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  1. #1
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    Seattle -19.5 v. Jacksonville!!!!!!

    Well, the database goes back to 1978

    Home teams are 8-0 SU but 1-7 ATS as favorites of 19.5 or more.

    Year Week Date Team Road Game Opponent Point Spread Team Score Opponent Score S/U Record ATS Record O/U Line Total Points O/U
    1985 14 Week 12/08/85 CHICAGO BEARS H INDIANAPOLIS -19.5 17 10 W L 42 27 U
    1991 07 Week 10/13/91 BUFFALO BILLS H INDIANAPOLIS -20 42 6 W W 41 48 O
    1992 16 Week 12/19/92 SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS H TAMPA BAY -20 21 14 W L 41 35 U
    1993 14 Week 12/05/93 SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS H CINCINNATI -24 21 8 W L 44 29 U
    2007 12 Week 11/25/07 NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS H PHILADELPHIA -24.5 31 28 W L 51.5 59 O
    2007 15 Week 12/16/07 NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS H NEW YORK JETS -20.5 20 10 W L 41 30 U
    2007 16 Week 12/23/07 NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS H MIAMI -22.5 28 7 W L 45.5 35 U
    2011 13 Week 12/04/11 NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS H INDIANAPOLIS -20.5 31 24 W L 48.5 55 O


    Jacksonville's O is really really bad!!
    11 points all season, 1 offensive TD

    Averaging 213 yards of O (52 rushing, 151 passing), gives up 11 sacks.

    TEAM STATISTICS
    Jaguars Opponents
    Total First Downs 27 33
    1st Downs (Rush-Pass-By Penalty) 6 - 21 - 0 14 - 16 - 3
    3rd Down Conversions 12/36 9/29
    4th Down Conversions 1/2 0/0
    Total Offensive Yds 426 632
    Offense (Plays-Avg Yds) 132 - 3.2 123 - 5.1
    Total Rushing Yds 105 347
    Rushing (Plays-Avg Yards) 42 - 2.5 61 - 5.7
    Total Passing Yds 321 285
    Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Avg) 44 - 79 - 2 - 5.0 36 - 58 - 0 - 5.2
    Sacks 4 11
    Field Goals 1/1 4/5
    Touchdowns 1 5
    (Rush-Pass-Ret-Def) 0 - 1 - 0 - 0 2 - 2 - 0 - 1
    Time of Possession 28:55 33:22
    Turnover Ratio -1

    I really wish Seattle didn't kill SF @ home.

    I just think, this game will get ugly. I had laying that much wood, but at home, Seattle's D is just too solid. I believe Seattle can score 24+. Interested to see what the 1H line will be.

  2. #2
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    This would be a good 2nd half bet possibly or usable in teasers. Laying that many points, even against the jags I jsut do not like.

  3. #3
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    I will never bet against the Seahawks again. As for the 2nd H, Petey doesn't seem to mind running the score up and he's got very capable backups.

  4. #4
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    That's a lot of points! It reminds me of the 2011 game between NE and IND and how I didn't think NE would beat that spread. I never feel comfortable with this type of game and though I know the JAGS are bad- I don't know that SEA will run up the score. SEA may be content to establish other goals for this game (or hide tendencies) and they may be looking ahead to HOU in Week 4- who knows? If I had to make a choice I'd probably go with the points because of the HOU/SEA contest on the horizon.

  5. #5
    Looking ahead Seattle travels to Houston vs the Texans next week after beating SF last week. IMHO, far too easy to have a let down. Henne is far better than Gabbert, but in Seattle . . . not a chance.

    So how any will Seattle ring up before they start looking ahead to Houston? Maybe fodder for a 6 or 10 point teaser, but you have to ask yourself how motivated they will be and stay during this game.

    Also as noted by guy above, HC of the Hawks is aware of the backlash for running up the score, so I wouldn't rely on that to carry the day. In this case, I'd think the under is the best play.

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