Posted Monday, December 15, 2014 07:02 PM
Posted Monday, November 24, 2014 03:54 PM
How can anyone justify the Saints giving points on the road? I know the Bears are not a great team, but by no standard are the Saints any good.
Both teams have terrible defenses, but the Bears can at least get at the quarterback, something the Saints cannot do. And although the Saints and Bears have both given up a ton of points, at least the Bears have given up there big amounts to good offenses.
It's well known about the Bears locker room and off the field issues, but the Saints are having the same problems. The Saints issues are not as highly publicized but the head coach and DC are not on the same page. Whether it's what the play call is or if someone is starting or not, Payton and Ryan are not close.
The Bears OC called out Cutler and then cried about it... For some strange reason I think the offense rallies around each other and just plays. The Bears will play spoiler and beat the Saints tonight.
BEARS and the OVER
Posted Monday, November 24, 2014 02:21 PM
Are the Saints the team that dismantled the Packers? Or are the Saints the team that has 1 win against a winning team?
A lot of people seem very confident that the Saints will beating the Ravens tonight and I'm not saying they are wrong, but where is this confidence coming from?
I get that it's a primetime game and the Saints are home, but is that the only reason they are getting all this backing? The Saints have a bad defense, not much in the running game, and are injured at just about every position on the field.
Is it just me or is everyone drinking the ESPN kool aid?
The Ravens are not a bad team and are coming off a bye, while the Saints have lost 2 straight at home... I'd like to hear some logic in the aggressive Saints backing besides "the Saints won't lose 3 in a row at home".
To me this is a toss up, what am I missing?
Posted Tuesday, October 07, 2014 06:49 PM
Last time the Jets played the Bills, they turned the ball over 6 times and lost by 20. This game won't resemble that gamelan any way.
For starters, Geno Smith was the QB... And when it was time for Vick to come in, he clearly wasn't ready as he alluded to after the game. Not only did the Jets turn the ball over 6 times, they gave the Bills the ball in Jet territory 7 times. The Bills then scored 23 points on the short field.
Before that game the Jets had just played the Patriot extremely tough and probably weren't so focused on the Bills. That again won't be the case as they are coming off a bye and will play with pride to avenge their brutal loss 3 weeks ago.
That's just some of the points as to why the Jets win big, not to mention the nightmare the Bills are going through right now. Having to jump through hoops to just get to the game, let alone worry about their families with all this snow. It will be extremely difficult for the Bills to overcome this major distraction of travel, family issues, and not being able to practice all week.
On the other hand, the Jets are rested coming off a bye and will take no mercy in beating the Bills this week. As much as the fans don't like Rex Ryan, the players will be playing for him, even though he will most likely be fired at the end of the year.
Their is nothing logical that points to the Bills winning this game. If you have anything contrary to the Jets beating the Bills I seriously would like to hear because maybe I'm missing something.... Highly doubtful.
Jets roll tonight, this to be is the play of the year so far
TAKE THE JETS MONEY-LINE
Posted Tuesday, October 07, 2014 01:37 PM
Gio Gonzalez - Tonights Giants lineup batting .170 against.
Ryan Vogelsong - Tonights Nationals lineup batting .322 against.
Vogelsong hasn't been the best pitcher this year, but he hasn't exactly been terrible either, especially at home.
In 16 starts at home Vogelsong has given up 4 or more runs 5 times in 16 starts. By comparison here are the numbers for Giants pitchers at home that have given up 4 or more runs at home this year....
Vogelsong - 16 starts/4 times 4 or more runs
Bumgarner - 16 starts/8 times 4 or more runs
Tim Hudson - 14 starts/5 times 4 or more runs
All of the games this series have gone under the total, while the pitchers have had these numbers at home during the regualr season. I'm more inclined to go with Vogelsong's postseason record... 24.2 innings having given up only 3 runs. 3-0 record while his team is 4-0. Postseason at home 2-0 14 innings and 2 runs.
With Gonzalez pitching well and Vogelsong having pitched well in the postseason, granted in 2012, the trend should continue... UNDER
Majority of people here are claiming that the public is all over the Dodgers and that's the reason the line is dropping....
Talk about trying to justify a Cardinals bet... This is a public forum on a betting website. If there was ever a place to get a public feel, it's here.
Don't get me wrong there are some good players here. But if everyone is claiming what the "public" is up to, where is the real "public"???
Man, people have short memories... Kershaw was the best player in baseball this year, but has ONE bad game and everyone looking to bury him.
Don't fool yourselves this line is going down becasue you're all taking the Cardinals.
The strike zone was wildly inconsistent last night and everyone knows it. That doesn't bode well for Shelby Miller who has walked 73 batters this season.
I'll wait an hour before the game to take the Dodgers while everyone pounds the Cardinals in the meantime....