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Matchup Selection W/L
NHL  |  Oct 21, 2018
Sabres vs Ducks
Ducks
-152 at 5Dimes
Lost
$152.0
Play Type: Top Premium

8* Anaheim (8:05 ET): Both teams find themselves in the second game of a back to back, but the situation is far better for the Ducks, who also happen to be the better team. Buffalo won last night, 5-1 in LA, but I am highly skeptical of all the preseason "love" this team got as a potential darkhorse. I still rank them among the weakest teams in the league. Tonight marks the end of a five-game West Coast swing for them. Meanwhile, Anaheim returns home angry off a 3-1 loss in Vegas last night. They're the better team and will assert themselves on home ice. 

The Ducks were outshot by a wide margin last night, 45-18. But one thing you have to like about this team is that they are #2 in the league in goals allowed per game at just 2.1. Just one time this year have they given up more than three goals in a game. That was a 5-3 loss at Dallas and they came back the following night to win 3-2 in St. Louis. Ryan Miller started that game vs. the Blues and stopped 29 of 31 shots. This being another back to back, Miller is likely to get the call to start between the pipes tonight. I'd expect him to be highly motivated facing his former team. So should the rest of the Ducks - and the fans for that matter - as all-time great Paul Kariya will have his number retired. Anaheim is 28-10-6 at the Pond since the start of last season.

Buffalo has yet to play a back to back this season. Doing so for the first time at the end of a long road trip is hardly ideal. Especially w/ the Sabres likely to have to call on the struggling Carter Hutton in goal. They have lost three straight Hutton starts, not only due to scoring just one goal in all three games, but also Hutton has allowed 13 goals on 96 shots (.865 save percentage). Hutton has also typically struggled against the Ducks in his career w/ an .888 save percentage and 3.00 goals against average. I just can't see the lowly Sabres winning on the road in consecutive nights. They are only 11-24 SU w/o rest the L2 seasons and 8-24 SU off a win by 2+ goals. They are 12-31 SU after scoring 4 or more goals their previous game. 8* Anaheim

Matchup Selection W/L
NBA  |  Oct 21, 2018
Warriors vs Nuggets
Nuggets
+3½ -102 at pinnacle
Won
$100
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10* Denver (8:05 ET): Golden State finds itself in the second leg of what insiders know is the toughest road trip in the sport, the Utah-Denver double shot. The Warriors were lucky to beat the Jazz Friday night, 124-123, getting a last second tip-in from Jonas Jerebko. The two-time defending champs are now 0-2 ATS on the year as they also failed to cover against the Westbrook-less Thunder on Opening Night. It's pretty shocking that the Dubs needed a last second tip-in to squeak by the Jazz given that they shot 56.3% for the game. They aren't likely to shoot the ball that well again here and as I stated earlier in the week, this Denver team is for real. Take the points.

The Nuggets are also 2-0 straight up, but unlike Golden St they've covered both games. I took them in the first game as they rallied late to put away the Clippers, 107-98. Last night, they predictably blew out the Suns 119-91 w/ Nikola Jokic's triple double (35-12-11) leading the way. Jokic also didn't miss a single shot, going 11 for 11 from the field. Not all the news was good coming out of the game, however, as Will Barton was lost to a hip injury and could miss extended time. He won't play tonight. But despite that injury and the fact the Nuggets are in the second night of a back to back, I still think the situation favors them. They traditionally own one of the league's best home court advantages (31-10 SU LY) due to the high altitude other teams aren't used to playing at.

Remember - it was a blowout win last night, so the B2B game scenario isn't that bad here for the Nuggets. They led 30-16 after one quarter. Losing Barton could be significant, but thankfully this is one of the league's deeper teams. The Nuggets should also be "up" for playing the Warriors at home. Typically, they have matched up well against the Dubs, even beating them twice outright last year. They are one of only three teams (Spurs & Jazz are the others) to hold at least five regular season victories against Golden State in the Steve Kerr era. A number of the Warriors' top players have struggled in this venue previously. Kevin Durant is a woeful 34% from three-point range in his career here while Klay Thompson has never scored more than 21 pts in a game at the Pepsi Center. I'll take the points, expecting an outright win. 10* Denver

Matchup Selection W/L
NFL  |  Oct 21, 2018
Bills vs Colts
Bills
+8½ -130 at 5Dimes
Lost
$130.0
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8* Buffalo (1:00 ET): I've played the Bills before and not only "lived to tell the story," but cashed them as an outright winner over the Titans back in Week 5. So even as they are forced to turn to their third starting QB of the year already (Allen hurt, Peterman terrible), I'm not afraid to take them if I think the situation is right. Anderson won't represent any kind of significant downgrade from either Allen or Peterman, in fact, it might actually be an upgrade even though he just signed w/ the team! This play reminds me a lot of that Bills-Titans matchup in that just like Tennessee, Indianapolis has something in common w/ Buffalo: they've yet to be favored a single time in '18. The Colts are not a team I would want to lay points with, so grab the underdog in this one. 

Since that disastrous Week 1 showing against the Ravens (who have the league's top defense, by the way), the Bills have shown a reasonable level of competency. They've won twice, beating Minnesota and Tennessee, and last week should have finished off the Texans were it not for Peterman rearing his ugly head. The Bills led 13-10 w/ less than two minutes to go in regulation, but then gave up the game-tying field goal w/ 1:34 remaining. No problem though, there's always overtime, right? Well, not in this case. Peterman, only playing because rookie Josh Allen was hurt, threw an atrocious "pick-six" to lose the game on the very next drive. Still though, the Bills easily covered as 10-point road underdogs. I think they can do the same here, thanks to a defense that is 10th in total yards. The Bills have allowed 22 pts or fewer in four straight games. 

The Colts are a bad team, off to their worst start since the dreaded 2011 season that was the bridge between Peyton Manning and Andrew Luck. They've lost four in a row and already given up 34 or more points four times this season, including each of the last three weeks. So again, this is not a team I'd want to be laying points with, especially this many. While Luck has been throwing the ball a lot this year, he's been very inefficient doing so, ranking 29th in yards per attempt. He does get WR T.Y. Hilton back this week, but the return of one receiver alone cannot cure all that ails this team. This is the first time the Colts have been favored by seven points or more since 2014. Take the points. 8* Buffalo

Matchup Selection W/L
NFL  |  Oct 21, 2018
Lions vs Dolphins
Dolphins
+3 -110 at Bovada
Lost
$110.0
Play Type: Top Premium

10* Miami (1:00 ET): The Dolphins may seem to be "living dangerously," but fact is they're getting the job done. They're now 4-2 following last week's upset of the Bears. Truthfully, with the exception of that bad 38-7 loss to the Patriots, this team has played quite well this season. They didn't even need QB Ryan Tannehill to beat the Bears, though they did need overtime. But led by Brock Osweiler, they outgained Chicago 541-467 and could have put the game away earlier if not for a Kenyon Drake fumble at the goal line. They'll continue to be w/o Tannehill for the forseeable furture, but as we saw last week, Tannehill's value to the pointspread is minimal at best. That's why I'm so surprised to see the Dolphins come in as underdogs at home to the Lions this week.

Detroit is off a bye. Before that, they pulled their own upset, beating Green Bay 31-23. But that game took place at Ford Field and saw the Lions get significantly outgained by the Packers, 521-264. It's very rare that a NFL team wins when getting outgained on a 2:1 basis. The Lions did it thanks to a +3 turnover margin and GB kicker Mason Crosby missing four of five field goal attempts. The Lions are now 4-0 ATS since that MNF disaster vs. the Jets to open the season, including a win over New England, but they've also yet to win a road game. They were beaten at both San Francisco (yikes) and Dallas. Miami is 3-0 SU and ATS at home this year. 

As a home underdog, the Dolphins are on a 7-3-1 ATS run after last week and all seven covers have seen them take the game straight up! Meanwhile, as you might expect, Detroit isn't a road favorite too often. They're just 7-13-1 ATS in the role since 2010 w/ 10 outright losses. I definitely wouldn't want to lay points w/ Matt Patricia's team on the road. The Dolphins should be able to run the ball effectively in this game given that the Lions rank 30th defensively at stopping the run and aren't much better against the pass. Miami WR Albert Wilson is a nightmare to cover, just ask the Bears, who saw him make six catches for 155 yards, two of those going for touchdowns. If the Fins can gain 500+ total yards against a very good Bears defense, then they should have their way here as well. Miami's defense remains underrated. 10* Miami

Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-F  |  Oct 21, 2018
Nevada vs Hawaii
Nevada
+3 -102 at pinnacle
Won
$100
Play Type: Top Premium

8* Nevada (12:00 AM ET): We're going really late night for this LAST CHANCE POWER-DRIVE as went head out to the Island. Both these teams went just 3-9 SU last season and have already matched or exceeded that win total here in '18. Nevada was the one supposed to improve, but ironically they're only 3-4 SU while Hawaii is a rather stunning 6-2 SU. The Warriors immediately turned heads in their first game of the season when they upset Colorado State, 43-34, as 17-pt road underdogs. Even though I took the points w/ them in that game, I was stunned at the ease in which they won outright. (Of course, we also didn't know how bad Colorado St was yet). More upsets have followed, but this week the Warriors are favored for the very first time against a team that isn't either from the FCS or in my bottom 10 in of my FBS rankings. I'll take the points.

Nevada is off B2B home losses, but they had to play the two teams that were in LY's Mt. West Championship Game, Boise State and Fresno State. They were double digit dogs to both, so you can't really fault them for losing. In fact, last week saw them go down to the wire against Boise State in an eventual 31-27 loss. The Wolf Pack have only been favored twice all year, so I'm not really faulting them for a 3-4 SU record to this point. Hawaii is a tough place to play if you're the visitor, but Nevada won't be intimidated as they've already played at Vanderbilt, Toledo and Air Force. They turned in a pretty remarkable effort in upsetting the AFA, holding them to just 250 total yards, including just 154 rushing on 51 carries.

Nevada has to win three of its last five games to become bowl eligible. They'll be favored to win two and will be dogs in two others, so this probably represents the "swing game." The road team has actually been favored in the last two Nevada-Hawaii matchups, only to lose outright both times. Last season, the Wolf Pack won 35-21 as three-point dogs in Reno. They rolled up 566 total yds of offense in that game, led by QB Ty Gangi, who missed the Fresno State game but is now back and ready to produce. Hawaii's defense isn't much better than it was last year as they've already given up 40+ pts three times including 49 last week to BYU, not to mention nearly 500 total yards. I look for a minor "upset" late Saturday night. 8* Nevada

Matchup Selection W/L
NFL  |  Oct 21, 2018
Patriots vs Bears
Bears
+3½ -110 at Bovada
Lost
$110.0
Play Type: Top Premium

8* Chicago (1:00 ET): Last week proved it might be a bit premature to start printing those Bears' playoff tickets as they suffered an upset loss at the hands of a Dolphins team sans its starting QB. Sure, Chicago was lucky to even have a chance in OT after Miami's Kenyon Drake fumbled at the goal line. But they did lead the game by double digits in the fourth quarter. The news that Miami would be starting Brock Osweiler in place of the injured Ryan Tannehill came late and I wished I could have got down on the 'Fins as a home dog as the Bears were clearly being overvalued at 3-1 SU and coming off a bye. But this week, they're back in a more customary underdog role. Granted, they have to face the Patriots, but I believe they'll be up to the challenge. 

New England picked up a big win last Sunday night, beating Kansas City 43-40 in an absolute thriller. Once again, reports of Bill Belichick's demise turned out to be greatly exaggerated as since that 1-2 start, the Pats have won three straight while averaging almost 40 points per game. However, key is that all three games were played in Foxboro. This one comes on the road against a team that - unlike the Chiefs - can actually play defense. Remember that the Patriots are 0-2 on the road this year, losing by double digits to both Jacksonville and Detroit. Those were easily their two lowest scoring games of the year as well. 

Obviously, there's a big worry here for the Bears w/ Khalil Mack's ankle limiting him in practice. They'll certainly need him in order to pull any potential upset this week. But Chicago has done just fine as a home dog - even preceding Mack - going 8-2-1 ATS their L11 times in the role w/ five outright wins. I still believe in this team as one that can "win ugly" and get to the playoffs. Winning this week would be a giant step in the right direction. One positive from last week is that QB Mitchell Trubisky averaged 10.2 yards per pass attempt while the running game gained 5.3 yards per carry and that was against a pretty good Dolphins defense. At home, I believe the Bears are capable of pulling the upset. 8* Chicago

Matchup Selection W/L
NFL  |  Oct 21, 2018
Titans vs Chargers
Titans
+7 -130 at 5Dimes
Won
$100
Play Type: Top Premium

10* Tennessee (9:30 AM ET): "Wanna Get Away?" is a tagline for a popular airline company and right about now the Titans would gladly take them up on the offer. The team is off B2B "stinkers" as they lost outright to Buffalo and then were humbled by Baltimore at home. The offense has scored a grand total of 12 points in those two losses and against the Ravens, QB Marcus Mariota was sacked more times (11) than he had completed passes (10). I was highly skeptical of the Titans' 3-1 start, but now that they've lost the two games in a row, I see some value on them as they head across the pond to play the Chargers in London. They'll be going up against a much worse defense than what they've seen so far this season. Take the points in this one. 

The Chargers have handled their business each of the L3 weeks, going 3-0. But they've beaten three bottom-feeders (i.e. last place teams) in San Francisco, Cleveland and Oakland. In fact, it's tough to know exactly where Philip Rivers and company are really at right now as their only other win came against another terrible team (Buffalo), but their two losses came against two of the best teams, the Rams and Chiefs. They've covered the spread in three of their four wins (only failed vs. SF) and did not cover in either loss. My guess is that the pointspread comes into play Saturday morning in Wembley Stadium. The early start time isn't exactly favorable to the West Coast team as kickoff will be at 6:30 AM Pacific time. They are staying in Cleveland this week to practice. 

The Chargers' 38-14 win over the Browns last week was a little misleading in that they got up big early despite not possessing the ball much. They had no problem moving the ball when they had it (449 total yards), but the edge in total yards really didn't become substantial until the end of the game when they were simply running it down the Browns' throats. Consider that Tennessee is 3-3 SU despite being favored only once (at Buffalo) and they have wins over Jacksonville and Philadelphia. Their offense cannot possibly be worse than it was against Baltimore, who probably has the best defense in the league. Off B2B losses, the Titans have gone a perfect 4-0 ATS the L2 years. The Chargers have not been a good opponent for them through the years (1-9 SU, 0-9-1 ATS L10 meetings), but they'll at least cover the spread here. 10* Tennessee 

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