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LeRinkRat
LeRinkRat
I'm with you on Miami +13. Don't really like AF laying chalk or BC though
rated91
rated91
Record: 24-13 (+ 36 units)

Friday: 4* Pitt -2.5

Saturday:
6* Northwestern +3.5
4* New Mexico -3
4* Miami FL +13

Week 5: 4-2 (+8 units)
Week 4: 5-1 (+17 units)
Week 3: 4-3 (+2 units)
Week 2: 4-2 (+4 units)
Week 1: 7-5 (+5 units)
PokinSmot
PokinSmot
Awesome
allamay1608
allamay1608
It's too square, but if your going to bet it you might as well do it now, before the public pushes it to -150 or more
Mansruin
Mansruin
Notre Dame +15 might be even better
Mansruin
Mansruin
Mizzouri +3 seems pretty good
rated91
rated91
Considering adding Notre Dame +5....
Gordon Gekko
Gordon Gekko
I've been staring at the Tennessee play myself. Never considered the Maryland under but it does look like a 20-17 type game.
rated91
rated91
Record: NCAAF 11-8 / NFL 1-3
$100/unit players are up $1370

Thursday's Result (9/13):
NCAAF:  4* Take Rutgers +9 over South Florida 

Saturday's Result (9/8):
NCAAF: 3:30pm: 4* Boston College +3.5 over Northwestern
NCAAF: 3:30pm: 2* Eastern Carolina +8 over Southern Miss
NCAAF 7pm: 5* Mizzouri -7 over Arizona State
NCAAF 7pm: 3* Bowling Green +3.5 over Toledo
NCAAF 8pm: 3* Ball State +3 over Indiana
NCAAF 10pm: 5* BYU -3 over Utah

Sunday's Result (9/2):
NFL: (Lean) St. Louis +3 over Washington

Monday's Result (9/3):
NFL: (Lean) Denver +3 over Atlanta

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Last weeks  Result: 5-5 (+ $260)
Overall: 12-11 (52.1%)
rated91
rated91
Lost 1000 on Bengals tonight. Might be my last NFL bet ever, sticking to college. 
rated91
rated91
+8.5 on 5dimes last night
Lou250
Lou250
What line did you have? They were down 6 at that point, right? Did you have them in a teaser at +9.5?
rated91
rated91
BAILOUT: BENGALS +8.5

Too much value here. Baltimore has given more responsibility
to fifth-year QB Joe Flacco, who if your a fantasy buff is a guy who went undrafted in a lot of leagues or is on the bench. But the Ravens’ new hurry-up attack is lacking in much premium speed (especially compared to Cincy's offensive with Green and Sanu). Meanwhile, Cincy’s frontline defenders have been plenty tough this preseason, with veteran CB Leon Hall apparently OK after LY’s Achilles injury. Everyone is wondering how much the Raven defense will miss impact LB Terrell Suggs, the 2011 defensive POY who had 14 sacks. Cincy’s QB Andy Dalton is quicker on the trigger TY and has a new, big target in Mohamed Sanu of Rutgers. Marvin Lewis is 18-9-1 his last 28 getting points, and physical Cincy has gone a tough 4-1-1 vs. the spread the last six vs. Baltimore. I CANNOT pass up this opportunity, there is just too much value.

Score: Baltimore 20, Cincy 17


rated91
rated91
Friday's Result (9/7):
NCAAF: 1* Utah -6.5 over Utah State

Saturday's Result (9/8):
NCAAF: 3Nebraska -5.5 over UCLA
NCAAF: 4* Georgia -1.5 over Missouri
NCAAF: 2Florida +3 over Texas A&M
NCAAF: 1* UL Lafayette +3 over Troy
NCAAF: 5* Virginia -9.5 over Penn State 
NCAAF: 5* Mississippi State -3 over Auburn

Sunday's Result (9/2):
NFL: 6* Houston -7 over Miami
NFL: 5* New Orleans -6 over Washington

Monday's Result (9/3):
NFL: (Lean) Cincinnati +7, Raiders pk



Last weeks  Result: 7-6 (+ $1,110)
7-6 (53.8%)
TDzone
TDzone
I'm calling for the Giants 28-17. While the Dallas defense figures to be plenty tough this season, this will be the first game for prized rookie CB Morris Claiborne. The Dallas OL was shitty in the preseason, while the N.Y. ground game added valuable speed in top draft pick David Wilson of Va. Tech. And let's not forget Eli’s record 15 TD passes in the 4th Q last season.
rated91
rated91
Wednesday's Result (9/3):
NFL:  1* Take NY Giants -3 over Dallas Cowboys

Friday's Result (9/7):
NCAAF: (Lean) Utah -7 over Utah State

Saturday's Result (9/8):
NCAAF: 4* Georgia -1.5 over Missouri
NCAAF: 6* Florida +3 over Texas A&M
NCAAF: 4* UL Lafayette +3 over Troy

Sunday's Result (9/2):
NFL: 6* Houston -7 over Miami

Monday's Result (9/3):
NFL: (Lean) Cincinnati +7, Raiders pk

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Last weeks  Result: 7-6 (+ $1,110)
7-6 (53.8%)
rated91
rated91
Wednesday's Result (9/3):
NFL:  1* Take NY Giants -3 over Dallas Cowboys

Friday's Result (9/7):
NCAAF: (Lean) Utah -7 over Utah State

Saturday's Result (9/8):
NCAAF: 4* Georgia -1.5 over Missouri
NCAAF: 6* Florida +3 over Texas A&M
NCAAF: 4* UL Lafayette +3 over Troy

Sunday's Result (9/2):
NFL: 6* Houston -7 over Miami

Monday's Result (9/3):
NFL: (Lean) Cincinnati +7, Raiders pk

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Last weeks  Result: 7-6 (+ $1,110)
7-6 (53.8%)
rated91
rated91
I will give the guy some cred though. Romney is a perfect frontman for the new Wall Street.

He's not a two-bit, shifty-eyed huckster like Lloyd Blankfein or an arrogant jerk like Jamie Dimon. But Mitt does believe the same things that those guys believed: He has been right with them on the front-lines of the financial revolution, a decades long campaign in which the old, simple, let's-make-stuff-and-sell-it manufacturing economy was replaced with a new, highly complex, let's-take-stuff-and-trash-it financial economy. Instead of cars and airplanes, we built swaps, CDOs and other toxic financial products. Instead of building new companies from the ground up, they took out massive bank loans and used them to acquire existing firms, liquidating every asset in sight and leaving the target companies holding the note. This resulted in a total abdication of collective responsiblity by America's Rich, whose new thing was making assloads of money in ever-shorter campaigns of economic conquest, sending the proceeds offshore, and shrugging as the great towns and factories their parents and grandparents built we shuttered and boarded up, crushed by debt.
rated91
rated91
The man IS a ponzi scheme

A man makes a $250 million fortune loading up companies with debt then extracting million dollar fees from those same companies, in exchange for the generous service of telling them who needs to be fired in order to finance the debt payments he loaded on them in the first place!

Then that same man runs for president. The Mitt Romneys of the world belong in federal prison. Federal "pounding-in-the-ass" prison. Because they nearly destroyed the global economy with their greed, shortsightedness and wildly irresponsible use of debt in pursuit of personal profit. 
rated91
rated91
He's a motherfucker that we should be afraid of. I'm personally scared of this motherfucker. First off, let me say that when it comes to political discussions that I am someone who would rather be on the sideline. I'd rather my voice not be heard, because once you reveal what side of the aisle your on your pretty much drawing a hard line in the sand. There's no going back and your going to make friends/enemies over it, and it's pretty fucking dumb/pathetic when you think about it. 

I'm pretty much a centrist. When it comes to issues- for some shit, like the legalization of cannibus, I'm super liberal. For the death penalty I'm super conservative. So I'm far from the guy that's going to sit there and root for the republicans or democrats like he's rooting for the Phillies or Yankees. 

But just who the hell is Mitt Romney? I considered voting for him, because the economy is still pretty fucked up, but then I started doing some research. The guy doesn't stand for anything. He is fantasically rich, but does ANYONE know how he actually made his fortune??? He borrowed vast sums of money that other people were forced to pay back. He is one of the greatest and irresponsible debt creators of all time. Romney piled more debt onto more unsuspecting companies, written more gigantic checks that other people had to cover than probably all but 5 people on the planet.