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5-Star NFL Playoff Game of the Year - Indianapolis Colts (-) over San Diego Chargers, Sunday Jan 13th 12:00 pm CST.

With so much attention paid to New England this regular season, many have overlooked just how of a season the Colts are having. Indianapolis, statistically, is actually having a better season than it did last year when it won the Super Bowl. The Colts defense, which was the team’s Achilles Heel last year, leads the NFL with just 16.4 points allowed per game and is second and third in passing and total yards allowed, respectively. The Indy offense has been nearly as good as last season’s despite numerous injuries suffered throughout the unit. The Colts are third in the league with 28.1 points per game and fifth with 358.6 total yards per game. Indy’s 13-3 record also trumps last year’s 12-4 mark. An easy argument could be made that the Colts could be the undefeated team, not New England. They led the Patriots by 10 points in the fourth quarter before losing. They would’ve beaten San Diego in the earlier meeting if not for a missed 30-yard field goal from Adam Vinatieri. And they would’ve beaten Tennessee in the regular season finale if their starters played all 60 minutes. Much is being made of San Diego’s current seven-game winning streak but it is far from an impressive streak. The only wins over a team with a winning record came against Tennessee and both were far from convincing victories. The Chargers trailed the Titans in both the regular season and postseason games and could’ve easily lost both contests. This is also a very good spot for the Colts. Home teams in the second round of the playoffs, off a loss in the regular season finale, win at a 75 percent clip historically. That doesn’t bode well for a San Diego team that struggled on the road this year. The Chargers went just 4-4 SU and ATS on the road this year with the four wins coming against teams with a combined record of 25-39. The four losses came by 14 points per game and each came against a team with a .500 record or better. Another big factor in this game will be the availability of each team’s star receiver. Indy’s Marvin Harrison is expected back for the Colts after missing the last 10 games while San Diego’s Antonio Gates is questionable with a toe injury. These developments improve the Colts offense while weakening the Chargers offense. The Colts are the superior team in this second round matchup and that will be obvious by the final score. Indy gets its revenge from the earlier season loss with a double-digit win here. Take the Colts at home minus the points.

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2-Unit Play. #107 Take San Diego +9 over Indianapolis (Sunday - 1 pm)

Again this is too many points from a team that is coming off a bye week and may not be rolling as much as the Wild Card teams coming off big wins last weekend. The Chargers have the most explosive player on the field, and if LT touches the ball 30+ times, San Diego will win. That should be the game plan, but also if Philip Rivers can hit Chris Chambers and Vincent Jackson down the field, the Bolts' offense will be even better. I expect both teams to play in the 20s, and this number will be good in a closely fought game.

3-Unit Play. #109 Take New York +7.5 over Dallas (Sunday - 4:30 pm)

Dallas has beaten the Giants already twice this year, but both times the 'Boys came into that game playing better football. Not this time around. New York is clicking right now, and they are a big time road success at 8-1 this season. Eli Manning is playing smart, efficient football, while the G-Men defense is the main reason for their success. Dallas sometimes gets pass happy and that plays right into the hands of New York's front four with Strahan, Osi and company. The Giants are capable of getting into a shootout and coming out on top, but their defense will be ready to contain the Dallas offense and keep this one fairly low scoring. Look for a very scrappy game from the Giants, as they will do everything to get the win. I see a good chance that happens, but the points will be good just the same. Play New York in this one.

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INDIANAPOLIS

NEW YORK

NEW YORK-DALLAS OVER (after reducing the total by 10 points)

Note from Steve Budin:

Using the traditional 10 points you get in a three-team teaser, this Laughlin, Nevada-based group wants you to reduce the points you are laying with Indianapolis at home versus San Diego, increase the points you are getting with New York at Dallas, and reduce the total in the New York-Dallas game and then play the Over in that contest.

Let's make sure we're all on the same page regarding the New York-Dallas total. It is currently sitting around 46 1/2 to 47 points. They want you to reduce the total by 10 points down to 36 1/2 or 37 points and they play the OVER in the game.

As for this service, many of you long-term clients know they originally released a Three-Team teaser on Wednesday. They won the first two legs of that teaser with New England and Green Bay on Saturday. I have brought you all six of their teaser plays this year, of which they are 5-1 so far. When I got the call very late Saturday night that they were releasing this new teaser for Sunday, there was no way I was going to take a pass on it considering their track record, productivity, and reputation. You just don't sit on winners

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Under Giants/Cowboys


Bobby Bo

10* San Diego / Indy under 45.5
3* NY Giants +7
3* Portland +4.5
1* Free Play Duke -14.5

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PORTLAND over *Toronto (NBA Day Game)...Portland remains one of hottest pointspread teams in the NBA, as the Blazers have won 15 of last 17 through Jan 8. Portland should be rested for this game, as Blazers have 3 days off before this match, which kicks off a 7-game, 14-day road trip. Blazers victimized Toronto in first meeting, and Raptors have covered just 2 of last 10 games through Jan. 8, including losing their last 3 SU at home, as team still misses PG T.J. Ford.

PORTLAND 100 - *Toronto 90 RATING - 10


DUKE over Virginia...Duke in a bit of a reloading mode TY, but you can be sure Blue Devils will be fired up for their ACC opener, especially after suffering bitter 68-66 OT loss at Virginia in the two teams' only meeting LY. More importantly, Duke has the Gs in number to throw at the Cavalier main man--6-0 sr. Sean Singletary (18 ppg, 6.8 apg). The rest of the UVa backcourt lacks experience and proven scoring ability, especially in hostile environs. Yes, 6-8 Blue Devil superfrosh Kyle Singler (13 ppg, 6.2 rpg) must stay out of foul trouble. But Duke's shooters and defenders--urged on by the "Cameron Crazies"--should have the Cavs playing catch-up from early on.

*DUKE 81 - Virginia 59 RATING - 10

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Toronto Raptors


Ross Benjamin Free CBB Selection

Rhode Island –7.5

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Vegas Experts Tip Of The Day

Teams are meeting for the third time this season so there will be no tricks. Giants will keep a tight rein on Eli Manning and the Cowboys the same on Tony Romo with T.O. possibly less than 100%. Both clubs have gone under in four of their last six meetings. The Giants held five of their last six opponents to 22 points or less and are 80-50 UNDER after 1 or more consecutive wins since 1992. The loser in Dallas' last six contests has been held to 13 points or less. It is 54-34 UNDER as a favorite of 3.5 to 9.5 points since 1992.

Play on: Under

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San Diego & Giants


Gameday

3* Dallas

3*Colts


Joe Wiz

Indiana +7' over Golden St.

Ball State +2

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Special K COMP

DUKE -14


Cokin Comp

Stanford

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Sunday's Plays...

40 Dime -

GIANTS

10 Dime -

COLTS (Buy the 1/2 point if your line is -10)

5 Dime -

SYRACUSE

HORNETS

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COLLEGE KEY RELEASES

DUKE over Virginia (Sun) RATING: 5

POINTWISE

SAN DIEGO (12-5) at INDIANAPOLIS (13-3)
SUNDAY, JANUARY 13 -- 1:00 PM EST -- CBS TELEVISION
LINE: INDIANAPOLIS BY 8½ -- O/U: 46½
PROPHECY: INDIANAPOLIS 33 - San Diego 17 RATING: 2

NEW YORK GIANTS (11-6) at DALLAS (13-3)
SUNDAY, JANUARY 13 -- 4:30 PM EST -- FOX TELEVISION
LINE: DALLAS BY 7½ -- O/U: 47
PROPHECY: Dallas 24 - NEW YORK GIANTS 23 RATING: 4

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Opinion on Dallas over


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Playoff GOY-------Colts
Blue chip----------Under NYG/DAL
Best bet-----------Canisius
Pers. fave----------Raptors
Annihilator----------Under Raptors/Blazers


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Giants
Under Giants/Boys

NFL
In.Colts/S.D.Chargers Over 46

NBA
Det.Pistons

CBB
Niagara -10.5

NHL
Nashville Predators -165

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30 DIME - Colts

5 DIME - Cowboys
5 DIME - Lakers

Free Picks - Cowboys-Giants Over the Total and West Virginia

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Now let's go attack this winning Sunday fearless together.

30 DIME - Colts

Is there a reason we haven’t heard much about the team that has dominated the regular season the past few campaigns, prior to this year, and happened to win the Super Bowl in 2007? I know the Patriots are undefeated, I know that “no one wants to play the Jaguars right now,” and I know all about Romo and Jessica. I also know Eli Manning is out to prove he is a late-season winner. But is there anyone else out there that thinks the Colts are receiving absolutely no respect by being ignored right now?

I watched the Sunday night game between these two, and I can tell you right now that if Indianapolis does the exact same thing on defense – where it is has improved dramatically since the first meeting – San Diego could struggle to get in the end zone. The Bolts’ offense managed just one touchdown back in November, as return man Darren Sproles gave San Diego that win. And that was against a dinged-up offensive line, a team adapting to missing Marvin Harrison and a game that saw rain falling in three of the four quarters.

The Colts are healthy once again, and their defense is much stronger than it was that night, when it limited LaDanian Tomlinson and company to a mere 177 offensive yards. Now it’s time for the rematch, in Indianapolis, where the Colts are 7-3 ATS.

And if there’s ever been a more competitive quarterback in this game since John Elway (all due respect to Brett Favre), it has to be Peyton Manning, who will be looking to right the ship after throwing six interceptions in the first meeting. Indianapolis finished in the top six offensively in the league in scoring (28.1 ppg, 3rd), total yards (358.7, 5th) and passing yardage (252.1 ypg, 6th), while Manning connected on 65.4 percent of his passes for 4,040 yards with 31 touchdown strikes.

You take those numbers and crunch ‘em with a defense that led the league in points allowed (16.4 ppg.) and third overall (279.7) and I smell a revenge factor taking shape in this one.

5 DIME Cowboys - Dallas was too comfortable in a pair of wins of the Jints during the regular season for me to believe it will struggle tonight at home. Dallas has won the last three meetings - both on the court and at the window. The Cowboys will have too much offense in this game, as I believe Terrel Owens is playing possum with that ankle and will be just fine in today's game. Quarterback Tony Romo completed 64.4 percent of his passes for 4,211 yards with a team-record 36 touchdowns this season, and Owens was on the receiving end of 15. And believe me, the Giants' D won't have the personnel to slow Dallas' offfense. And with the favorite riding a 6-1 ATS mark in this series, I don't see how we ignore the home team here.

5 DIME Lakers - Lay the chalk, as the Lakers have won five straight and welcome the lowly Grizzlies into Staples Center tonight. Memphis hobbles in on a three-game losing streak - a slide that began with a 117-101 loss to the Lakers last Tuesday. LA is on a 15-3 run since the end of November, and suddenly look like one of the major contenders in the Western Conference. Tonight against this defense, it wouldn't surprise me to see them put the same amount up once again, as the Grizzlies have allowed 116 points or more in each of their last three contests, including a 116-104 setback to the Warriors on Friday night. Play LA

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double-dime bet TOR / POR Under 188.0

Analysis
The Portland Trail Blazers have been off for three full days and now fly across the country to play one of the top defensive teams in the NBA at a very off time


WINNERS EDGE

NFL
Chargers+ 10 , 2 units
Cowboys/giants over 46.5 , 2 units

NBA
Hawks - 4 , 2 units

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San Diego (12-5) at Indianapolis (13-3) Indianapolis Colts - 9½

San Diego’s potent defense has played well, but quarterback Eli Manning and his squad firepower will be overpowering.


NY Giants (11-6) at Dallas (13-3) New York Giants + 7½

The Giants have played sound and quarterback Eli Manning has been proficient in the past few contests, while the Cowboys and Romo haven't played well the past month. Dallas is the better team and should win, but the Giants have the drive and will make this a hard fought fight. New York is 7-1 away from home this season and 4-1 ATS in their last 5 games as a road underdog.

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San Diego +10 over Indianapolis
The Colts finally get Marvin Harrison back on offense, but I do not think it will be enough. Indy has proven this year that they are beatable and San Diego has the capability of putting up a lot of points. L.T. was no existent last week, but now should have his fullback back in this game to block for him in addition to having a huge size advantage on the offensive line. The Chargers are going to run the ball and keep Indy off the field. On defense San Diego's line is big and will get pressure on Manning. Let's take the Chargers here and if you are feeling up for it a money line play on San Diego also!
(MONEY LINE CHARGERS +410)

Giants/Cowboys Over 46.5
Eli Manning finally impressed me last week with a big road win in Tampa. The Gmen have been running the ball extremely well which makes it a lot easier for Eli. The Cowboys defense can be penetrated and when you play a team three times in a season if makes it a little easier to operate on offense. Dallas is no Tampa on offense and with Owens going against a rookie and Madison questionable this team is going to put up points. Both games this season went Over the total. I do not see where anything has changed except the Giants should play even better on offense. This is going to be a great game. Take the Over.

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NBA Basketball
Trailblazers +4.5 over Raptors

College Basketball
Duke -14.5 over Virginia

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Gina- Sports Rumble

San Diego Chargers (12-5) at Indianapolis Colts (13-3)

Dungy boys are rested and home, but the Chargers did beat the Colts 23-21 back in November. Peyton Manning played his worst game, 6 interceptions. Look for San Diego to put the pressure on Manning. Indianapolis is 1-10 ATS in its last 11 games when playing at home against San Diego.

San Diego Chargers


New York Giants (11-6) at Dallas Cowboys (13-3)

Expect another close battle in the playoffs. The Giants have played outstanding on the road, 7-1 record, but the Cowboys offense with Romo’s passing game should be enough to cover the line that dropped to 6½. Dallas has won the last three meetings.

Dallas Cowboys

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30 Dime: CHARGERS
5 Dime: TRAILBLAZERS
5 Dime: WEST VIRGINIA


Chargers

Let me ask you something: How many people this week did you hear (or read) give the San Diego Chargers a chance against the Colts today? And I?m not just talking about a chance to win; I?m talking about a chance to just keep it close? Me? I heard one person ? one of about three dozen ? over the course of the week who gave a 12-5 team that?s won (and covered!) seven straight games a prayer of staying within double digits in this game.

This despite the fact San Diego has THE best running back in the NFL ? has played tremendous defense for nearly two months ? and has covered three straight games against the Colts, winning two outright and losing the third in overtime.

Why? Because of the fact the Chargers struggled against the Titans last week? Let me tell you something: The Titans gave the Colts fits way back in Week 2 of the season (Indy escaped with a 22-20 win), then beat the Colts 16-10 in the regular-season finale in Indianapolis (true, the Colts? starters didn?t play very long in that game, but when they were in the game, they didn?t do much).

Is it because the Colts come into this game off a bye week, while the Chargers (the No. 3 seed) had to play? Well, anyone remember the last time the Colts entered a home playoff game off a bye week? I do: It was back in January 2006 against the Steelers ? and Indy lost 21-18 as a 10-point favorite. As was the case this week, every Tom, Dick and Harry picked the Colts to roll in that game against Pittsburgh. And then last year, forced to play ? as the No. 3 seed ? all three rounds of the playoffs, Indy went to and won the Super Bowl. Hmm.

Now, I know the big argument this week has been this: San Diego barely beat Indy 23-21 as a four-point underdog at home back in Week 9 despite getting a kickoff return for a touchdown, a punt return for a touchdown, six Peyton Manning interceptions and a missed chip-shot field goal by Adam Vinatieri in the final seconds. And that argument is usually extended with this statement: Manning had no Marvin Harrison, no Dallas Clark and no Anthony Gonzalez in that game. True enough. But the Colts sure had all their key guys in December 2004 when the Chargers went to Indy, took a 31-16 fourth-quarter lead, blew it, and lost in overtime 34-31 (covering as a seven-point favorite). And the Colts had all their weapons a year later in 2006, when they were 13-0 and hosted the Chargers. Result: San Diego 26, Indianapolis 17. Again, the Chargers were a seven-point underdog.

To refresh: That?s two outright wins and one overtime loss, all as an underdog, for San Diego against Indy. Now, today, they?re catching more points than they did in any of those previous three games. In fact, this line has rocketed up from an opening number of 7? and gone past 10! That means every single penny has come in on the Colts.

Well, we know what happens more often than not when the whole world lines up on one side of a team, right? I mean, need I remind you that I was one of about one percent of the betting public last week who sided with the Steelers plus the points against the Jaguars last week? We see it all the time in the NFL: When one team is given no shot to cover a number, that team usually rises up and does just that.

Besides, the Chargers aren?t just riding a seven-game winning streak; they?ve won six of those games by double digits. They?ve averaged 25 points per game and given up just 12 ppg during this streak. Digest those numbers for a second. Now read this: Once again, San Diego is catching double digits today!

So now you probably want to know why the Chargers have had so much success against Manning and the Colts in recent years. The #1 reason: Pressure defense. During the last three meetings, the Chargers have sacked Manning nine times and picked him off eight times. Well, guess who ranked fifth in the NFL in sacks this year (after leading the league in that category last year)? San Diego. Guess who ranked first in the NFL in turnover margin and interceptions in 2007? San Diego.

Finally, consider these mind-boggling numbers: San Diego is 42-20-2 ATS in their last 64 games overall, 10-1 ATS in their last 11 games against the AFC, 13-3-1 ATS in their last 17 games as an underdog and 8-1-1 ATS as an underdog catching 3? to 10 points.

Bottom line: This pointspread is freakin? ridiculous ? beyond ridiculous. The Chargers have a ton of talent on both sides of the football. Just as importantly, they have absolutely NOTHING to lose in this game because nobody?s giving them a shot. And I love nothing more than to back talented teams who are being disrespected.

Guys, forget what 99 percent of the rest of the world thinks. THEY ARE WRONG! San Diego keeps this one close throughout ? and if they pulled off the upset, I wouldn?t be the least bit surprised.


Trailblazers

You want to give me points with a team that?s won four straight games and 17 of its last 18 and is 16-2 ATS during this run ? including 8-1 ATS as an underdog and 5-1 ATS on the road ? fine, I?m sold.

I?ve said on several occasions during the past month or so that the Blazers just don?t get the respect they deserve, and this is another such case. I mean, it?s not like they?re facing the Celtics tonight; they?re facing the Raptors, who have lost six of their last 10 games. And although Toronto did win its last two, come on, look at the opponents: Philadelphia (at home) and the Knicks (on the road). And prior to the win over the Sixers, the Raptors had dropped three straight in their building (0-3 ATS). And they?re just 9-8 ATS at home for the season, not to mention 2-4 ATS when laying less than five points.

Meanwhile, during their current 4-1 SU and ATS run, the Blazers are averaging 103.6 points per game and giving up 95.8 ppg. They?re shooting 45.3 percent from the field, including a scintillating 42.3 percent from three-point land, while holding opponents to 42.7 percent overall and just 26.7 percent from beyond the arc. And during the last five, Portland is making 83.1 percent of its free throws.

On top of all that, there?s this: The Blazers come into this contest extremely fresh, having not played since Wednesday?s 109-91 rout of the talented Warriors. Well, Portland has played 10 games with two or more days rest this season, and it is 8-2 ATS, including a perfect 4-0 ATS when playing on three days? rest!

Gimme the points with the disrespected Blazers.


West Virginia

A week ago, I made the mistake of backing Marquette as a small underdog at West Virginia. The Golden Eagles, who had just one loss at the time (a four-point setback to Duke), got whacked 79-64. I learned my lesson that day: Either bet on the Mountaineers when they play at home or stay away. Today, I?m betting on them because they?re playing a Syracuse team that, despite its 12-4 record, is a fraud. All you have to do to realize that fact is look at the Orange?s four losses: 79-65 to Ohio State at Madison Square Garden; 107-100 to UMass at home, 91-89 to Rhode Island at home, and, in their first Big East road game on Wednesday, 74-66 at Cincinnati.

For the season, Syracuse is just 6-8 ATS. And the fact they?ve been an underdog just once (70-68 win at Virginia, which is terrible) tells you just how tough a schedule the Orange have played.

West Virginia, meanwhile, is 7-0 at home this year (2-0 ATS in lined games). And going back to last year, the Mountaineers have won 13 straight home games, and they?re an amazing 20-7 ATS in their last 23 lined games in their building. On top of that, they have a ton of motivation in this game. The reason? Syracuse has owned them, winning the last eight meetings going back to 2002. Of course, that?s when the Orange were a perennial Top 25 team. Not the case anymore.

In the end, this game will be won (and lost) on defense. West Virginia gives up just 61.4 points per game overall (39.3 percent shooting), including 55.3 ppg at home (32.8 percent). Conversely, the Orange yield 75.2 ppg overall (41.4 percent shooting) overall, and they?ve given up at least 70 points in four straight games ? three of which were played at home against Northeastern, St. John?s and South Florida.

West Virginia, which is also 16-5 ATS in its last 21 games on Sunday, rolls to the easy double-digit victory

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Tony Mathew's Free College Basketball Selection for January 13, 2008.

Matchup: Fairfield vs. Marist

Selection: Marist -7.5 (-110)

Explanation: We will side with Marist as they face-off against Fairfield in Sunday's College Basketball contest.

Marist has the much better offense and should be able to destroy Fairfield. Fairfield (on the road) is scoring an average of only 60.6 points per game, while Marist (at home) is scoring an average of 78.8 points per game. Without a doubt, Marist has the much better offense.

Marist has been a solid at home investment. In fact, Marist is 7-3 ATS in their last 10 home games.

Lay the points!

Take Marist -7.5!

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