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NBA  |  Nov 28, 2014
Phoenix Suns vs. Denver Nuggets
Denver Nuggets
in 19h

On Friday The Free NBA System Play iis on the Denver Nuggets. Game 720 at 9:00 eastern. The Nuggets have revenge for a loss in Phoenix on Wednesday as these two play the 2nd of a home and home. Home teams with no rest like Denver that are off a road spread loss and scored 110 or more and allowed 100 or more have covered nearly 90% vs an opponent like Phoenix that won and covered as a home favorite of 5 or more and scored 120 or more points. Denver should win this game as a small favorite and the inning team in this series has covered 18 straight. Were doing Denver tonight. On Friday a Powerful card is up with 2 College Football plays led by an early 5* System, an Afternoon TV Totals of the Month with a 96% scoring system, and the Triple system ESPN Side winner in evening action. NBA Has 2 Undefeated totals, one is the Western Conference total of the Month. There is also an NCAAB Dominator with 10 big angles. Football remains ranked #1 on several leader boards. Jump on now and start the weekend big. For the free play take Denver. RV

NFL  |  Nov 30, 2014
Washington Redskins vs. Indianapolis Colts
Washington Redskins
  at  5DIMES
in 2d

1* Free Play Washington Redskins.

RG III and company kept it close in San Francisco last weekend and I think the offensive unit will have a much easier time moving the ball against the Colts; while I won’t go so far as to call for an outright upset, I do believe this is too many points to be giving up to this hungry visiting side. Washington is just 3-8, but its overall stats simply aren’t that horrible. 7th overall in passing, 16th in rushing yards, 10th in opponent passing yards and 11th in opponent rushing yards. How about the Colts? Indianapolis is No. 1 in the league in passing, but just 17th in rushing yards. It’s also dismal defensively, 27th in opponent passing yards and 17th in opponent rushing yards. Washington will have its opportunities on offense today. The Colts are on the road in Cleveland the following week, so this doesn’t set up as a “look ahead” spot, but note Andrew Luck and the Indinapolis offensive line looked pretty shaky vs. the Jaguars, Luck finished 21 of 32 for just 253 yards with one TD pass and ran eight times for 49 yards; but note that he was sacked five times, fumbled three times and lost two, all in the first half. As a situational handicapper, these are the types of suspect lines I always keep my eyes open for, consider a second look at WASHINGTON in this one.

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NCAA-F  |  Nov 28, 2014
Houston vs. SMU
in 10h

Free Play from Doc’s Sports. #331 Take Houston Cougars -22 over SMU Mustangs (Friday 12 pm CBSSN) The Mustangs are just to games away from completing a perfect 0-12 season. They will have trouble moving the football and scoring points against Houston, as they Cougars are allowing just 18.7 points per game (13th in FBS). SMU has played a little better of late but reality is starting to set in and the coaches know that most of them will be replaced in two weeks. Houston needs another victory to ensure they go bowling and they will get this one in a big way. Houston is 20-8 ATS in their last 28 games against teams with a losing record. Do not miss Doc’s Sports Weekend Football Card highlighted by a pair of top play winners in college and NFL football. 

NCAA-F  |  Nov 29, 2014
Georgia Tech vs. Georgia
in 1d

Rating: 1 Unit NCAAF Free Pick

Under head coach Mark Richt, the Georgia Bulldogs are 38-1 SU at home versus. non-SEC opponents. They are 12-1 SU overall versus Georgia Tech, covering the spread in seven of their last nine meetings. With frosh phenom Nick Chubb leading the way, UGA is averaging 6.2 yards per rush.

NCAA-F  |  Nov 29, 2014
Minnesota vs. Wisconsin
  at  5DIMES
in 1d

Saturday NCAA Free Play


Minnesota +14 @ Wisconsin

Wow.  This is a ton of points for a division crown.  Jerry Kill is a great coach and he will have his team ready here, and the Gophers went into Lincoln last week and came from behind with a second half  21-3 explosion and beat the Huskers on Senior Day.  NO RESPECT should be the calling card this week at Gopher practice and I like a team in a title game with nothing to lose since no one gives them a chance in this one.  This is the biggest game in Minnesota Football in the last 20+ years folks!  Much more on the line here for Wisconsin, with all world Gordon at RB in the national headlines and off another 200 yard day last Saturday, but off back to back games against Nebraska and Iowa, which the Hawkeyes gave them all they wanted wire to wire last week is allot to ask to cover 2 TD’s.  Minny playing with 10 time revenge here as well, and no respect, expect an all-out effort from Minny.

Last week RB Cobb, a stud running back for Minny had some leg issues at Nebraska but is fully expected to play, and the dual threat QB of Minnesota will provide more of a challenge running the ball than throwing it.  All that said the Paul Bunyan Axe up for grabs here and more importantly a date with Ohio State in Indy in the Big 10 title game, and laying 14 points here is insane in my opinion, Minnesota a good team who held RB Abdullah last week on the road to 98 yards.  Yes Gordon will get his yards and this is Wisconsin at home but games like this rarely come easy and Minny undervalued in my humble opinion.

Minnesota and the Points.

3 Game SEC – PAC 12 Flat Bet Card Gents today – On a roll in CFB – ALSO a discounted end of the season package with all bowl games and my red hot NBA Season Pass 30% off and a Top 10 finish last year in the NBA!  

NFL  |  Nov 30, 2014
New England Patriots vs. Green Bay Packers
58 un-105
  at  BOVADA
in 2d

Recommendation: Take the Under

NFL Totals don’t get much higher than this, with the current Over/Under posted in the 58/58.5 range for Sunday’s Patriots – Packers clash.  And I can certainly understand why this total is posted in this range – we’re looking at two teams that rank #1 and #2 in points scored this season; two teams with elite QB’s playing at the top of their game; and two teams that are a combined 12-2 to the Over since the beginning of October.

But all of that is most assuredly factored into this inflated number – the bookmakers and the betting markets aren’t flying blind at this late stage of the season.  Game temperatures at Lambeau Field are expected to be below freezing at kickoff, with the lookahead weather forecast showing the potential for foggy conditions as well (never a good thing for either downfield passing game).  And both teams are likely to emphasize the run on Sunday, efforting to control the clock, control the gameflow and keep the opposing elite quarterback off the field.

And make no mistake about it – we’re talking about two Super Bowl caliber defenses here!  Both the Packers and the Patriots rank among the top dozen NFL defenses according to Football Outsiders DVOA rankings.  Green Bay hasn’t allowed more than 20 points in any game on this field since Week 2.  They’ve held nine of their last ten foes to 24 points or less.  Cornerbacks Tremon Williams and Sam Shields have been stellar all year; while safeties Morgan Burnett and Ha Ha Clinton-Dix have kept nearly everything in front of them.

The Patriots are a team capable of changing their gameplan completely from one week to the next.  Two weeks ago, New England spent more than half the game in a power run formation with six offensive linemen, grounding out yards against the Colts.  Last week, the Pats opened the game with a 52-13 pass-to-run ratio before garbage time against the Lions.  In this particular matchup, I’m expecting a classic Belichick switcheroo back to a run-first attack; looking to keep Aaron Rodgers off the field as much as possible and to take advantage of a Packers run defense that’s a notch or two weaker than their pass D.

New England’s defense has held nine of their last ten opponents to 25 points or less, controlling the flow week after week.  And the strength of that defense, much like that of the Packers, is in the secondary.  Darrelle Revis and Alfonzo Dennard are both legitimate shutdown corners.  Safeties Devin McCourtey and Patrick Chung simply don’t get burned deep very often.  Last week in this space, I recommended a play on the Patriots Under vs. Detroit an it cashed thanks to the Pats keeping the Lions out of the end zone.  I don’t think New England keeps Green Bay out of the end zone here, but I’m certainly not expecting a shootout in which both teams approach 30 points, and that’s what it’ll take to cash an Over ticket.  Take the Under.
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