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Maximum Sports delivered a big 15* winner in his College Game of the Year on Saturday. He has a 10* TOTAL on Sunday for another top play looking to add to a 5-0 run in NFL 10* selections! Pay after you win for only $29.95!

Big E won his NCAA 25* Game of the Year two weeks ago, covering by more than 30 points. He has won five of his last seven NFL 25* GOY picks and he has a huge play for Sunday’s Week 11 schedule. Pay after you win with the B.E.S.T. for $49.94!

Point Train cashed a 6-unit top play on Saturday with a Conference USA Best Bet. Point Train has had back-to-back winning NFL tickets the past two weeks!

Bobby Dalton turned in a 3-2 Saturday to add to a huge 24-9 start to November Football, including a 13-3 NFL RUN!

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Nelly’s had a setback on Saturday, missing our 9* and suffering some close games results in the wrong direction. We’ll look to bounce back on Sunday having won our NFL 2/3 in each of the past three weeks while going 8-1 in our last nine NFL selections!

Green Sheet Keys went 5-2 Saturday but our 5-week Rating 5 winning streak came to a sharp halt with a blowout loss. Don’t miss issue #20 coming up on Wednesday.

FREE PICK SUNDAY: #465 Houston Texans +10 over Tennessee Titans 12 PM CT

Houston has lost eight straight games but six of those games were played with Davis Mills at quarterback. The two losses in which Tyrod Taylor played were respectably close games including outgaining Miami two weeks ago but losing in a one-score game. The Dolphins are trending upward despite a poor record and Taylor showed some rust with turnover issues. Now with two weeks to further recover and full practice reps, the offense should be in its best form since the strong season opening result. Few will still want to support one of the worst teams in the NFL against the team with the best record in the AFC as the Titans are greatly overpriced in Week 11. Tennessee is the most accomplished team in the NFL with several quality wins, but it has been a charmed run and the offense has been incredibly limited in the last few games despite picking up wins. Tennessee was outgained by 111 yards last week hosting the Saints but found a way to win while the Titans were outgained by 153 yards in the upset over the Rams, effectively being handed two touchdowns on interceptions in that game.  The Titans are 4-1 at home this season but only once have won by double-digits and injuries are catching up as Julio Jones and Derrick Henry are out and the offensive line is beat up with a few reserves in line to possibly start. The defense that has surprised this season also is littered with injuries as it is possible that six defensive starters could miss this week’s game. Division games are certainly a different animal and Tennessee is 9-17 ATS in this series since 2008 and this will be the biggest favorite price ever for the Titans against the Texans. Houston had had a yardage edge or deficit of 35 yards or fewer in three of the past five games and the schedule has been stiff as Miami was the first team the Texans have faced since Week 1 that currently has a losing record. A huge game with the Patriots lurks next week to add to the challenge for the Titans as any players that are borderline health-wise will likely be kept out. An 8-2 Titans squad that is a bottom 10 team in the NFL in passing and pass defense and a below average team in production on both sides of the ball could get exposed as the mediocre team most expected to see this season.