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Steelers cover
Posted by hwd23 (3239 days ago)
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Will the steelers cover the 7 point spread?

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hwd23 (Poll Creator) commented 3239 days ago
The money line is -240/+200. I am thinking the Cards can win outright. They have been dogs all 3 games and won them all. Nice payoff if you have the guts to do it. They where +170 against the Eagles and I won that one. Can they do it again?
***Edited at 1/28/2009 8:27 AM PT***
hwd23 (Poll Creator) commented 3239 days ago
I am thinking about putting some money on it. I feel very confident they will not but am interested to see what others think. 9 of their 14 wins have been by 7 or more which makes the whole"they win but do it ugly" argument kind of invalid. Only one of those 9 was by exactly 7. The other 8 where more.
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