The Cards are a Good Value This Week

Adam Zdroik, Staff Writer November 16, 2012

The official lines that we will go off of can be found at the LVH site.

Last week was a mix bag of tricks, but a lot of the top handicappers came away with good numbers. The current leader sits at 33-15-2.

All In Kid

A 3-2 week, but a positive one nonetheless when the majority of pickers got skunked or only hit one. It was a rough go. Sneaking my way up back to .500!

Steelers +3.5
Byron Leftwich has done this before and he’s not half bad. Don’t see the Steelers being a 3.5 point dog at home.

Packers -3.0
Green Bay coming off a bye. Green Bay against a division rival they love to torch. Aaron Rodgers versus that Detroit secondary!

Jaguars +15.0
They stink; I know. Call me a glutton for picking any team with over a two-TD spread.

Redskins -3.5
The Skins have fought hard enough to have a better record. The Eagles don’t seem to want to fight and have now lost Michael Vick.

Cowboys -7.5
Dallas is headed in the right direction and could put some serious pressure on the Giants coming out of their bye with a big win. Oh, and the Browns stink.

The Cards are coming off a bye and have a solid defense.

Streak Master

That’s how much a bad week can hurt you late in the season. I got crushed last week with only one win. I decided to go against the numbers because I felt the Falcons and Lions had good chances to win, but alas, that was not the case. At this point, I have to hope for a 5-0 or some 4-1 weeks going forward.

Cardinals +9.5
A lot of the numbers point to Cardinals covering here and for good reason. The Falcons just lost a big game and the Cards are coming off a bye.

Colts +9.5
I know a lot of people are saying the Pats will want to show the Colts up, but I don’t think they are good enough to do that. Luck is playing awesome right now and should keep this game close.

Raiders +4.5
Brees on the road and on the west coast. I’ll take the Raiders here. They can score and are solid at home.

Steelers +3.5
Do the Ravens deserve to be 3.5-point favorites in Pittsburgh? No. I don’t care who their QB is, the Steelers won’t give this game away.         

Bears +4
I just don’t see it. Is Colin Kaepernick this good to get four points against the Bears? I doubt it. Jason Campbell is not a bad QB, plus he has Brandon Marshall on his side. The Bears will stay close.

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