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#126
Posted: 1/11/2012 6:47:06 PM

Working on the write ups for this weekend's playoff games now....


NBA:

New Jersey @ Denver Under 198.5 for 2.2 U’s to win 2 Units

LA Lakers @ Utah Over 184.5   for 2.2 U’s to win 2 U’s

LA Clippers +4 U’s for 1.1 U’s to win 1 U

New York Knicks +4 for 2.2 U’s to win 2 U’s

Philiadephia @ New York Over 196.5  2.2 U’s to win 2 U’s

NCAABB: Temple +9.5 for 3.3 U’s to win 3 U’s

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Posted: 1/11/2012 6:47:45 PM
will update my totals at the end of the evening....BoL 2 all!  
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#128
Posted: 1/11/2012 7:58:35 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by KScapping:

Working on the write ups for this weekend's playoff games now....


NBA:

New Jersey @ Denver Under 198.5 for 2.2 U’s to win 2 Units

LA Lakers @ Utah Over 184.5   for 2.2 U’s to win 2 U’s

LA Clippers +4 U’s for 1.1 U’s to win 1 U

New York Knicks +4 for 2.2 U’s to win 2 U’s

Philiadephia @ New York Over 196.5  2.2 U’s to win 2 U’s

NCAABB: Temple +9.5 for 3.3 U’s to win 3 U’s

Obviously, the Knicks line is a typo.. it is -4
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Posted: 1/12/2012 7:00:26 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by KScapping:

Working on the write ups for this weekend's playoff games now....


NBA:

New Jersey @ Denver Under 198.5 for 2.2 U’s to win 2 Units  

LA Lakers @ Utah Over 184.5   for 2.2 U’s to win 2 U’s

LA Clippers +4 U’s for 1.1 U’s to win 1 U  

New York Knicks -4 for 2.2 U’s to win 2 U’s

Philiadephia @ New York Over 196.5  2.2 U’s to win 2 U’s

NCAABB: Temple +9.5 for 3.3 U’s to win 3 U’s 

 -0.6 U's...... Negates the exact + 0.6 that I profited on Monday..... spinning wheels .... not forward, not back....
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Posted: 1/12/2012 11:53:29 AM
KS lets make some Mooooooooooola!
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Posted: 1/12/2012 2:05:14 PM
I like the Knicks +4.5, Magic -3, Indiana -9.5, Viginia +11, thoughts?
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Posted: 1/13/2012 10:34:35 PM

SAINTS @ 49ERS

There is opportunity in betting games that the public has a skewed view of.  The Saints / 49ers game is one of those games.

My contention is that the Saints are not nearly as dominant as what the public thinks they are on the road playing top ranked talent, and in open air stadiums.  They have played only one playoff team on the road in an open air stadium, and lost (GB).  Even against mediocre opponents on the road their performance dropped off significantly, and add the open air stadium factor, they get even worse. 

Overall scoring:

The Saints are behind the league leading Packers in total pts scored by only 13 pts for the season.

In the SuperDome:

·       @ home the Saints average 41.6 ppg

Saints away from the SuperDome

·       They average 27.25 pts  per game on the road.  (14.35 less pts per game than @ home)

·       In open air stadiums they average 25.8 ppg (15.8 ppg less than @ home)

·       At home, their average scoring margin is +22.6 pts

·       Away their average scoring margin is +2.75 pts (a difference of almost 20 pts per game)

·       In open air stadiums, the Saints scoring margin is +1.4 (that is against 5 teams with only 2 teams with winning records:  Tennessee and Green Bay)

 

In open air stadiums:

·       The Saints are 3-2 for a combined score of 129-122 (average score of 25.8 to 24.4)

·       The Saints have played only 1 playoff team away/open air:  Green Bay and Lost 37-42

·       They average 25.8 ppg in open air stadiums (vs Green Bay, Jacksonville, Carolina, Tampa Bay, Tennessee.)

·       Only 1 of the Saints last 10 games were played in an open top stadium, and not counting that game; the Saints averaged 36.7 ppg, and that one game away/outdoors?  Tennessee where they hung on to win 22-17.

Vs Quality teams:

·       On the road Vs. Top 10 pass defenses, top 10 defenses, or vs top 10 pass offenses the Saints are: GB L 34-42, Jacksonville W 23-10, STL L 21-31, Atlanta  W 26-23,  2-2 with a negative combined score of  104 to 106 (ave. score of 26 to 26.5).

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Posted: 1/13/2012 10:35:30 PM

Turnover margin in away games:

They Vs Green Bay -1, they lost, Vs Jacksonville -1, they won,  Vs Tampa Bay -4, they lost, Vs STL -1 they lost, They played 8 away games, they lost the turnover battle in 4 of those games, and lost 3 of them.  In those 4 games they had a combined score of  98 to 109 (that includes playing Jacksonville with their league worst offense)  NOTE:  The 49ers have failed to win a games turnover battle by +1 or better only twice this season: vs Detroit, and vs Baltimore, and the Saints have a negative season turnover margin of -3.

Last Saints playoff wins on the road:

0, none, nada, not one in their history.

 

San Francisco:

Is a run it up the gut, and pass into the flat type of team (only 7.1 yards per pass).   The Saints have a much better run D, than their pass D.  Look for Harbaugh to use more passes (short passes into the flat) to offset N.O.’s blitz packages. 

San Fran has averaged the NFL’s  8th best yards per rush average, but they have struggled to run the ball vs top 10 run defenses (vs Dallas 3.1 per carry, vs cincy 1.7 per carry, vs Baltimore 3.5, vs pitt 3.3).  New Orlean’s 6th ranked run D will necessitate San Fran establish a passing game early.  San Fran will pass on the vast majority of  1st downs, but we may see a noticeable increase of passing on 3rd downs as well (to attack N.O.’s weak passing D, and to offset their blitz’s with short passes into the flat). 

Strategies:

Harbaugh is going to establish the short passing game right away in hopes of making the Saints loosen up their loading of the box.  49ers know they are in trouble if they don’t get an early lead so they are going to use short passes, passes to the flat, and draws to make the Saints pay for their over the top blitzes.  The 49ers get a lead they will try to slow the game down and work the clock.

Peyton:  He is going to attempt the run even less than he normally does, but that is going to leave him vulnerable to the 49ers opportunistic defense.  His team is substantially less effective on real grass, and the fact the Candlestick Park is very close to sea level will perpetuate the disadvantage of less secure footing that will hurt N.O. substantially more than it hurts the 49ers.  Should the 49ers get a lead Brees will take more chances than he normally does.

 

Intagiables: 

·       N.O. has went 9 straight ATS, if they beat the spread on Saturday, they will be the 3rd  team to have a 10, or more game win streak vs ATS in the last 25 (or more) years.   If the Saints wins vs the spread for the next 3 games, it will be the first time that was done in 25 years by any team.

·       The Saints have never won a road playoff game…EVER

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SAN FRANCISCO +4  FOR 6.6 UNITS

NEW ORLEANS / SAN FRANCISCO UNDER 47.5  FOR 4.4 UNITS

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Posted: 1/14/2012 5:28:36 AM
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Posted: 1/14/2012 6:35:09 AM
thanks bikemcr!  U as well! 
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Posted: 1/14/2012 11:28:02 AM
I AM ON EM TOO!  
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Posted: 1/14/2012 1:16:21 PM
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Posted: 1/14/2012 7:01:24 PM
Bol.  Is. Love the write up. I am on both with you.

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Posted: 1/14/2012 8:38:51 PM

Damn if it just would have stayed 24-23 Saints it would have been sweet .

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Posted: 1/14/2012 9:00:59 PM

 Congrats KS on the 49ers!!!

 

 

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Posted: 1/14/2012 9:16:09 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by bikemcr:

Damn if it just would have stayed 24-23 Saints it would have been sweet .

 Yeah... 21 pts in the last (just over) 5 mins of the game....oh well, still cashed to a profit
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Posted: 1/14/2012 9:16:48 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by Guy_2U:

 Congrats KS on the 49ers!!!

 

 

 Thanks Guy...BoL2U 
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Posted: 1/14/2012 9:20:28 PM
I pride myself on not having loyalties for/against any teams (that is a risky endevor), but when the Saints won one single Championship in 40 + years and started talking 'Dynasty'.... I cannot help but to smile when they lose in the playoffs.... I gota work on that 
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Posted: 1/14/2012 10:06:01 PM

KS : right you won your big bet just the same .  

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#145
Posted: 1/15/2012 8:17:58 AM

Texans at Raven -7.5

 

Will Joe Flacco step up to be the leader the Ravens have groomed him to be?

Flacco is no stranger to playing against tough defenses; playing in the AFC North—bar none, the toughest defensive division in the NFL (the only division with 4 teams in the top 10 in overall defense this season). 

·       At home vs top 10 pass D’s (as is Houston’s #3 rated pass D), he has an average passer rating of 93.65

·       At home vs top 10 run D’s (as is Houston’s #4 ranked Run D), he has an average passer rating of 100.4.

·       Vs Houston in their first meeting in Baltimore this season, he had a passer rating of 78.5, and went 20 for 33 with 0 TD’s and 1 INT

·       Flacco’s average passer rating @ home is 85.9.

Flacco Blunder games:

@ Home vs NYJ’s:

Flacco put up one of the worst performance’s that I have seen by a team that made the playoffs (that I can remember anyway), the only reason the Ravens won that game is due to Mark Sanchez being even worse than Flacco was.  Flacco was 10 for 31 for 163 yards with 0 TD’s, 1 INT and no Ints(I know it does not sound too bad, but it was).  Flacco had a season worst passer rating in that game (37.4)

Flacco vs. Arizona:

 had struggled at home against Arizona, and made some pretty bad mistakes.  He fumbled deep in his own territory to give AZ an very short field for their first, and go ahead, touchdown in the second quarter.  Bmore gave up a kickoff return for a TD, and then Flacco threw an INT to give the Cards another short field/TD.  Flacco went 5 for 6 in the opening drive of the 3rd Quarter to set Rice up for a 1 yard TD score to bring Bmore within 10 of AZ.  On the next possession Flacco fumbled again, but the Ravens retained the ball.  Flacco then went 5 for 9 to set Rice up for another 1 yard TD run. 

There does not seem to be rhyme of reason as to why Flacco, who has a mediocre season Passer Rating of 80.9, can have a P.R’ing of 117 vs the leagues best pass D Pittsburgh Steelers, and a P.R’ing of 37 against the Jets.  Two things I have to give him credit for…1) he wins, and does well vs ATS.  2) He does pretty well in big games this season (i.e. Pitt 1, and Pitt 2, SF—pressure as they were tied w/ Pitt for division lead.).  it is misleading to look at his season passer ratings over the last few years (down from the last 2 years, because he went against 4 more tough defenses that were not so tough the last 2 years—Cleveland and Cincinnati.  I think Flacco plays one of his better games vs a good all around D of Houston.  It is also interesting to note that Flacco has faced 11 of his 16 regular season games vs teams that were rated in the top 10 in overall defense, top 10 in pass defense, or top 10 in run defense.

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#146
Posted: 1/15/2012 8:18:24 AM

Can TJ Yate Be ‘mistake-free’ to keep his team close ( within 7.5 of the Ravens)?

Yates played 7 games this season; 3 were against top defenses (2X Cincinnati, and 1 against Jacksonville), but that is kind of misleading as well.  Both Jacksonville and Cincinnati’s defenses were mere shadows of what they were in the early season.  Cincinatti Lost their best run stopper (Sims) in the Cleveland game on Nov. 27th and they never seemed to be able to recover from the loss. On another note, I had Houston last week, but realize how lucky I got when Cincy secondary missed 3 would be INT’s (one of which would have been a pick 6 without a doubt), but Yates had a 97.7 passer rating all the same. Jax got progressively more beat up (they gave 25.8 pts per game in their last 5 games (the game before was against Houston who only scored 20 against them), and only 18.18 in the first 11 games of the season. 

·       Yates has an average passer rating (vs top Defenses) of 83.3.

·       Yate has an average passer rating of 84.1 on the road.

·       Yates has an average passer rating of 75.7 vs top defenses on the road.

The Ravens will be the absolute best defense that Yates has faced, bar none.  It will be in an extremely hostile environment.  This is the biggest game of his life, and I wonder if he is flipping his hotel remote right now, as opposed to sleeping—how does a rookie QB sleep before the biggest day of his life having never played an NFL game until the last 2 months ago?  Don’t get me wrong, I think T.J. is going to be an above average starting QB in the NFL, but I have very serious doubts about his ability to win this game on his arm if need be.

 

Ray Rice/Ricky Williams Vs Arian Foster/Ben Tate; who will dominate?

Arian Foster lit it up last weekend vs Cincy, but once more… Cincy has not been the same run D since losing Sims for the season.  Before Sims was injured, the Bengals allowed only 3.5 yards per attempt, but since losing him they allowed an average of 4.8 per carry (which would leave them in bottom 3rd of the league in run D.  In the first trip to Baltimore, Foster had only 49 yards on 15 carries (3.2 per rush), and Tate had 41 yards on 9 carries (4.5).  Bmore has a formidable Run D that will not allow Foster/Tate to take over the game, and they are going to allow Yates the opportunity to beat them on his arm, but not on the ground; they certainly have the personnel to carry out that game plan.  The only way Foster / Tate will do real damage is if Yates opens up an effective passing game, which would force Baltimore into pass prevention.

Rice had 101 yards on 23 carries vs Houston, allowed by Flacco’s 305 yards passing on 33 attempts.  Rice has an average of 4.7 per carry this season, and I think the week off has served him well.  Williams has 4.1 per carry this season, and is a formidable option when resting Rice.  Although the Texans are ranked 4th in rush defense, they have not had success against good running teams. Houston faced only 4 top 10 rushing teams, and lost every time they did; Carolina (they lost 28-13, and gave up 4.88 per carry), New Orleans (they lost, and gave up 4.55 yards per carry), Oakland (they lost 25-20 and gave up 4.3 yards per carry), Baltimore (they lost 29-14, and gave up 3.76 yards per carry).  Rice and Williams are going to be primed for this game, and I think they will have their way vs an over rated Houston run defense.

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Posted: 1/15/2012 8:19:31 AM

Texans never won a road playoff game, and the Ravens have not won @ home (playoffs) in over a decade, so what new trend will begin?

Of course Houston has never won a road playoff game, but they never lost one either.  The Trend more concerning is Balt’s 4-4 record in their last 8 playoff games, and the fact that Flacco has never played in a home playoff game; this adds to the jitters that he is probably experiencing right now.  Flacco has had plenty of post season experience for a QB of only 4 yrs; he has played in 7 (4-3)

 

How much will home field come into play in this game?

Quite a bit, in my opinion.  Yates looked very shakey last weekend going 5 for 12 for only 62 yards in the first half; 77 yards rushing in the first half helped stabilize what should have been a rough 1st half for the Texans.  That Ravens crowd will probably be as loud, or louder this weekend, but they won’t quit down for the Texans on third down this weekend.  In addition, Suggs and company are going to make Yate’s task much, much harder than the Bengals could.   The Noise is going to cause a few extra false starts for the rookie QB, which will put him in more obvious passing downs than what the Texans would prefer.

 

Can TJ Yates become the 3rd QB to win multiple playoff games in his rookie season?  I just don’t think so.  I think this Baltimore Raven’s defense is going to terrorize this kid.  He has 1 TD and 2 INTs in his last 4 games, and that just won’t do it vs this Ravens D.  They are going to shut down the run, and Yates is going to have to take some shots down field to loosen them up for covering the passes into the flat.  Passing down field will be into the territory of one of the NFLs best safties (Mr. Ed Reed), and that is going to be a dangerous proposition for Yates to undertake.

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Posted: 1/15/2012 8:20:02 AM

What will be the strategies for these two teams, and whose game plan will force the other to change?

Houston is going to try to pass on first downs—short passes over the top, or into the flat.  They will attempt some early draw plays to offset the Ravens rabid pass rush.  The Ravens are going to have Reed floating in the secondary waiting for Yates to make a mistake, and the cover guys are going to play up on the line to stop the screen passes.  Yates is going to have to take a few shots down field early to attempt to loosen up the box (run Defense), but I just don’t see him having success in this endeavor.  Houston’s best chance in this game is to keep it close until the forth quarter, and take advantage of the Ravens aging defense in hopes that fatigue will cause some broken coverages, ect.

Baltimore is going to run, run, and then take a few shots down field.  Baltimore is aware that Houston has given up an average of 4+ yards per carry vs good rushing teams, and they will force Houston to bring everyone up to try and stop them.  Once Houston starts playing the run, Harbaugh will take shots down field.  Their desire is to get up a couple scores on Houston and force Yates to go into passing mode, and that is where Baltimore will win the turnover battle (I see Baltimore with a +2, or better, turnover margin in this game.

 

Summary:

It is a fairly easy play on Baltimore when you consider:

·       Yates has 2 Int’s to only 1 TD in his last 4 games

·       Houston has faced only 4 top 10 running teams this season, and lost every one of those games

·       Yates has not faced the quality of defenses in his career that Flacco has faced this season

·       This is the first home playoff game in Baltimore in years, and they are going to be rabid

·       Flacco/Ravens have much more playoff experience, and I think to an extent that Houston is happy right now because they went further than any Texan team has, and Baltimore will consider anything less than a superbowl ring as a failure

·       Texans lost the first game with Schaub at the helm 14-29 (Schaub was 21-37 for 220… what can we even hope for Yates to turn in?)

·       64% of the public is on Houston in this game, yet the line opened at -7.5 in most houses, and is now at -8 in some, and unchanged in others.  Vegas is baiting the Texans play…don’t take it.

·       Lastly… I am not a conspiracy theorist, but I am rational enough to see how some calls seem to favor what is best for the NFL… what better storyline is there than to have 2 Harbaughs as 2 of the last 4 standing with a potential rematch of the ‘Sibling Rivalry’?....hmmmm.  The NFL will lose money (in ratings if a Yates driven Texans team advances)… once more, I am NOT a person who thinks that corruption effects very much at all in professional sports, but sometimes those ticky tac calls seem to favor the NFL’s way of thinking it seems….lucky for us all the other tangibles favor us anyway

Ravens -7.5  for 8.8 Units

 

 

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Posted: 1/15/2012 8:27:25 AM
ALSO ON THE GB PACKERS -5 FIRST HALF FOR 3.3 UNITS
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Posted: 1/15/2012 8:52:51 AM
Again great write up KS . BOL today ... If you don`t mind saying how much per unit as a % of Bankroll do you bet .
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