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Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Cowboys and Vikings Meet in NFL Thursday Night Game



Dallas -3 over Minnesota (8:25 PM ET Thursday, December 1)

The Dallas Cowboys try for their 11th straight victory when they visit the Minnesota in the NFL’s Thursday night game Kick-off is set for 8:25 PM ET at U.S. Bank Stadium where the Cowboys are favored by -3. The total is 44. Dallas will clinch a playoff spot with a victory and either a loss by Washington or a loss or tie by Tampa Bay. 

Dallas (10-1, 9-2 SU) hasn't lost since the season opener and they can clinch a playoff spot with a victory and a New York Giants loss. The could be a bit weary after playing three games in 12 days.

Minnesota (6-5 SU & ATS) will also be playing for the third time in 12 days. They've been in a spiral since sprinting out to a 5-0 start. The Vikings have dropped five of their last six, including a 16-13 loss at Detroit on Thanksgiving Day to fall one game behind the Lions in the NFC Central. 



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Ezekiel Elliott is the league's leading rusher with 1,199 yards while fellow rookie Dak Prescott, who has 18 TD passes against only two interceptions and has posted a passer rating of at least 100 in nine of the last 10 games. Dallas ranks 31st in pass defense (280.4 yards) and has made only four interceptions.

Minnesota cornerback Xavier Rhodes has as many interceptions as the Cowboys and is part of a defense that ranks second in the league with 17.5 points allowed and paces the NFC with a plus-12 turnover differential. With a stagnant running game and an offense that has been limited to 16 points of fewer four times in the last six games, quarterback Sam Bradford is pushing for the coaches to open the playbook and take shots downfield. 


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Monday, November 28, 2016

NFL Monday Nighter: Packers Face Must Win vs. Eagles


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Rookie Carson Wentz and two-time MVP Aaron Rodgers will take center stage when the Green Bay Packers visit the Philadelphia Eagles. Both quarterbacks will be trying to keep their teams in the playoff chase when Wentz and the Philadelphia Eagles host Rodgers and the sliding Green Bay Packers on Monday night. Kick-off is for 8:30 PM ET at Lincoln Financial Field where the Eagles are favored by -4.5. The total is 47.

The Eagles have dropped five of seven since No. 2 overall draft pick Wentz led them to a 3-0 start, slipping into last place in the NFC East. Still, the Eagles are right on the heels of division rival Washington (6-4-1) for the final playoff spot in the conference and also own a 4-0 record at home, including victories over Atlanta and Minnesota in their last two at Lincoln Financial Field. 

The Packers are in the midst of a spectacular four-game slide during which they have allowed a staggering 153 points.

The Packers (4-6) defense has been MIA Following narrow losses to Atlanta and Indianapolis by a combined six points, Green Bay's defense has been carved up for 89 points by Tennessee and Washington in the first two stops of its three-game road trip.  Green Bay is hopeful that Christine Michael, claimed off waivers from Seattle, will be ready to bolster a sagging running game with a full week of practice. Rodgers continues to put up solid numbers with 15 TD passes and three interceptions in his last five games.




The Eagles (5-5) have gotten more than expected from Wentz especially given that he has no playmakers at wide receiver and has no running game to speak of. Wentz threw seven touchdown passes against one interception in his first four games, but those numbers have changed with four scoring tosses and six picks in the last six contests. Wentz has thrown for more than 238 yards just once in his last seven games, with wideout Jordan Matthews his favorite target with 53 receptions and three touchdowns. Ryan Mathews rushed for a season-high 109 yards and two touchdowns in a win over Atlanta on Nov. 13, but he injured his knee in last week's loss at Seattle and is not expected to play. Philadelphia has surrendered only 38 points in its four home games.

The Packers have won four of the last five meetings, including a 53-20 rout at Philadelphia two years ago. However they're just 1-4 on the road, 2-3 ATS.

Both teams are in desperate need of the win but we see Green Bay getting it done. Take the points and the Packers.

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