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Tennessee at MIAMI (-14)

By Trace Adams, Featured Handicapper

Tight one on Sunday! The Bills raced out to the 14-0 lead and then hung on for dear life in their outright road win at Kansas City.

Hey man, offsides is offsides. Thems the rules KC.

Time to extend on Monday with another 1500♦ Raise the Bar winner.

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NFC Game of the Month

Packers at Giants - 8:15 ET

MATCHES Sunday's 1500♦ Winner
- Bills (+1) outright by 3 at Chiefs -

I have dominated Sundays, now it is time to dominate Mondays.

Green Bay visits New York, and I have your winner.

The spread in tonight's Titans-Dolphins game is straddling the 2 touchdown mark, and while that is a sh$t ton to lay, especially in a primetime game, I don't think you can play the 4-8 Titans whose lone win in their last 5 games comes against the lowly Carolina Panthers, especially since Tennessee has NOT won a road game this year - 0-6 this season which includes a loss to the Ravens in London, and 9 in a row dating back to last season.

Miami is right there in the mix for the overall #1 seed in the AFC and they have handled their business as the big chalk over the last pair of weeks away from home, besting the Commanders by 30 as the -9 point favorites last week, and the Jets by 21 the week prior as the -10 point favorites.

Mike McDaniel's team has covered 6 of 7 this year when laying -6 points or more this season, so do not let this BIG impost scare you away.

Will Levis has flattened out in his rookie season as the starter, as he has only 3 touchdown passes over Tennessee's last 5 games, and the Miami defense is only allowing 15.8 points per game over their last 5 games.

After being on the road the past couple of weeks, look for the Dolphins' 5-0 straight-up home mark and 4-1 against the spread home mark to improve with this beatdown of the going-nowhere Titans.


Tennessee (+14) at MIAMI

By Chris Jordan, Featured Handicapper

My $1 Bettors are up $26,445 since Feb. 5 after hitting losing my 1000♦ play on the Falcons.

I'm not playing NFL tonight, as I don't like the value in either game.

I do like a College Basketball game, and will go that route, since I've been winning on the hardwood.

Matching Saturday's 400♦ winner on Pepperdine, I have something 25% stronger on the non-conference clash between Quinnipiac and Yale.

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at this Site since 2016

$1 Bettors have made $49,220

$1 Bettors are up $26,445 since Feb. 5

College Basketball
Winner # 5 in a Row

Line Mistake Lock

Yale at Quinnipiac
7:00 Eastern

MATCHES my 500♦ College Hoops Winner # 4 in a Row
San Diego St-UConn Over by 3 1/2 points (4/3)

MATCHES my 500♦ College Hoops Winner # 3 in a Row
Utah Valley covering vs. UAB (3/28)

MATCHES my 500♦ College Hoops Winner # 2 in a Row
Miami, Fla. (+3') by 7 OUTRIGHT over Texas (3/26)

MATCHES my 500♦ College Hoops Winner
UConn (-4) by 15 over Saint Mary's (3/19)

AND 25% STRONGER THAN my 400♦ College Hoops Winner
Pepperdine (-5) by 6 over UC San Diego on Saturday

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My complimentary winner is the Tennessee Titans over the Miami Dolphins.

The Titans have lost four of their last five, but three of the losses came by seven points or less, including last week’s hard-fought 31-28 home loss to AFC South rival Indianapolis.

With the Titans on the verge of being eliminated from postseason consideration, they would love nothing better than to put a scare into conference foe Miami, which is 6-2 versus AFC opponents this season.

Tua Tagovailoa should be in the MVP chatter, as he ranks second in touchdowns thrown with 24, but he's tossed only five TDs to three interceptions over his last three games.

Despite their struggles to put points on the scoreboard (17.8 points per game, 25th), Tennessee faces Miami's top-ranked offense that comes in a bit beat up at the skill positions. Running backs Raheem Mostert (knee) and Devon Achane (ribs), and wide receiver Tyreek Hill (ankle), are all battling injuries. I know they're listed as probable for this one, but that doesn't mean they're not playing with injuries.

And defensively, the Dolphins may be at a slight disadvantage with safety Jevon Holland (knee, ankle) listed as questionable, while linebacker Jerome Baker is listed as out with a knee injury.

Miami won its last three, but they came against sub-.500 teams - Las Vegas (5-7), the New York Jets (4-8) and Washington (4-9).

I'm not convinced the Dolphins win this by two touchdowns.