Army Navy Game

December 11, 2010 by staff 

Army Navy Game, Publishing 111th Army-Navy game on Saturday in what is truly one of the purest forms of football that we have today. While we so often talk nonsense off the pitch, both teams wear it for the love of the pride of every year.

The difference this time, figures for one or two things that will swing the game in favor of the Navy senior class and an overall better team.

Both teams are – mostly – carbon copies, but overall, the Navy just does everything a little better. Both teams like to run with the ball with the option, which means that passing game will be important that the team can keep their opponent wins more honest. If so, navy and their passing game should have that advantage.

The ranks of Midshipmen of passing game 19th in passing efficiency while the crew of the Army ranks dead last in the country, from only 78 yards per game.

Lying on a touchdown pass seems to be a high price, so we’ll go with Moneyline therein and the aim for victory.

Sticking to the same party, we will double-up the total as well. It opened at 54.5 on the week and has dropped to 52.5, and then it seems we’re not the only ones who agree with sub selection.

However, when considering these two teams, passing under the part number looks smart. For starters, the last two games and 10 of the last 18 years have gone bankrupt. Both teams had long layoffs – they both last played Nov. 20 – and interestingly enough, coming bye week these two teams tend to play low-scoring affairs.

Over the past three seasons, the title is 9-2, when both teams are coming off a bye week.

The week off should also contribute to the discipline of both sides. One thing that can quickly put this game compared to the total lot of sloppy turnovers but with three weeks to prepare, both teams should be very careful with the ball.

Both teams are run oriented, and then the clock should tick the whole way through. In this spirit, what has the makings of a boxing match written all over it, then bet the title.

While San Antonio Spurs are the most praise in the Southwest Division, the Dallas Mavericks have won 11 consecutive games and are the hottest team in the NBA right now. The Utah Jazz have not been too shabby themselves, winning eight of their last 10, but it turns out that one of these two losses was at home for the Mavericks.

Both teams are similar in that they are both very versatile offensively. But the main difference is that only the Mavericks could play a consistent brand of defense.

Dallas averages 98.5 points per game while scoring 100.6 Utah. But at the other end of the floor, Dallas allows only 92.4 while Utah allows 96.8. The Mavericks have feasted on good offensive teams this season (only average 99 points per game) as they won 13 of 15 contests.

Utah can be a tad tired road Saturday, as is their third game in four nights and the fourth in six nights. Meanwhile, Dallas is scheduled to stand because they have not played since Thursday.

The Mavericks defense, the Court field advantage and momentum should be enough to overcome a short distance home. Bet them to win and cover.

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