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Aramon’s 2014/15 NFL Picks: Week 10 (Thursday)

Posted by THEPOGG on Nov 06, 2014


Another positive result on Monday night saw us close up a very nice week 9 of the season. A stellar week that we desperately needed following such a horrid week 8. But there is still work to do as we climb back towards profit and it continues with the Thursday night game that kicks off week 10. I believe we have a good one here tonight, and after going 4-1 last week with a nice profit, we stand to add to our momentum with a nice play for tonight. So lets kick off the new week right and make some cash!

Mondays’s results : +4.0 units
Total to date : -35.7 units




Cincinnati Bengals -6.5 over Cleveland Browns : Bet 6 units

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I doubt anybody would have predicted this match up between these division rivals would be so important at this juncture of the season. While the Bengals were predicted to be a good team this year, the Browns have been perennial basement dwellers and this year didn’t look to be too much different. Well, with the emergence of Cleveland’s QB Brian Hoyar playing well, keeping the ever talked about Johnny Manziel on the bench, the Browns find themselves contending for the top spot in the division along with the Bengals. But the difference I see here, and what I believe will be exposed tonight is, the Bengals are a very talented team and should contend with many of the top teams in the AFC. The Browns on the other hand aren’t horrible, but they have feasted on bad teams in the Buccaneers, Raiders, and Titans to build up their record. Even against this inferior competition the Browns defense is still only ranked 21st in the league. They are going up a Bengals team tonight that is extremely tough to beat at home. The Bengals are 14-3-1 against the spread at home in their last 18 games. I believe the Bengals will open it up big time with their potent passing game tonight and expose Cleveland as a team that is not quite ready yet to beat the cream of the crop.

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