HOUSTON - 1.5
with you here compadre… As I stated last
week before dropping some change with Cleveland,
Bill O'Brien should have made the move to Mallett several weeks ago as his
skill set makes a good Texan offense lethal AND puts them in position to chase
down the Colts. Although Cincinnati was extremely impressive last week as they
spanked New Orleans in their dome where they are
virtually impossible to beat, they still have mistake prone Dalton under center and Marvin Lewis calling
the shots. It is unlikely the second
best back in the league (Foster) will go in this matchup, but I still like the
Texans in this spot.
that being said, put me down for Houston
minus the miniscule chalk at the house for a Dime please. Thanks!
NOTE: In addition to the side play, add Over the Total for a Nickel please. Thanks!
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Last week's performances by Ryan Mallett and Andy Dalton have given their respective teams reason to think postseason – for at least one week anyway – when the Cincinnati Bengals visit the Houston Texans on Sunday. Mallett replaced a struggling Ryan Fitzpatrick and looked anything but a first-time starter in throwing for 211 yards and two touchdowns as Houston rolled up a season-high 424 yards in a 23-7 win at upstart Cleveland. Winning in Houston has been no easy task for the Bengals, who have
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