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Vinnie’s Pick$ and Pa$$es – Week 6

Rats – That all I have to say about Cleveland/New England. We pushed, but we should have won. We were on the right side, we just couldn’t get the full win. So, we went

1-1-1

across the board last week. Oh well, better than a losing week, but I’m greedy, so let’s get a winning week 6.

Miami

+5 @

Cleveland

:

 

Cleveland

, laying more than a FG at home? Please.

Miami

is desperate to get a win. I hate

Cleveland

as a favorite – especially after a ‘letdown’ from their Superbowl last week in

New England

. Take

Miami

and the points while the

Cleveland

fans just keep cheering for the Indians.  

Miami

+5 ***

Carolina

+4 @ Arizona:

  This is too easy, the

Arizona

team rallies around their new leader, Kurt Warner. Who is the team leader of

Carolina

. Exactly. Football requires 100% on every play, without commitment and leadership, there will be no profit. 

Arizona

needs a big win for their fans, their new stadium, etc. Look for

Arizona

to fight every down, and blow out the QB-less Panthers here.  

Arizona

-4 *****

 

New Orleans

+7 @

Seattle

:

 

New Orleans

needs a win, and will play until the final snap. This is a spot play, as

New Orleans

is desperate, and will keep it close.  

New Orleans

+7 ***

 

Off to Vegas next week, will have a report from my sources at the Stardust sportsbook. Oops, that’s not there anymore, I heard the gang is hanging at the Hilton now. Next week, expect a huge play from Vinnie. One big spot this week,

Arizona

at home to make a statement – take it to the bank!

G’Luck,

Vinnie!

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