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At 4:30 eastern, the NFL Totals play is on the UNDER in the NYG at Dallas game, The Plays is backed with a 15-1 Under system that applies to divisional games and Turnovers. Dallas just mauled Minnesota and now have the #1 ranked scoring defense. They are 7 of 8 under after passing for 250+ yards and 6 of 7 at home. NY got caught in a classic trap game on Sunday against Detroit and have stayed under 6 of 8 after allowing 30 or more, 8 of 9 in November as well as 15 of 20 off 10+ point home loss. Look for this game to stay under. Rob V
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Thursday’s FREE WINNER: New York Giants.
1:30 PM PST/4:30 PM EST.
My friends, a lot of people out there feel that the New York Giants aren’t a very good football team. And I am here to tell you that a lot of people are wrong. If this team isn’t good, then why have they tallied a 7-3 record, one of the best in the NFL, and are sitting in second place in the very competitive NFC East? They’ve beaten some very good teams, including some playoff bound squads like the Tennessee Titans and the Baltimore Ravens. They possess a defense allowing just 20.4 points per game. And one of the most explosive rushing attacks in the NFL. Getting them off an embarrassing 31-18 loss at home against Detroit last week is going to further motivate them here as I feel they are in “bounce-back” mode. On the other hand, the Dallas Cowboys have won three of their last four, both straight up and against the spread. And come off a huge win against the then 8-1 Minnesota Vikings. Not just a win, but a 40-3 blowout victory in U.S, Bank Stadium. Well, I’m here to tell you I feel the Cowboys are overreaching a bit, overvalued a bit, and are due for a huge “letdown” this week. Dallas took down New York back at the end of September, 23-16 on the road. But that was back before the Giants started getting in sync and started to roll. Quarterback Daniel Jones is not flashy. But in this offense, he doesn’t have to be. He doesn’t make many mistakes either. Saquon Barkley is an outstanding ball-carrier. Look for him to bounce back after one of his poorest performances of the campaign. I think we can all agree as well, Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy is one of the worst head coaches making in-game decisions. There is no questioning Brian Daboll is the superior coach. This is the time of year when Dallas seems to falter a bit, as they are 2-5 ATS the last seven in the month of November. Meanwhile New York has done well as the weather gets colder and the season progresses, going 8-3 ATS the last 11 in the month of November. This is way too many points for the Cowboys to lay against a division opponent that knows them very well. Take the Giants. Thank you.
Thanksgiving Day Free NFL Pick: New York Giants +9
I'll take my chances with the Giants as a 9-point road dog against the Cowboys on Thanksgiving Day. I think we are seeing a big overreaction with the line based on what happened last week with these two teams. You had Dallas lay it on the Vikings in a 40-3 road win, while New York lost 18-31 at home to the Lions.
Factor that in with the books knowing this going to be a heavily bet game and the Cowboys such a public team when they are going well, there's no doubt in my mind this line has been inflated.
I know the Giants probably aren't as good as their 7-3 record, but this line basically suggest they don't deserve to be on the same field as the Cowboys. I just think given how New York has found ways to keep game close and win 7 games, this line at the most should be a touchdown, especially given that it's a division game.
Going back to the inflation that comes with Cowboys in big games. Dallas is just 1-10 ATS their last 11 games on Thanksgiving day. Cowboys are also just 5-16 ATS last 21 after a win by 28 or more points and have actually been outscored in this spot on average (22.2 to 21.8). Give me the Giants +9!
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FRANK’S CUTTING ROOM FLOOR FOR THURSDAY, 11/24:
My “Cutting Room Floor” plays are the situations I considered the closest to being worthy of investment but did not make the “final cut” for my official plays today for subscribers. The last play I cut for Thursday is with the New York Giants plus the points versus the Dallas Cowboys. New York (7-3) looks to rebound from a 31-18 upset loss to Detroit as a 3-point favorite on Sunday. The Giants have covered the point spread in 3 of their 4 games against teams with a winning record. And while the Cowboys average 136 rushing yards per game this season, New York has covered the point spread in 4 of their last 5 games against opponents who average at least 130 rushing YPG. Dallas (7-3) has won three of their last four games after a 40-3 win at Minnesota as a 1.5-point favorite last Sunday. The Cowboys generated 458 yards in that game — but they have failed to cover the point spread in 6 of their last 9 games after gaining at least 450 yards in their last game. Dallas has failed to cover the point spread in 4 straight games against teams with a winning percentage in the 60-75% range. Take the NY Giants plus the points. Best of luck — Frank.
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