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2-Unit Play. #431 Take Baltimore +3 over Cincinnati (7 pm - MNF)

Gotta love the Ravens being favored in this spot. They may be on the road, but they are still the best defense in the league in our minds and they absolutely fly to the ball. Last season they were +3 on the road in Tampa Bay and all they did was win 27-0 in a defense beatdown. They aren't going to shutout the Bengals, but a victory is in sights and the Baltimore offense will come through as well. With Willis McGahee providing a big push in the ground game, Steve McNair can finally attack downfield with the likes of Todd Heap, Derrick Mason and Mark Clayton. This more balanced offense will allow the Ravens defense to not have to bail their offense out like in past seasons. The likes of Ray Lewis, Ed Reed, Chris McAllister and Tyrell Suggs will be all over the field to limit Cincy's playmakers. Look for a field goal decision, but the game winner coming off the leg of Baltimore's Matt Stover. The Ravens are the way to go on Monday night.

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20 Dime -

RAVENS
Take the points with the Ravens tonight on the road over the Bengals.
It’s pretty hard to pass up getting points with one of the NFL’s best defenses in the Ravens, and considering the Bengals have one of the league’s worst defenses that makes this play all the more to my liking.
Steve McNair will be more comfortable in his second year running this offense, and the addition of running back Willis McGahee over the departed Jamal Lewis will be a significant upgrade that will pay immediate dividends for them tonight.
The Bengals will enter this game short-handed on offense, as left tackle Levi Jones is out with an injury and wide receiver Chris Henry is suspended. Right tackle Willie Anderson is also banged up, and if he gets knocked out of the game it could spell disaster for Carson Palmer and company.
The Ravens will control the tempo of this game against the sorry Bengals defense, which will put more pressure on Palmer to produce when Cincinnati has the ball.
The Bengals are 1-7 ATS at home in Game One and are 2-6 ATS on Monday Night.
Underdogs in the first Monday Night game of the season are 20-8 ATS.
Take the points with the Ravens as they stand an excellent chance of winning this game outright.

10 Dime –

BREWERS (With Villanueva and Armas as listed pitchers)
Take the Brewers as the road chalk tonight over the Pirates.
Carlos Villanueva will get the start tonight and he’s 2-0 with a 1.08 ERA in his career against them. Milwaukee has also won three straight over Pittsburgh and is 9-4 against them this season.
Tony Armas will start for the Pirates and if it wasn’t for their lack of starting pitching depth, he wouldn’t even be in the rotation right now. The right-hander is 3-5 with a 6.49 ERA on the year.
Take the Brewers as they grab the road win over the Bucs.

BLUE JAYS (Witht Halladay and Rogers as listed pitchers)
Take the Blue Jays for the road win over the Tigers.
Roy Halladay will start for Toronto and he’s had great success against Detroit in his career. The right-hander is 11-2 with a 1.83 ERA in 14 career games against the Tigers.
Halladay is 1-0 with a 1.69 ERA in two starts this season against Detroit and is 4-1 in six career starts at Comerica Park.
The Tigers will counter with Kenny Rogers, who is making just his second start since coming off the disabled list with left elbow inflammation. He’s going to need to bring his ‘A’ game if he wants to give the Tigers any chance of getting by Halladay.
I don’t see that happening, so take the Blue Jays for the road win.

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Baltimore +3 vs Cincy
Arizona/SF Over 45

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3 Unit Play. #136 Take San Francisco -3 over Arizona (Monday 10:15 pm ESPN) An important game for two improved teams in 2007 takes place on Monday night, as these two teams open the season for the second straight year. The Cardinals still have a bad defense and were burned by the passing game last year, ranking 30th in the NFL. The 49ers made some quiet signing during the off-season bringing in CB Clements and WR Jackson, both of whom are proven starters in the NFL. This will be a high scoring game in which the 49ers pull away late and win this affair.

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FEIST BASEBALL 2007 REGULAR SEASON PACKAGE!!
(919) OAK Athletics vs (920) SEA Mariners Game Starts at September 10 2007 19:05 EST Take (920) SEA Mariners
5 Star

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4 BEST BET
How can the Bengals be favored in this contest? Cincy is a pitiful
1-7 ATS playing at home in Game One, owns a 2-6 ATS mark on
Mondays and highly-touted QB Carson Palmer can’t even claim
a winning ATS record when playing at Paul Brown Stadium (8-
14-1). Taking the underdog Ravens gets even easier when we
see that dogs in the fi rst Monday Night game of the season have
barked to the tune of 20-8 ATS. The NFL’s best defense taking
points from the league’s worst? We’re there – everytime
Baltimore over CINCINNATI by 10

marcs trends
Monday September 10
Baltimore 4-1 O/U Mondays… 5-2 Mondays… 1-4 Game One
CINCINNATI SERIES: 4-1 L5/3-1 L4 H/ Fav 6-1… 1-7 H Game One

Arizona SERIES: 3-1 L4… 18-81 when lose SU… 2-6 Mondays
SAN FRANCISCO 13-2 Mondays… 6-1 Game One w/rev… 5-1 HF’s w/rev

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Cappers Access

Sport Favorite Underdog Line Pick
(Mon) NFL Bengals Ravens 2- Bengals
(Mon) NFL 49ers Cardinals 3 Cardinals
       

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mti is alive in there teaser for tonight

4-Star Jacksonville +3’, Baltimore +12’ and San Francisco +7

MTi’s Teaser Play of the Week
The Jaguars joined the league in 1995 and ever since then they are
a perfect 11-0 ATSp10* in their season opener. So, give the Jags
an extra ten points and they are perfect in their opener in franchise
history. We used Jacksonville in this spot last season and we look for
another Teaser +10 victory here.
The Ravens are a fantastic teaser team — especially vs their division
— as they have the defense to keep games close. Baltimore
is 17-0 ATSp10 vs a divisional opponent and 21-1 ATSp10 in
franchise history vs Cincinnati.
The 49ers simply do not get blown out at home by their divisional
opponents. San Francisco is 46-4-1 ATSp10 when hosting
divisional opponents and three of the losses came against the
Panthers and one vs the Saints. Both are no longer in their division.
Since divisional realignment. The 49ers are a perfect 15-0
ATSp10.

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7:00PM ET NFL 3* Action Baltimore Ravens (3.0 / -120) vs Cincinnati Bengals

LT Profits
10:15PM ET NFL 2* Action Arizona Cardinals (3.0 / +105) vs San Francisco 49ers

Lester Weimer
7:00PM ET NFL 3* Action Baltimore Ravens (3.0 / -110) vs Cincinnati Bengals
10:15PM ET NFL 3* Action San Francisco 49ers (-3.0 / -110) vs Arizona Cardinals

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Game: Tampa Bay at Boston (7:00 PM Eastern)
Pick: Tampa Bay +148



Youkilis 5-23 (.217), Varitek 4-18 (.222), Ramirez 6-39 (.154), Ortiz 5-34 (.147), Lugo 2-11 (.182), Drew 0-3 (.000), Crisp 2-10 (.200) - total 22-138 (.159). That is the bulk of the Red Sox lineup, and those are the numbers against Scott Kazmir. The D-Rays are a 63-80 (.420) team, but with Kazmir on the hill they are 17-13 (.567). The Rays are hot right now as they have been 12-4 over their last 16. They have scored 128 runs over this stretch good for eight runs a game, out-hitting their suspect pitching, but now have a pitcher that can go deep into a game with a great track record against the Red Sox. Curt Schilling is now a different pitcher. His fastball is now topping off in the high 80s, touching 90, and the Red Sox have now gone 2-6 in his last eight starts. In those last eight games Schilling has pitched 46.1 innings, allowed 58 hits, while pitching to a 5.05 ERA. We have a live doggie in this one.

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BIG AL NL GAME OF THE YEAR

Game: Arizona Diamondbacks at San Francisco Giants Sep 10 2007 10:15PM
Prediction: San Francisco Giants
Reason: At 10:15pm our National League Game of the Year is on the San Francisco Giants over Arizona. These two division rivals haven't met since July 1st and they played a bunch of games between April and then (twelve to be exact). A lot has changed since that time. Arizona is on a 5-game winning streak, and is ensconced in first place in the NL West. Brandon Webb has put himself back in contention for a second consecutive Cy Young award, and outfielder Chris Young has put up Rookie of the Year-type power numbers, although his batting average (and a guy named Braun in Milwaukee) ensure that he won't win it. Not all the news is good however. The D-Backs just found out that they are going to lose shortstop Orlando Hudson for the rest of the season after thumb surgery. Arizona has also seen its relief pitching get knocked around quite a bit lately, which led to the signing of Bob Wickman off the scrap heap. Now they also must face one of the best young strikeout pitchers in the league, Tim Lincecum, a guy who shut them out earlier this season when he pitched seven innings and struck out twelve in what was probably his best Major League outing. And going for Arizona will be Livan Hernandez, who is on the downslope of his career. He's only struck out a total of eight batters in his last six starts covering 39 innings, which shows that he can't fool anybody anymore. And, we also have a strong technical angle against Arizona tonight, as underdogs that have won exactly five straight games have lost 10 straight times since June. Take the Giants. As always, good luck, Al McMordie. And don't miss my big football winners, as they're already posted for next Saturday's action. We've cashed 100% of our college football plays this year, and this weekend, we'll be featuring our 5* Non-Conference Underdog of the Year, along with five other big plays.

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10 units SFran -3 v. Arizona

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1 STAR: (920) SEATTLE (-$114) over Oakland
(Listing Ramirez only
(Risking $114 to win $100)

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PSYCHIC (sucked Sun. w/wise guy onKC)
2*Arizona+3
2*Arizona Over 45
3 *Cinn.-2.5
4*Major Over Balt/Cinn.

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3-1 for the NFL season

San Francisco 49ers -3

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NFL 2* Arizona Cardinals (3.0 / +105) vs San Francisco 49ers

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Baltimore at CINCINNATI (-3)
Had to settle for a push with our NFL FREE play Sunday as the Dolphins fell by three points at Washington. Tonight we're heading to Cincinnati for a complimentary play on the Bengals as they host the Ravens.
Sure, Baltimore went 13-3 last season and won the AFC North but when the Ravens went to Cincinnati last year they fell 13-7 as a three-point underdog. Baltimore has trouble with the Bengals because they spread the ball around so much.
Cincinnati is 4-1 SU and ATS in the last five head-to-head meetings and at home the Bengals have won and covered three of the last four years. The home team in this series is a whopping 11-5 ATS in the last 16.
Look for big things from Cincy QB Carson Palmer and WR Chad Johnson. Palmer is completely recovered from his knee injury two seasons ago and Johnson has vowed to find the end zone more than last season. Johnson already led the league with 1,369 yards receiving.
Paul Brown Stadium is going to be a happy place tonight as the Bengals get a big win in the division. Play Cincinnati.

3♦ CINCINNATI

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Keith Line (Wagering Sports) Monday Selections:

Baltimore Ravens
Arizona Cardinals

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SCI Sports
last 23 days: 46-21
nine days winning streak!
three days winning streak!
three days winning streak!

2-1 saturday
2-1 yesterday...



MAC SCI - Tb/Bos u9½

JON REIL SCI - Cards +128
(Pineiro, Lilly)

TUL SCI - Tigers +1½ -154
(Halladay, Rogers)

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BIG AL'S FULL SERVICE CLIENTS

5* NL GOY - SAN FRAN
OPINIONS - BRAVES - BJ'S
5* kentucky
3* ga tech - washington

OPINIONS - kansas - notre dame - tulsa

Monday/Saturday
At 10:15pm our National League Game of the Year is on the San Francisco Giants over Arizona. These two division rivals haven't met since July 1st and they played a bunch of games between April and then (twelve to be exact). A lot has changed since that time. Arizona is on a 5-game winning streak, and is ensconced in first place in the NL West. Brandon Webb has put himself back in contention for a second consecutive Cy Young award, and outfielder Chris Young has put up Rookie of the Year-type power numbers, although his batting average (and a guy named Braun in Milwaukee) ensure that he won't win it. Not all the news is good however. The D-Backs just found out that they are going to lose shortstop Orlando Hudson for the rest of the season after thumb surgery. Arizona has also seen its relief pitching get knocked around quite a bit lately, which led to the signing of Bob Wickman off the scrap heap. Now they also must face one of the best young strikeout pitchers in the league, Tim Lincecum, a guy who shut them out earlier this season when he pitched seven innings and struck out twelve in what was probably his best Major League outing. And going for Arizona will be Livan Hernandez, who is on the downslope of his career. He's only struck out a total of eight batters in his last six starts covering 39 innings, which shows that he can't fool anybody anymore. And, we also have a strong technical angle against Arizona tonight, as underdogs that have won exactly five straight games have lost 10 straight times since June. Take the Giants.

Saturday:
Our college football selections include Kentucky, Notre Dame, Washington, Tulsa, Kansas, and Georgia Tech.

Kentucky -- At 7:30 pm, our selection is on the Kentucky Wildcats plus the points over Louisville. Steve Kragthorpe's Cardinals struggled last Thursday against Middle Tennessee State. The Cards won, but surrendered 42 points in the process. That does not bode well for Saturday night's game against rival Kentucky, whose offense is clicking on all cylinders. The Wildcats own blowout wins over Kent State (56-20) and Eastern Kentucky (50-10) and fall into a super system that is a perfect 15-0 ATS since 1981. What we want to do is play on any home dog getting 2+ points that scored 43+ points in its previous 2 games, provided it did not give up 35 or more points in its previous game. Take Kentucky plus the points.

Notre Dame -- At 3:30 pm, our selection is on the Notre Dame Fighting Irish over Michigan. Of course the storyline of this game will be the fall from grace of College Football's two most storied programs. Notre Dame has been embarassed by both Georgia Tech and Penn State, and has rushed for negative yardage on the season (67 rushes for -8 yards). And offensive guru Charlie Weis' men have yet to score an offensive touchdown. But Michigan's performance has been even worse (if that's possible). The Wolves lost 34-32 to Appalachian State, and then were destroyed 39-7 by Oregon, as the Ducks rushed for 331 yards on 51 carries. Clearly, Ron English's defense resembles swiss cheese more than the impenetrable unit that took the field for much of last season. But regardless of the storylines, one thing has remained constant in this rivalry over the last 27 years: the underdog covers! And if the underdog is NOT going into revenge, it's a perfect 14-0 ATS since 1980. Last year, Michigan blasted Notre Dame 47-21. Look for the Irish to avenge that defeat on Saturday. Take the points.

Washington -- At 3:30 pm, our selection is on the Washington Huskies plus the points over Ohio State. Last week, we used Washington as a home dog over Boise State, and Tyrone Willingham's men snapped Boise's 15-game win streak. Can Washington win back-to-back big games? My database indicates that the Huskies will do just that. Consider that, since 1980, road teams are a horrific 5-25 ATS in their 3rd game of the season, if they enter off two home wins, and their foe is off back to back SU/ATS wins, provided our road team did not score more than 37 points in its previous game (Ohio State scored just 20). And if our home team is off an upset win, then our 25-5 stat zooms to an almost perfect 11-1 ATS. Take Washington.

Georgia Tech -- At 8 pm, our selection is on the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets minus the points over Boston College. Ga Tech has two blowout wins thus far in 2007: 33-3 over Notre Dame, and 69-14 over Samford. Now, Chan Gailey's men fall into a terrific system that's cashed 100% since 1980. What we want to do is play on any unrested, single-digit home favorite that scored 60+ points, if it's matched up against a foe off back to back SU/ATS wins. With Boston College indeed off two SU/ATS wins (over NC State and Wake Forest), we'll fade Jeff Jagodzinski's men and lay the points with Georgia Tech.

Tulsa -- At 9 pm, our selection is on the Tulsa Golden Hurricane plus the points over BYU, as Tulsa falls into a Game 2 System of mine that has cashed 60% since 1980. What we want to do is play on any rested home dog off a win in Game 1. And Tulsa also falls into a 2nd system of mine that is 69-29 ATS which also involves playing on rested teams in Game 2. After leaving his assistant coaching position at Tulsa for the head coach job at Rice, Todd Graham returned this season to take the top job (following Steve Kragthorpe's departure for Louisville). Graham did a super job last year at Rice (the Owls won and covered their final six regular season games), and led that school to its first bowl bid in 45 years. Look for Graham to have a super year at Tulsa. Take the Golden Hurricane plus the points.

Kansas -- At 7 pm, our selection is on Kansas, as the Jayhawks fall into several 'momentum' systems of mine following their 52-7 and 60-0 wins over Central Michigan and SE Louisiana. Now, the Jayhawks will try to avenge their 37-31 loss at Toledo in Week 3 last season. And home favorites priced from -2 to -33 points off a shutout win of 40+ points are a super 79% ATS since 1980 vs. an opponent off a loss. With the Rockets off a 52-31 blowout loss at Central Michigan, we'll fade Toledo and lay the big number with Kansas. Good luck, as always, Al McMordie.

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