1* Free Pick on Náutico +419
1* Free Pick on Colts -2½ -110
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Free Play from Doc’s Sports. Take Philadelphia Eagles +6.5 over San Francisco 49ers (8:20p.m., Sunday, October 4 NBC) The Eagles are a mess at the moment but they are not as banged up as the 49ers and thus I think they will be able to keep this game close on Sunday night. San Francisco comes home this week after back-to-back games at MetLife Stadium. Philadelphia is 6-2 ATS in their last 8 games against San Francisco. The 49ers are 7-19 ATS (1 push) in their last 27 games as a home favorite. This line has jumped 3 points with how bad the Eagles have been playing but I feel now it is too high. Do not miss out on Doc’s Sports weekend football card. 4-0 on top play in college football this year and now is the time to sign-up with a veteran handicapper that has 49 years of experience.
1* Free Sharp Play on Olympiacos -115
The last 5 matches for each team has been a loss or a draw. I think we see a 1-1 score in this soccer match that takes place in Brazil on Wednesday.
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Alabama is off a down year and it failed to cover in its first game. End of the Saban dynasty? Hardly. The Tide are loaded and ready to make amends. Sure, they failed to cover at Missouri. (They won 38-19, while laying -28.5.) However, the Tide were up 28-3 at halftime of that game. So, I feel it was more a matter of letting their foot off the gas. Saban noted as much, stating that: "The intensity dropped and we didn’t play well in the second half." That should work in our favor here, as Saban will be anxious to have his team keep the pedal to the metal the entire way. While the Aggies are no slouches, they're overmatched in this one. Consider laying the points.
Tuesday MLB Free play. My selection is on the 'under' between New York and Cleveland at 7 pm et on Tuesday.
You could set this total at '5' and I would probably still give a long, hard look at the 'under'. We're talking about a matchup between two of the game's premier starting pitchers in Gerrit Cole of the Yankees and Shane Bieber of the Indians. There's little reason to expect anything but a pitching duel in Game 1 of this series on Tuesday night. Cole's final three regular season starts saw him give up just 10 hits and two earned runs while striking out 24 and walking three in 21 innings of work. All Bieber did was post a 1.63 ERA and 0.87 WHIP in 77 1/3 innings pitched this season. The first to three wins in this one. Take the under (8*).
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