NFL Game Of Week Wins Today, Redskins In Total Mutiny

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.

In the case of Griffin, Gruden followed in the footsteps of the man he succeeded, the over-rated press darling Mike Shanahan whose success was the results of the good fortune he had when quarterback John Elway was leading the way in Denver. Shanahan hated Griffin with a passion and did everything he could to get rid of him, including playing him when he was injured and in he process started his trip to ruin.

Gruden never missed any opportunity to let the world know Griffin just did not have it and that his backup, Kirk Cousins was the future of the Redskins. With the latter under center Washington made the playoffs last year on the strength of a 9-7 season but lost in the opening round to Green Bay, 35-18, as a 1.5-point favorite. To Gruden, he declared he had proved to be correct about his starting quarterback.

But karma is a bitch.

Redskins Locker Room Is Out Of Control—In A Very Bad Way

It is important to note good coaches never let locker room issues get out of hand. When was the last time you heard about New England, coached by Bill Belichick, or the Kansas City Chiefs, with Andy Reid in charge, having any locker room issues. The fact is, that today, the tension created by a lock room out of control, has the Redskins fighting among one another, questioning coaching decisions in the first two games, losses to Pittsburgh and Dallas, and most of all stabbing Cousins in the back at every opportunity.

Cousins, who will make $19.5 million this season, seems to have fallen apart, despite playing behind a solid offensive line. He repeatedly over-throws his receivers—some by a mile and a half—cannot seem to make a key throw with a touchdown on the line. He had three interceptions in the Redskins 27-2 home loss to Dallas. The players, who had high hopes when the season began, say something is wrong with Cousins, that they have no confidence in him and have suggested Gruden start Colt McCoy.

Gruden say he is not worried about Cousins seeming ineptness, that he has complete confidence in him and that he will remain the starting quarterback.

The bottom line is there for all to see. The locker room is in chaos—certainly an overwhelming negative—and the Redskins find themselves 0-3 at the end of today, the players say the season will already be over.

We shall see.

I Won My 50-Unit College Game Of The Week

In A Blowout Yesterday And Intend To Win Same Bet

Bet In NFL Cash With 50-Unit Underdog Upset

I never take lightly the football games I release to the members of any of my three football clubs. That does not mean “serious” wins them all but you can bet your life hours of study have gone into the games my clients get. Some games are released at 10 units and some at 400 units and the rating depends on the number of edges, as noted, most of them hidden from the public.

The more edges, the higher the rating.

Against this background I am going for another 50-unit NFL Game of the Week winner with an underdog that has more edges—obvious and hidden—than most teams on the board. The edges are there and I am confident I will take down the cash in this one. Win this highroller play for just $50, charged to your major credit card.

My highrollers scored in the colleges Saturday when Southern Miss (-13.5) crushed Texas-El Paso, winning 50-unit College Football Game of the Week in Blowout Fashion, 34-7.

I Have Released 4 Chairman’s Club NFL Underdogs

This Season And ALL Won Straight Up

Make It 5-For-5 Today With Another One

One of the most definitive elements of the National Football League is that any of the 32 teams has the ability on any given day to beat the other 31. It matters not what a team’s record—good or bad—is, it can win any game. That is why many NFL bettors focus most of their attention on underdogs. Of course, all the winning elements must be in place to (1) cover the number and (2) even win the game straight up.

That is where I have been forever, looking for underdogs that can win outright. Thus far this season I have released four of them to my Chairman’s Club members and stand 4-0 in those games, and, as noted, have won them all straight up.

I intend to keep winning with those 25-unit underdogs today with a team my figures say will beat the favorite straight up. Win this one with me for just $25, charged to your major credit card.

4-0 In 25-Unit Chairman’s Club NFL Underdogs

9/18…25 Units…Falcons (+4.5) 35, Raiders 28 (Won)

9/15…25 Units…Jets (+1.5) 37, Bills 31 (Won)

9/11…25 Units…Buccaneers (+2.5) 31, Falcons 24 (Won)

9/5…25 Units…Broncos (+3) 21, Panthers 20 (Won)

Bitter NFL Rivalry Game Tops 3-0 Sunday Winners

New York Giants (2-0) Host Washington Redskins (0-2)

Today In A Game Between Teams That Despise One Another

It is a simply fact that in a professional sport played by grown men that emotion is seldom a major factor. Pros come to play, fire their best shot and teams that win, or lose, get ready for the next dance. Not so when the Redskins and the Giants meet. Under the best of circumstances each enters games against one another with a giant chip on their shoulders and with an attitude of wanting to embarrass one another.

If that were not enough to fire up each team, one must add the long-playing history between Giants wide-receiver Odell Beckham Jr. and Redskins cornerback Josh Norman. The last time they met there were five unnecessary roughness penalties in their battle, a $26,000 fine for Norman and a one-game suspension for Beckham. To say the least Norman loves to cover Beckham and the latter works to embarrass the former. Trash-talking is the name of the game.

It is against this background I am releasing this rivalry game as my top Best Bets Football Club play of the day—at the 15-unit level—and you can win it with me, plus receive two additional 10-unit bets, for just $15, charged to your major credit card.