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On 12/24/2011 02:00 AM in Cappers

Joe D'Amico's NFL Free Winner

St. Louis vs. Pittsburgh, 12/24/2011 13:00
Point Spread: -12/-107 Pittsburgh

MY NFL IS ON-FIRE, WINNING 3 STRAIGHT AND & 7 OF MY L10. This Saturday will be my best NFL day this year. I am releasing my coveted HIGH ROLLER WINNER, NFL TOTAL OF THE MONTH, and my 80% BEST BET. I also have a HUGE WINNER for you in the Aloha Bowl. Follow me this Saturday and finish off your year with a HUGE PROFIT.

Today's FREE NFL WINNER is Pittsburgh over St. Louis.

As of print, Ben Roethlisberger is most-likely not going to see any action here. It doesn't matter. At 10-4, the Steelers are tied with the Ravens in the AFC North. They have all the motivation in the world to win this one because Baltimore owns the tie-breaker. So Pitt needs to win out. Winning out can not just give Pittsburgh the Division, but possibly the best record in the AFC. The Steelers possess the 2nd ranked "D" in the NFL, allowing just 15.6 PPG. they are #1 against the pass (179.6 YPG) and #1 in total yards allowed (276.9). LB, James Harrison is due back from suspension. Without Big Ben at the helm, the offense will keep the ball on the ground against the Rams 32nd ranked defense against the run. St. Louis gives up 153.4 YPG to the rush. Sam Bradford is shut down for the season, giving Kellen Clemens the start. The depleted OL of St. Louis has given up 49 sacks so far this season. The Pitt "D" will leave little to chance here. The Rams dropped 5 in a row SU, going 0-4-1 ATS, losing by an average of 14.0 PPG. After the Monday Night loss to San Francisco, Pittsburgh needs the win and needs to make a statement to the rest of the NFL here. The Rams are 1-8 ATS their L9 games played on the road, 3-14 ATS their L17 games played as a 'dog of 10 1/2 or more points, and 5-15-1 ATS their L21 games played overall. The Steelers are 7-3 ATS their L10 games played at home, 9-2 ATS their L11 games played following an ATS loss, and 7-0 ATS their L7 following a SU loss. Take Pittsburgh. Thank you.

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