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Sport/League: Football NFL
Gametime: Sun Sep 21 2014 10:00 am
San Diego Chargers @ Buffalo Bills
Take: San Diego Chargers
NFL Sunday Free Play Tony George Sports Chargers @ Buffalo I am holding the horses on Buffalo, as they have not started out 3-0 since 1992 and not sure the Chargers are a push over just because they won a huge game last week and they have to travel across thew country. The Buffalo offense only had 1 TD last week in that win over the Dolphins, and the coaching edge surely goes to the Bolts, I love their head coach. No doubt the running game goes to the Bills, but you did not see Lynch from Seattle have a huge day last week and QB Rivers is vastly better than Manuel here. One thing about Philip Rivers is with his veteran knowledge, he knows how to get rid of the ball in a hurry when he needs to and that does counter the good pass rush that Buffalo has. Looks to easy to take the Bills at home against a team who is off a huge upset win against the Super Bowl Champs and they have to travel and play early in the day with a 3 zone time change. The Chargers blew the Monday Night Football opener but I can assure you the Chargers are a good football team, with numerous weapons and they have played some very solid defense as well, and are extremely well coached. Take the Chargers +2.5 point here.
- Ross' Saturday Free NCAA Football Winner -
Sport/League: Football NCAAF
Gametime: Sat Sep 20 2014 9:00 am
Bowling Green Falcons @ Wisconsin Badgers
Take: Wisconsin Badgers
Bowling Green @ Wisconsin 12:00 ET Game# 325-326 Play On: Wisconsin -26.5 Ordinarily my golden rule of thumb is to never lay more than 21.0 points with a college football favorite. However, there's overwhelming technical handicapping evidence supporting this selection, and it just made it too difficult to ignore. The keys to both of these systems is that the Wisconsin Badgers are coming off a week of rest, and the Bowling Green Falcons are coming off a 45-42 home win over Indiana last Saturday. Besides the technical data, Bowling Green went from being 15th nationally in scoring defense in 2013, to allowing an average of 35.7 points, and 567.3 yards per contest in their first 3-games in 2014. That also includes a game against a FCS opponent in VMI who were able to amass 418 yards of total offense versus the Falcons defense. The Falcons will have to contend with a very potent Badgers running game that compiled a shocking 268-yards rushing versus an excellent LSU defense in their season opener. Through the first 2-games the Badgers are averaging 5.6 yards per rush, and allowing opponents a paltry 2.3 yards per rushing attempt. Any home favorite of 21.5 to 32.5 that’s coming off a week of rest, has gone 51-14-1 ATS (78.6%) since the start of the 2005 season. Any home favorite of 21.5 or more, versus an opponent that's coming off a straight up win in which they allowed 32-points or more, has gone 36-12 ATS (75%) since 1986. In case you’re keeping score at home, the favorite has won all 48 of these game straight up.