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11/25/2012 10:49 AM

NFL weather watch: Chance of snow in Cleveland

Minnesota at Chicago (-6.5, 38.5)

Site: Soldier Field

Forecasts are calling for temperatures in the high-30s with partly cloudy skies. Winds will blow out of the west at 10 mph.

Oakland at Cincinnati (-9.5, 50.5)

Site: Paul Brown Stadium

Forecasts are calling for temperatures in the low-40s with partly cloudy skies. Winds will blow out of the SSW at 13 mph.

Pittsburgh at Cleveland (1, 34.5)

Site: Cleveland Browns Stadium

Forecasts are calling for temperatures around the freezing mark with a 20 percent chance of snow. Winds will blow out of the SSW at 17 mph.

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11/25/2012 10:50 AM

Where the action is: Sunday's NFL line moves

We talked to Mike Perry, oddsmaker for UWIN.com, about the flow of action coming in on Sunday’s NFL games.

Atlanta Falcons at Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Open: Pick, 48, Move: -1, 51

If the conference-leading Atlanta Falcons hope to continue their winning ways, they'll have to derail one of the hottest teams in the league when they visit the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in a matchup of the top two clubs in the NFC South. Some books even had Tampa Bay as the favorite earlier in the week.

“We opened this game a pick ‘em and now have this one Atlanta -1.5,” says Perry. "And 86 percent of the money is on the Falcons.”

The Bucs have played over the total in seven consecutive games and bettors have driven the number up to 51 after it opened at 48.

San Francisco 49ers at New Orleans Saints - Open: Pick, Move: +1

Niners coach Jim Harbaugh is mum on who his starting QB will be for this game, but numerous reports suggest Colin Kaepernick will be under center on Sunday after his impressive outing last week.

“We are using Niners -1 now and 60 percent of the money is on New Orleans,” notes Perry. “I think it’s a good thing for San Francisco to use Kaepernick. He provides them with more of a dual threat (run and pass) on offense.”

Seattle Seahawks at Miami Dolphins – Open: +1, Move: +3

Seasoned bettors know the Seahawks are almost a sure bet at raucous CenturyLink Field. But Seattle is proving itself on the road this season too.

“Bettors definitely have more faith in Seattle on the road this season,” according to Perry. “The Seahawks have covered in two of their last three on the road and five of six overall. Despite those numbers, 85 percent of the action is on Miami -3.”

Green Bay Packers at New York Giants – Open: -1, 49, Move: -3, 51

This marquee matchup has been getting all kinds of attention from a betting perspective, but it’s not just the spread that has bettors excited about this one.

“Packers/Giants will be the biggest game of the week from a volume (action) perspective,” notes Perry. “The Giants are currently at the opening number of -2.5 here and the total has gone from 49 to 51.5. Around 80 percent of the action is on the Packers, but the over (90%) has also been a popular bet.”

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11/25/2012 10:58 AM

Big NFC Matchups Headline Week 12 In NFL On Sunday

Atlanta Falcons at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

NFL Betting Preview
Date: 11/25/2012 at 1:00 p.m. (ET)
Opening Lines: Pick'em, O/U 48
Television: FOX

Atlanta Falcons: The season's first meeting between the Falcons (9-1 straight-up, 6-4 against the spread) and the Bucs finds Atlanta holding a three-game advantage in the NFC South over Tampa Bay. Atlanta has failed to cover its last two games but is 4-1 SU and ATS on the road this season. The Falcons and Buccaneers split their matchups a year ago, each winning and covering at home.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: First-year head coach Greg Schiano has the Buccaneers (6-4 SU, 8-2 ATS) hitting on all cylinders as they ride a four-game winning streak on the field and at the window into this contest. "Over" bettors are also smiling with a string of seven straight above the total, directly contrasting with this series trend that has seen four of the last six clashes at Raymond James Stadium fail to reach the scoreboard figure.

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San Francisco 49ers at New Orleans Saints

NFL Betting Preview
Date: 11/25/2012 at 4:25 p.m. (ET)
Opening Lines: San Francisco -2, O/U 48½
Television: FOX

San Francisco 49ers: A rematch from last year's NFC Divisional Round in the playoffs, the Niners (7-2-1 SU, 6-4 ATS) come off a very impressive Monday night win over the Bears with second-string quarterback Colin Kaepernick making his first NFL start. Kaepernick was an efficient 16-of-23 for 243 yards and two scoring strikes in the 32-7 triumph, and the San Fran defense held Chicago to less than 150 yards. The "under" is 3-1 in 49ers road games this year.

New Orleans Saints: After starting 0-4, the Saints (5-5 SU, 6-4 ATS) have worked their way back into playoff contention with five wins in the last six games, covering each victory. The ground attack has picked up in recent weeks with at least 140 yards rushing in three consecutive wins. New Orleans has won six of the last seven vs. the 49ers in the Superdome, and seven of the last nine on this Big Easy turf have stayed "under."

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Green Bay Packers at New York Giants

NFL Betting Preview
Date: 11/25/2012 at 8:20 p.m. (ET)
Opening Lines: Giants -2½, O/U 49
Television: NBC

Green Bay Packers: This potential playoff preview finds the Pack (7-3 SU, 5-5 ATS) tied with the Bears at the top of the NFC North and riding a five-game winning streak. Green Bay is 4-1 ATS in the span, winning and covering three games on the road during the stretch. The Packers have also won their last four roadies vs. the G-Men, including a 38-35 triumph last December as 7-point road chalk.

New York Giants: The Giants (6-4 SU, 4-5-1 ATS) come off their bye week having lost the last two games prior to taking Week 11 off. New York QB Eli Manning took most of the heat for those setbacks, as he has gone three games without a TD pass while tossing four picks. The Giants have covered three of the last four in this series, including a 37-20 upset at Green Bay in the playoffs last January, and the last five meetings have all gone past the total.
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11/25/2012 11:31 AM

Las Vegas Sharps Report - NFLWeek 12
Three NFL games are in the books already, but sports bettors still have a lucky 13 more to study this weekend. Byes are a thing of the past now in the 2012 campaign. We’ll have 16 games per weekend through the end of the season. Let’s see how the Sharps (professional wagerers) are handling this week’s NFL market challenges.

OAKLAND AT CINCINNATI: Oddsmakers anticipated Sharp interest in fading Oakland, a tired, bad team whose defense has faded in recent weeks. Cincinnati opened a half point above a critical number at -7.5 and 48, before getting bet up to -8 and 49.5. Support for a team and an Over is usually tied to a soft opposing defense. This game is sitting right in the basic strategy teaser window. You can put the Bengals in two-teamers and move them below both the 7 and the 3 with the six-point teaser adjustment.

PITTSBURGH AT CLEVELAND:
Sharps are anticipating a tight defensive struggle here. Charlie Batch will replace the injured Byron Leftwich (who replaced the injured Ben Roethlisberger). Sharps look to prefer Batch to Leftwich. An opener of pick-em has been bet up to Pittsburgh -1 or -1.5. The opening total of 36 has been bet down to 34.5 though. That combo represents support for Pittsburgh’s defense against young Brandon Weeden on a field that’s seen low scoring games all season. If the line moves up to Pittsburgh -1.5 and -2 everywhere, that would put the home underdog Browns in the teaser window. You can bet them with a six point adjustment moving up past the 3 and the 7.

BUFFALO AT INDIANAPOLIS:
Not much Sharp interest in this game. Indy has been getting more media respect. But, Buffalo played well vs. Miami last week, while Indy’s soft defense makes it hard to trust them as a favorite. This game opened at Indy -3 on its home field and stayed there. The total has been bet down from 52 to 51.

DENVER AT KANSAS CITY:
Denver opened at -10, and was bet up to -10.5 even though there are old school Sharps who automatically bet double digit underdogs. The Broncos continue to get respect from Sharps under Peyton Manning. It’s telling that the Chiefs didn’t drop back to +10 after the move. Some traditionalists will still support the dog. Many Sharps believe Kansas City has its eye on the #1 draft pick.

TENNESSEE AT JACKSONVILLE: Tennessee drew support here at the opening line of -3. We’re now seeing -3.5 in many places. It takes a lot of money to move off a key number…though less in a game that the public is likely to ignore. Squares won’t have any interest here. Sharps believe Chad Henne is due for a letdown performance after his big game in Houston last week. That plus Jacksonville’s perceived lack of home field advantage is in play here. The Jags have been awful at home all season.

MINNESOTA AT CHICAGO:
No line at press time because Jay Cutler’s status is still up in the air. We can assure you that the Sharps who pounded Chicago last week on game day when Alex Smith was a late scratch for San Francisco have little interest in betting on Jason Campbell again if he gets the call for the Bears. The totals guys are looking Under if Campbell does get the start.

ATLANTA AT TAMPA BAY:
More interest here on the total than the team side. An opener of 48 has been bet up to 49.5 and 50. Tampa Bay’s defense has struggled often in recent action, but their offense continues to surprise. Atlanta opened at pick-em. We’re seeing pick-em or Atlanta -1 in most places. Sharps who were riding the Bucs early largely believe oddsmakers have now adjusted.

SEATTLE AT MIAMI:
Sharps respect Seattle, but they’re not comfortable laying points on the road when teams from the West play early games in the East. This line opened at Seattle -3 and stayed there. Sharps will be looking to bet Seattle in value spots down the stretch when they’re back home again.

BALTIMORE AT SAN DIEGO:
Baltimore opened at -2, but has been bet down to -1 or -1.5. Sharps see this as a tough schedule spot for the Ravens…who had to play a brutal rivalry game last Sunday Night in Pittsburgh, THEN travel to the West Coast. Sharps were looking at San Diego in two-team teasers too. We expect many stores to drop this game to one to keep it out of the teaser window on game day.

SAN FRANCISCO AT NEW ORLEANS: Support has come in on New Orleans, who opened at +2 but is down to +1. Our sources say that’s mostly because of improved play from the Saints in recent weeks, rather than a vote against new Niners quarterback Colin Kaepernick. Sharps saw a lot of Kaepernick when he played for Nevada in college. Those who were skeptical of him as a starter last week regretted it. Though, this is his first road start, and some Sharps do consider that a meaningful angle to attack.

ST. LOUIS AT ARIZONA:
Arizona opened at -3 despite their in flux quarterback situation. Sharps bet St. Louis fairly heavily, driving the line down to Rams +2 or +1.5. Sharps have had mixed success with St. Louis this season. Many lost on them vs. the Jets last week, but have won at other times. The Rams will be in the teaser window as a dog if the price doesn’t move any more.

GREEN BAY AT NY GIANTS:
The Giants opened at -2.5, as books anticipated Green Bay interest. Instead, Sharps hit the home team off a bye week (something they’ve been doing a lot of in recent weeks), driving the number up to a field goal. The total is up two points from 49 to 51…which tells you the weather is probably going to be nice in this much anticipated Sunday Night affair. Late November just isn’t what it used to be for guys who liked betting Unders in cold weather cities.

CAROLINA AT PHILADELPHIA:
Nick Foles has struggled badly in place of Michael Vick. So, Carolina opened as a road favorite here despite their poor record. Sharps bet the Panthers! An opener of -1 is up to -2.5. The places that moved to Carolina -3 did see Eagles money come in at that point. Philadelphia will be in the teaser window if the line stays below three. Looks like there will be a lot of teaser options for round robins this weekend. Of course, many Sharps start off a NEW week with Monday Night teasers that they leave open-ended until the following week’s likes come out. It will be interesting to see how the public bets this game on Monday. Squares love betting Monday Night football, but they’ll have to decide which slumping squad they’ll want to support.

We may have another report on Monday for that Carolina/Philadelphia game if game-day news warrants it. That happened last week with Chicago-San Francisco. For now, Sharps prefer Carolina from -1 to -2, but Philadelphia if they see a +3 because of the percentages involved at that key number.

In the meantime, have a great weekend
Good Luck Den!

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11/25/2012 11:35 AM

AS OF 8:30 AM Pacific

NFL Consensus Picks


November 25, 2012 »

Sides (ATS)

Time Away Line Picks Pct Home Line Picks Pct Detail Odds

1:00 PM Buffalo +2 1228 30.81% Indianapolis -2 2758 69.19% View View

4:25 PM San Francisco -1 1236 38.52% New Orleans +1 1973 61.48% View View

4:25 PM St. Louis +1 1461 39.20% Arizona -1 2266 60.80% View View

1:00 PM Minnesota +6 193 51.19% Chicago -6 184 48.81% View View

1:00 PM Oakland +9.5 2171 57.75% Cincinnati -9.5 1588 42.25% View View

1:00 PM Tennessee -3.5 2214 58.45% Jacksonville +3.5 1574 41.55% View View

1:00 PM Pittsburgh -1 1865 59.17% Cleveland +1 1287 40.83% View View

8:20 PM Green Bay +2.5 2407 61.81% N.Y. Giants -2.5 1487 38.19% View View

1:00 PM Atlanta -1 2533 62.44% Tampa Bay +1 1524 37.56% View View

4:05 PM Baltimore +1 2464 63.51% San Diego -1 1416 36.49% View View

1:00 PM Seattle -3 2509 63.71% Miami +3 1429 36.29% View View

1:00 PM Denver -10 2615 68.13% Kansas City +10 1223 31.87% View View

Totals (Over/Under)

Time Away Total Home Over Pct Under Pct Detail Odds

1:00 PM Seattle 38 Miami 1082 44.04% 1375 55.96% View View

4:25 PM St. Louis 36.5 Arizona 1134 46.63% 1298 53.37% View View

1:00 PM Pittsburgh 34.5 Cleveland 918 47.49% 1015 52.51% View View

1:00 PM Oakland 50.5 Cincinnati 1222 48.13% 1317 51.87% View View

4:05 PM Baltimore 47 San Diego 1215 51.35% 1151 48.65% View View

1:00 PM Minnesota 38.5 Chicago 140 54.69% 116 45.31% View View

1:00 PM Tennessee 44.5 Jacksonville 1464 59.32% 1004 40.68% View View

1:00 PM Buffalo 51 Indianapolis 1569 59.84% 1053 40.16% View View

1:00 PM Atlanta 52 Tampa Bay 1615 62.62% 964 37.38% View View

1:00 PM Denver 43 Kansas City 1572 63.49% 904 36.51% View View

4:25 PM San Francisco 50 New Orleans 1343 68.17% 627 31.83% View View

8:20 PM Green Bay 51 N.Y. Giants 1830 69.87% 789 30.13% View View

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11/25/2012 12:34 PM

Sunday, November 25

Game Score Status Pick Amount

Oakland - 1:00 PM ET Oakland +9.5 500
Cincinnati - Under 50.5 500

Pittsburgh - 1:00 PM ET Cleveland +1 500
Cleveland - Under 34 500

Buffalo - 1:00 PM ET Buffalo +2 500
Indianapolis - Over 50.5 500

Tennessee - 1:00 PM ET Tennessee -3.5 500
Jacksonville - Over 44.5 500

Denver - 1:00 PM ET Kansas City +10.5 500
Kansas City - Under 43 500

Minnesota - 1:00 PM ET Minnesota +6.5 500
Chicago - Under 38.5 500

Atlanta - 1:00 PM ET Atlanta -1 500 ( POD )
Tampa Bay - Under 51.5 500

Seattle - 1:00 PM ET Miami +3 500
Miami - Over 38 500

Baltimore - 4:05 PM ET San Diego -1 500
San Diego - Over 47 500

San Francisco - 4:25 PM ET San Francisco -1 500 ( LATE POD )
New Orleans - Over 50 500

St. Louis - 4:25 PM ET St. Louis +1 500
Arizona - Under 36 500

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11/25/2012 12:38 PM

NFL Consensus Picks

November 25, 2012 »

Sides (ATS)

Time Away Line Picks Pct Home Line Picks Pct Detail Odds

1:00 PM Buffalo +2 1327 30.74% Indianapolis -2 2990 69.26% View View

4:25 PM San Francisco -1 1360 38.49% New Orleans +1 2173 61.51% View View

4:25 PM St. Louis +1 1581 39.49% Arizona -1 2423 60.51% View View

1:00 PM Minnesota +6.5 440 50.93% Chicago -6.5 424 49.07% View View

1:00 PM Oakland +9.5 2360 57.91% Cincinnati -9.5 1715 42.09% View View

1:00 PM Tennessee -3.5 2391 58.27% Jacksonville +3.5 1712 41.73% View View

1:00 PM Pittsburgh -1 2072 59.23% Cleveland +1 1426 40.77% View View

8:20 PM Green Bay +2.5 2575 61.68% N.Y. Giants -2.5 1600 38.32% View View

1:00 PM Atlanta -1 2710 61.84% Tampa Bay +1 1672 38.16% View View

4:05 PM Baltimore +1 2628 62.86% San Diego -1 1553 37.14% View View

1:00 PM Seattle -3 2690 63.23% Miami +3 1564 36.77% View View

1:00 PM Denver -10.5 2821 68.01% Kansas City +10.5 1327 31.99% View View

Totals (Over/Under)

Time Away Total Home Over Pct Under Pct Detail Odds

1:00 PM Seattle 38 Miami 1146 43.39% 1495 56.61% View View

4:25 PM St. Louis 36 Arizona 1214 46.64% 1389 53.36% View View

1:00 PM Pittsburgh 34 Cleveland 1012 46.77% 1152 53.23% View View

1:00 PM Oakland 50.5 Cincinnati 1336 48.53% 1417 51.47% View View

4:05 PM Baltimore 47 San Diego 1321 52.05% 1217 47.95% View View

1:00 PM Minnesota 38.5 Chicago 299 52.36% 272 47.64% View View

1:00 PM Tennessee 44.5 Jacksonville 1575 59.32% 1080 40.68% View View

1:00 PM Buffalo 50.5 Indianapolis 1716 60.44% 1123 39.56% View View

1:00 PM Atlanta 51.5 Tampa Bay 1753 62.72% 1042 37.28% View View

1:00 PM Denver 43 Kansas City 1706 63.85% 966 36.15% View View

4:25 PM San Francisco 50 New Orleans 1477 67.91% 698 32.09% View View

8:20 PM Green Bay 51 N.Y. Giants 1962 70.27% 830 29.73% View

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11/26/2012 07:42 PM

Monday, November 26

Game Score Status Pick Amount

Carolina - 8:30 PM ET Carolina -2.5 500

Philadelphia - Under 40.5 500

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11/26/2012 07:43 PM

NFL

Monday, November 26

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Monday Night Football: Panthers at Eagles
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Carolina Panthers at Philadelphia Eagles (2.5, 40.5)

Two teams with lofty aspirations at the onset of the season will meet on Monday night with little on the line - aside from the potential employment of their respective head coaches. The Philadelphia Eagles will look to snap their six-game losing skid when they welcome the Carolina Panthers to the City of Brotherly Love. Long-time coach Andy Reid has been taken to task in the local newspapers and sports talk shows after the Eagles went through the motions in a 31-6 loss to NFC East-rival Washington on Sunday.

Carolina squandered an 11-point lead with five minutes remaining in regulation en route to a 27-21 overtime loss to NFC South rival Tampa Bay. The loss prompted many in the local media to pepper coach Ron Rivera with questions about his job security. With former general manager Marty Hurney getting the boot earlier in the season, Rivera will likely need a strong finish to improve his standing.

TV: 8:30 p.m. ET, ESPN.

LINE: Panthers -2.5 O/U: 40.5

WEATHER: Forecasts are calling for temperatures in the high-30s with partly cloudy skies. Winds will blow out of the west at 5 mph.

ABOUT THE PANTHERS (2-8): Cam Newton has come under fire during his sophomore season - both for his performance and his perceived indifference to it all. The former Heisman Trophy winner is struggling, but could find the waters smooth against a battered Eagles pass defense. Newton has formed a nice bond with tight end Greg Olsen, who has scored in two of his last three games versus Philadelphia.

ABOUT THE EAGLES (3-7): With the outcome of last Sunday's game no longer in doubt, LeSean McCoy carried the ball in the waning moments and suffered a concussion that could sideline him versus the Panthers. McCoy and quarterback Michael Vick have yet to practice this week and will likely watch rookies Bryce Brown and Nick Foles continue in their place. Foles tossed interceptions on his first two possessions versus Washington and the game quickly unraveled.

TRENDS:

* Over is 6-1-1 in Eagles’ last eight home games.
* Over is 4-1-1 in Eagles' last six Monday games.
* Panthers are 1-4 ATS in their last five meetings.
* Eagles are 0-5 ATS in their last five games overall.

EXTRA POINTS:

1. Rivera was a linebackers coach under Reid in Philadelphia from 1999-2003. In addition, Carolina defensive coordinator Sean McDermott held the same post with the Eagles after Jim Johnson passed away in 2009.

2. Philadelphia has defeated Carolina in three straight since falling to the Panthers in the 2004 NFC Championship game.

3. Should McCoy sit out, Brown would make his first start since his senior year in high school.


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11/26/2012 07:45 PM

NFL

Monday, November 26

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Tale of the tape: Panthers at Eagles
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Offense

Cam Newton has come under fire during his sophomore season - both for his performance and his perceived indifference to it all. The former Heisman Trophy winner is struggling, but could find the waters smooth against a battered Eagles pass defense. Newton has formed a nice bond with tight end Greg Olsen, who has scored in two of his last three games versus Philadelphia. The Panthers are an uncharacteristic 16th in rushing yardage after racking up more yards on the ground than any team in the NFL since 2008.

With the outcome of last Sunday's game no longer in doubt, LeSean McCoy carried the ball in the waning moments and suffered a concussion that will sideline him versus the Panthers. McCoy and quarterback Michael Vick (concussion) will watch rookies Bryce Brown and Nick Foles continue in their place. Foles tossed interceptions on his first two possessions versus Washington and the game quickly unraveled after that. In addition, wide receiver Jason Avant (strained hamstring) and running back Chris Polk (sprained toe) also will not play against the Panthers.

Edge: Panthers


Defense

Panthers DE Greg Hardy, who has seven sacks this season, is dealing with an undisclosed illness and is considered questionable. Linebacker Jordan Senn is doubtful with an ankle injury for a stop unit that ranks in the middle of the pack in most defensive categories.

The Eagles' pass defense has surrendered 11 touchdown passes and hasn’t recorded an interception over the past four weeks. Opposing QBs have rung up a gaudy 143.6 passer rating against Philadelphia over that span.

Edge: Panthers


Special teams

After firing special teams coach Brian Murphy and replacing him with Richard Rodgers, the Panthers’ special teams struggled again Sunday in the loss to Tampa Bay. The unit failed on a fake punt attempt, and Captain Munnerlyn lost a fumble on a punt return in the contest. After making his first seven attempts this season, including a 5-for-5 performance at Chicago, kicker Justin Medlock has missed his last three field-goal attempts.

The Eagles don't have a kickoff return longer than 31 yards or a punt return longer than 20 yards this season. Punter Mat McBriar is tied for fifth in the league in with a 48.5-yard gross average, but the special teams unit as a whole has been downright awful in Philadelphia and it doesn’t look like things will improve this season.

Edge: Tie. Both teams are equally as bad.


Word on the street

“A lot of the players on defense have been turned over since I left, so I won’t have as great a feel for their defensive personnel as I would have. But as far as a general feel for what the atmosphere is going to be like and what they like to do, yes.” – Panthers defensive coordinator Sean McDermott after being asked if his previous experience serving on the Philadelphia coaching staff will give his defense an advantage Monday night.

“These guys are all competitors and that’s one of the inherent problems with concussion management — they want to play. They know the consequences and everything, but they want to play. We know he’s anxious to go out there and play but we have to be careful with these guys.” – Eagles trainer Rick Burkholder on Michael Vick’s concussion.


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