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NFL  |  Sep 21, 2014
Minnesota Vikings vs. New Orleans Saints
New Orleans Saints
-10½+100
  at  5DIMES
in 2d

1* Free Play Saints.

From a situational stand-point, there’s no question that this game has all the makings of an epic one-sided rout, I think the home side is worth a second look in this spot. Things could not have gone worse for New Orleans to open the year, it’s 0-2 out of the gates after losing 37-34 in Atlanta in Week 1 and then 26-24 in Cleveland last Sunday. But now the Saints return to New Orleans for their first game at home and with a massive chip on their collective shoulders, there’s no question the team will have something to prove this weekend. The Vikes on the other hand are coming off listless 30-7 loss at home to the Patriots and they’ve been rocked by scandal over the last week, star RB Adrian Peterson has been charged with child negligence. Peterson has been activated and de-activated a few times this week, the RB will not play on Sunday. Obviously this is a huge distraction for the team and is a major factor that New Orleans can take advantage of. Without their workhorse to lean on, I think the Vikes offense sputters this weekend. Note that Minnesota is just 8-10 ATS in its last 18 on the road, while the Saints are 11-5 ATS their last 16 in front of the home town crowd. All signs point to a comfortable NEW ORLEANS cover.

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NFL  |  Sep 21, 2014
Dallas Cowboys vs. St. Louis Rams
Dallas Cowboys
-1-115
  at  BETONLINE
in 2d

The Cowboys (1-1) looked rusty in their season opener while committing 4 Turnovers when losing at San Francisco, 28-17. They put it all together last Sunday, beating a 1-1 Tennessee crew, 26-10, while rushing for 202 yards. That will be the Boy's game plan again this Sunday in St. Louis against a Rams' defense that can't stop the run, already allowing 157 and 186 rushing yards in it's first 2 games! Just look towards last year's 31-7 Cowboys win over the Rams when they dominated the line of scrimmage and rushed the ball 34 times for 197 yards during their 24 point home victory. While we're not usually excited about backing the Cowboys and mistake prone QB Romo, they face a St. Louis team playing with starting QB Bradford and their back-up QBs won't be enough to keep pace with the Cowboy's and RB Demarco Murry. Willing to lay a point in a game Dallas needs to win to stay in the Playoff chase. 

10* Play On Dallas

NFL  |  Sep 21, 2014
Washington Redskins vs. Philadelphia Eagles
Philadelphia Eagles
-6½-103
  at  PINNACLE
in 2d

Free NFL Football Prediction From Doc’s Sports: Take #456 Philadelphia over Washington (1 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 21) I have handed out FOUR straight free play winners in this space, and I want to keep it rolling! I am also off to a sensational college football start with over $2,300 in profit and this week I’m going to keep that rolling, too. I won with the Eagles on Monday Night Football to cap a winning NFL Week 2, and I think I’ll go right back to them here. I think the Eagles have more momentum off their comeback win over Washington than the Redskins gained by blowing out the Jaguars. There is no doubt that Kirk Cousins is a better quarterback – by a wide margin – than Bob Griffin. But there are still some fundamental problems with Washington, particularly in the secondary, and the Eagles should exploit those weaknesses. Philadelphia is going to be nearly impossible to beat at home this season, and I think that they are going to wear teams down and tack on those extra couple fourth quarter scores to keep them ahead of a lot of lines. They have won their last five regular season home games by an average of 17 points and those differentials were by 17, 43, 14, 3 and 8 points. Even if you kick out the 43-point outlier the other four wins were by an average of 10.5 points per game. The Eagles are only 7-21 ATS in their last 28 home games. But those numbers are set up for a huge regression, and I can see the Eagles going 6-2 or 7-1 ATS this season on their own turf. This Philadelphia team is one of the best in football. And even though Washington has some solid defensive stats working in their favor they have also faced Ryan Fitzpatrick and Chad Henne this year. This will be the best offense the Eagles have faced to date, and I don’t know that they’re up for it. The action is split almost 50-50 in this game, and the Redskins are taking the lion’s share of the moneyline action. But this isn’t a 50-50 game at all. Philadelphia will pull away late, and I can see them winning this one by between 13-17 points. 

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