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AGAINST THE SPREAD WITH "VEGAS" JON AND ALAN "Z"

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Join Alan “Under Dog” Zlotorzynski and “VEGAS” Jon Whitt tonight at 7:00 p.m. as the guys pick and break down every NFL game that matters in Week 16 and even the ones that don’t, AGAINST THE SPREAD.

With two weeks remaining in the 2012 regular season, 19 teams remain in contention for a trip to Super Bowl XLVII in New Orleans.

In the AFC, Baltimore controls the north and can clinch the division title with a win. Cincinnati, Indianapolis and Pittsburgh are each in control for at least a playoff berth. Houston and Denver are in control for a first-round bye with the Texans being in control for home-field advantage throughout the AFC playoffs.  AFC North 

In the NFC, Washington and Dallas, who meet in Week 17, are each in control of the division in the NFC East. San Francisco, who has already secured a playoff berth, is in control in the NFC West. Seattle, Washington, Dallas and the New York Giants are each in control for at least a playoff berth. Atlanta and San Francisco are in control for a first-round bye with the Falcons being in control for home-field advantage throughout the NFC playoffs.

Jon hit another home run last week, missing just three of 13 game previews. His “5 Star lock of the week” was good for the fifth consecutive week. Jon is back up over 70 percent for the year and is sure to help you pad your Christmas fund with only three shopping days left.

 Alan missed four of 13 and speaking of padding your holiday fund, Alan hit another big underdog last week, as the Z-Man gave you Arizona over Detroit. The Polish Hammer is now an astounding 8-2 during the past five-weeks picking the Dogs.

Showtime is 7:00 p.m. tonight.

 

 

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