Picking Winners One Play at a Time
November 13, 2018 6:33 am

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NFL Spot Play winner for Sunday’s NFC Playoff Game

There is only one game I love this weekend and it is the NFC matchup between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Green Bay Packers. One team has been overrated since before the season started, and after week one, they had no running game for the remainder of the season. Of course, I’m talking about the […]

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Solid Spot Play in the 1st College Bowl Game of the Season

Take the LOUISVILLE CARDINALS laying 3 points against SOUTHERN MISS in the Dec. 21 St. Peterburg Bowl. Why is a 6-6 team the favorite against an 8-4 team? Because UofL is a rejuvinated program under 2-time National Champion and 1st year coach Charlie Strong.  Under Strong’s guidance, UofL went from a program picked last in […]

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NFL Spot Plays for Week #5

TAMPA BAY +6.5 Love the Bucs hear to play the overrated Bengals tough. They can keep this game close and cover. DENVER +6.5 Got like the Broncos and their high flying offense at a Ravens D, that is great, but unproven against the pass. Also, Ravens rarely blow out teams.  Denver keeps this close. KANSAS […]

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NFL Week 3 Spot Plays

Now that we have seen a couple week’s action and what some of these teams have to offer, it is time to give out a few spot plays for week 3.  We are 1-1 on the season with our spots plays in the NFL. DETROIT +10.5 Take the Lions with a big spread against a […]

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World Cup Betting Pool Advice

by Elise M. The World Cup is upon us again, and what do i mean? The prospect to put your funds into a World Cup betting pool and hope to your advantage final result. But initially, it is important to research before you buy. One residential English expert has looked into the odds and revealed […]

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BCS Title Game selection

The @spotplay is on ALABAMA CRIMSON TIDE. They have been simply awesome this year, and the games in which I watched TEXAS I was not impressed. Also, they lack a serious running game, and that alone could be the major difference here. Alabama covers.

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