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NFL KEY RELEASES

NEW ENGLAND over Dallas RATING: 2

OAKLAND over San Diego RATING: 3

TENNESSEE over Tampa Bay RATING: 4

SEATTLE over New Orleans RATING: 4

ATLANTA over New York Giants RATING: 5

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Double Play--Philadelphia -3.5 vs NY Jets
Double Play--New England -5 vs Dallas
Double Play--Arizona -4.5 vs Carolina
Chicago -5 vs Minnesota
Washington +3 vs Green Bay
Dallas/New England Over 52
Green Bay/Washington Under 41
Cleveland/Miami Under 45
Jacksonville/Houston Under 37.5
Philadelphia/NY Jets Under 43

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5 units Ariz -5 v. Carolina
4 units Phill -3.5 @ Jets
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7 units on the Arizona Cardinals (-4 1/2) over the Carolina Panthers, 4:00
6 units on the Tennessee Titans (+3) over the Tampa Bay Bucs, 1:00
4 units onthe Green Bay Packers (-3) over the Washington Redskins, 1:00
4 units on the Chicago Bears (-4 1/2) over the Minnesota Vikings, 1:00

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10 Dime –

RAIDERS
Take the points with Oakland this afternoon when they visit San Diego.
The Raiders have improved dramatically this year under first-year head coach Lane Kiffin. They are finally building an identity on offense after a few years of not knowing what kind of team they wanted to be.
The Raiders lead the NFL with 194.2 rushing yards per game, thanks in part to an offensive line which has shown significant improvement.
Another factor working in their favor is they are coming off a bye week, which will allow Kiffin to expand the playbook a bit for quarterback Daunte Culpepper.
Their running game should open up some passing lanes for Culpepper, even if running back LaMont Jordan can’t go today. Justin Fargas filled in for Jordan in the second half of their win at Miami and ran for a career-high 179 yards. Dominic Rhodes will also be eligible to play after serving his four-game suspension, so Oakland will be able to keep fresh legs coming at the Chargers defense.
San Diego coach Norv Turner has been a money burner when installed as a heavy chalk in his coaching career, going 1-11 ATS as a division favorite of more than 5 points.
The Raiders are on a nice 9-2 ATS mark as a road dog in October in games off a SU win. They are also on positive ATS runs of 5-1 against the AFC West, 6-2-1 in divisional road games and 6-2 when catching eight or more points.
The Chargers are 1-4 ATS following a SU win and 1-6 ATS as a double-digit chalk.
Take the points with Oakland as they keep this game within the number.

SEAHAWKS
Two pissed-off teams here tonight.
The Saints have morphed back into the ‘Aints, while the Seahawks are still trying to get the license plate of the truck that steamrolled them in Pittsburgh last week.
I’ll side with the latter here as Seattle suffered from an NFC West sandwich and having to fly to the east coast last week, which are two excellent excuses as to why they were so thoroughly beaten by the Steelers.
New Orleans may wind up righting the ship, but it won’t be tonight and it won’t be in time to save their season.
The Saints have no running game to lean on now that Deuce McAlister is out for the season with an injury. They weren’t using him enough before he was hurt, and now they don’t have him when they need him the most.
Drew Brees is pressing on every pass attempt, you can see it in the films. He wants so desperately to hit the big play every time he drops back to pass that he’s forgotten how to take what the defense is giving him.
Contrary to their showing last week, Seattle has a pretty good defense which will bottle up the predictable Saints offense.
Another huge flaw is the New Orleans secondary, specifically their safeties, who routinely get beat for big plays down the field. Seattle quarterback Matt Hasselbeck has the ability to attack this defense over the top, so watch for him to go downfield tonight.
The Saints are in an 0-7 ATS rut going back to last season. Seattle has won 18 of its last 21 home games, going 13-7-1 ATS.
Lay the points with Seattle as they win this one by more than a touchdown.

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40 Dime –

TITANS
Take the points with the Titans when they travel to take on the Buccaneers.
Tennessee has stepped it up defensively this season and should be able to grind the Bucs attack to a halt this afternoon.
That’s because Tampa Bay comes into this game hurting at running back, with both Cadillac Williams and Michael Pittman out with injuries. That prompted the Bucs to sign 13-year veteran Zach Crockett on Wednesday. He will team with Earnest Graham, who has never started an NFL game, to get some semblance of a running game going for coach Jon Gruden.
Tennessee’s defense is allowing just 275.8 ypg, including just 72.3 on the ground. They will force Tampa Bay to become one-dimensional, which will allow the Titans to bring pressure on quarterback Jeff Garcia.
The Titans may not be pretty on offense, but they use their running game to control the clock and Vince Young always seems to make just enough plays to get his team the win.
Tennessee has been a money-making machine recently, going 14-4 ATS in its last 18 games overall, 8-1 ATS on the road and 13-2 ATS as an underdog (8-1 as a road dog).
The Bucs are just 6-10-1 ATS against AFC opponents and 2-6-1 ATS in their last nine as a home chalk.
Take the points with Tennessee as they deliver the outright win.

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EAGLES (Buy the ½ point if your line is -3 ½)
Take the Eagles as the road chalk today over the Jets.
The Eagles are coming into this game off their bye week and coach Andy Reid is money in the bank in these situations, going 8-0 SU and 6-2 ATS after a week of rest.
Philadelphia really needed that bye week to get some players healthy, most importantly Brian Westbrook. This team really looks lost without him when he’s out and they can look downright unstoppable when he’s healthy.
Fortunately for Eagles fans he is listed as probable today, which means Philadelphia is going to score some points.
The Jets have been a disaster this year after making a surprise playoff appearance last season. Quarterback Chad Pennington has turned the ball over repeatedly and don’t think for a minute Eagles defensive coordinator Jimmy Johnson isn’t going to bring the house against him. Johnson has seen the films of Pennington hurrying his throws under pressure which has led to numerous interceptions.
Philadelphia will be in Pennington’s face the whole game today. Since the Jets either haven’t or won’t run the football this year, they won’t be able to offset that defensive pressure.
Philadelphia returns to the scene of the crime, as they were run over by the Giants on this very field two weeks ago.
Don’t think for a minute they aren’t talking about that right now.
There’s something about the Giants that brings out the best in Philadelphia for their following game.
The Eagles are 9-0 ATS after taking on the G-Men.
Lay the points with the Eagles and remember to buy the ½ point if your line is -3 ½.

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Larry Ness' LEGEND Play (1st in NFL '07 / 1-0 in CFB '07!)

My LEGEND Play is on the Jax Jags at 1:00 ET. The Texans entered the NFL in 2002 and through their first five seasons, they have just 24 wins. However, SIX (or 25%) have come against the Jags (in 10 meetings! Do the Texans have the Jags' number? I'm betting they don't! While Kubiak has this team on the way up, the Texans really miss WR Andre Johnson . Andre Davis has filled in nicely the last three games but the team's "go-to" receiver these days is TE Daniels (24 catches). Preseason rookie sensation (WR/KR) Jacoby Jones is expected back after missing two games but remember, he has just five catches in three regular season games. RBs Green and Dayne have been hurt all year, leaving the Texans with no consistent running game (85.8 YPG / 3.2 YPC). Green is expected back but the Jags know something about defense (No.2, allowing 10.3 PPG!) and last week held the Chiefs (with Larry Johnson), to 10 yards rushing. After allowing the Titans to run for 282 yards in Week 1, the Jags have allowed their last three opponents to rush for 46.3 YPG on 2.6 YPC!. I called for the Jags to bounce back from LY's 8-8 season and at 3-1, they are well on their way. In the two losses to Houston LY, Leftwich tired to play while injured in the first one (a disaster) and the 2nd time around (a three-point loss), WR Matt Jones bobbled two perfect throws (both intercepted) and WR Wilford had two key drops (one would have been a TD!). Jacksonville is now capable of dominating both lines of scrimmage and Garrard is a HUGE improvement over Leftwich at QB. He's completing 66.7%, with a ratio of 4-0 and a QB rating of 105.4 (4th-best). The Jags have the Colts up next but after already losing a division game at home in Week 1 to Tenn, a loss here would 'kill' the importance of that showdown. Anyway, Houston's past success against the Jags is all the motivation this team will need! LEGEND Play on the Jax Jaguars.

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Washington @ Green Bay (-3) --

Play Washington (+3) --

The Redskin secondary is the best in the NFC and Bret Favre will have trouble against it. This is the spot where the Packers poor running game will bite them in the butt as the talented secondary of the Redskins are going to sit back into coverage make it a long afternoon for Bret Favre. Detroit Lions have no running game and Kitna was rushed hard and only put 3 points on the board. Packers have no running game and the Redskins will pressure him into quick throws and hurries that could result in turnovers. Jason Campbell has played well and the Redskin ground game is clicking. The Redskins feature tight end Chris Cooley in their offense for clutch receptions to compliment their talented receiver corps and he has 3 TD’s on the season. Even if Randel El doesn’t play Kennan McCardell will step in and he did contribute last week with 2 receptions for 39 yards. Take Washington +3.

Tennessee @ Tampa Bay (-3) —

Play Tennessee (+3) --

The Bucs are hurting at running back as Michael Pittman is the latest casualty after Cadillac Williams was lost for the season. Can the 1 back offense be enough against Tennessee? I don’t think so because the Titan linebackers are playing great in pass coverage and Jeff Garcia will have trouble finding open receivers on Sunday. The Titan rushing game will keep the sticks moving and that means a tired Buc defense by the 4th quarter and after an early tug of war the Titans will get us the money by dominating time of possession and earning three and outs on defense. Tampa Bay will be 1 dimensional on Sunday and you know how I feel about 1-dimentional teams going against good defenses in the NFL. I BET AGAINST THEM!! Give me Tennessee and the 3 points even though I don’t think I will need the points.

Oakland @ San Diego (-10) —

Play Oakland (+10) --

Oakland’s running game and line blocking has greatly improved as they are averaging over 5 yards a carry and rushed for 299 yards against a Miami team in their last game who is dead last against the run. Dante Culpepper is under center replacing an injured Josh McCown and Dante is an upgrade in my opinion. The Chargers are the 27th ranked passing defense in the league so expect Culpepper to go after it using Jerry Porter and Ronald Curry. Curry had 10 receptions for 133 yards in week 1 but wasn’t featured as the Raiders were working the ground game. Last week LT only rushed for 67 yards on 21 carries and the Chargers were aided to victory by Bronco turnovers. Norv Turner has a horrible record as a big favorite in divisional battles laying over a field goal, as he is 1-11 ATS in this spot. Give me the Raiders +10 in this one.

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NFL SELECTIONS
6-Unit Play. Take #225 New England (-5.5) over Dallas (4 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 14)
Note: This is our NFL Game of the Month.

This line has skyrocketed since Tuesday and, frankly, I’m stunned by it. That being said, you can’t argue with New England’s success. They have much more experience in these types of games and Tom Brady has been unreal in his career on turf. This is the fourth team that the Pats have played that employs the 3-4 defense and the Pats have covered against all of them. New England is 27-10 ATS on the road, 9-1 ATS as a road favorite, and they have a host of other trends that tell me one thing: the Patriots win. The Cowboys looked awful on MNF and that win reminded me an awful lot of Chicago’s victory in Arizona last year. Of course, the following week the Bears got creamed at home by Miami. I’ll take Brady and Belichick in this one.

Also, there is a system play here: play against a home underdog off a short week that failed to cover on the road in its previous game. That system has hit at 71 percent over the past 10 years.

5-Unit Play. Take #224 Arizona (-4) over Carolina (4 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 14)
Note: Rate this as a 4.5-Unit Play if the line is -4.5 or higher. No play at -6.0 or above - unless David Carr doesn't play.

Never thought I’d live to see the day when Arizona was a solid home favorite play. But the bottom line is that their defense plays exceptional at home and they are facing an incredibly shaky Panthers squad. There is a specific system here – play against road teams with a winning record off an upset win – that has hit at 62.4 percent since 1983! David Carr is shaky enough when he’s healthy. But he’s been limited by injury and even though he’ll start on Sunday he isn’t 100 percent and we’re one rough hit away from a Vinny Testaverde sighting. Read that last sentence again and then walk confidently up to the window.

4.5-Unit Play. Take #219 Tennessee (+3) over Tampa Bay (1 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 14)
This one is automatic. The Titans are 13-3 ATS overall and 13-3 ATS as an underdog over the past two seasons. Jeff Fisher is 14-1 SU against NFC South opponents and Tennessee’s dominating defense should control the Tampa Bay offense. The Bucs have picked up their three wins against teams with a combined 3-11 overall record. I’m not impressed. The Bucs are 4-10-1 ATS in their last 15 as a favorite and I see the Titans winning this one outright so consider that moneyline as well.

3-Unit Play. TEASER: Take #213 Minnesota (+11.5) over Chicago (1 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 14) AND Take #210 Jacksonville (Pick) over Houston (1 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 14)
The Chicago-Minnesota game is going to be a battle, and we’ll take the points. Chicago is coming off a huge win on Sunday night and now they face a well-rested Vikings defense. There is a system that has hit at 69.2 percent since 1997 that is in play here and I think that in a low scoring game having the points will be to our advantage.

Jacksonville was swept by Houston last year and I do think that they have revenge on their minds. I know that’s a reach considering that Houston is 6-4 overall against the Jags. But Houston is still banged up and have had a ton of trouble running the ball. It isn’t going to get any easier against a brutal Jags rush defense.

2-Unit Play. Take #229 New Orleans (+7) over Seattle (8 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 14)
Over the past decade, teams that start the season 0-4 SU are a combined 23-11 ATS as an underdog in their fifth game of the season. Seven points are a lot to give up in any NFL game, and the Seahawks are just squirrelly enough to keep the Saints close. The Seahawks are 2-7-1 ATS as a favorite, 4-9-1 ATS against the NFC, and just 5-23 ATS in October games.

2-Unit Play. Take ‘Under’ 53.0 New England at Dallas (4 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 14)
This too is automatic. Games set at 50.0 or higher over the last three seasons are just 2-14 against the total. Granted, not too many of those games have featured two teams averaging 35 points per game, but this is one of those trends that goes against the grain and one that I will always play when given the opportunity. We are already 2-0 this year going ‘under’ on totals of 50+ so we’re going to go with it.

2-Unit Play. Take ‘Under’ 37.5 Minnesota at Chicago (1 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 14)
The Vikings don’t have the weapons to take advantage of Chicago’s weakened defense and the Bears don’t have the strength up front to sustain drives against the Vikings front seven. I will be very surprised if this game sees more than 30 points and I don’t see more than three combined touchdowns.

2-Unit Play. Take 'Under' 45.0 Miami at Cleveland (1 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 14)
Let me get this straight: a game where the starting quarterbacks are Cleo Lemon and Derek Anderson has one of the highest totals of the weekend? I don't think so. Cleveland has gone 'over' in all five of its games this year, but against the Patriots it took a fluke pick-six to push the game over the total. That's a red flag and I expect their streak to come to an end.

2-Unit Play. Take #227 Oakland (+10) over San Diego (4 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 14)
The Raiders have lost seven straight against the Chargers. But if they’re not ready to compete with them now they likely never will be. This is a ton of points in a rivalry game and after an extra week of rest and preparation I think that Oakland is ready to go toe-to-toe with San Diego.

MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL SELECTION
1-Unit Play. Take ‘Over’ 43.5 New York Giants at Atlanta (8 p.m., Monday, Oct. 15)
The Falcons are 15-0 against the total as an underdog in the week following a road game in which they got a first down in less than 25 percent of their offensive plays. Kind of a weird trend, eh? Some more tangible numbers are that the Giants are 8-2 against a total in this range, 7-1 as a favorite (5-0 as a road chalk), and the Falcons are 5-0 against the total as a home dog. Finally, the ‘over’ is 11-4-1 in Atlanta’s last 16 home games. The Falcons haven’t done much scoring this season, but they’ve also faced three of the top six scoring defenses (Minnesota, Jacksonville, Tennessee) in the league this year. Against the two average defenses they faced – Houston and Carolina – the Falcons averaged 23.0 points and went ‘over’ in both games.

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NFL SELECTIONS
6-Unit Play. Take #225 New England (-5.5) over Dallas (4 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 14)
Note: This is our NFL Game of the Month.

This line has skyrocketed since Tuesday and, frankly, I’m stunned by it. That being said, you can’t argue with New England’s success. They have much more experience in these types of games and Tom Brady has been unreal in his career on turf. This is the fourth team that the Pats have played that employs the 3-4 defense and the Pats have covered against all of them. New England is 27-10 ATS on the road, 9-1 ATS as a road favorite, and they have a host of other trends that tell me one thing: the Patriots win. The Cowboys looked awful on MNF and that win reminded me an awful lot of Chicago’s victory in Arizona last year. Of course, the following week the Bears got creamed at home by Miami. I’ll take Brady and Belichick in this one.

Also, there is a system play here: play against a home underdog off a short week that failed to cover on the road in its previous game. That system has hit at 71 percent over the past 10 years.

5-Unit Play. Take #224 Arizona (-4) over Carolina (4 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 14)
Note: Rate this as a 4.5-Unit Play if the line is -4.5 or higher. No play at -6.0 or above - unless David Carr doesn't play.

Never thought I’d live to see the day when Arizona was a solid home favorite play. But the bottom line is that their defense plays exceptional at home and they are facing an incredibly shaky Panthers squad. There is a specific system here – play against road teams with a winning record off an upset win – that has hit at 62.4 percent since 1983! David Carr is shaky enough when he’s healthy. But he’s been limited by injury and even though he’ll start on Sunday he isn’t 100 percent and we’re one rough hit away from a Vinny Testaverde sighting. Read that last sentence again and then walk confidently up to the window.

4.5-Unit Play. Take #219 Tennessee (+3) over Tampa Bay (1 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 14)
This one is automatic. The Titans are 13-3 ATS overall and 13-3 ATS as an underdog over the past two seasons. Jeff Fisher is 14-1 SU against NFC South opponents and Tennessee’s dominating defense should control the Tampa Bay offense. The Bucs have picked up their three wins against teams with a combined 3-11 overall record. I’m not impressed. The Bucs are 4-10-1 ATS in their last 15 as a favorite and I see the Titans winning this one outright so consider that moneyline as well.

3-Unit Play. TEASER: Take #213 Minnesota (+11.5) over Chicago (1 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 14) AND Take #210 Jacksonville (Pick) over Houston (1 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 14)
The Chicago-Minnesota game is going to be a battle, and we’ll take the points. Chicago is coming off a huge win on Sunday night and now they face a well-rested Vikings defense. There is a system that has hit at 69.2 percent since 1997 that is in play here and I think that in a low scoring game having the points will be to our advantage.

Jacksonville was swept by Houston last year and I do think that they have revenge on their minds. I know that’s a reach considering that Houston is 6-4 overall against the Jags. But Houston is still banged up and have had a ton of trouble running the ball. It isn’t going to get any easier against a brutal Jags rush defense.

2-Unit Play. Take #229 New Orleans (+7) over Seattle (8 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 14)
Over the past decade, teams that start the season 0-4 SU are a combined 23-11 ATS as an underdog in their fifth game of the season. Seven points are a lot to give up in any NFL game, and the Seahawks are just squirrelly enough to keep the Saints close. The Seahawks are 2-7-1 ATS as a favorite, 4-9-1 ATS against the NFC, and just 5-23 ATS in October games.

2-Unit Play. Take ‘Under’ 53.0 New England at Dallas (4 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 14)
This too is automatic. Games set at 50.0 or higher over the last three seasons are just 2-14 against the total. Granted, not too many of those games have featured two teams averaging 35 points per game, but this is one of those trends that goes against the grain and one that I will always play when given the opportunity. We are already 2-0 this year going ‘under’ on totals of 50+ so we’re going to go with it.

2-Unit Play. Take ‘Under’ 37.5 Minnesota at Chicago (1 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 14)
The Vikings don’t have the weapons to take advantage of Chicago’s weakened defense and the Bears don’t have the strength up front to sustain drives against the Vikings front seven. I will be very surprised if this game sees more than 30 points and I don’t see more than three combined touchdowns.

2-Unit Play. Take 'Under' 45.0 Miami at Cleveland (1 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 14)
Let me get this straight: a game where the starting quarterbacks are Cleo Lemon and Derek Anderson has one of the highest totals of the weekend? I don't think so. Cleveland has gone 'over' in all five of its games this year, but against the Patriots it took a fluke pick-six to push the game over the total. That's a red flag and I expect their streak to come to an end.

2-Unit Play. Take #227 Oakland (+10) over San Diego (4 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 14)
The Raiders have lost seven straight against the Chargers. But if they’re not ready to compete with them now they likely never will be. This is a ton of points in a rivalry game and after an extra week of rest and preparation I think that Oakland is ready to go toe-to-toe with San Diego.

MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL SELECTION
1-Unit Play. Take ‘Over’ 43.5 New York Giants at Atlanta (8 p.m., Monday, Oct. 15)
The Falcons are 15-0 against the total as an underdog in the week following a road game in which they got a first down in less than 25 percent of their offensive plays. Kind of a weird trend, eh? Some more tangible numbers are that the Giants are 8-2 against a total in this range, 7-1 as a favorite (5-0 as a road chalk), and the Falcons are 5-0 against the total as a home dog. Finally, the ‘over’ is 11-4-1 in Atlanta’s last 16 home games. The Falcons haven’t done much scoring this season, but they’ve also faced three of the top six scoring defenses (Minnesota, Jacksonville, Tennessee) in the league this year. Against the two average defenses they faced – Houston and Carolina – the Falcons averaged 23.0 points and went ‘over’ in both games.

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    * 4 units on the Baltimroe Ravens (-9) over the St Louis Rams, 1:00
    * 4 units on the OVER 42 1/2 Philadelphia Eagles/NY Jets, 1:00
    * 3 units on the Cincinnati Bengals (-2 1/2) over the Kansas City Chiefs, 1:00

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10* NFL Dolphins +4

10* NFL Dolphins - Browns UNDER 45

5* NFL Saints +6

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St. Louis Rams at Baltimore Ravens
Sunday, October 14th, 1:00 P.M. EST EST

Ai Simulator 3-star graded play OVER Ravens/Rams – AiS shows a 73% probability that 37 or more points will be scored in this game. Supporting this graded play is a system that has gone 23-4 OVER since 1997. Play over with any team where the total is between 35.5 and 42 points after a home game where both teams scored 24 or more points and a game being played in October. Baltimore, not known for passing completes a high percentage when they do. Rams defense has had problems defending high completion pass teams noting that they are 12-2 OVER (+9.8 Units) vs. excellent passing teams with a completion percentage of 64% or better since 1992. ST LOUIS is 22-10 OVER (+11.0 Units) vs. poor passing defenses allowing 7 or more passing yards/attempt since 1992. Amazing too that Baltimore has gone 3-2, but 0-5 ATS with a 3-1-1 OVER mark. I think this reflects their ability to score points and also that their defense is NOT what it once was either. Rams will be able to move the ball and score points. I would not be surprised to see 50 scored in this game based on the AiS projections and matchups. Terry Holt, Bennett, and Bruce all have advantages in man coverage schemes. Rams will spread the field with 4 WR sets and I would also not be surprised to see a no huddle scheme as well. Frerotte is expected to play instead of the injured Bulger and it does not matter who starts – this game will go over.

Play on: Over

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