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Kelso Two Marquee College Games Top 4-0 Saturday
Saturday’s Schedule Presents College Basketball At Its Best An I Am Wading Right In With Four Games - Two Of Them As Big As It Gets
1--22 Kelso 100-Unit NFL Conference Championship Sunday
I Don’t Know Whether It’s A Record But I Have Not Lost A 100-Unit Bet In The NFL In December And January And Intend To Win My 9th Straight Sunday
Kelso 50-Unit Sunday Basketball Winner
Going For 5th Straight 50-Unit Basketball Winner Sunday. Bookmakers Keep Making Pointspread Mistakes And I Just Keep Burying Them With Their Soft Numbers
Kelso Georgetown-Xavier TV Battle Keys 3-0 Sunday
Neither Georgetown (10-9) Nor Xavier (13-5) Are Having The Seasons They Thought They Would And Are Looking For Redemption Today

HOME PAGE 1/20/2017 by Kelso Sturgeon

9th Straight 100-Unit NFL Winner, 100-Unit Basketball Winner

 

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Going For 9th Straight 100-Unit NFL Winner Sunday
I Have Not Lost 10-Unit NFL Play In Last Two Months

100-Unit Bounce-Back College Game Of Month Set To Absolutely Crush Number Saturday

Bettors Wary Of Betting Against New England But Can Pats Stop Steelers RB Le'Veon Bell?

Packers Need To Slow Falcons Nightmare Offense If They Are To Advance To Super Bowl

By Kelso Sturgeon

Most football handicappers will rightfully proclaim it is impossible to win eight straight 100-unit plays over a two month period but I head into this weekend's conference championship games having done just that. In other words, I have released eight 100-unit bets (my average play is 15 units) in December and January - and have won them all.

I will be in action again Sunday and will be going for my 9th consecutive 100-unit NFL winner, releasing one of the two games at that level. And from there it will be on to the Super Bowl where I will be releasing my first 500-unit bet ever - 300 units on the side, 100 units on the total and a 100-unit side/total parlay.

Contributed Articles 1/20/2017 by Kelso Sturgeon

What The Film Says About NFL Championship Sunday

 

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Championship Sunday is almost here. We know about the big storylines—Aaron Rodgers looking to secure his legacy with a second Super Bowl appearance, with Matt Ryan trying to build a legacy by getting there for the first time. Or two great organizations in the Steelers and Patriots, with a couple future Hall of Fame quarterbacks looking to get yet another ring.

Those stories and a few more are in the media every day. But there are some more subtle battles taking place that a careful review of game film shows, and those battles will also play a big part in deciding who wins and covers on Championship Sunday.

Packers (+6, 60.5) Falcons (3 PM ET, FOX): For the sake of this discussion let’s consider it a given that Julio Jones gets his numbers—the Packers could still win in either case and the Falcons can’t win without him. Green Bay’s problems at corner with injuries have been well-discussed and are a significant problem. What’s overlooked is that the Packers are exceptional at safety, with Ha-Ha Clinton-Dix and Morgan Burnett. They can provide over-the-top help on Jones.

That means Atlanta’s offensive fortunes could swing on whether Mohamed Sanu can get open consistently. If the Falcons can get Sanu matched up on Damarious Randle, they can make hay. If the Packers keep Micah Hyde on Sanu, the matchup tilts in their favor...but if Green Bay does that, who picks up Devonta Freeman out of the backfield? Hyde is a competent slot corner and the Packer linebackers are better at pass-rushing than covering. Big decisions for defensive coordinator Dom Capers.

When Green Bay has the ball, the intrigue is a little more straight-forward. In Atlanta’s win over Seattle, Vic Beasley and Dwight Freeney were part of a pass rush that stayed after Russell Wilson all game. But the Seahawk offensive line was a sieve. Green Bay’s is good, particularly left tackle David Bakhtari. The Falcon defensive ends have to both get pressure and keep Rodgers in the pocket. Pulling off both against this offensive front won’t be easy.

Steelers (+6, 50.5) Patriots (6:40 PM ET, CBS): New England’s back seven covers as well as anyone in the NFL and certainly the best of the four teams still playing football. There is one weak spot and though and it’s at strong safety where Patrick Chung can be exploited.

Let’s assume that Malcolm Butler will chase Antonio Brown and that both players will win their share of battles. That’s going to leave it up to slot receiver Eli Rogers or tight end Jesse James to work on Chung and get themselves open. James isn’t prolific, but he’s made some big catches and needs to be an X-factor in this game for Pittsburgh to pull an upset.

When the Steelers are on defense, Ryan Shazier has enjoyed a big postseason, with interceptions in the wins over both Miami and Kansas City. You know New England is going to want to get their running backs involved in the passing game, both Dion Lewis and James White. If Shazier can run with them and take a weapon away from Tom Brady it greatly aids the upset bid.

There’s a lot of variables up in the air for both of these games and I’ll be ready with my answers.

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Ex-Michigan QB Morris going to Central Michigan

Former Michigan quarterback Shane Morris will finish his career with Central Michigan.

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