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Thursday Night
AFC Total of the Year

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Cashed in with my 30 Dimer in the National League East on Monday night, as I told you the New York Mets would get it done for us in Philadelphia.

Cashed in with my 30 Dimer in the American League East on Tuesday night, as I told you the Toronto Blue Jays would get it done for us in Baltimore.

Gave a bit back with a 30 Dime loss on the Cubbies last night.

Now worries, tonight I'm looking to keep the betting week rolling with the total in tonight's NFL clash between the New York Jets and Cleveland Browns.

20 Dime
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Thursday Night AFC Total of the Year

Jets-Browns Over/Under

My long-term package holders should be content because they're up money. And truth be told, that's what I care about most - LONG-TERM PROFIT. As long as I am winning over the long haul, I am happy.

I love this showdown, and look to make some easy money here.

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Rating System

I use a weighted scale - ranging from 10 dimes to 100 dimes - to rate my releases.

 

It's simple and it tells you exactly how much I like one play versus another. 

 

Obviously a 50 dime play is twice as strong as a 25 dime play; five times stronger than a 10 dime release.


Now the key is basing the size of your bet on the percentage of your total bankroll available to be wagered on any given day.

 

So let's say you've got $100 to bet on Sunday in the NFL and I've got a 40 Dime play on the side and a 10 Dime release on a total. That's 50 dimes of action on the table versus $100 to invest. That means you've got $2 per dime to play ($100 divided by 50 dimes). So, you would wager $80 on my side selection and $20 on the total.


If I had to sum up my strategy in one sentence it would be this: I'm always trying to spot bad numbers and the worse the number - as in the bigger discrepancy between what I think it should be and what it actually is in Vegas - the bigger the play.

Who is Eric Schroeder?

My Dad took a job in Henderson, Nevada - a suburb of Las Vegas that's a 15-minute drive from the Strip - when I was in 9th grade. I don't think I was in school two weeks before a friend asked if I wanted to spend a $1 playing a football pool.


I was hooked.


You grow up out here, immersed in the gambling culture of Vegas, and you can't help to become "addicted" in one form or another. 


When you're in high school you watch a game and you know the spread. It's just the way it is. 


Throughout high school and college I listened to sports radio and one tout after another bragging about their "big games" available "absolutely free" every weekend. Always thought I could do better so while I was in college I started selling my picks online at a small site with two other friends. 


We didn't get rich (far from it), but for two years we had a ton of fun and made a nice little business for ourselves. One of the guys here at this site, Sean Michaels, saw our site and that led to an invitation to dinner to meet Steve Budin, which eventually got me an audition for Al DeMarco.


What did it take to get the job? Well, I for the first two weeks I had to send in my top play daily - with full analysis - by email by 11 AM Pacific. Then after that I was trained for a week on the site procedures and operations. Another week of loading my plays and doing a practice site every single day then followed.


So, 28 days later I finally got to make my debut and start my probationary period. But, trust me, it's worth it to have what I consider an opportunity of a lifetime to do something I absolutely love doing. 

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Cashed in with my 30 Dimer in the National League East on Monday night, as I told you the New York Mets would get it done for us in Philadelphia.

Cashed in with my 30 Dimer in the American League East on Tuesday night, as I told you the Toronto Blue Jays would get it done for us in Baltimore.

Gave a bit back with a 30 Dime loss on the Cubbies last night.

Now worries, tonight I'm looking to keep the betting week rolling with the total in tonight's NFL clash between the New York Jets and Cleveland Browns.

20 Dime
NFL Winner # 3 in a Row

Thursday Night AFC Total of the Year

Jets-Browns Over/Under

My long-term package holders should be content because they're up money. And truth be told, that's what I care about most - LONG-TERM PROFIT. As long as I am winning over the long haul, I am happy.

I love this showdown, and look to make some easy money here.

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In American League Central play tonight, the Cleveland Indians will crush the Chicago White Sox. The Cleveland Indians won 4-1 in Wednesday's meeting, as Oliver Perez earned his first win of the year. Tonight the pitchers won't matter.

IMPORTANT: As you know every single Run Line play and Total wager will automatically list the scheduled starting pitchers at the time of the wager. But with this game I am not concerned with who is pitching for either team tonight and want you playing this game on the Run Line regardless. That said, IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY to be sure you have action even if one of the pitchers scheduled to start is scratched, by betting the game over again in the event that takes place.

The White Sox have dropped their last three ballgames, and we're talking about an Indians team that averages 4.9 RBIs per game this season. One of the highest-scoring teams in the league, the Tribe averages 5.03 runs per game, ranking third in the league with a total of 761 runs scored.

That won't bode well against a White Sox team that has lost seven of 10, batting .207 and being outscored by 17 runs in that span, and sporting a rather high 4.23 ERA in those 10 contests.

Leading the charge tonight will be Francisco Lindor, who is hitting .281 with 173 hits and 35 home runs in 148 games this year for the Indians. More recently, Jason Kipnis has three home runs and 13 RBIs over his past 10 games for Cleveland.

Lay the run line with Cleveland.

5♦ INDIANS RUN LINE
Based on 1♦ to 5♦

A look ahead to College Football

New Mexico St. at UTEP (+3)

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Let's look at Saturday's college football matchup between the New Mexico State Aggies and Texas-El Paso Miners. Now, I get it, the Miners are bad. They are really bad. But they've also taken their lumps, and could very well be due for a win, if only they had the right patsy coming to Sun Bowl Stadium.

Enter the Aggies.

New Mexico State is 0-4. It has scored 7, 10, 13 and 25 points. The defense has allowed 29, 48, 60 and 42 points. That's an average final of  44.75-13.75. That's a difference of 31 points.

The Miners lost at home to Northern Arizona when the season opened, then lost consecutive road games at UNLV and Tennessee.

There is nothing pretty about the stats: the Miners rank 128 out of 129 with their offense, they ranks 103rd on D and they can't stop the run. But, there are some high points, like the defense that limits passing yards (ranking 21st in allowing 165.7), the red zone defense (ranking 33rd) and special teams that ranks 16th with kickoff returns.

But New Mexico State is not that much better - at all. The Aggies have the 126th ranked offense, and has the third-worst rushing offense, which gives UTEP a reprieve. The passing offense is 91st, so if the Miners are better at stopping the pass, that makes things easier.

The aforementioned Aggies' scoring defense is 126th in the country, while the red zone offense is 124th and time of possession is 122nd.

If the Miners are getting one win this season, it'll be in this game. They have Texas-San Antonio on deck, but it's at the Alamo. The schedule won't get any easier than this week.

Take the home pup.

4♦ UTEP
Based on 1♦ to 5♦

A look ahead to NFL

N.Y. Giants at HOUSTON (-6)

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You're going to hear this, accept it and like it: the Houston Texans might be the best 0-2 in the NFL, and they can still  make the playoffs. There, I said it.

And after consecutive road losses, the Texans are going to annihilate a legitimately bad New York Giants team on Sunday, earning their first win in what will be their home opener.

Houston lost at New England in the season-opener, then fell in Tennessee on Sunday. Average loss by five points.

But the Texans rank in the upper half of the league's defensive stats, overall, and boast one of the stingiest passing Ds in the league.

Many of Houston's problems center around mistakes, and they're correctable ones. Houston had 11 penalties for 88 yards in Sunday's 20-17 defeat against the Titans. That is fixable. Again, being at home finall will calm this team and bring the best of the players.

The Giants on the other hand, are just sad. They're 0-2 because they really do suck. Coach Pat Shurmur just doesn't seem to be in sync with his players, who looked out of sorts in Sunday night's 20-13 loss to the Dallas Cowboys.

Eli Manning was sacked six times and knocked to the ground even more. The already dismal offensive line will be worse after center Jon Halapio had his right lower leg and ankle broken in the second half. That is bad news for an offense that ranks 28th overall after two weeks, with just 289.5 yards per game. The Giants' 14 points per game is the third-lowest in the NFL.

The Texans will erupt and blast New York in this game.

2♦ TEXANS
Based on 1♦ to 5♦
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