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  1. #1 My Thursday night NFL football selection with in-depth and concise NFL football analysis to boot! 
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    I like the Giants plus the 16.5 football points caz they be good on Thursday night.

    Although the Pats are the much more gooder football team, it will be raining hard at times

    in Foxboro and that factor makes the football line rather wet IMO.


    The players will get wet too, which will have at least two advantages for the visiting Giants.


    First, they will feel gooder caz they can do pee pee into their football pants (caz, it will be hard to

    tell they did dat in the rain) and this will make them feel good and warm, and as a result, they will

    run easier caz, some of the Pats players' will not want to tackle them because of this disgusting

    behavior.

    Secondly, the football Giants have a few pranksters on their offensive line and they have been known

    to drop a duce or two. When day do dat, it opens up football holes for the players to run through,

    move the football clock, and can equal football points too. This stinky tactic will disgust several

    of the Pats players' on their defensive line, resulting in several of the pats players trying to flee, but

    they can be no escape!

    I believe these here factors will loom large in this here game, I can smell it!

    So, I am taking the Giants plus the 16.5 football points to win the football money!

    Play smart, have fun and enjoy the game!


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    Underdogs 5-0 on Thursday ats. Why not
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    I use to pee pee in my pants when I was whittle. Lol. GL
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    Giants NUMBER ONE back is out.
    Giants NUMBER TWO back is also out.

    So the Giants will go NUMBER THREE this week. This must be what you mean when you say that they will go number one and number two this week. Insightful, as always!
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    Quote Originally Posted by brendanjack View Post
    Underdogs 5-0 on Thursday ats. Why not
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    Quote Originally Posted by sunshine11 View Post
    I use to pee pee in my pants when I was whittle. Lol. GL

    BOL with your play and hope ya get da football money!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ex-erjaq View Post
    Giants NUMBER ONE back is out.
    Giants NUMBER TWO back is also out.

    So the Giants will go NUMBER THREE this week. This must be what you mean when you say that they will go number one and number two this week. Insightful, as always!
    Thank u and hope you win football money on your football selections!
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    I also like the football over at 41 football points caz that is not many football points in a football

    game when it be on the TV, even when the football be wet! Football fumbles and other football crap

    happens when the football be wet so, being anticipatory about da rain, I am taking the football over to

    win even more football money and be even more happy!

    Play smart, have fun and enjoy the game!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coldweather View Post
    I also like the football over at 41 football points caz that is not many football points in a football

    game when it be on the TV, even when the football be wet! Football fumbles and other football crap

    happens when the football be wet so, being anticipatory about da rain, I am taking the football over to

    win even more football money and be even more happy!

    Play smart, have fun and enjoy the game!


    Heavy rain will be in this region fr today till friday with wind speed fr 25 to 40 mph with gusting up to 50
    Good luck w your selection but w 2 backs out and sloppy wet field, you think they can run or long passing attack? only drop passes could work. Advantage point to ???
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    Thursday Night has generally been a home team cover festival until this year. But the Giants have typically been good road dogs. I want to play the Giants. I almost see a New England should cover and just give up late in the game situation. I think similar to Jets cover against Pats. Not Playing but good luck CW. Get that football money
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    Quote Originally Posted by 709 View Post
    Heavy rain will be in this region fr today till friday with wind speed fr 25 to 40 mph with gusting up to 50
    Good luck w your selection but w 2 backs out and sloppy wet field, you think they can run or long passing attack? only drop passes could work. Advantage point to ???
    Yes, I think the rain neutralizes the point spread of 16.5 football points in this here game, on the Giants side, and

    new members on a team play their best, when they have a opportunity to do so at times. Whoever they be, they

    will be fleet of foot and doggered and make a big difference in the rain. IMO! BOL with your selections and I hope

    you win the football money!
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    Quote Originally Posted by exploited17 View Post
    Thursday Night has generally been a home team cover festival until this year. But the Giants have typically been good road dogs. I want to play the Giants. I almost see a New England should cover and just give up late in the game situation. I think similar to Jets cover against Pats. Not Playing but good luck CW. Get that football money
    Thank you my friend. You make a great football point! Thank you.
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    [SIZE=4[SIZE=4]]Giants and over, in the rain, is the football play, in my opinion! ​BIG TIME! (
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    • The weather does not look pretty for Thursday night's Giants vs. Patriots matchup in Foxborough.
    • In addition to steady rain, heavy winds are expected inside of Gillette Stadium which should impact gameplay.
    • Below you'll find out how the nasty forecast is affecting betting odds, and how similar games have played out in the past.


    The Patriots’ formidable defense isn’t the only obstacle Daniel Jones and his depleted group of offensive weapons will have to deal with on Thursday Night Football in Foxborough. Instead, the horrendous weather forecast adds an extra layer of difficulty to the equation. It’s like making the jump from ‘Hardened’ to ‘Veteran’ when playing a Call of Duty campaign — not for the faint of heart. Winds are expected to be darn near close to 20 mph on average (including gusts up to 40 mph), with steady rain in the forecast, too. That’s a Nor’easter for ya. If it was 30 degrees colder, we could be looking at a couple of feet of snow during what will be an outright ugly 48+ hours of weather across Massachusetts.

    How has this impacted the betting lines? Well, as you may have guessed, the over/under has dropped.
    Historically, windy NFL games (10+ mph) have gone under 55.8% of the time per Bet Labs, including a 7-3 record this year. Most folks assume rain also leads to unders, but that’s tougher to quantify.
    There’s no real data that exists regarding rain because there’s no good way to define it. What’s the difference between a game with sprinkles throughout and a game that had a three-minute downpour?
    Are both considered “rainy” games?

    In fact, some people believe rain is good for the over because the wet, slippery ground makes it harder for defensive players to backpedal and keep up with receivers. Perhaps those folks will jump on the over now that the line has moved so much.
    Regardless of the weather, it’s safe to say New York could have some extra trouble scoring points vs. the Pats. Saquon Barkley (doubtful), Sterling Shepard (out), Evan Engram (questionable) and Wayne Gallman (out) maya ll miss the contest, leaving the young Jones with some lackluster options.

    ~Article by Mark Gallant~
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    Quote Originally Posted by MR.HARRYtheHAT View Post
    • The weather does not look pretty for Thursday night's Giants vs. Patriots matchup in Foxborough.
    • In addition to steady rain, heavy winds are expected inside of Gillette Stadium which should impact gameplay.
    • Below you'll find out how the nasty forecast is affecting betting odds, and how similar games have played out in the past.


    The Patriotsí formidable defense isnít the only obstacle Daniel Jones and his depleted group of offensive weapons will have to deal with on Thursday Night Football in Foxborough. Instead, the horrendous weather forecast adds an extra layer of difficulty to the equation. Itís like making the jump from ĎHardenedí to ĎVeteraní when playing a Call of Duty campaign ó not for the faint of heart. Winds are expected to be darn near close to 20 mph on average (including gusts up to 40 mph), with steady rain in the forecast, too. Thatís a Noríeaster for ya. If it was 30 degrees colder, we could be looking at a couple of feet of snow during what will be an outright ugly 48+ hours of weather across Massachusetts.

    How has this impacted the betting lines? Well, as you may have guessed, the over/under has dropped.
    Historically, windy NFL games (10+ mph) have gone under 55.8% of the time per Bet Labs, including a 7-3 record this year. Most folks assume rain also leads to unders, but thatís tougher to quantify.
    Thereís no real data that exists regarding rain because thereís no good way to define it. Whatís the difference between a game with sprinkles throughout and a game that had a three-minute downpour?
    Are both considered ďrainyĒ games?

    In fact, some people believe rain is good for the over because the wet, slippery ground makes it harder for defensive players to backpedal and keep up with receivers. Perhaps those folks will jump on the over now that the line has moved so much.
    Regardless of the weather, itís safe to say New York could have some extra trouble scoring points vs. the Pats. Saquon Barkley (doubtful), Sterling Shepard (out), Evan Engram (questionable) and Wayne Gallman (out) maya ll miss the contest, leaving the young Jones with some lackluster options.

    ~Article by Mark Gallant~

    Very nice Article. Thank you. BOL with your selection and hope you win the football money!
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    Wow CW nice handicapping . Never have I seen a write up that factored in the little known pee -pee and the duce aspects of game management.
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    Thurs. Dog 5-1 Straight Up.
    And, LAR 11 seconds, 4 quarters, any missed the kick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 709 View Post
    Heavy rain will be in this region fr today till friday with wind speed fr 25 to 40 mph with gusting up to 50
    Good luck w your selection but w 2 backs out and sloppy wet field, you think they can run or long passing attack? only drop passes could work. Advantage point to ???
    55% UNDERS in games with WIND of more than 10+ MPH.....
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    Ahh shit, man I needed a good laugh today. Thank you sir and BOL with your action. (
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    Quote Originally Posted by ex-erjaq View Post
    Giants NUMBER ONE back is out.
    Giants NUMBER TWO back is also out.

    So the Giants will go NUMBER THREE this week. This must be what you mean when you say that they will go number one and number two this week. Insightful, as always!
    yup… And Engram and Shepherd out as well. Going with the Boston College backup running back Hillman.
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