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Georgia vs Florida Free Football Pick

Georgia vs Florida Free Football Pick Date/Time: Saturday, October 30 3:30 pm ET TV: CBS College Football Betting Line: Florida -2.5, O/U 48 The top two teams in the Eastern division of the SEC square off in what might be the most important game of the season for both teams. The Bulldogs started the season off with four easy wins against inferior foes before they ran into an Alabama team that was coming off a critical loss. Georgia’s QBs were only able to connect on 11 passes for 106 yards as the Tide secondary clamped down on Georgia’s receivers. While the offense got back on track against Tennessee the following week, it was the defense that gave up 519 yards and 38 points in the team’s second consecutive loss. After disposing of Missouri 9-6 in a defensive battle, the Bulldogs got a much needed week off to prepare for this key battle. Meanwhile, the Florida Gators surprised a few teams by rolling over six straight opponents, including then #3 ranked Ole Miss 38-10. The winning streak came to an end after the Gators headed into Baton Rouge where the LSU Tigers took the Gators to task with a 35-28 victory. Over its last five games, the Gators have proven to be very one-dimensional on offense with a running game that has only averaged 89 YPG. They too have had an extra week to prepare for this showdown. It’s quite apparent that both teams have issues with consistency and come into this game evenly matched on paper. The difference in the game might come down to the revenge factor. Last...

Tennessee at Alabama Free Pick

Tennessee at Alabama Date/Time: Saturday, October 23 10:30 pm ET TV: CBS College Football Betting Favorite: Alabama -16.5, O/U 52.5 The Volunteers just might be the best 3-3 team in the country. The team’s three losses have come by a total of 12 points to two top 20 ranked teams in Oklahoma and Florida plus a surprising loss to Arkansas at home when the offense was held to two field goals in the second half. They rebounded from that loss with a terrific 38-31 victory over then #19 ranked Georgia, using 519 yards of total offense to dominate the game. With the offense now moving in the right direction, the bye week came at the perfect time, allowing them two weeks to prepare for the hottest team in the country. After starting the season with two solid victories, Alabama ran into an inspired Mississippi team that handed them a shocking home loss 43-37. Like all great teams, Bama did not take well to dropping out of the top 10 and proceeded to start steam rolling opponents, including then #8 ranked Georgia in Georgia 38-10 and last week’s beating of #9 Texas A&M 41-23. Best of all, the team is playing like a Sabin team with an explosive rushing attack and a defense that simply refuses to budge. The Crimson Tide are surely aware that #5 LSU is coming to town next week for a huge SEC showdown. After an emotional win over Texas A&M, this game sets up as a classic “sandwich” game. No one is suggesting the Volunteers will march into town and give the Crimson Tide a...

San Francisco 49ers Predictions

2015 San Francisco 49ers: 4th NFC West (2014 record: 8-8) Head Coach: Jim Tomsula NFC West Division Odds: +1800 Super Bowl Champion Odds: +5000 Season Win Totals Over-Under Odds: Over 6.5 (+130), Under 6.5 (-160) Key Additions: Reggie Bush (RB), Torrey Smith (WR) Key Losses: More than half of the starting defense, Head Coach Jim Harbaugh, Frank Gore (RB) The 49ers offseason can be summed up in one word; ugh. It seemed like another starter was either traded or retired every day for about a month straight at one point. Add to it the imploded relationship between Harbaugh and the front office, and the disaster that was the 2014 season looks to have sent the Niners spiraling into full rebuild mode just two years after reaching the NFC Championship game. Defense Unbelievably, San Francisco lost six starters from this unit in the offseason, and the replacements that were brought on board don’t even come close to the level that departed. On the line, draftee Arik Armstead and the regressing Darnell Dockett appear to be the front runners to start alongside the underwhelming Glenn Dorsey. The linebacking corps will get NaVorro Bowman back, but one has to believe that his knee will never be the same after the gruesome injury he suffered to it. Corey Lemonier is going to be given one more shot; he’s been an annual disappointment. Aldon Smith returns as well, but one has to wonder how long he’ll be able to stay out of trouble. He’s saying and doing all of the right things in camp, so perhaps he’s finally grown up. The secondary lost two...

St Louis Rams Predictions

2015 St Louis Rams Predictions: 3rd NFC West (2014 record: 6-10) Head Coach: Jeff Fisher NFC West Division Odds: +700 Super Bowl Champion Odds: +3500 Season Win Totals Over-Under Odds: Over 8 (+130), Under 8 (-160) Key Additions: Jimmy Graham (TE), Cary Williams (CB), Frank Clark (DE/OLB) Key Losses: Byron Maxwell (CB), Max Unger (C), Malcolm Smith (LB) Key Additions: Todd Gurley (RB, Nick Foles (QB), Nick Fairley (DT), Akeem Ayers (LB) Key Losses: Sam Bradford (QB), Zac Stacy (RB), Jake Long (OT), Joseph Barksdale (OT) The Sam Bradford saga finally came to an end, as the Rams finally tired of his inability to stay healthy and shipped him Philly for Nick Foles. But that was the least of the Rams worries last season, as the annual lack of a consistent running attack again doomed them. The defense held up their side more often than not, and will again be counted on to carry the team due to some new offensive challenges. Defense The latest edition of The Fearsome Foursome makes the line of the Rams, again, one of the best in the league – and if they get the Nick Fairley who is interested in playing football rather that loafing about, they’ll be even better. The returning Robert Quinn, Chris Long, Michael Brockers, and Aaron Donald will continue to be stellar against both the run and the pass. Those five linemen will continue to make the secondary look very good, and they aren’t terrible in and of themselves. CB Janoris Jenkins did struggle a bit last season, but he’s now fully recovered from a knee injury and should...

Arizona Cardinals Predictions

2015 Arizona Cardinals Predictions: 2nd NFC West (2014 record: 11-5) Head Coach: Bruce Arians NFC West Division Odds: +450 Super Bowl Champion Odds: +2500 Season Win Totals Over-Under Odds: Over 8.5 (-105), Under 8.5 (-125) Key Additions: Jimmy Graham (TE), Cary Williams (CB), Frank Clark (DE/OLB) Key Losses: Byron Maxwell (CB), Max Unger (C), Malcolm Smith (LB) Key Additions: Mike Iupati (OG), DJ Humphries (OT), Sean Weatherspoon (LB) Key Losses: Antonio Cromartie (CB), Dan Williams (NT) Again, it was a tale of two halves for the Cardinals in 2014, just like the previous year. Last season, however, a fast start was destroyed by the loss of their top two QBs as both Carson Palmer and Drew Stanton were injured. The defense just couldn’t keep enough points off of the board and a disappointing first-round loss to Carolina couldn’t be avoided. The o-line was improved so we’ll see if improved protection can keep Palmer on the field this year. Defense The Cards defense performed admirably last year, holding their opponents to 20 points or less in a fantastic thirteen games. Unfortunately, they lost key members in Williams and Cromartie and didn’t make significant upgrades in deficient areas. Cromartie actually outplayed Patrick Peterson last year, but Peterson was dealing with some health issues that have since been resolved. He should be back to his top shelf self. Unfortunately, there is nobody to play alongside him, and the roster is paper thin at the position. Safeties Tyrann Mathieu and Deone Bucannon, though very young, should be improved after experiencing some growing pains last year. A replacement for the mountainous Williams wasn’t found...