NFL 2017 Week 12 Recap

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NFL Week 12

Game Lines: 9-5

Props: 49-56

 

 

Game Lines

Lions +2.5 L

Det/Min 1H u22.5 L

Chargers ML -115 W

SD/Dal 1H u23.5 W

NYG/WAS 1H u22.5 -115 W

Giants +7 -110 L

49ers +6.5 L

Rams -2.5 W

Falcons -10 W

Cardinals +5.5 and ML W,W

Jets/Panthers o40 +100 W

Packers ML +725 L

Texans +7.5 W

 

Matthew Stafford (DET) Passing Yards u274.5 -145 (Now -160. No longer good) W

Latavius Murray (MIN) Rushing Yards o52.5 -135 (Now -200. No longer good) W

Case Keenum (MIN) Passing Yards +24.5 -125 v Stafford W

Stefon Diggs (MIN) Receiving Yards +7.5 +115 v Tate W

Jerick McKinnon (MIN) Rushing+Receiving Yards u70.5 -115 W

Ameer Abdullah (DET) Rushing Yards u45.5 -115 W

Marvin Jones (DET) Receiving Yards u56.5 -115 L

Latavius Murray (MIN) Rushing Yards o55.5 -125 W

Matthew Stafford (DET) Completions u22.5 +125 W

Golden Tate (DET) Receptions u5.5 +145 W

Min/Det Total Sacks u4.5 +110 L

 

Credits:

Stephon Diggs (MIN) Receiving u64.5 -115 L

Matthew Stafford (DET) Passing u272.5 -115 W

Matthew Stafford (DET) TD Passes u1.5 +130 L

Min/Det Total Sacks u4.5 +100/+110 L

Philip Rivers (SD) Completions u23.5 -130 L

Keenan Allen (SD) Receptions u5.5 +120 L

Keenan Allen (SD) Receiving Yards u73.5 -115 L

Hunter Henry (SD) Receiving Yards u33.5 -120 L

Dak Prescott (DAL) Rushing Yards u32.5 -130 W

Dez Bryant (DAL) Receiving Yards +12.5 -110 v Allen L

Keenan Allen (SD) Receiving Yards u74.5 -120 L

Jason Witten (DAL) Receptions o3.5 -130 W

Dez Bryant (DAL) Receiving Yards +10.5 -105 v Allen L

Jason Witten (DAL) Passing Yards -8.5 +110 v Henry L

Keenan Allen (SD) Receiving Yards u76.5 -120 L

Hunter Henry (SD) Receiving Yards u30.5 -110 L

Jason Witten (DAL) Receiving Yards o37.5 +110 W

SD/Dal Total Sacks u5 -130 W

 

Josh Doctson (WAS) Receiving Yards u52.5 -125 W

Evan Engram (NYG) Receiving Yards -2.5 -135 v Davis W

Josh Doctson (WAS) Receiving Yards u50.5 -120 W

Vernon Davis (WAS) Receiving Yards u54.5 +100 W

Vernon Davis (WAS) Receiving Yards u50.5 +140 W

Samaje Perine (WAS) Rushing Yards u76.5 -130 L

 

Sunday

Brett Hundley (GB) Passing Yards u214.5 -130 L

Antonio Brown (PIT) Receiving Yards u104.5 -130 L

Davante Adams (GB) Receiving Yards u58.5 -110 L

LeVeon Bell (PIT) Receiving Yards u34.5 -110 L

LeVeon Bell (PIT) Rushing Yards u97.5 -110 L

Nelson Agholor (PHI) Receiving Yards u40.5 -140 W

Alex Smith (KC) Completions o20.5 -135 W

Alex Smith (KC) Passing Yards o247.5 -105 L

LeSean McCoy (BUF) Rushing Yards u87.5 -135 W

DeShone Kizer (CLE) Completions u17 -115 L

Corey Coleman (CLE) Receiving Yards u50.5 -115 L

Kendall Wright (CHI) Receiving Yards u34.5 -115 W

LaGarette Blount (PHI) Rushing Yards u45.5 -115 L

Nelson Agholor (PHI) Receiving Yards u39.5 -115 W

Kenny Stills (MIA) Receiving Yards u51.5 -115 W

Brandin Cooks (NE) Receiving Yards u76.5 -115 L

Danny Amendola (NE) Receiving Yards u47.5 -115 W

Mike Evans (TB) Receiving Yards u71.5 -120 L

DeSean Jackson (TB) Receiving Yards u50.5 -115 L

Christian McAffrey (CAR) Rush+Receive u73.5 -115 L

Robby Anderson (NYJ) Receiving Yards u58.5 -115 L

Jermaine Kearse (NYJ) Receiving Yards u40.5 -115 L

Andy Dalton (CIN) Passing Yards -24.5 -115 v Cleveland QB’s L

Alshon Jeffery (PHI) Receiving Yards -20.5 +105 v Wright W

Alex Smith (KC) Passing Yards -24.5 -115 v Taylor L

LeSean McCoy (BUF) Rushing Yards +10.5 -135 v Hunt W

Julio Jones (ATL) Receiving Yards -10.5 -115 v Evans W

Cam Newton (CAR) Passing Yards -5.5 -115 v McCown W

Devin Funchess (CAR) Receiving Yards +2.5 -115 v Anderson 2x L, L

Frank Gore (IND) Rushing Yards +10.5 -130 v Murray 2x W,W

LeSean McCoy (BUF) Receiving Yards o24.5 +140 W

Mike Evans (TB) Receiving Yards u69.5 -130 L

Cameron Brate (TB) Receiving Yards o24.5 +130 L

Tevin Coleman (ATL) Rushing Yards u60.5 +120 W

Bilal Powell (NYJ) Rushing Yards o39.5 +115 L

 

Afternoon Games

Russell Wilson (SEA) Rush Yards u38.5 -115 W

Tedd Ginn Jr (NO) Receiving Yards u50.5 -115 L

JJ Nelson (ARI) Receiving Yards u28.5 -115 W

Emmanuel Sanders (DEN) Receiving Yards u59.5 -115 W

Doug Baldwin (SEA) Receiving Yards -17.5 -135 v Goodwin L

Todd Gurley (LAR) Rushing Yards +2.5 -150 v Ingram W

Adrian Peterson (ARI) Rushing Yards +18.5 -115 v Fournette W

Marquise Lee (JAX) Receiving Yards +18.5 -135 v Fitzgerald W

Marshawn Lynch (OAK) Rushing Yards +8.5 -135 v Anderson W

Drew Brees (NO) Completions o24.5 +100 L

Todd Gurley (LAR) Receiving Yards o37.5 +115 W

Todd Gurley (LAR) Rushing Yards o87.5 +125 L

Tyler Lockett (SEA) Receiving Yards u42.5 -130 W

Doug Baldwin (SEA) Receiving Yards o70.5 +110 L

CJ Beathard (SF) Passing Yards o225.5 +130 L

Jermaine Gresham (ARI) Receiving Yards o20.5 +140 L

Marshawn Lynch (OAK) Rushing Yards o45.5 +105 W

 

Sunday Night Football

Davante Adams (GB) Receiving Yards u61.5 -120 L

Randall Cobb (GB) Receptions u3.5 -120 L

LeVeon Bell (PIT) Rushing Yards u100.5 -110 L

LeVeon Bell (PIT) Receiving Yards u34.5 -115 L

Jordy Nelson (GB) Receptions o3.5 +110 L

 

Monday Night Football

Jeremy Maclin (BAL) Receiving Yards o52.5 +105 L

Lamar Miller (HOU) Rushing Yards o67.5 +120 L

Tom Savage (HOU) TD Passes o1.5 +250 L

Total Sacks o5 -115 L

A FG made over 45.5 Yards -115 W

Tom Savage (HOU) TD Passes o1.5 +250 L

Danny Woodhead (BAL) Receptions u4.5 +125 W

Danny Woodhead (BAL) Rushing+Receiving Yards u45.5 +105 W

Danny Woodhead (BAL) Rushing+Receiving Yards u44.5 +110 L

Lamar Miller (HOU) Receiving Yards u19.5 +105 W

 

Season

Game Lines: 60-36-3 (62.5 %)

Props: 385-252-2 (58.5%)

 

So there you have it. Another week where we were oh-so-close to a beautiful beach of happiness but far from the paradise of perfection. Luckily we can still stand smugly in the center of the ring with our arms outstretched antagonistically with the championship belt wrapped firmly around our waist. We are the Champions of Transparency….resided over by the King of Pain, AnonymousGamblr.

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