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Monday, December 9, 2013

Today's Line - NFL...Crushed It!

My fellow degenerates, it finally happened. I had a winning day in the NFL thanks to the two craziest endings in recent NFL history. The breaks finally went my way and I can't tell you how many times I've been on the wrong side of wacky stuff like the end of the Ravens and Pats games. What can I say...when you're living right...you're living right. It's good to be 5-1 and that makes 5 days of 50% or better. So let's keep it going!

A note about the record on the left. I went back and double checked what my record was since Inception on September 26th 2013 My lifetime record was 1169-962. I've subtracted this from my current lifetime record and got 269-219. With that I'm at 55.1%, a huge accomplishment and I believe 60% is a very real possibility.

So Let's Get 60!


Yesterday51183.3%
Last Week3418265.4%
Last Month157123756.1%
Last 90 Days274222855.2%
Last Year5304801752.5%
Lifetime143811815854.9%


NFL:


Dallas (-107) @ Chicago: I'm shocked that Dallas is only a one point favorite here; so I went with the ML. With Sean Lee back at LB for Dallas and McCowen starting at QB for the Bears, Dallas easily wins the turnover battle and the game.

NBA:

Warriors (-5.5) @ Bobcats: The Bobcats have not been winning consistently and when they do win they are not beating quality teams. The Warriors will be able to get a few more possessions and we all know those possessions can turn into three's for the Splash Brothers. Those extra three's will be the difference here.

Nuggets (-119) @ Wizards: No doubt this game will be close but Denver is the better team and have shown they can win on the road. The difference here will be offensive rebounds; Denver is averaging 4 more than Washington. This will give the Nuggets just enough of an edge to escape with a win.

Magic (+9.5) @ Griz: We all know how awful Memphis is at home, and the Magic can put up points averaging 98 points per game to Memphis' 93. Golden State showed everyone how to beat the Griz and I see Orlando doing the same by taking advantage of the few more possessions it should have and keeping the game close for the cover.

Blazers (-297) @ Jazz: The Jazz have shown they can play with anyone by beating Houston last week. But let's be honest 4-18 is still 4-18. The difference here will be the Blazer's ability to knock down the three averaging 43% from downtown and of course Marcus Aldridge...does anyone have an answer for him? Derrick Favors won't. Blazers win on the road.

Good Luck All!

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