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NFL  |  Sep 21, 2017
Rams vs. 49ers
41 -110
  at  BMAKER
in 3h

Play - 49ers-Rams UNDER (Game 302).

Edges - 49ers: 2-9 UNDER last 11 division home games; and 4-10 UNDER last 14 home games in this series, including 0-4 UNDER the last four… Rams 2-8 UNDER last 10 overall division games… With the Rams having played UNDER the total in 11 of their last 14 overall away games, we recommend a 1* play in the UNDER total in this game.  Thank you and good luck as always. 

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NCAA-F  |  Sep 23, 2017
UCLA vs. Stanford
+7½ -115
in 2d

Doc’s Sports NCAA Football Free Play. #409 Take UCLA Bruins over Stanford Cardinal (Saturday 10:30 pm ESPN) Jim Mora is a very overrated coach but taking him aside UCLA may have better talent than that of the Cardinal. Stanford is coming off back-to-back losses including last Saturday night at San Diego State, a team from a Group of Five conference. I just do not believe they will be able to run a desperate Bruin team out of the building. Stanford is 0-4 ATS in their last 4 home games. 68% of the money is coming in on the Bruins as the spread in this game continues to drop. Doc’s Sports nailed both of their top plays in football last week including a BLOWOUT Nonconference Game of the Year winner behind Wisconsin destroying BYU. Jump on board our top plays this week and let 46 years of handicapping experience work for you. 

NCAA-F  |  Sep 23, 2017
Washington vs. Colorado
-10½ -110
  at  5DIMES
in 2d

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Washington -10 1/2

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CFL  |  Sep 22, 2017
Ottawa vs. Winnipeg
-7 -110
  at  BOVADA
in 1d

On Friday, north of the border, Ottawa will visit Winnipeg. The Redblacks are off an impressive 29-11 road win on Sunday. However, keep in mind that victory came against a Montreal squad which has really been struggling of late. Also, lets not forget that the Redblacks are still a sub-500 team. Now, they play on an extra short week against a very well-rested Winnipeg team. The Bombers, who won by three at Ottawa back in August, were last in action way back on 9/9. They destroyed Saskatchewan by a 48-28 margin in that one. With the schedule in their favor, provided that the line doesn't climb above a touchdown, consider laying the points, the Winnipeg Blue Bombers

MLB  |  Sep 21, 2017
Cardinals vs. Reds
8½ -123
  at  5DIMES
in 1h

This is a 1* Free Play on the OVER Cards/Reds.

Based primarily on the struggles of Reds’ starter Homer Bailey (5-8, 6.86 ERA.) Bailey comes in off a strong outing against the Pirates on Friday, but performances like those have been few and far between. Besides, the veteran has an atrocious 1-5, 7.78 ERA record at home. Cards’ starter Carlos Martinez has obviously been much more consistent than Bailey this year, but he’s already struggled against the Reds twice this season and he was most recently demolished for seven runs by the Cubs in his last trip to the mound. Consider the OVER in this one.

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MLB  |  Sep 21, 2017
Rangers vs. Mariners
  at  5DIMES
in 4h

Jack's Free Pick Thursday: Texas Rangers +130

The Texas Rangers have quietly stayed alive in the wild card race.  Both the Angels and Twins have struggled of late, so the Rangers are now just 2.5 games out of the wild card with 11 games remaining.  The Rangers have won three straight coming in, and they are up against a Seattle Mariners team that has packed it in with five straight losses to fall out of contention.

James Paxton has had good season-long numbers, but he has fought injuries and will be making just his second start since August 10th.  Paxton wasn't sharp in his return from the DL, giving up 3 earned runs and 6 base runners in 1 1/3 innings of a 2-5 loss to Houston.  Paxton is 2-3 with a 3.64 ERA and 1.532 WHIP in nine career starts against Texas.  He gave up 7 earned runs in 3 2/3 innings in his last start against the Rangers on June 16th.

Cole Hamels has been a reliable starter for the Rangers this season and has been consistently undervalued.  The left-hander is 10-4 with a 3.96 ERA and 1.172 WHIP in 21 starts this year.  Hamels is 17-2 (+15.0 Units) against the money line when playing against a marginal losing team (Win Pct. 46% to 49%) over the last two seasons.

The Rangers are 29-7 in Hamels' last 36 starts vs. a team with a losing record.  Texas is 47-19 in Hamels' last 66 starts overall.  The Rangers are 7-1 in their last eight games vs. a starting pitcher with a WHIP less than 1.15.  Bet the Rangers Thursday.

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NFL  |  Sep 24, 2017
Ravens vs. Jaguars
+4 -110
  at  BOVADA
in 2d

Take the Jacksonville Jaguars (#462)

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Joe Flacco missed all of preseason; one of many injured veterans for the Ravens in August.  Baltimore lost nearly a dozen guys to IR in training camp, losing key bodies on both sides of the football.  Flacco has looked rusty, with only 338 passing yards through two games.  And he hasn’t been tested – the ravens have not yet trailed this season.  The Ravens, as a team, have only one explosive play on offense through two games. They’ve rushed for under four yards per carry.  And now the key to their offensive line, six time pro bowler Marshall Yanda, has been placed on injured reserve after breaking his ankle last week.

Yanda’s injury cannot be overstated.  With him gone, this team is now without three of their five OL starters from last year, as well as their top two backups from a season ago.  This would be a problem for any offense.  It matters even more with a QB and skill position talent that don’t have much familiarity with one another after the barrage of August injuries. 

And for all the success the Ravens have had with their 2-0 SU and ATS start, let’s not forget two things.  First, Baltimore has generated 10 turnovers.  No other team has more than five.  Every team looks good and covers spreads when they are +7 in turnovers over a two game span.

Secondly, John Harbaugh is not a ‘let’s lay points with him’ kind of coach, especially on the highway.  The Ravens have been feisty underdogs for years under Harbaugh.  However, they’ve got a grand total of one pointspread cover in their last eight tries as favorites away from home dating back to 2014; failing repeatedly in this role.  I’ve got Harbaugh as 3-10 ATS in his last 13 tries laying more than a field goal on any field, and all three of those covers have come against the same team – Cleveland.

The defense Baltimore is facing this week is no joke.  Say what you want about Blake Bortles (yes, I know Bortles sucks, but I think the Jags can cover in spite of him), Jacksonville’s stop unit is the best one the Ravens have seen this year.  Offseason acquisition Calais Campbell has been a pass rushing force, who’s veteran leadership has been “off the charts” according to head coach Doug Marrone.  Free agent signee AJ Bouye gives them a stud cornerback duo with last year’s #1 pick Jalen Ramsey, on the other side.  This defense finished #4 in the NFL in yards per play allowed last year.  They dominated the game at Houston in Week 1.  And they kept the Titans out of the end zone until the second half last week before finally wearing down late. 

The Jags play in London every year.  They won their London game in 2015.  They won their London game last year, developing a following in the UK and at least some semblance of a home field edge at Wembley.  This is the first ever game that the Ravens have played outside the continental US.  Put it all together and the Jags catching more than a field goal are a clear choice for this bettor.  Take the Jaguars.