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FRANK’S CUTTING ROOM FLOOR FOR MONDAY, 12/11:
My “Cutting Room Floor” plays are the situations I considered the closest to being worthy of investment but did not make the “final cut” for my official plays today for subscribers. The last play I cut for Monday is with the Philadelphia 76ers minus the points versus the Washington Wizards. Philadelphia (14-7) has won two straight games after their 125-114 victory against Atlanta as an 8.5-point favorite on Friday. The 76ers have then covered the points spread in 18 of their last 26 home games after a straight-up win at home. They have also covered the point spread in 24 of their last 37 home games with the Total set at 220 or higher. Washington (3-18) has lost four games in a row after their 124-97 loss at Brooklyn as a 9.5-point underdog on Friday. The Wizards have failed to cover the point spread in 7 of their last 11 games after losing four of their last five games. They have also failed to cover the point spread in 21 of their last 30 games when playing with two days of rest. Take Philadelphia minus the points. Best of luck — Frank.
Frank Sawyer’s Hollywood Sports is on a 9 of 13 (69%) NFL Game of the Year run -- and Frank is on a long-running 161 of 265 (61%) NFL run with featured 25*/20*/10* plays after CA$HING the Denver-LA Chargers Under this afternoon! Frank is 2-0 so far today after DELIVERING his 25* CBB Big Ten Total of the Month with Michigan-Iowa Over --and now he furthers his 4 of 5 (80%) NFL Game of the Year sides mark with his 25* NFC East Game of the Year for tonight’s Philadelphia-Dallas ATS winner on NBC-TV at 8:20 PM ET! DO NOT MISS OUT!
Frank is now on a 23 of 34 (67%) NFL TOTALS TEAR with featured plays that has continued his 55 of 83 (66%) NFL Totals featured plays run! Frank has 13 PRIME-TIME SWEEPS this season which makes it 34 NFL PRIME-TIME SWEEPS since last fall — and now he furthers his 125 of 198 (63%) NFL Prime Time mark with tonight’s Philadelphia-Dallas O/U winner! CA$H-IN Frank’s Sunday Night Discounted Deal — IT’S A STEAL!
In Week 14 on Monday Night Football, we've got Tennessee (4-8, 5-7 ATS) facing off against the Dolphins (9-3, 8-4 ATS) in one of 2x MNF matchups. The game kicks off at 8:15 p.m. ET from Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, FL and will be broadcast nationally on ESPN. The initial total (O/U) is set at 47. In their recent outings, the Titans came up short against the Colts, losing 31-28 as 1-point underdogs, while the Dolphins cruised to a 45-15 win over the Commanders, covering as 9-point road favorites. This marks the 40th meeting between these two, with Miami holding a 21-18 edge. Their most recent clash was Week 17 of 2021, Titans dominated 34-3 victory. It wasn't even a contest to be honest. Over their last 10 games, Miami holds a 6-4 record. This game stays UNDER for a few reasons. #1. Running games. Mostert vs. Henry. Derrick Henry currently ranks second in the league for rushing yards this season, with a total of 841 yards. He is narrowly ahead of Raheem Mostert, who holds the third-place position with 828 rushing yards. Commanders averaged 4.9 YPC vs. Fins last week, so you know the Titans are ready to give Henry 25+ touches to keep Tua off the field. Given that MIA can also run the clock don't be surprised to see them use the run to set up the pass. It keeps that clock moving too when we see lots of RB's getting touches. I'm a fan. #2 Tennessee Can't Score! Scored 20+ just once in their L5 games. #3. DEFENSE & Ball control. Believe it or not, Fins have one of the NFL's top defenses since Week 5. #1 in EPA allowed per play. The Fins are a 2-TD FAV in this one. They'll be playing with the lead, go conservative, control the football, run, run, run. Trends, the total has gone UNDER in 12 of the Titans L16 games, and 11 of 14 games when playing IN MIAMI. For Miami the total has gone UNDER in 13 of their L20 vs. the Titans, and in 8 of the Fins L9 vs. AFC South teams. Hop on. Good Luck, Razor Ray.
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Monday NBA Free play. My selection is on Indiana minus the points over Detroit at 7:10 pm et on Monday.
The Pacers should be in a foul mood after falling flat in the final of the in-season tournament against the Lakers on Saturday. Indiana was never all that competitive in that game and eventually folded the tent in the fourth quarter. I look for a strong bounce-back performance against the 2-20 Pistons on Monday. Ordinarily a team like the Pacers might overlook Detroit but I don't believe that will be the case here. Note that the Pistons will be playing with revenge after suffering a 136-113 loss in Indiana on November 24th. That's of little consequence, however, as Detroit is a woeful 11-28 ATS in its last 39 games when seeking same-season revenge against an opponent. The Pacers have dropped the cash in consecutive games just once all season. Take Indiana.