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Sunday, November 15, 2015
NFL WEEK TEN 2015
We're a bit pre-occupied.
Browns at Steelers. Injuries everywhere. Under 43.5.
Cheaters at Giants. Giants +7. The Jinx continues.
Panthers at Titans. Panthers -3.5, but beware the home dog.
Clinton -1885 over Sanders.
It takes 2,382 delegates to capture the Democratic nomination. Sanders, to whom we've given a few bucks because we like a cranky old radical, had a bad debate and the idea that he is weak on foreign policy is beginning to solidify in the voters of Iowa and New Hampshire. And Sanders needs to win both primaries to capture the nomination and at least New Hampshire to survive to South Carolina and Nevada. In the end Sanders could corral 500 delegates of the approximately 4,491 delegates in play. But it takes 2,382 to win, thus we set the early line at 1885.
The money line is worse. Sanders is at least a ten to one underdog. It would take a serious bombshell- an indictment, a serious illness, or both to derail Clinton. If we were booking this, we would require people to post 1100 on Clinton to win a 100, and a Bernie bet of 100 would return 900.