a PERFECT 3-0 ATS in the MNF action and picked up a positive +4.5 UNITS in PROFITS on the night!! We took a couple bad beats this week, but managed to weather the storm. We bought into the Colts/Dolphins over late and it worked against us, as after scoring 30 points in the first half alone, the two teams combined for only 13 points in the 2nd half and falling a point short in the end at 43!! That one stung. But the worst was the Cowboys beat on the spread. The Cowboys were down 3 with 22 seconds left in the game, and instead of the Falcons running out the clock, they kicked a FG with those measly 22 seconds remaining to make it 6 points and completely blow up the +4.5 cover. You could see it coming from a mile away though, as the Falcons inexplicably threw on 2nd and 3rd downs, stopping the clock numerous times unnecessarily and then ultimately getting a ton of help from the refs as well, with 2 huge calls against the defense, giving the Falcons 1st downs in key 3rd and 4th down situations!! Sometimes, you really have to wonder......
*2 UNITS* NEW ORLEANS SAINTS (-2.5)
*2 UNITS* 1ST HALF: NEW ORLEANS SAINTS (-1.5)
*2 UNITS* INDIANAPOLIS COLTS MONEY LINE (+110)
*2 UNITS* OVER 44 MIAMI DOLPHINS @ INDIANAPOLIS COLTS
*2 UNITS* OVER 48 CAROLINA PANTHERS @ WASHINGTON REDSKINS
*2 UNITS* DALLAS COWBOYS (+4.5)
1ST HALF: BALTIMORE RAVENS (-2)
DENVER BRONCOS (-5)
CAROLINA PANTHERS (+3)
ARIZONA CARDINALS (+10)
KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (+7.5)
*0.50 UNITS* UNDER 52 PHILADELPHIA EAGLES @ NEW ORLEANS SAINTS
*0.50 UNITS* OVER 40.5 KANSAS CITY CHIEFS @ SAN DIEGO CHARGERS
DALLAS COWBOYS MONEY LINE (+190)
OVER 47 DALLAS COWBOYS @ ATLANTA FALCONS
WEEK #10: (7-8) -1.45 UNITS
It was a disappointing week all the way around, as we finally dropped a week in the NFL action overall, making us WINNERS in 8 out of 10 weeks so far this season!! That doesn't include our 3 straight WINNING weeks in the PRESEASON action too, so out of a total of 13 weeks of NFL action we have played this season, we actually have pulled out a WINNING WEEK in 10 of those weeks!! But this week was a bit of a disappointment in the end, as we started out the week 2-0 for +3 UNITS on the Thursday night game with the Colts and Jaguars!! But let's get back on the WINNING side in WEEK #11!!
*2 UNITS* INDIANAPOLIS COLTS (-3)
OVER 43 INDIANAPOLIS COLTS @ JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS
NEW ORLEANS SAINTS (+1)
OVER 53 ATLANTA FALCONS @ NEW ORLEANS SAINTS
DETROIT LIONS (-3)
OVER 45 DETROIT LIONS @ MINNESOTA VIKINGS
PHILADELPHIA EAGLES (+1) AND UNDER 44 DALLAS COWBOYS @ PHILADELPHIA EAGLES
NEW YORK JETS (+5.5)
NEW YORK GIANTS (-4.5)
*2 UNITS* CHICAGO BEARS (-1)
UNDER 37.5 HOUSTON TEXANS @ CHICAGO BEARS
1ST HALF: PITTSBURGH STEELERS (-6.5)
PITTSBURGH STEELERS (-12.5)
UNDER 40.5 KANSAS CITY @ PITTSBURGH
WEEK #11: (7-4-3) +2.80 UNITS
It was ANOTHER WINNING WEEK in the NFL in WEEK 11, as we torched the books for a nice 7-3-3 ATS run through the Thursday and Sunday action!! The Bears were duds in the Monday Night showdown with the 49'ers, but the 7 WINS we racked up through the first 2 days was more than enough for us to coast through yet ANOTHER WINNING WEEK in the NFL!! Our 9TH WINNING WEEK through the first 11 played this season!! And once again, we are rolling through the NFL action!!
BUFFALO BILLS (-2.5)
OVER 54 INDIANAPOLIS COLTS @ NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS (-1)
ARIZONA CARDINALS (+9.5)
SAN DIEGO CHARGERS (+7.5)
JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS (+15)
BALTIMORE RAVENS (-3)
UNDER 40.5 BALTIMORE RAVENS @ PITTSBURGH STEELERS
OVER 48 TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS @ CAROLINA PANTHERS
UNDER 48 SAN DIEGO CHARGERS @ DENVER BRONCOS
INDIANAPOLIS COLTS (+9.5)
OVER 55 NEW ORLEANS SAINTS @ OAKLAND RAIDERS
OVER 52.5 GREEN BAY PACKERS @ DETROIT LIONS
CHICAGO BEARS (+3.5)
WEEK #12: (8-7-1) +0.65 UNITS
It was ANOTHER WINNING WEEK in the NFL action as we started it off on a good note with the Thanksgiving Day action and then finished it off with a PERFECT 2-0 ATS on Monday Night to secure us for our 10th WINNING WEEK out of 12 WEEKS in this 2012 NFL season!! Boom!! That's right!! 10 WINNING WEEKS out of 12 in the NFL again this year!! And don't forget how we are ABSOLUTELY DESTROYING the BOOKS in ALL FOOTBALL ACTION again in 2012!! And week 13 is going to be HUGE!! Mark our words now!!
CAROLINA PANTHERS (-3)
OVER 42 CAROLINA PANTHERS @ PHILADELPHIA EAGLES
WASHINGTON REDSKINS (+3)
HOUSTON TEXANS (-3)
OVER 48 NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS @ NEW YORK JETS
NEW YORK JETS (+7)
NEW ORLEANS SAINTS (+2.5)
OVER 50 SAN FRANCISCO 49'ERS @ NEW ORLEANS SAINTS
OVER 36 ST. LOUIS RAMS @ ARIZONA CARDINALS
ARIZONA CARDINALS (-1)
GREEN BAY PACKERS (+3)
OVER 51 GREEN BAY PACKERS @ NEW YORK GIANTS
*0.5 UNITS* UNDER 49.5 HOUSTON TEXANS @ DETROIT LIONS
*0.5 UNITS* OVER 48 WASHINGTON REDSKINS @ DALLAS COWBOYS
WEEK #13: (5-8) -4.35 UNITS
This week was not the typical week we have come to expect around here, especially in the NFL. All was going fine, as we went 2-1 ATS on our TOP 3 PLAYS of the week and picked up just short of two UNITS on those plays overall. But then we came up flat on the rest of the weekly action, posting a 3-5 ATS record on our 1-UNIT plays for the week. Still, not bad, considering it was a monster weekend in all other action and we were 5-6 ATS for the loss of only 0.35 UNITS in juice. Pretty much break even. That is until the MNF game. Then the wheels feel off as we pressed our luck with 2 plays worth 2 UNITS and came up short on them both. The Giants had every chance in the world to help us come up a WINNER, but instead ended up coming up completely flat. And thus we suffered just our 4th losing week on the season, and only 2nd week that was a loser of anything more than 1 UNIT of losses. So again, it has been a MONSTER YEAR once again!! It was also a MONSTER WEEKEND OF PROFITS in ALL SPORTS, so the ALL SPORTS MEMBERS managed to CASH IN for a HUGE WEEKEND OF PROFITS regardless of the downer week in the NFL. But we will respond with a big end to the season yet. Just wait and see!
*2 UNITS* TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS (+9.5)
*2 UNITS* DALLAS COWBOYS (-10)
*2 UNITS* OVER 44 PHILADELPHIA EAGLES @ DALLAS COWBOYS
*2 UNITS* NEW YORK GIANTS (-2.5)
*2 UNITS* OVER 49.5 NEW YORK GIANTS @ WASHINGTON REDSKINS
INDIANAPOLIS COLTS (+7)
UNDER 35.5 PITTSBURGH STEELERS @ BALTIMORE RAVENS
NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (-7)
OVER 51 NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS @ MIAMI DOLPHINS
OVER 47 MINNESOTA VIKINGS @ GREEN BAY PACKERS
OVER 41 SAN FRANCISCO 49'ERS @ ST. LOUIS RAMS
OVER 37.5 SEATTLE SEAHAWKS @ CHICAGO BEARS
UNDER 54.5 NEW ORLEANS SAINTS @ ATLANTA FALCONS
NEW ORLEANS SAINTS (+3.5)
Well, this was a tough luck week in the NFL. We started the week off breaking even on the TNF action going 1-1 to kick it all off, and things looked good after we jumped out to a 4-2 run in the NFL on the Sunday. Then we pooched it with two dud plays on the Saints and Cardinals to even us off at 4-4 on the day and 5-5 on the week. Alright, so the SNF action will have to carry us through right? Unless we are snake bitten on both plays and end up falling a half point and a point short of a win for both the Lions and the Over. Monday Night was a bit of a disappointment in the end too, as we got suckered into the 11-1 Texans as the +6 point underdogs, but luckily we cashed in on the Over to make the night right. We did still have a WINNING WEEK in ALL SPORTS during this week, so it was again a wash. But we will be back to destroy the NFL in the final 3 weeks of the regular season and postseason!!
*2 UNITS* OVER 48 DETROIT LIONS @ GREEN BAY PACKERS
*2 UNITS* HOUSTON TEXANS (+6)
OVER 51 HOUSTON TEXANS @ NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
WASHINGTON REDSKINS (-2.5)
OAKLAND RAIDERS (+10)
UNDER 48.5 DENVER BRONCOS @ OAKLAND RAIDERS
INDIANAPOLIS COLTS (-3.5)
MINNESOTA VIKINGS (+1)
CAROLINA PANTHERS (+3.5)
OVER 42 ST.LOUIS RAMS @ BUFFALO BILLS
OVER 45 DALLAS COWBOYS @ CINCINNATI BENGALS
DETROIT LIONS (+6.5)
ARIZONA CARDINALS (+10.5)
NEW ORLEANS SAINTS (+4)
WEEK #15: (7-5) +1.65 UNITS
It was another nice WINNING week, as we had a pretty big SUNDAY of action, going 6-2 ATS on the day, but the Monday Night game kind of bit us a bit. Still, another winning week in the end is all that matters. Especially with the way we have destroyed the HOOPS and NCAA FB during this time!! Not too worry though, we will do it again next week too!!
*2 UNITS* INDIANAPOLIS COLTS (+10)
*2 UNITS* GREEN BAY PACKERS (-3)
*2 UNITS* UNDER 54 TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS @ NEW ORLEANS SAINTS
*2 UNITS* NEW YORK JETS (-1)
OVER 39 MINNESOTA VIKINGS @ ST. LOUIS RAMS
OVER 43.5 GREEN BAY PACKERS @ CHICAGO BEARS
OVER 44 SEATTLE SEAHAWKS @ BUFFALO BILLS
KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (+4.5)
UNDER 43.5 KANSAS CITY CHIEFS @ OAKLAND RAIDERS
CAROLINA PANTHERS (+3)
OVER 45 CINCINNATI BENGALS @ PHILADELPHIA EAGLES
PHILADELPHIA EAGLES (+5.5)
WEEK #16: (7-4-1) +2.80 UNITS
Well, it was ANOTHER WINNING WEEK in the NFL again as we picked up a HUGE SUNDAY of action once again and ended yet another WINNING WEEK on a WINNING note!! This is our 13th WINNING WEEK on the season already and we are not even close to being done yet!! Next week is the last chance to finish off the NFL regular season on a WINNING note!! And then we willd destroy the playoffs!! Believe that!!
MINNESOTA VIKINGS (+8)
OVER 45 MINNESOTA VIKINGS @ HOUSTON TEXANS
CHICAGO BEARS (-6)
MIAMI DOLPHINS (-4.5)
DALLAS COWBOYS (-2)
OVER 52.5 NEW ORLEANS SAINTS @ DALLAS COWBOYS
ST. LOUIS RAMS (+3)
INDIANAPOLIS COLTS (-7)
OVER 40 SAN FRANCISCO 49'ERS @ SEATTLE SEAHAWKS
SAN FRANCISCO 49'ERS (+2.5)
ATLANTA FALCONS (-3.5)
OVER 50 ATLANTA FALCONS @ DETROIT LIONS
WEEK #17: (5-5) -1.30 UNITS
Well we didn't end off the season on any huge note like we were hoping, as the Packers were complete busts, getting trounced by the Vikings in Minnesota to essentially knock the Packers out of a Bye spot and forces them to play on Wild Card Weekend in a rematch. Should be an interesting week of WILD CARD action, but as far as the REGULAR SEASON went, if we would have kept the Packers off the board, we would have been alright. But unfortunately, it should have only been something like our 3rd losing week (or maybe 4th) throughout the entire NFL season!! I would say that is destroying the books once again!!
TENNESSEE TITANS (-4)
INDIANAPOLIS COLTS (+7)
GREEN BAY PACKERS MONEY LINE (-185)
GREEN BAY PACKERS (-3.5)
OVER 45.5 GREEN BAY PACKERS @ MINNESOTA VIKINGS
KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (+16.5)
NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (-10)
CHICAGO BEARS (-3)
DALLAS COWBOYS (+3)
UNDER 48.5 DALLAS COWBOYS @ WASHINGTON REDSKINS
*0.25 UNITS* KANSAS CITY CHIEFS MONEY LINE (+900)