GC: Sunday NFL System Club Play

Sunday AFC Game of the Year has 100% System that dates to 1979 and leads a solid card with a 19-0 totals Angle a Sweet 3 team teaser and we end the day with a Rare Never Lost Sunday Night System. We also have he Game 4 sequence scenario system Winner in World Series game 4. NFL is now 34 game over .500 the last 3+ seasons as we are on a 12-4 run and have nailed  6 of the last 7 Prime Time games.

On Sunday the NFL System Club Play is on the Chiefs. Game 238 at 4:25 eastern. The Chiefs have slightly better numbers on both sides of the ball and Quinn, should he play for Cassel should be much more prepared having had the bye week to prepare. Oakland is 0-3 getting outscored 31-13 on the road this season. The Raiders are 0-7 straight up on the road when the total is 38.5 to 42 and 27-62 ats vs losing teams. The Chiefs are 7-3 ats in October and have home loss revenge. The Chiefs are 12-2 ats at home vs Division teams if they allowed 35 or more in their last game, they are also 14-2 ats as a division favorite of -1 to a dog with revenge if off a loss. Take the Chiefs. On Sunday we end the Week big with the 100% Perfect AFC Game of the Year with a System that dates to 1979. We also have a 19-0 Totals Angle, a 3 Teams 10 Point teaer all  3 teams in perfect angles and the Rare Sunday night Football System side that has not lost under these circumstances. Game 4 World series sequence scenario System too. NFL on a 12-4 run cashing 6 of the last 7 Prime time games as the record is now 34 games over. 500 the last 3+ seasons. Contact at goldencontender@aol.com or at 646-269-5269 to End the week big jump on now. For the free play take the Kansas City Chiefs.  GC


Dirty has been an employee or owner of some of the top online sports gambling forums since 1998. He worked at EOG.com from it's inception until 2008 when he left and opened GamblingIQ and then in 2012 opened Handicappers Hidaway. He has written hundreds af articles over the years and always has his "Dirty Dozen" College Football poll up starting the first week of October.
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