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GREG GAMBLE’S 2008 PIGSKIN PICKS - 19-10 ATS...66%NCAA: 9-0 - NFL: 4-7 - Teasers: 6-3 - Hotties: 77-0
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After seeing this picture a couple years ago, I'm totally shocked Millen didn't work out in the Motor City.

At the same time, I was also shocked to hear these two have already been to 2nd base & aren't even married yet!

Moving along and skipping ova the idiocy of Coach Linehan making Marc Bulger a scapegoat for his own inefficiencies, I present to you:

Greg Gamble's ATS Sunday Funday Play O the Day!

Running ova the Lions & Chiefs is little bit different than running against the Panthers on their own grass!

I know investing on Fox last week burned me worse than a dirty college Beaver, but the home-cooking in Carolina should be a perfect remedy following the Panthers first loss. Especially with the feisty Stevie Smith looking to prove his return to the line-up can make them a legit Super Bowl contender, look for Del-Spaz-Homme to get the explosive WR and fans going early with plenty of passion!

What more intimidating, Bree or Stevie coming-off a loss?

While the Falcons look nice in the morning paper sitting at 2-1, considering both wins came at home against the dreadful Lions & and the embarrassment that is the KC Chiefs, a trip outdoors to face a riled-up Panthers squad is probably not what a rookie QB needs. Against an average Bucs squad on grass in week 2, Matt Ryan completed under 40% of his passes as the offense only musted 234 total yards w/out scoring a TD (L 24-9). As for how their D faired, considering E. Graham only gained 16 yards on 12 carries against the Bears last week, you think Fox & Co. circled the 6.1 ypc average Graham & Dunn combined for against Hot-Lanta? Especially after playing against arguable the best run defense in the league (Minny), the thunder & lightning combo of Williams & Stewart should find bigger holes than those young ladies employed at Vivid Entertainment.

Peppers has always looked solid against Hot-Lanta...and that was when he was chasing Ronny Mexico!

As for Carolina’s defense, while it’s never a good sign when you lose to a guy named Gus, the Panthers held the Vikings lethal rushing attack to a 3.7 average. While they did look a little surprised on some of Minny’s deep balls & their new look under center, the Falcons run a similar run-dominated offense with the threat of a HR-pass so look for Carolina to look much more comfortable this week. And considering Julius Peppers is way overdue for a monster game, look for the former Tar Heel to make the rookie QB pay for holding onto the ball too long.

Just like how these ladies feel at home at the beach, look for the Panthers offense to look to sharp in Charlotte!

And finally back to the Carolina O, Greggy G guarantees Stevie Smith is pointing to the sky after at least one TD. Back on their home grass w/ a 2nd week of Stevie in the offense, I expect Del-Spaz-homme to come out throwing to loosen-up the defense before looking to J. Stewart to gash the middle of the defense. Overall, ATL has been spoiled by playing two terrible teams on their turf & a Bucs squad in the middle of a QB-change (Griese). Especially with Carolina coming off a loss, Fox will have his boys riled-up to take the lead in the division as they easily handle an overmatched young Falcons squad.

Did I mention the passion of the Panthers Cheerleaders...

Remember the intensity from these 2 outside the stadium & in a Tampa washroom? If you do, u know what I mean!

Final Score: FALCONS 13 PANTHERS 27

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I'm not kidding Brianna, I think the Aggies roll on Saturday! Btw, have u ever heard of a boat drink...they're really fruity!

For all the depression in College Station after opening the season 1-2, including a home-loss to Ark St., nothing spells relief like N-A-V-Y…except maybe vicodin & a shot of tequila. With a new headmaster for the Knights, Navy has scrapped their pro-style offense & moved back to the option attack. Unfortunately, they don’t have the recruits yet for the attack and have looked abysmal against below average defenses thus far (New Hampshire, Akron, & Temple) amassing a total of 20 points ova 3 games…all at home. Defensively, the undersized & playmaker-less Knights already are showing signs of wear & tear, and that was developed playing some of the smaller schools.

A&M is just too big in the trenches for Army to hang!

Despite their early struggles, the A&M offense has looked better of late w/ So. QB Jerrod Johnson (last week vs Miami FL: 19-32, 275 yrds, 3 TDs, INT) taking ova for the injured Stephen McGee, while the OL & skill position players are just too strong & athletic for Navy to prevent them from marching up-n-down the field. In the past, I would’ve been reluctant taking the Aggies minus anything ova 20, but there is no such thing as a letdown for a team looking to regain their swagger and stop the hate mail. Throw-in a special teams advantage that will result in great field position all day, at least one blocked punt, and probably a TD, and I expect the A&M to be in the 40s by the 4th quarter.

Alright hunny, why don't you give us your prediction...

"No problem Greg, the final will be BLACK KNIGHTS 6 AGGIES 48"

Posted by Greg Gamble on September 24, 2008 12:47 PM |


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