Submitted by Kelso Sturgeon on Thursday, November 28, 2013 at 10:16 AM
The winning continues Thanksgiving Day as I kick off my 24th annual Turkey Shoot with three knockout NFL plays, highlighted by a 25-unit play on the Green Bay Packers at the Detroit Lions game. Despite the fact the Lions are 0-9 and have not won a Thanksgiving Day game since they defeated the Packers, 22-14, on that day in 2003, they are 6.5-point favorites to get it done.
On A Sizzling 12-0 NFL Run And Begin Turkey Shoot - With 3 More Knockout Winners
I am on a 12-0 run in the NFL and am launching my annual 5-day Turkey Shoot Thursday with three more - all on national television - and the highlight of the day will be a 25-unit move on the Green Bay Packers at the Detroit Lions, with 15-unit plays on the other two contests. The Thanksgiving Day schedule:
Green Bay Packers (5-5) at Detroit Lions (6-5) FOX...12:35 Kickoff
Oakland Raiders (4-7) at Dallas Cowboys (6-5) CBS...4:45 Kickoff
Pittsburgh Steelers (5-6) at Baltimore Ravens (5-6) NBC...8:35 Kickoff
All of these games have playoff implications and I believe I have the edges to win them all. Go 3-0 with my Turkey Shoot launch for just $50, or get the entire 5-day package for just $125, charged to your major credit card. Games available on this site and toll free at 1-800-755-2255.
Red-Hot Best Bets Football On 11-1 Run - Wins Another One Tonight On TV
My Best Bets Football Investment Club began the week on a 10-1 run and the winning continues tonight with another knockout triple power play that should report home a rather easy winner. There are just two games tonight - both big-time rivalries. We have Texas Tech (7-4) at Texas (7-3) -on Fox Sports 1) - and Mississippi (7-4) at Mississippi State (5-6), on ESPN, and my figures say one of these teams is a knockout triple power play winner. I will be releasing this team as a 15-unit play and you can win it for just $15, charged to your major credit card. If you need a little boost to jump in and win, please note below the record of my current 10-1 run.
Best Bets Club Football On 11-1 Run
11/26...10 Units...Western Michigan (+35.5) 14, Northern Illinois 33 (W)
11/25...10 Units...49ers-Redskins Under 45 (W)
11/24...15 Units...Cowboys (+2.5) 24, Giants 21 (W)
11/24...10 Units...Dolphins (+4.5) 16, Panthers 20 (W)
11/24...10 Units...Steelers-Browns Under 40 (W)
11/23...15 Units...Ole Miss (+2.5) 10, Missouri 24 (L)
11/23...10 Units...Duke (-6.5) 28, Wake Forest 21 (W)
11/23...10 Units...Washington State (-1.5) 49, Utah 37 (W)
11/22...15 Units...Navy (+2) 58, San Jose State 52 (W)
11/21...10 Units...UNLV (+2) 41, Air Force 21 (W)
11/19...15 Units...Buffalo (24.5) 44, Miami-OH 7 (W)
11/18...10 Units...Patriots-Panthers Under 47.5 (W)
NFL Playoff Spots On Line In Week #13
This most certainly is a key week for teams hoping to get to the post-season and with that a shot to win the Super Bowl as you can see by the how teams were fit into the playoffs if they were to begin today.
In the American Football Conference, the Denver Broncos (9-2) would be the #1 seed, with the New England Patriots (8-3) in the #2 position. In The National Football Conference the top spot would fall to the Seattle Seahawks (10-1) with the New Orleans Saints (9-2) #2. All would get first-round byes.
If the playoffs began today, here would be the wild pairings.
In The AFC
#3 Indianapolis (7-4) would host #6 Tennessee (5-6)
#4 Cincinnati (7-4) would host Kansas City (9-2)
In The NFC
#3 Detroit (6-5) would host #6 49ers (7-4)
#4 Dallas (6-5) would host #5 Carolina (8-3)
It also must be noted all of this could change after this weekend's games and because, in addition to the teams listed above, the Pittsburgh Steelers, Baltimore Ravens and Green Bay Packers are still very much in the running for the playoffs.
Broncos, Chiefs, Seahawks Can All Punch Tickets To The Playoffs In Week #13
With 12 weeks of the NFL season in the books, playoff scenarios have become a talking point. The Denver Broncos, Kansas City Chiefs and Seattle Seahawks all have a chance to clinch a playoff berth in Week 13. Here's how.
American Football Conference
Denver clinches a playoff spot with:
1) DEN win + SD loss or tie + TEN loss or tie + NYJ loss + BAL loss or
2) DEN win + SD loss or tie + TEN loss or tie + BAL/PIT tie or
3) DEN win + SD loss or tie + TEN loss or tie + MIA/NYJ tie or
4) DEN win + SD loss or tie + BAL/PIT tie + MIA/NYJ tie or
5) DEN win + TEN loss or tie + BAL/PIT tie + MIA/NYJ tie
KANSAS CITY CHIEFS
Kansas City clinches a playoff spot with:
1) KC win + SD loss or tie + TEN loss or tie + NYJ loss + BAL loss or
2) KC win + SD loss or tie + TEN loss or tie + MIA loss + NE loss or
3) KC win + SD loss or tie + TEN loss or tie + NYJ/MIA tie or
4) KC win + SD loss or tie + TEN loss or tie + BAL/PIT tie or
5) KC win + SD loss or tie + MIA loss + NE loss + BAL/PIT tie or
6) KC win + SD loss or tie + MIA/NYJ tie + BAL/PIT tie or
7) KC win + TEN loss or tie + MIA/NYJ tie + BAL/PIT tie
National Football Conference
Seattle clinches a playoff spot with:
1) SEA win + ARI loss or
2) SEA win + SF loss or
3) SEA win + ARI tie + SF tie or
4) SEA tie + ARI loss + SF loss + DAL loss or tie + CHI loss or tie or
5) SEA tie + ARI loss + SF loss + DAL loss or tie + DET loss
Thanksgiving Day NFL/College Injury Report
Green Bay - QB Aaron Rodgers (Collarbone) is downgraded to expected to miss Thursday vs. Detroit.
Oakland - QB Matthew McGloin (None) expected to start Thursday vs. Dallas.
Mississippi St - QB Damian Williams (None) expected to start Thursday vs. Mississippi. Mississippi St - QB Tyler Russell (Shoulder) "?" Thursday vs. Mississippi.
Mississippi St - RB LaDarius Perkins (Ribs) is upgraded to probable Thursday vs. Mississippi.