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Teddy Covers' Las Vegas Wise Guy Report: NFC News and Notes from Week 9

11.04.2013     08:06 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers

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Welcome to Teddy’s unique look at the NFL. Teddy watches games all day on Sunday, typing furiously on his laptop while giving you the key info that the box scores and game recaps don’t necessarily have. This week: NFC thoughts and opinions from Week 9.

Dallas Cowboys – Dallas had faced four top notch QB's this year heading into the game: Peyton Manning, Eli Manning, Philip Rivers and Matthew Stafford. All four threw for more than 400 yards against Monte Kiffin's defense. Here, Christian Ponder had consistent success throwing downfield. This defense just can't stop the pass, especially with DeMarcus Ware out again, negating any semblance of a pass rush. And there were no shortage of defensive breakdowns either – missed tackles, missed assignments and blown coverages.

Not impressed with the offensive line play today one iota. The Vikings got pressure on Tony Romo all afternoon. They signed former pro bowl guard Brian Waters out of retirement a few weeks ago as a desperation move, but he couldn’t stay healthy; already on IR. Back-to-back sacks killed a red zone chance here, forcing Dan Bailey's legs to get points, not Read more


Tags: NFL Dallas Cowboys St. Louis Rams Washington Redskins New Orleans Saints Minnesota Vikings Teddy Covers




NFL Handicapping: Drive Point Averages Week 9

11.01.2013     07:05 AM     Printer Friendly
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Submitted by Stat Intelligence

Got to these quicker than I expected, so I rushed them right up. If you’re new to the site, Drive Points are those scored and allowed only on drives of 60 yards or more. We don’t count defensive scores, special teams scores, or any listed drive at 59 yards or less from the drive charts or itemized scoring drives at the major websites. What you see below are per-game averages. I put them in market rotation order so you can jot them down in your schedule and have them handy through the weekend (you could also print them out of course).

Atlanta: 15.1 on offense, 18.0 on defense

Carolina: 13.9 on offense,  8.7 on defense

(People have noticed that Atlanta’s losing, but I haven’t heard a lot of media criticism about how bad their defense has been playing. They’re lucky they’re not a New York team. Great defense from Carolina)

Minnesota: 14.1 on offense, 20.0 on Read more


Tags: NFL Stat Intelligence




College Football Betting Preview: Michigan Wolverines at Michigan State Spartans

10.31.2013     12:12 PM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers

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Michigan at Michigan State
Saturday, 12:30 pm PT - ABC
CRIS Opener:
Michigan State -3.5 O/U 46
CRIS Current: Michigan State -5 O/U 46
Rob Veno's Power Rating: Michigan State -3
Teddy Covers' Recommendation: Michigan State

Michigan hasn’t enjoyed much success against Michigan State in recent years, particularly from a pointspread perspective. The Wolverines closed as 9.5 point home favorites against the Spartans last year, but failed to score a single touchdown in their 12-10 non-covering win. Prior to that two point victory, the Spartans had won four straight in the series (both SU and ATS), with three of those four victories coming by two touchdowns or more. Michigan’s last ATS cover against Michigan State came all the way back in 2006 – it’s been a while!

The Wolverines come into this game in a pretty good spot, rested and ready off their bye week. That Read more


Tags: College Football Michgan Wolverines Michigan State Spartans Big Ten Teddy Covers




NFL Gambling Preview: Pittsburgh Steelers at New England Patriots

10.31.2013     12:06 PM     Alatex Sports     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Alatex Sports

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Pittsburgh at New England
Sunday, 1:25 pm PT - CBS
CRIS Opener:
New England -7 O/U 43
CRIS Current: New England -6 O/U 43
Rob Veno's Power Rating: New England -8
Brent Crow's Recommendation: Pittsburgh

In years past this would have likely been the marquee game of the week with the success these two franchises have had. In fact, of the last ten AFC championship games, nine have featured Pittsburgh, New England or both.

This year, they are both trying to rebuild and do not resemble the high powered teams the NFL is used to seeing. New England has somehow managed to win six of its eight games with Tom Brady having his worst season ever thanks mostly to a lack of experienced weapons. The Steelers meanwhile have struggled to a 2-5 mark and have had trouble on both sides of the ball, with their trademark defense being the biggest culprit, especially against the run.

Steelers’ coach Mike Tomlin Read more


Tags: NFL Pittsburgh Steelers New England Patriots Brent Crow




College Football Betting Preview: North Carolina Tar Heels at NC State Wolfpack

10.30.2013     01:57 PM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange

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North Carolina at NC State
Saturday, 9:30 am PT - ESPN Game Plan
CRIS Opener:
North Carolina -3 O/U 55
CRIS Current: North Carolina -4 O/U 57.5
Rob Veno's Power Rating: North Carolina -6.5
Andrew Lange's Recommendation: NC State

There aren't very many statistics that I can use to make a case for supporting NC State. The Wolfpack are 0-4 in ACC play and own non-conference wins over Louisiana Tech, Richmond (by 2), and Central Michigan. North Carolina meanwhile has battled the likes of South Carolina, Virginia Tech, and Miami and while coming up on the short of end of it in those three games, the Tar Heels have shown to be at least capable. But that doesn't mean they are deserving of laying over a field goal on the road in a rivalry game as NC State should be primed for its best showing of the season.

NC State was dealt some bad cards when starting quarterback Brandon Mitchell went Read more


Tags: College Football North Carolina Tar Heels NC State Wolfpack ACC Andrew Lange




College Football Handicapping: Week 10 Injury Report

10.30.2013     11:18 AM     Brian Edwards     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Brian Edwards

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For Thursday’s AAC matchup vs. South Florida, Houston RB Ryan Jackson is ‘questionable’ after possibly sustaining a concussion in last week’s 49-14 win at Rutgers. Jackson has rushed 95 times for a team-high 477 yards and four touchdowns while averaging 5.0 yards per carry.

USC is hoping to get star WR Marquise Lee (knee) back for Friday’s game at Oregon State. Lee missed last week’s win over Utah and is ‘questionable’ against the Beavers. The Trojans will be without starting TE Randall Telfer and the laundry list of defensive injuries continues to grow. DE Morgan Breslin, who had a team-high 13 sacks in 2012, remains ‘out’ with a hip injury. Starting LB Lamar Dawson was recently lost to a season-ending injury along with reserve safety Gerald Bowman. Starting cornerback Anthony Brown (arm) is also ‘out’ at OSU.

Mike Riley’s team has plenty of its own injury concerns. On the last play of Oregon State’s 20-12 home loss to Stanford last week, WR Kevin Cummings was lost for the season with a broken wrist. Cummings had 23 receptions for 254 yards and two TDs during his senior Read more


Tags: College Football Brian Edwards




NFL Betting News and Notes - Week 8

10.30.2013     07:38 AM     ICC     Printer Friendly
Submitted by ICC

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Welcome to a sportsbooks worst nightmare
This was not the week to be a bookmaker. The public, which tends to bet favorites and overs, had a grand time in Week 8. Favorites went 8-5 ATS and totals were also 8-5 O/U. Thankfully, sportsbooks got the desired result on Monday night when the Rams and under both cashed but it still didn’t prevent an overall tough week for the books. Four of the biggest public teams in the NFL – all favorites – overcame sluggish starts to grab pointspread covers: New England Patriots, New Orleans Saints, Green Bay Packers and Denver Broncos – and three of the four games involving those teams sailed over the total. This is just more proof that it is no longer safe nor practical to simply fade the public. The public doesn’t always lose and it is something that bettors must understand as they attempt to beat the NFL.

The risk of overreacting
It’s easy to overreact to results in the NFL. It happens all the time and even I find myself guilty of doing so. I’ve singled out the Monday night game that likely shocked many bettors when the Seattle Seahawks not only failed Read more


Tags: NFL Seattle Seahawks St. Louis Rams New England Patriots Ian Cameron




Monday Night Football Betting Recap: Seahawks win but fail to cover vs. Rams

10.29.2013     06:36 AM     Printer Friendly
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Submitted by Stat Intelligence

Well, it turned out to be a compelling fourth quarter. But, that was because the Seattle Seahawks basically gave themselves a bye week in terms of preparation and intensity. Their offense was invisible outside of a long bomb that connected (80 yards on one play, 55 the whole rest of the game!). Their defense…enjoying a mismatch against a poor quarterback…allowed short little stuff all night…until fatigue on the final drive almost stuck them with an embarrassing loss.

St. Louis made it down near the goal line in the final moments…trailing 14-9. They couldn’t figure out how to punch it in.

For Seattle…this goes on the list with other ugly road wins at Carolina and at Houston. Maybe this close-to-the-vest, “let’s not show anything we don’t have to show until the playoffs” approach is going to pay off. They’re 7-1 even with a few lame results…and are still very well positioned to earn the #1 seed Read more


Tags: NFL Seattle Seahawks St. Louis Rams Stat Intelligence




NFL Betting News: Houston to start Keenum vs. Indianapolis

10.28.2013     02:19 PM     Printer Friendly
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Indianapolis -2.5 at Houston O/U 44.5

Looks like Houston's Case Keenum will start Sunday's game against Indianapolis. Keenum finished 15-of-25 for 271 yards and a touchdown in the Texans' Week 7 loss at Kansas City.


"Gary loves him,” a source told CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora last week. “He's extremely cerebral. He doesn't have that big arm but he fits their mold -- he can extend plays and get out of the way. He understands the system. That's going to be a tough environment but he shows a pulse and moves the team some, I bet he sticks with him after the [Week 8] bye.”






Tags: NFL Houston Texans Indianapolis Colts




College Football Handicapping: Michigan defense promises better showing vs. Michigan State

10.28.2013     11:04 AM     Printer Friendly
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Michigan at Michigan State -4.5

Michigan talks about prepping for Michigan State. The Wolverines are confident their defensive showing against Indiana (572 yards allowed) was an aberration.


“I know we’ll have Michigan defense back on that field the way it’s supposed to be when we play that game (at MSU),” Mattison said. “Especially coming off (that) kind of performance, we’ve got a lot to prove.”






Tags: College Football Michigan Wolverines Michigan State Spartans Big Ten



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