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Scott Spreitzer looks to sweep the Thanksgiving gridiron card. Grab his CFB THURSDAY KNOCKOUT GAME OF THE MONTH and his NFL Thursday Blockbuster (81-56 NFL run)! Sweep the card!
Matchup Selection W/L
NFL  |  Nov 27, 2014
Chicago Bears vs. Detroit Lions
47 ov-108
Play Type: Free

I'm recommending a play on the Over on Thursday.  While Detroit has been relying on their defense to stay in games, the job has become tougher with Nick Fairley sidelined.  The Lions are no longer getting to the opponent's QB and when Jay Cutler has time he can be dangerous.  In fact, the Bears are 4-0 when he doesn't thrown an interception.  I expect Chicago to test the Detroit defense, but I also expect the Lions' offense to find success with their fine receivers matched-up against a Bears' defense that ranks 28th in the league in passing yards allowed per contest. Chicago has allowed 31 points or more in four of their last six games and they're on a 20-7 Over run on the road.  The series has gone Over in four of the last five meetings in Detroit and we expect more of the same in this one.  I'm recommending a play on the Over between the Bears & Lions on Thursday.  Happy Thanksgiving and best of luck to us.  Scott Spreitzer.

Scott Spreitzer has action on one college gridiron side on Thanksgiving. It's his CFB THURSDAY KNOCKOUT GAME OF THE MONTH! Scott's side owns the value and he explains the added advantages in his analysis.  Make the move right here then rock the books on Thursday!

Pick released on Nov 27 at 03:49 am

Matchup Selection W/L
NCAA-F  |  Nov 27, 2014
TCU vs. Texas
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Play Type: Top Premium

I'm taking the points with the Texas Longhorns on Thursday night. I have to admit I'm slightly surprised with the way Charlie Strong has been able to hang onto this Texas team. At one point earlier this season, it was questioned as to whether or not the Longhorns would quit rather than buying-into what their taskmaster of a coach was selling. Well, they have bought-in. Texas has picked it up winning three straight games and four of their last five. The defense has been playing at a high level, holding their last three opponents to a total of 36 points, combined. QB Tyrone Swoopes has become an on-field leader, making great strides since being forced to take over the offense. The ground game is finding success and the receiving combo of Harris & Shipley has flourished in recent weeks. But most of all, the turnaround can be attributed to a defense that has allowed less than 10 TD passes on the season. TCU owns a terrific offensive attack, but you can throw on the Horned Frogs and let's not forget they allowed 61, 30, and 30 points again, in their last three road games against Baylor, West Virginia, and Kansas. Texas slammed the door on TCU in a 30-7 win last season. Obviously, TCU owns a better attack in 2014, but once again, I do believe they'll find some resistance from the Texas defense. Throw in an improving Longhorn offense, a susceptible TCU defense, and the added pressure on TCU to impress the playoff committee and I believe Texas is the right side. I'm grabbing the points with Texas, my Thursday Night Knockout. Thanks & GL! Scott Spreitzer.

Pick released on Nov 27 at 03:48 am

Matchup Selection W/L
NFL  |  Nov 27, 2014
Seattle Seahawks vs. San Francisco 49ers
Seattle Seahawks
Play Type: Premium

I'm backing the Seattle Seahawks on Thursday night. We have heard all week how important this game is for the 49ers, since they have to play in Seattle on December 14. We have also heard that Seattle expects to be without center Max Unger. But what most haven't said is that San Francisco is banged-up on defense. Quentin Dial will have to start at NT again this week with two other NT's injured. The depth chart is also being tested in the secondary and at LB with more injuries to overcome. The 49ers are also getting a lot of notice for their current three-game winning streak, which followed losses to Denver and St. Louis. The three wins came against New Orleans (in overtime), the Giants (by 6), and last weekend's 17-13 win over Washington. The offense has not been impressive and the three opponents are not exactly tearing up the NFL. Even the OT win over the Saints doesn't look too impressive after New Orleans has dropped three straight home games. While they'll need to, I don't believe SFO will get to Russell Wilson, after all, few defenses do. Meanwhile, Seattle's defense ranks 6th against the run, 3rd against the pass, and #1 in total yards allowed per game. Last week they were able to switch back to a 4-man rush with tight coverage, which forces QBs to hold onto the football longer than normal. As you can surmise, I am grabbing any available points with the Seahawks, who're on a 16-6 ATS run against teams with a winning record and a 5-0 ATS run in this series. Seattle, plus the points, my Thursday Blockbuster. Thanks & GL! Scott Spreitzer.

Pick released on Nov 27 at 03:47 am

Scott Spreitzer is now in his 18th year of handicapping and can currently be seen nationally on the Proline TV show, which airs on football weekends at 7 am ET on the USA cable network. Scott is the ONLY handicapper to advance to 3 straight finals in the Sunset Station Casino Invitational in Las Vegas. In fact, he's the all-time Sunset Station Casino Invitational's WIN CHAMPION! And what's most impressive about Scott's record is that it was compiled with a high volume of selections. Scott released over 500 NFL & college football plays in 5 seasons, and finished with an awesome 59% ATS winning mark, as documented by the Sunset Station Casino and the Las Vegas betting public. Besides being a champion handicapper, Scott co-hosted the legendary Stardust Line radio show for six years and was the weekly football analyst on the Pete Rose radio show. Scott has also hosted the ESportsDaily radio show, which aired in over 60 U.S. cities. Currently, Scott is the featured handicapper for numerous radio broadcasts around the country, and has interviewed a bevy of sports figures past & present.