It is Thursday and with the books opening up week 4 betting lines on Sunday night, we have had a chance to see some early line movement thus far. Professionals and semi-sharp bettors already have bet up a couple road favorites pushing the Indianapolis Colts to -9 (opened 7.5) against the New York Jets and the Dallas Cowboys to -9 Â½ (opened -7) against the Tennessee Titans.
CRIS and Pinnacle opened up a couple other road favorites around the much important key number of 3 this week including the San Diego Chargers -2.5 over the Baltimore Ravens, the Cleveland Browns -3 against the Oakland Raiders and finally the Jacksonville Jaguars are 2.5 point favorites over the Skins.
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For the first time in over 40 years the Scarlet Knights of Rutgers are ranked in the top 30 at number 23. The Knights have won their first four in-a-row, including the season opener against the University of North Carolina.
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Fresh off a wallet stuffing 4-1 Sunday with our members nfl picks, Maddux Sports has released its Monday Night Football members pick and also a free preview of tonights game with a free play included below.
After being destroyed by the massive power of Hurricane Katrina, the Louisiana Superdome will once again be reopen tonight to a sold out capacity of fired up Saint fanatics as the New Orleans Saints host their division rival Atlanta Falcons in the first game since Hurricane Katrina raveled the city.
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The MLB playoffs are around the corner, and itâ€™s that time when the answer to the questionâ€”â€œWhat does it take to win the World Series? Pitching, pitching and pitching.â€œ becomes the mantra of all contenders. Big hits are important but mainly because against great, strong, consistent pitching, they are so rare. So what are the important ingredients that make a team loaded for bear and what things indicate that a club is about to be eaten by the bear?
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Yesterday, Florida State announced that defensive tackle Marcus Thomas was suspended indefinitely for his second violation of the school’s substance abuse policy. That means that number five Florida will be without their top pass rusher this weekend. Continue reading “Florida’s Best Pass Rusher Suspended”
Monday night, September 18, 2006, was a night of firsts. It was the first time a defending Super Bowl champ was shut out. It was also the only time less than a total of 10 points were scored in a Monday Night football game, making the 9 zip tally the lowest score ever on that program. It was also the first time a NFL football playerâ€”namely Big Ben Roethlisberger– came back to play only 15 days after undergoing an appendectomy.
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With about 11 games left in the season, the Yanks have taken the East and the Aâ€™s are about to take the West. It all comes down to the Central to see which will be the final 2 teams in the 2006 AL playoffs.
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Although the Falcons are 2-0 in the young NFL season, theyâ€™ve had one glaring problemâ€”field goal kicking. Today they signed 46 year-old veteran Morten Anderson to replace second-year kicker Michael Koenen, who has made only 2 of 8 attempts this season.
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With a few weeks and about 12 games left in the baseball season, the playoff picture in the NL is slowly coming into focus. What we pretty much can ascertain about the Senior Circuit is that the Mets will take the East and the Cards the Central. The West is a battle between three teams. The Dodgers, who are back in first place, the Padres, who are .5 games out and the Giants, behind by 4.5 games.
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Hereâ€™s a look at how the 7 games between 14 ranked teams shook out. There were certainly surprises and there has been a realignment, as had been expected, of the top 25.
Continue reading “The Aftermath of College Football’s Fourth Week”