Friday, September 28, 2007

Week 5 in the NCAA and Week 4 in the NFL

Going into week four of college football means it’s time to start considering things like weather, division games, and as seasonal weather. Things get much more complicated but we’re looking to improve on our 8-1 record. Interesting dope on former top 10 team UCLA. They are 5-0 ATS their last 5 as a dog of less than 3 pts, and 4-1 ATS their last 5 overall, but we’re not taken em’, Ostate teams ALWAYS play well against LA teams at home (ie; SC 2006) so we’re staying off. Saturday we like Clemson, South Carolina, Cal, and our upset special is Michigan St. Wisconsin is the “next big fraud” to be exposed and kicked out of the top 20, play the points in this Big-10 conference game.

In the NFL there’s a few winless teams like ATL, STL, and Miami that need victories badly, but LOTS of 1-2 teams that had high hopes and may see their season, and fan base, take a serious early season exit like Philly, NYG, Da Bears, and Cin. Look for some close games this week. With that said The plays for this week are, New England vs. a “Rudy Johnsonless” Bengal team that has a secondary that gives up way too many points to stop Tommy-Gun and his band of receivers. Also the Chargers will punish the Chiefs and look to get to 500 on the season, the Niners and Seachickens will go over, and Houston will play well in Matt Schuab’s return, and the Pack is going to be 4-0 as the Vikings will not put up enough points to win, and the number is light at -2 for the pack. That’s the dope, stay in the ring and keep your gloves up!

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