Tom Stryker’s Free Football Play September 19th


#292 LA CHARGERS (-) over Dallas at 4:25 PM EST
Dating back to December 13th, 2020, Los Angeles has quietly inked a golden 5-0 SU and ATS record in its last five games. Off the season-opening upset road win over the Football Team, the Chargers will return home and knock off the injury-plagued Cowboys. Dallas gave the defending Super Bowl Champions a game in its season opener. Unfortunately, this will prove to be a tough trip for the ‘Boys.

There are a handful of quality trends that support this wager. In their last 33 games against NFC opponents, the Bolts hold a respectable 20-13 ATS record. Equally impressive, since 1984, game two hosts that arrive off a SU and ATS road win own a solid 109-48 SU and 87-65-5 ATS mark. If our “play on” side is tackling a foe that enters off an ATS victory, this situation tightens up to a profitable 53-21 SU and 43-27-4 ATS and is currently on a phenomenal 18-3 SU and 16-4-1 ATS run in its last 21 tries. Lastly, when matched up against teams from the NFC East, the Chargers have notched a nifty 13-3 SU and 13-2-1 ATS tally in their last 16 matchups.

Kudos to the Cowboys for their solid performance against the Bucs. However, even with that near miss in the books, the ‘Boys are still just 11-19 SU and 12-18 ATS in their last 30 games. There is a tough game two situation that works against Dallas as well. Since 1992, NFL game two guests that check in off a road battle hold a woeful 8-27 SU and 11-21-3 ATS provided they are lined up against an opponent that scoots in with steam off a SU and ATS win. Guests in this role that are priced between -1.5 and +9 points fall to a disturbing 2-21 SU and 4-17-2 ATS including a nasty 0-13 SU and 1-11-1 ATS provided this is a non-division game. That spells trouble for head coach Mike McCarthy and his players.

Even though the ‘Boys had a few extra days to prepare, the Bolts out-gained the Football Team by 165 yards and rookie head coach Brandon Staley has his kids playing well early on both sides of the ball. The Chargers dominance over the NFC East will continue. Take Los Angeles. Thanks and best of luck, Tom.

Stryker’s College Late Telephone Service SWEPT THE BOARD on Saturday cashing with a 5* on Texas (-26) over Rice WON EASILY 58-0, 3* on West Virginia (-2′) over Virginia Tech WON EASILY 27-21 and 3* on Baylor (-17) over Kansas WON EASILY 45-7. This is my lone 4* Best Bet for Sunday, and it is supported by two elite angles that hold lucrative marks of 12-0 ATS and 18-3 ATS. If you missed last Sunday’s 4* winner on Carolina, then be sure to pick up this week’s 4* selection. Grab Tom’s 12-0 ATS 4* NFL Top Chalk Favorite of the Month for $30.