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So, we’re going to scratch the PIT pick, since Roethlisberger is out with an injury. Charlie Batch in for Roethlisberger.
2-2 last week. The usual protocol this week re injuries, weather, lines, etc. And as always, “Big Plays” are games with a 4+ point edge, and “Other Plays” are games with 2-4 point edges. Getting to be a tough time of year for a system that doesn’t account for injuries — be sure to see…
3-1-1 last week, 1-0 on big picks. For detail on yearly performance, see this summary graph and/or this spreadsheet. As usual, lines are from Covers.com as of 15 minutes ago. Big Plays [18-8 YTD]: Det (+6.5) vs. GB (MP= +1.8) Other Plays [26-20-2 YTD]: Mia (+7) at Dal (MP= +3.6) SF (+3) at Bal (MP=…