Sunday Tailgate, Keep Checking For Injury Updates

11:43:59 AM It appears Damn Huard will start
Joe Duffy’s GodsTips has the NFL Game of the Year today, in the midst of yet another dominant season.
Sunday weather
Tam-NYG: winds from west 26 MPH
NYJ-Clev: winds west 24 MPH
Jax-Philadelphia: winds west 24 MPH
Ariz: No. 1 WR Fitzgerald out, No. 2 Boldin will start despite missing Friday practice
Sea: Shaun Alexander out, Matt Hasselbeck out
KC: could be down to third QB, current starter Damon Huard game time decision
Jax: David Garrard starts at QB, WR Matt Jones game time decision
Pitts: QB Ben Roethlisberger likely starts
Phil: WR Stallworth will play, may not start, Westbrook is fine and starts
Oak: RB Jordan game time decision

The More Things Stay the Same, the More They Change

Streamlining, when employed properly, is of course
effective in every line of work. In the 1970s and 80s, a lot of gamblers would
focus on local teams and conferences where regional information was often more
accurate and punctual than what Vegas could acquire.

The Internet and the Information Age, to say the least
changed that. By no means did progress eliminate streamlining, it changed the
focal point.

At one juncture, many moons ago, one of the most
influential persons in moving a line was professional handicapper “Doc” in the
Big 10. “His plays could move the line
five, six points” says Steve Linden, one of the high rolling founders of, the online betting

Times changed and team or conference experts were no
longer based on “location, location, location” but on the ability to adapt and
expose which teams were the flavor of the moment to go with or against.

Focusing on a specific team now involves ascertaining
undervalued and overvalued squads and riding them until oddsmakers caught up.

Forensic handicapper Stevie Vincent of says teams that
inevitably become streaky spread wise are squads that have a high winning
percentage but don’t blow teams out, or losing teams that don’t get blown out

Mike Godsey of says
he agrees, it is part of his “dichotomous ATS and SU” theory. “We discount 98 percent of trends, but this
has proven to be the exception to the rule. Basically if a team has a great SU
record but horrid ATS record or visa versa, you ride for that to continue as it
is the sign of which teams are most under or overvalued.”

Linden says of
the professional handicappers they monitor, unlike last century, there are
fewer who simply excel by focusing on a specific team or conference, but
instead they do notice, “The elite services do consistently go for or against
the same teams for extended periods.”

With college basketball just around the corner, the number
of teams undistinguished to the masses, but crystal clear to the sharpies
increases multifold. Good times lie ahead for gamblers who streamline, but do
so a bit differently now than they did in 1986.

Joe Duffy is CEO of,
which features the top handicappers from the former Freescoreboard
scorephone. His plays are part of Dream
Team at

Sunday Tailgate

Philadelphia: Stallworth officially deativated
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Car-Cin: 20 percent chance of rain at kickoff, winds west 19 MPH (keep an eye for quarter lines)
NE-Buf: 50 percent chance of rain at kickoff, winds 17 MPH from south
Den-Cle: 40 percent chance of rain at kickoff, winds 23 MPH from southwest, it is currently raining
Jax: Leftwich likely to start, Matt Jones, Stroud out
Philadelphia: Stallworth doubtful, sources say he’ll be inactive, Westbrook will start
Ariz: Fitzgerald out
Oak: Jordan starts
Ind: Rhodes starts

Monday Information

Monday, October 16,


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Weather at Busch Stadium: 70 chance of rain, first pitch
temperature, if they start on time, is 55 degrees. Wind blowing in at 14 MPH. We
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2-8 Mondays

Mets 9-2 grass

Mets 2-7 Mondays



21-5 after allowing 250 total yards in the previous game

1-6 versus teams with a winning record

under 19-8 as home underdog


To Bet a Man Square Massacre Undermines Conservatism

As mentioned in other articles written about the To Bet a
Man Square Massacre, I am a Ronald Reagan conservative. Nobody is more dismayed by the Prohibition of
the 21st Century than I am. I
painfully acknowledge that the Reagan Revolution has been hijacked by the Big
Brother Devolution, which has lead to the basic civil right to place a bet
having been infringed upon.

That is unless you want to play bingo in a church hall or
bet on the No. 4 horse in the second race. The insurgents in the conservative
movement know who butters their bread. John Kyl and Bill Frist may be
hypocritical but they are not stupid. Every phony has his price.

What attracted me to the Conservative Movement more than
anything else was the foundation of personal responsibility and accountability.
The Reagan Revolution saw this across the board whether it was holding
convicted criminals accountable, allowing the successful to keep more of their
income and by believing the individual and private sector always thrive more
without government interference.

Deregulation was commonplace. Most importantly, my brand
of conservatism believed in creating new streams of tax revenue. This was in
lieu of raising taxes on the rich, defining the wealthy as anyone who makes one
dollar more than I do.

In the Baptist Press,
Bill Frist wrote a first person account why he knows how to spend your
money more responsibly than you do.

The father of the Big Brother movement apparently wants to
replace the first letter in his last name with “Ch” because he appoints himself
the Savior of you and me. Conservatism’s
bastard child aimlessly scribbled, “People who gamble
online are almost twice as likely to become problem gamblers as those who
gamble in other places. Problem gambling destroys lives and families.”

Frist has chosen not to revive Reaganism, but McCarthyism.

Apparently if you want to bet a four-team $20 parlay, you
are destroying your family. Clearly your
values are not as family friendly as that of Frist and Thomas Foley. Send
perverted messages to minors on a computer and Big Brother wants to cover it
up. Bet lunch money on a baseball game and Frist wants to lock you up.

I will be the first to admit, most Americans do not put
the utmost priority on their right to gamble, though I’d venture to say the
number of enraged is significantly higher than far right wing periphery

The Big Brother conservatives believe in personal
responsibility alright. Your family values are their personal responsibility.

Every opinion poll known to mankind confirms American
families believe Frist has failed miserably in leading his party in the Senate.
Undeterred, he still believes government needs to be the caretaker of your
family. You are too dim-witted to know online gambling is the greatest affront
to the American family since that effeminate dinosaur Barney started
emasculating our children thanks to tax supported PBS.

Legalizing and taxing online gambling is the perfect
marriage for true conservatives. However the beliefs in personal responsibility
and new forms of tax revenue have been sabotaged.

The To Bet a Man Square Massacre may not be the reason
that Frist and his cronies have approval ratings that hover around the Duke
football team’s winning percentage. But
his attack on your rights under the subterfuge of family values is at the very
least symbolic of the crisis he created. Genuine conservatives, those who
should be his core supporters, believe that Frist and Kyl are, how can I say
this nicely—self righteous idiots whose subversive skullduggery has
incapacitated the movement they pretend to represent.

Ronald Reagan must be turning over in his grave. I’d bet on it, but Jesus Frist won’t let me.

Joe Duffy, a former Young Republican Executive Board
member is now CEO of,
which conservatively speaking is the premier source for sports
gambling information.

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Monday, October 09, 2006


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Baltimore-Denver UNDER 33.5

These are two ball control offenses. Denver
has allowed just 31 points in three games. They allow just 6.5 yards per pass
teams normally getting 5.8. Denver
eats up the clock averaging 4.7 yards per rush to just 3.9.

Baltimore gets
4.4 yards per play on offense teams normally getting 4.9. Defensively they
allow 8.2 teams normally getting 16.4. They allow 4.1 yards per play teams
normally getting 4.9.

Todd Heap, Baltimore’s
time eating tight end will likely play and eat up the
clock. : NFL