Saturday Service Plays

Saturday Service Plays

Tony George

Indy Colts +4 @ Carolina

I like the 1 game under the belt angle here as Indy did produce some offense in the Hall of Fame Game but let Washington move the chains at will and they gave up big plays.  While it is still the preseason, Indy will shore up defensive assignments and give the starters more playing time.  QB Sorgi needs some snaps and word is he will get them in this game, and Indy, even without Manning ready to play, has some depth at QB and RB.  Peyton Manning's injury is a closely guarded secret after surgery, but just in case I expect Sorgi to get as full quarter or more in this one.  Carolina is weak in depth at QB behind Dehomme, and I do not expect him more than 2 or 3 series after an injury riddled year last year.  Many starters out for Carolina, and even at home, I like the visitor.

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MLB 70% Super Situation:

MLB Saturday:Play On MLB (NL) home favorites with a money line of -125 to -175 with a team batting average <=.255) against a starting pitcher whose ERA <=3.70, with a bullpen whose WHIP is 1.350 or better on the season, 70-22 SU since 1997 (76.1%)

PLAY: Arizona Diamondbacks -155

MLB Top Angles:

MLB Saturday:Atlanta is 4-14 SU when playing on the road during the day this season

MLB Saturday:Myers (Phil) is 3-12 SU against the money line as a favorite of -110 or higher this season (Team's Record)

MLB Saturday:Olsen (Fla) is 1-11 SU against the money line vs. teams who strand 7.5 or more runners on base per game in the second half of the season since 1997. (Team's Record)

MLB Saturday:Moehler (Hou) is 12-0 Under in night games this season. (Team's Record)

MLB Saturday:Cleveland is 8-23 SU against the money line in road games vs. a starting pitcher whose strikes out 5 or more batters per start over the last 2 seasons.


NFLX 70% Super Situation:

NFLX Saturday:We had no qualifying 70% Super Situations for Saturday's NFL action

NFLX Top Angles:

NFLX Saturday:Washington is 1-9 ATS in home games off 1 or more consecutive Overs.

NFLX Saturday:Buffalo is 26-11 Under in non-conference games

NFLX Saturday:Indianapolis is 10-1 ATS after a loss by 10 or more points

NFLX Saturday:   Indianapolis is 10-1 Over on grass since 1993

NFLX Saturday:Tampa Bay is 13-4 Under during the first two weeks of the preseason

NFLX Saturday:Dallas is 5-18 ATS during the first two weeks of the preseason

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Play On: Arizona

The Diamondbacks and Braves battle in Game Three of this four-game weekend series when Dan Haren takes on Jair Jurrjens in Phoenix. Haren enters in fabulous KW form with zero walks and 23 strikeouts in his last three starts. He also owns a sharp 2.49 ERA in his home starts this season. With the visiting team 9-20 in Jurrjens career road team starts, look for Arizona to improve to 14-3 at home on Saturdays here this afternoon.

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Miami Dolphins
PICK: Miami Dolphins

A new era begins in Miami. Head coach Tony Sparano is in his rookie season while director of football operations is under the watchful eye of Bill Parcells. The goal is to get better right away and that starts from game one. Tampa Bay is a veteran team and while the goal is to get back into the playoffs, it does not start in the preseason. With such a veteran team, coaches look at young players early for roster spots and we will get a glimpse of that right away on Saturday.

Quarterback rotations are huge in the preseason and Miami is in good shape. Rookies get long looks in the exhibition games and there is already good news here. Michigan graduate Chad Henne has showed a grasp of the offense and a strong, accurate arm. “The game is starting to slow down for Henne,” Sparano said. The starter, veteran Josh McCown, has shown a better command of the system and is clearly the most accurate of the three quarterbacks in camp. John Beck got a lot of experience last year as well.

On the other side for Tampa Bay, Jeff Garcia will not play against the Dolphins due to an injured calf. Head coach Jon Gruden said that he is not concerned and will be taking looks at rookie Josh Johnson as well as forgotten man Chris Simms. Going up against the Buccaneers will be a confident defense already. Miami has a more simplified defense and a veteran lineup that includes a couple of former Dallas players that can help with any schematic transitions.

First year head coaches are more concerned than veteran coaches when it comes to winning and losing in the exhibition season. This especially holds true in the first ever preseason game where they want to hit the ground running and bring in a winning attitude right away. This especially holds true in Miami. The Dolphins had only one victory last season and if there is any team that is going to go out and try to win in the preseason, it is the Dolphins. Play Miami Dolphins 1.5 Units

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BASEBALL LOCKS FOR SATURDAY
   
CARDS +180 at Wrigley over Cubs and Zambrano

PIRATES +180 at Philly--I say they can beat Brett Myers because he's aweful, but then again so is Ian Snell.  The Bucs haven't been playing to badly since their big trades--I like the pay out if it hits and they've got Myers heavily favored--I don't trust him

Florida +110 at Shea over the Mets--Brian Stokes is up from the minors and I don't like his chances over Olsen and the Marlins

Dodgers -135 at SF--Kuroda over Correia in the Bay

Toronto -240 with Halladay over Byrd and the Tribe--Halladay is 13-8 and has been dominant of late for the Jays, who just swept the A's

LACKEY and Angels -165 over Dan Giese and Yanks in Anaheim--Lackey is just too tough and the Bombers aren't scaring anyone these days

Chicago +120 over Dice K and the Red Sox on the South Side of the Windy City

BASEBALL OVER-UNDERS FOR SATURDAY
   
TB-SEATT OVER 8.5 RUNS

KC-MINN UNDER 8 RUNS

TEX-BALT UNDER 10 RUNS

DET-OAK OVER 9 RUNS

BOST-CHISOX UNDER 9 RUNS

NY-ANGELS UNDER 9.5 RUNS

CLEVE-TOR OVER 7.5 RUNS

LA-SF OVER 8.5 RUNS

SD-COLO OVER 9.5 RUNS

HOUS-CIN UNDER 9.5 RUNS

FLA-NY OVER 9.5 RUNS

WASH-MILW UNDER 8 RUNS

PITT-PHILLY OVER 9.5 RUNS

ATL-ARIZ UNDER 8 RUNS


UFC 87 IN MINNEAPOLIS SATURDAY
   
Manny Gamburyan -325 over Rob Emerson

Jason McDonald +200 over Damian Maia

Roger Huerta +135 over Kenny Florian

Heath Herring +190 over Brock Lesnar

GSP -400 over Jon Fitch


BASEBALL FREE B's FOR SATURDAY
   
TB -145 at Seattle--Garza's the take here against the M's

KC +115 over Twins at Kaufmann--everyone will pounce on Liriano, but I like Zach Greinke

Baltimore -115 and Cabrera over Padilla and the Rangers at Camden

Detroit -210 and Galarraga at Comerica over the hapless A's

Cincy -130 over Houston in the Queen City behind Arroyo


SATURDAY'S WEEK 1 pre-season games
   
Skins over the Bills (no line yet)--I don't care what the line is--take Washington

Panthers over the Colts (no line yet)--be light on this game, but I say the Colts don't even try to win it at Carolina

Jags -6 to Falcons--Atlanta has a long way to go baby before they can dance with Jax

BUCS +2 from Miami--Just because Parcell's is there doesn't mean they are any better

Titans -3 to Rams--St.Louis really is playing with nothing--you'll see

Broncos +3 from Texans--I think Cutler comes out firing and gets them a lead they don't fold on

Cowboys +3 from Chargers--Dallas has to show off or Jerry won't hear the end of it for all of August

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St L-Tenn Under 33 (5 units)
Dalls +3 (5 units)

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Buffalo +5 vs Washington
San Diego/Dallas Under 35
Miami -1.5 vs Tampa

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Houston Astros at Cincinnati Reds
Prediction: over

Houston has played over the total in 7 of their last 9 games. The over is 6-1 in their last 7 road games vs. a team with a winning home record. The over is 11-2-1 in their last 14 games vs. a right-handed starter. The over is 5-1 in the Reds last 6 home games vs. a team with a losing road record. The over is 7-3 in Arroyo's last 10 starts vs. a team with a losing record. The over is 5-1 in his last 6 starts vs. the Astros. The over is a profitable 21-9-4 in the last 34 meetings between the clubs. The over is 11-3-1 in the Astros last 15 trips to Cincinnati. Play the over.

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Buffalo +4 at WASHINGTON 

All systems go last Sunday night for Washington, as they won their preseason opener 30-16 over Indianapolis in the Hall of Fame Game in Canton, Ohio.

That fact has inflated this line just a bit in the G-Man's estimation, and I will back the Bills to get me the bills tonight.

This will be new coach Jim Zorn's first official home game, and while I am sure he would like to win this one, I also feel sure he doesn't want to risk injury on a short week of practice.

Buffalo has had some extra time to get ready for this one, and head coach Dick Jauron does own a 4-1 spread mark when playing the NFC in practice games.

True, Washington's quarterbacking may be a notch above Buffalo's, but to lay over a field goal in the preseason after playing just 6 days ago is a no-no.

Take the Bills plus the points.

3&#9830; BUFFALO

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Dallas +3 at SAN DIEGO 

Plenty of preseason hype on both of these teams, as Dallas and San Diego did wind up losing in last year's postseason to the conference Super Bowl reps, and would like nothing better than to be representing their respective conferences come February 1st.

We will take the points with the Pokes in this one, as Wade Phillips' coached teams do sport a positive 14-11 straight up, and against the spread record in preseason games, and it should be noted that Dallas us a nice 13-3 SU, and ATS their last 16 outside of the conference. Inside that 13-3 spread mark is a perfect 5-0 mark when catching points!

Couple that with the fact Coach Turner's preseason spread mark is a dismal 8-16-1 in his NFL tenure, and you have a live dog from Dallas.

Play on the Cowboys plus the points in their preseason lid-lifter.

3&#9830; DALLAS

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NFL PRESEASON

Buffalo at Washington

The Redskins look to build on their blowout win over the Colts in Sunday’s Hall of Fame Game when they host the Bills at FedEx Field.

Washington cruised to a 30-16 win at Canton, Ohio, on Sunday as a five-point favorite, making a winner of new coach Jim Zorn in his debut. Despite that victory, the Redskins are still just 3-9 SU and 4-8 ATS in August since the start of the 2005 exhibition season, including 0-3 at home (1-2 ATS) the last two years.

Buffalo went 3-5 SU and 4-4 ATS in the first two summers under coach Dick Jauron, but 3-1 SU and 4-0 ATS on the road, all as an underdog. Going back to 2003, Buffalo is 8-2-1 ATS as a preseason ‘dog.

Starting quarterback Jason Campbell, who went 5-for-5 and threw a touchdown pass on his one and only drive against the Colts on Sunday, will start tonight and play the first quarter. Rookie Colt Brennan will take over for Campbell and finish the first half, with veteran Todd Collins playing the third quarter and rookie Sam Hollenbach possibly finishing up. Also, RB Clinton Portis, who sat out the Hall of Fame game against Indy, will be on the field for about 10 plays tonight.

Second-year starter Trent Edwards will begin the game under center for Buffalo, but likely will only see limited action before handing off to former No. 1 QB J.P. Losman and third-stringer Gilbran Hamdan. Jauron did not unveil specifics with regard to playing time for his quarterbacks.

The under is 9-3 in Buffalo’s last 12 preseason games since 2003, including 6-0 on the road, while Washington has stayed low in three of its last four August home games.

ATS ADVANTAGE:BUFFALO and UNDER


Indianapolis at Carolina

The Colts once again will take the field without star quarterback Peyton Manning when they travel to Carolina for a clash with the Panthers.

Indianapolis’ preseason woes continued in Sunday’s 30-16 loss to Washington in the Hall of Fame Game. The Colts have now dropped 12 of their last 14 exhibition contests since 2005, going 3-11 ATS during this stretch, including 2-5 ATS on the road (1-6 SU) and 1-7 ATS as an underdog.

Carolina went 14-2 SU and 11-5 ATS in the preseason from 2003-2006, including 7-1 SU and 6-2 ATS at home. However, the Panthers slipped to 1-3 SU and ATS last year, including 0-2 SU and ATS at home. John Fox’s club is just 3-7 ATS as a preseason chalk since 2005.

Jim Sorgi is scheduled to start in place of Manning for the second straight game, with Jared Lorenzen backing up, followed by Quinn Gray. All three passers are battling it out to be Manning’s backup.

Panthers starting quarterback Jake Delhomme, who had reconstructive elbow surgery last year, is expected to start tonight but said he has no idea how long he’ll be on the field. Once Delhomme departs, backup Matt Moore figures to take over, followed by Brett Basanez and possibly Lester Ricard. Meanwhile, former Pro Bowl WR Steve Smith is eligible to play despite being suspended for the first two regular-season games for punching a teammate in practice.

The under is 5-0 in the Colts’ last five non-neutral site preseason road outings, though last week’s game at Canton flew over the total. Meanwhile, the under is 4-2 in Carolina’s last six in August, including 4-0 at home.

ATS ADVANTAGE:CAROLINA and UNDER


Atlanta at Jacksonville

The Mike Smith era kicks off in northern Florida tonight, as the rookie coach leads his Falcons against the Jaguars.

Atlanta struggled through a miserable 2007 season without disgraced quarterback Michael Vick, but did manage to go 3-1 SU and ATS in the one and only preseason under then-coach Bobby Petrino. Over the past three summers, the Falcons are 4-2 SU and ATS on the road and 6-2 ATS as an underdog.

Jacksonville preceded its run to last year’s AFC divisional playoffs with its second consecutive 3-1 SU and ATS preseason, all as a favorite. Since coach Jack Del Rio took over the Jags in 2003, the team has dominated summer games, going 14-6 (13-7 ATS), including 8-2 at home (6-5 ATS).

Chris Redman gets the starting nod at quarterback for Atlanta. Once Redman departs tonight, rookie Matt Ryan is slated to take over and get an extended look, with D.J. Shockley and Joey Harrington – who are battling for the No. 3 job – also slated to see action. Smith said his desire is for all four of his QBs to get a relatively equal number of snaps tonight.

Del Rio was noncommittal in terms of playing time for his starters tonight. It’s expected that QB David Garrard will take the field with the first unit and play no more than one quarter, followed by veteran backups Cleo Lemon and Todd Bauman, both newcomers to Jacksonville.

The total has alternated in Atlanta’s last seven preseason contests, but the over is 3-1 in each of Jacksonville’s last three exhibition campaigns.

ATS ADVANTAGE:NONE


Tampa Bay at Miami

The Dolphins begin the process of putting a nightmarish 2007 season behind them when they host the Buccaneers in South Beach.

After a 1-15 season, Miami fired coach Cam Cameron after just one season and hired former Cowboys offensive line coach Tony Sparano, who has never been an NFL head coach. Sparano takes over a squad that has split its four preseason games (both SU and ATS) the last two years and four of the last five. The Dolphins have also been mediocre at home in August, splitting their two preseason contests at Dolphin Stadium each of the last five years (4-5-1 ATS). Miami is also 3-6-1 ATS as an exhibition chalk going back to 2003.

Tampa Bay, which went from worst to first in the NFC South last year, begins its seventh season under coach John Gruden. Last year, the Bucs went 3-1 SU and ATS in August, and they’ve had just one losing preseason in the last five years, going 13-8 SU and 12-7-2 ATS during this stretch.

These instate rivals meet each preseason, with Tampa Bay going 4-2 SU (4-1-1 ATS) in the last six clashes, including last year’s 31-28 victory as a 2½-point home favorite.

Bucs starting quarterback Jeff Garcia will sit this one out while nursing an injury, which means Luke McCown will begin under center and play the first quarter. Brian Griese is slated to play the second quarter, with Chris Simms and rookie Josh Johnson also expected to get some snaps.

Sparano has informed his three quarterbacks – veteran Josh McCown (Luke’s brother), second-year pro John Beck and rookie Chad Henne – of his plans for playing time tonight, but did not reveal it publicly, though all are expected to play. Each QB has struggled throughout camp, and each has spent time working with the first-string offense, though McCown is listed No. 1 on the depth chart. Meanwhile, RB Ronnie Brown, who is coming off a season-ending knee injury, will be a game-time decision.

The over is 5-0 in Miami’s last five exhibition home games, 3-1 in Tampa’s last four August games overall and 3-1 in its last four on the highway.

ATS ADVANTAGE:TAMPA BAY and OVER


St. Louis at Tennessee

The Rams, minus holdout running back Stephen Jackson, head to Tennessee to take on the Titans as these two squads cap a week of testy intrasquad scrimmages with one final battle against each other in Nashville.

St. Louis, which endured an injury-plagued 3-13 season last year, is 3-5 (2-6 ATS) in two preseasons under coach Scott Linehan, including 1-3 SU and ATS on the road. In fact, going back to 2003, the Rams are just 2-8 (3-7 ATS) in preseason road games and 3-7 ATS as an underdog.

Tennessee went 3-1 SU and ATS last summer after going 2-6 SU and ATS the previous two Augusts. However, since winning and covering four straight preseason home games from 2003-04, the Titans are mired in a 1-5 SU and ATS funk in Nashville in the summer. They’re also 1-5 ATS as a favorite during this stretch.

Marc Bulger figures to get the start for the Rams, though Linehan didn’t say how long his starters will be on the field. Trent Green is listed as Bulger’s backup, with Brock Berlin and Bruce Gradkowski battling for the third-string job. Meanwhile, with Jackson holding out, the RB chores fall to veteran backup Michael Pittman.

Tennessee coach Jeff Fisher said starting QB Vince Young and the first-stringers are slated to play into the second quarter. Veteran Kerry Collins will replace Young before giving way to Ingle Martin.

The Titans topped the total in each of their last three preseason games in 2007, but the under is 3-1 in their last four August home games. The under is also 3-1 in St. Louis’ last four exhibition contests on the highway.

ATS ADVANTAGE:UNDER


Denver at Houston

Fresh off their first non-losing season in franchise history, the Texans hit the field for the first time in 2008 when they host the Broncos.

Houston is 5-3 (5-2-1 ATS) in two preseasons under coach Gary Kubiak after going 2-10 SU and ATS in the previous three summers. The Texans are 3-1 (2-1-1 ATS) at home in the summer under Kubiak, but just 1-3-1 ATS as a chalk since 2003.

Denver, which is hoping to rebound from a disappointing 7-9 regular season, has been a strong preseason club over the past six years, going 17-8 (15-10 ATS), including 9-3 SU and ATS on the road. They’re also 4-2 ATS as an underdog during this stretch. Last year, though, Mike Shanahan’s club split its two home and two road exhibition battles, both SU and ATS.

These teams met every year in August from 2003-06, with the Broncos winning all four games (3-1 ATS). However, in the regular season last year, the Texans earned big-time revenge in a 31-13 rout as a 2½-point home underdog.

Shanahan kept his plans for playing time tonight under wraps, but expect QB Jay Cutler to start and play anywhere from two series to the first quarter. Patrick Ramsey is the backup, while Darrell Hackney is third on the depth chart.

Matt Schaub, entering his second year as the Texans top quarterback, will start tonight, but it’s believed that backup Sage Rosenfels, who played in five games in relief of Schaub last year, will see more action. Shane Boyd will take over for Rosenfels, with rookie Alex Brink possibly seeing mop-up duty. However, none of the QBs figure to be throwing to top WR Andre Johnson, who is expected to miss the game because of injury.

The under was 3-1 for Denver last summer and the under is 3-1 in the last four preseason meetings between these clubs. However, Houston topped the total in all four of its preseason games in 2007, and the over is 3-1 in its last four in August at home.

ATS ADVANTAGE:DENVER


Dallas at San Diego

The Chargers return to the playing field for the first time since losing in the AFC Championship game at New England in January when they host the Cowboys, the odds-on favorite to win the NFC.

After four straight 2-2 SU and ATS preseasons under then-coach Marty Schottenheimer, San Diego finally enjoyed a winning summer last year, going 3-1 for first-year coach Norv Turner. However, the Chargers once again went 2-2 ATS. On the bright side, San Diego is 5-1 the last three Augusts at Qualcomm Stadium (4-2 ATS).

Dallas went 2-2 SU and ATS in Wade Phillips’ first year as head coach last summer, but 0-2 SU and ATS on the road. However, dating to 2002, the Cowboys are an impressive 16-7-1 in preseason action (16-8 ATS). They’re also 5-2 ATS as an underdog during this stretch.

Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers, who is coming back from offseason knee surgery, will start and play two series. Backup Billy Volek will take over and play until the end of the third quarter, with third-stringer Charlie Whitehurst finishing up. As is the case every preseason, San Diego RB LaDainian Tomlinson will not play in August. Also, All-Pro tight end Antonio Gates will be held out because of injury.

The Cowboys’ starters on both sides of the ball – including QB Tony Romo and WR Terrell Owens – are expected to play about a quarter, Phillips said, adding that he has a predetermined play count for the first-string. Once Romo departs, veteran Brad Johnson will take over under center, followed by Richard Bartel.

The over is 5-1 in San Diego’s last six exhibition outings, while the Cowboys topped the total in their final preseason three games in 2007.

ATS ADVANTAGE:OVER


AMERICAN LEAGUE

Boston (66-50) at Chicago White Sox (64-50)

Daisuke Matsuzaka (12-2, 3.04 ERA) looks to continue his stellar season when he leads the Red Sox against Jose Contreras (7-6, 4.60 ERA) and the White Sox as this weekend series continues at U.S. Cellular Field.

Chicago held on for a 5-3 victory in Friday’s series-opener, its third win in four games on this homestand. The White Sox are now 38-17 at home this year, including 6-0 in their last six as a home underdog, and they’re also 6-1 in Contreras’ last seven outings at U.S. Cellular.

Despite Friday’s setback, Boston is still 5-2 in its last even games. Also, the Red Sox are on positive streaks of 43-22 versus the A.L. Central, 37-18 as a favorite, 15-4 when Matsuzaka pitches this season, 21-5 when Matsuzaka goes off as a favorite and 6-0 when Dice-K faces the Central. However, despite winning five of its last seven road games, Terry Francona’s club remains under .500 on the highway for this season (26-34, compared with 40-16 in Boston).

The White Sox snapped a seven-game losing streak to Boston with last night’s victory, including a four-game slump at home. Still, going back to 2006, the Red Sox are 11-4 against Chicago, including 6-2 at U.S. Cellular.

Matsuzaka has yielded two earned runs or less in 14 of his 19 starts in 2008, including six of the last seven. On Sunday against Oakland, he allowed two runs on four hits and two walks with eight strikeouts in six innings en route to a 5-2 win. The right-hander is also 5-0 with a 2.20 ERA in eight road starts. However, in his lone career outing against the White Sox, he allowed three runs in five innings of a 4-2 loss last July 19.

Contreras returns from a three-week stint on the disabled list because of an injury to his right elbow. Before going on the shelf, the veteran right-hander got rocked in consecutive road starts at Kansas City and Texas, surrendering a combined 12 runs and 20 hits in 9 2/3 innings. However, at home this year, Contreras is 4-3 with a 3.34 ERA in nine starts.

The White Sox went 5-0 with Contreras on the mound against Boston from August 2004 through the 2006 season. But in his lone start against the Red Sox last year, Contreras got drilled for 10 runs on 10 hits in 7 1/3 innings of a 10-3 road loss. He’s 3-5 with a 9.12 ERA in 10 career appearances against the BoSox.

For Chicago, the over is on runs of 16-6-1 overall, 7-3 at home, 7-2-1 as an underdog, 5-0 overall with Contreras on the hill and 8-2 when Contreras faces the Red Sox. Also, the over is 7-2 in Boston’s last nine on Saturday. Finally, in this rivalry, the over is on streaks of 7-1 overall and 6-1 in Chicago, with the lone “under” occurring Friday night.

ATS ADVANTAGE:BOSTON and OVER

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The Redskins showed some offense scoring 30 points in the Hall of Fame game and most of the in the second-half. With one game played and a solid offensive game at that I give the edge to the Redskins. Dating back to last year’s regular season and the one playoff game the Redskins have won five of their last six games.Play WASHINGTON REDSKINS

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Play: Bills - Redskins Under

Buffalo is 0-3 O/U the first game of the preseason the L3Y. They and there opponents are averaging 25.6 PPG.

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Atlanta Braves at Arizona Diamondbacks
Play On: Arizona Diamondbacks -155

Yes, Jair Jurrjens has pitched very well for Atlanta this season. But in his limited action against Arizona, the D'backs hitters are 6-for-16 with three doubles and a homer. That's a .375 average and a whopping .750 slugging percentage. In his last three starts, Jurrjens' form has been a bit off, with an 11/7 K/BB ratio. The Braves are 0-4 in Jurrjens' last four starts following a Quality Start in his last appearance.

Dan Haren has been phenomenal for Arizona. He's 9-2 with a 2.49 ERA, 0.97 WHIP and .251 OOBP in 12 home starts this season. Haren is coming off a subpar outing in which he allowed four runs and eight hits in six innings against Pittsburgh. That snapped his streak of eight straight starts of pitching at least seven innings and a streak of 11 straight Quality Starts (at least six innings with three or less earned runs allowed). I fully expect a bounce-back performance tonight, especially since Arizona has lost the first two games of this series. The Diamondbacks are 9-2 in Haren's last 11 starts as a home favorite and 5-0 in Haren's last five starts vs. a team with a losing record.

Take Arizona.

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TONY STEVENS

CHICAGO CUBS -1.5

PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES -1.5

MILWAUKEE BREWERS -1.5

COLORADO ROCKIES -1.5 

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Colts+4

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Houston+120

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Miami Dolphins
Prediction: Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Reason: Tampa Bay Head Coach Gruden is one of those guys that cares about winning, regardless if its preseason or the Super Bowl. These Bucs are a perfect 4-0 ATS in their first exhibition game of the season the past 4 years and you can count on the fact that hell want his team to open the exhibition season off with another victory, especially against a Dolphins squad that ended last year with the NFLs worst record at 1-15. While Tampa Bay doesnt have a great starting quarterback, theyll be rotating between 4 solid veterans, Jeff Garcia, Luke McCown, Brian Griese and Chris Simms. On the other hand, the Dolphins are coming off that 1-win season and need to rebuild at almost every position on both sides of the ball. Miami has too much to accomplish before the regular season, so must back Tampa Bay to win this battle of Florida.

7* Play On Tampa Bay

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Heavy Hitter Lock Twins

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3* Washington
2* Dallas

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