Birdie: Not too many stats that can back this up, as it is just the first round of the tournament. However, Bubba is coming off his win at the Masters, and should be able to birdie here.
9 Strokes or Fewer: Given that this is a Par 3, and we have three golfers in the prop, I am banking on the fact that all three will get par. There is also a chance however that one will bogey, and one will birdie. It seems your best chances are with taking the under.
Par: Just kind of a gut call here. he is listed at +10,000 to be the leader after the first round, so chances are he will not birdie, or even eagle on this hole.
Yes Run Scored: In today’s game, the Royals will have Mendoza on the mound, who has an ERA of 6.92. As for the Indians, they have Tomlin on the mound, who has an ERA of 4.86. In the first two games of this series, a run has been scored. FOR INFO CHECKOUT THE WRITE-UP BELOW
3 or More Hits: In today’s game, the Angles will have Jerome Williams on the mound, against Tampa Bay’s Matt Moore. So far this season, Williams has given up 1.3 hits per inning pitched. As for Moore, he has given up 1.0 hits per inning pitched. With that being said, this is a tossup.
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No Extra Base Hit: Now interestingly enough, in the fourth inning of the first two games of this series, there was an extra base hit (both were homeruns). Going against the trends here.
Yes a Goal Scored: Valencia scores 35.7% of their goals in the first 30 minutes of the game. as for Madrid, they score 30.8% of their goals in the first 30 minutes. Your best bet is to take the yes.
Atletico Madrid: Madrid has actually been a very strong road team in UEFA play so far this season. I think they will be down at halftime, and want to score quickly in the second half to make sure they advance to the next round.
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No Goal Scored: In the first three games of the series, a goal was not scored in the first ten minutes. However, in the last three games of the series, a goal was scored. In my mind I think the teams will play lock down defense to start the first period.
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Offense: Given the fact the the Jaguars just traded up, it seems obvious to me that they will be taking Justin Blackmon.
Florida Panthers: The Devils have not been playing good hockey this series, and I think they are running out of gas. The home team is the logical pick here.
Any Other State: According to one of the mock drafts I just looked at, it appears Justin Blackmon of Oklahoma State is going to go at number 7. Since Jacksonville needs a wide receiver, this appears to be a solid pick.
ACC or SEC: Looking at the players on the board, this seems like the pick.
Any Other Conference: When looking at the players projected to go around number 11, there are not too many players from those conferences, in fact the player projected to go there is not from the Pac-12 or the Big Ten.
255 Pounds or More: Right around this pick, a lot of defensive and offensive linemen are projected to go. In fact, an offensive tackle is projected to be taken by the Cardinals at number 13.
Defense: This pick belongs to the Jets, and a lot of defensive players are projected to go around this pick. Although the Jets could use a wide receiver, I do not think Michael Floyd will still be on the board.
Any Other Conference
No a Big 10 Player Will Not be Selected
Los Angeles Angels @ Tampa Bay Rays
Atletico Madrid Win or Draw @ Valenica
Ottawa Senators @ New York Rangers
Luck-Griffin-Kalil VS Any Other Order
Offense vs Defense
When you look at the move that just took place, the Jacksonville Jaguars just traded up for the fifth overall pick. When you look at their team, it seems that they really need a WR. The Jaguars have a lot off needs, but when you look top to bottom of the players on the board, Justin Blackmon seems to be the best option for them. If you did not know already, he is a wide receiver, in other words an offensive player.
My Pick: Offense
ACC or SEC VS Any Other Conference
Given the players still left on the board, I would not be surprised if they took a player from the ACC or the SEC. When you look at their needs, it is clear to me that they need a defensive player. When you look at some of the best defensive players on the board, the majority of them are from either an ACC school, or an SEC school. With that being said, I think there is a good chance they pick a player from one of these schools.
My Pick: ACC or SEC School