Sunday NFL

Bengals, Redskins Move Int Race To NFL Bottom With Dolphins…All 0-4 And Looking Hopeles

By Kelso Sturgeon

This past week in NFL and college football was just like all those of the past—stunning blowouts, shocking upsets and enough unexplainable outcomes and bad calls to fill a book. When it was over, the Cincinnati Bengals and Washington Redskins became legitimate challengers to the Miami Dolphins as to which is the worst team in the NFL. Denver’s first-year coach Vic Fangio proved beyond doubt he doesn’t have a clue. In the colleges, Oklahoma remained #1 in my College Top Ten as Clemson dropped to the #9 spot.

In the NFL last week, favorites went 7-8 straight up (SU) and 4-11 against the spread (ATS). Home teams were 1-11 SU and 6-9 ATS. For the year, favorites are up 38-24-1 SU and 25-37-1 ATS. In the colleges, those numbers for last week were 44-11 SU and 25-30 ATS. For the year in the colleges, favorites are 294-50 and 177-166-7 ATS.

College and NFL football is a win-or-else game and the time has come for the shoe to drop on several coaches who have failed to pass the test, beginning with Jay Gruden of the winless Washington Redskins who are 15-point home underdogs to the unbeaten New England Patriots (4-0) and ageless superstar quarterback Tom Brady.

Washington has a 100% chance to lose this game straight up, and that prediction is based on everything these eyes can see, plus a boost from six different algorithms. The cover? You are on your own. A money line play on New England is out of the question since you will have to lay anywhere from -800 to -1200 to win $100. The average price is -1000.

Why not a money line bet if the Patriots have a 100% chance to win? Reality says the risk vs. reward factor is out of whack and many times each season lightning can strike.

Gruden, who is 35-49-1 in 5½ seasons, has sent out highly disorganized teams this season - teams that exhibit little offense (averaging 16.5 points and 296.2 yards per game) and less defense (giving up 29.5 points and 399.2 yards). Throw in the fact Washington has no legitimate starting quarterback, averages just 49.8 yards per game rushing).

Despite an ever-meddling front office, the blame of this disaster falls on Gruden, who I never thought he was head coach material. His performance, especially this season, reflects his ineptness. Now, throw in those empty seats at 82,900-seat FedEx Field and his fate has been sealed and you can expect his firing before the sun goes down Sunday night.

This is just the beginning; several more will follow in the coming weeks and that includes coaches who are in their first season as the boss man.

50-Unit NFL Game Of Week Crushes Number & Going For 3rd Straight Winning 50-Unit NFL Parlay

I kicked off this NFL week Thursday night with a 50-unit win on the Los Angeles Rams (+1.5) who got the cover in a 30-29 loss at the Seattle Seahawks. On Sunday it's right back with another 50-unit NFL Game of the Week winner, plus I will be going for my third straight winning 50-unit 2-team NFL parlay.

My game of the week play is in the right place at the right time and is primed to play its best game of the season. In this one, I am looking for a comfortable score.

Football parlays are also a great way to make a major score if one can find at least two qualifying teams, just as I did last week in winning a 50-unit 2-team NFL parlay with the Giants and Jaguars. It's right back with another one Sunday with two teams that grade out with a 90% chance to win. In my world, it seldom gets better than this and I am confident I will again go 3-0.

It will be 20 units on each winner and 10 units on the parlay and you can win it all for just $25, charged to your major credit card or to Pay Pal.

Last Sunday's Winning 50-Unit NFL Parlay
20 Units...Giants (-3) 24, Redskins 3 (Won)
20 Units...Jaguars (+3) 26, Broncos 24 (Won)
10 Units...Parlay of Giants and Jaguars (Won)

Winning 50-Unit NFL Parlay Sunday, Sept. 29
20 Units...Cowboys (-21.5) 31, Dolphins 6 (Won)
20 Units...Colts (-1.5) 27, Falcons 24 (Won)
10 Units...Parlay of Cowboys and Colts (Won)

 

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