Picks Thursday Sep, 19, 2019
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09/15/2019   -   WON $200

SEA 3.5
 
Seattle 28
Steelers 26
KC -7
 
Chiefs 28
Oakland 10
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  • @EMC • 2d

    With Severino back on the mound, I like the Yankees on the Run Line. Suarez has been awful all year and especially in the second half and pitching in New York on the Ace's Opening Day? Come on, The Yankees are too potent and their will be a buzz in the Bronx Air. Did I mention the only guy you know of on the Angels, Mike Trout, is out for the Season? Take the Yankees on the RUNLINE.

    My Pick: New York -291 70%
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  • @EMC • 2d

    I will take Giolito to have a big game as the season comes to an end and he pads his Cy Young candidate statistics and builds on something for 2020. He shut these guys DOWN earlier this year striking out 14! I like a First 5 bet on this one with CHI.

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  • @EMC • 3d

    This Browns Team has some vets on the Defensive Side that stated they would've demanded a trade had Gregg Williams became the head coach - they do not like the man (D. Randall to be exact). The Browns were humiliated at home last week after many including themselves, started to jump on the bandwagon. Tonight I think we get a glimpse of the Good regarding this stacked team - we saw the Bad and the Ugly. The Jets are just too injured to stay in this one. CJ Mosley was a huge piece for the jets in the offseason and as soon as he went down last week, The Jets crumbled on defense. I think Mayfield throws for 2+ TDs and the line looks decent protecting him tonight. Cleveland-27 New York- 16.

    My Pick: Cleveland -6.5 70%
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  • @EMC • 4d

    This one is yard - two championship teams that had bad week one's (albeit Seattle got a W). I'd lean towards Seattle in this personally. I really think people are overhyping this Pittsburgh team just because of recent history. The run game looked bad last week and Big Ben will have his hands full against an equally if not better front 7 in Seattle today. Russell Wilson is a gamer and while Seattle has their own issues on the Offensive line as well as running game, I like him to keep this close as well as Seattle to get a TO that leads to points in the first half.

    My Pick: Seattle +3.5 70%
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  • @EMC • 4d

    Oakland was a great story in week 1 but they will be humbled in this one. The Raiders are extremely young, don't have a ton of depth and just lost their starting safety. The running attack will set the tone and then Maholmes will play action and pick them apart out of the shotgun before we even get to the 4th quarter. I like KC to handle business - 31-17.

    My Pick: Kansas City -7 70%
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  • @EMC • 5d

    look at that line moving in favor of the Vikings...Everyone is on Rodgers D and he did as much as Cousins did in Week 1.

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  • @EMC • 5d

    The Tulsa D has been a force so far this season, allowing just 4.5 yards per play for the year and dominating the run to the tune of 3.1 yards/rush allowed. They'll look to lean on that defense to slow Oklahoma State down and keep them in the game on Saturday. Tylan Wallace will be an issue for Tulsa on the outside - he was a monster last week getting 3 TD scores on 180 receiving yards! Even if Tulsa can get things going early with the Run, at some point they'll have to play catchup against this speedy passing attack under Mike Gundy. At some point, the Golden Hurricane will need to open up and toss it downfield and it will be a matchup nightmare imo as these OSU Db's are accustom to Big 12 receivers. OSU covers.

    My Pick: Oklahoma St. -14 70%
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  • @EMC • 6d

    Georgia has hit the over in eight of its last 10 against Sun Belt Conference opponents and it is 3-0-1 with the over in its last four games following a win. I would expect to see Georgia put up between 45-55 and bench some starters when it gets out of reach for Arkansas State. I like the OVER here as when that happens, ARKST. should be able to get a couple garbage time TDs. They have a respectable passing game.

    My Pick: Over 58 70%
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  • @EMC • 6d

    MISS ST. whooped up last year against Kansas St but MSTU lost 4 d-lineman from last season. They lost their QB Tommy Stevens to a shoulder injury and now have a redshirt freshman playing. It's not going to be a cake walk for either team - should be a good game. K-State is not good against the SEC historically but I like the defense and think under the new coaching staff, they keep it tight.

    My Pick: Kansas St. +7 70%
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  • @EMC • 1w

    BC has averaged over 475 yards of offense per game this season and have 7 turnovers on defense so far - that's against far better talent then that of what the JayHawks have faced to date. I'm expecting a rowdy crowd Friday Night at BC and even though this thing has moved from 18.5 to 21, I like the Eagles to cover as Kansas does not have any firepower on offense to stay in it and already have turned the ball over 5 times to some low-end teams at that.

    My Pick: Boston College -21 70%
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  • @EMC • 2w

    Tennesee is a mess, having two starters transfer from the program after the upset last week. Tennessee QB, Jarrett Guarantano, is going to be able to find holes in the BYU secondary and do just enough to beat the Cougars. Does that mean a cover? It's a tough one. The Vols are talented all around. BYUs defense looked decent against the Utes. But we could see from the way they ran the ball at will, the Cougars can be challenged in the trenches. When BYU is on offense the Vols will be able to cover up with receivers easily with 1v1 and likely get after it in blitz packages. The public is high on an upset in this one therefore, for a program of this stature, I'm betting they cover. BYU can score in this thing, but won't have enough in the tank.

    My Pick: Tennessee -3.5 70%
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  • @EMC • 2w

    Both Qbs are out.

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  • @EMC • 2w

    Buffalo has only one or two redeeming qualities at best which are their running backs and veteran offensive line. Even with a pair of decent rushers, its hard to see Buffalos offense getting much against this PSU D. Buffalo has a true freshman starting at QB who is making his first road start in a night game at the Beav - I fully expect a blowout and feel bad for Buffalo in this one.

    My Pick: Penn St. -31.5 70%
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  • @EMC • 2w

    FAU is 6-2 ATS in its last 8 versus teams with a winning record

    The OVER has cashed in 5 of the last 6 Owls road games

    UCF is 1-4 ATS in its last 5 at home but the OVER is 5-1 in their last 6 @ Home.

    While there is no question the UCF offense get a lot of points on the board (check those lines on team over/under points) I don't see FAU hanging with them. The Knights defense is allowing just 8.5 points per game and although Singletary is a strong rushing threat for the Owls, the rest of the offense will not stand up against the Knights defense. I love UCF here @ -12.5.

    My Pick: Central Florida -12.5 70%
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  • @EMC • 2w

    Northern Colorado is 0-10 SU in the last 10 games and in their last 5, the total went UNDER. Well, WSU has a potent offense, folks - I think we go over in this one. Also, Washington State is an impressive 12-2 ATS in the last 14 games. Anthony Gordon was near perfect going 29 of 35 for 420 yards with five TD passes in his debut. Mike Leach is one of the best in the business and I think NCU, with their QB throwing a few picks last week in a route against San Jose State, is about to have an even rougher beat down tonight. BUT, big but here - I took them at -36.5. This LINE HAS MOVED AN ENTIRE TD! I'd stay away from the spread even though it's tempting. The play is the OVER.

    My Pick: Over 63 70%
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