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NFL Gambling: SuperContest consensus split on Cincinnati-Buffalo game

10.07.2017     09:04 PM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Below are the top five consensus plays for Week 5 from the Westgate SuperBook's famed SuperContest.

1. DETROIT -2.5 vs. Carolina
2. CINCINNATI -3 vs. Buffalo
3. HOUSTON pk vs. Kansas City
4. LA RAMS -1 vs. Seattle
5. BUFFALO +3 at Cincinnati

Least picked Sunday side: TENNESSEE +3 at Miami

Tags: NFL Cincinnati Bengals Buffalo Bills SuperContest

NFL Gambling Preview: Los Angeles Chargers at New York Giants

10.07.2017     08:57 PM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers blog entry.
LA Chargers at NY Giants
Sunday, 10 am PT - CBS
CRIS Opener: New York -3 O/U 43.5
CRIS Current: New York -3 O/U 44.5
Recommendation: Under

My clients and I cashed a winning bet on the Giants over the total last week, yet I’m recommending a play on the under here. What gives? Let me start with an excerpt from my write-up last week:

“Facing Tampa’s banged up defense, Case Keenum looked like a pro bowler: 369 passing yards on 11.1 per attempts, 3 TD’s without an INT and a QB rating of 142.1 for the game. That, folks, is Tampa Bay’s stop unit right now. DT Chris Baker is dealing with a nasty bout of the flu. CB Brent Grimes has a bad shoulder. LB Kwon Alexander is out with a hamstring injury. DT Gerald McCoy has a bum ankle. DE Noah Spence is playing with a dislocated shoulder. LB Lavonte David turned his ankle. DE Jacquies Smith has been out since preseason. Safety TJ Ward is dealing with an injured hip. Defensive coordinator Mike Smith: “Unfortunately, we’ve got some guys that are down, but nobody is going to feel Read more

Tags: NFL Los Angeles Chargers New York Giants Teddy Covers



NFL Week 5 Betting Podcast 10-6-2017 with Sportsmemo Handicapper Teddy Covers

10.06.2017     10:56 AM     Printer Friendly

Here is Sportsmemo's NFL Every Game on the Board Podcast for Week 5. Handicapper Teddy Covers joined host Andrew Lange to break down Sunday and Monday's slate from a betting perspective.

Today's segments
Full Show - NFL Every Game on the Board

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Tags: NFL Teddy Covers Andrew Lange

College Football Betting Preview: Tulsa Golden Hurricane at Tulane Green Wave

10.06.2017     10:11 AM     Drew Martin     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Drew Martin blog entry.
Tulsa at Tulane
Saturday, 9 am PT - ESPNU
CRIS Opener: Tulane -3 O/U 61.5
CRIS Current: Tulane -4.5 O/U 54.5
Recommendation: Under

Very unique situation for the Tulsa Golden Hurricane as their trip to Tulane marks the third straight week they've faced an option-based offense. Despite failing to cover both contests vs. Navy and New Mexico, I came away somewhat impressed with Tulsa's defense. After allowing over 9 yards per play to up-tempo Oklahoma State, UL-Lafayette and Toledo, the Golden Hurricane held the Midshipmen and Lobos to 47 points and 6.6 ypp combined. Saturday's game marks another situation where Tulsa's stop unit should perform at an adequate level as Tulane ranks 102nd nationally in total offense vs. Navy and New Mexico who rank 18th and 38th, respectively.

Tulane's defense is talented and has the potential to be the best unit in the AAC. They aren't necessarily built to stop top-tier attacks (Oklahoma hung 56 points and 10.2 ypp) but Tulsa's offense, specifically its passing game, has taken a big step back this season following the departure of Read more

Tags: College Football Tulsa Golden Hurricane Tulane Green Wave AAC Drew Martin

College Football Betting Preview: Virginia Tech Hokies at Boston College Eagles

10.06.2017     09:48 AM     Rob Veno     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Rob Veno blog entry.
Virginia Tech at Boston College
Saturday, 4:15 pm PT - ESPN2
CRIS Opener: Virginia Tech -17 O/U 46.5
CRIS Current: Virginia Tech -16.5 O/U 45.5
Recommendation: Over

Immediate bounce back is necessary here for the visiting Hokies who were defeated 31-17 at home last week by ACC kingpin Clemson. This type of situation generally points squarely in favor of the defensive minded double-digit home underdog. Mechanical handicap in this one would be to fade Virginia Tech which is traveling and off of a high profile conference loss. Letdown angle can’t be ignored here since it’s difficult to envision VT playing this one with the same intensity they possessed in last week’s prime time home showdown versus Clemson. Factor in the carry over confidence that Boston College will enter with after playing to a 7-7 tie at Clemson just two weeks ago. The fourth quarter really got away from BC but despite that they still managed to cover as +33. Steve Addazio with definitely remind his team all week long that if they just finish this time they’ll have a shot at Read more

Tags: College Football Virginia Tech Hokies Boston College Eagles ACC Rob Veno

College Football Betting Preview: Texas Tech Red Raiders at Kansas Jayhawks

10.06.2017     09:45 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange blog entry.
Texas Tech at Kansas
Saturday, 9 am PT - FS-1
CRIS Opener: Texas Tech -17 O/U 77
CRIS Current: Texas Tech -16 O/U 79
Recommendation: Kansas

Two weeks ago, Kansas played arguably its best game of the season. Trailing early to West Virginia, the Jayhawks battled back and were within one score midway through the fourth quarter before two turnovers let to two Mountaineer scores and a somewhat deceiving 56-34 final. Kansas still covered the number (+23.5) giving them five straight Big XII pointspread wins dating back to last season but I'm far more interested in what they were able to do on the ground. There was a lot of preseason talk about Kansas going to more of an "Air Raid" style offense but they simply don't have to personnel, particularly at the quarterback position, to chuck the ball around 50 times a game and have success. Against WVU, Kansas ran the ball 50 times and finished with 367 yards on 7.3 ypc. This against a team that coming in was allowing 4.4 ypc. Don't expect that type of success on a weekly basis but keeping the ball on the ground, especially in Read more

Tags: College Football Texas Tech Red Raiders Kansas Jayhawks Big XII Andrew Lange





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