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12/21/2011 05:59 PM

what's the pw to the wed night blackjack tourney?

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12/22/2011 10:08 AM

Thursday's six-pack

-- Teams from CAA have been great underdogs in recent years, with George Mason/VCU both making Final Four runs, but this season, road underdogs of 7 or less points are a ridiculous 2-17 against the spread.

-- Middle Tennessee beat Ole Miss by 12 in Southaven, which had a predominantly pro-Rebel crowd. MTSU is 11-2 and very athletic.

-- Seton Hall is a surprising 10-1 after winning 69-64 at Dayton.

-- Wisconsin offensive coordinator Paul Chryst will be Pitt's football coach, replacing Todd Graham, who bolted after one season.

-- Arizona State lost its third straight home game, 68-65 to Fresno State, another bad loss. Pac-12 is in rough shape so far this season.

-- I love watching the NBA, but unless DirecTV's price for the League Pass is 19.5% less than last year, I'm not buying it-- there are 19.5% less games this year than last, 66 instead of the normal 82.

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12/22/2011 10:09 AM

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12/22/2011 10:11 AM

Thursday's List of 13: Doing some thinking out loud........

13) Nine of 14 Cowboy games have been decided by 4 or less points; in their last four games, Dallas was outscored 66-33 in the second half. Curious to see if they finish the Eagles off and win the NFC East.

12) There are 32 leagues that play Division I college basketball. Ivy League, which doesn’t give athletic scholarships, is ranked #13, highest they’ve been in long time, ahead of the CAA-MAC-Horizon-MAAC, amongst others. Harvard might not give athletic scholarships per se, but their better players are not paying to go to college.

Its some non-athletic program they have and it is a loophole they use to get around the “no athletic scholarship” thing and its why they’re a top 25 team right now. Make no mistake about, Harvard is a very good team, and not because they shoot 3’s well, because they don’t. Their key players are legitimately good Division I players.

11) Ohio U’s hoop team is 10-1 after going to Cedar Rapids and waxing Northern Iowa by 16. Bobcats are a junior-laden bunch that is very impressive and will be heard from in March.

10) 49ers are on an unconscious roll, with a +25 turnover ratio and just tremendous special teams. The last time an opponent started a drive in 49er territory was in Week 3, back during baseball season. Impressive season they’ve put together.

9) Three weeks ago, the Colts were 10-15 on 3rd down in Foxboro; in their last six games other than that one, Indy is 20-81 (24.7%) on 3rd down. Go figure.

8) There is outrage in Quebec political circles because the new coach of the Montreal Canadiens, Randy Cunneyworth, doesn’t speak French. Sounds like nothing a 6 or 7-game winning streak wouldn’t solve.

7) According to letsfaceit.com, if you gave up smoking for a year, you would save yourself $2,872 a year. If saving your life isn’t a good enough reason to quit smoking, would saving $2,800+ a year help?

6) Louisville has only played one road game so far this season, but they pay for that imbalance in January, when they only play at home three times.

5) Mets supposedly lost $70M last year, which is hard to fathom, until you realize that their owners are friends with Bernie Madoff, who was known to make numbers do strange things.

Mets won’t have a team in the Florida State League this year; that was where players went to rehab injuries. Guess they figure with Reyes/ Beltran gone, they’ll be less injured players who will need rehab.

4) Jason Kubel’s home batting average was 40 points lower at Target Field than it had been in the Metrodome, which is a big part of why he now calls Arizona home.

3) Sad stat of the day: Rams converted only 2 of 13 on third down last week, which is sad enough, but on those 13 third down plays, the Rams gained a total of seven yards. 7. Seven. 0.54 yards per play. 19.44 inches per play. Unspeakably bad.

2) TCU won another bowl game and now that the Horned Frogs will be a Big X team starting next year, its doubtful coach Gary Patterson will be leaving Fort Worth anytime soon. He's an excellent coach.

1) Clippers play the Lakers three times this season; they haven't won a season series against their crosstown rivals since 1993. This better be the year they do it; right now, they've got the better team, with Kobe hurt.

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12/22/2011 10:11 AM

Week 16 schedule

Texans (10-4) @ Colts (1-13)— Short week for both teams after Indy got monkey off back for first win; Colts covered last three games, are 2-4 as home dog. Texans already clinched AFC South, have rookie QB starting- they’ve won last four road games, scoring 29.5 ppg, but had 7-game win streak snapped by Carolina- they’re still without DC Phillips. Houston (-8.5) crushed Indy 34-7 in season opener, outrushing Colts 167-64 and running punt back for TD; Texans are 0-9 in franchise history here, but obviously Manning was QB in those games. Favorites are 5-3 vs spread in AFC South games this year. Four of last five Texan games, five of last seven Indy games stayed under total. Texans are 7-2 vs spread as a favorite this year, 3-0 on road, with road wins by 10-34-28-1-7 points.

Raiders (7-7) @ Chiefs (5-9)— KC played with renewed enthusiasm in upset of Packers, with Orton winning his first Chief start; now archrival Raiders visit, having won last four visits here, allowing 11.3 ppg. Chiefs (+4) shut Raiders out 28-0 in Week 7 at Oakland, scoring two defensive TDs, one on second play of game; KC had six INTs, three against Palmer when he made Raider debut in second half. That game was one of only four games in NFL all year where losing side didn’t score TD or attempt FG. Oakland blew 13-point lead with 7:37 left Sunday for third loss in row, allowing Stafford to drive 98 yards for winning score, after tactical error kept lead at 13, instead of going for 2 and trying for 14-point lead after last TD. Fifth road game in seven weeks for Raider squad that lost last two away games, 34-14/46-16 (outscored 44-0 in first half).

Broncos (8-6) @ Bills (5-9)— Denver still holds its AFC West destiny in own hands; Broncos had 6-game win streak snapped by Patriots, but Tebow is 5-0 in road starts, winning last two by FG each, at Chargers/Vikings. Buffalo is in total freefall, losing last seven games (1-6 vs spread), with five of the seven by 10+ points; they were 0-11 on 3rd down vs Miami, allowed Fish to run for 254 yards 202 by Reggie Bush. Denver won last three visits here by 2-1-11 points, as visitor won four of last five series games. Broncos’ last loss here was in ’94. This is only second game this year on artificial turf for Denver. Bills lost last three home games by 16-6-7 points; they won first three home games, then beat Redskins in “home” game in Toronto, but haven’t won back in Orchard Park since then. Buffalo has lost field position by 8+ yards in six of last seven games.

Jaguars (4-10) @ Titans (7-7)—Hideous loss at Indy last week damaged Titans’ playoff chances, almost as much as when Jags (-3) beat Tennessee 16-14 in season opener, outrushing Titans 163-43, converting 8 of 11 on 3rd down. Tennessee ran ball for 59-66 yards in last two games; hard to describe how listless they looked in indy loss, when win would have them in playoff spot had season ended today. Jags are 1-4 as road underdogs, losing away games by 29-6-4-4-27 points. Titans are 2-4 as favorite this year, 2-3 at home, winning in Nashville by 13-3-17-6 points, with losses to Texans-Bengals-Saints. Jaguars are 4-3 in last seven visits here, but haven’t swept Titans since ’05. Jax has three extra days to prep here after dismal Thursday night loss in Atlanta. Legit question for Titans: Should they be giving QB of future Locker experience in last two games?

Cardinals (7-7) @ Bengals (8-6)— Cruel of schedule maker to put dome-loving Redbirds in cold weather site on Christmas Eve, but Arizona has won six of last seven games, with three of those wins in OT and other three by 4 or less points, as young QB Skelton/dynamic punt returner Peterson have done just enough to win these close games. Bengals are 2-4 in last six games, with wins vs doormats Browns/Rams; Cincy is 2-3-1 as favorite this year, 1-3 at home, and only cover was on defensive TD late in Indy game- they’re 3-3 SU at home, winning by 3-10-3 points. Home team won eight of nine series games, with Cardinals winning last visit here 35-27 in ’07, their only win in six visits to Cincy. NFC West road underdogs are 10-7-1 in non-divisional games; AFC North home favorites are 6-8-1. Over is 3-1-1 in last five Bengal games, 1-4-2 in Arizona’s last seven games.

Dolphins (5-9) @ Patriots (11-3)— Miami is 5-2 since 0-7 start; no matter who next coach is, he doesn’t need a QB, as Moore has proven to be capable leader. Dolphins ran ball for 254 yards Sunday, second time in three weeks they topped 200 mark, bad news for Patriot defense that allowed Denver 252 rushing yards in 41-23 win in Mile High City (+3 turnover ratio led to 24-yard edge in field position for Pats). New England (-7) won first meeting 38-24 in season opener at Miami, as Brady passed for 516 yards (10.5 ypa); Patriots are 3-3 as home favorites, winning at home by 14-9-4-31-7 points- they’re 2-5 vs spread this year when laying more than 7. Miami is 5-2 as a road dog this season. Five of last six Patriot games went over total; under is 9-2-1 in Miami’s last dozen, but first game without Sparano went over. Miami lost four of last five visits here, with losses by 10-21-10-31 points.

Browns (4-10) @ Ravens (10-4)— Cleveland is 1-7 in last eight visits here, losing last three by 18-31-7 points; Baltimore (-7) won first meeting 24-10 on Lake Erie three weeks ago, outrushing Browns 290-59 and getting PR for TD; Flacco completed just 10-23 passes in game where Ravens outgained hosts 448-233. Four of last six Cleveland games were decided by 4 or less points; Browns are 2-3 as road underdog this year, losing last five road games by 7-10-18-3-11 points. Ravens are 4-2-1 as home favorites this year, winning home games by 28-17-15-3-7-10-14 points. Under is 4-1-1 in last seven Cleveland games, 3-1 in Ravens’ last four. Home teams are 2-6-1 vs spread in AFC North divisional games, with over 5-3-1 in those games. Ravens have five sacks in their four losses, 40 in their ten wins.

Giants (7-7) @ Jets (8-6)— This is Jet home game, but teams share stadium, so in reality home game #9 for Giant club that lost five of last six games, and fizzled out Sunday as soon as Nicks dropped sure TD pass on first series vs Redskins. Giant defense allowed average of 36 ppg last four weeks, allowing foes to convert 32 of last 63 (5x.x%) 3rd down plays. Jets are 6-1 at home this year, with only loss to Patriots; they’re 4-3 as home favorites, but anytime a contending team trails 28-0 after 20:03 of play in a game they need to win, red flags are raised. Both Jersey teams stunk last week, but Jets lucked out when Titans/Raiders also lost, so they’re still #6 AFC team. Last four Jet games, three of last four Giant games went over total. Giants are 7-4 in once-every-four years-rivalry, winning last four by 7-13-3-11 points, with average total in last three, 62.3.

Vikings (2-12) @ Redskins (5-9)— Minnesota is 2-12 despite leading four games this year by 8+ points at half (lost all four); they’re 3-2-1 as road dogs this season, losing away games by 7-5-24-38-10-6 points, with a win at Carolina. Vikings allowed 35-34-42 points in last three games (11 TDs on 35 drives). Skins covered four of last five games (2-2 in last four SU); they’re favored here for first time since Week 4. Washington lost last five home games since winning first two, by 1-14 points. Vikings won three of last fur visits here; three of last four series games were decided by 4 or less points. Four of last five Washington games, seven of last nine Viking games went over the total. NFC East home favorites are 4-9 vs spread in non-divisional games; NFC road underdogs are 5-3-1.

Buccaneers (4-10) @ Panthers (5-9)— Carolina won three of last four games, scoring 29 ppg; they’re 3-2 as a favorite this year, with four of five wins by 8+ points. Tampa Bay was 4-2 when they went to London to play Bears in October; they’re 1-7 vs spread in last eight games since, with only cover a 35-26 loss at Lambeau; Carolina (+3.5) came to Tampa and whacked Bucs 38-19 three weeks ago, outrushing hosts 163-78, averaging 9.3 ypa and scoring five TDs on nine drives. Buccaneers are 3-6 as dog this year, 2-4 on road, losing true road games by 45-11-9-6-27 points. Home teams are 7-2 vs spread in NFC South games, 5-2 if favored. Rarely a good idea to back bad team coming off national TV game; they usually empty their bucket in front of big TV audience. Bucs have led one game at halftime this year, Week 3 against Atlanta.

Rams (2-12) @ Steelers (10-4)— Monday night loss puts Pitt behind 8-ball for division title and first round bye; Big Ben’s ankle is in bad shape, not sure what tack they take here vs pathetic Ram squad (0-11-1 vs spread in 12 losses) with #3 QB Clemens at helm. St Louis is 1-6 as road underdog this year, losing away games by 12-21-27-6-26-17 points, with win at Cleveland when the Browns botched snap on 21-yard GW FG in last 1:30. Pitt only allowed three offensive TDs in last four games (40 drives), one on 17-yard drive at SF after a turnover- they’re 3-3 as home favorites, winning at Heinz by 24-21-4-8-28-11 points, with costly loss to Ravens. NFC West road underdogs are 10-7-1 vs spread in non-divisional games; AFC North home favorites are 6-8-1. Under is 8-3 in Rams’ last 11 games, 4-1-1 in Steelers’ last six.

Chargers (7-7) @ Lions (9-5)— Detroit can wrap playoff spot with win after dramatic 98-yard drive in final minutes gave them a key win at Oakland last week; Lions are 2-3 in last five home games, 4-5 vs spread as favorite, 3-3 at home, with home wins by 45-11-14-6 points. San Diego won its last three games, scoring 38-37-34 points (13 TDs on 27 drives); after turning ball over 24 times in first 10 games, Chargers have just one turnover in last four games- their win last week was first cover in five tries as an underdog this year. AFC West road underdogs are 5-9-1 vs spread in non-divisional games; NFC North favorites are 12-13, 8-8 at home. Five of last seven Detroit games, five of San Diego’s six road games went over total. Lions are 9-0 when they score 24+ points, 0-5 when they don’t Bolts held last four foes to average of 13.5 ppg.

49ers (11-3) @ Seahawks (7-7)—49ers still playing to hold off Saints for #2 seed and first-round bye in playoffs; they started season with 33-17 win (-5.5) over Seattle, breaking game open with pair of special teams TDs in last 5:00. Niners are +25 in turnovers; they’ve started 31 drives in enemy territory, their opponents six (none since Week 3). Seattle won five of last six games, covered six of last seven- they’re 8-1-1 vs spread in last ten games as underdog. Home underdogs are 8-4 vs spread in NFC divisional games, 2-0 in NFC West. Under is 5-3-1 in NFC West divisional games. 49ers have won field position battle by 13+ yards in six of last seven games. Under is 4-0-1 in Niners’ last five games, 0-4 in Seattle’s last four. Seahawks have three TDs on defense, one on special teams, eight on offense in their last three games, scoring 33 ppg.

Bears (7-7) @ Packers (13-1)—Now that Packers have a loss and already clinched home field thru NFC playoffs, not sure how much regulars play here; they won 27-17 at Chicago (-3.5) in Week 3, holding Bears to 13 rushing yards while forcing six 3/outs on 13 drives. Green Bay is 5-1 as home favorite this year, winning by 8-26-21-38-9-30 points. Punchless Bears lost last four games, by 5-7-3-24 points; they were held under 100 passing yards (88-86-89) in last three. Chicago is 2-3 as road dog this season, losing on foreign soil by 17-11-5-3 points- they scored total of 21 points in losing last three visits here by 34-6-7 points. Home favorites are 3-1 vs spread in NFC North divisional games; over is 5-3 in NFC North games this year. Over is 5-2 in last seven Chicago games, 6-2 in Packers’ last eight games.

Eagles (6-8) @ Cowboys (8-6)—Philly stays alive by winning here, and if Jets beat Giants; Iggles (-3.5) hammered Dallas 34-7 (at home in Week 8, outrushing Pokes 239-95, outgaining them 495-267. Philly won here 30-27 LY, their first win in last four visits- they haven’t swept Dallas since ‘06. Nine of 14 Dallas games were decided by 4 or less points or in OT; they’re 2-5 as home favorite this year, with only covers vs Rams/Bills. Eagles won 26-10/45-19 in two games since Vick returned from injury, scoring eight TDs on 27 drives, with three of the eight TD drives starting in enemy territory, thanks to seven takeaways. Underdogs are 7-2 vs spread in NFC East divisional games (under 6-3), 5-1 on road. If Giants beat Jets, Eagles are eliminated, but game becomes meaningless for Dallas, instead setting up winner-take-all tilt in Swamp Stadium next week.

Falcons (9-5) @ Saints (11-3)—New Orleans (even) won 26-23 at Atlanta in OT six weeks ago, when Falcons went for it on 4th-and-1 on own 29 in OT but failed, after rallying from 10 down in last 5:00 to tie game- it was fifth win in last six series meetings for NO. Atlanta won here 27-24 in OT LY, snapping 6-game skid in Superdome, with losses by 3-13-20-6-4-8 points (they beat Saints in Alamodome in ’05, after Hurricane Katrina). Falcons are 2-2 as underdog this year; this is first time they’re getting points since Week 7 win at Detroit. Teams that beat Saints this year scored 42-26-31 points. WhoDats won and covered their last six games- they’re 6-0 as home favorite this year, winning at home by 17-7-55-11-25-14 points (average score, 40-18). Eight of last ten Atlanta games stayed under total.

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spooky Posts:4089 Followers:294
12/22/2011 07:27 PM

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spooky Posts:4089 Followers:294
12/22/2011 07:30 PM

With college football tonight and this crappy game not thinking I really want to play anything in the NFL tonight.
I am leaning with Houston in a low scoring game but honestly lets get Boise State done today and the only way they dont cover the game is in a high scoring game so take that for what its worth.

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