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2018 Handicapping Chat Week 9 (MNF): TEN at DAL (-5)

Date:
November 5, 2018 7:23 PM
November 5, 2018 7:21 PM

Savage: This line was as high as +6.5 early last week, and we've seen it slowly drift down. As I said in my blazing 5,  Dallas and Tennessee have played 14 combined games and only 4 have been decided by more than a TD. They're "close game" teams - they love to run the ball with the lead and only open up the pass game out of desperation. Does anyone else have real money on this tonight? If I'm wrong and Dallas ends up covering, do they do it with their underrated defense or do we see their offense finally come alive?  

RC: I saw this drop to 4.0 at one point. I'm going to bet the trend, and the great trend is -- I cannot pick games successfully this week. So, The Computer said 'take the points', so I will be Dallas tonight for fun to cash in on Jason while we watch it as he sided with TEN to jinx them into a Dallas win.

In reality, I'd never bet this game for real money. Vrabel v. Garrett is quite a clash of the 'Titans'. My best bet tonight -- Dak forces too much to Amari to please Jerry and Adoree' pick-sixes one.


Katz: The Cowboys are going to come out and force feed Amari just to prove a point...until they don't and they go full Seahawks and spend a "first round pick" on a player only to not use him. The point being that there's no rhyme or reason with this team. Every time they look awful, they come back the next week and look fantastic. They make you think they've turned a corner and then go right back to being awful. It's so difficult to gauge when you know the talent is there on the field, but the coaching is so erratic (that's putting it nicely).


Skol:  I took TEN and the points with slightly less than office pool confidence.  I’m very uneasy that my numbers are strongly suggesting a play on the “over”.  It makes me want to cry to push the button so I guess it will come in?

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