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My Highrollers Kicked Off The NFL Season Last Sunday With 50-Unit NFL Game Of Week Bet On Ravens—A 59-10 Winner…Encore Today
I say the same thing year after year—much of my winning in the early weeks of each new football season is the result of possessing better numbers than those used by bookmakers. Many of the betting lines bookies post early in the season are more or less based on what some team did last year—and it is just as true in the NFL as in the colleges.
My numerical ratings of each team are current and accurate, giving us a winning edge in many games. Such was the case last week when I released the Baltimore Ravens (-7) over the Miami Dolphins in my first 50-Unit NFL Game of the Week bet and won, 59-10. The bookies line was -7, but my numbers predicted a 27-28-point win.
Those making betting lines failed to recognize just how awful were the Dolphins—that, even though Miami was the longest price in Super Bowl futures betting, listed at 500-1. For the record, Baltimore was up 21-0 in the first quarter and 42-10 at the half. The rest is history.
We have another team in action today that comes closer to fitting the Baltimore-Miami profile and I am releasing it as the winner of my 50-Unit NFL Game of the week, looking for another big win. You can get the cash with this power-plus play for just $35, charged to your major credit card or to Pay Pal.
Better yet, sign up for one of my four football services and save a fortune. You can sign up on this website or toll free at 1-800-755-2255.
Best Bets Started Week With 3-1 Record With Underdogs And I Expect That Trend To Continue Today
Bookmakers continue to struggle a bit with both NFL and college football betting lines, and in a world ruled by half-points and points, that means the world to bettors. Go beyond the numbers and find a hidden edge or two while doing in-depth handicapping. More often than not, those little edges produce winners and/or covers.
Because of soft NFL numbers I won Thursday night with underdog Tampa Bay (+7) at Carolina, 20-14, and came right back in the colleges Friday night with two more under ‘dog winners—Houston and Kansas, while losing a close one with North Carolina.
In handicapping far beyond the numbers in today’s 12 NFL games I found three in which the underdogs grade out the winners. I will be releasing all three as 15-unit plays and am confident I will get the cash in all of them. Win them for just $15, charged to your major credit card or to Pay Pal.
The Week Began With Three Underdog Winners
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+7) 20, Carolina Panthers 14 (Won)
Houston Cougars (+9.5) 24, Washington State Cougars 31 (Won)
Kansas Jayhawks (+20.5) 48, Boston College Eagles 24 (Won)
North Carolina Tar Heels (+3) 18, Wake Forest Demon Deacons 31 (Lost)
NFL Suits Won’t Admit It But Parity Has Left The NFL And Joins Baseball As A Sport Where Mismatches Are Front And Center
There was a time in the first 99 years of NFL football when parity was real and produced very competitive games in which the sport’s worst team could beat the best team. No more. It is difficult to pinpoint the exact year it happened (for certain sometime in the last 10 years) but it is a fact.
Of the 32 teams in the NFL, two-three are so bad it is embarrassing to call them “professional”, three more are so talentless and inconsistent, winning requires a miracle. Bad, bad, bad teams.
We have two four mismatches today—one of them basically hidden from unaware bookmakers and the betting public—and I am going to use two of these contests to win a 50-unit two-team parlay. I am extremely confident I will win this bet and believe you can send it in.
It will be 20-units on each winner and 10 units on the parlay. Go 3-0 with this bet for just $25, charged to your major credit card or to Pay Pal.