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Well, the long wait is over and Championship weekend is here in the NFL. The numbers will be sharp with a shorter slate, so pick your spots or live bet.

Hoops season is something I'm hitting heavy now and soccer as always is part of the menu. Let's end the football season on a big note, good luck!

New Plays

Coming soon

1/21 205 CST

Chelsea/Arsenal over 2.5 5U MAX

535

Jimmy Garoppolo Over 1.5 pass Td 2U


Rodgers Under 244.5 pass yards 2U


Kittle over 74.5 rec yards 2U


Niners TT FH over 13.5 5U MAX

350 CST

Clippers -3.5 3rd Q 1U

3rd Q TT over 30.5 1U

2nd half over 117 1U

1.18  224CST

Richmond at George Mason 2nd half over 74 3U

Previous Plays

Houston Texans at Kansas City Chiefs - AFC Divisional Playoffs3rd Q over 10.5 2u

Chiefs 2nd half TT over 17 5U MAX

456 CST

San Francisco 49ers 2nd half TT over 13.5 3U

720 CST

New Orleans Pelicans at New York Knicks

2nd half over 110 3U

Pelicans TT over 55.5 3U

Pelicans 3rd Q TT over 27.5 3U

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Be sure to check out my show MoneyLine with Josh Jordan on ESPN 97.5. We're on every Sunday from 10-noon, and we'll talk a lot of fantasy football and NFL gambling. Also, be sure to follow us @Moneyline975 on Twitter.

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How Astros retribution campaign hinges on solving outfield balancing act

While most of the Astros roster is returning for the 2024 season, there are still some areas of uncertainty for the club. Astros manager Joe Espada will have some tough decisions to make in his first season managing the team.

The Astros infield is set, so we know who will be playing on a nightly basis, assuming health. The outfield is where things get tricky. Espada told the Houston Chronicle last week that he hopes to play Alvarez more in left field this season, which would open up the DH spot for Chas McCormick and players he would like to rest while keeping their bat in the lineup (Yainer Diaz, Jose Altuve, etc).

Astros GM Dana Brown would like to see if Jake Meyers can hit well enough to play regularly in center field. This is a team that stresses defense, which Meyers provides. But if defense is the top priority, wouldn't that mean Chas McCormick should play left field with Yordan Alvarez hitting in the DH spot?

Certainly, there will be nights when that's the case. The reality of the situation is all these guys are going to play, but how much and where is yet to be seen.

Houston plays 20 games in 21 days to start the season, so it's not going to take long to see if Meyers is providing enough offense to play regularly. If we get into the month of May and Meyers is an offensive liability in the lineup, we won't be surprised if his playing time starts to decrease. But by how much?

Don't miss the video as we examine how Joe Espada will deploy his outfielders and get the most out of the DH this season!

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