Johnson, Stewart lead to big exacta in USFantasy
November 29, 2016 3:09 AM
by Alan Berg
One losing USFantasy week certainly didn’t last long.
Thanks to David Johnson and Jonathan Stewart I correctly predicted the EXACTA in Prop 3 and at $1 it paid $200.20.
Tyrell Williams also got our money back with a $6.80 SHOW price in Prop 4. Others were not so lucky but it brings my USFantasy picks to a winning total of $474.50 at only $1 exotics and $2 WIN/PLACE/SHOW bets. For example, this week I asked you to spend $30 and you cashed out for $207. Pretty nice bargain, if I do say so myself. So don’t forget to look for my column Saturdays on GamingToday.com.
Moving along to the other side of sports betting, I was only able to clip 2-2 so hopefully we can have a winning week in that department this time.
Last Week: 2-2
Chiefs-Falcons OV 49.5: At home the Falcons are just a different team, while the Chiefs play better D at home as they feed off the energy of Arrowhead Stadium. Look for Matt Ryan and the boys to put up at least 28 in this game, and because the Falcons D isn’t special KC should handle its side of things.
Lions-Saints OV 53.5: This game has that trap feel to it. The Lions defense has done a decent job, they haven’t allowed three touchdowns since Oct. 16. However, as I have said many times, the Saints can score on anyone. Shockingly New Orleans is only two back in the South so they still have plenty of fight left. Detroit will have to let the offense loose in this one.
Buccaneers-Chargers OV 47: I’m a little surprised by this total, this should be a fun shootout to watch. Winston is playing the best football of his young career even though he seems to have one “what was he thinking” play a game; he has so many more positive amazing plays. The Chargers aren’t out of this thing yet, either, and will want this one to get to 6-6.
SPREAD OF THE WEEK: Steelers -5.5: Sorry, I just don’t buy the Giants as a team sitting at 8-3. This is the first real offense they have played since the Redskins in Week 3. Steelers still have a shot at their division crown and have to keep pace; the Giants don’t need this game.