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  • Free Service Plays Sunday 12/8/2013

    Please post Today's service plays in this thread. Please do not clutter this thread or make requests for specific plays. We post everything that we can find.

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  • #2
    Re: Free Service Plays Sunday 12/8/2013

    Capping the Calendar

    December's 'Best/Worst' NFL Bets


    And down the stretch they come.

    With December upon us, the 2013 NFL season heads in to the final quarter of the season and with it our final take on monthly teams trends.

    Please note that all trends are ATS (Against The Spread) unless noted otherwise. Enjoy…

    HOME TEAMS

    • Good: Whether Seattle had a good team or a not so good team, they always are tough to beat at home. This is true in December as well at 31-15 ATS. Besides the big Monday night battle with New Orleans, their final two games of the season are at Century Link Field against Arizona and St. Louis.

    • Keep an eye on (Good): Aaron Rodgers is expected to return and Green Bay head coach Mike McCarthy has stated his team needs a 4-0 finish to have a shot at the playoffs. At home this month, the Packers are 30-16 ATS and Atlanta along with Pittsburgh will visit, giving them two shots at covers.

    • Keep an eye on (Bad): Large group to keep an eye on here. St. Louis is 16-26 ATS and will have NFC South teams New Orleans and Tampa Bay in weeks 15-16.

    The New York Jets slate of Miami, Oakland and Cleveland is not necessarily foreboding, but the offense is sure to have coal left in the stocking of the quarterback position. Gang Green is 16-30 ATS in New Jersey.

    New Orleans is 18-32 ATS at home and at least part of this in recent years is they have wrapped up the division late in the season and are playing backups. Before Drew Brees and Sean Payton, they just stunk.

    Oakland has been a play against home team no matter the month for years and facing Kansas City and Denver is not likely to improve their chances.

    AWAY TEAMS

    • Good: The hottest team in the NFL, Carolina, has been road warriors for years and is a sensational 24-12 ATS in the final month of the year. The Panthers have a HUGE game at New Orleans on Dec. 8 and end the season at hapless Atlanta.

    • Bad: This flies under the radar unless you are sharp handicapper or a Bears fan. Chicago is Grinch-like 11-32 ATS in road games, stealing money from its followers and makes trips to Cleveland and Philadelphia in consecutive weeks. Wonder what those in Whoville will be thinking?

    Before Jim Harbaugh arrived, San Francisco was ripe play against material late in the season, accounting for their 16-32 ATS figure. They will go to Tampa Bay and Arizona to improve that number.

    • Keep an eye on (Bad): Like cold weather in the Midwest and East this time of year, Dallas struggling on the road fits the season. The Cowboys are 19-32 ATS away and will be in the Windy City for a Monday night affair and at the hated Redskins just before Christmas, trying to win a division title.

    FAVORITES

    • Bad: The weather might be nice in South Florida, but the Miami Dolphins are scarier than room full of Santa Clauses when doling out points. The Fins are a miserable 20-41 ATS as favs. Two contests to possibly be careful of the Dolphins are Week 16 at Buffalo and the season finale versus the Jets.

    • Keep an eye on (Good): Green Bay is a fantastic 44-23 in December and if Rodgers stays healthy, they will be favored in their two home games. But with how unsightly the defense has become, little chance they will be a favorite at Dallas or Chicago.

    • Keep an eye on (Bad): We won’t know for sure, but Dallas could be favored as many as three times this month and conceivably four if the public likes them against the Bears. At 18-33 ATS, it might be wise to find another team to consider for this role. Note: Tony Romo is 4-14 ATS as a favorite during December in his NFL career.

    The New York Jets will be handing out points to Oakland and Cleveland, but with their quarterback situation and a 14-26 ATS mark, this might be harder to swallow than Aunt Margaret’s fruitcake.

    UNDERDOGS

    • Good: With Carolina being such a good wager on the road, naturally they would be a Play On underdog. However, with this year’s team, fewer opportunities will be available and just the Dec. 8th matchup at New Orleans should place them in this role.

    Besides Carolina, Seattle also fits the bill and they are 39-19 ATS on the receiving end of digits and they might see only one or two points at San Francisco on the second Sunday of the month.

    • Bad: With how bad the Chicago Bears defense is in 2013, they should be a frequent underdog in December and could well add onto an abysmal 16-34 ATS mark.

    • Keep an eye on (Good): New England is 21-11 ATS in the underdog role and only a trip Baltimore could place them in that position this month.

    The New York Giants are notorious closers and are a sparkling 31-18 ATS as a pooch. This year’s team lacks the same qualities of more recent vintage and they might be hard-pressed to match previous levels at San Diego, vs. Seattle and at Detroit in the middle games of the month.

    • Keep an eye on (Bad): St. Louis in November showed signs of improvement, but with three division road games and hosting New Orleans, hard to imagine they will improve as underdogs at 19-33 ATS.

    DIVISION

    • Good: No team in any month can match Carolina’s 23-8 ATS record versus division opponents and they will have four shots against their rivals to close 2013.

    New England is also very good at 28-14 ATS, being the dominant team for more than a decade in the AFC East. The Patriots will be at Miami on the 15th and host Buffalo in the final game of the season.

    • Keep an eye on (Bad): Starting the month as part of a large group of 5-6 teams with a chance to be a wild card club, Miami will play in division four times and with how the Jets and Buffalo are playing, the Dolphins could make a move. They will have to overcome the ghosts of December past with a 16-31 ATS mark.

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    • #3
      Re: Free Service Plays Sunday 12/8/2013

      NFL DUNKEL

      SUNDAY, DECEMBER 8

      Game 131-132: Kansas City at Washington (1:00 p.m. EST)
      Dunkel Ratings: Kansas City 135.113; Washington 127.785
      Dunkel Line: Kansas City by 6 1/2; 41
      Vegas Line: Kansas City by 3; 45 1/2
      Dunkel Pick: Kansas City (-3); Under

      Game 133-134: Minnesota at Baltimore (1:00 p.m. EST)
      Dunkel Ratings: Minnesota 124.379; Baltimore 137.418
      Dunkel Line: Baltimore by 13; 46
      Vegas Line: Baltimore by 6 1/2; 43
      Dunkel Pick: Baltimore (-6 1/2); Over

      Game 135-136: Cleveland at New England (1:00 p.m. EST)
      Dunkel Ratings: Cleveland 127.758; New England 135.820
      Dunkel Line: New England by 8; 42
      Vegas Line: New England by 10 1/2; 45
      Dunkel Pick: Cleveland (+10 1/2); Under

      Game 137-138: Oakland at NY Jets (1:00 p.m. EST)
      Dunkel Ratings: Oakland 125.715; NY Jets 123.904
      Dunkel Line: Oakland by 2; 46
      Vegas Line: NY Jets by 3; 40 1/2
      Dunkel Pick: Oakland (+3); Over

      Game 139-140: Indianapolis at Cincinnati (1:00 p.m. EST)
      Dunkel Ratings: Indianapolis 126.708; Cincinnati 140.589
      Dunkel Line: Cincinnati by 14; 40
      Vegas Line: Cincinnati by 5 1/2; 43 1/2
      Dunkel Pick: Cincinnati (-5 1/2); Under

      Game 141-142: Carolina at New Orleans (8:30 p.m. EST)
      Dunkel Ratings: Carolina 139.360; New Orleans 144.250
      Dunkel Line: New Orleans by 5; 52
      Vegas Line: New Orleans by 3; 45 1/2
      Dunkel Pick: New Orleans (-3); Over

      Game 143-144: Detroit at Philadelphia (1:00 p.m. EST)
      Dunkel Ratings: Detroit 134.522; Philadelphia 134.611
      Dunkel Line: Even; 47
      Vegas Line: Philadelphia by 3; 54
      Dunkel Pick: Detroit (+3); Under

      Game 145-146: Miami at Pittsburgh (1:00 p.m. EST)
      Dunkel Ratings: Miami 130.601; Pittsburgh 138.188
      Dunkel Line: Pittsburgh by 7 1/2; 37
      Vegas Line: Pittsburgh by 3; 41
      Dunkel Pick: Pittsburgh (-3); Under

      Game 147-148: Buffalo at Tampa Bay (1:00 p.m. EST)
      Dunkel Ratings: Buffalo 129.252; Tampa Bay 129.314
      Dunkel Line: Even; 47
      Vegas Line: Tampa Bay by 3; 43
      Dunkel Pick: Buffalo (+3); Over

      Game 149-150: Tennessee at Denver (4:00 p.m. EST)
      Dunkel Ratings: Tennessee 127.635; Denver 137.520
      Dunkel Line: Denver by 10; 47
      Vegas Line: Denver by 13; 50
      Dunkel Pick: Tennessee (+13); Under

      Game 151-152: St. Louis at Arizona (4:25 p.m. EST)
      Dunkel Ratings: St. Louis 131.836; Arizona 138.879
      Dunkel Line: Arizona by 9; 46
      Vegas Line: Arizona by 6; 41 1/2
      Dunkel Pick: Arizona (-6); Over

      Game 153-154: NY Giants at San Diego (4:25 p.m. EST)
      Dunkel Ratings: NY Giants 131.716; San Diego 132.549
      Dunkel Line: San Diego by 1; 53
      Vegas Line: San Diego by 3 1/2; 48
      Dunkel Pick: NY Giants (+3 1/2); Over

      Game 155-156: Seattle at San Francisco (4:25 p.m. EST)
      Dunkel Ratings: Seattle 137.792; San Francisco 144.849
      Dunkel Line: San Francisco by 7; 37
      Vegas Line: San Francisco by 2 1/2; 41
      Dunkel Pick: San Francisco (+2 1/2); Under

      Game 157-158: Atlanta at Green Bay (1:00 p.m. EST)
      Dunkel Ratings: Atlanta 126.179; Green Bay 125.249
      Dunkel Line: Atlanta by 1; 36
      Vegas Line: No Line
      Dunkel Pick: N/A

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      • #4
        Re: Free Service Plays Sunday 12/8/2013

        NFL Betting Week 14 Preview: Hot bets and moving odds


        Sports Interaction betting analyst Frank Doyle previews Week 14’s NFL action.

        All odds current as of noon ET, Dec. 5.

        The Jacksonville Jaguars are a perfect example of how quickly things can change in the NFL. After they were hammered in Week 8 by the San Francisco 49ers you could still find odds on whether they were going to 0-16 as they went into their bye.

        Now, they’re riding a three-game winning streak and have jumped out of the AFC South basement and past the Houston Texans, who they’ll host in tonight’s Thursday Night Football game. It’s turning into a tricky game to handicap. The Jaguars may be on a bit of a roll, but they haven’t won a home game all season. Meanwhile, Houston just keeps finding new ways to lose every week, but they hung around with the Patriots and scored 30 points for the first time since the second game of the season.

        The Jags opened as 2.5-point underdogs but have since moved to 3.5-point pups as about 64 percent of Sports Interaction’s action comes in on the Texans. This might be a game in which we’ll see a wave of home-team support as the kick nears, so keep a close eye on this line.

        Other odds on the move

        With cold weather settling in, totals in Denver Broncos games are dropping with the temperature. This week the Tennessee at Denver over/under opened at 50.5 but now sits at 48.5. Denver has over bettors cashing at a 7-4-1 clip so far this season.

        The Cincinnati Bengals have won two straight and are unbeaten at home as they get set to host the Indianapolis Colts this week. The Bengals opened as 5.5-poing favorites and are now listed at -6 while the total has dipped from 44.5 to 43.5.

        Confidence in New York Jets quarterback Geno Smith is approaching the Mark Sanchez level, so it’s no shocker to see the Jets move from 2.5-point favorites at the open to -1.5 now. The Jets have dropped three in a row straight up and against the spread.

        This week’s most popular bet

        The Kansas City Chiefs have dropped four of their last five against the number, but face a Washington club that has lost four straight, failing to cover in each. Bettors are going with the lesser of two evils in a big way. Right now, 94 percent of Sports Interaction’s wagers are coming in on Kansas City.

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        • #5
          Re: Free Service Plays Sunday 12/8/2013

          Sunday's NFL Week 14 Betting Cheat Sheet

          Early Action


          Minnesota Vikings at Baltimore Ravens (-7, 41.5)

          The Ravens are looking for their first three-game winning streak of the campaign and will also hope to semi-corral Vikings star Adrian Peterson, who rushed for a season-best 211 yards in last week’s overtime win over the Chicago Bears.

          Matt Cassel is expected to be the starting quarterback for the Vikings after throwing for 243 yards in relief of Christian Ponder, who left the game against the Bears after suffering a concussion. While Minnesota has struggled on the road, the Ravens have been strong at home with a 5-1 mark while allowing just 12.3 points per game. Baltimore is tied with the Miami Dolphins for the final AFC spot but holds the tiebreaker by virtue of its win over the Dolphins on Oct. 6.

          LINE: The Ravens opened -7.5 and are now -7. The total is down to 41.5 from the opening 43.

          WEATHER: Temperatures will be in the low-30s with freezing rain and/or snow in the forecast.

          COVERS POWER RANKINGS: Minnesota (+5.0) + Baltimore (0.0) + home field (-3.0) = Ravens -8.0

          TRENDS:
          * Vikings are 0-3-1 ATS in their last four meetings.
          * Ravens are 6-2 ATS in their last eight home games.
          * Under is 7-1 in Ravens last 8 home games.

          Kansas City Chiefs at Washington Redskins (+3, 43.5)

          The Kansas City Chiefs' dream season has come crashing back to reality with three straight losses, but they can move a step closer to clinching a playoff spot with a victory at Washington on Sunday. Kansas City has found itself unable to keep pace in shootouts the past three weeks, losing to Denver twice with a heartbreaking defeat to San Diego sandwiched between.

          Three of Washington's four consecutive losses have come by eight points or fewer, and the league's best ground game has been impressive of late. Quarterback Robert Griffin III turned in one of his best efforts of the season last week, completing 24-of-32 passes for 207 yards and a touchdown and rushing for a season-high 88 yards on 12 carries.

          LINE: The Chiefs opened as 3-point road faves. The total is down one point from the opening 44.5.

          WEATHER: Temperatures will be in the low-30s with freezing rain and/or snow in the forecast.

          COVERS POWER RANKINGS: Kansas City (-1.5) + Washington (+6.5) - home field (-3.0) = Chiefs -2.

          TRENDS:
          * Chiefs are 4-0 ATS in their last four meetings.
          * Redskins are 0-4 ATS in their last four games overall.
          * Under is 7-1-1 in Chiefs last nine road games.

          Buffalo Bills at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-2.5, 42)

          Quarterback EJ Manuel missed more than a month for the Bills, but he has come back to throw for four touchdown passes and one interception in his last three starts. Buffalo saw its slim playoff chances evaporate in the 34-31 overtime loss to Atlanta last week, a setback that led team president Russ Brandon to express concern over whether playing in Toronto wrecks a home-field edge for the Bills.

          Tampa Bay's Mike Glennon, a third-round draft pick, had guided the Buccaneers to consecutive straight victories before running into Carolina's stone-wall defense last week. Glennon was the league's Offensive Rookie of the Month in November, but failed to throw a TD pass for the first time in the 27-6 loss to the Panthers.

          LINE: The Bucs opened -2.5. The total is down a half-point from the opening 42.5.

          WEATHER: Temperatures will be in the low-80s with wind blowing toward the N end zone at 6 mph.

          COVERS POWER RANKINGS: Buffalo (+4.5) - Tampa Bay (+4.5) + home field (-3.0) = Buccaneers -3.0

          TRENDS:
          * Bills are 1-6 ATS in their last seven road games.
          * Buccaneers are 4-1 ATS in their last five games overall.
          * Over is 4-1 in Bills last five road games.

          Miami Dolphins at Pittsburgh Steelers (-3.5, 40.5)

          After finding the end zone just once in his first 10 games, Mike Wallace scored in his second straight contest as Miami posted a 23-3 triumph over the New York Jets last week. The Dolphins are tied for sixth place in the AFC with Baltimore, which handed the Steelers just their third loss in eight games with a 22-20 decision on Thanksgiving.

          Ben Roethlisberger has thrown eight touchdown passes in his last three games - and his next one will snap a tie with Hall-of-Famer Terry Bradshaw (212) for the most in franchise history. Wallace's departure opened doors for Antonio Brown, who has reeled in an NFL-best 85 receptions and 1,103 yards - as well as six touchdowns.

          LINE: The Steelers opened -3 and are now -3.5. The total opened at 41.5 and is down one point.

          WEATHER: Temperatures will be in the mid-20s with a 66 percent chance of snow.

          COVERS POWER RANKINGS: Miami (+2.0) + Pittsburgh (0.0) + home field (-3.0) = Steelers -5.0

          TRENDS:
          * Dolphins are 4-1 ATS in their last five games overall.
          * Steelers are 4-0 ATS in their last five games overall.
          * Under is 9-2 in Steelers last 11 vs. AFC.

          Detroit Lions at Philadelphia Eagles (-2.5, 52)

          Detroit, which leads Chicago by one game in the NFC North, continues to ride its talented three-headed offensive attack. Matthew Stafford has 627 passing yards and six touchdowns in the last two games, Reggie Bush racked up 182 total yards and a touchdown against the Packers and Calvin Johnson has 962 receiving yards in his last six games - the best six-game run by any receiver in NFL history.

          Philadelphia, playing its third straight home game, enters this weekend tied with Dallas atop the NFC East. While the Eagles have won four straight games, they have not scored a single point in the fourth quarter in any of those contests and their margin of victory has gotten increasingly less (29, 14, eight, three).

          LINE: Philly opened -2.5. The total is down 2.5-point from the opening 54.5.

          WEATHER: Temperatures will be in the mid-20s with a 66 percent chance of snow.

          COVERS POWER RANKINGS: Detroit (-4.0) - Philadelphia (-2.5) + home field (-3.0) = Eagles -1.5

          TRENDS:
          * Under is 5-0 in Eagles last five vs. NFC.
          * Lions are 1-4 ATS in their last five games following a ATS win.
          * Eagles are 0-6-1 ATS in their last seven home games vs. a team with a winning road record.

          Indianapolis Colts at Cincinnati Bengals (-6.5, 43)

          Indianapolis is enjoying a three-game lead in the AFC South but is showing some cracks with losses in two of the last four contests. Luck is completing just 57.8 percent of his passes while throwing for two touchdowns and five interceptions in that span. Luck is without favorite target Reggie Wayne and will be dealing with a Cincinnati pass rush that has recorded 36 sacks - including 18 in the last five games - and is a perfect 5-0 at home.

          The Cincinnati Bengals are one of the most dominant defensive teams in the NFL but are being overlooked among the contenders in the AFC. Cincinnati is two games up on the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC North and would like to have the division sewn up before closing the regular season against the Ravens on Dec. 29.

          LINE: The Bengals opened -5 and are now -6.5. The total opened at 44 and is down to 43.

          WEATHER: Freezing rain and/or snow is in the forecast.

          COVERS POWER RANKINGS: Indianapolis (-2.0) + Cincinnati (-3.5) + home field (-3.0) = Bengals -4.5

          TRENDS:
          * Favorite is 4-1 ATS in their last five meetings.
          * Colts are 4-0 ATS in their last four vs. AFC.
          * Under is 11-3-1 in Bengals last 15 vs. AFC.

          Cleveland Browns at New England Patriots (-10.5, 47)

          Cleveland has dropped three straight and six of seven to fall out of the wild-card race and is struggling on defense along with the quarterback issues. The Browns are surrendering an average of 30.8 points in their last six losses despite ranking fourth in the NFL in total defense.

          Tom Brady and the New England Patriots offense are making second-half comebacks a staple of their weekly plan. Brady and company would prefer to jump out early and will attempt to avoid climbing out of a big hole when they host the Cleveland Browns on Sunday.

          LINE: The Pats opened -11 and are now -10.5. The total is up one point from the opening 46.

          WEATHER: Temperatures will be in the low-30s with partly cloudy skies.

          COVERS POWER RANKINGS: Cleveland (+6.0) + New England (-6.0) + home field (-3.0) = Patriots -15.0

          TRENDS:
          * Browns are 1-4 ATS in their last five meetings.
          * Over is 4-1 in the last five meetings.
          * Patriots are 5-0 ATS in their last five home games.

          Oakland Raiders at New York Jets (-3, 40)

          Oakland mathematically is still alive for the playoff spot but realistically is playing out the string. The Raiders have lost four of their last five contests, including a 31-24 defeat against Dallas on Nov. 28 in which it squandered a 14-point lead and was outscored 17-3 in the second half.

          Despite their current woes, the New York Jets still are in the race for a wild-card spot in the AFC. They can strengthen their chances with a victory over the visiting Oakland Raiders on Sunday. New York has received disappointing performances from rookie quarterback Geno Smith while losing three straight games since its bye week but still finds itself only one game behind Baltimore and Miami for the second wild card.

          LINE: The Jets opened -2.5 and are now -3. The total is down a half-point to 40.

          WEATHER: Temperatures will be in the low-30s with a 47 percent chance of rain and/or snow.

          COVERS POWER RANKINGS: Oakland (+5.5) - New York (+5.5) + home field (-3.0) = Jets -3.0

          TRENDS:
          * Home team is 5-1-1 ATS in their last seven meetings.
          * Raiders are 5-0 ATS in their last five games following a S.U. loss.
          * Over is 4-0-1 in Raiders last five games overall.

          Atlanta Falcons at Green Bay Packers (-3.5, 44)

          Not much has gone right for Atlanta, especially on the defensive side of the ball, where it ranks 20th against the pass and 30th against the run. Matt Ryan and the passing game have put up decent numbers, but mostly out of necessity. The Falcons rank 29th in the league in rushing (81.1 yards per game) and have played from behind most of the season.

          The Green Bay Packers' playoff hopes are on life support and might not survive another week without Aaron Rodgers as they prepare for Sunday's visit by the Atlanta Falcons. Green Bay's quarterback will sit out a fifth consecutive game due to a broken collarbone and the Packers are winless since he was injured Nov. 4, falling two games behind NFC North leader Detroit in the win column.

          LINE: The Pack opened -3.5. The total has dropped from the opening 46.

          WEATHER: Forecasts are calling for an 84 percent chance of snow with temperatures in the mid-teens.

          COVERS POWER RANKINGS: Atlanta (+5.0) - Green Bay (+7.0) + home field (-3.0) = Packers -1.0

          TRENDS:
          * Road team is 6-1 ATS in their last seven meetings.
          * Falcons are 0-4 ATS in their last four games following a S.U. win.
          * Packers are 0-5 ATS in their last five vs. NFC.

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          • #6
            Re: Free Service Plays Sunday 12/8/2013

            Sunday's NFL Week 14 Betting Cheat Sheet

            Late Action


            Tennessee Titans at Denver Broncos (-12, 48.5)

            Tennessee, which is playing its third straight road game, had its AFC South title hopes all but dashed in last week's 22-14 loss at Indianapolis and has little margin for error in the clustered playoff race. The Titans will need a big game out of running back Chris Johnson - who has only one 100-yard game this season - to keep the ball out of the hands of Manning. The Titans are desperate for a victory, trailing Baltimore and Miami by one game for the AFC's sixth seed.

            The Denver Broncos have a chance to celebrate head coach John Fox's return to the sideline by clinching a playoff berth. Peyton Manning carved up the Chiefs for 403 yards and five touchdown passes - four to Eric Decker - in last week's come-from-behind victory, pushing his season totals to 41 scoring passes against only nine interceptions.

            LINE: The Broncos opened -13 and are now -12. The total opened 50.5 and is now 48.5.

            WEATHER: Temperatures will be in the mid-teens with a 44 percent chance of snow.

            COVERS POWER RANKINGS: Tennessee (+2.5) - Denver (-7.5) + home field (-3.0) = Denver -13.0

            TRENDS:
            * Over is 4-1 in the last five meetings.
            * Titans are 0-4 ATS in their last four meetings.
            * Broncos are 4-1 ATS in their last five games overall.

            St. Louis Rams at Arizona Cardinals (-6, 41.5)

            St. Louis has proved to be up to the challenge against top competition, knocking off Indianapolis and Chicago in back-to-back games before falling 23-13 at San Francisco last week. Quarterback Kellen Clemens is completing only 51.7 percent of his passes since taking over for the injured Sam Bradford and could be without center Scott Wells (broken ankle) and left tackle Jake Long (head).

            The Cardinals will look to continue their wild-card push at the expense of the Rams when they host their division foe on Sunday. Arizona is a game behind the San Francisco 49ers for the No. 6 spot in the NFC. Arizona WR Larry Fitzgerald caught two TD passes in the first meeting and has at least one TD reception in three straight games.

            LINE: The Cards opened -6.5 and are now -6. The total has held at 41.5.

            WEATHER: N/A

            COVERS POWER RANKINGS: St. Louis (+3.0) - Arizona (-2.0) + home field (-3.0) = Arizona -8.0

            TRENDS:
            * Under is 4-1 in the last five meetings in Arizona.
            * Underdog is 4-0 ATS in their last four meetings.
            * Rams are 2-6 ATS in their last eight vs. NFC.

            Seattle Seahawks at San Francisco 49ers (-2.5, 41.5)

            The Seattle Seahawks are trying to wrap up the No. 1 overall seed in the NFC and home-field advantage throughout the playoffs. They are three games up on the 49ers in the division with four games left and is coming off its most impressive performance yet in the 34-7 triumph over the Saints.

            San Francisco quarterback Colin Kaepernick is not having such an easy go of it in his second year as a starter and leads a passing attack that ranks 31st in the league with an average of 180.3 yards. Kaepernick is starting to come around in the last two weeks, however, with a total of 510 yards and four touchdowns in back-to-back wins.

            LINE: The Niners opened -2.5. The total is currently 41.5.

            WEATHER: Temperatures will be in the mid-40s.

            COVERS POWER RANKINGS: Seattle (-8.0) - San Francisco (-6.5) + home field (-3.0) = 49ers -1.5

            TRENDS:
            * Favorite is 5-1 ATS in their last six meetings.
            * Home team is 7-2 ATS in their last nine meetings.
            * Under is 4-0 in 49ers last four games overall.

            New York Giants at San Diego Chargers (-3.5, 47)

            Justin Tuck collected a career-best four sacks versus the Redskins to earn NFC Defensive Player of the Week honors. Tuck's increased workload came in the absence of fellow defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul, who is in line to miss his second straight game with a shoulder injury. New York has experienced production from its 26th-ranked running game as Andre Brown scored twice last week and has reeled in at least three receptions in each of the last three contests.

            The Chargers have dropped four of their last five and committed three turnovers in last week's 17-10 setback to Cincinnati to fall one game behind Baltimore for the coveted sixth seed in the AFC. While San Diego veteran TE Antonio Gates often receives the fanfare, backup Ladarius Green has seen his snaps increase and scored in consecutive games.

            LINE: The Chargers opened -3 and are now -3.5. The total has held at 47.

            WEATHER: Temperatures will be in the mid-50s.

            COVERS POWER RANKINGS: New York (+1.0) + San Diego (+1.0) + home field (-3.0) = Chargers -3.0

            TRENDS:
            * Giants are 5-2 ATS in their last seven games overall.
            * Chargers are 1-4 ATS in their last five games overall.
            * Under is 13-3 in Giants last 16 road games.

            Carolina Panthers at New Orleans Saints (-3, 46)

            The Panthers surged into a tie for the division lead on the heels of an eight-game winning streak in which they have allowed only one opponent to score 20 points. Cam Newton has directed Carolina to four road victories during the eight-game run and will try to hand New Orleans it first home loss.

            New Orleans' high-powered offense was limited to 188 total yards in the 34-7 drubbing in Seattle - the lowest total since Sean Payton and quarterback Drew Brees arrived in New Orleans. Brees was held to 147 yards passing last week but has eclipsed 300 yards in each of the six home games this season.

            LINE: The Saints opened -4 and are now -3. The total is up a half-point from the opening 45.5.

            WEATHER: N/A

            COVERS POWER RANKINGS: Carolina (-5.5) - New Orleans (-6.0) + home field (-3.0) = Saints -3.5

            TRENDS:
            * Over is 4-0 in the last four meetings.
            * Panthers are 11-1 ATS in their last 12 meetings in New Orleans.
            * Under is 7-1 in Saints last eight vs. NFC

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            • #7
              Re: Free Service Plays Sunday 12/8/2013

              Prediction Machine

              MIA +3
              SEA +3
              MIN +7
              CHI +1.5

              "All Overs"

              CHI 49
              NYJ 40.5
              DEN 50
              MIN 43

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              • #8
                Re: Free Service Plays Sunday 12/8/2013

                Ben Burns

                NFL PHI at DET Under 54
                NFL CIN at IND Under 43.5
                NFL DEN at TEN Under 49.5

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                • #9
                  Re: Free Service Plays Sunday 12/8/2013

                  LA Syndicate

                  NFL Game of the Year San Diego Chargers -3

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                  • #10
                    Re: Free Service Plays Sunday 12/8/2013

                    Maddux

                    10* Titans +12

                    10* Raiders/Jets under 40

                    10* Cinn -6.5
                    Last edited by zipp; 12-07-13, 10:55 PM.

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                    • #11
                      Re: Free Service Plays Sunday 12/8/2013

                      Northcoast

                      Early Bird - Denver Broncos -12

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                      • #12
                        Re: Free Service Plays Sunday 12/8/2013

                        Stephen Nover

                        156 SF -2.5(-120) 3*
                        143 DET / 144 PHI Under 54.0 2*

                        134 BAL -6.5(-110) 2*

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                        • #13
                          Re: Free Service Plays Sunday 12/8/2013

                          Johnny Totals

                          100* Bengals / Colts Over 43

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                          • #14
                            Re: Free Service Plays Sunday 12/8/2013

                            YourBookiesMoney NFL Game of the Year

                            4* San Francisco -2.5

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                            • #15
                              Re: Free Service Plays Sunday 12/8/2013

                              Norm Hitzges Picks of the Pole

                              DOUBLE PLAY
                              •San Francisco -2.5 Seattle

                              SINGLE PLAYS
                              •Baltimore -6.5 Minnesota
                              •Cincinnati -6.5 Indianapolis
                              •Kansas City -3 Washington
                              •Detroit +2.5 Philadelphia
                              •Carolina +3 New Orleans
                              •Chicago PICK Dallas

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