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I'm recommending a play on Arkansas State plus the points on Saturday afternoon. SMU put 36 points on the board against TCU last time out, but allowed 56. The Mustangs have allowed TCU and North Texas to complete 56 of 77, 73% of their passes, for 789 yards, with 7 TDs and just 2 INTs. The porous pass defense plays right into Arkansas State's strength, the passing game led by QB Justice Hansen. The ASU signal caller has completed 71% of his passes on the season, averaging over 385 yards per game with 8 TDs and only 2 INTs. And while Arkansas State was cruising to an easy 45-point win over Arkansas-Pine Bluff, SMU was suffering the tough emotional and physical loss to TCU. SMU's defense ranks 117th against the pass and 104th in total yards allowed per game. We had Arkansas State and cashed when they covered at Nebraska in their season opener. We'll recommend them again this week. Arkansas State plus the points. Thanks & GL! Scott Spreitzer.
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I'm grabbing the points with the 49ers on Thursday night. The Rams opened the season well with a win over the rudderless Colts who were playing their first game of the season without Andrew Luck, and even worse, with Scott Tolzien behind center. Things didn't go so well last week for the Rams when their run defense was torched for 229 yards on 5.8 yards per carry by the Redskins. We do believe SFO will be able to run the football after watching Carlos Hyde have his way with the tougher Seattle defense. Hyde ran for 124 yards on 15 carries. In fact, if SFO receivers hung onto the football, the Niners likely enter this one off a win over Seattle. Instead, SFO has scored just 12 points on four FGs in two games. But NFL teams are on a 34-11 ATS run if they scored less than 10 points in back-to-back games, averaging 24 ppg in those 45 contests. SFO is also on a 4-0 ATS run within the NFC West, while the Rams enter on a 1-8 ATS slide in their last nine games after last week's loss. I'm backing the Niners in a spot where I believe they'll find success on the ground. SFO plus the points is our Thursday Hammer. Thanks & GL! Scott Spreitzer.
Handicapper Review of Scott Spreitzer
Scott Spreitzer takes pride in his ability to do something most sports handicappers can’t. He puts out a high volume of action, and maintains a high winning percentage.
He is especially proud of going over 59% against the spread on 500 NFL and college football picks over 5 years. That’s not easy to do. He is also running with streak at or around 60% in college and NBA basketball, football, and NHL betting. He has also won five of his last six soccer picks.
Scott is also one of those handicappers who has a media profile on top of his handicapping profile. He appears as an NFL analyst on both radio and TV spots, and has interviewed a slew of sports personalities.
Of course, a sports handicapper who rides on his reputation alone isn’t the kind you want. So Scott has solid results to go along with his solid reputation. He has top 5 finishes in five different categories since 2012. His 2011-2012 season of capping basketball brought in over $2,500 profit on $100 bets.
And of course, in the here and now, Scott has streaks any capper would be proud of. His all sports streak is up at 56% (173-138), earning over $2,100 in just over 6 months.
That may not be knock-your-socks off profit, but it’s steady profit over a long period of betting. That’s what you want from a handicapper – someone who won’t let you down in the long run. Scott’s reliability makes him a solid choice for handicapping in just about any sport.
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