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Pick all 4 games this weekend with the line! (1 Viewer)

Here are my picks from a post from earlier today. I would like to find a consensus on the FBGuys board to help any bettors this weekend.Seattle -9 vs Washington: Sure the Redkins have won 6 straight games including a squeaker @ Tampa Bay last week. However, they should have lost that game and only two early TD's, both which came courtesy of Bucs turnovers, saved their season. Washington could only manage something like 121 yards for the entire game. Tampa almost pulled it out but came up short when Edell Shepherd could not hold on to a perfect strike from Simms. The Seahawks had a much needed week of rest and will be ready to go out and put some points on the board. Their defense is a bit of a question mark but should be good enough to check the Redskins' offense. If seattle gets ahead by 2 TD's early that will take away the 'skins running game and without that they have no prayer. Portis is also banged up and Brunell will be blitzed unmercifully. Alexander after his MVP season will be on fire to prove he can lead this team in the playoffs. I see 3 Wash turnovers and 2 TD's from Alexander. Hasselbeck will have a efficient game and has played well all season.Final score: Seahawks 31 Redskins 17Chicago -3 vs Carolina: I know alot of people are jumping on the Carolina bandwagon but there's no tougher place to play in the NFL in January than Soldier field. i realize it won't be that cold but its still a tough place to play. Chicago has a killer Defense and its no secret that Defense wins playoff games. I look for a low scoring game that will be decided by a Deshaun Foster fumble. Jake Delhomme will be pressured into several mistakes and will not have time to throw. Steve Smith is the wildcard in this game. The Bears took a 13-3 affair earlier in the season and I expect more of the same. The Bears offense also has improved with Grossman back under center and that will also be a factor. Carolina's Defense has come on late but I don't think it will be enough. Muhammad will have a good game and is motivated to play well against his former team. Look for him to move the chains to keep the long Bear drives alive.Final score: Bears 20 Panthers 16Colts -9 vs Steelers:Several things to note here. Pittsburghs defense looked pretty porous in the 1st half against the Bungles. If it weren't for Carson Palmers freak injury the Bengals might have won the game. As it was, receivers were consistently getting open against the defense the Steelers opened with (virtually no pressure on the QB) Pittsburgh made some nice 2nd half adjustments and blitzed much more and in general were in position to make plays. However I was not impressed with their defense, it seemed to me Kitna was just not willing to throw the ball in the 2nd half. He looked indecisive and afraid to make a mistake. Peyton Manning will have no such problem and the Colts should have no trouble picking up the Pittsburgh blitz. They can run the ball and beat the blitz with Edge James. The Colts simply have too many weapons and will use the middle of the field to their advantage. One thing to consider is the over in this game (currently 47) I fully expect the Steelers to score at least 3 TD's. The Colts should have 5 scores including a field goal or two. I like the over in this game. Final score Colts 38 Steelers 24The last game is the hardest to pick. The Patriots are the 2 time defending Champs and they are healthy and peaking at the right time. However, asking them to win 3 straight games on the road to make it to the Super Bowl is a tall task. I am a proponent of the "let the trend be your friend" mantra, however two huge trend are colliding this week. The Broncos are undefeated at home this year while the Patriots are 10-0 in the playoffs under Brady. Generally, when I see something like this: two pretty evenly matched teams, both well coached and both on a roll, I'll look to the Quarterbacks for both teams. Tom Brady has the clear edge here over Jake Plummer. Plummer does not seem to play well in big games while of course, Brady is the consummate big game player. I'll look to Brady to pull out this game and since the Patriots are getting 3 points I guess I'll have to take them. if this line moves off 3 either way I'm going the other way! The Pick: Patriots +3 over BroncosFinal score:Patriots 21 Broncos 20

 
I'm not pulling these out of my ***, just don't have the energy to type out explanations.Confident:Was +9Pats +3Shaky:Car +3Ind -9

 
Chicago -3 vs Carolina: I know alot of people are jumping on the Carolina bandwagon but there's no tougher place to play in the NFL in January than Soldier field. i realize it won't be that cold but its still a tough place to play. Chicago has a killer Defense and its no secret that Defense wins playoff games. I look for a low scoring game that will be decided by a Deshaun Foster fumble. Jake Delhomme will be pressured into several mistakes and will not have time to throw. Steve Smith is the wildcard in this game. The Bears took a 13-3 affair earlier in the season and I expect more of the same. The Bears offense also has improved with Grossman back under center and that will also be a factor. Carolina's Defense has come on late but I don't think it will be enough. Muhammad will have a good game and is motivated to play well against his former team. Look for him to move the chains to keep the long Bear drives alive.Final score: Bears 20 Panthers 16
No tougher place to play in January than Soldier Field?The Bears haven't won a playoff game at home in January since 1991 and are 2-5 at home in the playoffs since the Super Bowl year.
 
:o I wasn't aware of the record for their recent playoff games but I think this year will be different. I'm seeing signs that their Offense is coming to life and their defense is top notch. The sacked Delhomme 8 times in their last meeting. Mike Brown is healthy and they've had a week off to get healthier. It 's going to come down to turnovers but I think the Bears got the edge.
 
Seattle -9 vs Washington - SeattleChicago -3 vs Carolina: Carolina (you serious?!?!? I get points if I take Carolina...consider it the PLATINUM LOCK!)Colts -9 vs Steelers: SteelersBroncos -3 vs Patriots: Broncos (and this one is like taking candy from a baby)

 
Here are my picks from a post from earlier today. I would like to find a consensus on the FBGuys board to help any bettors this weekend.

Seattle -9 vs Washington: Sure the Redkins have won 6 straight games including a squeaker @ Tampa Bay last week. However, they should have lost that game and only two early TD's, both which came courtesy of Bucs turnovers, saved their season. Washington could only manage something like 121 yards for the entire game. Tampa almost pulled it out but came up short when Edell Shepherd could not hold on to a perfect strike from Simms. The Seahawks had a much needed week of rest and will be ready to go out and put some points on the board. Their defense is a bit of a question mark but should be good enough to check the Redskins' offense. If seattle gets ahead by 2 TD's early that will take away the 'skins running game and without that they have no prayer. Portis is also banged up and Brunell will be blitzed unmercifully. Alexander after his MVP season will be on fire to prove he can lead this team in the playoffs. I see 3 Wash turnovers and 2 TD's from Alexander. Hasselbeck will have a efficient game and has played well all season.

Final score: Seahawks 31 Redskins 17

Chicago -3 vs Carolina: I know alot of people are jumping on the Carolina bandwagon but there's no tougher place to play in the NFL in January than Soldier field. i realize it won't be that cold but its still a tough place to play. Chicago has a killer Defense and its no secret that Defense wins playoff games. I look for a low scoring game that will be decided by a Deshaun Foster fumble. Jake Delhomme will be pressured into several mistakes and will not have time to throw. Steve Smith is the wildcard in this game. The Bears took a 13-3 affair earlier in the season and I expect more of the same. The Bears offense also has improved with Grossman back under center and that will also be a factor. Carolina's Defense has come on late but I don't think it will be enough. Muhammad will have a good game and is motivated to play well against his former team. Look for him to move the chains to keep the long Bear drives alive.

Final score: Bears 20 Panthers 16

Colts -9 vs Steelers:

Several things to note here. Pittsburghs defense looked pretty porous in the 1st half against the Bungles. If it weren't for Carson Palmers freak injury the Bengals might have won the game. As it was, receivers were consistently getting open against the defense the Steelers opened with (virtually no pressure on the QB) Pittsburgh made some nice 2nd half adjustments and blitzed much more and in general were in position to make plays. However I was not impressed with their defense, it seemed to me Kitna was just not willing to throw the ball in the 2nd half. He looked indecisive and afraid to make a mistake. Peyton Manning will have no such problem and the Colts should have no trouble picking up the Pittsburgh blitz. They can run the ball and beat the blitz with Edge James. The Colts simply have too many weapons and will use the middle of the field to their advantage. One thing to consider is the over in this game (currently 47) I fully expect the Steelers to score at least 3 TD's. The Colts should have 5 scores including a field goal or two. I like the over in this game.

Final score Colts 38 Steelers 24

The last game is the hardest to pick. The Patriots are the 2 time defending Champs and they are healthy and peaking at the right time. However, asking them to win 3 straight games on the road to make it to the Super Bowl is a tall task. I am a proponent of the "let the trend be your friend" mantra, however two huge trend are colliding this week. The Broncos are undefeated at home this year while the Patriots are 10-0 in the playoffs under Brady. Generally, when I see something like this: two pretty evenly matched teams, both well coached and both on a roll, I'll look to the Quarterbacks for both teams. Tom Brady has the clear edge here over Jake Plummer. Plummer does not seem to play well in big games while of course, Brady is the consummate big game player. I'll look to Brady to pull out this game and since the Patriots are getting 3 points I guess I'll have to take them. if this line moves off 3 either way I'm going the other way!

The Pick: Patriots +3 over Broncos

Final score:

Patriots 21 Broncos 20
Seahawks= 23Washington= 16

New England= 19

Denver= 17

Indianapolis= 27

Pittsburgh= 17

Carolina= 16

Chicago= 13

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Still alive to win 2nd place in a survivor pool this weekend (began with over 2,200 people). The point spreads are now in effect as their is only 18 people left (1 guy walked away with first place last week going 4-0 and winning $30,000 untaxed cash. Me and 17 others went 3-1 (Eli Manning be damned to hell) and are competing for $11,000 this weekend:RedskinsColtsBroncosBears !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 
I'll take the Skins and those 9 points, Seattle wins a close one.I'll lay those 3 and go with the Bears over the Panthers, Bears win by a TD.I'll take those 9 points that the Colts are giving the Steelers.And lastly, I like the Broncos to cover the 3 at home v. the Pats.

 
Was +9 --- that defense is too good not to take 9 pointsDen -3 --- Tough to pick against Brady and give away points, but Mile High in the playoffs is probably the best home field advantage possible.Car +3 --- wow they dominated NYG. 2 great Ds. Jake and +3 makes the diff.Ind -9 -- toughest game to pick. Pitt could win this game outright. But the Colts could win by 30 if they bring their A-game. If they win this one, they win the Bowl.

 
Seattle -9 vs Washington - Washington and the Points, but believe Seahawks win.. 24-17Chicago -3 vs Carolina: Carolina with the points and to win.. 24-10Colts -9 vs Steelers: Colts who will win 27-17Broncos -3 vs Patriots: Broncos.. Very tough call, toughest of the weekend for me. still Bronco's at home and Plummer not turning the ball over.. Broncos 24 Pats 17

 
As I said before, I will take the points in all the matchups, with NE and Carolina winning outright, Pitt/Indy coming down to a 4th quarter drive and Washington's D keeping it within a TD.

 
1. Seattle vs. Washigton: straight up- Seattle point spread-Seattle2. Chicago vs. Panthers: straght up- Panthers point spread-Panthers3. Denver vs. New England: straight up-Denver point spread-Denver4.Indianapolis vs. Pittsburgh: straight up- Colts point spread- Steelers

 
Seattle vs. Washigton

straight up: SEA

point spread: WAS

Chicago vs. Panthers

straght up: CAR

point spread: CAR

Denver vs. New England

straight up: NE

point spread: NE

Indianapolis vs. Pittsburgh

straight up: INDY

point spread: INDY

 
I'll take the Skins and those 9 points, Seattle wins a close one.

I'll lay those 3 and go with the Bears over the Panthers, Bears win by a TD.

I'll take those 9 points that the Colts are giving the Steelers.

And lastly, I like the Broncos to cover the 3 at home v. the Pats.
Wow - I'm 100% opposite of you. Interesting.
 
1. Seattle vs. Washigton: straight up- Seattle point spread-Seattle2. Chicago vs. Panthers: straght up- Panthers point spread-Panthers3. Denver vs. New England: straight up-New Enland point spread-New England4.Indianapolis vs. Pittsburgh: straight up- Colts point spread- Steelers

 
For the record (and from another thread):In chronological order:1. I like Seattle -9 (or 10). Like the over a little less. Love the 6 or 7 point teaser with the over 35 or 34.2. I like NE +3, NE to win (money line), NE/Den over 44. Also (obviously) like the teaser of NE / Over.3. I like Indy - 9 or -10. 4. I like Carolina to win (money line) and Carolina +3. Also like Indy / UNDER teaser number (regular O/U is 47). Indy -3 and Under 54 might be a very nice play.Good luck and bet with your head, not over it.

 
Here are my picks from a post from earlier today. I would like to find a consensus : Sure the Redkins have won 6 straight games including a squeaker @ Tampa Bay last week. However, they should have lost that game and only two early TD's, both which came courtesy of Bucs turnovers, saved their season.
Washington also should've lost to Dallas this season, so they shouldn't even be in the playoffs, should they? Oh yeah, and they "should've" lost to Seattle in week 4 too, huh? Amazing how well coached teams always seem to win games like that.Gibbs vs Holmgren = huge mismatch.Excluding the Colts game in which Indy rested their starters, Seattle has played 5 teams with +.500 records this year....they have not won by more than 3 in any of those games. And now they are a 9 point favorite? I'll take the points.
 
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1. Seattle vs. Washigton:

straight up- Seattle

point spread-Seattle

2. Chicago vs. Panthers:

straght up- Panthers

point spread-Panthers

3. Denver vs. New England:

straight up-New Enland

point spread-New England

4.Indianapolis vs. Pittsburgh:

straight up- Colts

point spread- Steelers
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Well,It looks like everybody is all over the board on this one. I guess it comes down to putting your money where your mouth is.Good luck to all of you. Anyone want to go out on a limb and tell us what they're betting tomorrow? I for one, am hoping to see a late line change on the Denver, NE game to help me decide and I'm thinking Chicago is not gettiing any love and that line will drop down to 2.5 or even 2 by game time.I'm for sure taking Seattle and laying the points. I still like the over in the Indy game based on the Steelers O averaging 28.6 points a game the last five games. I think it will be a shootout which suits the Colts.Tentative early parlay: Seattle -9.5, INDY over 47 and Chicago -3. Straight wagers on Seattle and the Bears, laying the points in both. Still mulling over the other 2 games.You people are forgetting the Bears already beat the Panthers 13-3 in November and now they have Grossman back. I think that line will move down.Again, GOOD LUCK TO YOU ALL! :thumbup:

 
I'm not pulling these out of my ***, just don't have the energy to type out explanations.

Confident:

Was +9

Pats +3

Shaky:

Car +3

Ind -9
Washington

Carolina

Pats

Colts
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I have the Bears, but other than that, I agree, although I'll admit that absolutely anything could happen in the NE/Den game and I wouldn't be surprised.
 
Seattle -9 vs Washington: Washington (Straight up Washington) :bag: Chicago -3 vs Carolina: Carolina (Straight up Chicago) Carolina isn't as good as the Giants made them look. :( Colts -9 vs Steelers: Colts (Straight up Colts) Broncos -3 vs Patriots: Broncos (Straight up Broncos) :yucky:

 
ATSColts....lock of the week!Skins....Moss gts 2TDsPanthers....better luck next time Bears!Broncos.....Pats play a real team this week!Colts will shut Porter and his big mouth up!

 
Seattle - Seattle will just win this game. SA earns his money this weekend and proves that he IS the best back in the league.

Carolina - Steve Smith and Foster will expose the bears. This will be a close game, and I dont really fell all that comfortable saying they will win by the 3, but I think they will win. So I would say that Carolina wins, but not enough to cover.

Steelers - This is my upset pick (obviously). Pittsburg does what it takes to beat Indy and that is out muscle them, attack peyton manning and run the ball all day, pounding down the over rated indy D.

New England - they are Playing well, Plumber will be pressured and colapse under pressure, throwing ....3 picks. New England and Brady continues the playoff win streak to 10-0

 
Here are my picks from a post from earlier today. I would like to find a consensus on the FBGuys board to help any bettors this weekend.
You're in the wrong place. In the Oddsmaker threads, the posters here were, as a group, several games below .500.Unless you're taking the Shark Pool consensus and going the other way. :P

 
For what it's worth:Indy -9 for twoChi -3 for oneI'm staying away from Was-Sea and NE-Den. I'd take Was +9 easily if they were healthy, but they're too banged up to know how they'll play. And I just can't get a handle on NE-Den

 
Washington +9 Gibbs 17-5 in playoffs, SEA hasn't won a playoff game since 1984, 'Nuff said.

Denver -3 Denver at home is just a different team, their defense steps up in this game - IN-COM-PLETE!!! (Denver folks know what I mean)

Pittsburgh +9 Colts can't close the deal. Until they do, I've gotta ride the disappointment train once again. Plus Cowher is the better coach.

Carolina +3 Carolina will make Rex Grossman beat them - I just don't see that happening. There is something to say about players and lack of playoff experience.

edit: YIKES!! I picked 3 road teams! :eek: :unsure: :wall:

 
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Seattle - Seattle will just win this game. SA earns his money this weekend and proves that he IS the best back in the league.

Carolina - Steve Smith and Foster will expose the bears. This will be a close game, and I dont really fell all that comfortable saying they will win by the 3, but I think they will win. So I would say that Carolina wins, but not enough to cover.

Steelers - This is my upset pick (obviously). Pittsburg does what it takes to beat Indy and that is out muscle them, attack peyton manning and run the ball all day, pounding down the over rated indy D.

New England - they are Playing well, Plumber will be pressured and colapse under pressure, throwing ....3 picks. New England and Brady continues the playoff win streak to 10-0
Sweep... Carolina is getting the points they're +3. If you like them to just win then I guess you like Carolina.I strongly disagree with most members about the Chicago game. The Bears Defense can get it done by themselves and I get the feeling from watching Grossman play that he has some serious making up for lost time to do... The Bears have some playmakers of their own and lets not discount Muhammad's influence on their game planning. He knows the Panthers very well. Unless Carolina has a few wrinkles up their sleeve offensively I think the Bears win by 10 points. They're going to be FEROCIOUS

Not a Bears fan. Just liking the fact they have a defense and are at home. The ingredients are there.

 
ATSSeattleCarolinaPittsburghNew EnglandSTRAIGHT-UPSeattleCarolinaIndianapolisNew EnglandOnly game I consider a lock is the Bears/Panthers game. You choose Carolina AND get three points? Have to go with that.

 
ATSWashingtonCarolinaIndyNew EnglandSTRAIGHT-UPSeattleCarolinaIndianapolisNew England

 
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O.K. Here's my 2 cents. Since the NFL went to this playoff format in 1990 only 10 teams that did NOT have the opening bye have won in the second round. That's a huge advantage for the home teams,remember,no matter how good a team may have looked in the first round the bye teams were NOT playing,resting and probably getting a jump in preparation for their first oppponent,AT HOME. Three of the bye teams that lost were Chief teams in the 90's when Marty was there. One of the them was a 13-3 Bears team. Take that info for what it's worth. The playoffs are a different animal,just ask Eli and the Giants,forget the regular season games the teams played against each other. The "trends" say ONE of the visiting teams MIGHT win. Also,since the 1990 season at least one of these four games has been a blowout,EVERY YEAR! To me,the Seahawks-Redskins game looks like the potential blowout game,so I'll take Seattle minus the 9 1/2 as the pick of the weekend. Can any of the other 3 visiting teams be the ONE team that MIGHT win? I'd lean towards the Patriots with that chance,so I'll take The Pats plus the 3 pts. The other two home teams should win,but will they cover? The Colts/Steelers game should be high scoring,even given the high point spread when scores are more frequent the favorite tends to cover because niether team will "sit" on a lead,so I'll take The Colts minus 9 1/2. The Panthers/Bears game on the other hand should be low scoring so a team that gets the lead is more likely to "sit" on it(apologies to The Fonze). So I'll take The Panthers and the 3 points. Just my rambling 2 cents as I wait for these great games to start.

 
ATS, all the road teamsWashington, Carolina, New England and PittsburghHowever, I think Seattle and Indianapolis prevail at home while NE and Carolina win outright.

 
Seattle -9 vs Washington - Seattle

Chicago -3 vs Carolina: Carolina (you serious?!?!? I get points if I take Carolina...consider it the PLATINUM LOCK!)

Colts -9 vs Steelers: Steelers

Broncos -3 vs Patriots: Broncos (and this one is like taking candy from a baby)
I'm halfway towards azcards-like immortality.
 
I'll take the Skins and those 9 points, Seattle wins a close one.

I'll lay those 3 and go with the Bears over the Panthers, Bears win by a TD.

I'll take those 9 points that the Colts are giving the Steelers.

And lastly, I like the Broncos to cover the 3 at home v. the Pats.
Wow - I'm 100% opposite of you. Interesting.
1 and 1 so far.We'll see how my Carolina and Colts picks do.

 
Here are my picks from a post from earlier today. I would like to find a consensus on the FBGuys board to help any bettors this weekend.

Seattle -9 vs Washington: Sure the Redkins have won 6 straight games including a squeaker @ Tampa Bay last week. However, they should have lost that game and only two early TD's, both which came courtesy of Bucs turnovers, saved their season. Washington could only manage something like 121 yards for the entire game. Tampa almost pulled it out but came up short when Edell Shepherd could not hold on to a perfect strike from Simms. The Seahawks had a much needed week of rest and will be ready to go out and put some points on the board. Their defense is a bit of a question mark but should be good enough to check the Redskins' offense. If seattle gets ahead by 2 TD's early that will take away the 'skins running game and without that they have no prayer. Portis is also banged up and Brunell will be blitzed unmercifully. Alexander after his MVP season will be on fire to prove he can lead this team in the playoffs. I see 3 Wash turnovers and 2 TD's from Alexander. Hasselbeck will have a efficient game and has played well all season.

Final score: Seahawks 31 Redskins 17

Chicago -3 vs Carolina: I know alot of people are jumping on the Carolina bandwagon but there's no tougher place to play in the NFL in January than Soldier field. i realize it won't be that cold but its still a tough place to play. Chicago has a killer Defense and its no secret that Defense wins playoff games. I look for a low scoring game that will be decided by a Deshaun Foster fumble. Jake Delhomme will be pressured into several mistakes and will not have time to throw. Steve Smith is the wildcard in this game. The Bears took a 13-3 affair earlier in the season and I expect more of the same. The Bears offense also has improved with Grossman back under center and that will also be a factor. Carolina's Defense has come on late but I don't think it will be enough. Muhammad will have a good game and is motivated to play well against his former team. Look for him to move the chains to keep the long Bear drives alive.

Final score: Bears 20 Panthers 16

Colts -9 vs Steelers:

Several things to note here. Pittsburghs defense looked pretty porous in the 1st half against the Bungles. If it weren't for Carson Palmers freak injury the Bengals might have won the game. As it was, receivers were consistently getting open against the defense the Steelers opened with (virtually no pressure on the QB) Pittsburgh made some nice 2nd half adjustments and blitzed much more and in general were in position to make plays. However I was not impressed with their defense, it seemed to me Kitna was just not willing to throw the ball in the 2nd half. He looked indecisive and afraid to make a mistake. Peyton Manning will have no such problem and the Colts should have no trouble picking up the Pittsburgh blitz. They can run the ball and beat the blitz with Edge James. The Colts simply have too many weapons and will use the middle of the field to their advantage. One thing to consider is the over in this game (currently 47) I fully expect the Steelers to score at least 3 TD's. The Colts should have 5 scores including a field goal or two. I like the over in this game.

Final score Colts 38 Steelers 24

The last game is the hardest to pick. The Patriots are the 2 time defending Champs and they are healthy and peaking at the right time. However, asking them to win 3 straight games on the road to make it to the Super Bowl is a tall task. I am a proponent of the "let the trend be your friend" mantra, however two huge trend are colliding this week. The Broncos are undefeated at home this year while the Patriots are 10-0 in the playoffs under Brady. Generally, when I see something like this: two pretty evenly matched teams, both well coached and both on a roll, I'll look to the Quarterbacks for both teams. Tom Brady has the clear edge here over Jake Plummer. Plummer does not seem to play well in big games while of course, Brady is the consummate big game player. I'll look to Brady to pull out this game and since the Patriots are getting 3 points I guess I'll have to take them. if this line moves off 3 either way I'm going the other way!

The Pick: Patriots +3 over Broncos

Final score:

Patriots 21 Broncos 20
Seahawks= 23Washington= 16

New England= 19

Denver= 17

Indianapolis= 27

Pittsburgh= 17

Carolina= 16

Chicago= 13

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Very bad posting!
 
Seattle -9 vs Washington - Seattle

Chicago -3 vs Carolina: Carolina (you serious?!?!? I get points if I take Carolina...consider it the PLATINUM LOCK!)

Colts -9 vs Steelers: Steelers

Broncos -3 vs Patriots: Broncos (and this one is like taking candy from a baby)
Nice work so far. 3-0 with Carolina/Chicago pending. :thumbup:
 
Seattle -9 vs Washington - Seattle

Chicago -3 vs Carolina: Carolina (you serious?!?!?  I get points if I take Carolina...consider it the PLATINUM LOCK!)

Colts -9 vs Steelers:  Steelers

Broncos -3 vs Patriots:  Broncos (and this one is like taking candy from a baby)
Nice work so far. 3-0 with Carolina/Chicago pending. :thumbup:
If you apply azcards math to it...it's more like 12-0 ATS!
 
Seattle -9 vs Washington - Seattle

Chicago -3 vs Carolina: Carolina (you serious?!?!?  I get points if I take Carolina...consider it the PLATINUM LOCK!)

Colts -9 vs Steelers:  Steelers

Broncos -3 vs Patriots:  Broncos (and this one is like taking candy from a baby)
Nice work so far. 3-0 with Carolina/Chicago pending. :thumbup:
If you apply azcards math to it...it's more like 12-0 ATS!
Make way for the bad guy...there's a bad guy comin' through...
 
Good Job Tdoss! :thumbup: As it turned out I ended up Taking seattle and Denver WTS on Saturday and did well there. Pittsburgh and Chicago ATS yesterday. Lost my 3 team parlay because I considered Chicago as one of my locks. Should have boxed Chicago/Denver and it would have been a nice score. :wall:Thanks to all who posted on this thread. I'm a long time better and I got some things to think about so it was appreciated.Who do you like this weekend tdoss? Who wants to start a new thread about this weekend? I'm going to go out on a limb here and Pick Denver -3.5 and Seattle -4 for this weekend. (The spreads are mine)Thanks again to all who posted.TRG

 
Seattle -9 vs Washington - Washington and the Points, but believe Seahawks win.. 24-17

Chicago -3 vs Carolina: Carolina with the points and to win.. 24-10

Colts -9 vs Steelers: Colts who will win 27-17

Broncos -3 vs Patriots: Broncos.. Very tough call, toughest of the weekend for me.

still Bronco's at home and Plummer not turning the ball over.. Broncos 24 Pats 17
3-1 Straight up.2-2 Vs. Point spread.

Lost by 1 Point in the Washington Line :wall:

 
I'll take the Skins and those 9 points, Seattle wins a close one.

I'll lay those 3 and go with the Bears over the Panthers, Bears win by a TD.

I'll take those 9 points that the Colts are giving the Steelers.

And lastly, I like the Broncos to cover the 3 at home v. the Pats.
Wow - I'm 100% opposite of you. Interesting.
1 and 1 so far.We'll see how my Carolina and Colts picks do.
2-2 ATS. Here we go next week....
 

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