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Great NFL Weekend… Have Now Won 8 Straight 100-Unit Plays And Intend To Make It 9-0 This Weekend Undefeated In December And January
NFL Brass, FOX Crushed, The Cowboys Won’t Be In Super Bowl… Ticket Prices For Game Also In Free Fall And Vegas Bookmakers Reeling From Getting Smashed
In This Week’s Conference Championship Games
New England Assholes -6 Over Pittsburgh Steelers
While Falcons -4 over Packers
Highrollers Keep On Winning Daily 50-Unit College Basketball Plays
By Kelso Sturgeon
If it was action you needed you certainly got it this weekend in the NFL. The games were outstanding – collectively the best of the season – and the results will send four very good teams to the conference championship games Sunday. First the American Football Conference showdown finds the Pittsburgh Steelers (13-5) at the New England Assholes (15-2) (Steelers coach Mike Tomlins’ descriptive words, not mine) while the National Conference finds the Green Bay Packers (12-6) at the Atlanta Falcons (12-5).
The winners of those games will advance to Super Bowl #51 that will be played Sunday, February 5 at NGR Stadium in Houston. The Assholes are 6-point favorites over Pittsburgh while Atlanta is a 4-point choice the Packers. It must be noted bookmakers posted those numbers in fear and trepidation after suffering one of their worst weekends of the entire season.
Heading in to Sunday’s games the first six contests of the post-season had seen the favorites to 6-0 straight up (SU) and against the spread. Bookmakers expected more of the same but suddenly found themselves overloaded with underdog action on the Green Bay Packers (+5) over the popular Dallas Cowboys and genuinely buried with play on the underdog Pittsburgh Steelers (+2½) at Kansas City.
Worse yet, almost all of the parlay and teaser action for the four games ended on Green Bay and Pittsburgh. A disaster in the making for those booking the action. Over their heads – and no way out.
It all had the same sting bookmakers felt on the national championship Clemson-Alabama game. Clemson was heavily bet in that game despite being a 6½ point underdog and bookmakers relaxed when Alabama went up 14-0 early. In order to attract money on Clemson as the game was being played the Tigers were offered +19 points – and the bettors took it.
In the end Clemson won 35-31 and handed bookmakers another disastrous loss. Still cannot figure out the why of that.
The Blind Men In Stripes Decided Another One
No one expects perfection from football officials (that train left the station 100 years ago) but it remains amazing that in the most important of games, referees feel the need to step in and make a call that in the end determines the out come of the game. Down 18-16 with just over two minutes to go, Kansas City scored a 2-point conversion that would have tired the game, but it was nullified by a supposed holding call on Chiefs tackle Eric Fisher. The next attempt failed, and, hello, Pittsburgh.
It’s a shame this happens over and again year after year and these overly officious refugees from the House of the Blind continue to make winners and losers.
It Might Surprise You I Have Released Eight 100-Unit NFL Plays Since December 5
AND HAVE WON THEM ALL
Make It 9-0 This Coming Sunday
Nobody keeps records of these things but it has been quite a run with my 100-unit NFL releases (my average play is 15 units). I won two more this weekend and intend to keep the run going this coming Sunday. Pay attention.
Not A Single Loss In December And January
1/15…100 Units…Packers (+5) 34, Cowboys 31 (Won)
1/14… 100 Units… Falcons (-6½) 36, Seahawks 20 (Won)
1/8… 100 Units… Steelers (-11) 30, Dolphins 12 (Won)
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)
NFL Brass, FOX TV, Ticket Scalpers Take Major Hit As Dallas Cowboys Lose
The NFL front office and Super Bowl host FOX Television were hit right square in their noses Sunday when the Dallas Cowboys were upset by the Green Bay Packers, 34-31, ending a run to make the hoped for Dallas-New England game the most-watched sporting event ever.
What a story line that would have been: Those pure unblemished Cowboys meeting those dirty, cheating, low-life assholes from New England. Well, it won’t happen.
The NFL and FOX can only dream of what might have been. It is of note the Cowboys-Packers game had a 28.2 overnight TV rating among households – 12% higher than the rating of the seventh game of the World Series which attracted 40 million viewers.
As for the the ticket scalpers – they are referred to as the “secondary market” – prices dropped in half overnight. No Dallas in Houston – no money.