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SDQL System of the Week: Cardinals, Giants

SDQL System of the Week: Cardinals, Giants

The Killer Sports Newsletter is loaded with free picks and high-percentage, winning NFL trends and SDQL systems. In Week 2, we’re featuring one of the profiles which is “live” on two games: Houston at Oakland and Arizona at New York

The Arizona Cardinals know what they’re up against in the tough NFC West and in Week 1; the Cards were able to grind out a one-point win over San Diego. Arizona travels this week to face a Giants team who stumbled through their opener for just 197 total yards on offense. The Giants limited Detroit to 76 rushing yards but were pitiful on third down and gave up 341 passing yards – 118 more than their 2013 season average.


Early road games haven’t bothered the Cards of late and shows a 9-1 ATS record when the Birds fly east. There is another league-wide system in effect for this game, too, which has proven to be 63-percent effective in the past 25 years. Click the link for details:

SDQL Text: week = 2 and p:TY < 220


As seen in the chart, NFL teams who amassed fewer than 220 yards in their season opener have a hard time getting things straight for their next game. The record is 32-55-2 ATS (37-percent) suggesting a play AGAINST the New York Giants.


This line has flip-flopped over to Arizona -2 from an opener of New York -1 but by simply adding a few parameters we can see that small home dogs are just 3-14 straight-up with a scoring average of 17.1 points per game (PPG). Bruce Arians’ Cardinals allowed 22.8 PPG away from home last year and the defense made a few upgrades during the off-season to bolster the secondary. New York’s run game isn’t much of a threat and until Eli figures out his new offensive scheme, these Gints’ will be hard pressed to score more than 20 points.


This system is also “live” AGAINST the Oakland Raiders who finished at the bottom of the league last week with 158 yards on offense. Pick Sixty featured that contest in our Tip of the Week segment at Killer Sports’ Friday Tipsheet, free when you register at the Killer Sports homepage. If you like the Tip Sheet you may also want to have a look at the NFL Report:

– Free NFL picks from MTi and Sportsbook Breakers

– MTi’s Teaser Trends and Play

– NFL and NCAA SDQL Systems

– Player trends you won’t find anywhere else on the net


The difference between Killer Sports and other sports betting database hubs is that the plays, systems and charts are easy to research and display. The SDQL codes often accompany the picks and best bets and if you like, there is even ‘Trend Save’ feature that will alert you every time your top systems are “live”. Check out the newsletter and sign up for a free email every week with winning picks, trends and systems. What have you got to lose?


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  1. Pingback: Trends with Benefits: Week 2 NFL Betting | Pick Sixty Sports – Betting news you can use! September 14, 2014 […] a short trip up to Oakland for a game against Week 1’s worst offense. As we mentioned in our SDQL System of the Week, teams who net less than 220 yards on offense in Week 1 (Oakland) are just 32-55-2 ATS (37-percent) […]

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