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

Posted by THEPOGG on Dec 21, 2015

NFL

We pulled out a big win yesterday that really pumps up our bankroll to a season high! It was a very close win, one that didn’t offer that much comfort as I would have liked, but once again the ball has finally started bouncing our way in these close games. Tonight we are at it again with a moderate wager that should see us add to our growing bankroll. As these last few regular season weeks play out it should open us up to some really decent opportunities, and bring us into the playoffs with some serious profits and cash to lay the wood in the post season!

Sunday’s results : +5.0 units
Total to date : +11.4 units

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Detroit Lions/New Orleans Saints take the over total of 51.5 : Bet 3 units

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Unfortunately for both the Saints and Lions this game has no meaning for the post season as both teams have now been mathematically eliminated from making the playoffs. What this does mean however, is both teams should be lighting up the scoreboard as the defense played will be at a minimum. The Saints defense has been notoriously bad this season. Even with the firing of defensive coordinator Rob Ryan, the Saints under new D coordinator is still giving up the most yards per run and per pass in the league. That is good news for the Lions offense that has really come on the last few weeks. I expect Lions QB Matthew Stafford to have a huge night aided by WR Calvin Johnson eating up the Saints weak defensive secondary that surrenders a league worst 8.1 yards per pass this season. The Lions however will be challenged on defense by Saints future hall of fame QB Drew Brees. I expect Bree to also have a big night going against a Detroit defensive secondary not much better then the Saints in giving up yards with a ranking of 22nd in the league. The Lions defense has also yielded the 2nd most touchdowns this year on the ground with 14. That should play oyt nicely for a Saints offense that has run the ball much better as of late and have become more balanced. All in all, this should be a high scoring game with both teams possessing good offensive power and little in the way of defense. The Saints give up more than 30 points per game and I don’t see that changing tonight. I also cannot see the Lions shutting down Brees and company at home as they play for pride. As far as meaningless games go this may be a fun one to watch, especially as both teams light up the scoreboard en route to winning some cash.

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