Thursday, November 5, 2009

NFL Week 9

San Diego at NY Giants –4.5
San Diego has won two in a row coming in, the G Men have lost 3 straight. This is the perfect trap game, for the idiot bettor. Degenerate gamblers everywhere, will be calling their man at 5 minutes until 4, or as close as they can up until kickoff, while keeping their eye on the Red Zone channel, to make sure some asshole coach like Sean Payton doesn’t stick his “backdoor cover” johnson up their three child support payments behind asses, to fuck up the 4 team teaser they have next month’s rent tied up in….. just so they can engage themselves in a losing proposition, with their once again renewed faith in Norv Turner.

This is the week the Giants will soundly end all of this “what’s wrong with the Giants?” talk. Chances of them losing 4 games in a row are slim and none. San Diego is 0-2 at east coast teams this year, 0-1-1 ATS. Charger fan will be looking at their TV with 2 minutes to go, the cameras will pan the Charger sideline, and there he will be- Norv Turner, with that stupid, “I’m a loser” expression on his face, and his infamous, "You bet your hard earned money on me, you stupid cocksucker?" body language. And you my friend, like the Bolts, will be a loser.

Carolina +13.5 at New Orleans
This game might feature the biggest ‘overlay’ all season. While everyone is all caught up in the hype of the new greatest show on turf, I’m going to have a go with the team who has won 3 of their last 4, after having started the season 0-3.

The Panthers are averaging almost 28 points per game, in the 3 wins over the last month, and their running game has shot up to 5th, in the entire NFL. On the flip side, the 7-0 Saints have shown some vulnerability over the past few weeks. In their last 3 games- 2 of which they could’ve lost, Gregg Williams’ defense has given up an average of almost 30 points in each of those contests. From what I could tell both from watching the game and from reading the post game stats, the ATL on MNF this past week moved the ball at will.

The visiting team in this match up is 15-2 ATS over the last 17. If the Panthers had been getting two touchdowns from the Saints, over the course of the last 10 times these two have played each other, the Panthers would be 9-1 ATS. The Panthers won 12 games last year. They were never as bad as their September record indicated.

Washington/Atlanta Under 41.5
Redskins played 5 straight unders prior to their MNF “performance” two weeks ago. And any donkey (man in the mirror) can tell you that had the zebras not flagged the Uggles on 3rd and long, with 4:37 to go, on a play that they had picked up the 1st down, that under streak would still be in tact.

Greg Blaiche and crew will keep the scoreboard manageable, especially after Blaiche delivers a pre-game pep talk, revolving around his admiration for serial killers. Expect the bye week to have the same affect on the Redskins, as a diet soda has on Rosie O’Donnell. Falcons win 24-9.

Last Week

Game of the Month (Baltimore)

Overall YTD

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