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NFL Picks – Cowboys Vs Redskins Predictions 12/29/12

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Dallas Cowboys take on the Washington Redskins on Sunday December 30th, 2012.  The game is being played on NBC at 8:30 pm est.  the winner wins the division and will be going to the playoffs. Why Dallas Will Cover: Dallas is a veteran-laden team that has come on very strong to arrive at this point. They dominate the Redskins in big-game experience.  They’ve reached the playoffs with many of the players on this roster and could easily do so again. They have jumped on the unusually broad shoulders of Tony Romo and won 5 of their last 7 to get to this ‘win and in’ game.  In the month of December, he’s thrown for 10 TD’s and only one interception.  When Romo limits his mistakes, Dallas usually comes out the victor.  The Redskins pass defense can be exploited and a hot aerial assault could mean a long day for Washington. The Redskins need to account for not only DeMarcus Ware but Anthony Spencer on the defensive side of the ball. Spencer has been masterful at stopping both the run and the pass and will be the key factor in containing RG III and his escape ablilty. The Cowboys have performed admirably ATS on the road this season, at a more than respectable 5-2; while the Skins are merely average at home with a 4-3 tally. The Redskins are also due; seven-game win streaks are extremely rare in this day of parity. Dallas is also 2-0 ATS in ‘revenge’ games this season. Why Washington Will Cover: The Redskins appear to be one of those ‘teams of destiny.’ They’ve been unstoppable...

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NFL Picks – Packers Vikings Odds 12/29/12

NFL, Sports Handicapping

In one of the biggest games of Week 17, the Minnesota Vikings will host the Green Bay Packers in an NFC North showdown. The game is scheduled for 4:25 EST at Mall of America Field and will be televised locally on FOX. Oddsmakers currently have the Packers listed as a 3-point road favorite with the total posted at 46.5 points. Why Green Bay Will Cover The Pack needs a win to secure the 2nd seed and a wild-card round bye next week. A win would also guarantee them a home playoff game in the divisional round; January in Wisconsin would be a huge advantage for them. Aaron Rodgers is playing better than he has all season. He is a master at picking apart defenses with his pinpoint accuracy and stellar decision-making. He rarely forces the ball into tight coverage and, when pressured, can improvise outside of the pocket giving his receivers time to get open deep.  In the last five games against Minnesota, he has completed over 73% of his passes with 14 TD’s and only 3 INT’s – not surprisingly, he has won all 5 matchups. The Pack is getting healthy on both sides of the ball. Expected back for this game are Jordy Nelson and Alex Green on offense and DE Jerel Worthy on defense.  Minnesota will still be missing offensive star #2 in Percy Harvin, while Brian Robison, Antoine Winfield, and even Adrian Peterson are on the injury list – with the first two questionable. The Packers have dominated on the road against teams with a winning record at home, to the tune of 19-7 ATS...

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Giants Eagles Odds 12/28/12

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The New York Giants (8-7) host the Philadelphia Eagles (4-11) Sunday at 1:00 PM ET in a Week 17 NFC East division clash. Oddsmakers have listed the Giants as a 9.5-point favorite and have set the total at 46.5. Why New York Covers This is a playoff game for the Giants, and their performance in the clutch the past few years indicates that they thrive under the pressure to win big games. While they need a slew of other teams to win as well, those other teams are playing winnable games and things could settle into place nicely if they take care of Philly. Expect a heavier than normal dose of Ahmad Bradshaw and David Martin, as the Giants will try to exploit the Eagles 22nd ranked rush defense, which is missing two key players in Fletcher Cox and Mychal Kendricks. The tandem is averaging over 4.5 yards per carry and 15-18 carries each is not out of the question. The Eagles pass protection is also exactly what the Giants struggling pass rush needs.  Philly has allowed 47 sacks – 27 in the nine games Vick has started. Vick has a penchant for holding the ball too long and trying to do too much with his legs; Jason Pierre-Paul could have a field day if these tendencies continue. This is a revenge game for the Giants, and they don’t want their season to end because of a loss to not only the struggling Eagles, but a divisional rival as well. Philly is 0-5-1 in their last six games against teams with winning records, and 3-11-1 overall ATS. Why Philadelphia...

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