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Matchup Selection W/L
NFL  |  Nov 23, 2014
Cleveland Browns vs. Atlanta Falcons
47 ov-109

Fresh off last night's winner (SD State) & already off to a winning start to this week's football, Ben Burns is anticipating ANOTHER massive weekend.

A model of consistency, Burns finishes "in the black" nearly every month.

He's currently riding a long-term streak which has generated $99,305 in profits. 

Here, Ben takes a look at the Browns/Falcons.

Both the Browns and Falcons been profitable "under" teams in recent weeks. This one figures to feature plenty of points though. 

While they were designated the home team for the game at London, the Falcons have actually played only three games here at the Georgia Dome this season. 

Those games had final combined scores of 71, 70 and 40, an average of greater than 60. 

Meanwhile, the Browns' road games have been higher-scoring than their games at home.

If the line stays at 47 or less, consider a play on the Over. (No play if line goes higher.)

Matchup Selection W/L
NHL  |  Nov 23, 2014
Montreal Canadiens vs. NY Rangers
NY Rangers
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I am playing on the NEW YORK RANGERS. The Rangers have been well rested after a postponed game on Friday and will have the major advantage in this contest at home.

The Montreal Canadians played a spirited game at Boston last night and come in to New York having to play its’ third game in four nights. With wins over St. Louis and Boston coming in, it wouldn’t be surprising to see a small letdown from the Habs.

The Rangers will have geared up for this game as they haven’t played since Wednesday in a home win over Philadelphia.  I successfully played on the Rangers in their 2-0 shutout of the Flyers. New York is 2-0 in games after shutting out an opponent this year.

Keep in mind New York hasn’t played a road game since last Monday versus Tampa Bay so they have been comfortably enjoying a somewhat “break” for almost a week due to the cancelled game in Buffalo.

The Rangers will also come in looking for revenge after a 3-1 loss at Montreal on Oct. 25 in an early season matchup. The motivation will be even stronger with the memory of last season’s playoffs.

A hungry and rested Rangers team at home versus a Habs team that played last night is why I am taking the home team in this Sunday contest. 10* Personal Favorite.

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NFL  |  Nov 23, 2014
Arizona Cardinals vs. Seattle Seahawks
Seattle Seahawks
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I’m playing on the Seattle Seahawks as my 10* Best of the Best Sunday. The defending Super Bowl champs don’t have time to lick their wounds after losing to the Kansas City Chiefs last Sunday. That’s a good thing for Seattle backers, as this team is chomping at the bit to get back on the field and prove they’re still top dog in the NFC against the conference-leading Arizona Cardinals.

The Cardinals offense showed just how lifeless it can be without Carson Palmer at the wheel. Arizona managed just 14 points against the Detroit Lions last week, scoring two first-quarter touchdowns and then proceeding to get shutout in the final 45 minutes. Backup Drew Stanton’s wheels wobbled late in the game with two interceptions. Seattle will focus on getting more pressure on the untested Stanton at home Sunday.

Speaking of home, the Seahawks will have the 12th Man amped for this NFC West clash. The home team has covered in 11 of the past 15 meetings between these rivals and the forecast in CenturyLink Field is calling for classic Seattle weather, rain and cold, which should make the Cardinals very uncomfortable.

The Seahawks have the ground game to wear down Arizona’s defense over the course of four quarters. Marshawn Lynch rolled over the Chiefs' stout stop unit for 124 yards but couldn’t crack the end zone, putting a damper on what could have been another huge day from Beast Mode. Lynch had 91 yards and a touchdown versus the Cardinals at home last season.

A motivated Seahawks side at home and a backup QB facing the dreaded 12th Man is why I’m playing on Seattle as my 10* Best of the Best Sunday.

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NFL  |  Nov 23, 2014
Dallas Cowboys vs. NY Giants
NY Giants
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I’m playing on the New York Giants as my 10* Best Bet Sunday. New York is coming off a miserable showing against San Francisco, but despite Eli Manning’s five interceptions the G-Men actually had a chance to win the game in the dying minutes of the fourth quarter. The Giants stay home for this Sunday Night showdown with the Dallas Cowboys, and would love to throw a wrench in Big D’s playoff plans.

New York gave Dallas a good fight in their first meeting, never letting the Cowboys feel comfortable in that Week 7 clash in Arlington. The Giants have a decisive home edge versus Dallas Sunday night, with rain in the forecast making for some slick field conditions and temperatures dipping into the low 40s. The Cowboys have shown in the past that they’re not used to playing in the elements.

The Giants also catch the Cowboys looking ahead to next Thursday’s Thanksgiving Day showdown with the Philadelphia Eagles. That matinee meeting will go a long way in deciding the division. Dallas has a short week to prepare for that matchup, so focus could be split between Sunday night and what lies ahead on Turkey Day.

New York’s defense did a good job limiting San Francisco’s passing game in Week 11. Colin Kaepernick completed just 15 of 29 passes for 193 yards, and the Niners converted on third down just six of 14 times. The Giants are in the top half of the league in third down defense, allowing opponents to convert on just 39.53 percent of third down tries. That should stump the Dallas offense, which is among the best in the NFL at keep the chains moving, boasting a third down conversion percentage of 50.77.

A tough road spot for the Cowboys and a Giants defense looking to build off a underrated performance is why I’m playing on New York as my 10* Best Bet Sunday.

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NFL  |  Nov 23, 2014
Washington Redskins vs. San Francisco 49ers
Washington Redskins
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I’m playing on the Washington Redskins as my 9* Sunday Shocker Special. The Redskins are a team in turmoil, with infighting eating up the headlines in DC. However, Washington gets away from all the noise with a cross-country trip to play the San Francisco 49ers Sunday.

From the sounds of things, the Redskins locker room is about to implode. Robert Griffin III is lashing out at his team. Coach Jay Gruden is firing back at RG3. And DeSean Jackson sounds like he’ll chirp at anyone who will listen. That public airing of dirty laundry has helped puff up this spread to the point where value on Washington can’t be ignored.

Many times in sports, when things go south, getting out from under from the microscope at home is beneficial to a team. Not only that, but going on cross-country flight for a meeting with one of the NFC’s top teams is a great way to galvanize a squad that has had trouble coming together all season.

The Redskins are still an explosive team with plenty of weapons around Griffin – despite mustering only one touchdown in a loss to Tampa Bay. Washington can ground it out with Griffin and RB Alfred Morris and keep defenses guessing with Jackson’s deep threat – if the offensive line can give the QB time.

The Niners are off their own cross-country venture, winning on the road against the New York Giants Sunday. San Francisco won an ugly game and showed more struggled on offense. It was unable to parlay five interceptions into touchdowns and instead had to sweat out another fourth quarter. The 49ers have scored 17 or fewer points in three of their last four outings, so throwing a line like this at them is asking a lot.

A Redskins team escaping the turmoil with a road trip and an offensively challenged 49ers squad facing a lofty pointspread is why I’m playing on Washington as my 9* Sunday Shocker Special.

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NFL  |  Nov 23, 2014
Cincinnati Bengals vs. Houston Texans
43½ un-105
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I’m playing on the Under in Cincinnati Bengals at Houston Texans as my 9* Breakfast Club Sunday. Neither team is an offensive juggernaut but they can both throw their weight around on defense. That should keep scoring chances limited in this early Sunday kickoff.

The Bengals defense has been under fire for most the year but showed its true colors with an impressive display against the New Orleans Saints on the road Sunday. Cincinnati limited one of the NFL’s premier offensive attack to just 10 points at home, holding Drew Brees to his second lowest production all season and putting the clamps on New Orleans run game.

Houston also jumped on the back of its defense in a 23-7 victory over the Cleveland Browns. The Texans stumped the Browns rushing attack for only 58 yards and didn’t budge on third downs, with Cleveland going just 3 for 15 in those situations. Houston also snagged an interception and scooped up one of three forced fumbles.

Andy Dalton turned heads with his Brees-like performance Sunday, throwing for three touchdowns. However, a repeat performance shouldn’t be banked on against Houston. Dalton has been terribly inconsistent and had a QB rating of just 56.4 with two touchdowns and six interceptions in the four games prior. A Bengal doesn’t change its stripes that quickly.

Two teams looking to their defense to get the job done and a QB ripe for regression is why I’m playing on Under in Cincinnati at Houston as my 9* Breakfast Club Sunday.


Ben Burns burst onto the sports betting scene in the 1990s, first making his selections available to the public in 1998. Now entering his tenth year, Ben has become one of the most successful and well-respected handicappers on the entire Internet.

From 1998 to 2006, Ben had his selections documented by the Big Guy Sports Monitor. During that time, he accumulated numerous seasonal titles in all the major sports. In fact, competing against a field of 150, Ben's NFL selections still rank as #1 of all-time there. With such a commanding lead over the field, it is highly unlikely that his all-time NFL record there will ever be matched.

Like all handicappers, Ben goes through both hot and cold streaks. However, whether winning or losing, he always "tells it like it is." Perhaps more importantly, as his many fans are quick to point out, Ben's winning weeks tend to greatly outnumber his losing ones. Note that Ben followed up an extremely strong 2006 with an even better campaign in 2007!

Ben is known as a "Totals Expert" and his over/under plays are highly sought after in all sports. In addition to his "total" success, Ben's "sides" are also known for their sizzling hot streaks. While he advocates playing all his selections equally, Ben's knack for nailing his "Big" plays is truly remarkable.

Ben capped off a highly successful college football season by winning his Bowl Game of the Year, a 41-10 wire-to-wire destruction on Georgia over Hawaii. Ben's NFL playoffs didn't go as well though and he lost his first ever Super Bowl selection, when the Patriots were upset by the Giants. Despite that rare setback, Ben's Super Bowl record remains at 10-1 for his career. Additionally, his NFL playoff picks remain a powerful 47-22 (68%) ATS the past six years. Ben isn't just a football expert though, as his hockey, baseball AND basketball picks are also highly respected.

Ben logs extremely long hours. His hard work clearly shows itself in his high quality writeups and extraordinary long-term records. If you're looking for an honest, hard-working handicapper with a documented history of success, give Ben Burns a try. We're sure that you'll be impressed!

Ben Burns has been one of the top names in sports handicapping ever since making his picks public in 1998.  Ben has built an impeccable reputation by being one of the most honest men in the business.  He is widely considered an expert in every sport for over/under picks, but has also shown significant success in picking winners against the spread.

What clients love most about following Ben Burns is his in-depth analysis.  Few, if any, handicappers match his consistent insight.  This allows you to learn how to handicap your own games as you learn from one of the sharpest minds in the industry.

Ben is a self-proclaimed contraritan, meaning he often times finds those teams that the square betting public is backing and plays against them.  This method has paid off in spades, particularly in the NFL.  Keep in mind that this is no a conscious effort, but that his game analysis often points to the winning side of the game that few others are able to see.

Ben Burns has been monitored all over the place, including Big Guy Sports, where he is the All-Time leader in the NFL.  He has collected numerous seasonal awards, but is most proud of turning a profit for his clients year-in and year-out.

Since joining our network, Ben has racked up seven top-10 finishes across the NFL, NBA, college football, and baseball.  He has finished in the top 10 in college football four times and is one of our best five college handicappers of all-time.  His talents also extend to the hardwood, where he has also recorded three top-10 finishes including a 2nd place overall finish in 2010.