This Weekend's Best Bets
The MLB Postseason is underway and several marquee football matchups are on tap for the first weekend in October. Let's look at the best bets to have on your card.
We're treated to a Divisonal Round quadrouple-header on Friday, with all four series in action. Things get underway at 2:05 PM ET with Game 1 of Cleveland vs. Houston. Get ready for some early fireworks, as Ricky Tran is unleashing his biggest bet of the playoffs with his MLB Game of the Year.
At 4:15 PM ET, Colorado tries to bounce back from an extra innings loss in Game 1 when they take on the Brewers in Milwaukee. Matt Fargo looks to extend his 153-107 (+$30K) long-term MLB run with his 10* Game of the Week.
One of the biggest rivalries in sports is renewed Friday night, as the Yankees and Red Sox square off in what should be a very entertaining series. Coming off a 18-8 (+$8K) 2017 MLB Postseason, Larry Ness looks to keep it rolling with his 10* Total of the Week.
The nightcap features Game 2 of Atlanta vs. LA Dodgers, where the Dodgers enter off a convincing 6-0 victory in Game 1. Will Clayton Kershaw deliver the goods? Al McMordie has the answer his his Major League Baseball High Roller Winner.
Don't sleep in Saturday morning, because perhaps the best game of the day kicks off at high noon. The latest edition of the 'Red River Rivalry' sees Oklahoma as 7 point faves over Texas. Marc Lawrence has found an awesome angle inside his Never Lost College Football Killer Play.
In the afternoon, LSU gets its biggest test do date when they travel to the swamp to take on the Gators. Is the field goal spread too low? Find out what 'The Coach' thinks with Will Rogers' CFB Game of the Month.
Under the lights, Notre Dame heads to Blacksburg to do battle with Virgina Tech. The spread is a bit of a toss-up, so Scott Rickenbach is turning his attention to the total. Jump on board his impressive 15-5 NCAAF top play run with his 10* Total of the Week.
Early action Sunday is headlined by a heavyweight AFC clash between Jacksonville and Kansas City. Will defense or offense prevail? AAA Sports feels confident enough in his read to step out with his Game of the Month - don't miss it!
Out west, the Rams head north to Seattle for a date with the Seahawks. Can anyone slow down the high-powered Rams? Power Sports puts their red-hot 28-14 (67%) NFL record on the line with their 10* Game of the Week.
In primetime, the battle of Houston takes place between the Cowboys and Texans. In a must-win for both teams, Tim Michael has found an angle which cannot be ignored. Find out what it is and get set to cash in with his 10* Total of the Month.
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- October 23, 2018 - 7:30 PM
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Al McMordie released 3 EXTREMELY STRONG plays Monday and swept the board with a 3-0 Ticket. Big Al's BIG WINNERS included his NBA Championship Club 10* on the Wizards and Hockey Blowouts on the Capitals & Hurricanes. Big Al's now 52-25 his last 77 and is firing on his STRONGEST Hockey Play yet. It's Big Al's 10* NHL Game of the Month! Go get it!
At 7:35 pm, our complimentary selection is on the Montreal Canadiens over the Calgary Flames. Last season, Montreal was historically bad, posting its lowest point total for a full season since the turn of the century. And so far anyway, the Canadiens are one of the most improved clubs -- albeit very early in the season. Montreal has lost just one game in regulation (to the Kings on 10/11) while winning four and losing two in OT (including the last one in Ottawa). Montreal seems to be weathering the loss of Shea Weber -- out until December with a foot injury -- just fine so far, and if Carey Price can earn his hefty salary then the Habs could get back to the post-season. Despite their struggles, the Bell Centre -- the Canadiens' home arena -- is still one of the toughest places in the league for opposing teams. The biggest question mark with the Flames is between the pipes. Goalie Mike Smith was the team's MVP in the first half of last season, but fell apart after that. He is 36 years old this season and the Flames did not address that need in the off-season so Smith will continue to carry the bulk of the load. Take the Habs. As always, good luck...Al McMordie. And don't miss any of my red-hot winners. We were 3-0 yesterday, and are now 52-25 our last 77. Join for a week or month to get all of our Award-Winning plays, including our NHL Game of the Month tonight!