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[Game Preview] Week 11 - Philadelphia Eagles (5-4) at Seattle Seahawks (6-2-1)

Philadelphia Eagles (5-4) at Seattle Seahawks (6-2-1)
The Philadelphia Eagles (5-4) hit the road for the third time in the last four weeks (fifth time in the last seven weeks) for a conference match-up against the Seattle Seahawks (6-2-1), who stand atop the NFC West through nine games.
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Sunday, November 20th, 2016
Game Time Game Location
4:25 PM - Eastern CenturyLink Field
3:25 PM - Central 800 Occidental Ave S
2:25 PM - Mountain Seattle, WA 98134
1:25 PM - Pacific Wikipedia - Map
Weather Forecast
Stadium Type: Open Air
Temperature: 54°F
Feels Like: 51°F
Forecast: Chance of Rain
Humidity: 77%
Chance of Precipitation: 53%
Cloud Coverage: 95%
Wind: NE 7 MPH
Betting Odds
Oddsshark Information
Favorite/Opening Line: Seahawks by -4.5
OveUnder: 45.5
Record VS. Spread: Philadelphia 5-4, Seattle 4-4-1
Where to Watch on TV
CBS will broadcast Sunday’s game to national audience. Jim Nantz will handle the play-by-play duties and former NFL QB Phil Simms will provide analysis. Tracy Wolfson will report from the sidelines.
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Internet Streams
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Radio Streams
Eagles App: Apple App Store or Google Play Store
Listen to Merrill Reese and Mike Quick
Calling the game on 94WIP and the Eagles Radio Network will be Merrill Reese, the NFL’s longest-tenured play-by-play announcer (40th season). Joining Reese in the radio booth will be former Eagles All-Pro wide receiver Mike Quick, while Howard Eskin will report from the sidelines.
Location Station Frequency
Philadelphia, PA WIP-FM 94.1 FM and 610 AM
Allentown, PA WCTO-FM 96.1 FM
Levittown, PA WBCB-AM 1490 AM
Wilmington, DE WDEL-AM 1150 AM
Reading, PA WEEU-AM 830 AM
Sunbury, PA WEGH-FM 107.3 FM
Pottsville, PA WPPA-AM 1360 AM
Williamsport, PA WBZD-FM 93.3 FM
Harrisburg/York/Lancaster, PA WSOX-FM 96.1 FM
Salisbury/Ocean City, MD WAFL-FM 97.7 FM
Wilkes-Barre / Scranton, PA WEZX-FM 106.9 and 107.3
Atlantic City, NJ WENJ-AM 97.3 FM/1450 AM
Milford, DE WAFL-FM 97.7 FM
National Radio
No National Coverage for Week 11
Spanish Radio
Rickie Ricardo, Macu Berral and Gus Salazar will handle the broadcast in Spanish on Mega 105.7 FM in Philadelphia and the Eagles Spanish Radio Network.
Seahwaks Radio
Seahawks Radio Network: Seahawks Radio can be found on 710 ESPN Seattle, the flagship station for the 2016 season, and 97.3 KIRO FM. Wall to wall coverage begins each game day with Seahawks pregame hosted by Dori Monson and joined by former Seahawks Paul Moyer, Sam Adkins and Dave Wyman. Steve Raible and Warren Moon follow with the call in the booth with Jen Mueller providing sideline reports, and the broadcast day concludes with a post-game show featuring exclusive interviews with Seahawks players from the locker room.
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Station Eagles Channel Seahawks Channel
Sirius Radio SIRI 83 (Internet 824) SIRI 82 (Internet 828)
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Sirius XM Radio SXM 83 (Internet 824) SXM 82 (Internet 828)
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NFC East Standings
Team W L T Pct PF PA Net Pts TD Home Road Div Pct Conf Pct Non-Conf Streak Last 5
Cowboys 8 1 0 0.889 258 170 88 30 3-1 5-0 2-1 0.667 5-1 0.833 3-0 8W 5-0
Giants 6 3 0 .667 182 184 -2 21 4-1 2-2 2-1 .667 4-3 .571 2-0 4W 4-2
Redskins 5 3 1 0.611 212 209 3 21 3-2 2-1-1 2-1 0.667 3-2 0.600 2-1-1 1W 3-1-1
Eagles 5 4 0 .556 226 160 66 22 4-0 1-4 0-3 0.000 3-4 .429 2-0 1W 2-3
NFC West Settings
Team W L T Pct PF PA Net Pts TD Home Road Div Pct Conf Pct Non-Conf Streak Last 5
Seahawks 6 2 1 .722 193 158 35 20 4-0 2-2-1 1-1-1 .500 2-2-1 .500 4-0 2W 3-1-1
Cardinals 4 4 1 .500 202 160 42 24 3-2-1 1-2 2-1-1 .625 3-2-1 .583 1-2 1W 3-1-1
Rams 4 5 0 .444 139 173 -34 14 1-3 3-2 2-1 .667 3-4 .429 1-1 1W 1-4
49ers 1 8 0 .111 187 283 -96 21 1-4 0-4 1-3 .250 1-7 .125 0-1 8L 0-5
Series Information
Philadelphia Eagles are tied with the Seattle Seahawks (7-7)
Series History
Head to Head Box Scores
First Game Played
December 12, 1976 - Veterans Stadium in Philadelphia, PA - Eagles: 27 Seahawks: 10
Points Leader
The Seattle Seahawks lead the Philadelphia Eagles 297-271
Coaches Record
Doug Pederson: 0-0 against the Seahawks
Pete Carroll: 1-1 vs Eagles
Coaches Head to Head
Doug Pederson vs Pete Carroll: First Meeting
Quarterback Record
Carson Wentz: Against Seahawks: 0-0
Russell Wilson: Against Eagles: 1-0
Quarterbacks Head to Head
Carson Wentz vs Russell Wilson: First Meeting
Records per Stadium
Record @ Lincoln Financial Field: Seahawks lead the Eagles: 3-0
Record @ CenturyLink Field: Eagles lead the Seahawks: 2-1
Rankings and Last Meeting Information
AP Pro 32 Ranking
Eagles No. 10 - Seahawks No. 2
Last Week
Eagles: W 24-15 vs Falcons
Seahawks: W 31-24 at Patriots
Last Meeting
December 07, 2014
Eagles 14 - Seahawks 24.
Seattle QB Russell Wilson passes for 263 yards with 2 TDs & rushes for TD. Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin has 97 receiving yards & TD.
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Last Meeting at Site
December 01, 2011
Eagles 14 - Seahawks 31
Marshawn Lynch rushes for 148 yards & 2 TDs. Seahawks LB David Hawthorne has 77-yard INT-TD.
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Last 10 Meetings
Date Winner Loser Score
12/07/2014 Seahawks Eagles 24-14
12/01/2011 Seahawks Eagles 31-14
11/02/2008 Eagles Seahawks 26-7
12/02/2007 Seahawks Eagles 28-24
12/05/2005 Seahawks Eagles 42-0
12/08/2002 Eagles Seahawks 27-20
09/23/2001 Eagles Seahawks 27-3
09/06/1998 Seahawks Eagles 38-0
12/03/1995 Seahawks Eagles 26-14
12/13/1992 Eagles Seahawks 20-17 OT
Injury Reports Depth Charts
Eagles Eagles
Seahawks Seahawks
2016 Weekly Matchup
Week 11 - Iron Rank Matchup
Week 11 - "Expert" Picks
Week 11 - Sporting Charts Matchup
2016 Team Stats
Eagles Season Stats
Seahawks Season Stats
2016 Stats (Starters/Leaders)
Wentz 202 311 65.0% 2121 9 5 87.6
Wilson 203 304 66.8% 2442 10 2 99.4
Mathews 95 396 44.0 4.2 7
Michael 133 469 52.1 4.0 6
Prosise 26 96 19.2 3.7 0
Matthews 48 580 64.4 12.1 3
Baldwin 50 629 69.9 12.6 5
Name Sacks Team Total
Graham 5.0 25.0
Avril 9.0 29.0
Name Total Solo Assist Sacks
Bradham 57 39 18 1
Wagner 93 53 40 1.5
Name Ints Team Total
McLeod 3 9
Sherman 3 7
Jones 38 1718 72 45.2 39.7 12 4 12 0
Ryan 42 1904 62 45.3 39.8 16 3 13 1
Sturgis 27 23 85.2% 55 19/20
Hauschka 21 19 90.5% 53 16/19
Kick Returns
Smallwood 7 221 31.6 86 1
Lockett 12 326 27.2 43 0
Punt Returns
Sproles 14 197 14.1 66 0 10
Lockett 18 177 9.8 62 0 13
League Rankings 2016
Offense Rankings
Category Eagles Stat Eagles Rank Seahawks Stat Seahawks Rank
Total Offense 344.0 17th 341.9 20th
Rush Offense 119.9 8th 77.7 30th
Pass Offense 225.1 26th 264.2 11th
Points Per Game 25.1 10th 21.4 21st
3rd-Down Offense 33.1 32nd 37.8 20th
4th-Down Offense 60.0 8th 50.0 T-12th
Red Zone Offense (TD%) 47.2 25th 53.1 19th
Defense Rankings
Category Eagles Stat Eagles Rank Seahawks Stat Seahawks Rank
Total Defense 323.0 6th 338.4 9th
Rush Defense 100.6 13th 96.8 9th
Pass Defense 222.4 7th 241.7 10th
Points Per Game 17.8 T-3rd 17.6 2nd
3rd-Down Defense 35.5 5th 43.9 27th
4th-Down Defense 35.7 9th 37.5 T-11th
Red Zone Defense 44.4 T-3rd 46.4 5th
Category Eagles Stat Eagles Rank Seahawks Stat Seahawks Rank
Turnover Diff. +6 5th +4 7th
Penalty Per Game 8.3 T-29th 8.1 28th
Penalty Yards Per Game 68.6 26th 70.6 27th
Eagles HC Doug Pederson was born in Bellingham, WA, and grew up in Ferndale, WA. Pederson recently admitted that he "Grew Up A Seahawks Fan" and used to attend Seahawks games at The Kingdome.
Eagles LBs coach Ken Flajole is from Seattle and previously coached the Seahawks’ DBs (1999, 2001-02) and LBs (2000).
Eagles Safeties coach Tim Hauck played for the Seahawks in 1997.
Eagles Defensive Quality Control/Assistant DL coach Phillip Daniels was selected by Seattle in the 4th round of the 1996 NFL Draft.
Eagles S Chris Maragos played for the Seahawks from 2011-13 and was a member of the Seahawks’ Super Bowl XLVIII championship team.
Eagles G/T Allen Barbre spent the 2010-11 seasons with Seattle
Eagles P Donnie Jones was selected by Seattle in the 7th round of the 2004 NFL Draft.
Eagles WR Bryce Treggs’ father, Brian, played for the Seahawks in 1992.
Eagles CB Aaron Grymes (Seattle) and DE Bryan Braman (Spokane) are Washington natives.
Eagles K Caleb Sturgis’ brother, Nathan, plays professional soccer for the Seattle Sounders.
Seahawks S Earl Thomas wasn't drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles.
Seahawks NorthEast Area Scout Todd Brunner worked for the Eagles for four seasons (1994-97) as an area scout covering the Northeast. He joined the Eagles as a scouting intern in 1992 and worked as a scouting assistant in 1993.
Seahawks DE/LB Cassius Marsh is the younger brother of CB Curtis Marsh who played for the Eagles for 3 seasons (2011-2013).
The father of Seahawks WR Paul Richardson, Paul Sr., appeared in one game for the Eagles in 1993.
Referee: Carl Cheffers
Through Week 10, there have been 44 games in which a team that trailed in the fourth quarter came back to win, tied for the most such games in the first 10 weeks of a season in NFL history. The seven teams – Cowboys, Chiefs, Dolphins, Giants, Eagles and Seahawks – overcame a fourth-quarter deficit to win in Week 10.
The Eagles (4-0) and Seahawks (4-0) are 2 of 4 NFL teams that boast undefeated records at home in 2016, joining Houston (5-0) and Kansas City (4-0).
Sunday's game presents us with the rare contest between the top two teams in DVOA. The Eagles' Defense is ranked #1 and the Seahawks' Defense is ranked #2.
The Eagles are 4-0 at home, but 1-4 on the road. Now, they're going to one of the toughest places in the NFL to play. The Seahawks are 31-5 at CenturyLink Field since 2012 and have lost to just two non-division foes at home during that time.
Last week, the Eagles ran for 208 yards and permitted only 48 yards on the ground in Sunday's victory over the Falcons. It was the first time since a win against the Redskins at Veterans Stadium in October 1997 that Philadelphia ran for more than 200 yards and gave up fewer than 50 rushing yards in the same game.
RB Ryan Mathews rushed for 109 yards and two touchdowns against the Falcons last week, his second career game with at least 100 rushing yards and multiple touchdown runs (January 2, 2011 with San Diego against Denver).
The Eagles' Offense rank 2nd in the NFL in time of possession (32:28), trailing only Dallas (33:13). Philadelphia leads the NFL in second-half time of possession (17:44).
The Eagles' Offense rank 10th in the NFL in points per game (25.1), trailing only Atlanta (32.0), New Orleans (29.4) and Dallas (28.7) among all NFC teams.
The Eagles' Offense has scored 20+ points in 11 straight games (including seven road games) dating back to 2015, marking the NFL’s longest active streak. The last time the Eagles totaled 20+ points in at least 11 consecutive contests was from 11/3-11/27/14 (20 games).
The Eagles' Offense is outscoring opponents 126-55 (+71) in the second half of games this season, including 77-19 (+58) in the third quarter.
The Eagles' Offense has posted 425+ total net yards in consecutive games (443 yards in Week 9 at N.Y. Giants; 429 yards in Week 10 vs. Atlanta) for the first time since 11/8-11/15/15 (459 yards in Week 9 at Dallas; 436 yards in Week 10 vs. Miami).
The Eagles' Offense ranks 8th in the NFL in rushing yards per game (118.9), trailing only Dallas (161.0) and San Francisco (119.6) among all NFC teams. The Eagles lead the NFC and rank 4th in the NFL in percentage of rushes gaining 4+ yards (47.4%, 119-of-251), trailing only Buffalo (50.0%), Tennessee (49.8%) and Houston (47.4%). The Eagles also rank 5th in the NFL with 35 rushes of 10+ yards.
The Eagles' Defense has allowed only 29 scores on 106 opponent drives in 2016, ranking 4th in the NFL in opponent scoring efficiency (27.4%), trailing only Baltimore (22.1%), Los Angeles (26.2%) and Arizona (26.6%). Philadelphia is also tied for 3rd in the NFL in points allowed per game (17.8), trailing only Minnesota (16.9) and Seattle (17.6). The last time the Eagles allowed 160-or-fewer points in the first nine games of the season was in 2004 (152 points).
The Eagles' Defense leads the NFL in opponent red zone scoring efficiency (70.4%), allowing only 19 scores on 27 opponent red zone drives.
The Eagles' Defense are one of just four NFL teams with 3+ red zone takeaways in 2016, joining Kansas City (6), Buffalo (3) and New Orleans (3). Philadelphia (11.1%) trails only Kansas City (22.2%) in takeaways per red zone drive.
The Eagles' Defense rank 1st in the NFL in opponent yards per play inside the red zone (1.63) in 2016, allowing just 109 yards on 67 opponent red zone plays.
The Eagles' Defense owns the NFL’s lowest opponent red zone rushing average (0.9) this season, allowing just 25 yards on 28 red zone rush attempts.
The Eagles' Defense has 25 sacks in 2016, tied for 6th in the NFL, behind Buffalo (30), Denver (29), Seattle (29), Tennessee (28) and Carolina (27). The Eagles rank 4th in sacks per pass attempt (10.4%), trailing only Seattle (9.0%) in the NFC.
The Eagles' Defense has recorded 12 sacks on first down, the most in the NFL. Sixteen of the Eagles’ 25 sacks this season have come in the second half, tied for 5th in the NFL behind Buffalo (21), Denver (20), Seattle (19) and Tennessee (17). This season, 12 different Eagles players have registered a sack, including five players with multiple QB takedowns.
The Eagles' Defense has produced 8 forced fumbles in 2016. The Eagles are tied with Carolina for the most forced fumbles (47) in the NFL since the start of the 2014 season.
The Eagles' Defense is tied with Arizona for the 6th-most takeaways (16) in the NFL in 2016, trailing only Kansas City (22), Denver (20), San Diego (19), Minnesota (18) and Baltimore (17). The Eagles have registered a 3-1 (.750) record when forcing multiple turnovers in games this season.
The Eagles' Defense is tied for the 8th-most opponent fumble recoveries (7) in the NFL in 2016, trailing only New Orleans (9), Tampa Bay (9), Minnesota (8), San Francisco (8) and Arizona (7) among all NFC teams.
The Eagles' Defense have recorded an INT in eight of their nine games in 2016. The last time Philadelphia recorded INTs in at least eight of their first nine games of the season was in 2010 (all nine games).
The Eagles' Special Teams has posted an NFL-leading 12 special teams TDs (4 kickoff return TDs; 4 punt return TDs; 4 blocked punt return TDs) since 2013. The Eagles (2), Colts (1) and Dolphins (1) are the only teams with kickoff return TDs in 2016.
Since 2013, the Eagles' Special Teams are tied with the Vikings for the most combined kickoff and punt return TDs (8) in the NFL. Since 2014, Philadelphia leads the NFL in both kickoff return TDs (4) and punt return TDs (4). The Eagles are the only NFL team to record multiple kick return TDs in each of the last three seasons (4 in 2014; 2 in 2015; 2 in 2016).
The Eagles' Special Teams leads the NFL in kickoff return average (33.7) in 2016. Since 2014, the team ranks 2nd in the NFL in kickoff return average (26.6), trailing only Baltimore (26.9). Philadelphia ranks 4th in the NFL in opponent kickoff return average (18.4) in 2016, trailing only Denver (16.9), Jacksonville (17.6) and Carolina (17.6).
The Eagles' Special Teams lead the NFL in both average starting field position after kickoff (29.8) and opponent average starting field position after kickoff (22.5) in 2016. Philadelphia also ranks 1st in the NFL in percentage of 20+ yard kickoff returns (72.2%) in 2016, returning 13 of 18 total kickoffs for 20+ yards.
Since 2014, the Eagles' Special Teams rank 1st in the NFL in punt return average (12.5). Philadelphia has also posted 4 blocked punt return TDs since 2014: Najee Goode (12/6/15 at NE), Trey Burton (12/28/14 at NYG), Chris Maragos (10/5/14 vs. StL), Brad Smith (9/28/14 at SF).
QB Carson Wentz ranks 2nd among NFL rookies in pass yards (2,121) & TD passes (9)
As of Week 10, QB Carson Wentz now owns every Franchise Record for a Rookie Quarterback - including Most Passing Attempts (311), Most Completions (202), Most Yards (2,121), Most Touchdown Passes (9), and Best Completion Percentage (65.0).
RB Darren Sproles led the team with 8 receptions in Week 10 which pushed him over the 500 career receptions mark. Sproles has 360 receptions since 2011, which is the most by any NFL RB in that time.
RB Darren Sproles became just the second player in NFL history with 500+ career receptions, 500+ career rush attempts and 500+ career kickoff and punt returns, joining former Falcons WR Eric Metcalf (541 receptions, 630 rush attempts, 631 kickoff and punt returns from 1989-2002).
RB Ryan Mathews has a career-high 8 offensive TDs (7 rushing TDs, 1 receiving TD) in 2016. Mathews is just the fifth Eagles player since 1950 to record 7+ rushing TDs in the first nine games of the season, joining RB LeSean McCoy (10 in 2011), RB Ricky Watters (8 in 1996), RB Wilbert Montgomery (7 in 1982) and RB Billy Ray Barnes (7 in 1958).
The Seahawks' Offense is 30th in rushing (77.7 yards per game) and 31st in yards per carry (3.3). That could change Sunday with the expected return of RB Thomas Rawls, who averaged 5.7 yards per carry last year as a rookie. The Seahawks are just 25th in rushing attempts (23.8 per game) and 19th in run-play percentage (39.1).
QB Russell Wilson has 12 career games with at least three touchdown passes and no interceptions, the second-most in a player’s first five seasons in NFL history. HoF Dan Marino (13) is in 1st place.
QB Russell Wilson has 630 pass yards (315 per game) and 5 passing touchdowns for a 129.7 rating in his past 2 games. Wilson has 17 touchdowns with 2 interceptions for a 113.3 rating in his past 8 games at home.
S Kam Chancellor earned a NFC Defensive Player of the Week award for Week 10.
RB C.J. Prosise had a career-high 153 scrimmage yards (87 receiving and 66 rushing) in Week 10
WR Doug Baldwin had 3 touchdown catches last week. It was the 3rd career 3 touchdown game for Baldwin. Since 2015, Baldwin ties for the NFL lead with 19 receiving touchdowns.
DE Cliff Avril has a team-best 9.0 sacks for the Seahawks, who are tied for second in the NFL with 29.
Since 2011, CB Richard Sherman leads NFL with 29 interceptions.
LB Bobby Wagner has recorded 93 tackles so far this season. Wagner is one tackle shy of Cleveland's LB Christian Kirksey for the NFL lead.
TE Brent Celek (4,801) needs 199 more yards to reach 5000 career receiving yards.
RB Darren Sproles (18,721- 8th) is 8th on the NFL's All-Time All-Purpose Yards list. He can move into 7th place with 78 more yards. However, WR Steve Smith (18,798 - 7th) is currently in 7th place and is still active in the NFL. Sproles (18,721) is 279 All-Purpose Yards away from 19,000 Career All-Purpose Yards.
RB Darren Sproles is 2 touchdowns away from 60 total career touchdowns.
RB Ryan Mathews (4,996) is 4 yards away from rushing for 5,000 career rushing yards.
DE Connor Barwin (30.5 - 15th) passed DT Jerome Brown (29.5) to take 15th place on the Eagles All-Time Sack List last week. Barwin can move into 14th place with 1 more sacks joining DE Juqua Parker (31.5 - 14th). Barwin is also 0.5 sacks away from reaching 50 career sacks!
K Caleb Sturgis (96) is 4 Field Goals Made from 100 career Field Goals Made.
P Donnie Jones (46,297 - 15th) needs 274 Punting Yards to move into 14th place on the NFL's All-Time Punting Yards Career list. Jones would pass out P Chris Mohr (46,570 - 15th).
WR Doug Baldwin (4455- 6th) can move into 5th place on the Seahawks' All-Time Receiving Yards list with 3 more receiving yards. He would pass WR Joey Galloway (4457 - 5th) along the way.
WR Doug Baldwin (34 - 5th) could take sole possession of the Seahawks' All-Time Receiving Touchdowns list with 1 more Touchdown, passing WR Brian Blades (34 - 5th). With 4 more touchdowns, Baldwin will pass WRs Daryle Turner (36 - 4th) and Joey Galloway (37 - 3rd) to earn a place in the Seahawks' Top-3 All-Time.
TE Jimmy Graham (476) is 24 receptions away from 500 career receptions.
TE Jimmy Graham (5,950) is 50 yards from 6,000 career receiving yards.
TE Jimmy Graham (56) is 4 Receiving Touchdowns away from 60 career touchdowns.
CB Richard Sherman (29) is 1 Interception away from 30 career interceptions.
P Jon Ryan (793) is 7 punts away from 800 career punts.
Matchups to Watch
Eagles TE Zach Ertz vs. Seahawks S Kam Chancellor
The Eagles' tight end has had strong production in back-to-back games with 14 catches for 152 yards in that span. He is still looking for his first touchdown of the season. Chancellor is the enforcer on the back end of this defense. He has 33 tackles on the season, but missed four games due to a groin injury. He returned for last Sunday night's game against New England.
Eagles DT Fletcher Cox vs. Seahawks G Germain Ifedi
This is a matchup the Eagles need to win in a big way. Cox has four sacks on the season, but hasn't posted one since the October 9 loss in Detroit. He also has 14 quarterback hurries and six tackles for loss on the year. Ifedi was the Seahawks' first-round pick out of Texas A&M this year. A tackle in college, Ifedi missed the first three games of the season due to an ankle injury, but has started the last six contests at right guard.
Eagles T Jason Peters vs. Seahawks DE Cliff Avril
The Eagles' All-Pro left tackle doesn't appear to be slowing down anytime soon. In the win over the Falcons, the 34-year-old Peters did not allow a single hit or hurry on quarterback Carson Wentz, according to Pro Football Focus. Avril will present quite a challenge. The NFC Defensive Player of the Month for October leads the Seahawks with nine sacks on the year. Avril's streak of five games with a sack ended last Sunday.
Eagles LB Jordan Hicks vs. Seahawks RB C.J. Prosise
Seahawks running back Thomas Rawls is set to return from a leg injury, but the rookie out of the backfield should still have a big role in the offense. He's got good size at 6-1, 220 pounds. He can catch the ball, as he showed in New England with seven catches for 87 yards in his first-career start. Hicks is third on the team with 56 tackles, but also has two interceptions on the year. His cover ability will be key in defending Prosise.
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NY Giants vs. Washingturd Shitstains. A scouting report worth it's weight in burnt hair piles.

(Forward from the author; It’s Wednesday. Usually I re-read these on Wednesday, clean them up a lot, realize where there are holes and put “TK” there because “tk” doesn’t happen in the English language and you can ctrl-f it and get right back to the spot you need at any point. But tomorrow is game day. I don’t have time for that. I’m going to work now, this is unedited. There will be mistakes, there will be grammatical errors, and with any luck, there will be upsets by the end of tomorrow. I also really, really despise the team we are playing tomorrow.)
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On with the show.
I know you all hate the Egos more than the Shitskins. I know you all hate the Cuntboys more than the Shitstains but hear me out. It’ll only take about 30 minutes of heavy reading. I’ll give you the TL/DR right now though; FUCK WASHINGTON.
Also, since Splooshington fans will likely read this, at least the 7% who can read might, let me say this right up here too. ALL PRAISE THE MARA FAMILY. I love the hate for Mara. He’s the head of a committee, that’s about it. But the way they’ve taken the Zeke shit and the over the cap penalties and run with the narrative that Mara is a scumbag is amazing. This is coming from the franchises that are run by Jerry “I want to be Al Davis” Jones and Daniel “I want to be relevant” Snyder.
I know it was an “uncapped year” and yet the league came together with a gentlemen’s agreement. Which two teams broke that? Of fucking course, the Shitthemselves Redfins and the Drybone Cuntcheeses. Nobody else. Not even the scumbag Raiders.
So far, we, The Good Guys, are 99-67-4 over the Shitstains. Let’s get to 100.
The older I get the more I hate the Stains. Growing up they were good and people in upstate NY liked them. Nobody really liked the Eagles and only morons liked the Cowboys, which I’ve found to be universal outside of the Dallas area. An area that, in all fairness, I’ve never been to because it’s fucking Dallas. Between the Stain’s (at the very, least semi-racist) name (more on that later, I’m sure,) their owner, and their stupid coach I just continue to hate them more and more.
For me, it all started in the RG-RememberMe’s rookie season. When their fanbase ignored everything happening and convinced themselves that RememberMe was the next coming of black jesus while mostly ignoring Alfred Morris. Then the stupid assholes let Morris walk. Then they signed some bucktooth CB who goes on Rich Eisen’s morning show and proves, time and time again, that he is the least intelligent person to ever put on football pads. Which is a feat, I’ll give him that.
I am not a monster. OBJ was stupidier in that first game when they met in Carolina. But overall intelligence? It’s not even close. God damnit Norman is incapable of forming a sentence. The man is a moron.
I hate the Stains. I hate them so god damn much.
Kirk Cousins is a good QB and I can’t wait until they fuck that up and he’s on a team that isn’t horrible and Andy Dalton becomes the QB in Maryland.
Fuck FedEx as a company. Fuck that field. It’s always in disrepair. It’s never once been in good shape. Never. Why? Because the organization that runs this shit team is the shittiest organization in the world.
I know a lot of you are reading this thinking; “Man, out_of_time is really handsome, I bet. Also, he should calm down, they aren’t the threat that the Eagles or Cowboys are.” Yeah! I know that yourstupidnamegoeshere! That’s part of the problem. Fuck them for always being the worst part of the NFC East. We’re supposed to be the best division and for years we were. Sure, we’re a problem this year, but they’ve won the division 3 times since, 1988. THAT IS OLDER THAN MOST OF YOU!
Quit bringing us down you stupid ass holes! (But really, keep being awful, it helps keep order on the planet.)
Okay, I don’t actually hate any of the players on Washitstain. I really loathe having to hear Norman spek because I used to play football and he’s a bad representative for anyone who has ever touched a football. This isn’t about the defense though.
We need to start with Kirk Cousins. What’s the deal with the bullshit about he and his wife loving each other? I honestly don’t know. I feel like I missed school the day we decided that was a thing. Answer this please or I won’t make it to Christmas.
But Kirk has had a pretty good little career so far. He’s really only started for the past 2 full seasons. This is his 3rd full season as a starter. Crazy right? It seems like we’ve been talking about him for years, especially if you play fantasy, but nope. He’s only started 51 games out of the 90 games he’s been in the league. I’m not going to figure out how many of those he was injured for because I don’t give a shit. I’m a little bit high right now and my girlfriend is watching the Voice.
The Voice must have the lowest opinion of the people who watch their show because their theme song is just a chorus of morons screaming “THIS IS THE VOICE!!!”
“What in the hell were we watching Margaret?”
“Goodness Harold, I don’t remember?”
“Is it that detective what’s it that you like to watch?” asks Harold.
“No, Harold, it’s not my Bones,” she says, pensively trying to force her memory to shake itself awake. ”THIS IS THE VOICE!!!!”
“Well son of a…HEY! It’s Sexiest Man in the World Blake Shelton!”
“Oh yes Harold! That’s right.” They watch enraptured as the zit-faced post-teen sings flatly through a hip hop song that makes the room still with an uncomfortable fog swimming between the lover’s stunted brains. “He’s sexy because he’s the only one left.”
“What? Whose sexy?” Harold says but thinks “what the fuck are you talking about? We haven’t spoke in 5 god damn minutes and you think my brain is still with you. God damn it, I wonder whatever happened to Cheryl.”
“…because he’s the only celebrity who hasn’t sexually harassed every woman,” is all Harold hears as he finally finishes his train of thought.
“Oh right, sure,” still fully confused as to what’s happening, “it’s bad to touch women who aren’t…you know…dressed sexy or whatever.”
“That’s right,” Margaret says, giving up because it’s already too late for Harold. It’s too late for her too. Keith, her former lover, died 3 years ago and so did the last ounce of hope she was holding on to, “that’s right sweetie.”
And then Carson Daly comes on screen only to say; “I’M CARSON DALY AND I’M SCREAMING FOR NO REASON.” They both zone out as their thought drift to days gone by. Good days.
Days like the past 14 years, where the Giants have won all but 8 of the past 25 meetings. Days when Kirk Cousins came in for an injured RGIII and we forced 6 turnovers in 2015. Days like the past 4 times we met them, we’ve forced 7 turnovers.
Kissing Cousins…shit, I forgot that I was talking about him.
In just three years Kirk Cameron has had a higher completion percentage than any single year from Eli. He averages 27 more YPG, in his career (which equates to 432 yards a season.) He threw for 11 and 12 INTs the last two years – Eli hasn’t done that in a decade (2008) and that was the only season Eli had less than 14.
Klansman Cousman is a really good QB…unless…wait…is this a primetime game? Or a game that matters? Because if that’s the case, it’s not a problem. That wispy-haired cunt can fall apart with the best of them. He’s the Anti-Eli. He’s also pretty bad against us. Or worse than average.
22/38, 271 yards, 1 TD, 1.7 INT. That’s what he does against us. We’ve always kept him in check. Better than most. Other than prime time TV, that shit ruins him.
Their backfield is pretty stacked with Rob Kelley, Chris Thompson, Matt Jones,, and rookie Samaje Perine.
The Saints D has been pretty good this year. Actually, really good after week 2. And last week Perine went for 5.09 ypc, on 23 carries for 117 yards and a touchdown. He’s good. I really wanted him in last year’s draft. I mean now I hate him because he’s on Washingturd but whatever, he’s probably going to be pretty good for the 4 years he stays on this team, then even better after that. He looked really good against the Saints, at least. So he worries me.
But he doesn’t worry me that much because we’re 30th against the run. We are trending in the right direction though, we have played good against the run since…oh wait, nope. Not the case. We even weren’t that great in victory last week. Oh well. Maybe this is the week we turn it all around!
I mean they’re going to have to give Perine the ball. He’s the only option other than Byron Marshall who ended up with 10 carries for 42 yards and a catch last wee…New Years day.
Yup, the last time Marshall ran was when he was on the Eagles, playing against the Cowboys last season. Who knows what kind of player he is? Honestly, I’m asking because I have no fucking clue. I’m pretty sure that The Other White Gruden doesn’t even know.
DeSean Jackson and Pierre Garcon have been the best friend that Kirk Kennedy Kousins could have. So obviously because of WaSkins reasons, they’re gone. Instead they signed Tyrel Pryor who is hurt and wasn’t good anyway.
They have some homegrown talent at WR though with Jamison Crowder and Josh Doctson. Crowder came on really strong last year and has yet to reclaim that success. Although, he’s coming along as the season grows longer and he’s also leading the team with 39 receptions. Guess who’s behind him, as a WR. Go ahead, guess. Yes, you’re right! It sure is Ryan Grant.
What is there to like about this team? Jesus Christ. Ryan Grant? He had 19 targets last season…because they used to give Cousinsex weapons.
They still have Jordan Reed about 12% of the time and Vernon Davis all of the time.
Say what you will about Davis. Things like; he’s old, he’s probably going to breakdown at some point, he’s not as fast, he isn’t as good of a blocker, but it doesn’t matter, dude is pretty fucking cool and he can still ball out. He can ball out with his balls in.
But then again we’ve held a lot of TE’s to 0 touchdowns this year…there’s been Kelce, there was the dude from the Chiefs, last week we did it, and we also did it vs Kansas City, so we’re probably pretty set up to stop 2 pretty great TEs. Or one. Who knows. I won’t even look at the status for Reed because his body parts explode every couple of days.
The Racial’s line is finally all in place though, and for serious they’re one of the 3 best lines in the NFC East. And if you think about it, that’s what our division is becoming known for. For a long time the Cuntboys line was the talk of the league (thankfully they’re falling apart and it’s glorious.) The Eagles may have the best line in the NFL right now, or rather 2 weeks ago before JPP got hurt, but still, that line is making that team really good – or at least helping. Fuck you Egos. And now that the Shitstains line is back, they have a running game, Krib Krubbins has time and they look better.
Sure, we get it, the Skidmarks have offensive players but what about the defense of the NYFG?
Well…let me say this. We’re back baby!!!
But like, you know, not really.
Collins can play as good as anyone in the league at any time he wants. Same with Snacks, Jackrabbit, and DRC. They’ll all have to do that this week. We need our stars to burn bright to win this game. I’m not going to talk too much about the D because we all already know. We’ve watched. They can be great and yet, maddeningly, they choose not to be far too often.
OV is more important to this team than JPP. I honestly see JPP’s career going the way Osi’s went. He’ll be unceremoniously dumped off at some point. The fun thing is that I think Avery is going to develop into a really good player. Also, whoever ends up being the next GM best re-sign Dalvin after his rookie contract. That dude is going to be special. He’s quietly having an outstanding year.
We are dead last in the league with 14 sacks. It’s sad. It’s really sad. A key to the game is getting after Kuzins. At least pressure him into infidelity.
Joshy the Beaver is heading up a secondary that is 25th in the league in yardage allowed.
They’re also 19th against the run.
So basically, not a super impressive defense.
I do want to say this though, Fat Face Kerrigan is a really underrated player. I know every Sunday we all actively look forward to Clay Matthews commercials. It’s always fun to watch one of the most overrated players also be a bad actor. It’s nice that all of the players who get commercials in the league are basically white. That’s great right? Who doesn’t love a sea of white guys getting commercials from a 99% non-white league. Thankfully Cam is around and still relevant because he has a pretty smile and a shitty grasp on how to run an offense. It’s nice to know that Clay Matthews has long hair though, because otherwise we’d have to watch Kerrigan and his stupid 8th grade soccer player face doing all of those commercials. Why? Because he’s a better player.
Kerrigan has a knack for being the best player on the field when we play the Shitfucks.
They also have Zach Brown and 8 other people who (a) play defense and (b) like to put straws into each other’s assholes and suck out farts.
I’m talking about nice fat straws by the way, not little skinny ones. They like to get them way up there too.
The problem with the Rashbins defense isn’t that their horrible it’s that our offense is.
Darkwa should be able to get his 74 yards, .3 TD’s, and 2.1 kids.
Again, the Eli love is well warranted but he missed on a lot of passes this past week. Hopefully the weather will be a bit more cooperative and he’ll be able to put some shit on point.
People in the fantasy community are thinking that Norman will shadow Shepard if Shepard is available for the game. I don’t think that’s the case. I also would like to tell you that the fantasy community that I’m talking about is a community of people who I gather on my cellular telephone and they speak through blue tooth into my car. But those fantasy people are stupid. Firstly, Shep will play outside and they’ll put Norman on him, but he’ll move to the slot a lot and Norman won’t follow. Also, Norbert isn’t the player he was…for one whole season…in Carolina. He’s still very good, don’t get me wrong, but he’s not about to completely eliminate someone, especially someone who moves around a lot.
Warshingturd is allowing the 4th most points in fantasy to opposing TE’s. I fully expect Evan Engram to outgain any of our pass-catchers, no matter who is playing. They have allowed more yards and more receptions than us. Of course, we allow TE’s to score every time they touch the ball…unless we’re intercepting TE passes which is just beyond fucking stupid. Thank you Andy Reid; you stupid fatman who is knocking on death’s door with the bones from BBQ ribs.
They’ve allowed the 2nd most yards on QB runs…so you know…look for Eli Vick to really run wild. I’d say his ceiling is 12 yards. Which, considering who we’re talking about, is pretty impressive.
Okay, if you look back, I’ve talked a lot of shit about our team and I’ve predicted blow outs 2 times. Last week and Denver. So keep that in mind when I say what I’m about to say, and know that I’m a bit superstitious.
We are going to get killed. Absolutely destroyed. I’m so sure of it that I put money on us to win…because fuck money!
33-16 Redslurs. I think they win by two TD’s. Do you see how confusing this is to read? Because it’s harder to write. I don’t even know what I’m saying at this point so if you do, let me know. Also, let me know what the deal is with Kirk and Julie. I’m deadly serious about that. It’s fucking dumb and I hate it from now until kriK is on a different team. Then I’ll get on board.
Why do I even include these? Well first of all, I’m winning both leagues I’m in. I am the top scorer in both. I also have been to the championship game for 4 straight years in one league and 2/4 in the other. So, am I an expert? Yes, you’re god damn right I am. Matthew Berry is uglier (trust me,) older, not as funny, and I’m fairly certain I’m about 9,000 times better at fantasy football than he is. Yet he gets to be on ESPN, carried by the very talented Field Yates.
So yeah, I do this because you should all know that I’m fucking brilliant, I have good taste in players, I have a great record, I have a very nicely shaped but slightly below average penis, and my track record doesn’t speak at all so here I am, speaking on it’s behalf.
RB’s. Start both Darkwa and Perine. They’re both going to be RB2 or 3s. I think Perine will be a 2 and Darkwa will be either or. Darkwa’s problem is TDs. But I think he’ll get one and couple that with a 100 yard performance (game script dependent – but he’ll get at least 50 as a floor with 2 catches.) Perine will go for 60-120, yes, that big of a gap. He’ll get at least one touchdown. He’s their only option.
WRs are tough. If Shep plays, he’s an auto-start, but otherwise, maybe a flex for anyone else though I wouldn’t trust a single one of them myself. There is a chance for Doctson to get in 3 for 80 and TD. There’s a chance Crowder gets 5-10. But it’s all so unreliable.
QB’s. I think KKK gets into the top 12 this week while Eli will be about QB 15-18.
TE’s. Reed and Engram are must starts. If Reed doesn’t play than Davis is a must start.
Don’t start either D, if possible.
Happy Thanksgiving. Christopher Columbus used to make coats and belts out of Native Americans and favored the term “redskins.” Did you know Columbus sent over two dozens Tainos back to Spain to be enslaved?
I mean, uhhh…HAPPY THANKSGIVING!!! It’s a great time to be with family and friends a month before having to be with family and friends. Whey the fuck can’t one of these holidays be in the summer? Some of us are trying to marry their GFs and split trips over here. “Discover” America in June for fuck’s sake.
We do it with friends, the holiday, not the sexy stuff…but then again, who knows? Maybe some turkey and some stuffing each other is in order. Of course, I don’t eat turkey so none of this is likely.
I’m a vegan. A vegan who looks at hot dogs with lust, a vegan who dreams of a cheeseburger, a vegan who wants to throw up because turkey is fucking gross as shit. I’ve never liked it. I ate it to be polite and I may even do that tomorrow. But in all honesty, it’s gross as shit. I don’t care how good you, your mom, your wife, your husband, your friend, etc. cooks it, it’s still gross. It’s by far the worst meat on the planet.
Fuck Washingturd. I hate them worse than turkey. I don’t care if you or I are or are not offended by their name. It’s fucking batshit bananas crazy that they still use it. I don’t say the word “faggot” despite it being the most fun word every created. (Okay, I say it to my gay friend who is also a comedian and he loves it, it’s like scratching a dog behind it’s ear…I’m a pretty lucky straight guy for having a friend like that.) It’s just crazy. They can site as many polls as they want. The truth is, they’re a shit organization, with no moral compass, and they won’t change their name because, above all else, they’re too fucking stupid. They would lose no fans. They would end a useless debate. They would sell a shit ton of new merch. They would probably gain fans. But you know what? They’re too fucking stupid. They’re a pile of racist morons.
If you’re reading this as a Shit’s fan and you think you’re woke as fuck and the name is fine, you’re an idiot too. I’m not saying it would change my fandom. Louis CK is still the greatest living comedian, today. That hasn’t changed for me. 10 years ago he did some really fucked up shit that he needs to work towards fixing. He needs to make it right. That doesn’t mean I think he’s suddenly not funny. You can still root for your team and admit; “this is a little fucked up, it’s offending some people.” Not me. I’m not offended. I have one friend who is very offended though. I’m white and I hate being offended on someone else’s behalf. But having a Native American friend who fucking hates it and feels pain that his people are a cartoon logo, that’s shitty.
“But a native American drew the logo!” Yup. And the swastika is sacred in several religions so I guess that we should all embrace that too right?
I am fully willing to admit that I hate the name because of my friend (10%) and because I hate everything about the dogshit embarrassment of a company that is the Washington Footballers (90%.) So partially it’s a troll on my part, but I’ve come to terms with that and why should I change when I’m offending literally 0% of the population by not being partial to the nickname of an irrelevant NFL team.
Dear Washington fan who is still reading and is ripe with anger. I out_of_time am the only human on the planet who considers you a rival. The rest of the world doesn’t even think about your shit team. At least you have that. Because before right now, you were everyone’s 3rd rival. Go read the threads that happen just before the season starts. They’re on every board. Cowboys fans hate us and the Eagles, Eagles fans hate us and the Cowboys, we hate the Cowboys and Eagles and all 3 fanbases say things like; “I don’t think about the Washingturds. They’re irrelevant.” So at least you’ve got me – motherfucking you every single day.
Happy Thanksgiving! May the Washington Football team rot in 4th place of the NFCE, at least 95% of the years until I die! (Final Note: I have nothing against Washington fans, they’re fine. I pity them because I think they are rooting for an organization that will prove out to be worse than the Browns.)
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[Table] I turned $300 into $100,000+ in a month and a half by betting on sports. AMA

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Have you ever thought about doing it professionally as a tipster? I think that business is a fraud. People lose off of those picks because no real person hits over 60%. At that point, what are your buyers supposed to do?? You continue to sell your picks and they're running out of money.
I don't like the thought of people profiting or losing off of my picks. It adds more pressure on me to make the right picks and I lose my focus. If they tail my plays and I never know, that's ok I guess.
More importantly, I live bet a lot. So it's hard for me to stop what I'm doing just to tell people what all of my plays are. Chances are after I'm done betting live, the line has significantly changed.
A good example of that is when the Cavs were playing the Knicks last week. At some point in the game, the Knicks were up 11 I believe and the ML was Cavs -140. I bet that line so hard it moved to -290.
Is it a betting system per say or a new way of isolating picks? Would you provide some intel on your strategy? I call it a system, but I think you're way of describing it is better. I pretty much look for games where I have no doubt the favorite will win and play a lot of money on it. For example, I played nearly $38,000+ to win like 3 grand on the Patriots beating the Redskins yesterday. Sure, that's a lot to win a little, but I'm winning and that little amount adds up over time. I think that should give you an idea as to how I play.
How old are you? I'm 24, my birthday is on November 21st!
I'm sure this isn't with a local bookie, so Vegas or Online Sportsbook? And if online, any problems cashing out or getting paid or having a huge check cashed at a bank? Online sports book. And I was very skeptical at first, but I haven't had any problems yet. I get paid out every Wednesday and the FedEx package usually comes very quickly. I get like 10-11 money orders and I take them to my bank. After my first deposit, I learned not to deposit more than $5000 into your account at once because it'll be on hold. Whereas if you do $5000 one day and $5000 the next, you can just get them each fully in your account the next day.
Congrats on the run. I am in America. Winnings are taxed, and I'm still having to figure out how much I'll have to pay once I declare my winnings on the year.
I'm guessing you're not in America since you referenced paying taxes in another question, I made a run once doing that with NBA games but not like this and then lost two big ones that wiped out the 2k I had at the time. I still can't believe the Kings lost that game.
Are a majority of your bets money line? Yes. I will occasionally play a spread if I see a good opportunity, but I end up getting screwed (Northwestern +8/+9.5 at Michigan being a good example). Yesterday was the first time I dabbled in it but I was mainly playing for arbitrage/middles. I hit one with Colts/Broncos but lost the other with Cowboys/Eagles. In the latter, I played Cowboys +3 and +6.5 thinking they'd take a lead and the Eagles would be underdogs. I would've played Eagles spread at that point, but the moment never came. I luckily only lost Cowboys +3 and won +6.5.
Word, I sort of did this years ago when the Nationals lost 101 games in a season. Took the money line every game against them and ended up winning like $600 for the season. Only small bets, much smaller than yours. I think I might look into this again. What sites do you use? Have you cashed out? I love that strategy. I look for hot trends and pounce. Like Packers, Patriots, Jake Arrieta, etc. It always helps when you know where to take advantage of plays. I explained this in a comment above. Response to u/jteta12.
I see that this is per team, and not per points...which site does that? cause i follow soccer but not so much nfl... You can get money line bets anywhere. I think in Vegas it is capped out at -1000 ($1000 to win $100). Soccer is a sport I try to stay away from because of the draw option. You'll see one of the first bets I lost heavily on was when Real Madrid played at home against Malaga and got a 0-0 draw (will never forget that game). But you can still pick a side to win in soccer and I know people who are very good at it. The site I use is sportsbetting.ag (under betonline.ag).
What's the worst bad beat you've experienced throughout this run? Michigan State losing to Nebraska was the worst beat by far. Not in terms of amount lost, but just by how badly the ref ruined the game on that last Nebraska touchdown call. The receiver was clearly out of bounds and came back in to catch it. Still don't know how they reviewed and said it was a touchdown.
Luckily I stayed away from that game. I suppose that loss kind of balances out that miraculous W in Ann Arbor three weeks ago though which is always something to keep an eye out for I almost bet Michigan that day. Now THAT was a bad beat.
What are you selling? The dream. for $14.99. and if you act now, i'll throw in the second dream at no extra cost. just pay shipping and handling.
In all honesty, I am finishing up an article about this run and wanted to get some traction for it first. I hope that's ok.
What NFL bet do you feel most confident about this weekend? Saints against the Redskins, Packers against the Lions, Panthers against the Titans, Denver against the Chiefs, Patriots against the Giants, Bengals against the Texans.
If this is real then its fuckin amazing... i lose my cool too often on betting, im -6000 this year :( The key is to be patient. It's really easy to get hasty and want to play all the time. Have to pick your spots. I don't think I learned that lesson until I was past $10k and I still struggle with it.
Could you keep me updated on what you bet on? I get a little lazy about updating my spreadsheet, but I almost always post all of my plays on the sports app Fancred or by texting my friends.
Sounds alright, also I've seen you do a lot of safe bets, do you think that is a viable way to make money even if you have very little to start with? I think it definitely works (as you can tell). I'd say like 8 out of 10 times it's a good strategy, and the other 2 are upsets that shouldn't happen but do because of a lackluster performance by the favorite. (Michigan State vs. Nebraska, LA Kings vs. Columbus Blue Jackets, Roger Federer vs. Albert Ramos-Vinolas, etc.). You cannot predict when those will happen, but you can manage your money so you don't lose as severely when they do.
How do I find you on fancred? Thanks. Search for Shafiq. I have a cred score of 57.
Makes sense, I will give it a try! Please let me know how it goes! i'd love to hear about it.
As a Cornhusker I am more than happy that was an upset! I wouldn't have cared if Nebraska scored a touchdown regularly, but that it happened on a mistake by the ref is what upset me a lot. I wish they could would have called it back. Nebraska could have easily scored the way MSU's defense was playing.
Will do, I will probably bet on football (soccer for you) matches though because that is what I have the most knowledge of. Do you mind sharing some of your knowledge? like what league do you watch the most of, what teams do you think are locks to win most of the time, and who do you think will come out on top?
The thing is that they can't recall a judgment call that should have gotten called on the field, there was another instance in Miami Duke But they could have reviewed whether he was out of bounds. And he definitely was.
So by this standard, If I give you $10,000 you'll make me a millionaire. Haha potentially! though i'm never comfortable dealing with anyone else's money. my friends would be really mad at me if i played $38k on the patriots and the redskins won.
I noticed its alot of money lines. Are you just betting your whole bankroll on the money line to these games? Each loss must be debilitating. I did up until the Real Madrid draw, but I still do it sometimes (see Patriots this weekend). Depends on how I feel. I call those "life savings bets."
Where's the almanac Biff? I was warned that if anyone asked me about it, I'd have to kill them.
How often do you cash out? Is this legal? Once a week. Yes it's legal (from my understanding).
Can I have some? Maybe. Depends on what your favorite song is on Pinkerton.
Falling for You, exclusively for that last guitar solo. Not El Scorcho. Not helping.
Great Scott! Biff is that you? Would you be my girlfriend even if I had a million dollars?
So basically get rich betting big on heavy favorites. cant knock the hustle We're taught not to do it because it doesn't make you money. I basically just proved all of that wrong.
Im on a terrible run. Help a fellow degenerate? Haha follow me on Fancred and you'll see my plays.
I don't believe you :D. Haha let me know what proof you need and I can provide it.
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