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    YTD: 44-28-1 +17.05


    Cleveland Browns +3 (bought half point -135)

    I've watched all Browns and Broncos games this season. Denver is going to get crushed. They can't defend the run and won't be able to holdoff the Browns defensive line. On a personal level, I'm going to bet it large at +3, some money line and then scale into some bets where Clev is favored because I think they'll win this game by as much as a touchdown or more.

    More added later!
    Last edited by Kevin; 11-23-2023, 07:14 AM.

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    Appreciate the winners, Kevin.....have a great holiday!


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      Originally posted by ZMAN View Post
      Appreciate the winners, Kevin.....have a great holiday!
      Thanks! You too Ed!


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        Brandin Cooks to have 25+ receiving yards (-250) I'm optiing for the varied line because Dallas is projected to beatup the Commanders and they won't need to pass a bunch in the 4th quarter if it plays out the way the odds are showing. Cooks will get second string corner action as Emmanuel Forbes is OUT Thursday. You can find this line at Bovada Sportsbook by clicking here:

        That's it for me for Turkey Day. I don't like much. The Sea line is fishy as hell and they probably cover, but I don't have the stones to pull the trigger. Fishy fishy line! After betting games for over 30 years if I've learned one thing, it's to run like hell from a spread that makes no sense (or bet it blindly!)

        HAPPY THANKSGIVING Everybody!
        Last edited by Kevin; 11-23-2023, 07:18 AM.


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          Tampa Bay WR Trey Palmer to have 25+ receiving yards (-150). Palmer gets bad Darrell Baker Jr. coverage who PFF rates at a lowly 47. Baker is an undrafted free agent that doesn't belong on an NFL football field.

          Buffalo Bills WR Stefon Diggs to go OVER 74.5 receiving yards (-145). The squeeky wheel should get greased against a very burnable Bradberry. Diggs has had two really tough matchups in a row, but should resume double digit targets in Week 12 vs. a porous Eagles secondary in a game that should be fast paced and back and forth.

          Houston Texans WR Nico Collins to go OVER 60.5 rushing/receiving yards combined (-115). The Texans will struggle to run the ball against a stout Jags run defense. This will force them to pass more, in which Collins has a stellar matchup against a low rated corner in Montaric Brown.