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Today’s Hot Plays

Dynamite 2-Team Parlay
There are two teams on the tonight’s schedule that just missed qualifying as 50-unit plays and I decided it required me to release both of them in a parlay
Bookmaker''s Mistake
Sometimes the numbers do not make sense to us and in the end usually prove to be accurate. But bookmakers are human and they do make mistakes.
NFL Thursday Night Tangle
Dolphins (1-2) And Bengals (1-2) Tangle In Thursday Night Football With Both Under The Gun To Win
Thursday College FB Double Team
Kansas Is At Texas Tech, Connecticut At Houston And There Is No Doubt What Team Will Win These Games But The Cover Is Up For Grabs
MLB Stunner
My Numbers Say One Of The MLB Teams Least Likely To Win Tonight Will Do Just That In Rather Shocking Fashion

50-Unit NFL Game Wins Today...Redskins In State Of Mutiny 9/25/2016 by Kelso Sturgeon

NFL Game Of Week Wins Today, Redskins In Total Mutiny

 

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50-Unit College Game Of Week Won Yesterday

In Blowout And NFL Underdog Set To Win

Today As 50-Unit Play

Chairman’s Club Undefeated 4-0 In 25-Unit NFL ‘Dogs

That Won Straight Up And Intends To Make It 5-For-5 Today

 

It’s Do Or Die For 0-2 Redskins Today But With All

The Locker Room Issues Can They Beat Giants

Top Play On 3-0 Best Bets Club Sunday

 

By Kelso Sturgeon

Football teams have no control over injuries that can alter an entire season but they certainly can control what happens in the locker-room where back-biting, back-stabbing and criticism of fellow teammates creates a dark cloud of doom that compromises a team’s chances of winning. Coaches are helpless to control injuries but they are 100% responsible for the latter.

That puts Washington Redskins third-year coach Jay Gruden front and center as his team takes on the New York Giants today. Gruden led Washington to the NFC East title last seasons and stands 13-22 as a head coach. I have always given Gruden and unfavorable rating because of how he openly favors some players and buries the one’s he can’t stand, i.e. former Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III.

Contributed Articles 9/19/2016 by Kelso Sturgeon

STANFORD MAKES A STATEMENT

 

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Stanford was faced with a challenging early schedule and while it's far from over, the early returns on the Cardinal are positive. They've played two games, against Kansas State and USC. Stanford has delivered a pair of double-digit wins and ATS covers, including a 27-10 win over the Trojans on ABC's prime-time telecast on Saturday.

There were good reasons to be concerned about Stanford. They were breaking in a new quarterback with Ryan Burns. The most talented part of their roster was underclassmen. If there was ever a point in the season where they'd be vulnerable, it would be early - especially with an early schedule that still includes UCLA, Washington, Washington State and Notre Dame. But the Cardinal has not only survived, they have thrived.

Defense has been a big early key for Stanford. Both of their games have played to the Under in spite of being set at modest totals to begin with. The 26-13 win over Kansas State was Under 48.5 and the total on the USC game was 50.5. It's a lot easier for a new quarterback when his defense is playing well. In the two games combined, Stanford has only given up 209 rush yards on 58 attempts.

The other thing that makes life easy for a new quarterback is having the most complete running back in the nation. Christian McCaffrey was one of the early favorites for the Heisman Trophy and he's lived up to the hype. McCaffrey is averaging nearly 150 yards per game on the ground at 5.6 yards-per-carry He's also catching an average of over five passes a game at better than ten yards a pop.

Exclusive Coverage of all NFL 9/28/2016

Two key Bengals might return to face Dolphins

For the first time since 2011, the Cincinnati Bengals are 1-2 and hopeful for reinforcements when the Miami Dolphins visit Paul Brown Stadium on Thursday night.

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Exclusive Coverage of all College Football 9/28/2016

Ohio State wary of familiar Rutgers

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- When Urban Meyer looks across the field to the other sideline on Saturday afternoon in Ohio Stadium, he'll see several familiar faces.

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