Week Three NFL Lines: The Quick Read

Posted: 27th September 2009 by Louis Pisano in NFL
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Injuries are mounting around the league, and depth is becoming more of a factor as the season plugs on. Some of the previous perennial powerhouses are being usurped by upstart youth, not only as players but in the coaching roles as well. The youth movement is on and looks to continue. á Browns @ Ravens 13.5 O/U 38.5 The inept rushing attack of this Browns team is facing the best rush D in the league, which is only yielding 41 yards per game. Quinn has struggled mightily, and the defense seems to fall apart in the second half. Willis McGahee and Ray Rice have been running wild, combining to rank the Ravens fourth in the league with an average of 164 yards per game. They are going up against a D giving up 205.5 yards per game on the ground, ranking them 31st overall. Flacco is just getting ...

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Week Three NFL Lines: The Quick Read

Posted: 27th September 2009 by Louis Pisano in NFL
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Injuries are mounting around the league, and depth is becoming more of a factor as the season plugs on. Some of the previous perennial powerhouses are being usurped by upstart youth, not only as players but in the coaching roles as well. The youth movement is on and looks to continue. á Browns @ Ravens 13.5 O/U 38.5 The inept rushing attack of this Browns team is facing the best rush D in the league, which is only yielding 41 yards per game. Quinn has struggled mightily, and the defense seems to fall apart in the second half. Willis McGahee and Ray Rice have been running wild, combining to rank the Ravens fourth in the league with an average of 164 yards per game. They are going up against a D giving up 205.5 yards per game on the ground, ranking them 31st overall. Flacco is just getting ...

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Article written by Louis Pisano

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