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No OBJ for Giants and AP's ankle is injured, putting it on the defense for both sides to step up. Plus, Giants have played 11 of their past 16 to the under on the road versus a team with a winning home record. Minnesota is also now 30-13 to the under after scoring 30 points or more the following game. Under for me. Cheers!an_2drinks

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What's up guys? Merry Christmas everybody! Under Mike McCoy, San Diego is 25-11 to the under vs. conference opponents, 12-1 to the under when revenging a loss and 12-1 to the under after a game in which the team scored 30-plus points, gimmie the under baby!!! an_2drinks

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Agreed Bets777. Friday night was game 7 of the NBA Finals for Milwaukee. Look for the sub-mediocrity to resume going forward. As I Milwaukee resident, I  hope it at least created a new rivalry with GS. I digress I wil be taking the Suns.

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Eli Manning has played four road games on Monday Night Football in the past five seasons and he is 0-4 SU and ATS.  This season, favorites have not had any success on MNF, especially when trying to cover the point spread. Favorites are 6-8 SU and 2-11-1 ATS this season on Monday night.

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not sure why keuchel is favored on the road pitching on 3 days rest for the first time when Yankees bullpen is better than houston? 
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Hard to believe (but not surprising i guess?) both teams have yet to win a game this year. I really like Mike Fiers in this matchup. He was 6-2 in last 8 starts to finish 2014 and I believe will be one of the bright spots in the Brewers rotation this year. Brewers ML for me.
GLTA
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8 straight unders? Market Correction time. OVAH JERRY
GLTA 
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A new season is upon us again! Yes, Lester and Madden revitalize the Cubs giving hope that they might get back to a postseason in 2015. That's exciting and all, but until the Cubs prove me otherwise, I will continue to take Wainwright against the Cubs even over Lester. Good Luck everyone this season!
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Both teams have QB issues. Gonna be an offensive struggle for both teams.  I'm taking the under and ND plus the points.

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Tough loss. Get it back on the Texas Bowl fellas! 
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This is a scary game for the Trojans, no doubt. The Pac-12 has been dominant over the Mountain West. But Fresno State's motivation is to show that it isn't just another Mountain West team. Obviously, Derek Carr and Davante Adams are a significant threat. But the Trojans had the top pass defense in the conference. They've yielded only 18 touchdowns through the air, and quarterbacks are completing just 57.3 percent of their throws against the USC secondary, which has 16 picks. Plus, I doubt Fresno State has seen a pass rush like USC's. USC is on its third head coach this season, with former offensive coordinator Clay Helton, the second interim coach, replaced the incredibly popular Ed Orgeron. The Trojans clearly were unhappy that Coach O is no longer around. Fresno State is very good on offense, with Carr particularly adept at getting rid of the ball quickly. Further, the Trojans' offensive line will be without two starters, including first-team All-Pac-12 center Marcus Martin. Finally, I can't get the dismal 2012 Sun Bowl out of my head. Motivation factor definitely in Bulldogs favor. Fresno +6 and under. GLTA. Happy Bowling!Salty

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Oh it's not just poison romo. The coaching staff is even worse to blame for their offensive play calling when GB couldn't stop the run and Dallas was still throwing the ball. Jason Garett is toast. This has to be the worst lost ever for the Cowboys. Awwwwww what a bummer! 
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The Bears showed just how bad the Cowboys' defense can be. The Cowboys rank last in the NFL in yards and first downs allowed, and are 31st in sack percentage. The only saving grace for the Cowboys' defense has been its ability to take the ball away, especially at home. The Cowboys have 15 takeaways in six home games (2.5) and 10 takeaways in seven road games (1.4). The only way Dallas can stop you is if they get a turnover. Dallas is 5-1 at home. In a gotta-have-it game for both It's hard to go against the visitors, even being a Packer homer. I see this being a 3-4 point win for Dallas.

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So much for Indiana getting their points! Geesh. 
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UW alum and HUGE Badger follower. I think the value is gone after it went over 24. Indiana will get their share of points, but Gordon will break out of his slump with a couple 50yd + runs along with a couple of touchdowns by James White. I live just outside of Madison, so weather wise, the rain will hold off until about 2pm, pretty close to end of game. Take the OVER, sit back, have some cold ones, and enjoy an entertaining HIGH scoring game.....GL all......Salty 
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UCLA and under. Good luck all.......salty  
Here's what the PAC 12 bloggers say, gotta agree.....
 Washington's hit-and-miss mentality on the road gives me pause here. The Bruins have slowly regained traction from their back-to-back losses to Stanford and Oregon and last week's win in Tucson was a huge confidence builder. The linebackers are playing as well as any in the league -- if not the country. And the Myles Jack factor gives Washington yet another weapon to prepare for -- even if UCLA never runs the package again. UCLA 31, Washington 27.
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Bowling Green -9....good luck all....salty 
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5dimes is now -6 Toledo. Still on it. Toledo 
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Wayne.....is that a dookie stain on the carpet in that pic? 
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@Beechernic.....right? It took 6 pages of discussion for someone to ask the obvious question? Wayne's avatar wins the WTF award......lord almighty! Hey Wayne, love ya kid,but change the avatar brah!
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