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  • capcondo
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    To be honest with you, last week (week #8), I didn't play the Thursday night game between the Vikings and Washington due to the size of the line. However, after reading Barry's comments above, I ran a query in the database I use to find out how Thursday home favorites have fared when favored by more than 14 points between week 8 and week 14. This only happened one other time in 1992 when the Cowboys covered against the Giants on Thanksgiving as a 16 pt. favorite 30-3.

    There are likely four Thursday home favorites this year prior to week 15. They are:

    Week 11: Browns vs. Steelers
    Week 12: Texans vs. Colts
    Week 13: Cowboys vs. Bills
    Week 14: Bears vs. Cowboys

    This week, Cards at home against the Niners will not qualify since the Niners are heavily favored.

    GL

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  • Barryt
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    Min didn’t try to score the last 9 min of the game, it was excruciating to watch .

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  • Barryt
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    Originally posted by capcondo View Post
    BarryT has done some great original work on the home favorite Thursday night trend. I was 6-1 last year following this trend and I'm grateful. After the Packers won in week 1, I took another look and this is what I found:

    Week 1: Counting this year, the Thursday home favorite is 9-4-2 ATS
    Week 2 thru week 7: Thursday home favorite is 12-15-1 ATS
    Week 8 thru week 14: Thursday home favorite is 60-30-1 ATS
    Week 15 thru week 16: Thursday home favorite is 7-6-1 ATS

    Conclusion:

    Week 1: I can't explain. The teams are rested. I believe in the long run this is going to even out.
    Week 2 thru 7: This is a small data set but the home favorite is under .500. I conclude here that the teams are not worn down so it came out more or less like I would expect. I'm not going to bet the Thursday night favorite in these weeks. But, it is a small data set.
    Week 8 thru week 14: This is a larger data set which incorporates the Thanksgiving games. It is 67% ATS. Teams are starting to wear down. These are the Thurs home favs I'm going to bet.
    Week 15-16: Too small a data set; too close to .500. I'll pass here.

    Food for thought.
    It is now week 8 and I quote Capcondo

    Week 8 thru week 14: This is a larger data set which incorporates the Thanksgiving games. It is 67% ATS. Teams are starting to wear down. These are the Thurs home favs I'm going to bet.
    And those Fav by 10 or more are 10-1 ATS and repeating myself from today’s thread
    Dont think MINNY will overlook WASH as they remember losing outright to Buffalo last year with a similar line. The O line was their down fall last year as Buff D had their way with them
    This year the Oline is much better
    Min -16.5
    Last edited by Barryt; 10-24-2019, 01:17 PM.

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  • Barryt
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    Originally posted by DaveyShines View Post
    Like the Rams to bounce back from a horrible game. They opened -1.5 and all the money has poured in on the Seahawks. An overreaction. Goff will steady the ship. His receivers will get open and the Rams D was embarrassed and will be eager to make amends.
    Surprised the score wasn’t higher although turn overs after long drives and missed field goals kept the score down but still well over 49. Rams D has trouble against the run and WILSON is too elusive for any pass rush to be effective. Next week SF offers similar challenge for Rams D but Garrafalo is probably not as elusive as WILSON nor WINSTON,.
    That being said, I have never actually seen Garrafalo play

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  • DaveyShines
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    Like the Rams to bounce back from a horrible game. They opened -1.5 and all the money has poured in on the Seahawks. An overreaction. Goff will steady the ship. His receivers will get open and the Rams D was embarrassed and will be eager to make amends.

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  • Barryt
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    If this game were played last week, what would the line be. Hint Westgate look ahead was Rams-1. 5
    Lyr Rams won by 2. So I expect a close game with lots of yardageby both sides so my feeling it’s going to Over 49 it may be over 59. Just check the weather!
    gl
    barryt

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  • Barryt
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    Capcondo is on the right road.
    GBY had every chance but poor red zone performance .
    Also run defence was non existant.

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  • Barryt
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    Week 1 is Super Bowl champ at home except this year

  • capcondo
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    BarryT has done some great original work on the home favorite Thursday night trend. I was 6-1 last year following this trend and I'm grateful. After the Packers won in week 1, I took another look and this is what I found:

    Week 1: Counting this year, the Thursday home favorite is 9-4-2 ATS
    Week 2 thru week 7: Thursday home favorite is 12-15-1 ATS
    Week 8 thru week 14: Thursday home favorite is 60-30-1 ATS
    Week 15 thru week 16: Thursday home favorite is 7-6-1 ATS

    Conclusion:

    Week 1: I can't explain. The teams are rested. I believe in the long run this is going to even out.
    Week 2 thru 7: This is a small data set but the home favorite is under .500. I conclude here that the teams are not worn down so it came out more or less like I would expect. I'm not going to bet the Thursday night favorite in these weeks. But, it is a small data set.
    Week 8 thru week 14: This is a larger data set which incorporates the Thanksgiving games. It is 67% ATS. Teams are starting to wear down. These are the Thurs home favs I'm going to bet.
    Week 15-16: Too small a data set; too close to .500. I'll pass here.

    Food for thought.

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  • Barryt
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    Wrote this for week 3 but forgot the " post" button
    Week=3
    Another Division game but a home dog.
    Home dogs are 36-45 and Div HD are 18-20
    Jax won outright as home dog. I passed as HD were just 18-20 ATS
    Week 4
    GBY -4 hosts PHA
    HF are 79-51= 60.8% ATS
    HF non Div are 36-13 =69% ATS
    We lost our $50 bet on Car 2 weeks ago so our BR is now $950
    Using the larger sample 60.8% and 1/2 kelly says to bet $86. Feel confident to bet this as the smaller sample says to bet $172 and I believe there are other factors that favor GBY.

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  • Barryt
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    The caution about the TNF trend for week 1 was heeded and money saved as the Bears and Packers both struggled to score.On the other hand the implied 13-1 ATS for SB champs won easily and money was made

    Now we are back to normal TNF routine. The only caution is once again this is a division game
    Here's the stats for home favs.
    day = Thursday and week > 1 and HF
    SU:101-31-0 (8.37, 76.5%)
    ATS:79-50-3 (2.16, 61.2%) avg line: -6.2

    The way all the money is on Car I'm betting now to avoid the rise from 6.5 to 7
    1/2 Kellly says to bet 9% of BR. That's normally a little steep for me., esp a Div game, but I'll make separate BR just for TNF and bet 9% of that.
    There are 14 moreTNF and the 2 Txgiving Aft games
    Gl Barryt

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  • marcbryanjacob
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    Contest has it 3 lines out

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  • Barryt
    started a topic TNF starting SEP 5

    TNF starting SEP 5

    Last year we rode the TNF to a
    day = Thursday and HF and season = 2018
    SU: 11-1-0 (13.08, 91.7%) Chiefs lost to Chargers
    ATS: 10-1-1 (7.29, 90.9% Rams Vikes pushed
    ... record including a txgiving day game.. our premise was that TNF gave the home team the advantage due to the short week with travel for the road team.
    the all time record for HF is
    114-32-0 (8.41, 78.1%)
    88-53-5 (2.31, 62.4%)
    However closer examination shows week1 , where disruption should be neglible, in a very small sample, the HF does better than the rest of the season
    day = Thursday and HF and week = 1
    SU: 13-1-0 (8.79, 92.9%) Only loser was Pats 2004
    ATS: 9-3-2 (3.71, 75.0%) avg line: -5.1
    In the past it’s been SB [email protected] home, but this year it’s [email protected] So that does make a difference as It was the SB champs first game after winning.


    As far as regular handicapping is concerned a case can be made for either team, but I’d lean to Chi as they kept their coach, while Gbay is all new. IMO the line reflects Green Bay being back to the glory days and I’m not buying it. Yet!

    LMM also picks the Bears 29-20 and the LIMPER 30-24
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