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Two Dogs on This NFL Championship Sunday — winners go on to Arizona’s Super Bowl 49 = XLIX

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NFC:

  • Seattle Seahawks host in Sunday’s early game
  • HAWKS -17.5
  • Green Bay Packers – who beat the Dallas Cowboys last weekend!
  • THE PACK – 21.5
  • O/U = 55.5

THE GREEN BAY PACKERS

Green Bay can clinch the Super Bowl XLVIX with a win in noisy Seattle, Washington.

#1 seeded Seattle clinched a first-round bye with: 1) SEA win 2) SEA tie + ARI loss or tie + DAL loss 3) SEA tie + ARI loss or tie + GB/DET tie

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AFC:

  • New England Patriots – Won the AFC East and a first-round bye
  • PATS  – 17.5
  • Indianapolis Colts — AFC South Champions play in Sunday’s second title game
  • HOOSIER HORSES  – 18.5
  • O/U = 49.5

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS MADE IT INTO THE SECOND ROUND OF THE PLAYOFFS

BECAUSE IF DENVER BEATS CINCINNATI New England can clinch home-field advantage throughout the AFC playoffs with: 1) NE win 2) NE tie + DEN loss or tie 3) DEN loss

IF CINCINNATI BEATS DENVER New England clinches home-field advantage throughout AFC playoffs

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Cheeseheads had nothing to cheer about this weekend other than losses by the Bears and Lions

Cheeseheads had nothing to cheer about this weekend other than losses by the Bears and Lions

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This week, the odds are just enormous.

RB Frank Gore

RB Frank Gore

Here we go again. This week, here are how things shape up:

Rot Team Point Spread Moneyline Total Team Total

1:00p Matchup

Oakland Raiders -10.5
41½
14½ O -130
U +100
Kansas City Chiefs -21,5
24½ O -130
U +100
Jacksonville Jaguars -3½
45 O
U
14½ O -130
U +100
Baltimore Ravens -23½
28½ O -130
U +100
Pittsburgh Steelers -14½
55½ O
U
28½ O -115
U -115
Atlanta Falcons -10½
27 O -115
U -115
Houston Texans -6½
49 O
U
21 O -120
U -110
Indianapolis Colts -17½
27½ O -120
U -110

1:00p Matchup

Cincinnati Bengals -14.5
44 O -110
U -110
21½ O -115
U -115
Cleveland Browns -11.5
23 O -110
U -120
Miami Dolphins -7½
48 O
U
20 O -120
U -110
New England Patriots -17½
27½ O -120
U -110
Tampa Bay Buccaneers -14.5
41½ O
U
20 O -105
U -125
Carolina Panthers -21.5
21½ O -125
U -105
Washington Redskins -8.5
47 O
U
20 O -115
U -115
New York Giants -17.5
27 O -115
U -115
Green Bay Packers -14.5
50½ O
U
27 O -120
U -110
Buffalo Bills -4.5
23 O -120
U -110

4:25p Matchup

Minnesota Vikings -10.5
41½ O
U
17 O -120
U -110
Detroit Lions -17.5
24 O -120
U -110

4:05p Matchup

New York Jets -17.5
42 O
U
23 O -110
U -120
Tennessee Titans -13.5
20 O -110
U -120
Denver Broncos -17.5
50½ O
U
27 O -120
U -110
San Diego Chargers -14.5
23 O -120
U -110

4:25p Matchup

San Francisco 49ers -10.5
38 O
U
14 O -115
U -115
Seattle Seahawks -21.5
24 O -115
U -115

8:30p Matchup

Dallas Cowboys -16.5
55 O
U
27 O -110
U -120
Philadelphia Eagles -14.5
28½ O -125
U -105

Game Monday, Dec 15, 2014 

New Orleans Saints by 1 over

The Chicago Bears (no line)

 

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Last Week, had you picked Tampa Bay, New England, Houston, Green Bay, and/or St. Louis, you would have earned 55 to 1 winnings. On a $100 bet that would come to $5,500.00 ($5,600 returned to you)!

This week, here are how things shape up:

 

Kansas City Chiefs -15,5
at Oakland Raiders +4.5

Sunday, November 23, 2014

1:00p EST Live

Cleveland Browns -3.5
at Atlanta Falcons -3.5
Detroit Lions -7.5
at New England Patriots -14.5
Green Bay Packers -10½  -110
48½ O -110
U -110
at Minnesota Vikings -9½  -110
Jacksonville Jaguars +3½  -110
50½ O -110
U -110
at Indianapolis Colts -17½  -110
Cincinnati Bengals -9½  -110
43½ O -110
U -110
at Houston Texans -7½  -110
New York Jets -4½  -110
40 O -110
U -110
snow Buffalo Bills at Detroit -10½  -110
Tampa Bay Buccaneers -6.5  -110
46½ O -110
U -110
at Chicago Bears -10.5  -110

4:05p Live

267 Arizona Cardinals -7½  -110
42 O -110
U -110
268 Seattle Seahawks -10½  -110

4:05p Live

269 St Louis Rams -5½  -110
43½ O -110
U -110
270 San Diego Chargers -10½  -110

Week 11

4:25p Live

Miami Dolphins -7.5
at Denver Broncos -17.5

4:25p Live

Washington Redskins -3.5
at San Francisco 49ers -8.5

8:30p Live

Dallas Cowboys -8.5
at New York Giants -3.5

Game Mon, Nov 24, 2014 EST

Time Rot Team Point Spread Moneyline Total Team Total
Baltimore Ravens -7.5
at New Orleans Saints -4.5

Sunday’s NFL Betting Line

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*Cincinnati at New Orleans          Bengals -8.5             Saints -8.5

*Tampa at District of Columbia    Redskins -8.8           Bucs -6.6

*Houston at Cleveland                 Texans -2.5              Browns -15.5

*Minnesota at Chicago                 Vikings -9.5             Bears -10.5

**Detroit at Arizona                       Lions   -5.5             Cardinals -8.5

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*San Fran at New York                 Giants -8.5                Forty Niners -11.5

Pitts at Nashville      (Mon)           Steelers -4.5              Titans -3.5

**New England @ Indy                Colts -7.5                   Patriots -8.5

*Atlanta’s at Carolina                  Panthers -10             Falcons -7

*Denver at St. Louis                    Broncos -20.2           Rams -4.4

**Seattle at Kansas City              Seahawks -8.5         Chiefs -7.5

**Philadelphia at Green Bay      Packers -14.5           Eagles -8.5

Buffalo at Miami                          Dolphins – 15.5        Bills -10.5                final = 22-9

**Oakland at San Diego              Chargers -22.5        Raiders +4.5

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Basking in Reflected Glory or Cutting Off Reflected Failure?

Despite the oddsmakers, sportswriters, and teams, real fans will have some explaining to do after Super Bowl #47.

An essay in Psychology Today once described sports fanaticism as “BIRGing.” That’s short for “Basking in Reflected Glory,” a phenomenon that manifests itself in good humor the day after a victory.

Fans have no effect on a game’s outcome, and in most cases, they’ve never met the players, but they happily take ownership of success to the extent that they change speech patterns. After a victory, they say we won the game.

Frank Gore of the SF 49ers

Frank Gore of the SF 49ers

The opposite of BIRGing is “CORFing,” when fans distance themselves from their team’s defeats by Cutting Off Reflected Failure. You may have heard something like this after a loss to the St. Louis Rams: “How could they lose that game?”

If you say this makes fans fickle, history says you’re right. There was no rush to buy 49ers merchandise two years ago when the team’s record was 6-10. But that’s water under the bridge. All that matters now is the 49ers are our team, playing for our community, and will make us proud by defeating the Ravens on Sunday

Week 13 Unlucky for Birds, Pats, Cats, Giants, Titans

Let’s be superstitious during Week 13 of the NFL regular season. It looks like most teams of the AFC (American Conference) are most susceptible to fate.

New England (8-3) at Miami Dolphins (5-6) . . . Ike sees this as “the Home Dog of the Week!” Pats favored by 9? In front of thousands of Dolfans?  dolfins We’re looking forward to CBS sportscaster Dan Dierdorf extolling the virtues of rookie QB Ryan Tannehill rather than rambling about QB Tom Brady. A loss will not clinch the division title for the Patriots.  Go with Miami in this their first of two games against the Pats in December.

Win or lose, Kansas City Chiefs (1-10) at home are winners because they hold a two-game lead for picking first in the college draft. The Panthers (3-8) were favored by 3 before one chief committed suicide. Typically, the Chiefs play their best at home.

NFC teams, like the Minnesota Vikings, have already hit their fiscal cliff. Without the Vikes best receiver and kick returner, Percy Harvin, the Green Bay Packers should have their victory at legendary Lambeau Field by 9 points or more. Nothing worse could even happen to the bad luck Vikes.

The AFC Broncos (8-3) are ripe for disappointment after their home game with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6-5).   A win would clinch the division lead but Bucs RB Doug Martin ran for over 200 yards against the AFC West two weeks ago. Luck will be a factor in the outcome of this game. Denver – favored by 8 – is the 7th worst team in the league averaging 1.9 turnovers every game.

Week 13 Shall be Unlucky for Whom?

December games on the west coast in luckless San Diego and wet Oakland give the advantage to visiting teams Cincinnati Bengals (6-5) and Browns (3-8) from Ohio. The Chargers will never live down their awful tackling at the end of last week’s game with the Ravens. The Raiders, like the Bengals are also one point favorites, yet have been unluckiest during their 8 losses.  Raiders Al

At Detroit, the AFC’s Colts are “5 point underdogs.” Indy (7-4) has more than lion’s pride on the line. Unlike the Lions (4-7), the Colts have Luck at QB and are already in playoff contention. CBS commentator Dan Fouts can describe how much Luck is luckier than Detroit’s celebrated Georgia QB Matthew Stafford and his overrated receivers.

The Houston Texans are favored by 6 at Nashville. It does not matter that the Tennessee Titans (4-7) historically are 7-3 at home against the Texans. It is 2012 and Houston is 11-1. Sundays are not the Titans’ lucky days.

Two 4-7 teams meet – Arizona Cards at New York Jets. Green uniforms might have given the Jersey Jets the oddsmakers’ 4 point advantage. Ike and I cannot possibly pick a winner in this comedy matchup.

Philadelphia at Dallas on Sunday night is another comedy of errors waiting to happen. The Cowboys by 10 sounds reasonable.

Jaxsonville (2-9) plays at Buffalo (4-7) at 1 EST. The talking head analysts don’t buy the Bills as a 6 point favorite given recent quarterbacking by the Jaguars. Ike figures the Cats to cool and lose their luck.

Seattle Seahawks (6-5) set off the sprinklers in Miami and if they remain unlucky it will snow during the Chicago Bears (8-3) game. Ike will gladly surrender 3 points to invest on the Bears.

What do you think about the lack of luck of the Pittsburgh Steelers (6-5) this season as they will play a third-string QB at the Baltimore Ravens (9-2)? Only 3 point favorites? It does not matter that Pitt was the last team to win in Baltimore way back on 12-5-2010.

Week 13 will conclude in a wild Washington D.C. atmosphere. Why are the N.Y. Giants (7-4) favored by 2 over the Redskins (5-6) who want playoff fever?

We’ll be watching to see how luck and fate play out.

Good luck and enjoy the games.

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Only 14 Games Left Until Election Day, Pro American Football Fans

It appears the NFL “blue state” teams will win 9 and the “red state” squads will come up short with only 5 victories. Two of the 14 games are being played in the ‘battleground’ state of Ohio.

Set your wall clocks back an hour early this Sunday…

the USA is finally going fall to normal back on standard time.

The New Jersey Jets and St. Louis Lambs really need to sleep in Sunday in order to recoup from embarrassing loses last Sunday.

Fortunately, the Jets, Rams, 49ers, and Patriots have the day off on this their annual bye-bye week.

ooops, Luck down

This weekend features more grrrreat play by rookie quarterbacks.

Indiana is lucky to have the blue and white Colts at home in the dome. After a 30-9 flooding of the Jets, the Dolphins have been forecasted as the 3 point favorite. Rookie Miami QB Ryan Tannehill and Colt QB Andrew Luck are playing very well, thus Ike is selecting Indy as the ‘home dog of the week.’

Lady Luck shall shine through the Lucas Dome on her favorite son.

Indiana voted ‘blue’ in support of President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden during the 2008 election. Hoosiers should stick with what America has going for it. Both the Colts and Pacers don’t wear a single speck of red on their uniforms.

The Carolina Panthers at Washington Redskins’ game matches up the last two Heisman Trophy winning quarterbacks. Robert Griffin III’s Blueskins are favored over Cam Newton’s cats that could not score enough against the Blue State Bears last weekend.

  • Ike suggests either the DC Blueskins over or the NC Cats under.

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The best game may be played after 4:25 pm EST. The 6-2 New Jersey Giants host the 5-3 Pittsburgh Steelers. Both won and also beat the spread last Sunday. Can you believe the NYG are favored by 5?

These offenses are piloted by former Super Bowl MVPs Eli Manning and Big Ben Roethlisberger, who will be facing defenses that have allowed only 144 and 161 points so far this season.

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A political litmus test is happening in Cincinnati and Cleveland. Should both the Bengals and Browns win, the entire national election will be thrown in the Republican’s favor. NOTE: This is highly unlikely.

  1. Denver at Bengals – Peyton Manning returns to play in the Midwest. The Cat’s defense will find him too difficult to hold down. Cincy has already given up 187 points in seven games this year. Denver keeps scoring when they have to and now hold the division lead in the American West.
  2. Ravens at Browns – Meanwhile, the Cleveland Browns are in last place in the American South division. Funny that the Brownies wreaked out a 7-6 victory last Sunday. The first place Baltimore Ravens have had an extra week of practice only to prepare for the game.

In other games this Week Nine:

The Arizona Cardinals will find the cold weather and ‘blue-state’ hot Green Bay Packers          (-10.5) play overwhelming.

Ike likes the Chicago Bears (-4.5) in Nashville against the Tennessee Titans.

Ike also likes the 7 and oh, undefeated ‘red-state’ Atlanta Falcons (-3.5) at home against the Dallas Cowboys.

Ike likes the last team who almost beat the Falcons to win in the blue state of California. Tampa Bay will feel the jet lag and Oakland black hole while losing out to the Raiders (-1.5).

Two Important Tips:

  1. Watch out for those pink penalty flags!
  2. Beware of betting on the following:

Eagles @ Saints (-2) on Monday night

Vikings @ Seahawks (-2.5)

Lions @ Jaguars (+3.5)

Bills @ Texans (-11)

Chiefs @ Chargers (-7.5)

 

There will be no ties this week – only winners and losers.

We’re wishing you the best of American life in a ‘blue state.’

Good luck and enjoy the games!

 

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College High-Jinx and Bewitching Among the Undefeated

Look out for battle of the band of fans in the Bayou, a West Coast special or two, and some interesting shenanigans looming on the gridiron this weekend. Eight games have national championship implications.

Which (witch) undefeated team will lose this Halloween week?

This coming Saturday there is only one game between two current Top Ten Teams -#1 Alabama (8-0) at #5 Louisiana State (7-1). Baton Rouge night games have long been known as a tough win for the opposition going into the “Snakes Pit.”

Games of Special Note

All three service academies cannot be victorious because someone must lose the Air Force – Army game. The Falcons are favored by 7.5 playing on the East Coast. Last week, Army barely lost to a good Ball State squad 30-22. Americans can root for both teams.

On Thursday, Western Kentucky (6-2)  is favored by 10 at home against Middle Tennessee State. We like the Hilltoppers. Last weekend, they showed an improved defense to beat Florida (International) 14-6. Middle Tennessee scored 38 on North Texas. No worries, WKU’s offense has a reputation to be even better than their defense.

On Friday, California Golden Bears host the Washington Huskies on Friday night and are favored by 4. The underdog looks like our West Coast special pick. Washington is coming off a victory over previously undefeated Oregon State and Cal lost 49-27 to Utah.

Another West Coast special is Arizona at UCLA. Both offenses are in high scoring shape. If you take last week’s results, this game would be Bruins 45, Arizona 39. Ike would gladly take 6 and the Wildcats.

Nasty-Looking Owl

Saturday night there are three games with immediate national championship implications to keep an eye on:

7 pm EDT on Fox – #2 Oregon (8-0) at #17 U.S.C. (6-2). The poor Ducks keep winning only to fall in the polls. Another Oregon win and they might drop in the rankings for a third straight week. More likely is that USC’s QB Barkley will put up some Heisman candidate statistics and beat Oregon at their own high flying offensive game. The Mighty Ducks are favored by 6. They could win by 60 or lose by 16. Ike will take the over, point advantage and the Trojans.

8 pm EDT on ABC – #24 Oklahoma State (5-2) at #3 Kansas State (8-0). KSU is favored by 8 and hosts last year’s conference champion. With a win, they will make more believers. The Cowboys just demolished TCU 36-14. Ike is taking the home cats.

8 pm EDT on CBS – #1 vs. #5 – Alabama by 8.

There are five other games that we believe figure into thee national championship equation and one has already been played last Saturday: Pittsburgh 47, Temple 17. How do we figure that the Temple Owls (3-4) and Pitt Panthers (4-4) are on the road to the BCS?

  1. Temple plays at undefeated #10 Louisville and Pitt plays at undefeated #4 Notre Dame this weekend. Louisville was taken to overtime by Cincinnati last week and held on for a 34-31 win to remain undefeated. The Cardinals are favored by 13.
  2. Notre Dame won 30-13 last weekend under the lights in Norman, Oklahoma. Both Pitt and Temple may be up to performing big time on national TV and perhaps either Louisville or the Irish may not be so motivated this weekend, perhaps a little tired, or just jet-lagged?

 

Here is the summary of the afternoon TV games:

Noon EDT on ESPN – #16 Texas A&M (6-2) at #18 Mississippi State (7-1) Bulldogs.  The Aggies come in as 2.5 point favorites. Ike is trending toward the home underdog in this game.

Noon EDT on ABC – Temple at #10 Louisville. Owls are birds of prey; Cardinals are birds of pray. Watch out for the unexpected.

3:30 EDT on ABC – The Big Ten Game of the Week is #21 Nebraska at Michigan State. MSU is favored by one-and-a-half points. The Spartans were stretched to overtime to get a win over Wisconsin, but the Cornhuskers are coming off an impressive 23-9 victory over pre-season conference favorite Michigan. We like the red underdog in this contest.

3:30 EDT on NBC of course – Pittsburgh at #4 Notre Dame. ND is favored by 18.5. They have won a lot of close games at home. It looks like a win not cover game.  With a 17-point head start for the Panthers, Ike will bet on Pitt ‘cause Pitt is it.

Pitt will need the witch’s magic potion to knock down the Irish Guard(s).

 

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What ‘Cha Going To Do With The NFL

What ‘Cha Going To Do With The NFL.

“Mic and No Ike’s” Prognostications and Drivel for this Weekend