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    Risked 5 units to win 3.45 Indianapolis Colts -145 vs Buffalo Bills

    Risked 3 units to win 2.31 San Diego Chargers -2.5 -130 vs Detroit Lions

    Risked 4 units to win 3.2 Cincinnati Bengals -3 -125 vs Oakland Raiders

    Risked 3 units to win 3.45 Dallas Cowboys -7 +115 vs New York Giants

    Risked 5 units to win 4.90 Chiefs +1 -110 vs Houston Texans

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    Betting First Look Show with Marco D’Angelo

    2 Team 6pts Teaser

    Kansas City
    New Orleans Saints


    NEWSLETTER NFL Football Prediction From Robert Ferringo

    Take #470 Buffalo (+3) over Indianapolis (1 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 13)
    Grab this one now because I think this line is coming down. The Bills are a very live underdog in this one, and I think they are going to be able to make the Colts very uncomfortable. The Bills have a Top 5 defense, and the Colts have some issues on the offensive line, along with some new pieces to work into their offense. Orchard Park is going to be rocking as optimism around Buffalo hasn’t been this high in nearly two decades. I love the decision to go with Tyrod Taylor at quarterback, and his ability to make plays out of the pocket will be a big edge for the Bills. Buffalo also has a lot of weapons on that side of the ball, and I think they will make plays against Indianapolis’ up-and-down defense. The Colts have beaten up on weak sisters the past few years. But they have been a flop against any decent team. I think Buffalo is a nine- or 10-win squad this year, and I think that they will start the season with an upset here. Take the points and look for an outright winner.


    NEWSLETTER NFL Football Prediction From Allen Eastman

    Take #468 New York Jets (-3) over Cleveland (1 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 13)
    I like the home team. The number tells me all I need to know. The Jets have had a rough preseason. But that was the preseason. And they are favored for a reason in this home opener. The Browns are just 1-15 SU the last 16 years in their season openers! They are also just 1-15 SU when they don’t have Brian Hoyer under center, and Cleveland is just 5-28 SU in their last 33 road games overall. Cleveland is undermanned at running back and wide receiver. They don’t have the weapons to crack this very good Jets defense. New York has a first-year head coach that really wants to win this first game in front of the home faithful. This is a veteran team, and I think they are going to get the job done and get that first win of the season. Play on the Jets


    NEWSLETTER NFL Futures Prediction From Alan Harris

    Take Washington Redskins ‘Under’ 6.5 Wins
    The Washington Redskins were a dismal 4-12 in 2014, and they didn’t make any improvements in the offseason that make us think they will be three wins better than the team they put on the field last season. They had a chance to blow it all up and start over, but they decided to keep things status quo going into training camp with Jay Gruden still having a job and QB Robert Griffin III still taking the snaps under center. Things quickly changed for Washington as Griffin was injured during the preseason and then wound up losing his job to Kirk Cousins, even though it seems as if Griffin will be ready for Week 1. The team had a chance to cut him when the rosters were trimmed down to 53 last Saturday, but they decided to keep him as a backup, which in our eyes will only make things harder for the organization to move forward. The Skins do have some decent weapons on offense in DeSean Jackson and Alfred Morris, but Cousins isn’t really a starter in our eyes even though he’s shown flashes at points in his career. Those flashes were when teams either weren’t prepared to face him or really didn’t have any tape on him, so now that they know he’s starting and that teams know his tendencies we can really see him struggling here in 2015. It’s a known fact that the Gruden/RG3 combo doesn’t work in the NFL, and we’re not convinced Gruden will be any better with Cousins taking the snaps. The defense will be a bit improved, but by no stretch of the imagination will they be ranked in the top half of the league on that side of the ball. Cousins is a below-average QB in the league, and because of this the Redskins are far and away the worst team in the NFC East. Throw in the fact that they get to play a tough AFC East Division in addition to the Eagles, Cowboys and Giants twice, and we’ll tab the under for the Redskins season wins this week as our number have them as a five-win team at best here in 2015.



    468 NY Jets -3 -125 for 1 Unit

    478 Arizona -2.5 for 1 Unit

    471 Miami/Washington – Under 43 for 1 Unit

    487 NY Giants/Dallas – Over 51.5 for 1 Unit

    added – 486 Denver -4.5 for 1 Unit

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    5* Bears +6

    5* Bills +2.5

    5* Jaguars +4

    5* Rams +3.5

    5* Raiders +3.5

    5* Giants +5.5


    Dave Essler | NFL Total Sun, 09/13/15 – 1:00 PM

    triple-dime bet – 465 KAN / 466 HOU – UNDER 42.0
    Analysis: I’ve been keeping an eye on this one for some time and decided to fire when Arian Foster got hurt in practice and will likely miss most of the season. I’ve been super-high on the Texans defense, picking up Wilfork and getting Clowney healthy cannot hurt. There just aren’t may teams that are going to run on them, and the Chiefs are just not a dynamic offense. Conversely the Houston QB situation is still very up in the air, and although I like both Mallet and Hoyer coming from New Englands’ system, neither of them have looked goo early. Even on their best days, Mallett doesn’t have the game experience and Hoyer is simply serviceable. Houston has the skill position players at WR/TE – but you’ve got to run the ball to get the time to get THEM the ball, and the Chiefs defense is every bit of “good”. I’ll add to this at some point, but since I did put it out there I want you to know the basic premise here.



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    #472 – NFL – 10 units on Miami & Washington – Under 44

    5* Teaser Chiefs +7.5 & Bills +8.5

    5* Teaser Chiefs +7.5 & Vikings +9



    60.8% Lock – Denver -4

    57.2% Oakland +3.5

    57.2% Tennessee +3


    59.0% New York/Dallas – OVER

    58.4% New Orleans/Arizona – OVER

    57.2% Seattle/St Louis – OVER


    StatFox Super Situations™ – FoxSheets

    Play Against – Home teams where the line is +3 to -3 (SAN DIEGO) good offense from last season – averaged 335 or more total yards/game, in non-conference games
    23-5 since 1997. ( 82.1% | 17.5 units )

    Play Against – Any team vs the money line (CHICAGO) in the first month of the season, after closing out last season with 3 or more straight losses, bad team from last season who won only 25% to 40% of their games
    45-16 over the last 10 seasons. ( 73.8% | 0.0 units )

    Play Under – Any team vs the the 1rst half total first 2 weeks of the year, after closing out last season with 3 or more straight ATS losses against opponent first 2 weeks of the year, after closing out last season with 2 or more straight losses
    41-15 since 1997. ( 73.2% | 24.5 units )







    Triple-Dime bet – 473 CAR / 474 JAC – Under 42.5

    Double-Dime bet – 467 CLE / 468 NYJ – Under 40.5

    Double-Dime bet – 471 MIA / 472 WAS – Under 44.5

    Double-Dime bet – 465 KAN / 466 HOU – Under 41.5

    Double-Dime bet – 468 NYJ -3.0 (-110) vs 467 CLE

    Double-Dime bet – 471 MIA -2.5 (-110) vs 472 WAS

    Dime Bet – 475 SEA / 476 STL – Under 42.5

    Dime Bet – 485 BAL / 486 DEN – Under 49.5



    Totals POW – Miami / Washington . Under 43.5



    Game: Kansas City Chiefs (465) @ Houston Texans (466)
    Time: Sunday 09/13 1:00 PM Eastern
    Pick: Kansas City +1.5 (-110)
    Houston has injury problems with star RB Adrian Foster, a key cog on this offense, and they let WR Andre Johnson walk in the offseason. Foster won’t rush himself back from his groin injury, saying he needs to be “as close to 100 percent” as possible before playing in a game. Making matters more unsettling is new QB Brian Hoyer, a journeyman who last season had 12 TDs and 13 picks with Cleveland. Houston has been overvalued at home by Vegas oddsmakers for a while, on a 5-11 ATS run at home. Into town comes Kansas City, well coached and balanced for Andy Reid.

    Reid prefers a ball-control attack and has one of the best running backs in the game in Jamaal Charles, averaging 5.5 yards per carry for his career. The Chiefs offense in 2014 produced an embarrassing statistic: For the entire season, quarterback Alex Smith did not throw a single touchdown pass to a wide receiver. They will be better as they added Jeremy Maclin. Reid is 4-0 against Houston, winning the last meeting two years ago, 17-16. The Chiefs are 8-3 ATS against the AFC and 5-1 ATS in September, and when these teams clash the road team is 5-1 against the spread. Take Kansas City.

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