Houston at Dallas (10/05/2014)

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Away:  [link from unapproved source] [3-1 ATS]
Home:  [link from unapproved source] [3-1 ATS]

Game Time: 1:00 PM
Stadium: AT&T Stadium

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Houston:
Passing: [link from unapproved source] (902)
Rushing: [link from unapproved source] (247)
Receiving: [link from unapproved source] (291)

Dallas:
Passing: [link from unapproved source] (936)
Rushing: [link from unapproved source] (534)
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Fitz showed and Houston showed me the side of them that I did not wanna see when their loss. Dallas showed me what they are made off against St.louis with a huge come back. This can only mean that coaching staff know how to act fast and the players are diseplened. I'll take Dallas at home -4.5
 
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WOW -6.5? O.K., who sets the line for the Cowboys every week? I was thinking like 2.5-3.5 max. Can "America's Team" and "Krypto-Romo" really be worth that many points?

Houston +6.5, I'll take that, thank you very much.... 

 
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could be a let down spot for the Cowboys after a big blowout win. they'll get overconfident and cocky and think they are so talented that they can even beat the Seahawks next week! JJ Watt pick-sixes Romo and takes it to the house for the score and a backdoor cover.

Dallas wins, Houston covers. lol Romo

 
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Houston +6.5? 

Sharps dropped the bomb on Dallas @ 4. 

 
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Las Vegas betting radio today said Romo does not do good as a favorite. Has lost more than he has covered. The show picked Texans as outright winners! 
 
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Quote Originally Posted by Spytheweb:

Las Vegas betting radio today said Romo does not do good as a favorite. Has lost more than he has covered. The show picked Texans as outright winners! 

I agree. General rule betting the Cowboys. Pick against them when they are favorites,  and side with them as dogs. I think the Rams game was an ATS anomaly lol. 

and heck if you got extra dough to spare why not go straight for the Texan ML. But I think Dallas must be thinking win this game cause no way we going to win up at Seattle. 

Don't know if Texans can stop Demarco but they can at least cover I would hope. 


 
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Giants, Chicago, Cleveland, Dallas, Detroit, Baltimore, Pittsburgh, Denver, KC, Cincinnati, Seattle are my strongest picks against the spread.
Risky Picks Are: STL +7, TB +10, SD -6.5
 
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 The Boys win this game between 9- 10 points. Texan s have not fared well against the number,especially in Big D!

DALLAS  - 6.5

 
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Texans offense is sputtering and pick prone. Dallas has a strong o line which allows for the run and will open up the playaction. I got this at -6 -120. Houston does not have the offense to do much here. 

Dallas large large  

Did I say large?

Then take all your winnings and put them on Cinncy. 
 
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Las vegas betting radio show  hmmm let me see,  Who sponors them? The sportsbooks.   All the more reason to load up on Dallas.
 
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why has the line moved from 4  to 6.5
 
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Quote Originally Posted by tylerbarnes604:

why has the line moved from 4  to 6.5


"The Linemakers' lean: Can we get comfortable with Dallas and believe they’ll routinely cover games like they have in their last three? The Cowboys have the No. 1 rushing attack in the league, and Tony Romo has been more efficient.  But it seems like just when they’re ready to turn the corner, they put up a stinker, especially when they’re the favorite at home, where they are 7-20 ATS over their last 27 situations. We’re siding with Houston +6 (our ratings say [link from unapproved source]) and OVER 46.5."
 
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LMAO.  ^^^  Really Virgin??
 
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Quote Originally Posted by mellowman7883:

Texans offense is sputtering and pick prone. Dallas has a strong o line which allows for the run and will open up the playaction. I got this at -6 -120. Houston does not have the offense to do much here. 

Dallas large large  

Did I say large?

 Then take all your winnings and put them on Cinncy. 


Dallas Cowbillies as favorites at home are 7-20 ATS over their last 27 situations.
 
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Thanks for that Spy, but werent they  6-20 last week?  Maybe the trend is starting to swing back the other way. The fundamentals look good here. Two of H towns very few playmakers are banged up pretty good. They have nothing to get the job done here. That's how I am seeing it.  
 
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Dallas o-line are BEAST,Houstons off sputters and if you think Dallas def is bad ,you didn't see the last game+Dallas do not lose at home very much.6.5 POINTS is a lot,so im taking it down to +1/2 on a parly with cleveland and philly.

 
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Quote Originally Posted by Spytheweb:

Las Vegas betting radio today said Romo does not do good as a favorite. Has lost more than he has covered. The show picked Texans as outright winners!

Sweet lv betting show said it....... done deal then. I'll be wagering big on this one with won't even have sweat it just collect tuesday, who else did these experts pick.


Im not saying Houston doesn't cover but don't act like just because a radio show picks them there a lock give me a break man.
 
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Quote Originally Posted by breakinbad1:

Giants, Chicago, Cleveland, Dallas, Detroit, Baltimore, Pittsburgh, Denver, KC, Cincinnati, Seattle are my strongest picks against the spread.Risky Picks Are: STL +7, TB +10, SD -6.5

That's every game one the board. You have 11 strong plays. That's not even realistic. Sometimes I have to wonder if have the guys on here are 12. Its so easy to go on this forum and find easy winners by going against the vocal majority. Im serious, It's a very high percentage play. Especially when there's a lengthy write up with alot of meaningless information.
 
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Okay, on the Texans...take away the ill advised pick six by EJ Manuel and the Texans score 16 points and may have very well lost to Buffalo last week. Furthermore, take away that pick six and the only time Houston has scored over 17 points on anyone was against there lowly Raiders! Arian Foster is hobbled with a hamstring that needs true rest and Fitzpatrick is who we thought he was! 

The Cowboys Kline is for real. The defense is getting better with the players coming back from suspension or getting healthier from injury. This along with New Orleans defensive play may lead one to believe that Rob Ryan may have been part of the problem! 

Romo is still statistically one of the best regular season QB's in the league. I think Dallas is good for 24 points or more and Houston will turn in their average 17 ppg for a Dallas -6 cover!
 
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Damn spell check...The Cowboys O-line is for real
 
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God damnit Vue why you have to pick Dallas?


VUE IS RIGHT!

Dallas will cover this game and they will stomp all over the Texans. Dallas is clicking on all cylinders and Vegas intends on cleaning up from all of the people that still think Romo will let people down. Dallas over the years have never been very good I admit that. However they never had a running game, so they relied heavily only on the pass. The running game success has opened up their passing game to where it needs to be. 
     I am a Dallas fan I will admit that. I said it before the season began that this would be a big year for them. They made some really strong moves in the the last 2 off-seasons getting players to stack that O-line so that they could make a run. You think they re signed Romo to that huge contract because they are stupid? 
     They were very quiet this off-season unlike past years, all they have done so far is come out and play. They laid an egg the first week, but I chalk that up to first game jitters and rust.Since then they have dominated the run game, all be it they came out flat against St Louis but they came back and won that game and it will be a huge momentum swing for them for the rest of this season. They believe in each other, they finally have a "team environment" and will contend for the Division title this year.You might even see them in the superbowl. 
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