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A 66 percent
rate for the week is money in the bank and a 60 percent overall winning
percentage isn’t too shabby either.
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few opportunities and we’ll have to go around the horn for what hopefully will
be another great week of sports betting and making Cash with the Flash.
the Flash Best Bets: Cleveland Browns +5
I know, the
Browns are over-hyped and players like Baker
Mayfield and Odell Beckham
Jr are overrated or so the pundits say, and I tend to agree with them. The
Browns buried the Baltimore Ravens last Sunday on their own real estate and
Cleveland demonstrated just how complete a tackle football team the Browns are.
At least they did last Sunday.
Francisco is coming off a bye week and is one of only two undefeated teams in
the National Football League. The 49ers defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers in
week three by a score of 24-20. It was a solid win at home and sets up this
Monday Night Football game with the Browns.
Mayfield has been sacked 12 times this season and that could be a problem on Monday night against the 49ers and their three sacks per game. Defensive backs Denzel Ward, Sheldrick Redwine, and Greedy Williams are questionable as is offensive tackle, Chris Hubbard.
defense hasn’t allowed a rushing touchdown this season and has listed defensive
end Dee Ford
and running back Tevin Coleman
as questionable and veteran offensive tackle Joe Staley
is out with a broken leg for tonight’s game.
Cash with the Flash Best Bets has seen some Vegas shops have the game for as much as 5.5 points and you can get this one online at five points at most shops.
Francisco averages 175 rushing yards per game and it might prove difficult for
the 49ers to reach that number against a Cleveland defense allowing 119 rushing
yards per game with one rushing touchdown this season. Cleveland will force the
49ers to beat them through the air and 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo
has thrown nearly as many interceptions (4) as touchdown passes and the offense
has the worst possession to turnover ratio in the NFL.
Browns defensive lineman Myles Garrett
is up against a rookie offensive lineman and that won’t be fun for Garoppolo
had the greatest season thus far and has thrown more interceptions (6) than
touchdown passes, and we can’t forget the sacks he’s suffered but what Mayfield
does have going for him is an outstanding supporting cast with arguably one of
the best receiving corps playing together for the first time Monday night.
might neutralize the Browns run but they will have a difficult time keeping up
with Beckham, Jarvis Landry,
a healthy Rashard
Higgins and Antonio
Calloway returning from suspension is going to be more than a handful
for the 49er’s secondary tonight.
Buffalo is off to a 2-0 start and the winless Blue Jackets are still trying to figure things out. The Sabres have scored 10 goals over their first two games this season and will look to increase that total against the inexperienced Columbus goaltending. Columbus has allowed 11 goals but was up against two treacherous offenses in the Toronto Maple Leafs and Pittsburgh Penguins.
It’s hard not to like a club scoring an average of five goals per night against a club with inexperienced goaltending and a team still looking for an identity. It’s also a great price and we won’t see many favorable numbers for teams playing Columbus very often this season. The Blue Jackets can’t seem to find the back of the net and Cash with the Flash Best Bets suggests playing the Sabres to beat the Blue Jackets Monday evening.
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Phil is a semi-retired high-performance tennis coach and still teaches at camps and clinics worldwide, including Brookwood Sports Academy in Glen Spey, New York where he is the current Director of Tennis.