RV: EARLY 5* 96% NFL DOG WITH BITE + BONUS TEASER

RV: EARLY 5* 96% NFL DOG WITH BITE + BONUS TEASER

Philadelphia vs. Tampa Bay, 10/13/2013 13:00 EDT, Score: 31 - 20

Point Spread: +3/-115 Tampa Bay

Sportsbook: Bovada

Result: Loss

On Sunday the NFL Dog with Bite is on Tampa Bay. Game 206 at 1:00 eastern. The Bucs fit one of our Best bye week systems that pertains to teams that are winless in week 4 or later and off a straight up and ats loss. The Bucs will look to get rid of the sour feeling of blowing a double digit second half lead last out against the Cardinals. They have home loss revenge fro a close loss here to the Eagles last season and the extra week to prepare will pay dividends here as they will face Nick Foles who will not run like Mike Vick would have. D. Revis should control Desean Jackson. The Bucs are not as bad as the normal winless team either. They just have had trouble closing out games. They could easily be 3-1 had they not had a 15 yard penalty in New York that made a last second field goal 48 yards as opposed to a hail Mary attempt. Then with under a minute losing at home to a New Orleans team that was held to a season low 16 points and then 2 weeks ago blowing a lead and losing 13-10 to Arizona. The Bucs are 5-0 ats in October as non division home dogs and the Eagles fast paced offense will be easier to defend since the Bucs have practiced against it all week to get ready. The Eagles have lost 9 of 12 vs losing teams and are just 1-4 vs the NFC South of late. The Eagles are 0-8 ats if one of their receives had 100 or more yards in their last game. Look for Tampa +3 to get the cash.


BONUS: 3 TEAM 10 POIN TEASER OF THE WEEK- San Francisco to -1--- Teams like AZONA are 0-5 straight up and ats as a road dog of 10 or more off a home dog win of 14 if their opponent had a total of less than 41 last out.


Oakland- to +19--KC is 0-24 ats on a 6 point teaser like vs Division teams that they have a better record then. This is a 10 pointer


Jacksonville-TO +37 NFL Dogs of more than 20 are 6-0 ats the last 28 years


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