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SettleDownSpaz
SettleDownSpaz
Strong finish. 
InVegas
InVegas
Found a workaround. Went through the team link instead of the match-up link.

Still need to get it fixed.

But I'm done posting.

Peace


InVegas
InVegas
Works for college fb past results on this link:

http://www.covers.com/pageLoader/pageLoader.aspx?page=/data/ncf/teams/pastresults/2016-2017/team34.html

But not college bkb links:

http://www.covers.com/pageLoader/pageLoader.aspx?page=/data/ncb/teams/pastresults/2016-2017/team2315.html

Need to get this fixed...
InVegas
InVegas
For example:

Virginia's Season Link points here: http://www.covers.com/pageLoader/pageLoader.aspx?page=/data/ncb/teams/pastresults/2016-2017/team2315.html

But when I click it redirects here: http://www.covers.com/error.html?aspxerrorpath=/pageLoader/pageLoader.aspx
InVegas
InVegas
All redirects end here: http://www.covers.com/error.html?aspxerrorpath=/pageLoader/pageLoader.aspx
InVegas
InVegas
It seems The redesign of the site screwed up The ENTIRE NCAAB Past Results Section of COVERS - It's all filled with error redirects.

Can't do homework?

Somebody have a solution?
bpickin
bpickin
Public perception makes the line. But look at it this way... Dan Quinn badly wanted to beat his old team. His team badly wanted to win for him. They emptied the tank trying to get that win. And.. that late non PI call took the life out of him (and the team)

San Diego wins outright this week. Takes the points and sprinkle a ml play with it.


LeagueCapper
LeagueCapper
It's tough for Patriot backers to ever see the Pats not covering. But it does happen. Nice cover by the Jets.
LeagueCapper
LeagueCapper
Think you've got the spot wrong on the Pats. They were all geeked up last week to exact revenge on the deflategate Colts. At the end of the game they ran out of energy, fizzled and went 3 and out several times to finish the game. Mission accomplished, got revenge, satisfied... Meanwhile the Jets and Ryan Fitzpatrick (who knows how to play the Pats and isn't afraid of anything) steamrolled the Skins without breaking a sweat.

No Rex Ryan to geek up the Pats. Deflatagate load has been shot. Pats come out flat and Jets come into New England and easily cover imo, and possible get the outright win. Revis and that front 7 have a field day on Brady.


topshow
topshow
Topshow, are the Cardinals really any good? They played the Saints, Bears, and Niners. Those teams have 1 win between them. I'll throw a dart and take the Rams +7 and see what happens.

Bol
topshow
topshow
Topshow, great record last year...

Regarding the Bears - They haven't been close to a victory the last 2 weeks. They haven't sniffed the endzone since Cutler got injured. Cutler may be back, but with the Raiders rush defense gaining steam - and no Bears WR continuity - I don't expect the passing attack to do much. Beyond that, the Bears just got punished physically by a desperate Seattle team. - Their confidence is at an all time low... and they have John Fox as a coach.

If you had mentioned the Texans +6.5 I would agree

If you had mentioned the Rams +7 I would have agreed

If you would have mentioned the Giants +5.5 I may have agreed

I could even bite if you were on the Redskins

The Bears? No.

Raiders are hungry.

No play for me.
CheebaChez
CheebaChez
Can't win with turnovers in the redzone. Congrats on Denver winning.
CheebaChez
CheebaChez
Rams/Hawks from last week was a physical game, went to OT. You want value - take the Redskins and the points this weekend.

Seahawks will lose this weekend.

Broncos best chance is their defense forcing turnovers. Still, the Chiefs faced a Texans defense last week - so I think they're prepared for Denver.

Chiefs win at home and cover -3
LeagueCapper
LeagueCapper
Quote Originally Posted by LeagueCapper:


I havn't even posted a play nimrod, i'm sparking debate and there's good discussion in here because of it. Get lost troll, your opinion means nothing here


I guess the truth hurts. Sour grapes. I've been winning with Seattle - so my opinion counts for my bankroll.
LeagueCapper
LeagueCapper
LC, it's not surprising you're making an argument for Green Bay. You can't help yourself. You need vindication for some reason. Your ego is hurt, and you keep going down the same road. You should really remove your emotions because sometimes when it comes to a great team you have to believe what you see.

Green Bay as a team is intimidated by Seattle. And they should be. This is a team that got couldn't beat the 49ers in the playoffs 2 years in a row (last year at home in the cold).

The Seahawks are the Super Bowl Champs. They have home field. They don't lose at home. Aaron Rodgers is gimpy. He plays poorly on the road. GB's run defense allows BIG holes...etc, etc, etc...

IMO you're on the wrong game if you're angling for an underdog. But if you want to lose another 5-10 units betting against Seattle AGAIN... that's your prerogative.

IMO this will be a double digit victory that gets completely out of hand in the 2nd half as Green Bays playoff hopes go down the drain.


lmb4321
lmb4321
Quote Originally Posted by THEMUGG:

If Dallas couldn't beat GB & a one-legged Rodgers, wth were they going to do against a healthy Seattle team?


Lose....


Well said.

This thread was started by a bitter Cowboys fan.


TRAIN69
TRAIN69
Nice shot. Saw this too late, but would've played the NBA had I seen it.
Metro413
Metro413
#1. Cam is beat up
#2. Seattle played with a target on their back all season long (and still won 12 games)
#3. Seattle just had a week off (they're mostly healthy)
#4. Seattle is playing at home (at night)
#5. Cam likes to throw the ball to the other team
#6. Once Carolina starts to lose, the score always snowballs
#7. Seattle is too well coached to be taken by surprise by anything the Panthers might do

Seattle will win (and probably) destroy the Panthers.
LeagueCapper
LeagueCapper
LC, I think you have great insight, at times. But... You've been taken behind the woodshed by the Super Bowl champs multiple times this year. Speaking of woodshed - Cinci gave you another beating last week...

But I digress...

Seattle is the most complete team in the playoffs. They play sound football (unlike the Panthers). The don't make many mistakes (unlike the Panthers)... They're the best coached football team. They're well rested (and mostly healthy). They're at home. They won't be underestimated the Panthers - because they are professionals.

You're delusional if you truly believe Carolina will beat them.

Good luck.
LeagueCapper
LeagueCapper
Looks nice. Good luck.
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