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    Last Updated: 9/17/2014 at 8:00 PM ET
    For Week 3 in the NFL, there are five picks that cover the number more than 57% of the time to be considered "normal" or better plus an additional 20 sides and totals that are playable for the week.

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    9/15/2014 Highlight: Using the ResultsFinder for the Week of September 8-14, one could find that all playable NFL Week 2 against-the-spread plays, led by our Lock of the Week (Houston -3, which covered by two touchdowns)) went 7-6 (54% ATS). In college football's Week 3, all playable picks for the week went 43-31 (58% ATS and O/U). In the last two weeks, all playable college football picks are 77-54 (59% ATS and O/U). Baseball picks continue to cash as all highlighted, "normal" MLB plays went 10-7 (59% ML, O/U, and RL). In the last two weeks all normal MLB plays are 16-10 (62% ML, O/U, and RL).

    Also, be sure to sign up for the new Play Analyzer Alert emails which update picks for consensus lines on Saturday mornings for college football and Sunday mornings for the NFL. As an example, the top pick in the Play Analyzer Alert on Saturday was the OVER (58.5) in the New Mexico State @ UTEP game. While this was our top play in the published picks as well, the 1.5 point shift from 60 to 58.5 made this a "green" two times normal play. UTEP won 42-24, the second week in a row such line movement led to a 2X normal play in the Play Analyzer that won.

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    9/15/2014 Highlight: Using the ResultsFinder for the Week of September 8-14, one could find that all playable NFL Week 2 against-the-spread plays, led by our Lock of the Week (Houston -3, which covered by two touchdowns) went 7-6 (54% ATS), while all playable halftime sides went 8-4 (67% ATS). In college football's Week 3, all playable picks for the week went 43-31 (58% ATS and O/U). In the last two weeks, all playable college football picks are 77-54 (59% ATS and O/U). Baseball picks continue to cash as all highlighted, "normal" MLB plays went 10-7 (59% ML, O/U, and RL). In the last two weeks all normal MLB plays are 16-10 (62% ML, O/U, and RL).

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    NFL Picks - Week 3
    For Week 3 in the NFL, there are five picks that cover the number more than 57% of the time to be considered "normal" or better plus an additional 20 sides and totals that are playable for the week. See this week's picks including Denver @ Seattle and more.

    College Picks - Week 3
    For Week 4 in the College Football, there are a total of 21 plays that cover the spread greater than 57% of the time to be considered "normal" or better, including six picks that cover more than 60% of the time as well as five predicted outright upsets. See this week's picks including Florida @ Alabama and more.

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