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Dallas vs. San Diego, 08/18/2012 21:00
Point Spread: -3/-115 San Diego
This Saturday, my NFL analysts and I all agree that we have uncovered not 1 but 2 winners for you. I am posting this FREE NFLX WINNER, my NFLX TV GAME WINNER, and my MLB Red Sox/Yankees money maker.
My FREE NFLX WINNER is in the Dallas/San Diego matchup going 6:00 pm pst. The line is currently San Diego -3 and a Total of 37. Both teams won their opener with the Cowboys eking a 3-0 win over the Raiders and the Chargers slamming the Packers, 21-13. The big talk this week is the loss of Jason Witten. To me, Witten is the most valuable Tight End to his team in the NFL. The standout TE was not a factor in Game 1. He caught just 2 passes for 6 yards but it is a fact that Witten is the "go-to" guy for any of the Dallas' QBs. Tony Romo was 3 for 6 and had 30 YP in the first game. Orton and McGhee combined for 135 YP and 1 INT and more importantly, 0 TDs. Looking at their entire roster of RBs and Receivers, Witten seems to be the only standout without with his head in straight (sorry Dez Bryant). Hence, the reason why they only posted a mere 3 points against Oakland. Dallas finished the regular season at 8-8 and split out in the pre-season as well, posting a record of 2-2 but was 1-3 ATS. The team will not jeopardize and further playmakers. Romo will see more action but not much more. San Diego finished LY's campaign at 8-8 also, starting and finishing strong, going 4-1 at both ends. It was their 6 games skid between October and November that killed the team. In the season's first exhibition game, QB Philip Rivers was 3 of 5 passing for 37 yards, 1 TD, and 1 INT. Backup, Jarrett Lee came in and threw for a whopping 235 yards with 1 TD and 1 INT. RB, Ryan Matthews is expected to sit, which tells me that the team really needs to and WILL establish their presence on the ground here. The roster sports more than enough runners to step up in this situation. Seven different receivers each amassed DDs in yardage with 12 overall players pulling down at least 1 reception in the opener. The depleted Dallas defense doesn't have the tools to face so many talented wide outs. San Diego averaged 22.0 PPG in LYs pre-season, including a 20-7 victory over Dallas also in Week 2.
Take San Diego here. Make sure to get all my winning info right here. This is Joe D'Amico. Thank you.