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NFL  |  Dec 21, 2014
New England Patriots vs. NY Jets
New England Patriots
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The Patriots and the Jets played a close one at New England back on October 16th. New England (-9') slipped past New York 27-25. Rest assured, this contest won't come down to the wire. Head coach Bill Belichick knows his troops must win out in order to obtain home field throughout the playoffs and that is exactly what quarterback Tom Brady and Company are going to do.

When coming off a division game, New England has been at its best posting a solid 58-12 SU and 47-21-2 ATS record in its last 70 games. In this role as a guest or at a neutral site, the Patriots improve to a rewarding 19-3 SU and 18-4 ATS including a juicy 17-0 SU and 15-2 ATS provided their opponent is not undefeated. Finally, after battling Miami, the Pats have been lights out in their next contest notching a tremendous 20-3 SU and 17-5-1 ATS mark.

Off a rare straight up win at Tennessee, New York will have its hands full in the Big Apple on Sunday. The Jets are a dismal 2-11 SU and 4-8-1 ATS in their last 13 games and they're catching the Patriots at the peak of their game right now. In addition, in a last home game setting coming off a non-division battle, New York owns a soft 4-13 SU and ATS mark. Finally, at home checking in off two or more on the road, the Jets have crash landed notching an ugly 9-14 SU and 6-16-1 ATS record including a woeful 0-5 SU and ATS mark in this role facing a foe that holds a won/loss percentage of .501 or better.

Jets head coach Rex Ryan would love to win his final battle against the Pats. Unfortunately, New York doesn't have the talent on either side of the ball to get that done. Take New England. Thank you and best of luck, Tom Stryker.

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NFL  |  Dec 21, 2014
Green Bay Packers vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
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Off last Sunday's 21-13 loss at Buffalo and now off back-to-back pointspread losses, Green Bay won't hold anything back when it visits Tampa Bay on Sunday. The Packers are fighting for the NFC North title and the possibility of home-field advantage throughout the NFC Playoffs and this victory is essential to keep both of those goals alive.

When coming off a straight up loss, the Cheeseheads have been at their best posting a solid 22-5-1 SU and 18-9-1 ATS record including a profitable 17-4-1 SU and 16-5-1 ATS provided their foe owns at least one straight up win. Equally impressive, against sub .250 opponents, the Packers are a reliable 27-6-1 SU and 21-13 ATS.

Even though head coach Lovie Smith has Tampa Bay headed in the right directions, the Bucs are still a woeful 13-43 SU and 23-32-1 ATS in their last 56 games. In this role facing a foe that enters off a straight up loss, Tampa slips to a woeful 6-20 SU and 9-17 ATS including a jaw-dropping 3-18 SU and 4-17 ATS provided the Buccaneers enter off a straight up loss as well.

If you want to compete with the Packers, you need to be able to put points on the board. The Bucs are ranked 30th in total offense averaging only 305.9 yards per game and they simply can't do that. The Cheeseheads have posted an average of 31.1 points and 383.6 yards per game and they'll be anxious to get their high-octane attack going after last week's dismal effort. Take Green Bay.

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NFL  |  Dec 21, 2014
Atlanta Falcons vs. New Orleans Saints
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In order to win the NFC South title, New Orleans needs to beat Atlanta and hope that Cleveland can get by Carolina on Sunday. Off Monday's impressive road win in the Windy City, the Saints will do their part and dominate the Falcons.

At home in this series, quarterback Drew Brees and the boys have strolled to an impressive 9-2 SU and 7-4 ATS record in the last 11 meetings. When you consider that New Orleans owns a shocking 0-4 SU and ATS record in its last four games at home, you have to believe that the Saints will want to close out their home schedule with this important win and cover. In its last 58 games inside the Superdome, NO holds a solid 43-15 SU and 37-20-1 ATS mark including a sweet 27-10-1 ATS mark in this spot priced as an underdog or a favorite of -7.5 or less.

Atlanta checks into this division war with a 10-23 SU and 14-19 ATS record in its last 33 battles and off back-to-back straight up losses to Green Bay and Pittsburgh. The road hasn't been kind to the Falcons either. Hotlanta is an ice cold 2-12 SU and 4-10 ATS in their last 14 on foreign soil including a stiff 2-10 SU and ATS priced as a favorite or an underdog of +9 or less.

Back on September 7th, the Falcons (+3) upset the Saints at home 37-34. As an underdog or a favorite of -2 or less, Atlanta is a dismal 2-16 SU and 2-15-1 ATS provided they are going into revenge including a jaw-dropping 1-11 SU and 0-12 ATS in this set going into revenge. Hotlanta is in trouble. Take New Orleans. Thank you and best of luck, Tom Stryker.

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NFL  |  Dec 21, 2014
Baltimore Ravens vs. Houston Texans
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Baltimore, Pittsburgh and Cincinnati all have a shot at the AFC North crown but it will be imperative for all three of those teams to win out. Last Sunday, the Ravens went through the motions against a soft Jaguars bunch. In crunch time and with an important division home game against Cleveland on deck, the Black Birds will get the job done.

Houston comes into this game with a 7-7 SU record and off a tough loss at Indianapolis. With a home game against the Jaguars on deck, the Texans would love to pick up the victory here and have a shot at finishing the regular season with a 9-7 SU record. In theory, that sounds nice but it’s not going to happen. Since 1980, NFL game 15 hosts that sport a .500 mark (7-7 SU) are a pitiful 22-46-6 ATS. If our “play against” host enters off a straight up loss, this late-season situation drops down to a woeful 10-28-4 ATS. That spells trouble for Houston.

Baltimore has been at its best when lined up against teams that are struggling too. In fact, when facing a non-division foe that enters off a straight up loss, the Ravens own a respectable 110-63-2 SU and 101-74 ATS record. In this spot coming off an ATS loss, the Black Birds improve to a solid 49-28 ATS including a stunning 27-7 ATS if their opponent was on foreign soil last. Please note: In that last tightener, head coach John Harbaugh’s men are a golden 10-0 SU and ATS in their last 10 tries.

Injuries to Ryan Fitzpatrick and Tom Savage have left the Texans with a serious hole behind center. In order to beat the Ravens, you have to be able to throw the football. Coach Harbaugh’s defensive secondary is ranked 29th in the league allowing 259.9 yards per game. Houston backups Thad Lewis and Case Keenum won’t be able to expose that weakness enough to make a difference. Take Baltimore. Thank you and best of luck, Tom Stryker.

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NBA  |  Dec 22, 2014
Portland Trail Blazers vs. Houston Rockets
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Off back-to-back SU and ATS home losses to New Orleans and Atlanta, Houston will bring its "A-Game" to the court when Portland visits on Monday night. On a 5-0 SU and 4-1 ATS run and off a pair of SU and ATS road wins over the Spurs and Pelicans, the Trailblazers are ripe for a beating too.

This game will be all about payback too. In the first round of last year's playoffs, Portland knocked off Houston in six games. A quick look at the Team Stryker database shows that the Rockets have been at their best at home against elite NBA teams. According to my notes, Houston owns an impressive 33-18 SU and 32-19 ATS mark in its own backyard running against a foe that owns a won/loss percentage greater than .510. In this role battling a foe that enters with one or two days of rest, the Rockets improve to a reliable 25-11 ATS. Also, when taking the court off back-to-back straight up losses as a favorite, Houston owns a solid 41-27 SU and 42-22-3 ATS record including a profitable 25-9-2 ATS if the Rockets were at home last and this is a conference game.

Portland has been playing well even without the services of Robin Lopez. But, in this matchup against a hungry Rockets squad, Lopez's absence will be sorely missed. When asked to step up on the road and face a foe that holds a won/loss percentage of .667 or better, Portland has been at its worst notching a woeful 19-73 SU record. Also, NBA guests that enter off back-to-back straight up road dog wins are a stiff 20-130 SU and 58-88-3 ATS provided they are battling a foe that carries a won/loss percentage of .667 or better. If our "play against" side enters off a blowout win of 10 points or more, this system crashes to a disturbing 3-42 SU and 10-33-2 ATS.

Sets in the NBA don't get any better than this men. Watch the Rockets pick up a little sweet revenge from last year with a big win over the Trailblazers. Take Houston. Thank you and best of luck, Tom Stryker.

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NFL  |  Dec 22, 2014
Denver Broncos vs. Cincinnati Bengals
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It's no secret. Cincinnati has struggled in primetime posting a dismal 2-11 SU record in its last 13 night games. But, behind a rushing attack that ranks sixth in the NFL averaging 130.3 yards per game, the Bengals have the ability to keep the ball away from Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning and keep this game within reach.

Technically speaking, this is a tremendous spot for Cincy head coach Marvin Lewis and his men. Since 1980, game 15 regular season home dogs or home favorites priced at -5 or less are a money-making 31-9-1 ATS provided they take the field off a straight up road dog win and their opponent enters off a straight up win as well. Provided our "play on" side scored just 32 points or more last (so no offensive explosions) this pro system zips to a jaw-dropping 28-5 SU and ATS for 84.8 percent. The Bengals fit both pieces of this awesome angle.

This is actually a tough spot for the Orange Crush too. Since 1980, NFL teams that play their final regular season game of a 16-game schedule at home are a pathetic 3-17-3 ATS provided they are priced as a road favorite of -4 or less in game 15 and were on the road in game 14 as well. To make matters worse, the Broncos are a dismal 6-18 ATS priced as a non-division road favorite tackling a foe that holds a won/loss percentage of .360 or better.

In a pair of primetime games this year, the Bengals got manhandled by the Patriots in New England 43-17 and got embarrassed at home by the Browns 24-3. Against one of the AFC's best and with the Paul Brown Stadium fans in full support, Coach Lewis' men will give Denver a run for its money. Take Cincinnati. Thank you and best of luck, Tom Stryker.


A professional handicapper at Team Stryker Sports since 1984, Tom Stryker offers you 25 years of experience. Tom is known for his strong work ethic and his commitment to delivering the best analysis available. With regards to style, Stryker likes to use the perfect blend of two decades of experience as well as emotional, statistical, and technical support to back up his selections. Back in the early 90's, Tom helped assemble one of the most powerful football and basketball databases in the nation. This incredible piece of software holds over 100 profitable situations with ATS records topping 90 percent. Located in the Midwest just a few miles from the University of Notre Dame, Stryker is tuned into the Irish as well as the Big Ten and MAC Conferences. College Football, Major League Baseball as well as the NBA and NFL playoffs are considered his strengths. But keep in mind a profitable run can happen at any time in any sport when Stryker gets into one of his capping zones. In 2000, Tom reached the ultimate peak when he bested over 100 other professional handicappers, and finished the season ranked No. 1 in college football (28-13 for 68.3% record) as monitored by the Sports Monitor of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. In 2001, Tom incredibly repeated that feat by finishing No. 1 in college football with a solid 24-15 for 61.5% mark! To date, Stryker is the only handicapper to win back-to-back college football handicapping titles as documented by the Sports Monitor. Since going pro, Tom has recorded numerous other Top 10 finishes. Tom is also the editor and publisher of the Pre-Game Report - one of the best football newsletters in the industry! Vince Lombardi, one of the greatest football coaches ever, once said, �The harder you work, the harder it is to surrender.� When you do business with Tom Stryker you can expect three things: experience, professionalism and effort.