The Tourney and a Crazy Race
Yes I understand it has been a while but with work picking up I find it
hard to write all the time. I also made the "wise" decision to join a race
7 years ago
"Do your gambling picks reek? It's winners you seek? It's time once again for your weekly Sneak peek."
Sneak Koohns here. Sports gambling genius and enthusiast. Are you losing TOO much money gambling? Are your gambling picks leaving you feeling dumb, and driving you CRAZY? Do your bets leave you broke, without enough money to pay for food, rent, and beer? Think there's no answer? You're SO stupid! There is! Sneak Koohns' Easy Money. Finally there's an easy way to make money, and have fun at the same time!
Feel free to click around the site. Make sure to throw Maddog Matt a bone, and check out his "Upset Pick of the Week". If you like what you see, scratch the ole flea-ridden mongrel behind the ears. You'll be glad you did! But be careful, he bites.
So remember, following my simple picks will leave you filthy rich. The only thing filthier is the Maddog. But in his defense, he has mange, worms, rabies...and a REAL bad case of the canine A.I.D.S..
Maddog Matt's Upset of the Week
"I'll give you my "dog" of the week. No bones about it!"
Lucky bastards...you stumbled upon Maddog Matt's Upset of the Week. I scour through the betting world and find Vegas slip ups where the wrong team is getting the points...get the point?
Maddog is back after an offseason of diggin' bones, and chasin' tail. One year smarter, and 7 years older, this ole' hound is back, and ready to give you the upset pick of the week. The pick that will take you from half dead to purebread. From mutt to strutt. From spade to paid. To win big, you've gotta take some chances, so don't be a bitch.
St. Louis (+6, +$220) @ San Francisco
I expect a tough, yet exciting game. I really like this young Rams team. Especially their young quarterback, Sam “Pure Bread” Bradford. San Fran’s defense, believed early in the season to be one of the best in the NFL, has been below average this year. They've been especially bad against the pass. Meanwhile, their offense cant find any rhythm, even with some serious weapons in Crabtree and Gore. Troy Smith gets the start this week at QB for the '9ers, and I don’t think that encourages offensive production at all. The guy went to OSU for god's sake. Look for Bradford to have one of his better days passing against the NFL’s 20th ranked passing defense. Stephen "Saint Bernard" Jackson will keep the '9ers honest, and open up some down field looks. Even with Frank Gore, one of the top backs in the league, the 49ers are just 21st in rushing, averaging a sneak-like 98 ypg. The Rams mediocre defense should stop the 49ers, and come out on top of the dog pile when its all said and bone, as they continue to fight for their first division championship in seven years (yes, they won it in 2003. I was surprised too). Rams 21, 49ers 17.