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Ben nailed three of his five NFL selections on Sunday. However, a loss on the ice prevented a winning day overall. Tonight's big game features the Texans and the Steelers. Insiders know that Burns DOMINATES Mon's!

With last night’s laugher on the Broncos, Ben Burns is now a PERFECT 5-0 in October w/ his S.N.F. & M.N.F. selections. He’s nailed two totals (1 ‘over,’ 1 ‘under’) & his three sides have won by a combined score of 112-34. Tonight, Burns is STEPPING OUT BIG w/ one of his coveted 10* BLUE CHIP releases, going for SIX STRAIGHT. You know what to do!

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Burns' World Series Game 1 Winner! +$41K MLB RUN!

Ben Burns CLEANED UP at the ballpark again this year, proving that his annual trips to watch spring training in person (Arizona last year, Florida the year before) are money well spent. Burns enters the World Series on a SENSATIONAL 248-146 (+$41,093) MLB RUN & he believes there's only one way to go for Game 1. Care to join him? 

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Matchup Selection W/L
NHL  |  Oct 19, 2014
Calgary Flames vs. Winnipeg Jets
Winnipeg Jets
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I’m playing on the WINNIPEG JETS. It hasn’t been the kind of start to the season the Jets have wanted, but a lengthy homestand can fix a lot of things - especially when the opponent is closing out an equally long road trip. That’s what Winnipeg faces Sunday night, as it takes on a Calgary Flames team playing the finale of a six-game trek.

The Jets did a lot of things well in Friday’s 2-0 loss to Nashville that kicked off a stretch of five consecutive home games. Winnipeg outshot Nashville 31-27 and killed off all four Predators power-play chances - extending the Jets’ streak of season-opening penalty kills to 18. The Jets have just one goal in their last three games despite recording 30 shots or more in each of them - simply put, they’ve been snake-bitten. And a similar performance against Calgary should yield better results. 

As for the Flames, they’ve racked up some serious frequent flyer miles so far - and it may be wearing on them. They didn’t look sharp against the Blue Jackets on Friday until they were already behind 3-0. And if you consider their showing the game before that - when they beat Chicago despite being outshot 50-18 - it’s clear the Flames are just about ready to head back to Calgary. They’ve also won just eight of the last 32 times playing a fourth game in six nights. 

I like the home team here. A lot.

9* Personal Favorite 

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NFL  |  Oct 19, 2014
Kansas City Chiefs vs. San Diego Chargers
San Diego Chargers
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I’m playing on the CHARGERS. Philip Rivers and Co. have been one of the most impressive home teams so far this season, outscoring the opposition 94-35. And while the visiting Kansas City Chiefs have looked decent in their three road outings so far in 2014, I don’t how they can match Rivers on offense - or stop him on defense.

Rivers has led the Chargers to five wins in a row, with the offense putting up 30 or more points four times in that stretch. And while that run includes victories over Jacksonville, the New York Jets and Oakland - three teams that aren’t exactly Super Bowl contenders - it kicked off with triumphs over Seattle and Buffalo. Rivers has dissected every defense he has encountered since Week 2, and the Chiefs - despite ranking seventh in opposing passing yards per game (214.4) - shouldn’t mount much resistance.

Kansas City’s running game needs to be respected - Jamaal Charles is a phenomenal talent, and his backup (Knile Davis) did terrific work in his absence. But Alex Smith and the passing game has been largely underwhelming yet again, ranked second-last in yards per game (197.4) with just eight touchdowns through five games. As good as Charles is, he can’t do it himself against a Chargers team that should challenge the 30-point plateau.

San Diego comes in 7-1 ATS in its last eight games; expect that trend to continue this week.

10* Personal Favorite

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NFL  |  Oct 19, 2014
San Francisco 49ers vs. Denver Broncos
Denver Broncos
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I’m playing on the BRONCOS. Denver appears to have hit its stride after struggling prior to the bye week, winning handily over the Arizona Cardinals and New York Jets. Its reward: a home date with a San Francisco 49ers unit that fell asleep at the switch early on before rallying to beat St. Louis.

Led by Peyton Manning and his usual cast of characters, the Denver offense has rolled to 72 points over the past two games - and probably could have scored a lot more than that if it really wanted to. Aside from a rough three-quarter stretch in Seattle - where more than a few teams have had trouble over the years -  Manning and the Broncos have looked an awful lot like they did last season. Expect the Broncos to pick on the 49ers’ secondary, particularly since they will likely struggle to do much on the ground. 

San Francisco fell behind 14-0 early against the Rams and was fortunate to pull away, taking advantage of several St. Louis miscues. The 49ers shouldn’t expect a repeat from a Broncos side that is allowing the fourth-fewest yards per game in the NFL (318.2). Add in a decimated 49ers defensive line that will be likely be without Patrick Willis, and the Broncos are primed for a big win in prime time.

10* - SNF Game Of The Year

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NFL  |  Oct 19, 2014
Seattle Seahawks vs. St. Louis Rams
St. Louis Rams
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I’m playing on the RAMS. St. Louis’ true ability level is somewhere between Monday’s dominant first quarter against San Francisco and the dreadful 45 minutes that followed. But the Rams have been sensational at bouncing back from big home losses, and take on a Seattle team that looks nothing like a defending Super Bowl champion.   

St. Louis squandered a golden opportunity to oust a division rival at home, but expect Austin Rivers and Co. to come back strong. The Rams have covered their last five games following a double-digit loss at home, most recently winning outright in Tampa Bay in Week 2 after getting thumped in their season opener against Minnesota. The Rams also thrive against strong road teams, going 7-1-1 ATS in their last nine when facing teams with winning road records.

The Seahawks’ reputation as a defensive juggernaut took yet another hit last week with a stunning 30-20 home loss to the Dallas Cowboys. And while it’s unlikely that the Rams will hang 400 yards on Seattle like the Cowboys did, Davis is still more than capable of exploiting the Seahawks’ less-than-elite secondary. Seattle has also looked ordinary in its two home games, losing by nine in San Diego and needing a sensational rushing effort from Russell Wilson to prevail in Washington. 

9* - Breakfast Club

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NFL  |  Oct 19, 2014
Cleveland Browns vs. Jacksonville Jaguars
Jacksonville Jaguars
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I’m playing on the JAGUARS. Jacksonville nearly pulled out its first win of the season in Tennessee last weekend, and now returns home to face a Cleveland Browns team that is giving up more than 400 yards per game. I’ll happily take the points here, even with the Jags’ offense still struggling to find its legs.

The switch from Chad Henne to Blake Bortles hasn’t yet resulted in more points on the scoreboard, but it has allowed Jacksonville to sustain longer drives and keep the beleaguered defense fresh. The Jaguars averaged just over 24 minutes of possession time in its first three games, and close to 29 minutes in three contests since. That has had a major impact on a defensive unit that has limited opponents to 33 combined points in back-to-back losses.

The Jaguars are also committed to running the ball more - and that could cause a problem for a Browns defense surrendering the most rushing yards per game in the NFL (149.6). And these aren’t elite rushing games the Browns are facing - they allow 149 yards on the ground against Tennessee, 160 versus Baltimore and 174 to New Orleans. Jacksonville hasn’t run the ball well all season - but I believe they’ll do so with plenty of success this Sunday.

10* - Best Bet

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NFL  |  Oct 19, 2014
Arizona Cardinals vs. Oakland Raiders
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I’m playing on the RAIDERS. Oakland is still looking for its first outright win, but looked good in last week’s narrow loss to San Diego and remains home for a date with an Arizona Cardinals team that has struggled mightily to contain opposing pass attacks all season long.

I’m not expecting much rushing in this one; the Cardinals rank 30th in yards-per-game average (85.6) and third in fewest yards allowed (75.8) while the Raiders are averaging just 72 yards per contest on the ground. But rookie Raiders quarterback Derek Carr erupted for 282 yards and four scores against a Chargers defense that came in as one of the stingiest against the pass - and now he gets to feast on a Cards secondary allowing a league-high 309 yards per contest through the air.

Oakland is also resilient, going 7-3-1 ATS in its last 11 games after allowing 350 or more yards in its previous outing. With the Cardinals expecting to start either Carson Palmer, who chucked 13 interceptions in eight road games last season, or unproven Drew Stanton, who has completed fewer than 49 percent of his passes, I don’t have faith that the offense will score enough to make up for what could be a rough day on the Arizona D.

10* - Non-Conference Game Of The Year


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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!

Handicapper Ben Burns has been analyzing sports and looking at odds nearly all of his life, but he is now going into his 10th year of offering his sports picks accessible to the general public. During that span he has escalated to the pinnacle of the handicapping world and is now one of the most flourishing and respectable names in the industry.

Burns has gathered national attention for his numerous season titles in all sports. His NFL betting tips rank him #1 at a few of the leading sports monitors and his figures in the sport will most likely never be beaten by another handicapper. While he does go through ups and downs like each different handicapper in the industry, you'll always see him saying it like it is. However, you'll see his numerous winning streaks outnumbering his few little losing streaks. If you take a look at his record over long term then we have no incertitude you will be struck by the cash that he racks up for clients.

If you bet totals, then you really should see which over/under plays he's making every night. Don't take this the wrong way though, since he easily beats the football betting lines, basketball betting lines, and baseball odds for sides as well. And, if you like watching your action then there isn't anybody better at picking out the hard victors on national televised contests.

Last year his football picks were very prosperous, and he ended his season in a 41-10 rout by taking the Bulldogs over Hawaii for his Game of the Year. If you want to lay lots of action on the Super Bowl, then his picks on the game are now 10-1 over his life history. However, Ben doesn't just concentrate on football, his baseball, college basketball, and pro basketball picks are all very moneymaking and win customers loads of money.

There are not a lot of services that can put the long hours in that Ben can and his work shows with the detailed writeups that he releases with his plays, and the exceedingly high win-rate that his picks achieve. If you want one of the hardest-working handicapping services in the industry who has a documented history of winning, give Ben a try and we know that you'll realize that you have found a winner!