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Thursday, December 2, 2010

Week 13 Update

UPDATE #5: Despite having a number of mismatches on the field and the division crown on the line, NE came out and gave NY a lesson about how to play in prime-time.  It was one of the bigger smack downs I've seen in a long time. There is no way that NY is that bad, but NE showed no mercy as they pounded them on both sides of the ball.  Earlier in the season I took NE because I thought Sanchez wasn't quite ready to win big games yet, and now I took NY with the belief that they were set to make that leap. It's back to square one for coach Ryan and company.

Meanwhile, what started off as a great week became mediocre after the night game losses.  Teasers helped turn a small profit to keep the winning streak alive.  I'll have write-ups for week 14 up tomorrow along with my three-quarter way review. 

UPDATE #4: Early week 14 picks and teasers are up. I'll be watching the line movement and injury news to see if there's anything else I like.

UPDATE #3:   After controlling the entire game, BAL couldn't close it out.  Give credit to PIT for making the big plays when the game was on the line, but this is what BAL did last season as they lost most of their close games in 2009.  With the loss, sides finished at 3-2 for the day and teasers 3-1.

Peyton decided to wear a Cowgirlz jersey underneath his own and played for both teams today with another 4 picks.  The bigger shock of the day was OAK laying the smack down on SD.  I'm surprised SD came out so flat in a divisional revenge game.  Also, after scoring nearly 80 points in the first meeting, DEN and KC had a defensive battle.

The public rebounded a bit with a slightly profitable week, but there are still a couple games to go.  Hilton consensus picks had another average week as well.  I'll have a full review of how things shook out in my three-quarter way review.

I have NYJ +3.5 tomorrow, but Bodog has them at +4.  It might be that way across the board as everyone is putting their faith in NE.  I'll have early week 14 picks up when the lines open tomorrow and my three-quarter way review as well.
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