Vic Monte – Titans vs Patriots – Free Selection



Titans at Patriots OVER 48

I am making a small play tonight on the OVER 48 in the Titans/Patriots Divisional Round Playoff Game. One of the keys to the Pat’s success is shutting down their opponents top weapon & make someone else beat you. For the Tennessee Titans their top weapon is their running game. I fully expect the Patriots will stack with the box with 8 & let Marcus Mariota beat them. MM was solid against a solid Chiefs defense, Throwing 19/31, 205 Yards, 2 TD & 1 INT. If anything he has a recent feel for being in a hostile road environment & leading a comeback. My point is the Titans will get their points against the Patriots defense, throwing the ball!

The Patriots will of course get their points. If Tennessee jumps out to an early lead that would set the table for an easy OVER cover tonight. Patriots put up 63 points in their last 2 games of the season, must win games. Their offense is playing well & Should have no problem dropping 30 plus points tonight.

To me both of these offense are primed for a long pass filled game, that will easily eclipse the total of 48 points. TITANS/PATRIOTS OVER 48


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Service Name  Selections Documented Records
AJ APOLLO

(3* – 7*)

 3* FALCONS UNDER 58.5 (NCAAF 30-33)

(NFL 32-26 )

ARTHUR RALPH
(CLUB PLAYS)
GOLD KEY -NEW ENGLAND-3 (NCAAF 69-66)

(NFL 35-33)

ASA 

(3* – 10*)

400* UNDER PATRIOTS (NCAAF 36-42)

(NFL 25-29)

BANKERS SPORTSWIRE (NCAAF 22-17)

(NFL 11-17)

BIG MONEY
(TOP PLAYS)
PATRIOTS (NCAAF 21-17)

(NFL 18-20)

BEN BURNS

(6* -10*)

MAIN EVENT – FALCONS

TOTAL OF THE MONTH – UNDER

(NCAAF 11-12)

(NFL 10-11)

BOBBY CASH

(5* – 20*)

5* PATRIOTS (NCAAF 21-25)

(NFL 16-27)

BRANDON LANG
(20* – 300*)
150 DIME – NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS -3

 

PROP BETS:

Coin Toss – Tails

National Anthem – Over

Total first downs by the Patriots..Over 23 1/2

LeGarrette Blount to score a TD in first half +160

Patriots to convert a 4th down +135

Opening kick off is a touchback -200

Will either team make a field goal in the first quarter….Yes -120

There will be a roughing the passer penalty +120

First touchdown scored Julian Edelman 8/1

Super bowl MVP…..LeGarrette Blount

(NCAAF 11-13)

(NFL 15-18)

BRAD WILTON

(20* – 100*)

100 DIME – FALCONS (NCAAF  13-10)

(NFL 6-13)

COWTOWN SPORTS
(1* – 3*)
2* PATRIOTS (NCAAF 18-18)

(NFL 14-25)

DEREK SHARP
(Club Plays)
 SECURE SPREAD – FALCONS (NCAAF 22-24)

(NFL 23-25)

DAVE COKIN
(Club Plays)
(NCAAF 53-39)

(NFL 15-17)

DOCS SPORTS
(1* -5*)
(7*)NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (NCAAF 42-40)

(NFL 31-26)

DOLPHIN

(2* -5*)

3*FALCONS (NCAAF 12-11)

(NFL 15-9)

DR. BOB

(1*-5*)

 FALCONS UNDER (NCAAF 17-17)

(NFL 30-21)

END ZONE
(TOP PLAYS)
PATRIOTS (NCAAF 15-21)

(NFL 16-18)

ER SPORTS
(10-20*)
(NCAAF 11-12)

(NFL 12-6)

EXECUTIVE

(100-600%)

250% PATRIOTS (NCAAF 10-18)

(NFL 10-12)

EXPERT

(TOP PLAYS)

FALCONS (NCAAF 23-15)

(NFL 18-20)

FINAL SCORE
(TOP PLAYS)
PATRIOTS (NCAAF 26-18)

(NFL 19-17)

FRANK MAGLIOSA
(TOP PLAYS)
1.5* UNDER59 (NCAAF 26-24)

(NFL 30-18)

GAMEDAY

(BILLY HILTON)

(3* – 5*)

(2*)ATLANTA FALCONS
(2*)ATLANTA FALCONS UNDER
(NCAAF 47-33)

(NFL 23-24)

GATOR
(3* – 5*)
3*FALCONS (NCAAF 11-13)

(NFL 13-10)

GOLD KEY
(40* – 100*)
40* OVER FALCONS (NCAAF 25-17)

(NFL 20-12)

GUARANTEED
(4* – 5*)
4* UNDER PATS (NCAAF 20-11)

(NFL 14-20)

HARRY BONDI
(3*-10*)
(3*)NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (NCAAF 43-37)

(NFL 34-30)

INSIDE INFO
(1*- 3*)
3* NEW ENGLAND (NCAAF 13-18)

(NFL 17-18)

JACK JONES

(15* – 25*)

25* UNDER PATRIOTS (NCAAF 52-40)

(NFL 32-40)

JEFF BENTON
(10*-200*)
(NCAAF 1-1)

(NFL 2-0)

JEFFERSON SPORTS
(TOP PLAY)
(NCAAF 6-2)

(NFL 0-0)

KELSO STUERGON

(10* -100*)

(300*)ATLANTA FALCONS
(100*)ATLANTA FALCONS UNDER
(NCAAF 25-19)

(NFL 32-14)

LATE INFO
(25*-100*)
25* FALCONS (NCAAF 17-18)

(NFL 22-16)

LENNY STEVENS

(1*-10*)

20* FALCONS (NCAAF 39-41)

(NFL 44-52)

LT PROFIT

(1*-5*)

3*NEW ENGLAND (NCAAF 35-30)

(NFL 33-32)

LV SPORTS

(10*-20*)

10* OVER 57 (NCAAF 27-28)

(NFL 29-21)

MADDUX SPORTS

(10*- 20*)

10* NEW ENGLAND

10* UNDER

(NCAAF 68-62)

(NFL 35-24)

MASTERS EDGE
(50*- 200*)
50* FALCONS (NCAAF 24-15)

(NFL 19-15)

MIKE NERI

(3* – 5*)

5* PATRIOTS

4* UNDER PATRIOTS

(NCAAF 25-29)

(NFL 17-10)

MILLIONAIRE CLUB

(1* – 3*)

2* UNDER PATRIOTS (NCAAF 20-16)

(NFL 14-18)

NATIONAL SPORTSLINE
(3* – 20*)
10* FALCONS (NCAAF 18-21)

(NFL 19-14)

NORTHCOAST

(3* – 5*)

  • Marque: Julio Jones UNDER 98.5 Receiving Yards @ -110
  • Marque Double: Longest Field Goal OVER 45.5 @ -130
  • Marque: Deion Jones (Falcons) OVER 6.5 Tackles @ -125
  • Marque Double: Dion Lewis (Patriots) UNDER 39.5 Rushing Yards
  • Marque: Matt Ryan (Falcons) will have more Passing Yards in 2nd Half @ -130
  • Marque: Highest Scoring Half: 2nd @ -105
  • Marque: Falcons will have MORE than 3.5 Players with Rushing Attempts @ -130
  • Marque Double: Largest Lead of Game will be UNDER 16.5 points @ +110
  • Marque Double: Will Tom Brady throw a TD pass in 3rd Quarter? YES @ -120
  • Marque Triple: Total Net Yards will be UNDER 847.5 @ -110
  • Marquee: LaGarrette Blount (Patriots) OVER 60.5 Total Rush Yards @ -110
  • Marquee Triple: Matt Bryant (Falcons) OVER 1.5 Total Made Field Goals @ -120
  • Marquee Double: Will Matt Ryan (Falcons) Throw an Interception? YES @ +110
  • Marquee: Will There Be A 2-PT Conversion Attempt? YES @ +180
  • Marquee: Logan Ryan (Patriots) UNDER 6.5 Tackles (Sacks DO NOT COUNT) @ -120
  • Marquee Double: Martellus Bennett (Patriots) OVER 38.5 Total Receiving Yards @ -110

 

2* NEW ENGLAND-3

NCAAF 62-55)

(NFL 37-35)

OTTO SPORTS

(10*-20*)

10* PATRIOTS (NCAAF 14-8)

(NFL 8-11)

PANAMA CITY SYSTEMATICS
(3* – 5*)
4* PATRIOTS (NCAAF 34-21)

(NFL 28-22)

PAUL LEINER
(25* – 2000*)
3000* PATRIOTS (NCAAF 31-24)

(NFL 27-12)

POINTWISE
(1* – 5*)
(2*)ATLANTA FALCONS (NCAAF 83-82)

(NFL 58-55)

PREFERRED PICKS

(3* – 5*)

(4*)NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (NCAAF 34-30)

(NFL 16-23)

PRIME STAR
(1* – 5*)
4* FALCONS (NCAAF 13-18)

(NFL 15-18)

REED HARRIS

(1* – 3*)

2* FALCONS (NCAAF 20-17)

(NFL 26-12)

RENO TOTALS

(5* – 10*)

 

5* UNDER 59 (NCAAF 18-29)

(NFL 16-25)

SKY BLUE

(1*-5*)

PATRIOTS (NCAAF 19-24)

(NFL 17-18)

SPORTS ADVISOR
(3* – 10*)
3*UNDER 59 (NCAAF 14-16)

(NFL 13-21)

SPORTS AUTHORITY
(1* – 3*)
2* UNDER PATRIOTS (NCAAF 20-23)

(NFL 20-14)

SPORTS NETWORK

(TOP PLAYS)

FALCONS +7.5 (NCAAF 15-15)

(NFL 17-9)

SPORTS UNLIMITED

(3* -25*)

5* FALCONS (NCAAF 33-22)

(NFL 20-30)

STEVE BUDIN

(20* – 500*)

(NCAAF 6-10)(NFL 12-6)
STEVE FEZZIK

(TOP PLAYS)

FALCONS UNDER 59

 

shortest td under 1.5 -160

No OT -1000

ATL to have longest kickoff return -145

ATL +.5 1st quarter -155

ATL more first downs +100

Gabriel over 50.5 yards

(NCAAF 27-24)

(NFL 23-16)

STEVE MERRIL

(TOP PLAYS)

(NFL 2-0)

(NCAAB 4-6)

SUN BELT SPORTSWIRE
(1* – 10*)
3*OVER 59 (NCAAF 17-22)

(NFL 12-14)

TEXAS INSIDER
(25* – 100*)
50* PATRIOTS (NCAAF 11-10)

(NFL 10-11)

TEXAS SPORTSWIRE

(3* -5*)

2* FALCONS (NCAAF 36-28)

(NFL 13-11)

TRACE ADAMS

(100*-2000*)

(NCAAF 17-12)

(NFL 9-9)

TJ FILLINGHAM

(7*-10*)

7* FALCONS (NCAAF 39-21)

(NFL 23-18)

UNDERDOG

(TOP PLAYS)

PASSING (NCAAF 9-8)

(NFL 4-5)

VEGAS PIPELINE

(10* – 20*)

10* OVER 58 (NCAAF 14-21)

(NFL 17-14)

VEGAS STEAM

(3* – 15*)

5* UNDER 59 (NCAAF 28-12)

(NFL 15-17)

VEGAS HIGH ROLLERS
(50* – 100*)
50* NEW ENGLAND MONEYLINE (NCAAF 21-14)

(NFL 19-12)

WILDCAT

(1*-10*)

PASSING (NCAAF 31-19)

(NFL 12-12)

WIZARD

(TOP PLAYS)

UNDER 59 PATRIOTS (NCAAF 13-18)

(NFL 18-10)

WORLD WAGER
(REG – TOP)
PATRIOTS (NCAAF 30-15)

(NFL 19-22)


 

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Brett Favre ~ Greatest of All Time?

NCAA Game of the Month with a Crazy GuaranteeClick To TweetIs Brett Favre the Greatest QB of All Time? That is a great question for debate! Terry Bradshaw, Bob Griese , Bart Star, John Elway, Joe Montana, Dan Marino, Peyton Manning or Mr Brett Favre.

Favre holds so many NFL passing records already. Most career completions, Most career passing yards, Most 3,000 yard passing seasons, Longest pass completion (99 yard Touchdown) & the most lifetime touchdowns! Favre lead the NFL in Touchdowns in 4 Seasons, the only other players to do it 4 times in their careers, Johnny Unitas, Len Dawson and Steve Young! Favre also holds the NFL All time consecutive starts streak! Now the Cal Ripken of Football could also have Hank Aaron numbers. With 1, maybe 2 games left in the season Brett Favre has his entire career riding on this weekend’s games!

If Favre can win the Superbowl this season he would become the only NFL QB to win a Super Bowl after the Age of 40. He would also become the first QB to Win Super Bowls with 2 Different teams! If Favre can accomplish the feat, the 3 time NFL MVP may solidify his place as the Greatest QB in NFL History! All eyes will be on Brett Favre this weekend. So many sports reporters said this guy was finished after struggling down the stretch last season for the Jets. Last week’s performance against Dallas proved to me that Favre is still in the Prime of His Career! Brett Favre has been in 2 of the last 3 NFC Championship games & had the Jet’s sitting at 8-3 last season before the elbow injury. This man can still play and all the fathers out there should spend the time on Sunday explaining to their Kid’s just how Great Brett Favre Really is!

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How to Bet on Sports. The Right Way.

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Money Management in Sports Betting

In order to be successful at sports betting, it’s important to have good money management skills. These set of skills are more commonly referred to as bankroll management. In this context, the term bankroll simply refers to an amount of money that’s allocated for betting.

One of the biggest mistakes that most aspiring bettors make is ignoring bankroll management altogether. Even recreational gamblers should ideally have at least some plan for how to manage their money when betting. This is a necessity for anyone serious about making consistent profits.

The purpose of this page is to emphasize the importance of bankroll management, in hopes that you will take it seriously. It also provides some advice for how to manage your money properly, and gives details on the various staking plans available to help with this.

By taking into consideration all the information we have provided for you and by following all the advice we offer, you will significantly increase your chances of making a profit.

Why Bankroll Management is Important

Most people who bet on sports lose money. That’s an irrefutable fact, and one that leads many people to believe that sports betting was made for suckers. It’s not quite that straightforward though. It can actually be profitable with the right approach. It’s true that the bookmakers have the advantage of being able to set the odds with a built in profit margin, but this advantage can be overcome. In fact, there are many smart bettors who regularly and consistently overcome it.

So, if the bookmakers’ edge doesn’t prevent the possibility of making money from sports betting, there’s a big question to consider.

WHY do most sports bettors lose money?

There are actually several reasons why most sports bettors lose money. For starters, the majority of them simply don’t put in the necessary time and effort. The bookmaker’s edge CAN be overcome, but only with a great deal of hard work and commitment. Just being a big sports fan isn’t enough; there’s far more to successful betting than that. You absolutely need to understand the concept of value for starters, and you need to learn about the various betting strategies that can be used too.

Many people who put in the necessary time and effort still lose money though, even if they have a fundamental understanding of value and employ good strategies. One reason for this is that they don’t practice good bankroll management. Believe it or not, a lack of bankroll management is one of the single biggest reasons why so many bettors lose money.

You see, having a proper bankroll enables you to make more educated betting decisions. When a specific amount of money is set aside solely for betting purposes, that money becomes nothing more than a tool for betting. This is how you should view it. The focus should not be on how much you might win or lose per se, but rather on trying to make good selections for the right reasons. This is a lot easier to do when you’re practicing good bankroll management.

It also helps prevent you from making the following two mistakes.

  • Betting too much.
  • Chasing losses.

Betting too much can be a very damaging mistake, and yet it’s a very common one. Everyone has a finite amount of money, and losing too much of it through betting can lead to all kinds of problems. There’s always the possibility of losing your entire bankroll, but even those who can easily afford their losses can still be affected. For instance, they might get disheartened and stop betting completely, before having a chance to improve their skills to a level where they can make a profit. They might even abandon what would have been a winning approach, because it costs them too much money in the short term.

We should point out that NO-ONE picks winners all the time, not even the very best and most successful bettors. Remember that no strategy is perfect. Long-term winning strategy can be quite unsuccessful over a short period of time if there’s a run of unexpected results. By betting sensibly, a bettor won’t lose too much when those bad runs do occur and they will hopefully be able to benefit from sound strategies over time. Betting too much, however, can make a bad run very expensive. This is precisely why you should avoid doing that.

You absolutely shouldn’t chase losses either. This is another mistake that’s both damaging and sadly all too common. It would probably be fair to say that most gamblers have, at some point, chased their losses, and very few of them have done so with positive results. In fact, chasing losses almost always ends in disaster. Many gamblers learn this the hard way and choose to never do it again. Unfortunately, a lot of gamblers repeatedly make the same mistake, staking more and more money in an attempt to recoup losses.

Chasing losses can manifest itself in different ways. A bettor may stop trusting their judgment and just place wagers that they feel are safe, regardless of whether or not there’s any value in them. Alternatively, they may start placing wagers at really high odds in an attempt to win everything back in one hit. The most common way people chase their losses is by increasing their stakes. This is basically the same as betting too much and will invariably lead to the same problem: running out of money.

Key Points to Remember

  • Poor bankroll management is one of the main reasons why so many bettors lose money.
  • Having a proper bankroll allows you to focus on making quality decisions.
  • Good bankroll management prevents you from betting too much and chasing losses.

Bankroll Management Explained

Bankroll management is actually very simple, in theory at least. Its purpose is to reduce your chances of going bust, and to ensure that you’re able to withstand runs of bad luck without running out of money. Hopefully, this will increase your chances of winning money, as you’ll have the time to develop and adjust your strategies.

The basic idea of bankroll management is to define and follow a set of rules that determine how much to stake on any given wager. These rules should be based on your overall budget, the way you bet, and your betting goals. We go into detail about how to establish these rules later on.

First, though, we should point out that good bankroll management requires strong discipline. Learning how to manage your money correctly is one thing, but actually doing it is more challenging. There’s little benefit in being disciplined 90% of the time if you lose self-control the other 10% of the time. The damage can still be done.

By setting a few rules about how much you’re going to stake, it becomes easier to maintain self-control. Just make sure that you do stick to them all of the time, even when it’s tempting not to.

Please Note

This might be obvious, but we’re going to mention it anyway. Bankroll management is an important skill to master, for reasons we’ve already outlined, but you still need to be able to make good selections to be successful. If you end up losing almost every wager you place, it may be time to consider if sports betting is right for you. If you decide to continue, betting purely for entertainment, remember that bankroll management still matters. It will help you stretch your bankroll and allow you to be entertained longer.

Advice for Managing Your Money

Although there’s no single, correct way to manage your bankroll, there are some guidelines that need to be followed.

The first step is to set aside a sum of money that can specifically be used for betting purposes. This needs to be something you can afford, but the actual amount is up to your discretion. This money should be used exclusively for betting, and it needs to be something you’re willing to live without if you do happen to lose it all. In a best case scenario, these funds will be separated from your day to day funds; although this isn’t necessary as long as you’re keeping accurate records of how much you’re winning and losing.

Once you’ve decided the size of your bankroll, the next step is to decide the size of what’s known as a base betting unit. This is simply the amount you feel comfortable staking on any given wager. The most common suggestion is to choose an amount that’s between 1-5% of your overall bankroll.

We typically advise against going beyond 2%. You should only go higher than this if you are comfortable with the increased level of risk or if you tend to back mostly big favorites. You should definitely be at 1% (or even lower) if you tend to back longshots. This amount should vary depending on what your betting goals are. For example, if your plan is to aggressively grow a bankroll as quickly as possible, a higher percentage might be the better option.

The next decision regards which staking plan to use. The term staking plan is just another way to describe the set of rules regarding how much to stake. These plans can be broadly divided into two distinct categories; fixed plans and variable plans.

Fixed Staking Plans

A fixed staking plan is the best option for beginners in our opinion, and it’s also the simplest. There are two main types of fixed staking plan, and they are as follows.

  • Level Staking
  • Percentage Staking

With level staking, you stake the exact same amount for every wager. This would usually be one single betting unit, which is calculated based on your starting bankroll.

Example

Your starting bankroll is $1,000, and you set the size of a betting unit at 2%. 2% of $1,000 is $20, which becomes the amount you stake on ALL wagers.

The principle is largely the same for percentage staking. You would again stake a single betting unit for each wager, but this would be calculated based on your current bankroll.

Example

Your starting bankroll is $1,000, and you set the size of a betting unit at 3%. 3% of $1,000 is $30, so this becomes the amount you stake on your first wager. If it loses, your bankroll would now be $970. So for the next wager you would stake 3% of $970.

Variable Staking Plans

Variable staking plans are more complicated, but they are worth considering. With these, you adjust the number of units staked on each wager based on the following criteria.

  • Confidence Level
  • Potential Return
  • Previous Results
  • Expected Value

For example, with a staking plan based on confidence level you might stake anywhere from half a betting unit (when you’re not confident about a wager’s chance of success) up to three betting units (when you’re very confident about a wager’s chance of success). With a staking plan based on potential return, your stakes would vary depending on the odds of a wager. Higher odds would mean lower stakes, and lower odds would mean higher stakes. The aim would basically be to win roughly the same amount each time.

Staking plans based on previous results involve increasing or decreasing stakes depending on whether previous wagers have won or lost. Increasing your stakes is an attempt to recover previous losses, while decreasing your stake is an attempt to accelerate bankroll growth. We don’t like either approach and suggest avoiding these types of plans.

There’s a specific staking plan that’s most widely used for betting on expected, and it’s known as the Kelly Criterion. It uses a specific formula to calculate your stakes for each wager. Even though many bettors use this plan, there are still a great deal of betters that believe it serves no real purpose. For more information on this, please read our explanation of how to use the Kelly Criterion staking plan.

Summary

As you can see, managing a betting bankroll doesn’t have to be particularly complicated. You just have to establish a clear set of rules for determining how much to stake on each wager, and then stick to those rules. That takes discipline, but with the right level of willpower it can become second nature.

If you do stick to the rules and practice good bankroll management, then you should hopefully be able to avoid going bust. By only ever staking a percentage of the money you have to bet with, you should be able to ride out any bad losing streaks. We recommend making reckless bets to chase losses, and resist the temptation to increase stakes when things are going well.

Good bankroll management in conjunction with the ability to make good selections provides you with the best possible chance of making a profit in the long run.

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