Professor MJ’s Picks for NFL 2020: Week 14

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Top 5 Online Slots 2020

Among the many gambling entertainments in online casinos, slot machines are taking a special place in the gambler’s hearts gamblers. 

The secret of success lies in simple rules, a variety of topics, availability of bonus options, and the possibility of a big win. There are hundreds of different models of devices in the casino. An impressive assortment often confuses even experienced players, not to mention beginners. You can go to the Gamblerkey.org website and make sure of it. To help gamblers to choose video slots, we have compiled a rating of the top 5 online slots 2020, which has gotten a reliable reputation and captured the hearts of many players.

Divine Fortune

Divine Fortune is a breathtaking game slot from NetEnt with a progressive 3-levels jackpot. The game was firstly released in 2017.

You are back in the antique Greece civilization, where mythology and reality become one dreaming world. Creatures such as Minotaur, Medusa, and Phoenix roam the reels. Moreover, this game has many fascinating bonus features. The free spins option from Wild to Wild can bring you great trophies, but the progressive Mega Jackpot is a true prize here.

Book of Ra

Book of Ra is a fabulous slot from the Novomatic studio. The slot game has become popular in land-based gambling houses. With the development of a casino in the digital world, the Book of Ra slot game appeared as a virtual version. It has gained even more fans online. Over the years, Book of Ra has been ranked among the best slots for a number of reasons, including a fascinating plot component, payout ratios up to x5000, a risk game with a choice of color of cards to double the winnings, etc.

Book of Ra is a splendid pick for those who love adventure slots and are ready to take risks to get a big prize payout.

Gonzo’s Quest – The Search for Eldorado

Gonzo’s Quest is a free device from the well-known manufacturer Net Entertainment, which will take you to the times of conquistadors, new discoveries, and searches for a mysterious city called Eldorado. In the center of the plot is the adventurous and brave traveler Gonzo, who decided to fool the Spaniards and find treasures with his own hands. Try your luck on a 5-reel attraction with bonus features and high odds. For a harmless holiday, there is always a free mode that uses virtual currency as bets.

Mega Moolah

The Mega Moolah slot is a revolutionary game that meet the level of Microgaming. It was the first out of many slot machines developed by the company to feature several progressive jackpots at once alongside several new ways to win them and get paid. 

Although this game title has been on the market for a comparatively a great while, it continues to be enormously popular. From the moment of origin, the gamblers support the growth of the jackpot, creating enormous wins at the Mega Moolah slot.

StarBurst

Starburst makes a special feeling due to its abundance of exclusive functions. Ten fixed lines for a payout are selected individually. So, it is of great importance for the player to have a trial-trip with different tactics.

The winning lines are applied not only in the direction from the left side to the right, as is usually the case on other video slots but also in the opposite direction. Besides, there is a “Wild” symbol on every reel, and it leads to an increase in the winnings.

These video slots are in demand among gambling lovers. You may probably notice that each of the slots has a bit from the traditional solutions and something that makes it outstanding and unique. For sure, there are many more options to pick up from, but many popular informative sources place these slots above others. If you desire to get more information about these slot games and discover something new, then check free slots collection here.

What is the best slot machine for you? If you haven’t decided yet, you find out the favorite ones among the slot machines over time.

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Saints VS Falcons on Week 13: Played With Limited Participation!

 

 

2020-21 NFL Computer Predictions and Rankings Football games Team News  saints played participation limited falcons  Seeing a ‘Q’ on a team’s lineup is a caution for fantasy team managers. It often means a questionable designation, indicating that the player will have a 50% chance of playing their upcoming match. Currently, the New Orleans Saints and the Atlanta Falcons have a considerable number of questionable players on their lineup.

 

This unexpected event adds an interesting challenge for football fantasy team managers, who have to come up with a strategy to deal with these circumstances. They can decide between replacing them with substitute players or retain them. While this is a tough call for fantasy team managers, it’s no doubt that it’s enjoyable. If you’re interested in becoming one, you can get started with FanDuel.

 

But before picking someone from these teams to include in your fantasy roster, watch out for the names on this list, as they might be limited participants.      

Saints’ Alvin Kamara

Suffering from a foot injury, Kamara will be restricted in their upcoming Sunday game. The running back was included on the list of limited participants on Wednesday’s practice report. It will cause him to play 50% less than his regular performance to avoid straining his injury. While fans expect the Falcons’ offenses, his backfield snaps might not be in full power. 

Saints’ Michael Thomas 

Thomas was still labeled as WR2 in football fantasy despite his uncertain play on Sunday due to his ankle injury. But it did not stop the Saints from having him play against the Falcons this coming Week 13. 

 

He tweaked his ankle at their heavy-run approach on the Denver Broncos last Week 12. Like Kamara, the wide receiver was also reported as a limited participant on the Saint’s lineup during Wednesday’s practice. 

Saints’ Marcus Davenport 

Davenport suffered a concussion that led him unable to practice on Thursday. Playing as the defensive end on Week 13 is still unsure as he’s marked as a limited participant on the Saint’s lineup.

Saints’ Marquez Callaway 

Thomas will also miss Thursday’s practice due to his minor knee sprain. He obtained his knee injury during their last game against the Broncos when he stumbled off the field, which ruled him out after halftime. With the wide receiver’s condition, the Saints are short-handed on good players for their next game. 

Falcons’ Todd Gurley

Gurley suffered a knee injury that caused his Wednesday practice to be limited. Furthermore, he will miss his practice on Thursday as his day off. Unfortunately for fantasy team managers, the running back was also listed on the list of limited participants on the Falcon’s lineup. His injury issues had held him out on his practice, even becoming inactive at their game against the Las Vegas Raiders. Having him on their approaching match against the Saints will be determined on their Friday’s practice report.

Falcons’ Calvin Ridley

As reported during their Wednesday practice, Ridley was also on limited participation due to his mid-foot sprain injury. He was forced out during last Sunday’s game when his left ankle was twisted on reception. However, he managed to return to the game twice. 

 

He is still a WR1 for their upcoming matchup against the Saints, even though his participation will not be 100% in that game. 

Falcons’ Julio Jones 

Jones was one of the Falcons’ players who were also on the limited participation list while recovering from an unfortunate hamstring injury. However, he was back on minimal practice last Wednesday, and he could go back to play for the upcoming match. 

 

Still, he did not participate in their matchup with the Raiders last Sunday and even missed out on more games before due to his worsening condition at that time.   

Falcon’s Hayden Hurst 

Hurst is another Falcons player who also became a limited participant reported at their Wednesday practice. Due to his ankle injury, his practices were kept to a minimum. However, to the Falcons and their fans, it was a good sign that he might be able to play for the upcoming game this Sunday. So far, he did not miss any game this season despite his ankle injury, which occurred recently.

Falcon’s Dante Fowler 

Fowler is also on the list of limited participation, as announced during their Wednesday practice and the upcoming matchup this Sunday due to his hamstring injuries. Even though his injury still hasn’t fully recovered, he has been able to play through it. His injury had him missing their Week 9 game against the Denver Broncos, but later on, he still played in their later games despite trying to recover from his injury. 

 

Takeaway 

While these players might be in an adequate condition to play their upcoming game, they might not endure that much due to being included in the list. The worst thing a fantasy team manager might encounter is if the player is withdrawn from the game, hindering them from winning. But looking at the other possibility, these players might contribute more scores than anyone else on the team. They’re professionals and already know how they can handle their injuries.

 

 

Seeing a ‘Q’ on a team’s lineup is a caution for fantasy team managers. It often means a questionable designation, indicating that the player will have a 50% chance of playing their upcoming match. Currently, the New Orleans Saints and the Atlanta Falcons have a considerable number of questionable players on their lineup.

 

This unexpected event adds an interesting challenge for football fantasy team managers, who have to come up with a strategy to deal with these circumstances. They can decide between replacing them with substitute players or retain them. While this is a tough call for fantasy team managers, it’s no doubt that it’s enjoyable. If you’re interested in becoming one, you can get started with FanDuel.

 

But before picking someone from these teams to include in your fantasy roster, watch out for the names on this list, as they might be limited participants.      

Saints’ Alvin Kamara

Suffering from a foot injury, Kamara will be restricted in their upcoming Sunday game. The running back was included on the list of limited participants on Wednesday’s practice report. It will cause him to play 50% less than his regular performance to avoid straining his injury. While fans expect the Falcons’ offenses, his backfield snaps might not be in full power. 

Saints’ Michael Thomas 

Thomas was still labeled as WR2 in football fantasy despite his uncertain play on Sunday due to his ankle injury. But it did not stop the Saints from having him play against the Falcons this coming Week 13. 

 

He tweaked his ankle at their heavy-run approach on the Denver Broncos last Week 12. Like Kamara, the wide receiver was also reported as a limited participant on the Saint’s lineup during Wednesday’s practice. 

Saints’ Marcus Davenport 

Davenport suffered a concussion that led him unable to practice on Thursday. Playing as the defensive end on Week 13 is still unsure as he’s marked as a limited participant on the Saint’s lineup.

Saints’ Marquez Callaway 

Thomas will also miss Thursday’s practice due to his minor knee sprain. He obtained his knee injury during their last game against the Broncos when he stumbled off the field, which ruled him out after halftime. With the wide receiver’s condition, the Saints are short-handed on good players for their next game. 

Falcons’ Todd Gurley

Gurley suffered a knee injury that caused his Wednesday practice to be limited. Furthermore, he will miss his practice on Thursday as his day off. Unfortunately for fantasy team managers, the running back was also listed on the list of limited participants on the Falcon’s lineup. His injury issues had held him out on his practice, even becoming inactive at their game against the Las Vegas Raiders. Having him on their approaching match against the Saints will be determined on their Friday’s practice report.

Falcons’ Calvin Ridley

As reported during their Wednesday practice, Ridley was also on limited participation due to his mid-foot sprain injury. He was forced out during last Sunday’s game when his left ankle was twisted on reception. However, he managed to return to the game twice. 

 

He is still a WR1 for their upcoming matchup against the Saints, even though his participation will not be 100% in that game. 

Falcons’ Julio Jones 

Jones was one of the Falcons’ players who were also on the limited participation list while recovering from an unfortunate hamstring injury. However, he was back on minimal practice last Wednesday, and he could go back to play for the upcoming match. 

 

Still, he did not participate in their matchup with the Raiders last Sunday and even missed out on more games before due to his worsening condition at that time.   

Falcon’s Hayden Hurst 

Hurst is another Falcons player who also became a limited participant reported at their Wednesday practice. Due to his ankle injury, his practices were kept to a minimum. However, to the Falcons and their fans, it was a good sign that he might be able to play for the upcoming game this Sunday. So far, he did not miss any game this season despite his ankle injury, which occurred recently.

Falcon’s Dante Fowler 

Fowler is also on the list of limited participation, as announced during their Wednesday practice and the upcoming matchup this Sunday due to his hamstring injuries. Even though his injury still hasn’t fully recovered, he has been able to play through it. His injury had him missing their Week 9 game against the Denver Broncos, but later on, he still played in their later games despite trying to recover from his injury. 

 

Takeaway 

While these players might be in an adequate condition to play their upcoming game, they might not endure that much due to being included in the list. The worst thing a fantasy team manager might encounter is if the player is withdrawn from the game, hindering them from winning. But looking at the other possibility, these players might contribute more scores than anyone else on the team. They’re professionals and already know how they can handle their injuries.

 

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Week 13 NFL Betting: Watch the Money Flow

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Sunday 1 p.m. ET: Cleveland Browns at Tennessee Titans

If the playoffs started today both of these teams would be in, with Tennessee the 3-seed and Cleveland the 5-seed. The Browns (8-3 SU, 4-7 ATS) have won three straight, most recently fending off the Jags 27-25 last week but failing to cover as 7.5-point road favorites. Similarly, the Titans (8-3 SU, 5-6 ATS) have won two straight and just crushed the Colts 45-26, winning outright as 3-point road dogs. This line opened with Tennessee listed as a 4-point home favorite. The public is split and doesn’t know who to take. On the one hand, both teams are 8-3 so how can you not grab the Browns getting the points? But then again, the Titans have been rolling in recent weeks while Cleveland is barely eking out wins. However, despite this split ticket count, we’ve seen pros hammer the Titans, pushing Tennessee up from -4 to -5.5. Pros have also targeted the over, driving the total up from 52 to 54. Both teams are profitable to the over, with the Browns 6-5 and the Titans 8-2-1.

Sunday 4:05 p.m. ET: Los Angeles Rams at Arizona Cardinals

Both of these NFC West rivals are jockeying for playoff positioning and looking to rebound from disappointing losses. The Rams (7-4 SU, 6-5 ATS) just fell to the 49ers 23-20, losing outright as 5-point home dogs. Meanwhile, the Cardinals (6-5 SU, 5-6 ATS) have dropped two straight, most recently falling to the Patriots 20-17 and failing to cover as 1-point road favorites. This line opened with Los Angeles listed as a short 1.5-point road favorite. Wiseguys think this line is a bit low and have rushed to the window to lay the points with the Rams. This respected action has pushed Los Angeles from -1.5 to -2.5. Road teams with a line move in their favor are 55-45 ATS (55%) this season. If this line reaches 3, expect some buyback on the divisional dog Cardinals getting the key number. Sharps have also targeted this under, dropping the total from 49 to 48.5. Both of these teams are profitable to the under, with the Rams 8-3 and the Cardinals 7-3-1. Historically, late season divisional unders have been a smart bet.

Sunday 4:25 p.m. ET: New England Patriots at Los Angeles Chargers

This non-division AFC showdown features one team fighting for their playoff life and the other totally out of it and looking to secure a high draft pick. The Patriots (5-6 SU, 5-6 ATS) kept their faint postseason hopes alive last week with a 20-17 win over the Cardinals, winning outright as a 1-point home dog. Meanwhile, the Chargers (3-8 SU, 4-6-1 ATS) just fell to the Bills 27-17, failing to cover as 4-point road dogs. Los Angeles is 1-4 in their last five games while the Patriots are 3-1 over their last four games. This line opened with the Chargers listed as 2.5-point home favorites. Pro bettors have pounced on the Patriots getting points, which has dropped the line all the way down to a pick’em. Road teams with a line move in their favor are 55-45 ATS (55%) this season. Wiseguys have also gotten down on the under as we’ve seen the total fall from 49 to 47. The Pats are 7-4 to the under this season while the Chargers are 7-4 to the over.

–Josh Applebaum (vsin)

 

 

 

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