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NFL Pigskin Record:
ATS: 6-4 Parlays: 0-1 Teasers: 4-0

The hogs up front don't get much luv...

Sunday Funday Beatches!! I want to start by saying thank you to our loyal insideplays.com fanatics, our relationship may be straining, but remember, for richer or poorer. As for the college pigskin, all I can say is that Saturdays have treated me about as well as most males treated Jenny McCarthy after they found out she got hepatitis from that boxer guy back in the ‘90’s.

But when the hogs are attached to a face like that, people start lookin'! Nice work young Tebow.

The NFL contingency have been much more consistent, and between Dr Gamble and I we are bringin’ home the bacon to finish out the weekends.
To check out Greggy’s fetish with aquatic animals, CLICK HERE!
To check out Double G’s luv for southern girls, TOUCH ME!

A Jets fan, and she luvs the flag pole, NICE!!

NY Jets -3 @ Oakland

It has been pretty clear early on what kind of a difference having a solid QB like.....

Brett has been given the green light to open it up a bit, his wife may not like it, but Jets fans are gonna luv it!!
....Favre has been for the Jets. But that isn’t why I’ve got the Jets as my pick of the day. I loved what I saw out of Thomas Jones last week, and with Oakland giving up over 140 yds on the ground at home, it means that the Jets should be able to control the game on the ground early on and let Favre pick apart the Raiders D-backs. Gibril Wilson and DeAngelo Hall are 2 of these D-backs that are in a no win situation. They rank 1st and 4th respectively in tackles for the Raiders, which tells me they are filling the box trying to help the lack luster front seven, but that stop the run mentality ain’t gonna work so well with a guy like Brett slinging the pigskin.

If only the Raiders offense looked this good!

Unfortunately for the Raiders, things don’t get much better when JaMarcus takes the field. Oakland’s offense will be decent in time with weapons like McFadden, Bush, and Fargas, but they won’t be able to score consistently until they find someone to balance them out at wideout. Zach Miller is their leading receiver with 14 balls on the year, that is a whopping 3 catches a game!! The matchup for the Jets defense couldn’t be any better. They only give up 69 yds/gm on the ground, so it shouldn’t be tough to shut down the one-dimensional Raiders. Jets win 24-10.

To tease or not to tease, that is the question...


Pittsburgh teased down to -4 @ Cincinnati
The Bengals have an injured reserve lineup that is almost as lengthy as what I’m used to seeing at the Bunny Ranch in Vegas. Most importantly with Palmer out, they don’t have anyone to get Ocho and TJ the ball, so it all comes down to Chris Perry trying to run the ball at his less than stellar 2.6 ypc against the Steel Curtain that only gives up 52 yards on the ground a game, which happens to be the best in the NFL. The only reason this is a tease is because this is a division game.

Tennessee teased down to -3 @ Kansas City
The Titans are sitting at 5-0 sans Vince Young, and you can be guaranteed that they aren’t going to drop a game to this Chiefs squad that has clearly been rebuilding for the last decade. Tennessee gets an extra motivational boost knowing that the Steelers have a guaranteed win against the Bengals, so they need this to stay in control of the division. Oh yeah, plus Kansas City sucks like, well, you know, a moist experienced toothless mouth. I’m out Fools!!

Posted by Greg Gamble on October 19, 2008 9:14 AM |


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