NOW HIRING - HANDICAPPERS

TheSpread Insiders are looking for new handicapping talent to add to our roster for this upcoming Football season. If you are an amateur handicapper looking to take your game to the next level or an existing full time handicapper looking to to get associated with and established brand like TheSpread.com now is your chance.

Contact Us using the link at the top of the page to introduce yourself and find out more!

Sunday Service Picks and Consensus Reports

Re: Sunday Service Picks and Consensus Reports

  Winning Points Hoops
NCAA

Sunday, December 16

***BEST BET
Old Dominion over Virginia Tech by 17
Haven?t had one of those patented, targeted Blaine Taylor affairs in a while, but here
comes another in the series of mostly successful attempts to earn himself a huge portrait
hung from the rafters as well as a recruiting nugget in the great state of Virginia.
ODU?s head coach is waxing his mustache as we speak, preparing the Monarchs for a
less intense version of Seth Greenberg?s defense. When the Hokies aren?t getting steals
to fuel transition, their halfcourt offense is poor. ODU?s point guard is a heady player,
they have multiple three-point shooters, and the other side?s point guards are freshmen.
OLD DOMINION, 72-55.

***BEST BET
Nevada* over Central Florida by 22
Central Florida might be dialing Reno 911 for help as they ascend in altitude and attitude
from the first meeting between the WAC and A-Sun in rare, in-season, non-conference
home-and-home. UCF is 0-2 SU in true roadies to date, and their slim win vs.
Nevada was the ever-skeptical ?gym christening? variety, accomplished when Nevada
was under the added burden of traveling a long way after a team member had been
booted for being a bad boy at a party gone bad. Prior to that 63-60 season-opening
defeat, Nevada coach Mark Fox said the focus would be more on his own team rather
than Central Florida. Not now. Marcellus Kemp shot 1-for-8 from three-point range
in that game and will do much better in this re-hook. NEVADA, 81-59.

Illinois State over Bowling Green* by 1

Arkansas State* over Ball State by 18

UL-Monroe* over UL-Lafayette by 10
ULL needs to shoot straighter to be able to hang in there within conference this season.
UL-MONROE, 80-70

North Carolina over Rutgers* by 22
Roy Williams could be stretched out on his back on the scorer?s table with a guy holding
a sun lamp over him while this one unfolds. If it gets down to Rutgers? walk-ons
vs. Roy?s blue-chip subs, only Rutgers can get burned. NORTH CAROLINA, 82-60.

Arizona* over Fresno State by 21
Lousy schedule and bad efforts vs. the few strong foes prompts a ?Say no to Fresno?
message. ARIZONA, 88-67.

mvbski
useravatar
Offline
43759 Posts
Administrator has disabled public posting

Re: Sunday Service Picks and Consensus Reports

Alex Smart

6 unit Total GOY Green Bay/St. Louis over
2 unit Cleveland
2 unit Atlanta/Tampa Bay under

mvbski
useravatar
Offline
43759 Posts
Administrator has disabled public posting

Re: Sunday Service Picks and Consensus Reports

L T Prophets

2 unit Carolina
2 unit Phi/Dallas under
2 unit Wash/NYG under

mvbski
useravatar
Offline
43759 Posts
Administrator has disabled public posting

Re: Sunday Service Picks and Consensus Reports

Mike Rose

3 unit Buffalo
3 unit San Diego
2 unit Jax/Pitt under

mvbski
useravatar
Offline
43759 Posts
Administrator has disabled public posting

Re: Sunday Service Picks and Consensus Reports

Roberto Ferraringo

7-Unit Play. Take #266 Pittsburgh (-3.5) over Jacksonville (1 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 16)
Note: This is our NFL Game of the Month.

I think we have a strong bounce back performance from the Steelers in front of the home faithful. The weather for this game is going to be awful, and I don?t think that the boys from Florida are going to be down for some snow, wind, and general cold weather. The Jags are going to be without DT Marcus Stroud and DE Reggie Hayward, and although they have gotten along without Mike Peterson this is the type of game they will miss him the most. The Jags have the No. 27 pass defense and without Stroud and Hayward I don?t see their run defense being strong enough to stop the Steelers. This is a revenge game. And Pittsburgh is 12-1 ATS at home with revenge off a double-digit straight-up loss against a team off a win. Basically, Pittsburgh excels in these situations where they come back, with extra motivation, and lay a whooping on a team that?s value is high after a victory. I do think this game will be close for a while, but I think that the Steelers do win this game by two touchdowns.

2.5-Unit Play. Take ?Over? 45.5 Detroit at San Diego (4 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 16)
I think that San Diego can put up 30+ points here all by themselves ? especially if they could manage 23 against Tennessee. The Chargers are going to be without Shawne Merriman and Jamal Williams, which should lighten the pass rush and allow Detroit a little more time and room to operate. These two teams average a combined 46.3 points on offense and allow an average of 45.3 on defense, so merely an ?average? day should cover these numbers. But with key defensive personnel missing I think both offenses will open things up. The ?over? is 11-4 in Detroit?s last 15 road games and 5-1 in their last six overall. The ?over? is also 8-3 in San Diego?s last 11 games against sub-.500 team, 5-2 in their last seven games against the NFC, and is 9-2 since 2002 at home against NFC teams.

2-Unit Play. Take New Orleans (-3.5) over Arizona (1 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 16)
I just think that the Cardinals have run out of steam. The loss of Adrian Wilson on defense has been too much to overcome and there is just now way that you can trust Kurt Warner on the road, especially without Anquan Boldin and with a banged-up Larry Fitzgerald. I think this line should be a couple points higher and in a game where I anticipate a lot of scoring the hook on this three doesn't worry me as much.

2-Unit Play. Take 'Under' 43.0 Buffalo at Cleveland (1 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 16)
Yes, these are two pretty terrible defenses. But you can't underestimate the conservativeness of Dick Jauron. I think that's going to hurt the Bills in this game, especially if they fall behind, and I think it helps keep the scoring down in this one. This game will have a playoff feel to it and I expect both clubs to be a little tentative and nervous. Mix in some snow, cold, and 22-mile-per-hour winds and I see a sloppy grinder that Cleveland wins by double-digits.

mvbski
useravatar
Offline
43759 Posts
Administrator has disabled public posting

Re: Sunday Service Picks and Consensus Reports

Pacific Star

5 unit Pitt
3 unit Buffalo
3 unit Jax/ Pitt over
3 unit Carolina
3 unit Car/Sea over
3 unit TB/Atl under
3 unit KC
3 unit AZ
3 unit Oak
3 unit Philly

mvbski
useravatar
Offline
43759 Posts
Administrator has disabled public posting

Re: Sunday Service Picks and Consensus Reports

Teddy Servaransky

5 unit Oakland
3 unit Buffalo
3 unit Carolina
3 unit Washington

mvbski
useravatar
Offline
43759 Posts
Administrator has disabled public posting

Re: Sunday Service Picks and Consensus Reports

Carlo Campanella

Game: Jacksonville Jaguars at Pittsburgh Steelers Dec 16 2007 1:00PM

Prediction: under

Reason: Jacksonville has won 4 of their last 5 games and enter off a 36-6 blowout victory against Carolina last weekend. The offense is putting up 23.5 points per game this year, while their stingy defense is holding foes to just 17.6 points per game! Pittsburgh enters off a 13-34 loss at New England, but has not lost back-to-back games this season and is on a 5-2 winning steak during their last 7 games. The Steelers average 23.8 points per game behind QB Ben Roethlisberger, but supported by a defense shutting opponents down to an awesome 14.5 points per game! Look for that defense to step it up this week as we find Pittsburgh owning an INCREDIBLE 0-11 (Over/Under) record after losing their previous game as Favorites!

7* Play On UNDER

mvbski
useravatar
Offline
43759 Posts
Administrator has disabled public posting

Re: Sunday Service Picks and Consensus Reports

Jim Kruuger

3 unit San Diego
3 unit Philly/Dallas under

mvbski
useravatar
Offline
43759 Posts
Administrator has disabled public posting

Re: Sunday Service Picks and Consensus Reports

MARK LAWRENCE

5* Minn

4* Jags

3* Wash

mvbski
useravatar
Offline
43759 Posts
Administrator has disabled public posting

Re: Sunday Service Picks and Consensus Reports

BEN BURNS

Miami

St Louis

Oakland

Carolina

Washington

STL under

mvbski
useravatar
Offline
43759 Posts
Administrator has disabled public posting

Re: Sunday Service Picks and Consensus Reports

DR BOB


2 Star Selection
**MIAMI 21 Baltimore (-3.5) 17
10:00 AM Pacific, 16-Dec-07
This is Miami’s best chance to get a victory and they know it. Coach Cam Cameron has reinserted Cleo Lemon at quarterback and Lemon is a bit of an upgrade over rookie John Beck, who has started the previous 4 games. Lemon came off the bench last week and played fairly well, but the Dolphins’ offense has been horrible since losing leading rusher and receiver Ronnie Brown after 7 games. Miami actually had a pretty decent offense when Brown was playing, but they’ve averaged only 3.8 yards per play and 9.5 points in 6 games without Brown. The attack will be a little better than that with Lemon at quarterback and Lemon should post good numbers against a depleted Ravens’ secondary that is now without star CB Chris McAlister for the rest of the season and may be without other starting CB Samari Rolle again this week. Neither played last week when they were expected to and the secondary was torched by Peyton Manning. The Ravens were very good defending the pass in 4 games in which McAlister and Rolle both played, including their near upset of the Patriots two weeks ago, but they’ve given up a horrendous 7.7 yards per pass play (against teams that would average 6.3 yppp against an average secondary) in 9 games in which either Rolle or McAlister didn’t play. Miami would be foolish to try to run against the Ravens, but my math model projects a decent 6.2 yards per pass play for Miami in this game. Baltimore’s offense has been 0.8 yards per play worse than average this season (4.6 yppl against teams that would allow 5.4 yppl to an average team) and they’re only 0.1 yppl better than that with Kyle Boller at quarterback. Miami’s defense is only 0.3 yppl worse than average, so the Ravens are still going to struggle to move the ball in this game. Baltimore is 0-6 ATS on the road this season and only 4-19 ATS in their last 23 road games when not getting at least 10 points, including 0-7 ATS as a road favorite. Miami hasn’t covered the spread in 5 home games this season but the Dolphins apply to a 47-15-1 ATS subset of a 155-87-5 ATS contrary situation that is actually 11-0 ATS when applying to a winless team. I know it’s tough to bet on a team that is 0-13, but there have been 3 other teams since 1980 that were 0-13 or worse and those teams were 2-1 straight up and 3-0 ATS with the straight up winners being dogs of 11 ½ and 7 points. The Dolphins will be playing hard in order to avoid a winless season. Baltimore is not going to want to be the first to lose to Miami, but the Ravens just aren’t a good team with their bad offense and banged up secondary and they were horrible on the road even when they were good. While betting on a winless underdog is a good bet, playing against a road favorite on a long losing streak is also wise. Baltimore has lost 7 consecutive games and road favorites of 3 points or more are only 1-6 ATS if they’re riding a 4 games or more losing streak, including 0-3 ATS against a winless team. Road favorites on a 4 games or more losing streak are also just 2-6 straight up and 1-7 ATS against a home team with a win percentage of .125 or less with the two straight up wins coming by 3 points and 1 point. In general it is best to take the underdog in a battle of slumping teams, as underdogs are 59% ATS since 1980 if both teams have lost 3 or more games in a row (8-1 ATS for home dogs if both teams have lost 4 or more games in a row). My math model favors Miami by 1 point and I’ll take Miami in a 2-Star Best Bet at +3 points or more.


Strong Opinion
CAROLINA 17 Seattle (-7.5) 20
10:00 AM Pacific, 16-Dec-07
Seattle has won and covered in 5 consecutive games while Carolina is 1-6 straight up and 1-6 ATS in their last 7 games with their only win coming against the woeful 49ers. However, those recent trends have been factored into the line on this game more than they should be. Seattle is not as good as their 9-4 record as the Seahawks have played a very easy schedule of teams this season and actually just barely better than an average NFL team. Seattle’s offense has averaged 5.4 yards per play for the season (against teams that would allow 5.4 yppl to an average team) and the Seahawks have allowed 4.9 yppl to teams that would combine to average only 5.1 yppl against an average team. Seattle has been helped by a +13 in turnover margin but they are not likely to continue to be +1 in turnover margin going forward. Carolina is a bad offensive team, but Vinnie Testaverde is a better option at quarterback than David Carr was and the Panthers are 0.6 yppl worse than average offensively while rating at 0.2 yppl better than average on defense (5.1 yppl allowed to teams that would combine to average 5.3 yppl against an average team). My math model only favors Seattle by 4 points in this game and the Panthers apply to a strong 52-11-3 ATS contrary indicator that favored Houston over Tampa Bay last week for a Best Bet winner. Seattle is just 9-23 ATS under coach Holmgren after a win over a division rival and this certainly looks like a letdown spot for the Seahawks, who just clinched the NFC West with last week’s win over the Cardinals. I’m going to hold off on making this game a Best Bet because the Panthers are 0-8 ATS recently when hosting a team with a .500 or better record. There is certainly enough here to consider Carolina a Strong Opinion at +7 points or more.

mvbski
useravatar
Offline
43759 Posts
Administrator has disabled public posting

Re: Sunday Service Picks and Consensus Reports

Vegas Vic

Bears (+10) over VIKINGS
This selection is not so much about the talent on the field, but more about the mind-set off the field. In the last game between these ancient rivals from the old Black & Blue division, Minnesota posted a 34-31 victory at Chicago, but it wasn't so much the score, as the phenomenal rushing effort of Vikings rookie Adrian Peterson. In only his fifth game, Peterson rumbled for 224 yards, scoring touchdowns on runs of 67, 73 and 35 yards. That was the most yards the Bears defense has given up, ever! And that goes back 88 years. Then, we have to take a look at the inflated double-digit spread in a historic context. The last time Da Bears were a double-digit 'dog was in 2004. Guess where? Yup, Minnesota. Guess who covered? Yup, Chicago. The final score was 27-22 Minny, which sounds just about right for this Monday night affair.

STEELERS (-3) over Jaguars

If we're talking about embarrassing, Sunday's 34-13 loss to New England has to be at the top of Pittsburgh's list. The Steelers will lose, and even lose by more than 10 points every now and then, but it's the way they bounce back from a nasty loss that has caught our attention. Over the last few years, after a double-digit loss, Pittsburgh has roared back, covering seven of the last eight. At 87.5 percent, it's a number we can live with and wager on. Another number we can live with, and it doesn't get any better, is 100 percent. That's the Steelers' flow chart at Heinz Field so far this season with a 7-0 mark. Mix in some temperatures in the high 20s or low 30s, a few inches of snow, and you have the perfect scenario for Pittsburgh to complete its 2007 home schedule at 8-0 against this group of invaders from Florida.

Ravens (-3) over DOLPHINS

We all know Miami is the only team ever to post a perfect record (17-0 in 1972), and now the Dolphins can add the bookend - an 0-16 season. At least Miami was somewhat competitive over the first half of the season, but getting outscored, 81-30, the last three times out, and averaging only 10 points per game on offense is a sign that this team has flat-out quit on first-year coach Cam Cameron. And after getting humiliated by Peyton Manning and the Colts Sunday, the Ravens' emotional Ray Lewis will have his defense ready for a huge effort in the town where he played his college ball at the University of Miami.

Titans (-3) over CHIEFS

Playing against Kansas City at Arrowhead Stadium was a no-no for many years, but not this season. The Chiefs stumble into their home finale with an ugly 2-5 record straight up there and a 1-5-1 record against the spread.

Redskins (+5) over GIANTS

OK, so the New Yorkers are road warriors, winning six of seven away from home. But when the Giants come back to New Jersey, their 3-3 record in just adequate. And in the prevous two at home, the G-Men have been outscored, 72-37. Washington kept its playoff hopes alive with a 24-16 effort against Chicago last Thursday, and a win here would even the record and put the Redskins right in the thick of the wild-card race.

Eagles (+10) over COWBOYS

Not too many bright spots in Philly this season, but take the show out of town, and you'll find a silver lining, with the Birds working on a 4-0 streak against the spread.

Jets (+23) over PATRIOTS

Remember the last time we had New England as a 20-something point favorite? The Pats almost lost and had no shot at covering the humongous spread in a 31-28 win over the Eagles. Just call it d?j? vu all over again.

I also like:

49ERS (+9) over Bengals

Cardinals (+3) over SAINTS

Falcons (+13) over BUCCANEERS

Bills (+5) over BROWNS

RAMS (+9) over Packers

PANTHERS (+ over Seahawks

RAIDERS (+11) over Colts

Lions (+10) over CHARGERS

mvbski
useravatar
Offline
43759 Posts
Administrator has disabled public posting

Re: Sunday Service Picks and Consensus Reports

OC DOOLEY COMP

10-2 past twelve days

“1 UNIT” SUNDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL (Giants -4’ at home versus Redskins in an 8:20 eastern kickoff on NBC): It has been an emotional rollercoaster for Washington who still is on the very fringe of the NFC playoffs, even though a postseason appearance looks very bleak due to 4 consecutive recent losses where they blew leads in the fourth quarter. Of course the Redskins are still stunned by the death of their best player, Pro Bowl safety Sean Taylor, who was shot and killed at his home two weeks ago. After getting some much needed “closure” following his funeral, Washington went out and snapped that 4-game skid last Thursday in a what turned out to be a very expensive home triumph against Chicago. In that 24-16 triumph, starting quarterback Jason Campbell was lost early due to a dislocated kneecap, which most likely will sideline him for the remainder of the season. 36 year-old Todd Collins came off the bench and actually played quite well, but the odds of him pulling off solid statistics two weeks in a row are rather remote, since the Giants have one of the league’s top-rated defenses. Before last Thursday’s appearance, Collins had thrown a grand total of just 27 passes since being benched by Buffalo TEN long years ago. The key to this evening’s pick in my mind actually has to do with the tough SCHEDULE that the Giants are going to have to deal with down the stretch. After tonight’s clash against an opponent with a sub .500 record, New York will once again take to the road and play a Buffalo team that nearly upset another squad from the NDC East (Dallas) earlier in the campaign. The Giants will wrap up the regular season in what could be a historical contest against undefeated New England, so they really need to win this evening. The bottom line is that the Giants control their own destiny as a victory this evening clinches an NFC wild-card playoff berth. For years, the Giants had fallen victim to poor second-half performances, but this time they have avoided falling into a swoon, after reeling off SEVEN consecutive victories in the early stages of the campaign. In the past two weeks against desperate opponents on the road, the Giants came away with consecutive hard-fought victories at both Chicago and Philadelphia. In that game in the Windy City two weeks ago, the Bears literally led all the way until the very late stages of the fourth quarter as the Giants showed amazing composure. Last Sunday the Giants won again even though they were playing without a pair of injured safeties in their defensive secondary. In my opinion, New York is due not only for an “easy” victory, but also cakewalk in front of the HOME fans. The last time they played at Giants Stadium, New York got trounced 41-17 by Minnesota which plunged the overall home season record to just the .500 mark. My database research indicates that in the past three years, the Giants are a solid 23-12 ATS when facing conference opposition. Ever since Tom Coughlin has been head coach, the Giants have gone 14-5 ATS after winning 2 of the prior 3 outings straight-up. As for Washington, they are a disastrous 3-14 ATS when playing their final DIVISIONAL ROAD game of the season, which is the case tonight. In this Redskins/Giants series, the FAVORITE has successfully covered the spread 10 of the past 15 times.

mvbski
useravatar
Offline
43759 Posts
Administrator has disabled public posting

Re: Sunday Service Picks and Consensus Reports

Jim Rich~Fade away

Lost last night
last week 5-11
95~111

Pats over 46
Giants over 36 1/2
Bucs over 49
Miami over 37 1/2
Seattle over 37
Pack over 44
Philly under 48 1/2
Jags over 37

Vikes over (mon) 43
cards over 48
brownies over 43 1/2
colts under 45
lions over 45 1/2
Reply With Quote

mvbski
useravatar
Offline
43759 Posts
Administrator has disabled public posting

Re: Sunday Service Picks and Consensus Reports

ATS Financial Package

NFL

4units on the San Diego Chargers (-9 1/2) over the Detroit Lions, 4:00
4 units on the St Louis Rams (+9) over the Green Bay Packers, 1:00

CBB

3 units on Fresno State (+19 1/2) over Arizona, 3:00

mvbski
useravatar
Offline
43759 Posts
Administrator has disabled public posting

Re: Sunday Service Picks and Consensus Reports

Ted Sevransky Comp
Take the Over - Pitt/Jak

Pure Lock Free Plays

Arizona @ New Orleans 1:00 Pm Est
Play On: Arizona (+) Pts


Ken Jenkins

3 unit Green Bay/St. Louis over

mvbski
useravatar
Offline
43759 Posts
Administrator has disabled public posting

Re: Sunday Service Picks and Consensus Reports

THE GOLD SHEET- CONFIDENTIAL KICK OFF

10 *TAMPA BAY over Atlanta
Late Score Forecast:
*TAMPA BAY 27 - Atlanta 6
(Sunday, December 15)

With Bucs nearly in total control in the NFC South, look for them to bounce back with a vengeance from last week’s sloppy defeat in Houston. More importantly in this matchup, CKO insiders remind us that T.B. is now strong whereAtlanta is weak—namely, at DE vs. OT (where the Falcons have lost two starters and one top backup TY). DEs Greg White & Gaines Adams have combined for 13 sacks, and , on offense,Bucs RB Earnest Graham (798 YR) hasbeen a valuable workhorse.


10* CHICAGO over *Minnesota
Late Score Forecast:
CHICAGO 24 - *Minnesota 23
(Monday, December 16)

Yes, the Vikes and their young offense is good. But Minnesota is still vulnerable vs. the pass on defense. And,while the defending NFC champs are virtually out of the playoffs, they still have plenty of coaching, talent, and pride.And they haven’t been a double-digit underdog in more than three years,and they covered that one (at Minnesota!).


TOTALS:

OVER (51) in the New York Jets-New England game—Pointspread is high, but total is reasonable if Pats want to run up the score; N.E. “over” 10-3 TY...

OVER (38) in the in the Seattle-Carolina game—Seahawk offense (30 ppg last 7) in a groove

mvbski
useravatar
Offline
43759 Posts
Administrator has disabled public posting

Re: Sunday Service Picks and Consensus Reports

Larry Ness

My 20* NFL Game of the Year is on the Pittsburgh Steelers at 1:00 ET. I predicted at the beginning of the year that the Jags would be a playoff team and at 9-4 SU and ATS through 13 games, my pick looks good. Del Rio's decision to go with Garrard over Leftwich at QB has been justified, as Garrard has posted a 103.3 QB rating with a 13-1 ratio! The running game took a while to get going but Taylor has topped 100 yards in three straight (he's averaging over 7.0 YPC in those games!) and Jones-Drew is always there if needed. The pass D has been just so-so but the rush D, after allowing 282 yards in Week 1, has allowed just 77.3 YPG the last 12! However, if you think I'm going with the Jags, I'm NOT! Garrard can't throw downfield and his WRs are very average. Defensively, LB Peterson is likely out for the year, DE Hayward (the team's best pass rusher) is questionable and DT Stroud (the team's BEST player!) has just been placed on IR (returned from a four-game suspension LW but got hurt!). As for Pittsburgh, FORGET the New England game! Prior to the Pats, Pittsburgh ranked No. 1 in scoring D, total D (No. 1 in pass / No. 2 in rush) and not much has changed! The rush D allows 72.6 YPG (3.6 per and just 3 TDs!) and the pass D allows 172.8 YPG with a league-best 54.8%! Big Ben is having an excellent year, while Willie Parker is now the NFL leader in rushing (league-high seven 100-plus games). RB Davenport can block, catch and convert on short-yardage. Ward leads a receiving corps that will have little trouble with the Jags' mediocre pass D (allows 60 YPG more than Pitt's does). Other than the Pats, the Steelers are the only other unbeaten home team (7-0 SU and 5-2 ATS). They only have a one game lead over the Browns in the AFC North and although their final two games are against the Rams and Ravens (a combined 7-19), the Steelers have played so poorly on the road, I believe they'll be highly focused for their final home game. The Steelers ate some "humble pie" last week but this Sunday, Pittsburgh will have to respond to their "doubters." After two consecutive three-point wins, the Pats "answered all questions" vs the Steelers. I believe Pittsburgh will do like-wise here. Big Ben has been outstanding at home, completing 71.0% with a 12-5 ratio and a QB rating of 105.5. The Steelers edged the Browns by three points and also beat Miami just 3-0 but that was in a downpour. In Pittsburgh's other five home games, the margins have been 23, 21, 21, 31 and 14! Pitt will also remember last year's Week 2 loss (MNF) at Jacksonville 9-0, when Big Ben was making his first appearance after his motorcycle accident (141 YP / 0-2 ratio). The Jags are in the "wrong place at the wrong time!" NFL Game of the Year 20* Pittsburgh Steelers.

mvbski
useravatar
Offline
43759 Posts
Administrator has disabled public posting

Re: Sunday Service Picks and Consensus Reports

Gator Report (Cajun-Sports)


Game: Green Bay Packers vs. St. Louis Rams

Technical Set: Green Bay is 16-3 Over when playing in Domed Stadiums, 7-3 Over versus the NFC West, 8-1 Over coming off a non-conference game, 35-15 Over vs. poor offensive teams - scoring 17 or less points/game since 1992, 16-6 Over in road games after gaining 6.5 or more yards/play in their previous game since 1992, 41-24 Over after having won 6 or 7 out of their last 8 games since 1992, 8-1 Over after 1 or more consecutive wins against the spread this season. ST Louis is 13-4 Over vs. excellent passing teams with a completion pct. of 64% or better since 1992, 22-9 Over vs. good passing teams averaging 7 or more passing yards/att. since 1992, 6-1 Over when playing at home and facing Green Bay, 10-2 Over at home versus non-division opponents playing with revenge, 6-1 Over the game after facing Cincinnati, 8-2 Over versus the NFC North. Situational Set: Play Over NFL road teams against the total off a home win by 10 points or more against opponent off a road cover where the team lost as an underdog, 31-9 Over the last ten seasons. Play Over NFL home teams against the total off a cover where the team lost as an underdog against opponent off a home win by 10 points or more, 35-14 Over the last ten years. Play Over NFL road teams where the total is between 42.5 and 49 points after going over the total by 28 or more points total in their last three games, after the first month of the season, 36-11 Over the last five seasons. After Game 13 of the season Play Over on non-divisional road favorites of 5+ points when they are coming off a SU win in their last game, 18-6 Over since 1989, this Situational Set has posted a record of 8-1 Over the last three seasons. Two of the last three in this series played in St Louis have gone over the posted total and six of the last ten overall.

Selection: GREEN BAY PACKERS / ST. LOUIS RAMS OVER


Gator's Super System Selections

Each week during the football, basketball and baseball season's we will post our Top Rated System Selections along with the qualifying system.

Game: Atlanta Falcons vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

System: Play AGAINST a road underdog of more than 2 points with a total under 59 points off a non-saturday home contest allowing 32+ points in their last game and a road contest allowing 31+ points in their game before that, 22-2 ATS

Selection: TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS (-)


NFL (Sunday)

Game: Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

Play On NFL home teams off 2 or more consecutive unders, in a game involving two good offensive teams (23-27 PPG), 30-6 ATS since 1983.

SELECTION: PITTSBURGH STEELERS (-)

mvbski
useravatar
Offline
43759 Posts
Administrator has disabled public posting

Board Info

Board Stats:
 
Total Topics:
44532
Total Polls:
2
Total Posts:
277523
Average Posts Per Hour:
3.3
User Info:
 
Total Users:
3483
Newest User:
Mark Landers
Members Online:
1
Guests Online:
2132

Online: 
Blade

Forum Legend:

 Topic
 New
 Locked
 Sticky
 Active
 New/Locked
 Sticky/Locked

Privacy Policy | Terms of Service | Contact Us | Advertising | 888-99-SPREAD

THIS IS NOT A GAMBLING SITE – If you think you have a gambling problem click here.

Disclaimer: This site is for informational and entertainment purposes only. Individual users are responsible for the laws regarding accessing gambling information from their jurisdictions. Many countries around the world prohibit gambling, please check the laws in your location. Any use of this information that may violate any federal, state, local or international law is strictly prohibited.

Copyright: The information contained on TheSpread.com website is protected by international copyright and may not be reproduced, or redistributed in any way without expressed written consent.

About: TheSpread.com is the largest sports betting news site in the United States. We provide point spread news, odds, statistics and information to over 199 countries around the world each year. Our coverage includes all North American College and Professional Sports as well as entertainment, political and proposition wagering news.

©1999-2013 TheSpread.com