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Posted: 10/7/2012 11:45:18 AM
I think the Browns have a couple of WR's out...  not sure I you already included that in your number.. Just FYI..... +9.5 ... umm...still have about an hour to pull the pistol out... 
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Posted: 10/7/2012 11:45:37 AM
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Posted: 10/7/2012 11:46:43 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by 23Fisher:

I think the Browns have a couple of WR's out...  not sure you already included that in your number.. Just FYI..... +9.5 ... umm...still have about an hour to pull the pistol out... 

Corrected... had a typo CMJ...^^
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Posted: 10/8/2012 12:35:22 AM
New England Patriots -6.5  (2.2 to win 2)

Had to take this number under a touchdown.  The Patriots showed last week the balance and domination that this offense can provide.  Defensively they are still not close to where they need to be, but still improving.  The home favorites certainly tend to dominate in this series...and Peyton Manning enjoys throwing to the Patriots cornerbacks in most of their meetings.  Brady will put up enough points to take this one down.

Prediction:  Patriots 35  Broncos 24



Pittsburgh Steelers ML  (1.7 to win 1)

Going a little softer here on the spread because I can't commit to the 3.5 points, and I also don't feel that great about the Eagles getting points.  The Steelers have two weeks of rest, and are finally healthy, and will be looking at this game to get back into the divisional battle with the Ravens and Bengals.  The Steelers win at home...and that's what I'm riding with.

Prediction:  Steelers 21  Eagles 17



Cleveland Browns +9.5  (2.2 to win 2)

Was waiting for a while to get this line high enough to be tasty.  The Browns have been feisty the past couple weeks, and have shown an ability to hang tough late in games.  The Giants continue to struggle to show dominance at home.  0-6 ATS at home as favorites with this spread...no reason to think that it will continue.  Can't see the Browns winning the game because they are still the Browns...but they should keep it within a touchdown.

Prediction:  Giants 23  Browns 16


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Posted: 10/8/2012 12:36:11 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by scalabrine:


If you see the Steelers winning 21-17 then lay the 3.5!!!

I know you aren't comfortable with it but isn't every NFL line made to make you feel that way. Too much juice on the ML for me. It's Pitt straight up laying the 3.5 and I'll take my chances. I think you should reconsider it if you haven't locked these in yet given you think they'll win by 4 anyhow.


That's why sir...I couldn't pull myself to take the Eagles because of Vick's turnover problems, but crazy things have happened. 
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