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    Nice call on the Yankees game there JD!

    mlb 37-23
    Nationals -1.5 (-135) ***Loss
    Tampa -1.5 (+120) ***Loss
    Redsoxs/Yankees O8.5 ***Win
    Angels/As O9 ***Win
    Ncaaf 8-6-2
    Temple -7 ***Win
    Temple O54 ***Loss
    nfl 3-10
    Cleveland -3 ***Win
    Cleveland O41b***Loss
    Best of Luck!
    Last edited by siff13; 09-21-2018, 10:01 AM.

  • #2
    MLB 52-37-1 +12.50

    Tampa Bay -125
    Atlanta -145
    Washington -1.5 [-140]
    Whitesox +180
    Over 8.5 Oakland

    NFL 8-3-1 +4.70

    Browns -3

    CFB 15-11 +2.90

    Tulsa +6.5

    GL to all


    • #3
      Brownies-3 -125/J-E-T-S

      Song of the Night:
      search Nashville Teens Tobacco Road

      Florence survivors we're thinking of you!


      • #4
        Thursday Football Service Plays 9/20/18
        Arthur Ralph Sports
        Temple -7
        Jets/Browns Over 39

        Brandon Lang
        Browns -1.5 (first half)

        Brian Bitler
        Cleveland/New York Under 39.5

        Chris Jordan
        Jets +2

        Dave Essler
        Temple -7

        Josh Nagel
        Tulsa +7

        Jr O'Donnell
        Cleveland /NY Over 39.5

        King Creole
        Cleveland/New York Over 39

        Larry Hartstein
        Browns ml

        Marc Lawrence

        Micah Roberts
        Browns -3
        Temple -6.5

        Mike Tierney
        Cleveland -3

        Dave Tuley

        Jets +3.5

        NY Jets/Cleveland Under 40.5
        Temple -6.5 (marq)

        Paul Leiner
        Jets/Browns Over 40

        RJ Bell
        Browns -3

        RJ White
        NY Jets +3

        Jets +3

        Sports Cash System
        Jets +3

        Stephen Nover
        Cleveland ml

        Trace Adams
        Tulsa +7

        Browns/Jets Under 40
        Temple?Tulsa Under 57

        Wayne Root

        Reply With Quote

        Last edited by jdmoose1950; 09-20-2018, 03:41 PM.


        • #5
          New York Jets @ DR BOB
          Cleveland Browns

          Thu, Sep 20 5:20 PM

          Rotation: 301, Odds: Cleveland Browns -3, Total: 40.5

          Game Analysis view matchup stats

          Lean – New York Jets (+3) over CLEVELAND
          It looks like the Browns will be favored by a field goal for the first time in 40 games, a streak going all the way back to week 12 of 2015. While Cleveland is certainly much improved and could easily be 2-0 right now (instead of 0-1-1), we prefer to take the points. We went against New York last week with a Best Bet win on Miami but the Jets actually played better than expected in that 12-20 loss. Through two games New York has outgained their opponents 6.1 yards per play to 5.0 yppl while rookie quarterback Sam Darnold has completed 66% of his passes while averaging a robust 7.5 yards per pass play.
          Cleveland’s offense has struggled so far (just 4.5 yppl) but the Browns’ defense, which was actually pretty solid last season on a yards per play allowed basis, yielded just 5.4 yppl to very good offensive teams Pittsburgh and New Orleans. The Browns will be a good test for Darnold, who could be facing real pressure this week with a banged up offensive line. The Jets had a below-average offensive line coming into the season and now they will potentially be without LG James Carpenter. Cleveland DT Larry Ogunjobi has recorded 3 sacks already this season, 2nd among interior defensive linemen, and should exploit backup left guard Dakota Dozier while Myles Garrett must be dealt with on the edge. The Jets may be forced into playing a blocking tight end to protect Sam Darnold’s blind side.
          While I commend Cleveland on how well they’ve played so far against two good teams, the Browns are still finding improbable ways to not win games and our ratings favor them by just 2 points in this game. This will be New York’s 3rd game in 11 days and they may show signs of fatigue. In fact, the previous 12 teams that have been in that scheduling situation in the past 39 years are just 3-9 ATS, including 1-5 ATS on the road. While the Jets’ demanding schedule is a concern, I will still lean with New York at +3 points or more based on a 10-50-2 ATS week 3 situation that applies to Cleveland.


          • #6
            Tulsa @ DR BOB

            Thu, Sep 20 4:30 PM

            Rotation: 303, Odds: Temple -7, Total: 54.5

            Game Analysis view matchup stats

            TEMPLE (-7) 28 Tulsa 26
            After two really bad performances in home losses to Villanova and Buffalo the Owls of Temple turned this around last week with a resounding 35-14 road win at Maryland. Temple is not as bad as those first two games and they’re certainly not as good as they were last week, although the change of quarterbacks (from Frank Nutile to Anthony Russo) looks like a good decision so far. Russo will have to be good again given how bad the Temple running game is (3.6 yards per rushing play) but Tulsa has actually been good defending the pass so far this season. The Golden Hurricane have yielded just 6.3 yards per pass play to 3 better than average passing teams and that defense has been better than average overall through 3 games, which is certainly surprising.
            Another surprise is the fact that Tulsa’s offense has been the problem for that team, as the Hurricane have managed to average only 5.3 yards per play against teams that would allow 5.9 yppl to an average offensive team. Temple’s defense is 0.4 yppl better than average overall but Tulsa has an advantage running the football, as they’ve averaged 230 rushing yards per game at 5.1 yards per rushing play against a trio of pretty run defenses – including 5.0 yprp against a good Texas defense. Temple has allowed 5.2 yprp to teams that would combine to average only 4.5 yprp against an average team and the Hurricane should be able to move the chains by continuing to utilize their ground game (averaging 45 rushing plays per game).
            Tulsa has been better than expected so far this season, as their defense looks like the 2016 version (just 0.1 yards per play worse than an average FBS team) rather than the horrible unit they had last season (1.6 yppl worse than average). I see value with the underdog in this game against a Temple team that’s been horrible in two of their 3 games so far.


            • #7
              thx,JDMoose,as alwsays