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2018 NFL P.O.W. (Play Of the Week) Contest: Week 8 (Oct 25-29) Post Plays Here

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  • #46
    Pow3-4

    WARSHINGTON REDSKINS-1 CANTOR

    Easy call here. 2 tms heading opposite directions. Nothing more nothing less. Just don't push.

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    • #47
      NFL POW (3-4-0) 3 points

      Was -1 WYNN LV

      Redskins 100% ats in div games this year. Giants are 0% ats in div games this year. One point spread is essentially a pick. No brainer pick. Giants playing for 1st pick in draft.

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      • #48
        POW 3-2
        LA Rams -71/2 Westgate
        everthing is saying take ,gb rams need a statement win.
        lost 5 in a row Goff and Todd Gurley get it done

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        • #49
          NFL P.O.W. (2-4-1, 2.5 Pts)

          Jets/Chi over 42 William Hill

          Both these teams are at times inconsistent but with flashes of strong offense. They are consistent this year in non conference games, both 100% over against the total, jets averaging 15 points over total nd Bears averaging 19.5 points over total.

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          • #50
            NFL P.O.W. (3-4-0) 3 Points YTD

            NO -2 CG Technology

            Saints 5-0 su and 4-1 ats last five games. Saints second in scoring in league and viking defense not as strong this year. Vikings 3-0 su and ats, but all against teams below .500. Saints 3-7-1 ats at Minnesota, but 11-1 last 12 in October. Saints one of top teams in league through first half of season. Notch 6th win in a row for Saints.

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            • #51
              NFL P.O.W. (3-4-0 ytd, 3 points)

              NO -2 Stations and others

              Advance lines for next week shows NO spread as pick 'em against high rolling #1 dvoa offense Rams, while Vikings favored by 6.5 over Detroit- dvoa #20 offense, #30 defense. Saints are #4 offense and #25 defense dvoa, Vikings are #16 offense and #17 defense dvoa. Vikings are 100% ats as a dog this season, but their average margin of victory is minus 2.5 points. Saints are just 50% ats as favorite this season, but their average margin of victory is plus 8.5 points. Minnesota has not been a home dog until now, but as road favorite Saints are 100% ats with average margin of victory of 15 points - averaging 11.5 points over the spread. In conference games, both teams are 75% ats, with Saints averaging 9.2 points margin of victory and Vikings averaging 2.6 points margin of victory. Saints win and cover.

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              • #52
                NFL P.O.W. (2-4)

                Bills +14 (Will Hill and others)

                Can't pass up first NFL double-digit home dog of season. Derek Anderson should (hopefully) have a better outing after another full week with the Buffalo starters, which don’t forget are 2-0 ATS as double-digit dogs already this season (the inexplicable 27-6 rout in Week 3 at Minnesota as 16-point dogs and covering as 10.5-point dogs two weeks ago in a 20-13 loss at Houston). The Patriots are certainly capable of winning by more than two touchdowns, but part of what makes double-digit home dogs so strong is that the favorite doesn’t have to win by such a large margin; they’re usually content to just coast to a victory and get out of there.

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                • #53
                  1-5-1
                  vikings +2 cgt
                  ill take the team with the better d at home.

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                  • #54
                    4-3 (4-Points)
                    NE -14 (wynn)

                    Forgot to make a pick this week, so MNF it is. All is right in NE as the Sox win the 4th Title in 14 years. The football team will shine right though a bad buffalo team and will post a shutout. Brady will find Gordon more and NE wins this one in a landslide, 34-0.

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                    • #55
                      2018 NFL P.O.W. (2-4-1)

                      NEW ENGLAND-BUFFALO UNDER 44 1/2 (MGM)

                      Well, if I’d gotten my act together and posted yesterday, I’d have taken the Vikings and lost, so this feels like a free roll. Procrastination and disorganization has its virtues! Buffalo has no offense, so for this to go over, the Patriots would have to do all the scoring. While they’re capable of that, I have a feeling they’re going to be content to get an early lead, then keep the clock running. Gronk is banged up. Gordon is reportedly going to miss the first quarter for disciplinary reasons. Buffalo has an underrated defense and a defensive-minded coach, which also should help keep the scoring down.

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                      • #56
                        NFL POW (3-4-0)

                        Pats/Bills OVER 44.5 (MGM)

                        Pats have averaged 34 points per game last 3 in this series. Pats have given up nearly 30 ppg on the road this year. Buffalo has been on the road for 4 of last 5, but now return home where they have played better. Believe Pats will take big lead early then put in a lot of reserves as they look forward to Green Bay next week. This will allow Buffalo to score late and push this total over.

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                        • #57
                          POW 2-4
                          NE -13.5 Mirage
                          Well almost missed it again. Once again I was going with the TNF game but obviously forgot to post
                          so one game left and there’s no doubt in my mind even with a Bills hat on my head that NE has the abilility to name the score here .weather is fine, for Buffalo..While Buffs defence May keep them in the game, they will be on the field too long so NE pulls away at the end. Bellichick isn’t going to rest anyone and allow a back door cover.

                          "A missed FG is a turnover " Michael Lombardi
                          “The bigger the edge, the fewer the bets we need to verify our strategy.” Jim Makos

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