Ravens vs. Broncos
The Ravens and Broncos open the 2013 NFL season Thursday night. Oddsmakers are giving the defending Super Bowl champs 9.5 points but if you're on the fence as to which way to wager, perhaps let each team's cheerleaders sway your play.
The Ravens knocked off the Broncos in the AFC Divisional Round and are 8-2-1 ATS in their last 11 meetings with Denver.
Denver has stepped up on the big stage in the past, going 4-0 ATS in its last four showings on Thursday Night Football.
The Ravens haven't wasted time getting points on the board early in the season. Baltimore is 7-1 over/under in its last eight September games.
The total for Thursday's game is 48. Fans of the over should know the Broncos are 20-7-1 over/under in their last 28 home games and 38-17-1 over/under in their last 56 games overall.
If you're still unsure on which team to wager on Thursday - Baltimore or Denver - then let the cheerleaders make up your mind. Who has the hottest squad: Ravens or Broncos?
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**UNBELIEVEABLE BUT TRUE!** Ben Burns was a PERFECT 7-0 on Tuesday and is now an ABSOLUTELY RIDICULOUS 20-2 over the past four days. Here, Ben takes a look at this evening's Nebraska/Wisconsin contest.
The coaching change a distant memory, Wisconsin is playing its best basketball these days. The Badgers check in off a double-digit win over Ohio State and with a 5-0 SU/ATS record over their past five games.
The Huskers are also off a big win. However, it was a costly one. Senior forward Shavon Shields suffered a concussion and won't be at tonight's game. He hasn't even been able to attend classes this week and its been emotional for the entire team. Shields is both a skilled scorer and an inspirational leader. He's started more than 100 consecutive games for this team; only five other players in school history can say that. I believe he's going to be missed.
With an O/U line in the mid-high 130s, the pace figures to favor the Badgers. Nebraska is 8-18-1 ATS (5-22 SU) the last 27 times it played a road game with an O/U line in the 135 to 139.5 range. Wisconsin, on the other hand, is 18-8-1 ATS (25-2 SU) the last 27 times it played a home game with a total in the 135 to 139.5 range.
The Huskers won last season's meeting here by 15 points. Given the way they're playing right now and with Nebraska playing sans Shields, another double-digit win won't surprise. Consider laying the points.
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