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All Unit Rated NFL Playoff Games Including...
200-Unit Play On College Championship Game
100-Unit Divisional Playoff Game Of The Year
100-Unit Conference Championship Game Of Year
300-Unit Play On Super Bowl
All 25-Unit Chairman’s Club NBA Games
Sound Impressive… Maybe Too Ambitious?
Maybe For Most Handicappers But Not For Me
I Closed Out NFL Regular Season With 5-0 Record In 100-Unit Games
I Closed Out The Bowls On A 7-0 Run, Including 200-Unit Game Of Year Winner
My Chairman’s Club Is 13-3 With Its Last 16 15-Unit NBA Releases
There is not a soul in the country who can say he has hit 100% of his last 100-Unit NFL plays, closed out the college bowl games with 100% winners with his last seven games and even more impressively can anyone boast they are hit 81% winners over an 18-day span in the always challenging NBA.
But I have done just that and intend to keep right on winning in football and basketball.
Please join me for the run to the Super Bowl on February on Sunday with a month of winning action at the highest level of the game. I have put together a special package that has more than 1,000 units of Big Game plays that if sold on an individual basis would cost you more than $600.
One of the nicest things about this package is the fact you can get it all and win it all for just $175
I will leave it right there and let my records (listed below) do the rest of the talking.
Closed Out NFL Regular Season Perfect 5-0 Record With 100-Unit Winners Over Last Four Weeks
1/1… 100 Units… Chiefs (-4½) 37, Chargers 27 (Won)
12/24… 100 Units… Raiders (-3½) 33, Colts 25 (Won)
12/18… 100 Units… Raiders (-2½) 19, Chargers 16 (Won)
12/11… 100 Units… Redskins (-2) 27, Eagles 22 (Won)
12/5… 100 Units… Packers (-6½) 21, Texans 13 (Won)
Closed Out Bowl Season Perfect 7-0
Including Underdog Clemson’s 31-0 Upset Of Ohio State In 200-Unit Game Of The Year
1/2… 100 Units… Penn State (+7) 49, Southern California 52 (Won)
1/2… 15 Units… Florida (-1) 30, Iowa 3 (Won)
1/2… 10 Units… Western Michigan (+9½) 16, Wisconsin 24 (Won)
12/31… 200 Units… Clemson (+2½) 31, Ohio State 0 (Won)
12/30… 50 Units… Tennessee (-9) 38, Nebraska 24 (Won)
12/30… 15 Units… Florida State (+7) 33, Michigan 32 (Won)
12/30… 10 Units… Georgia (+3) 31, TCU 23 (Won)
Chairman’s Club On 13-3 Run… 81% Winners With Its 25-Unit NBA Plays
1/2… Nuggets (+15½) 119, Warriors 127 (Won)
1/1… Pacers (-6) 117, Magic 104 (Won)
12/31… Jazz (-11) 91, Suns 86 (Lost)
12/30… Hawks (-2½) 105, Pistons 98 (Won)
12/29… Hornets (-6) 91, Heat 82 (Won)
12/28… Wizards (-4) 111, Pacers 105 (Won)
12/26… Raptors (-8) 95, Trail Blazers 91 (Lost)
12/25… Thunder (-4) 112, Timberwolves 100 (Won)
12/23… Spurs (-2) 110, Trail Blazers 90 (Won)
12/22… Wichita State (-21½) 89, South Dakota State 67 (Won)
12/21… Pelicans (+2) 110, Thunder 121 (Lost)
12/20… Kings (+1) 126, Trail Blazers (Won)
12/19… Timberwolves (-6) 115, Suns 108 (Won)
12/18… Celtics (-4) 105, Heat 95 (Won)
12/17… Thunder (-6½) 114, Suns 101 (Won)
12/16… Spurs (-8) 107, Suns 92 (Won)
12/15… Grizzlies (-6½) 93, Cavaliers 85 Won)
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Sunday Divisional Playoff Previews
Kelso wins his 7th straight 100-Unit NFL Play on Saturday with the Falcons (-6) over the Seahawks 36-20!
Another 100-Unit NFL Play goes Sunday!
THE NFL DIVISIONAL PLAYOFFS – SUNDAY’S SHOWDOWNSThe NFL Playoffs are all about a day like Sunday: Two monster showdowns, four “name teams” and – we would expect – a whole lotta drama:AFC DIVISIONAL PLAYOFF
The National Championship Chances Of West Virginia Basketball
West Virginia basketball made the big splash this week, when the crushed then-undefeated and #1-ranked Baylor 89-68 on Tuesday. After a narrow 74-72 escape over Texas on Saturday, the Mountaineers stand ready to rise in the polls where they’re already ranked 10th. And it’s time to put them squarely in the discussion with fellow Big 12 contenders Baylor and Kansas when it comes to talking about national championship possibilities.
The Mountaineers don’t have that individual star that jumps out at you. Esa Ahmad is the leading scorer and he gets 12 per game. Nathan Adrian is the top rebounder and he pulls down seven a night. Jevon Carter is the playmaker and he averages five assists. There’s nothing wrong with any of these numbers and certainly not any of the players, but they’re not lighting up a highlight reel.
What West Virginia does have its depth, defense, efficiency and good coaching. Bob Huggins has taught defense well over the course of his career and this team is no different, ranking fourth in the nation in defensive efficiency. The Mountaineers are especially adept at forcing turnovers—they forced Baylor into an astonishing 29 on Tuesday night. And a good December win at Virginia was also keyed by defensive pressure.
Huggins’ team handles not having a superstar with excellent depth. Only four West Virginia players average over twenty minutes per game and none average more than thirty. Foul trouble on a particular player is less likely to give them problems than most other teams, a significant advantage in the one-and-done chaos of the NCAA Tournament.
What’s perhaps most out of character for this team is how efficient they are on the offensive end. The four players who get the most minutes—Carter, Adrian, Ahmad and Tarik Phillips—all shoot over 50 percent from the floor. The Mountaineers are a top-five team nationally on offense, to go along with their defense.
There have been hiccups this season, most notably a 77-76 overtime loss at Texas Tech that really can’t be justified if you’re talking about a team in national championship terms. At this point it still seems reasonable to write it off as just as a bad Tuesday night in January when WVA didn’t bring their normal defensive effort, allowing 51 percent shooting to the Red Raiders. Every team is allowed one of these, but keep an eye on West Virginia to see if lack of focus in non-marquee games becomes a pattern.
The good reasons to like West Virginia are clearly there, and if they can win a home game with Kansas on January 24, those reasons will only grow. There is one problem though, and it has nothing to do with the lack of a star individual player.
That problem is that Las Vegas already seems to have priced the Mountaineers fairly accurately. Their championship odds are 28-1, a bit better than Virginia and in the same neighborhood as Indiana and Wisconsin. That seems about right and the fact West Virginia’s ATS record is 7-5 seems to further indicate the market has a good read on them.
There’s still moneymaking opportunities betting West Virginia. They’re ability to play high (against Baylor) and go low (against Texas Tech) just means that we’ll have to do our homework and target our spots for the most lucrative situations.Notice: Undefined offset: 1 in /var/www/kelsosportshandicapping.com/www/public/index.html.php on line 62 Notice: Undefined offset: 2 in /var/www/kelsosportshandicapping.com/www/public/index.html.php on line 62 Notice: Undefined offset: 3 in /var/www/kelsosportshandicapping.com/www/public/index.html.php on line 62
PK Boswell the fourth Killer B for Steelers
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- There were once only three Killer B's as fans of the Pittsburgh Steelers like to call their offensive trio of Ben Roethlisberger, Le'Veon Bell and Antonio Brown. But there was a fourth Killer B added Sunday night in the Steelers' 18-16 victory over Kansas City in an AFC divisional round game at Arrowhead Stadium.
Vanderbilt LB Cunningham declares for NFL draft
Vanderbilt linebacker Zach Cunningham confirmed Sunday that he is bypassing his senior season and declaring for the NFL draft, the school announced.