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Posted: 1/16/2013 6:32:13 PM
For all New England backers.   If you have NE at -9 and the Ravens go up 7-0, that means NE is going to have to score 3x's (with 2 scores having to be a touchdown) in a row without the Ravens answering.  Do you think that is realistic?  If you answer yes then bet NE.  If the answer is no then the bet is Ravens.

  Also just a thought. As boring as the Texans offense was last week, they did come with-in one possession of covering the spread.  Ravens have a much more prolific offense then Texans.  I don't think this is a hard one.
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Posted: 1/16/2013 6:38:17 PM

Texans 416 points...

Ravens 398 points.....

Clueless Clown.....

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Posted: 1/16/2013 6:38:20 PM
not really houston offense is pretty gud they did beat baltimore bad
 43-13 . the problem is not the start its the finish. pats don't let off the gas like many teams i can c it being 31-24 late with a pats td or fg to cover 38 -24 or 34-24
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Posted: 1/16/2013 7:57:48 PM
PAts roll man. They will be up 14-0 early in the 1st quarter and then take off late
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Posted: 1/16/2013 8:20:53 PM

Great point Dood ! I'm all over the Raven's anyway, but Brady Bunch Backer's would be wise to give that some thought.

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Posted: 1/16/2013 8:25:14 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by illnasty10:

PAts roll man. They will be up 14-0 early in the 1st quarter and then take off late


I see it the other way..

NE's MO is...close game for 3 quarters...then bury them on the 4th.
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Posted: 1/16/2013 8:30:46 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by shrimp1958:

Texans 416 points...

Ravens 398 points.....

Clueless Clown.....


Stats are for squares. Thats why there is so many, so many categories and most importantly they are made so readily available to the public squares like yourself.  Im sure Denver had more points scored in the regular season then the Ravens and how did that work out?  You probably had Denver.  


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Posted: 1/16/2013 8:48:32 PM
new to gambling?
Who cares if Ravens go up first.
You can't look at it like that.
How far down were the Pats to the 9ers?

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Posted: 1/16/2013 9:38:10 PM
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Originally Posted by Doodlebop:

For all New England backers.   If you have NE at -9 and the Ravens go up 7-0, that means NE is going to have to score 3x's (with 2 scores having to be a touchdown) in a row without the Ravens answering.  Do you think that is realistic?  If you answer yes then bet NE.  If the answer is no then the bet is Ravens.

  Also just a thought. As boring as the Texans offense was last week, they did come with-in one possession of covering the spread.  Ravens have a much more prolific offense then Texans.  I don't think this is a hard one.

 

That will be like saying, if NE goes up 7-0, all they have to do is a FG better scoring-wise than Hou to cover.

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Posted: 1/16/2013 9:38:48 PM

^^

the rest of the way

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Posted: 1/16/2013 11:06:47 PM
Im w/tony...doesnt matter. Thats not asking much of the #1 scoring offense, nor is this a stretch. SF fell 0-7 and then 7-14 to high powered GB last wk and won the game by 14.
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Posted: 1/17/2013 11:19:05 AM
Pats can score in a hurry.
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Posted: 1/17/2013 11:28:01 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by bunny651:

 

That will be like saying, if NE goes up 7-0, all they have to do is a FG better scoring-wise than Hou to cover.

 

But the question is If the Ravens go up first 7-0.  Thats what this thread is about.  Also SF was up 4 tds when the Pats came back.  SF lost intensity and played soft after such a big lead.  I think you would have an argument if the Pats were leading by 28 points in that game.

Ravens can also score in a hurry. More importantly and its the obvious bait.  -9 spread asking for action on the Pats.  A bait spread covers very seldom.  The Pats did it last week.  Can they do it 2 weeks in a row?   If i was betting the Pats I'd feel better if the line was -10.5

 

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QUOTE Originally Posted by Doodlebop:

 

But the question is If the Ravens go up first 7-0.  Thats what this thread is about.  Also SF was up 4 tds when the Pats came back.  SF lost intensity and played soft after such a big lead.  I think you would have an argument if the Pats were leading by 28 points in that game.

Ravens can also score in a hurry. More importantly and its the obvious bait.  -9 spread asking for action on the Pats.  A bait spread covers very seldom.  The Pats did it last week.  Can they do it 2 weeks in a row?   If i was betting the Pats I'd feel better if the line was -10.5

 


It's interesting that Harbaugh brothers would share game plans to beat Pats, John certainly very familiar with Pats' schemes and Jim's team did beat NE not long ago at Foxborough.  
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Posted: 1/17/2013 6:52:24 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by Doodlebop:

 

But the question is If the Ravens go up first 7-0.  Thats what this thread is about.  Also SF was up 4 tds when the Pats came back.  SF lost intensity and played soft after such a big lead.  I think you would have an argument if the Pats were leading by 28 points in that game.

Ravens can also score in a hurry. More importantly and its the obvious bait.  -9 spread asking for action on the Pats.  A bait spread covers very seldom.  The Pats did it last week.  Can they do it 2 weeks in a row?   If i was betting the Pats I'd feel better if the line was -10.5

 


You'd feel better if the line was -10.5?!  I would argue that Vegas is baiting the public to take Baltimore, which is working.  There is no way that 9 points are warranted for the Pats to give a surging Baltimore team, also given all the trends.  
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Posted: 1/17/2013 7:27:37 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by Doodlebop:

 

But the question is If the Ravens go up first 7-0.  Thats what this thread is about.  Also SF was up 4 tds when the Pats came back.  SF lost intensity and played soft after such a big lead.  I think you would have an argument if the Pats were leading by 28 points in that game.

Ravens can also score in a hurry. More importantly and its the obvious bait.  -9 spread asking for action on the Pats.  A bait spread covers very seldom.  The Pats did it last week.  Can they do it 2 weeks in a row?   If i was betting the Pats I'd feel better if the line was -10.5

 

 

Based on these two teams, I don't think it's an obvious bait at all. They will have plently of action at 9 on Bal.

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Posted: 1/17/2013 8:15:57 PM
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You'd feel better if the line was -10.5?!  I would argue that Vegas is baiting the public to take Baltimore, which is working.  There is no way that 9 points are warranted for the Pats to give a surging Baltimore team, also given all the trends.  


If i was betting the Pats I would feel better about a -10.5 instead of -9.  -9 is an important tell.  Its fading the key number of 10. Which asks for action on the favorite.  At -10.5 the action according to "key numbers" is baiting the public to take the dog. Vegas wants more money on the Pats right now.  Why.  If you take a close look at line history.  Lines that are -2.5,-6, -6.5, -9,-9.5 have a bad history of covering.  while -3.5,-7,-7.5 -10,-10.5 have a very good history of covering. 
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Posted: 1/18/2013 2:26:13 AM
personally I would love for Bal to go up 7-0, then I could pound Ne ingame at a nice discount
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