Friday, October 26, 2012

NFL Week 8: Triple D(s)

Seattle at Detroit (-1.5)
Somewhere along the way, the Kitty Kats went from the next up and coming team with guys like Matthew Stafford and Megatron and Ndamukong Suh, to the what the hell happened, Kitties?...with losses this year to teams like Tennessee and fraudulent (did you see last night?) Minnesota. And Stafford, Megatron, and Suh are all still there. So what's up with that, @CubLion?

Pump the brakes, Yack. The Lions are still a good team, and capable of making a run over their last 10 games. That's right, panic attackers. The Lions have 10 games left. And they've just come off a stretch of 4 out of 5 games on the road, and they should be coming off back to back road wins. Anyone who watched their Monday night loss at Chicago, clearly could see that the Kitties gift wrapped that W for da Bears.

Just look at the numbers. The Kitties out gained da Bears 340 to 296, and they turned the ball over 3 times in the Red Zone (one being a muffed punt). It was a far from impressive win by da Bears, and it was an ugly, out of sync loss by da Kitties. Fast forward to this week and Yack's October NFL ATS Game of the Month!!!

I love this spot for the Lions. They are a wounded Lion, they're catching a team who is AWFUL on the back end of back to back roadies under Pete Carroll (0-3 ATS in this role), and the Lions are a team that has a lot of talent, who will make a Wildcard run before its all said and done. Beat down in Detroit Rock City. 31-10 Lions.

NY Giants at Dallas (+1)
Don't give up on the Cowboys, Dallas haters. Listen, nobody likes to see those C-suckers lose more than I do, but this is not going to be one of those weeks. And Dallas, who was on a lot of people's radars prior to the start of the season, has seemed to be put on the back burner by those same prognosticators.

They've just come off back to back roadies, and went 1-1 on it. They won ugly at Carolina, and pushed Baltimore to the brink in Charm City, before coming  up a 2 point conversion attempt short.

The rest of their resume reads: A beat down administered to these same Giants in Week 1, a loss at Seattle, which is one of the toughest places to play (ask New England and Green Bay*), a home win against an upstart Tampa team, and YES, a bad home loss to a Bears team who I'm actually a little suspect of. But I'm giving the Cowboys a pass on that one....

The G-men had an impressive W against the 49ers two weeks ago. Props to them, but then again, they match up well. (See NFC Championship Game 2011). And I'm using the match up angle here too, because the trends lean towards NYG.

That Week 1 beat down was just that, a mother f**king beat down. Dallas dominated in every statistical category from time of possession (35min to 25 min) , first downs (18-15), and Dallas out gained the G-men by almost a 2:1 margin. And the game wasn't even nearly as close as the final score. The Cowboys had a 14 point lead with 5 minutes to play and gave up a garbage TD late. Keep thinking the Giants are the class of the NFC East, you crazy experts. The Super Bowl hangover will rear its ugly head this season, and you'll see signs of it this Sunday. 30-17 Cowboys.

New Orleans at Denver (-6)
After starting the season 0-4, the team whose fans used to wear bags on their heads have rebounded with two straight wins. However, the Saints defense is an absolute disaster. They're yielding over 300 passing yards/game and 30 points/game, both good for a 30th rank in NFL defensive stats.

I like Denver coming off the bye week, and so does Vegas. Denver is 9-2 ATS in their last 11 following a bye week, hence what might appear to be an inflated line, aka "sucker line", Saints fan.

The Saints are scoring points (29/per game), but they are not stopping anybody. And their secondary is a bigger disaster than Washington's. Couple that with the back to back roadie angle, and Who Dat Nation will be requesting paper over plastic again. Broncos win 35-24.

Last Night                      1-0 ATS (Ruff-Ruff)
Barking Dogs YTD     11-3 ATS (phenomenal)
Totals YTD                    3-0 ATS  (off the charts)
Last Week                    2-2 ATS  (Kissing your sister and paying vig)

YTD                         17-10-1 ATS (63%)
Since 2010               92-51-8 ATS (64%)

One final D....Mr. Hall with his shadow Baba Boo-errr, I mean Mr. Oates. Pour yourself a cognac, and go pound your man.

Thursday, October 25, 2012

BT Sports Radio: 10/23/2012 Dan Hellie (guest). And Your Thursday Night Winner.

Yack, Jabby, and Rich Turpin got together like they do every Tuesday and.....

Intro/The guys touch on the Redskins/Giants game.

Dan Hellie from NBC 4 calls in, talks about his co-worker Chris Cooley, talks about  RG3,  talks about how heartbreaking the Nats loss was, and talks about his love for the Ashburn Wegman's.

Redskins talk resumes, the boys also cover the Ravens beat down, and then they recap the entire NFL weekend.

01:05:25-01:21:15 (Degen Segment)
The boys get into their NFL  ATS and SU bets. Check out the YTD standings:

ATS                                    SU
Yack 14 pts                         Jabby 19
Jabby 11pts                         Yack 18
Rich   11pts                          Rich  14

Jabby's Nuggets: Offensive fantasy players of the week, Yack's buddy wears adult diapers at Lions and Cubs games, Jabby and Rich argue about who will be better over the long run; Andrew Luck or RG3. The boys then put  to bed the absurd Twitter explosion regarding Joe Gibbs and the Dallas Cowboys.

Rich Turpin's "Whatcha Know?" segment involves stories about a penis enlarger, Justin Bieber, Madonna is an old dumb twat, and Chris Brown gets into it with an autograph seeker.

Thursday Night Winner

Tampa Bay (+5) at Minnesota
*The Bucs have won 3 straight versus the Purple People Eaters
*Tampa's resume through 7 games: Have been in every game they've played, against some very good teams.
*Minnesota's resume through 7 games: definitely an impressive win against Frisco (San Fran isn't a fraud, are they???), but they lost to both rookies; Boat Raced by RG3 and the Redskins, lost to Andrew Luck and the Colts.
*The UNDERS are 6-1 ATS through 7 weeks in Roger Goodell's Thursday "Snoozefest" edition of NFL football. Makes taking the points and the dog more attractive.
24-20 Vikings

The  October ATS Game of the Month will be released Friday/Saturday.

Sunday, October 21, 2012

NFL Week 7: Rambling On About ATS Winners

This guy gets hot chicks and has two rings....#FML
Washington at NY Giants Under 51
I've bet one total all year and it was a big fat winner. That one total ALSO involved the Washington Redskins (Falcons/Skins). And although the Redskins have really opened it up offensively this year thanks to Black Jesus, they're still not a team that I'm ready to peg as playing in 60 point shoot outs every week.

Now obviously they did last week, and 5 of their 6 games this year have gone over the total, but that's why you're reading this column; to get informed, degens.

33, 42, 31, 38, 57, 40, 30, 23, 32, and 41: these are the total points scored in the last 10 tilts between these two teams. That's just one game that got into the 50s over that span. In fact, the G-Men have played UNDER versus the Redskins at home in 8 of their last 9 meetings in the Meadowlands.

Jim Haslett's much maligned and much criticized defense does seem to match up well versus the G-men. They gave up just 24 total points in two wins versus the Super Bowl champs last year, and the G-men RBs have failed to eclipse 100 yards rushing in 3 straight games vs their divisional foe. This is a last minute field goal game, with not a whole lot of scoring. UNDER

New Orleans at Tampa Over 49.5
The game line here seems sneaky low to me. The Saints are coming off their bye week and are also coming off their first win of the year. They seem to me, at least, like a team who has under achieved through 6 weeks. They're only laying (-1) here, and it seems a little light. And when it seems a little light, you can be assured that I don't know shit, Vegas knows all, and Tampa will probably be competitive here.

Tampa is no slouch offensively. They've scored 22 points or more in 3 of their last 4 games, and they've scored in the 30s twice in their last 4 games. Amazingly enough, the Saints with their 1-4 losing record, have scored 24 points or more in EVERY game they've played this year.

These two teams are like a streaky roulette wheel. They've played 7 straight unders following 5 straight overs. But barring a gulf coast down pour during this tilt, this will be a track meet, so you will need to move all of your chips to the OVER side of the wheel. 41-37 final.

New York Jets at New England (-10.5)
Roger Goodell and the NFL are more or less giving a big F you! to all the Red Zone subscribers here, with just two games on the slate for 4 pm Eastern. And this is one of them. That's the kind of scheduling snafu you encounter when you force feed horseshit, un-motivated Thursday night football on the fans, prior to Thanksgiving, coupled with the bye weeks that have now kicked in. Thanks, dick.
The Commish talking about the size of his own penis

Myself and the rest of the country are waiting for the Patriots to snap out of it. The curiosity surrounding this  team and what exactly they were made of began with their week 2 loss at home to Arizona. Since then, they've had a couple tough losses- both last week at Seattle and the week after the Zona loss, at Baltimore. And not to play the could've, should've, would've game with you, but this team could be 5-1 right now.

The New York Jets are poo-poo. They are a .500 football team since the beginning of last year (11-11). And now the former hefty head coach of the Jets who likes to lay gobs of it all over his wife's feet while in public parks, is talking about implementing Tim Tebow into the equation at running back. Is that supposed to scare the Pats, Rex? Is that some kind of Halloween type ploy, like Boo! I don't think King Hoodie and Chiseled Tom are shaking in their boots.

The Patriots are 4-1 ATS in their last 5 following a SU loss and 4-1 ATS in their last 5 versus the AFC East. They've also handled the Jets in their last two meetings, winning by 21 and 9 points. I don't think the Jets are a very good football team, and with the division now locked in a 3-3 cluster, this is the week Belichick begins to separate himself from the pack. Blowout. 38-14 Patriots.

Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (+1)
Remember last Monday night when I told  you that the Denver Broncos needed the win more than the San Diego Chargers did? And remember when Denver than proceeded to go out and gift wrap 17 points for Norv's boys, who eventually took a 24 point lead into halftime? And then remember creaky voice's team yielded 35 unanswered points to Denver in the second half, and the talking point then went from "F**k you, Yack!" to "God damn, Yack! Nice pick!"? Play that angle here.

Cincinnati needs this game more than the 2-3 Steelers, who are old and banged up and well on their way to a 7-9 season. The BungHoles are coming off back to back losses after starting off the season 3-1, and I still like them to get back to the post season like they did last year, competing for a division that is officially (Sorry, Raven fan) up for grabs.The Steelers have lost 7 straight road games ATS.  Big H.A.T. Nation gets another peak at what mediocre looks like in a season that will produce a sub .500 record.  Bengals win 26-20.

Last Week              4-1 ATS
YTD                  14-8-1 ATS
Since 2010       89-49-8 ATS (64.5%)

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

BT Sports Radio: Oct. 16, 2012

Yack, Jabby, and Rich Turpin got together like they do every Tuesday, and.......

The guys commiserate about both the Orioles and Nats' first round, post season exits. Yack gets emotional while talking about why John Feinstein and others couldn't wait to hate on the Nats. Stat boy chimes in as usual.  Jabby thinks the Orioles are sustainable.

Brent @FantasyAdvice from joins the program to give out fantasy football nuggets and he has some very high praise for RG3.

The guys breakdown the week in the NFL, in between taking a call from Baltimore's own and friend of the show @followFRANNIE on twitter, who called in to promote a Breast Cancer Awareness event in Charm City.

The guys make their NFL Week 7 straight up (SU) and against the spread (ATS) picks.

Jabby's Weekend Nuggets. The Mayor of Baltimore recaps all things sports over the past 4 days.

Rich Turpin's Whatcha Know segment- the guys banter about the latest news and entertainment stories.

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Monday, October 15, 2012

A Monday Night Dog: Denver Needs and Wants it More

Its been almost 72 hours since the Washington Nationals broke mine and many DMVers' hearts. I'm slowly coming around to being myself. I've limited my sports radio listening to nothing since then (sorry, Junkies), and I've limited my twitter time to commenting on Dick Stockton and John Lynch's inept, awful, horrible,  play by play during yesterday's exciting Redskins win. Who the F**K is Robert Griffin, Jr. and who the F**K is RJ3? Enough of this DICK Stockton already!!!!!

But as we all know, life goes on and when the NFL is in full swing, and I'm picking dogs like its going out of style (9-2 ATS this year alone), I can't let down my loyal readers and fellow degens. I'm beginning to feel again, dogg....Ruff-Ruff

Denver (+1) at San Diego
You need to not over analyze this game. It comes down to which team needs it more (see Green Bay Packers and Detroit Lions yesterday) to keep up with the pace of their division and their conference. And in this case, its the Denver Broncos.

Denver- who is coming off a road loss at New England, is looking to avoid two losses in a row, falling two games behind what would be the 4-2 division leading Chargers, and falling a game behind the plethora of 3-3 teams in the AFC.

I would start by presenting what Denver has done through 5 weeks. They've been competitive in all 3 of their losses. And they weren't playing cream puffs. A 10 point loss last week at New England, a 6 point loss at Atlanta in which the Broncos spotted the Falcons a 20-0 lead, and a 6 point loss to the one loss Texans. They handled the Steelers and Raiders in their two wins, and I like them handling the Chargers on Monday night.

San Diego is a 7 or 8 win team at most. That's what Vegas said, and that's where I have them. Both their head coach and GM are under the microscope this year, after years of aspiring to be just not good enough. And being just good enough is where they are again this year. Wins against Oakland, Tenn, and the Chiefs are not that impressive. Those 3 teams are a combined 4-13. They were manhandled at home by Atlanta, and lost last week to the (at the time) winless Saints.

I started this post by telling you not to over analyze this game. Otherwise you'd be reading about the Broncos 1-8 ATS last 9 games in October. Or San Diego's 7-1 ATS last 8 games on grass. Or the fact that the favorite in this series is 7-2-2 ATS in the last 11 meetings. Throw all that sh*t out.

Norv and crew ARE on the hot seat. They were a putrid 0-3 ATS at home vs. the AFC West last year, including a 16-13 loss to Denver. These are the reasons that their clocks are ticking, and its losses like the one they'll endure tonight, that will have Turner and GM A.J. Smith holding walking papers come January 1. And like I said, Peyton and crew will come in here tonight needing and wanting it more.
Broncos win 23-16.

Yesterday              3-1 ATS
YTD                  13-8-1 ATS
Since 2010      88-49-8 ATS (64.2%)

Thursday, October 11, 2012

NFL Week 6: Searching (for winners) With My Good Eye Closed

Listen, NFL bettors. I'm all caught up in MLB's thrilling Game 4s that are forcing Game 5s. I really don't got time for this horseshit- you know, giving away free winners. But for the sake of you guys, my two year documented 65% winning record, and the fact that I'm a degen just like you.....

(Oh, by the way....Yack-Yack is 7-1 ATS picking dogs this year, let me get this fave out of the way......)

Indy at NY Jets (-3.5)
Peter Griffin's son Chris (Andrew Luck...Listen to their voices. They are eerily similar) is due to play like a rookie. Take the opposite of his last minute drives against both the Packers last week, and against the Vikings two weeks ago, and apply whatever the bi-polar opposite is. Because that is what will happen here. By 8:37pm EST Sunday, Rex Ryan's wife's feet are going to be glazed over like a celebratory Doughnut from Dunkin's. (Grossest thing I've ever written?)  24-13 Jets.

KC (+4.5) at Tampa Bay
Did I mention I've been killing it betting the dogs like that asshole Michael Vick used to? (and probably still does) And did I mention that I keep pimping the Chiefs like they're Dez Bryant's mom? Pull up your god damn pants, and pay attention when I keep telling you that the Chefs will win the AFC West, dogg.  16-10 Chiefs.

Dallas (+3.5) at Baltimore
The only thing I hear from my Dallas Cowboy friends, is how awful the Dallas offensive line is. Fair enough. I was all over their off season secondary upgrades they made, and I'm sticking to it. Give me their coming off the bye week, coupled with THAT secondary- which is part of their 4th ranked defense, and I'll take those points 8 days a week. Cowboys cover, but lose 20-19.

Buffalo (+4.5) at Arizona
A lot of talk about how this could be the year the Bills make a run at the Patriots, or at least stick around and make a Wild Card. And as poorly as they've looked in some of their losses, including last week's butt thumping in San Fran....and the 45-7 run the before mentioned Pats put on them two weeks ago, this team at 2-3 is still right where they want to be. The Bills stayed and practiced at Arizona State all week, so not to Eff with two cross country flights in as many weeks. And they will be rearing and ready to go. Bills win outright- RUFF, RUFF- 23-14.

Last Week    2-1        ATS
YTD              10-7-1   ATS
Since 2010    85-48-8 ATS (65%)

Monday, October 8, 2012

I'm Not a Math Major, but an 83.3% Success Rate is Better Than a 70.4% One

Here I go again, piling on the ineptitude of the Redskins' Special Teams/Kicking Game/Danny Smith. Another week, another Redskins loss marred by an absolute momentum killing, 31 yard field goal attempt that was missed by soon to be ex-kicker Billy Cundiff. Even worse than an  NFL kicker missing another chippy that 70% of high school kids could make in their sleep, were Cundiff's post game comments. (courtesy of CSN's Rich Tandler)

"You look at the final score and obviously, even if I would've made that field goal we still would've needed 4 more points," he said.

That's the attitude, Billy. Deflect your ineptitude by showing everyone that you at least excel at 3rd grade math. Enjoy the pink slip that will  be in your  locker this morning.

But since Mr. Cundiff opted to go basic math on us,  I figured I'd point out the Redskins' kicking game since releasing Shaun Suisham back in December of  2009. You might remember his release. He missed a 23 yard chippy in regulation, that most likely would've led to a win against the undefeated New Orleans Saints. The game eventually went into Overtime, and you know how that movie ended.

However, prior to being released, Suisham had made 17 of 20  field goals. That's not awful, and its certainly not the dreadful pace that Cundiff is on for this season. So for the sake of my argument, I've posted some numbers below:

The Redskins Post-Releasing Shaun Suisham Kicking Game*

2010 (Gano)                   24/35
2011 (Gano)                   31/41
2012 (Cundiff)                  7/12
Total                                62/88     (70.4%)

Shaun Suisham Since Being Released by Washington*

2010                               14/15
2011                               23/31
2012                                8/8
Total                                45/54    (83.3%)

*Not accounting for the final 4 games of 2009

So I would ask you this, Redskin fan. What is more disturbing- this success rate differential since cutting Shaun Suisham, or the fact that someone within the Redskins organization (this year) cut Graham Gano in the 11th hour of training camp, to go out and sign Billy Cundiff, whose last kick prior to being signed was a 32 yard miss in the AFC Championship Game that would've forced overtime?

Friday, October 5, 2012

NFL Week 5: Debating Point Spreads Like Its Going Out of Style

I Don't Remember Seeing This Right Hook Connecting
Philly at Pittsburgh (-3.5)
Smoke and mirrors, Eagles fan. That's whats going on with your team. I have to hang your 3-1, first place in the NFC East record on something, so that's it; smoke and mirrors. You lead the league in turnovers (12),  you're being outscored 66-83, and your 3-1 SU record could just as easily match your 0-4 ATS record through the first month of the season.

Speaking of smoke (menthol) and mirrors (what they're looking into while teasing their big hair), Steeler Nation is rearing and ready to go. Their Big Hair is teased to the moon, their Big Asses are bigger and more cottage cheesy than ever, and their Big Trucks with their Don't Tread on Me bumper stickers, are ready to run over some mother f**kers.

The 1-2 Steelers are coming off their bye week following a tough last second loss to the lowly Oakland Raiders. Mike Tomlin's troops have two west coast losses (Denver is more or less the west coast, right?) and a beat down they administered to the NY football Jets at home. But even at 1-2, Pittsburgh is the only NFL team with a losing record to have a (+) point differential, and statistically, Big Ben and Pittsburgh's Steel Curtain defense are still top 5 talent.

Mike Tomlin is the king of preparation, especially in the face of adversity. The Steelers are 9-0 ATS in their  last 9 following a SU loss, and they're 5-1 ATS in their last 6 following their bye week. The law of averages catch up with Mike Vick and crew. 24-14 Steelers.

Baltimore at Kansas City (+6)
Wow, this game looks easy, doesn't it Ravens fan? Your team will have had 10 days off by the time toe meets leather here, AND you're facing an inferior team who looked dreadful last week in a home loss vs. divisional foe San Diego, in a game in which the Chefs turned the ball over 6 times! Easy winner, right?

Play the wounded animal angle here, degens. As I've gone on record and will continue to state, the Kansas City Chiefs ARE a good football team, and they WILL WIN the AFC West. I'd expect a very focused Chiefs team who does not want to drop to 1-4, and for all intents and purposes, be done. This is a must win, and I'll take my chances with them following the worst possible game they could've played, back at home catching a touchdown.

The Ravens are 0-4 ATS in their last 4 verses teams with losing records, and they also have a tendency to lay an egg on the road verses non-divisional opponents, most of whom suck. Last year they were 1-4 ATS on the road versus non-divisional opponents, and of those games, they lost 4 of them straight up- to Seattle, Tennessee, Jacksonville, and San Diego. Chiefs win out right 31-21.

Falcons at Redskins UNDER 51.5
The Redskins defense ranks a lowly 29th. The undefeated Falcons defense is nothing to write home about either, especially in light of their blemish free record, at 16th. But if we focus just on the Redskins, and if I could point out some stats in two games this year, and their totals from last year, you'll be all in with me here.

The Redskins defense has shown signs. They dominated the first halves both against New Orleans (163 yards allowed, and technically just 7 points yielded) and last week against Tampa (126 yards and 6 points allowed). And the Redskins, though a much improved offense through 4 weeks, are traditionally not a team who plays in big TOTAL games.

Granted, they have played 4 straight OVERS this year, and have even done so with a total of 49.5 (vs. Cincy). However, going back to last year, this team played in 6 games in which the total was 45 or higher, and only 1 of those 6 games went over the total. And now through 4 weeks of the 2012 campaign, even with a small sample of what their games are looking like, I'm supposed to buy into this team playing in 50 and 60 point shoot outs each week?

Ain't doing it.

Chalk this up as me utilizing the due factor if you want, but I'm banking on the Shannys to rough up Atlanta's 29th ranked run defense, with a heavy dose of Alfred Morris AND RG3 picking up tons with his legs- i.e., the clock running. Jim Haslett's defense will continue to improve, and I think Atlanta will have problems outside the dome on the first real cold day of the 2012 season (high temp only supposed to be 60). The Skins keep this close, and this game goes WAY under.

Last Week    2-2 ATS
YTD              8-6-1 ATS
Since 2010    83-47-8 ATS (64%)

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

You Can't Miss Chippies, You Can't Allow Punts to Be Blocked. Period.

Where is this  kick headed?.. Most likely left or right.
I attempted to make a general point last night while discussing the Redskins Special Teams with my "radio partner" Rich Turpin. Never once did I mention the ST coach's name, nor did I suggest anyone be fired nor any players be cut. I simply was making a point, that through 4 weeks, the Redskins Special Teams hasn't exactly helped the cause.

So in review, fellow Redskins fans, here are the details through 4 games:

*The Redskins Special Teams leads the league in blocked punts allowed (2). Both of these blocked punts led to touchdowns by the Redskins opponents. Also, Skins punter Sav Rocca is ranked 17th both in Gross Punt Average and Net Punt Average. Statistically, average at best.

*Skins kicker Billy Cundiff is last in the league in Field Goal conversions at 60%. He's made 6 and missed 4, but we'll give him a little bit of a pass, as 2 of his 4 misses were on attempts of greater than 50 yards. However, 2 of his misses were chip shots, relative to NFL standards. His misses from 41 and 31 yards Sunday to Tampa, could've led to the second game lost by the Redskins this year, in which the Special Teams played in a big factor in the loss. (see Rams game)

So counting the two chippy misses by Cundiff, coupled with the two touchdowns scored by opponents as a result of the Redskins' ST allowing Sav Rocca's punts to be blocked, that's 20 total points that the Special Teams has allowed in just 4 games. That's unacceptable.

Want to hear a Redskin homer try to shamelessly defend/dismiss the ST unit? Rich Turpin begins to go on the defense at about the 27:01 mark.

Letter to The Editor AND BT Sports Radio

"The Legend" is a retired friend of Yack Sr. The Legend is one of the many who are on the Sportsyack email-errrrrrr, spam list that is sent out each week, and he occasionally likes to respond in his most legendary way. His tongue in cheek sense of humor alleging that Yack Sr. fled to Canada during the Vietnam War, or that he (Legend) could actually report me (Yack) to the Better Business Bureau, are almost as obscure as his spelling and grammatical style. This is the same guy who was telling me to go fuck myself during the club gin rummy games my dad had me playing when I was 9 years old, AND the same guy who once attempted to punch the Pittsburgh Parrot during a Pirates game at old Three Rivers Stadium. See his email to me below. I have copied and pasted it exactly the way it was sent:

The Legend once took a swing at this guy


Two out of four…not bad including the thursday game… fact I cud make a case for three of five cause u actually gave the under also Thursday nite… now herewith the problem u no account fucking ingrate…….when myself and the rest of ur customers or followers signed up for ur most valued service of the ‘’yack’s’’’ weekly predictions we were promised that the picks wud be in our possession by Friday COB. We therefore paid in advance as u required….no problem so far….but last weeks selections didn’t cum in until Sunday morning….this mother fucker is completely unacceptable.  If this oversight happens in the future I will report ur sorriii ass to the BBB and that will be followed by a class action lawsuit.  U dude have been warned…….there will be no second chance in this regard.  Ur uncle tommy in his present condition is in no position to protect u and needless to say ur north of the border luving daddy wud be useless to u if trouble started.  He wud flee to u know where.

The ‘’legend’’

Another episode of BT Sports Radio with Yack, Rich Turpin, and Jabby Burns is embedded below. The Nationals clinching the NL East, the Redskins escape in Tampa, and the Americans meltdown at the Ryder Cup are ALL covered. Enjoy.

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