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PICKS FOR SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2021 (9 DAYS AGO) [refresh]
9/19/2021
1:00 PM ET
NFL
LOS ANGELES RAMS VS. INDIANAPOLIS COLTS

PICK: LOS ANGELES (RAMS) -4 (+100)

RISK: 5 UNITS
PICK WRITE-UP: Comes now the Los Angeles Rams v. Indianapolis Colts – The Rams are entering into this contest 1-0 on the season which was a 34-14 “W” at home over Chicago in week one. In said opener (9/12), signal caller Matthew Stafford was an efficient 20/26 for 321 yards with three touchdowns and zero interceptions – a very impressive Rams debut for the former longtime Detroit mainstay. Additionally, slot receiver Cooper Kupp reeled in seven balls on 10 targets for 108 yards which included a touchdown. Again, the result of said efforts was a double digit victory in the Rams opener against the aforementioned Bears. Conversely, the Colts are entering into this contest 0-1 on the season which was a 28-16 loss at home against Seattle in week one. In said opener (9/12), signal caller Carson Wentz conjured 25/38 for 251 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions. Additionally, running back Jonathan Taylor had 17 carriers for a pedestrian 56 yards, along with six catches on seven targets for 60 yards – 116 yards in combined offensive production. Again, the foregoing efforts resulted in a double digit loss in the Colts opener against the aforementioned Seahawks. We have been on record for just south of a decade now that with the exception of Aaron Rodgers, Mr. Stafford has the most arm talent that we have seen in the history of the NFL – he can throw the pigskin with "English," and throw it through a car wash exiting completely dry. However, we are also on record that Mr. Stafford lacks the mental “toughness” to consistently win on the NFL level. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Sean McVay, the head coach of the Rams, is unquestionably one of the brightest offensive minds in the business of football today. Now when you combine the foregoing with the skill set of Mr. Stafford, and "sprinkle in" that extremely formidable defensive unit, we are of the opinion that the Rams – provided key personnel remain healthy – are the odds on favorite to hoist the Lombardi Trophy at the conclusion of the 2021 campaign. Accordingly, we absolutely LOVE the visitors in this spot!!! Against the hereinabove backdrop, put SIL down for Los Angeles (Rams) minus chalk (4) +100 in Marion County, Indiana for five (5) Dimes please. Thank you…
PICK MADE ON 9/19/2021 AT 7:27 AM ET
PICK GRADED ON 9/19/2021 AT 8:19 PM ET
-5.00
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PICKS FOR SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2021 (10 DAYS AGO) [refresh]
9/18/2021
12:00 PM ET
NCAAF
NEBRASKA VS. OKLAHOMA

PICK: NEBRASKA +21.5 (+100)

RISK: 4 UNITS
PICK WRITE-UP: Comes now the Nebraska Cornhuskers v. Oklahoma Sooners – The Huskers are entering into this contest 2-1 on the season which includes a 22-30 loss on the road at Big Ten opponent Illinois. In the Huskers last outing – at home against Mid-American Conference opponent Buffalo (9/11), redshirt junior signal caller Adrian Martinez went 13/19 for 242 yards which encompassed two touchdowns to zero interceptions, along with a "buck" twelve on nine carries (a pretty 71 yard scamper). Additionally, redshirt sophomore inside linebacker Luke Reimer tallied a total of 16 tackles – six solo – one pass deflect, along with an INT. The result of the foregoing efforts was a 28-3 Husker “W” over the aforementioned Bulls. Conversely, the Sooners are entering into this contest undefeated on the season in two contest, and ranked #3 in the country. In the Sooners last outing – at home against D1-AA opponent Western Carolina (9/11), redshirt sophomore signal caller Spencer Rattler went 20/26 for 243 yards which encompassed an impressive five touchdowns (9.1 yards per completion) and no interceptions. Additionally, running back Eric Gray, junior transfer from Tennessee, toted the mail nine times for 74 yards (a solid 8.2 yards per touch). The result of the foregoing efforts was a dominating 76-0 shutout of the aforementioned "outmatched" Catamounts. In spite of the highly transmissible COVID-19 virus, this matchup of old Big 12 rivals, which has not been played in just south of a decade, is certain to draw a packed house. On paper, the numbers suggest the Sooners at home should dominate this tilt. Notwithstanding, we are of the opinion that the Huskers defensive front will dominate the line of scrimmage this afternoon, and although its linebacker core leaves a lot to be desired as to speed/athleticism, same are sure tacklers. Furthermore, Scott Frost, the head coach of the Huskers, has three (3) SEC caliber playmakers in his defensive secondary. Notwithstanding, although the Huskers signal caller, Master Martinez, has steadily regressed over his three seasons in that program, he is a dynamic runner and has faced Big Ten caliber defenses his entire career. Thus, Master Martinez has taken a number of snaps in some extremely tough venues, and he should find the “sledding” very conducive to his skill set against the Swiss cheese defensive unit in which the Sooners have fielded for the last decade plus. Against the hereinabove backdrop, the Sooners unquestionably have SEC caliber athletes at the offensive skill positions; thus, same can score the ball against any NCAA program in the country. However, because of the Sooners defense, we would not at all be shocked if the Huskers head back to Lincoln, Nebraska 3-1 on the season. Accordingly, we REALLY like the visitors plus north of a three (3) touchdown head start in this matchup of long-time rivals. With that being said, put SIL down for Nebraska plus chalk (21.5) +100 on the road in Memorial Stadium for four (4) Dimes please. Thank you…
PICK MADE ON 9/18/2021 AT 7:58 AM ET
PICK GRADED ON 9/18/2021 AT 3:19 PM ET
+4.00
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PICKS FOR MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 2021 (15 DAYS AGO) [refresh]
9/13/2021
7:10 PM ET
MLB
ST LOUIS CARDINALS VS. NEW YORK METS

PICK: NEW YORK (METS) MONEYLINE (-112)

RISK: 5 UNITS
PICK WRITE-UP: Comes now the Saint Louis Cardinals v. New York Mets – The Redbirds are entering into this contest 4–1 over its last five which includes taking two out of three at home against divisional foe Cincinnati. On the bump tonight for the Redbirds is veteran right-hander Adam Wainwright who is a surprising 15–7 on the season in 26 starts, and checks in with a solid 2.98 ERA. In his last start – at home against Los Angeles (Dodgers) (9/8), Mr. Wainwright allowed four runs, all earned, on seven hits which encompassed one gopher ball, fanned four, while issuing zero free passes over an impressive 8.1 innings of work. The result of the foregoing effort was a 5–4 “W” over the aforementioned Dodgers, as well as the 15TH victory on the season being credited to the personal balance sheet of Mr. Wainwright. Conversely, the Metropolitans are entering into this contest 2–3 over its last five which includes taking two out of three at home in the “Subway Series” over New York (Yankees). Drawing the assignment tonight for the Metropolitans is veteran southpaw Rich Hill who is 6-6 on the season in 27 starts (eight starts with the Metropolitans), and checks in with an overall 3.82 ERA. In his last start – on the road at divisional foe Miami (9/8), Mr. Hill scattered five hits over a full 6.0 innings of work which yielded one earned run, zero free passes, while fanning eight. Unfortunately, the result of said performance was a 1–2 loss for the Metropolitans in overtime, but the personal balance sheet of Mr. Hill was credited with a no–decision. Back around the MLB All–Star break, SIL prognosticated that the wildcard(s) for the National League would unquestionably originate out of the National League West, and it is incumbent upon the organizations in the Central and East to win its division or “go home.” To that end, we further opined that due to lack of coaching, Cincinnati would be eliminated down the stretch, AND if Chicago (Cubs) stayed together, same would have a legitimate shot at winning the Central – we never once mentioned Saint Louis. To date, it seems the prognosis of SIL has thus far been half right, but we completely errored in judgment by completely disqualifying that “bunch” from under the BIG Arch as to postseason consideration. The Redbirds have been playing FANTASTIC baseball down the backstretch of the season – its bullpen is starting to look like a traditional Redbirds bullpen – and if we had a mulligan, our “money” would be on the Redbirds to clinch the second National League Wildcard. Now against the hereinabove backdrop, what we have here is a dual between members of the “Geritol Gang” tonight (i.e., Messrs. Wainwright and Hill), and both squads leave a lot to be desired on the offensive side of the ball. However, the Redbirds have a discernible advantage as to coaching – we have been quoted on numerous occasions over the last two seasons that Luis Rojas, the skipper of the Metropolitans, is a well–below average in–game tactician; accordingly, huge advantage Redbirds. Notwithstanding, while he is being used wrong defensively (should be penciled in at 3B), the addition of Javier Báez stick in the lineup instantly gave the Metropolitans a legitimate shot of holding its, at that time, lead in the National League East (unquestionably the best trade deadline move in the whole of MLB). While the Metropolitans are still mathematically in the hunt for a postseason invitation, we do not believe it will get enough help to make the proverbial cut. Notwithstanding, we are of the opinion that the Metropolitans opponent last night (i.e., Yankees) has triggered a passion in that roster that has not been seen this entire season – in the terms of layman, the Yankees have “poked the bear.” Accordingly, we absolutely LOVE the home team in this spot!!! With that being said, put SIL down for the New York (Mets) Moneyline (-112) at the house for five (5) Dimes please. Thank you…
PICK MADE ON 9/13/2021 AT 5:46 PM ET
PICK GRADED ON 9/13/2021 AT 11:05 PM ET
-5.00
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