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November 14, 2010 by staff
Courtesy of OddsShark.com: In today’s Daily Roundup Sports: The Steelers get visit from the Patriots, the Giants host the Cowboys rival, and Sprint Cup Series races at the Kobalt Tools 500.
Collisions on the grill. . .
Sunday night’s game highlights week 10 of the NFL calendar, with New England (6-2 SU, 4-3-1 ATS) at Pittsburgh (6-2 SU, 5-3 ATS). The Patriots will try to rebound from an embarrassing 34-14 loss to the Browns last Sunday drive, Tom Brady was held to 224 yards passing with two TD strikes. Aaron Hernandez had two catches TD for New England at this loss. The Steelers are on a road ahead 27-21 Cincinnati win, with Ben Roethlisberger throw for 163 yards and a touchdown while getting intercepted once. Rashard Mendenhall ran for 99 yards and a score in the contest for Pittsburgh. Bettors have the Steelers indexed as home favorites of 4.5 point for the game Sunday night, with the total for the contest at 45 points.
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Early-afternoon NFL games on Sunday were Cincinnati at Indianapolis (-7), Jets (-3) in Cleveland, Minnesota (-1.5) at Chicago, Tennessee (-2) at Miami Houston, Jacksonville (-1.5), Detroit at Buffalo (-3), and Carolina at Tampa Bay (-6.5). Later in the afternoon he will be Kansas City (-1) in Denver, St. Louis, San Francisco (-6), Seattle at Arizona (-3), and Dallas at Giants (-14). The Cowboys (1-7 SU, 1-7 ATS) Jason Garrett will head this week after Wade Phillips was relieved of his duties as head coach, Dallas fell 45-7 at Green Bay last week. The Giants (6-2 SU, 5-3 ATS) have won five straight games, bounce the Seattle Seahawks 41-7 in their last match.
In addition, the Canadian Football League holds first round of the playoffs Sunday at Toronto (9-9 SU, 9-9 ATS) at Hamilton (9-9 SU, 10-8 ATS) in the semi- Eastern final, and British Columbia (8-10 SU, 7-11 ATS) Saskatchewan (10-8 SU, 9-9 ATS) in the West semifinal. Bettors have the Tiger-Cats list of favorites at home by 7 points in that first contest, while the Roughriders are the house favorites by 4.5 point in the game late.
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Tipping off the hardwood. . .
The NBA has five games on tap for Sunday, with Minnesota, Atlanta, Detroit, Sacramento, and San Antonio to Oklahoma City, Houston, New York, and Phoenix at the Lakers. The Suns hosted the Los Angeles back on Oct. 29, falling from 114 to 106. Kobe Bryant led with 25 points for the Lakers in the win, while Pau Gasol was good for 21 points and nine assists. Lamar Odom picked up 18 points and 17 rebounds in the contest. Grant Hill scored a team-high 21 points for the Suns in the loss to the Lakers, while Steve Nash was held to eight points and nine assists that day.
There are also five ranked teams in action around college basketball on Sunday, with Canisius at No. 10 Syracuse, Toledo at No. 22 Temple, IUPUI at No. 12 Gonzaga, Howard at No. 14 Purdue, and Princeton at No. 1 Duke. The Blue Devils are coming with a 61-59 victory over Butler in the game of the NCAA Championship Tournament last year, and bettors have them set at 5 / 1 odds to repeat this feat at the end of this season.
Take a trip around the rink. . .
The National Hockey League has four games on its Sunday schedule this week with the Rangers, Edmonton, Minnesota, Tampa Bay, Anaheim, Chicago, Atlanta and Washington. The Thrashers and Capitals last met October 23 in Washington, with the side of the house, taking a 4-3 victory in overtime. Alexander Semin had a hat track for the Caps in this game, while Tomas Fleischmann, provided that the marker in OT. Evander Kane (two) and Andrew Ladd scored for Atlanta, with Chris Mason collecting 40 saves.
Roaring around the track. . .
Denny Hamlin, Jimmie Johnson, Kevin Harvick and will continue to jostle for top spot in the standings driver when the Sprint Cup Series stages its penultimate race of the season Sunday afternoon, the Kobalt Tools 500 at Phoenix International Raceway . Hamlin has a lead of 33 points on Johnson and an advantage of 59 points over Harvick driver ranking position in this race, thanks to his win last weekend at Texas Motor Speedway. Hamlin punters to 4 / 1 odds to take the checkered flag at Phoenix on Sunday, with front at 3 / 1 odds Johnson and Harvick further back at 10 / 1 odds.
Finally, the Formula 1 drivers will end their 2010 campaign on Sunday with the Grand Prix of Abu Dhabi. Fernando Alonso sits atop the drivers’ championship with 246 points heading into this race, ahead of Mark Webber (238), Sebastian Vettel (231), and Lewis Hamilton (222). Alonso set to bettors have 4 / 1 odds for the win on Sunday, with Webber 3 / 2 odds, odds to 19/10 Vettel and Hamilton 7 / 1 odds. Alonso is also the favorite of -125 to score enough points to win the drivers championship.
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