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A Look At Some Picks For Week Number Six.


By PST Staff Writer: Stef Penner


Denver Broncos -10 at New York Jets +10
(48)

Broncos have 87% of the action. Jets have 13% of the action.

Line opened at -7.5. Line currently sits at -10.
Total opened at 46. Line currently sits at 48.
Denver escaped week 5 with only a few injuries. Most noteworthy is definitely RB Montee Ball who carried for 172 yards, the most carried yards on the team.

The Jets’ situation, unfortunately, looks a little more dismal. Amongst many injures are WR David Nelson who’s caught for 54 yards, and did not practice. But the real issue is WR Eric Decker who has caught for 204 yards, averaging 14.6 yards per play, and currently leads the team in reception yards. Eric showed limited participation in practice and is questionable to play.

In terms of momentum, while most teams can go from hot to cold, the Jets have stayed on the cool side consistently. This is not true for the Broncos who have had a particularly consistent and strong offense.
With the line set at a massive spread of 10 points it can be daunting; however, in this case, it looks like Denver has every opportunity of satisfying the 10 points spread; especially, due to the 2.5 point move indicating they may have the sharp’s attention.

Broncos to cover ATS.
Game to go OVER the total.



Green Bay Packers -3.0 at Miami Dolphins +3.0 (48.5)

Packers have 78% of the action. Dolphins have 22% of the action.

Line opened at -3.5. Line currently sits at -3.0.
Total opened at 48. Line currently sits at 48.5.

Green Bay Packers left week 5 with an A+ offense and a A- defense. They took on the formidable Minnesota Vikings and took them to task in a 42-10 routing. Since then, the Packers note a few injuries but none of them appear too noteworthy. For all intents and purposes they should carry every piece of their momentum with them into week 6 when they face Miami.

Miami is not in the same boat. Miami has had a consistently poor defense combined with a touch and go, hot-cold, offense. Miami is 10-5-1 ATS coming off the bye, but Miami could have some issues making it 11-5. CB Cortland Finnegan is a key to Miami’s defense and he did not practice. Finnegan is only one of many defensive injuries that showed limited participation and are questionable to start including 3 other Linebackers and 1 Defensive Tackle.

On paper, this looks like it’s all the Packers, but the market is suspicious. When we see massive lob-sided action, with the line moving with the minority, it’s always cause for pause. If we continue to see this line move against the Packers, then we’ll have to bail on this pick.

Green Bay Packers at a firm -3.5 or more.



New York Giants +3.0 at Philadelphia Eagles -3.0 (50)

Giants have 46% of the action. Eagles have 54% of the action.
Line opened at +3. Line currently sits at +2.5.
Total opened at 50. Line currently sits at 50.


Sports bettors and handicappers have a close eye on one main injury in this contest. RB Rashad Jennings, who has carried for 396 yards and is a fundamental part of what makes this rushing team so successful, is out with a knee injury. He ran for a whopping 176 yards vs the Texans in week 3 as Houston couldn’t find an answer for his run game, but otherwise, he’s averaging about 55 yards per game, It’s hard to say how the Giants will compensate without him. Will they look to make a few big play play-action fakes, or will they trust Andre Williams to fill Rashad’s shoes?

On the other side, we have the Eagles relatively free of any new significant injuries worth reporting.

While this game looks like one where the injuries may play a role in the outcome, this would not be the first time this season that we’ve seen the team with significant injuries come back the next week to shock and outperform the 1st stringers they’re replacing. Griffin III is probably the most extreme example of this where 2nd stringer Kirk Cousins dominated the following weeks; but, this is just one example of many, including San Diego Chargers overcoming the odds vs last year’s champions the Seahawks, in week 2, despite their laundry list of injuries.

The momentum leading up to this game is study-worthy. The Giants have had an extremely slow start to the season playing miserably in weeks 1 and 2. Besides the key injury to their star RB last game, this could also be what’s contributing to such a gracious line as the Giants are priced at a generous +2.5.

In weeks 3, 4, and 5, particularly as relates to their defense, the Giants have shown why they’re a namebrand NFL team and where their strength lies. They can make beneficial and relevant adjustments and correct their ship. A hallmark of any great team.


The line moving with the Giants is encouraging and has this game as a week 6 keeper.

Originally this would slot as a 7 unit WSOH play, but upon finding out that RB Rashad Jennings will not be playing, it’s difficult to be certain that the Giants will manage to re-adapt their offense without their ‘go-to’ star player.

After consulting ATS Stats Database, ATS Raymond Report, and considering the weight that injuries have had this year (hardly any at all), it’s clear that the Giants should still be a solid pick, albeit, for a lower unit bet.

When NEW YORK GIANTS played as Home or Away Team- in the month of October: Giants are 32-8 SU in this position.

Giants are 49% to win according to the Raymond Report, with a predicted 30.46 Points For and 19.44 Points Against.
Eagles are 43% to win according to the Raymond Report. with a predicted 31.24 Points For and 27.90 Points Against.

New York Giants to cover ATS.

On Thu, Oct 9, 2014 at 5:08 PM, Ron Raymond <ronraymond@rogers.com> wrote:

That’s great stuff Stef, just one small change, put Denver -10 and New York jets 45.5, or whatever the right total is, thanks

Sent from my iPad

On Oct 9, 2014, at 5:46 PM, DeeVeeOss <d33v33o55@gmail.com> wrote:

A Look At Some Picks For Week Number Six.


Denver Broncos -10 at New York Jets +10


Broncos have 87% of the action. Jets have 13% of the action.

Line opened at -7.5. Line currently sits at -10.
Denver escaped week 5 with only a few injuries. Most noteworthy is definitely RB Montee Ball who carried for 172 yards, the most carried yards on the team.

The Jets’ situation, unfortunately, looks a little more dismal. Amongst many injures are WR David Nelson who’s caught for 54 yards, and did not practice. But the real issue is WR Eric Decker who has caught for 204 yards, averaging 14.6 yards per play, and currently leads the team in reception yards. Eric showed limited participation in practice and is questionable to play.

In terms of momentum, while most teams can go from hot to cold, the Jets have stayed on the cool side consistently. This is not true for the Broncos who have had a particularly consistent and strong offense.
With the line set at a massive spread of 10 points it can be daunting; however, in this case, it looks like Denver has every opportunity of satisfying the 10 points spread; especially, due to the 2.5 point move indicating they may have the sharp’s attention.

Broncos to cover ATS.
Game to go OVER the total.



Green Bay Packers -3.0 at Miami Dolphins +3.0

Packers have 78% of the action. Dolphins have 22% of the action.

Line opened at -3.5. Line currently sits at -3.0.

Green Bay Packers left week 5 with an A+ offense and a A- defense. They took on the formidable Minnesota Vikings and took them to task in a 42-10 routing. Since then, the Packers note a few injuries but none of them appear too noteworthy. For all intents and purposes they should carry every piece of their momentum with them into week 6 when they face Miami.

Miami is not in the same boat. Miami has had a consistently poor defense combined with a touch and go, hot-cold, offense. Miami is 10-5-1 ATS coming off the bye, but Miami could have some issues making it 11-5. CB Cortland Finnegan is a key to Miami’s defense and he did not practice. Finnegan is only one of many defensive injuries that showed limited participation and are questionable to start including 3 other Linebackers and 1 Defensive Tackle.

On paper, this looks like it’s all the Packers, but the market is suspicious. When we see massive lob-sided action, with the line moving with the minority, it’s always cause for pause. If we continue to see this line move against the Packers, then we’ll have to bail on this pick.

Green Bay Packers at a firm -3.5 or more.



New York Giants +3.0 at Philadelphia Eagles -3.0

Giants have 46% of the action. Eagles have 54% of the action.
Line opened at +3. Line currently sits at +2.5.

Sports bettors and handicappers have a close eye on one main injury in this contest. RB Rashad Jennings, who has carried for 396 yards and is a fundamental part of what makes this rushing team so successful, is out with a knee injury. He ran for a whopping 176 yards vs the Texans in week 3 as Houston couldn’t find an answer for his run game, but otherwise, he’s averaging about 55 yards per game, It’s hard to say how the Giants will compensate without him. Will they look to make a few big play play-action fakes, or will they trust Andre Williams to fill Rashad’s shoes?

On the other side, we have the Eagles relatively free of any new significant injuries worth reporting.

While this game looks like one where the injuries may play a role in the outcome, this would not be the first time this season that we’ve seen the team with significant injuries come back the next week to shock and outperform the 1st stringers they’re replacing. Griffin III is probably the most extreme example of this where 2nd stringer Kirk Cousins dominated the following weeks; but, this is just one example of many, including San Diego Chargers overcoming the odds vs last year’s champions the Seahawks, in week 2, despite their laundry list of injuries.

The momentum leading up to this game is study-worthy. The Giants have had an extremely slow start to the season playing miserably in weeks 1 and 2. Besides the key injury to their star RB last game, this could also be what’s contributing to such a gracious line as the Giants are priced at a generous +2.5.

In weeks 3, 4, and 5, particularly as relates to their defense, the Giants have shown why they’re a namebrand NFL team and where their strength lies. They can make beneficial and relevant adjustments and correct their ship. A hallmark of any great team.


The line moving with the Giants is encouraging and has this game as a week 6 keeper.

Originally this would slot as a 7 unit WSOH play, but upon finding out that RB Rashad Jennings will not be playing, it’s difficult to be certain that the Giants will manage to re-adapt their offense without their ‘go-to’ star player.

After consulting ATS Stats Database, ATS Raymond Report, and considering the weight that injuries have had this year (hardly any at all), it’s clear that the Giants should still be a solid pick, albeit, for a lower unit bet.

When NEW YORK GIANTS played as Home or Away Team- in the month of October: Giants are 32-8 SU in this position.

Giants are 49% to win according to the Raymond Report, with a predicted 30.46 Points For and 19.44 Points Against.
Eagles are 43% to win according to the Raymond Report. with a predicted 31.24 Points For and 27.90 Points Against.


New York Giants to cover ATS.
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