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7-Unit Play. #101. Take Under 44 – Denver Broncos vs. Carolina Panthers
(Sundday @ 6:30pm est)
We roll with the Under here as these two teams hook up in what is likely going to be a defensive battle. We love fading the public and this is a quality public fade as 69% of the public is on the over given Carolina’s ability to score and rout teams like Arizona and Seattle who are both vaulted defenses. We get that. Note, we are 2-0 with 8* selections in these playoffs alone including 8-1 with 7-Unit Selections or higher and 9 of 11 winning Football Weeks, including +$4000 in the NFL Football Season this year. Heck, we have even posted +$10,600 in combined NBA/CBB using the fade theory and let down theory. But, per this game, though we do expect Carolina to win, at the end of the day you have two great defensive minds here in the Denver head coach and most of all Wade Phillips. Note, Denver will spy Cam and could even have two spies on him frankly just to keep an eye on him and let the Panthers receivers beat them. Combine that with Peyton’s limited mobility and there is no doubt the Carolina defense will be able to feast on this and will force him into shorter routs and turnovers consequently. The key difference here will be the fact that Carolina will have more trouble scoring than people realize as this Denver team held Brady to 18 points in the playoffs which is relatively incredible frankly. And it’s because of these two coaches in particular why they are able to do that as the head coach wants to prove to the Texans that he still had it and Phillips is just brilliant in general. The Under is 5-1 for the Panthers in their last 6 playoff games and 5-2 when they face a team with a winning record. Look for this contest to likely finish around the 40-41 range here which is why this line is set so low to begin with.