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Friday, December 21, 2012

Week 16 NFL Sunday Cash-In

 Week 16 NFL Sunday Cash-In
A look at the games you should be playing this weekend! Good luck everyone and happy holidays!

Week Record: 3-0-1

Minnesota (+8.5) at Houston
This game features the top two running-backs in the NFL.  Adrian Peterson has a chance to put himself in position to break Eric Dickerson's single season rushing record. No team has been able to stop him so far and while the Texans do sport one of the better defenses in the league, we expect a very motivated Peterson to still crack the 100+yd mark. The Vikings are 4-1-1 ATS past 6 as dog of 8+ points. The Vikings need this one if they are going to make the playoffs. With this game being dominated by the ground game it should stay relatively low scoring and close enough to cover spreads over a touchdown.

Miami (-4.5) vs. Buffalo
The Bills are really banged up. They have two, and only two, offensive threats in C.J. Spiller and Stevie Johnson. The Dolphins are hanging on to the slimmest of playoff hopes and must win out with some help from Cincinnati this weekend to even have a chance. Tannehill and the offensive showed some promise last weekend, albeit against a poor Jaguars team. If they can keep that momentum, and we would expect they will have plenty of motivation to do so, they should win easily.

New Orleans (+2.5) vs. Dallas
The Cowboys are 1-6 against the spread at home this season. December is here, which means it is only a matter of time before we see Romo and company complete their yearly collapse.  Saints have won 6 of their past 7 against the Cowboys since 1998. The Saints are 6-1 SU & ATS over the past 7 December games. One the other side the Cowboys 1-9 ATS in their past 10 home games. Nothing would make Drew Brees and company happier than to knock Dallas out of playoff contention. All signs point to New Orleans in this one.

Indianapolis (-7) vs. Kansas City
The Colts are 6-1 at home this season ATS. They have a chance to lock up a playoff spot and are facing a Chiefs team that failed to score against a poor Oakland team last weekend. The Raiders are just 1-6 on the road this season and have little left to play for. Expect the Colts to roll by double digits.


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