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What's everyones thoughts on this game? Will be making a big play on this game but curious to see everyone's opinion on it
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My early lean is the Ravens at home.  The Cowboys offense has struggled this year and the Cowboys have a weak running game.
 
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must say i really like the cowboys in this spot
 
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Very high scoring game IMO. 
 
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i just want to tell you how fucking awesome you are at handicapping games.. seriously,  you were all over the bears on mon night, crushed the st.louis game, and destroyed the jets game last nt..   much respect to you..  as for the baltimore dallas game im kind of leaning dallas,  they got embarassed on mon night, and truthfully other than the cincy game to open up the season, baltimore hasnt impressed me like i thought they would..   just my opinion, but you can break down a game alot better than i can.. so im curious to see your thoughts on the game..
 
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Quote Originally Posted by chezz1975:

i just want to tell you how fucking awesome you are at handicapping games.. seriously,  you were all over the bears on mon night, crushed the st.louis game, and destroyed the jets game last nt..   much respect to you..  as for the baltimore dallas game im kind of leaning dallas,  they got embarassed on mon night, and truthfully other than the cincy game to open up the season, baltimore hasnt impressed me like i thought they would..   just my opinion, but you can break down a game alot better than i can.. so im curious to see your thoughts on the game..


Appreciate it mate, will be posting my writeup on this game shortly.
 
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I really like this spot for the Cowboys! Coming off a bye, and an embarrassising MNF loss. Romo took Alot of heat in the media and I believe he'll be extemely focused here. Baltimore has absolutely no pass rush.

I like what Dallas can do Defensivly. They are currently only giving up an avg of 169 passing yards per game.

Dallas' D shows up big. Romo has a solid game and limits his mistakes.. I'll take the 3.5 or 4pts and make it a big play!

Good luck with your play LC... I'll be honest... if you are going big on BAL, I will certainly have to re-think this.. I respect your opinion highly>

 
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love the cows here 
 
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Quote Originally Posted by Magic_Steam:

I really like this spot for the Cowboys! Coming off a bye, and an embarrassising MNF loss. Romo took Alot of heat in the media and I believe he'll be extemely focused here. Baltimore has absolutely no pass rush.

I like what Dallas can do Defensivly. They are currently only giving up an avg of 169 passing yards per game.

Dallas' D shows up big. Romo has a solid game and limits his mistakes.. I'll take the 3.5 or 4pts and make it a big play!


Like it as a good spot to play dallas as well.  They've had 2 weeks to think about that embarrassment on MNF.  Ravens pass rush is nothing like it was with Suggs and Romo does bounce back well after bad performances.  Defense should have a solid game plan together vs Flacco & crew.  Cowboys generally play better on the road as well.  Like them + points and small ML play.    

 
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theKCco_op 
 
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as much as i hate bettin on cowboys, i really like them in this spot. id rather bet on them as underdogs than favorites
 
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Cowboys are 6-1 ATS last 7 games off a bye

I'm not a big Ravens believer partly because they're one of the most penalized teams in the NFL, which could be a factor in keeping the game close.  Plus, Flacco is the Jay Cutler of the AFC.....big arm but erratic

Cowboys are also erratic, but I think they'll give a good effort coming off a MNF embarrassment.   If they can beat the Giants as a visitor, they can do the same @ Ravens...or at least keep it close

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Google search: Ravens at home ATS, pulls up 21-3 in their last 24 home games. You already know who I'm taking.
 
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 OVR 43.5 IM BOOKING IT AS WE SPEAK
 
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Ravens are 13 -14 ATS last 27 at Balt....
 
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LeagueCapper, not sure how much you like trends but,

Dallas is 4-0 ATS as an underdog away from home vs the AFC last 2 years. (Texans, Colts, Jets, Pats) Not to mention Romo has much better numbers away from Jerryville.

Dallas Cowboys 27

Baltimore Ravens 24

BOL whatever u decide.

 
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Quote Originally Posted by NastyNate-:

Google search: Ravens at home ATS, pulls up 21-3 in their last 24 home games. You already know who I'm taking.

Those numbers are straight up at home.  2 of the 3 loses coming from division opponents (pitt / cincy) Indy was the 3rd.  No NFC teams beating Ravens at home under Harbaugh.  
 
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Quote Originally Posted by Money2BMade:

LeagueCapper, not sure how much you like trends but,

Dallas is 4-0 ATS as an underdog away from home vs the AFC last 2 years. (Texans, Colts, Jets, Pats) Not to mention Romo has much better numbers away from Jerryville.

Dallas Cowboys 27

Baltimore Ravens 24

BOL whatever u decide.

 
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Dallas seems like a good situational play...blown out in last, Romo stunk, getting rest, and Balt. 3 consecutive ATS losses in a row; if KC wasn't garbage they lose last week.  What's not to like really?

What part of Cali are you from Capper?  I'm real close to Long Beach St., your threads are always a nice read.
 
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like the under 
 
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yeah good situational spot for sure, but I still like the Ravens offense match ups v.s. the boys D in every way. Cowboys will score, but not enough. 
 
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I think a typical bounce back game for cowboys after an embarrassing lost and a bye. I feel like we see this script from them every year. Not really intrigued by this game but will be interested in your play. 
 
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Quote Originally Posted by Stevedore:

Dallas seems like a good situational play...blown out in last, Romo stunk, getting rest, and Balt. 3 consecutive ATS losses in a row; if KC wasn't garbage they lose last week.  What's not to like really?

What part of Cali are you from Capper?  I'm real close to Long Beach St., your threads are always a nice read.


Pretty close to me. I'm down near dana point/laguna niguel.

Will have my writeup and pick posted in a few hours. Thanks for your thoughts everyone
 
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First thing that comes to my mind is over.  Flacco and company have proven to be able to move the ball and do it at a high pace if they want.  On the other side Romo is very capable of lighting up a scoreboard and he hasnt since week 1.   I see regression to the mean here.  You beat baltimore through the air and not on the ground which will work to Dallas's advantage.  Spread seems where it should be have to do some thinking about the side.  But I really think I like the over.  Everyone is gonna look at defenses and say under just like Chi/Dallas but they are neglecting the offenses.  44 is a low number for these offenses who could each easily put up 27 in any given game.  Not to mention the average score this year is near 47 I believe I read.  And baltimores defense is not what they use to be.  And some screens to Ray Rice will slow down Dallas pass rush.  Yes OVER it is.  Thanks for asking!!!
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