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NFC South Betting Preview Podcast 6-20-2018 with Sportsmemo Handicapper Teddy Covers

06.20.2018     10:27 AM     Printer Friendly
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Wednesday's Sportsmemo Podcast featured Sportsmemo Handicapper Teddy Covers. Teddy and host Andrew Lange previwed the NFL South as a part of our on-going summer NFL coverage. 

Today's segments
Teddy Covers - NFC South Preview

To listen to past shows, be sure to visit our Sportsmemo Podcast Homepage.


ITunes users can subscribe to the show by searching "Sportsmemo" in the podcast directory.




Tags: NFL New Orleans Saints Carolina Panthers Atlanta Falcons Tampa Bay Buccaneers NFC South Teddy Covers Andrew Lange




MLB Handicapper Free Betting Pick: Texas Rangers at Kansas City Royals

06.20.2018     09:21 AM     Kyle Hunter     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Kyle Hunter

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Texas (Bibens-dirkx) at Kansas City (Junis) -115 O/U 9.5
Recommendation: Kansas City

On most nights, it's tough to make a case for betting the Kansas City Royals who are currently 22-51 with a MLB-worst -1.9 run differential. Over their last 20 games, the Royals have won only four times. And in terms of profits, KC is down over -22 units on the season. But while there's little to like about the team, there are things to like about tonight's starter Jake Junis. With a plus breaking pitch, Junis entered June with a 3.61 ERA and nearly a strikeout per inning rate. His numbers are now skewed some due to back-to-back poor outings but they were perhaps explainable. After posting a 7.1 IP, 3 ER, 9 K outing vs. Oakland he was forced to face the A's again five days later. They got to him for six runs, including three that left the yard. And last time out, he was tasked with facing the best offense in MLB as the Astros smoked him for six runs and, again, three dingers. Tonight is a much more favorable matchup in large part because Texas has never faced the young right-hander. Meanwhile, the Rangers just recalled Austin Bibens-Dirkx who made Read more



Tags: MLB Texas Rangers Kansas City Royals Andrew Lange




College Football Handicapping: LSU Tigers draws tough conference slate

06.20.2018     08:53 AM     Printer Friendly
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In doing some of our preseason college football schedule analysis we stumbled upon something in the SEC worth noting. Whoever made LSU's conference schedule must have it out for the Tigers. For starters, LSU draws Georgia and Florida from the East Division. Based on regular season over/under wins, those are the top two teams in the East with the Bulldogs lined at 10.5 wins and the Gators 8. Next, and most important, is how many SEC teams play LSU off of bye week. In Week 8, LSU will be playing its fourth straight SEC game while Mississippi State enters off of a bye. In Week 11, after playing rival Alabama, the Tigers travel to Arkansas who comes in off of a bye week. Only twice does LSU play a conference foe that played a league game the week prior: Florida at Mississippi State and then vs. LSU; Georgia vs. Vanderbilt and then at LSU. Overall, there are three teams (Alabama, Arkansas, and Mississippi State) that face LSU rested and Read more



Tags: College Football LSU Tigers SEC



June

19




Handicapping the scheduling partners for the 2018-19 NFL Regular Season

06.19.2018     12:28 PM     Printer Friendly
Below is a helpful chart that breaks down the scheduling partners for each NFL team. The NFL schedule is simple: Each team plays six games within the division, eight games against a division in each conference and then two games against teams within your conference who finished in the same place as you did the year prior. For example: The Arizona Cardinals play six divisional games against Seattle, San Francisco, and the Los Angeles Rams. They'll also play eight games against division "partners" NFC North and AFC West. And finally two games vs. Washington and at Atlanta, who like the Cardinals, finished third in their respective NFC divisions. 

2018-19 NFL Schedule Partners
Team
Division
NFC Partner
AFC Partner
Place Partners
Arizona Cardinals
NFC West
NFC North
AFC West
vs. WAS, at ATL
Atlanta Falcons
NFC South
NFC East
AFC North
at GB, vs. ARI
Baltimore Ravens
AFC North
NFC South
AFC West
vs. BUF, at TEN
Buffalo Bills
AFC East
NFC North
AFC South
at BAL, vs. LAC
Carolina Panthers
NFC South
NFC East
AFC North
at DET, vs. SEA
Chicago Bears
NFC North
NFC West
AFC East
vs. TB, at NYG
Cincinnati Bengals
AFC North
NFC South
AFC West
at IND, vs. MIA
Cleveland Browns
AFC North
NFC South
AFC West
vs. NYJ, at HOU
Dallas Cowboys
NFC East
NFC South
AFC South
at CAR, vs. DET
Denver Broncos
AFC West
NFC West
AFC North
at NYJ, vs. HOU
Detroit Lions
NFC North
NFC West
AFC East
at DAL, vs. CAR
Green Bay Packers
NFC North
NFC West
AFC East
at WAS, vs. ATL
Houston Texans
AFC South
NFC East
AFC East
at DEN, vs. CLE
Indianapolis Colts
AFC South
NFC East
AFC East
vs. CIN, at OAK
Jacksonville Jaguars
AFC South
NFC East
AFC East
at KC, vs. PIT
Kansas City Chiefs
AFC West
NFC West
AFC North
vs JAX, at NE
Los Angeles Chargers
AFC West
NFC West
AFC North
at BUF, vs. TEN
Los Angeles Rams
NFC West
NFC North
AFC West
at NO, vs. PHI
Miami Dolphins
AFC East
NFC North
AFC South
vs. OAK, at CIN
Minnesota Vikings
NFC North
NFC West
AFC East
vs. NO, at PHI
New England Patriots
AFC East
NFC North
AFC South
vs. KC, at PIT
New Orleans Saints
NFC South
NFC East
AFC North
at MIN, vs. LAR
New York Giants
NFC East
NFC South
AFC South
at SF, vs. CHI
New York Jets
AFC East
NFC North
AFC South
at CLE, vs. DEN
Oakland Raiders
AFC West
NFC West
AFC North
at MIA, vs. IND
Philadelphia Eagles
NFC East
NFC South
AFC South
vs. MIN, at LAR
Pittsburgh Steelers
AFC North
NFC South
AFC West
at JAX, vs. NE
San Francisco 49ers
NFC West
NFC North
AFC West
vs. NYG, at TB
Seattle Seahawks
NFC West
NFC North
AFC West
vs. DAL, at CAR
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
NFC South
NFC East
AFC North
at CHI, vs. SF
Tennessee Titans
AFC South
NFC East
AFC East
vs. BAL, at LAC
Washington Redskins
NFC East
NFC South
AFC South
at ARI, vs. GB





Tags: NFL




College Football Handicapping: Big Ten Divisional Crossover Games

06.19.2018     11:41 AM     Printer Friendly
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Let's take an early look at the Big Ten's scheduling partners for the upcoming season. Two years ago, the Big Ten moved to nine league games which caused a home/road imbalance. This season, the East Division benefits by having two of its three crossover games and five of its nine league games at home. Ohio State, for example, doesn't play Wisconsin or Iowa the two top teams from the West based on season over/under wins. Penn State gets both the Hawkeyes and Badgers but both games are in Happy Valley. The league office must have it out for Nebraska; the Cornhuskers drew the East's Penn State and Ohio State in 2017 and must travel to Ann Arbor and Columbus while hosting Michigan State this season. Illinois, Iowa, and Minnesota meanwhile play only one game apiece vs. the East Division's "Big Four" Michigan, Ohio State, Penn State, and Michigan State.




East (Season O/U Wins) - West Opponents

Indiana (5) - vs. IOWA, at MINN, vs. PUR
Maryland (5) - vs. MINN, at IOWA, vs. ILL
Michigan (9) - vs. NEB, at NW, vs. WIS
Michigan State (9) - vs. NW, vs. PUR, at NEB
Ohio State (10.5) - vs. MIN, at PUR, vs. NEB
Penn State (9.5) - at ILL, vs. IOWA, vs. WIS
Rutgers (4) - vs. ILL, vs. NW, at WIS

West (Season O/U Wins) - East Opponents
Illinois (4) - vs. PSU, at RUT, at MARY
Iowa (7.5) - at IND, at PSU, vs. MARY
Minnesota (6) - at MARY, at OSU vs. IND
Nebraska (6) - at MICH, at OSU, vs. MSU
Northwestern (6) - vs. MICH, at MSU, at RUT
Purdue (6) - vs. OSU, at MSU, at IND
Wisconsin (10) - at MICH, at PSU, vs. RUT




Tags: College Football Big Ten




NFC North Betting Preview Podcast 6-19-2018 with Sportsmemo Handicapper Teddy Covers

06.19.2018     10:59 AM     Printer Friendly
SportsMemo.com blog entry.
Tuesday's Sportsmemo Podcast featured Sportsmemo Handicapper Teddy Covers. Teddy and host Andrew Lange previwed the NFL North as a part of our on-going summer NFL coverage. 

Today's segments
Teddy Covers - NFC North Preview

To listen to past shows, be sure to visit our Sportsmemo Podcast Homepage.


ITunes users can subscribe to the show by searching "Sportsmemo" in the podcast directory.




Tags: NFL Minnesota Vikings Green Bay Packers Detroit Lions Chicago Bears NFC North Teddy Covers Andrew Lange




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