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When Roger Goodell is asked at his state-of-the-league address at the Super Bowl why the quality of prime-time games was so putrid this season, he should rattle off some clich about how strong the NFL product is and then summon Gruden from behind a hidde
2014-11-12

Carson Palmer's season-ending ACL injury changes the NFL picture. Palmer had a 95.6 rating in his six starts. He was very comfortable in Arians' offense. He had played good football from the middle of last season until he blew out his knee. Now things change for the Cardinals.

Stanton has played fairly well this season, and the Cardinals looked good with him at quarterback when Palmer missed three starts with a shoulder injury. He also has completed just 49.5 percent of his passes this season. He has a 69.2 career rating. He isn't some hot-shot young quarterback who just needed a chance either. Stanton is 30. Maybe this is his breakout moment, but it would be fairly unprecedented.
To believe there is no drop-off from Palmer to Stanton is a remarkable leap of faith. One might even say it's a bit delusional. The Cardinals are going to be a different team without their starting quarterback; almost any team would be. The question is, if you assume there's a drop-off at quarterback, what's the drop-off for the Cardinals as a whole?

We have to look at the Cardinals going forward, with Stanton at quarterback the rest of the season. It's not just a list of teams based entirely on their record to date, those rankings can be found here. The Cardinals have shown they can win some games with him, but are they a Super Bowl contender anymore? Are they a top-three team anymore?


CFL: Defending champs finally open home slate
2010-07-22

The Montreal Alouettes have spent Football Live Betting Lines nfl football betting Online Bingo NFL Betting Lines the first three weeks of the 2010 CFL season on the road, winning twice. Thursday night will be their first chance to commemorate their Grey Cup title of last November with their fans. Strangely, oddsmakers at Sportsbook.com don’t seem to be treating that motivation as an important factor, as Montreal is only a 7-point favorite over a 1-2 Hamilton team that it has beaten in 12 of the last 13 head-to-head meetings.

It truly is an unusual line considering how well the Alouettes play at Percival Molson Stadium, where they were undefeated last season before going on to win the Grey Cup with a nailbiter victory over the Roughriders. The Alouettes wanted their first three games to be on the road to allow time to finish their stadium's expansion from 20,000 to 25,000 seats, with a new deck on the south side and permanent bleachers in the east end zone. They delay was precautionary, as nearly all the work has been done for a month and they were able to play a pre-season game in the refurbished venue.

Perhaps the factor that is keeping Thursday night’s line down is how badly Montreal is being gashed defensively in the early season. Through three games, the Alouettes have allowed 29.7 points per game, second most in the CFL, and 453.3 yards per game, worst in the league. They also are just 1-2 against the spread, with the only cover coming against winless Edmonton. Last week’s defensive effort in the 16-12 win at British Columbia was encouraging though, as the Montreal defense yielded just seven yards rushing and 260 overall.

Hamilton has squared off twice with Winnipeg in the early going, splitting two 20-point plus decisions. Last week at home, the Ti-Cats broke out with a season high 435 yards of offense en route to a 28-7 decision. Hamilton is currently ranked 3rd defensively in both points and yards allowed.

Montreal has had little trouble scoring points on Hamilton in recent head-to-head play. In fact, you have to go back to November ’05 for the last matchup in which the Alouettes failed to reach the 20-point mark. In that 13-game span, they have averaged 33.8 PPG while going 12-1 SU & 6-7 ATS. Ironically, eight of the 13 games have gone under the total despite Montreal’s offensive prowess. That would seem to coincide with this significant StatFox Trend in play for the contest:

• HAMILTON is 21-6 UNDER (+14.4 Units) versus very good offensive teams - scoring 32 or more points/game since 1996. The average score was HAMILTON 19.8, OPPONENT 29.6 - (Rating = 2*)

Kickoff for the Thursday contest is set for 7:30 PM ET. The StatFox Power Line estimates that the pointspread should be Montreal by 11.

Maybe the most puzzling thought when you consider Montreal’s success against Hamilton, its dominance at home, and its improving defense is that the line for this game opened at Montreal -8.5, and has since been bet down to the 7-point mark. We’ll see if bettors are on to something or if the Alouettes were just waiting to get back home.


CFB: Cotton Bowl - OLE MISS vs. OKLAHOMA STATE (2:00 PM ET, FOX)
2010-01-04

The Cotton Bowl Classic has a long and storied tradition, and for 2010, Ole Miss & Oklahoma State will try to add to it. Oddsmakers at Sportsbook.com have made the Rebels the favorite, despite being one-game worse in won-lost mark. Bettors seemingly agree, backing Ole Miss at a 78% rate at last check.

Ole Miss and Oklahoma State last met in the 2004 Cotton Bowl, with quarterback Eli Manning and the Rebels pulling out a 31-28 win in his finale. Another senior quarterback plays his last game for Ole Miss in the 2010 Classic in Jevan Snead. While his career hasn’t been as illustrious as Manning’s, the program has reached new heights in the national polls with him under center. The Rebels are 8-4 in 2009 and will be putting a seven-game, non-conference ATS winning streak on the line versus the Cowboys. They have also fared well in bowl games, 7-1 SU and 6-1-1 ATS in their L8. Oklahoma State has the better record (9-3) versus a tougher schedule, yet plays as the three-point underdog. It is 0-3 SU and 0-2-1 ATS as bowl game underdog.

If you were to tell me that you planned on taking every SEC team in their bowl games, I couldn’t possibly argue with the logic. After all, they are 19-7 SU and 18-7-1 ATS in the last four years. Now, I might point you specifically to this Cotton Bowl game, where Ole Miss is playing as a three-point favorite to Oklahoma State. I really don’t like what I saw from the Cowboys offensively down the stretch, as they really seemed affected by the loss of wide receiver Dez Bryant. After his suspension in early October, Oklahoma State averaged a pedestrian 25.8 points per game (39.0 prior). It was shut out in the season finale by Oklahoma. The Rebels have a history of playing well in bowl games and have covered seven straight non-conference tilts. They get it done, 27-20.

Top FoxSheets.com ATS Trend
Mike Gundy is 9-18 ATS (-10.8 Units) as an underdog as the coach of OKLAHOMA ST. The average score was OKLAHOMA ST 24.9, OPPONENT 37.0 - (Rating = 2*)

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OLE MISS is 6-0 OVER (+6.0 Units) in non-conference games over the last 2 seasons. The average score was OLE MISS 43.6, OPPONENT 16.1 - (Rating = 1*)

COTTON BOWL - (255) OLE MISS [-3, 50.5] vs. (256) OKLAHOMA ST: For the second straight year, the Cotton Bowl is moved back to January 2nd. The SEC is on a decent run in the series, having gone 5-1 SU & 4-1-1 ATS in the last six years. UNDER the total is also 5-1 in that span, and going back even further, 11-3 since ’95. This year’s contest is a rematch of the ’04 game, won by Eli Manning & Ole Miss, 31-28.