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Nelly’s Top Play Wins – Great start to October!

Nelly’s delivered a winning Saturday in college football and moved to 2-0 in 9* Top Plays this season!

Check out our NFL 2/3 for Sunday – the picks in our 2/3 offers have gone 20-10 this season with four 3-0 sweeps, including last Sunday!

Point Train went 3-0 last Sunday and has been an excellent in over/under plays this season! Don’t miss his 10-unit NFL Total of the Year for Sunday’s Week 5 schedule – pay only after you win!

The Big E has won three consecutive 10* NFL Biggies – don’t miss his 10* today in one of the prominent games on the Week 5 schedule. Big E is expecting a MNF pick as well this week.

Maximum Sports as a three-pack of NFL selections for Sunday including a higher rated 5* Game of the Week.

Bobby Dalton had a big 4-1 football day including 7star and 10star wins on Saturday! He is 6-2 in football 10star picks this season!

Check out FIVE selections for Sunday coming later this morning!

Baseball action continues with possible playoff picks later today in the ALCS – Nelly’s finished the reg. season on a 10-3 run and Dalton closed the reg. season on a 12-3 run.

FREE PICK SUNDAY: Miami Dolphins +10 over Tampa Bay Buccaneers

After a breakthrough 10-6 season in 2020, Miami has elevated expectations this season. Squeaking out a Week 1 win over New England on the road seemed to be a step in that direction but the Dolphins have now lost three straight games. After the disastrous home opener with Buffalo, the past two games have been competitive games, losing in overtime in Las Vegas while losing by 10 last week hosting Indianapolis. Jacoby Brissett is a veteran backup but the offense has been limited with Brissett throwing for only 583 yards over three games despite 119 attempts, averaging just 4.9 yards per attempt. Brissett has mostly avoided interceptions however and Tampa Bay has allowed the most passing yards in the NFL this season through four weeks. The Buccaneers are averaging only 1.8 sacks per game as well as so far, the defense has taken a significant step backward. Last week’s win at New England was an emotional affair and a fortunate result as the Buccaneers are 3-1 this season but with two wins coming by only two points each. The only lopsided win vs. Atlanta was a misleading result as Tampa Bay led by just three with 10 minutes remaining before a short-field score and two defensive touchdowns. Tampa Bay deserves to be considered the NFC favorites but right now the team is not playing like it. Injuries continue to deplete the roster as well with Rob Gronkowski ruled out again and four offensive linemen on the IR. Antoine Winfield and Jamel Dean are questionable in a secondary that already has three players on IR as the Buccaneers are likely to continue to struggle against the pass. In the Tom Brady era, the Buccaneers have been this big of a favorite just four times, going 2-2 ATS and all those games came against losing teams last season plus Atlanta early this season in a coaching transition and coming off a losing season. Miami should not be graded as a 1-3 team as this is still a middle-of-the-pack AFC team with a good chance to play itself into a wild card position. Miami is allowing just 6.8 yards per pass attempt and 5.5 yards per play this season as an above average defense and 1-3 teams priced as double-digit underdogs have covered at an 80 percent clip since 2009 in Game 5 as this is a desperate spot for Miami, and they catch Tampa Bay in a less than ideal roster and situational set-up.