Friday, September 12, 2008

Vox Pix (2)

Good God, I am worked up like Catherine Trammell for the football in our immediate future. I'll hold off on the hyperbole for this weekend, since we all know what's at stake. What you want from me is more winners to supplement your bankroll. After two straight winning weeks, we are now happily gambling with the book's money.

In the past fifteen years, I can recall only three times when our Bucks were double-digit dogs. 1994, against a powerhouse Penn State team featuring Kerry Collins and Curtis Enis that destroyed us on Halloween weekend. 1999 vs. The School Up North; the spread was eleven, I believe, and OSU covered thanks to a gritty performance by Steve Bellisari. 2003, the title game against Miami. Vegas gave us two touchdowns, and we know what happened.

If you lay ten or more points to Tressel, you are going to get burned.
Ohio State (+11) over USC

Last week: 0-1
Season: 1-1

Last week, I picked up where I left off in 2007. I am now 22-12-2 in my last 36 NFL wagers. The Browns-Cowboys line, as I noted, was one of the easiest plays in week 1 history. And Bufallo laid a no-doubt cover on the weaker Seahawks. Here are your week 2 plays: (I loved the Chiefs at -2.5 against Oakland on Monday morning, After the Raiders played poorly on Monday Night, the line moved to -3.5 on Tuesday, and I can't recommend my clients lay that extra point. If you bought K.C. at -2.5, you are an astute 'capper.)

Broncos (-1) over San Diego
Texans (-4.5) over Baltimore

Last week: 2-0
Season: 2-0


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SamVox is not a professional handicapper, but a premier one. He has been gambling his entire adult life and has experienced every sickening turn and nasty twist of fate that occurs during a football season. What distinguishes the Vox is his amazing intuition, astoundingly long memory, attention to detail and preparation, aversion to propaganda and access to the industry's sharpest bettors. He is a two time Pick'Em champion and went 20-12-2 against the spread with his Vox Pix in 2007. His critically-dismissed Vox in the Box column also appears here at