Colts (13-4) at Ravens (13-3). Line: Ravens by 4. Over-Under: 41½.
Saturday, 4:30 ET
CBS

Walt's Projected Line: Ravens -3.

The Game. Edge: Ravens.
Injuries: Colts: OUT: FB James Mungro (IR), WR Brandon Stokley (IR), TE Dallas Clark, DT Corey Simon (IR), DT Montae Reagor, S Mike Doss (IR). Ravens: OUT: G Edwin Mulitalo (IR), PR B.J. Sams. QUESTIONABLE: OT Jonathan Ogden, G Keydrick Vincent.

Everyone knows about Peyton Manning’s futility in the playoffs, but now everyone can recognize just how bad the combination of Trent Green and Herman Edwards really is. Green couldn’t throw an accurate pass to save the planet from alien invaders last week, while Herm just looked completely lost when Larry Johnson couldn’t find any running lanes. He just didn’t have a Plan B. It’s a good thing Herm’s not a bank robber; he’d run in with his mask on, point his gun at someone and ask for the combination for the safe. The workers inside would look puzzled and tell him that only the owner knows the combination. Herm would then look at his cohorts and repeat, “Can’t unlock. Can’t unlock. Can’t unlock.”

As for Manning, he’s now 4-0 versus Jake Plummer and Trent Green in the playoffs, and 0-6 against everyone else. That includes Steve McNair; the Colts lost to the Titans in a 1999 playoff game, 19-16. Manning had trouble scoring then, and he will have problems on Saturday. Just think about it this way: He threw three picks playing the lowly Chiefs. How many times will Baltimore pick him off? Manning will be forced to throw early and often; unlike Kansas City, the Ravens can actually stop the run.

Everyone seems shocked that the Colts shut down Larry Johnson. I was at first, but then I realized that Indianapolis was just stacking the line of scrimmage and forcing Green to beat them. That didn’t work because Green stinks, while his receivers aren’t any good – including Tony “I quietly choke in the playoffs” Gonzalez. Steve McNair, on the other hand, is a proven winner. Jamal Lewis, Todd Heap, Derrick Mason and Mark Clayton will all be instrumental in Baltimore’s success.

Here’s what’s going to happen: Manning will choke, the people in the media will criticize him, everyone will forget this over the summer, and publications everywhere will pick the Colts to win Super Bowl XLII. I’m living in a time loop.


The Vegas. Edge: Ravens.
This new section of my predictions will how each game is being bet. In some cases, I'll attempt to explain the public perception.

  • Percentage of money on Indianapolis: 57% (About 66,000 online bets)

    The Trends. Edge: Ravens.
    • Playoff Bye Bonus: Teams with a playoff bye are 29-19 ATS the following week since 1993.
    • Colts are 22-15 ATS on the road under Tony Dungy.
    • Peyton Manning is 4-6 ATS in the playoffs.
    • Opening Line: Ravens -3.
    • Opening Total: 42.
    • Weather: Light rain, 55 degrees. Light wind.

    Prediction: Ravens 20, Colts 10. (Ravens -4).
    Double Money Pick.
    Incorrect: Colts 15, Ravens 6.




    Eagles (11-6) at Saints (10-6). Line: Saints by 5½. Over-Under: 49.
    Saturday, 8:00 ET
    FOX

    Walt's Projected Line: Saints -6.

    The Game. Edge: Saints.
    Injuries: Eagles: OUT: QB Donovan McNabb (IR), DE Jevon Kearse (IR), CB Lito Sheppard, LS Mike Bartrum. Saints: OUT: G Jermaine Mayberry (IR), DT Hollis Thomas (SUSP), LB Tommy Polley (IR), LB James Allen (IR), P Mitch Berger (IR). QUESTIONABLE: WR Joe Horn*, S Omar Stoutmire.

    I’ve stated this a few times on this Web site, but in case you didn’t see it, I’m openly rooting for the Saints to win the Super Bowl. I never show bias toward any team (or at least I try not to) but I want something great to happen to that region. A Lombardi Trophy doesn’t even come close to bringing back all of the victims of Hurricane Katrina and rebuilding all of the torn-apart neighborhoods, but a championship would give the people of New Orleans something to enjoy.

    I’ll try to make this as objective as possible. I know the Eagles have won something like a million games in a row, but I think they have a few weaknesses that neither the Cowboys, Giants, Falcons, Panthers nor Redskins could expose. First of all, did you notice that they failed to get pressure on Eli Manning last weekend? New York’s offensive line was banged up, and Philadelphia’s defenders still couldn’t get through. The Saints protect their quarterback much better than the Giants do. The Eagles also have problems at linebacker and safety. Sean Payton is the one coach in the NFC who can easily exploit a team’s weakness. Reggie Bush and Deuce McAllister will run right through Philadelphia’s front seven, allowing Drew Brees to easily locate Joe Horn, Marques Colston and Devery Henderson downfield. If the Eagles couldn’t keep the Giants from scoring 20, how will they prevent the Saints from putting up 30?

    Philadelphia should be able to score in this contest, but if I were an Eagles fan, I’d be concerned about Jeff Garcia’s slow start last weekend. If he does that again, he may not be able to catch up. Brian Westbrook will once again eclipse the century mark – the Saints cannot contain opposing ground attacks – but I think Will Smith and Charles Grant (16½ combined sacks) will be able to rattle Garcia a bit. The Eagles committed no turnovers on Sunday and only won by three. Things could be different this time around.

    If you’re looking for an edge, consider that Payton has Andy Reid’s number. Payton beat Reid this year, swept him with the Cowboys last season and dominated him when he was with the Giants in 1999 and 2000. However, the most important advantage the Saints have will be performing in front of their home crowd. They’re playing for more than just the Lombardi Trophy; they’re trying to win for all of the victims of Hurricane Katrina.


    The Vegas. Edge: Eagles.
  • Percentage of money on New Orleans: 68% (6,500)

    The Trends. Edge: Eagles.
    • Playoff Bye Bonus: Teams with a playoff bye are 29-19 ATS the following week since 1993.
    • Eagles are 40-23 ATS vs. NFC opponents since 2001.
    • Saints are 16-29 ATS at home since 2001.
    • Saints are 9-19 ATS as a home favorite since 2001.
    • Saints are 6-15 ATS in December home games since 2000.
    • Opening Line: Saints -4.
    • Opening Total: 48.
    • Weather: Dome.

    Prediction: Saints 38, Eagles 24. (Saints -5½).
    Incorrect: Saints 27, Eagles 24.




    Seahawks (10-7) at Bears (13-3). Line: Bears by 9½. Over-Under: 37.
    Sunday, 1:00 ET
    FOX

    Walt's Projected Line: Bears -5½.

    The Game. Edge: Bears.
    Injuries: Seahawks: OUT: C Robbie Tobeck, DT Marcus Tubbs, S Mike Green (IR). DOUBTFUL: WR D.J. Hackett, CB Marcus Trufant. QUESTIONABLE: WR Darrell Jackson. Bears: OUT: DT Tommie Harris (IR), DT Tank Johnson (GUNS), DT Dusty Dvoracek (IR), S Mike Brown (IR). QUESTIONABLE: CB Charles Tillman.

    The Seahawks and Bears have three combined victories over the Lions, so I was planning to do a 2006 Lions Scrapbook, much like the 2006 Raiders Scrapbook I posted two weeks ago. I was just so busy this weekend that I didn’t have time. I’ll have it for you next week.

    Meanwhile, here are some thoughts on the Florida-Ohio State game: I didn’t watch it live; my cousin turned 21 on Monday, so we took him out to the bars. He had the following request for me before he started drinking: “Walt, make sure I’m really drunk. Don’t make me so drunk that I die, but maybe something close to that.” I’m proud to report that he was throwing up in the parking lot by 1 a.m. Anyway, I taped the game, but I saw clips of it at one of the bars. When I looked at the score (34-14), I thought I accidentally drank myself into oblivion. By the way, I don’t think the end result would have been different, but the Ted Ginn injury was huge. The Buckeyes would have at least kept up with Florida on the scoreboard. And what’s up with those conspicuous characters who stood next to Urban Meyer during the trophy presentation? I don’t care if they’re the CEOs of Frito-Lay and DirecTV. Get off the stage, you losers – you’re not doing anything!

    Going into the postseason, I was planning to heavily bet against the Bears in this round. But I was also counting on the Cowboys on getting through. I just love how Chicago matches up with Seattle; the former completely dominated the latter at the line of scrimmage the first time they meet, similarly to the way Baltimore maintained a stranglehold over Pittsburgh this season. Shaun Alexander is not the same running back we saw claim the MVP in 2005 – he’s averaging just 3.6 yards per carry this year. Alexander won’t be able to move, allowing the Bears’ front seven to beat Matt Hasselbeck into the ground. It won’t get much uglier for Seattle’s offense.

    Speaking of ugly, that’s an adjective that can perfectly describe the way Rex Grossman is playing right now. He’s lost all self confidence in himself, while his teammates look at him like he’s a joke. Brian Griese is even worse. Luckily for the sanity of everyone in the Windy City, Grossman should be able to experience a renaissance for one game. Seattle’s defense is nothing short of an abomination.

    A third consecutive one-and-done for the Bears? Unlikely – the Seahawks are a perfect matchup for them. The NFC Championship will be another story, but we’ll worry about that next week.


    The Vegas. Edge: Bears.
  • Percentage of money on Seattle: 67% (54,000)

    The Trends. Edge: Bears.
    • Playoff Bye Bonus: Teams with a playoff bye are 29-19 ATS the following week since 1993.
    • Top Cat Trend: NFC No. 1 seeds are 15-3 ATS the previous 18 seasons in their first playoff game.
    • Seahawks are 2-6 ATS on the road in 2006.
    • Bears are 13-6 ATS after losing to Brett Favre.
    • Opening Line: Bears -7½.
    • Opening Total: 38½.
    • Weather: Light wintry mix, 32 degrees. Mild wind, 11 mph.

    Prediction: Bears 31, Seahawks 7. (Bears -9½).
    Double Money Pick.
    Incorrect: Bears 27, Seahawks 24.




    Patriots (13-4) at Chargers (14-2). Line: Chargers by 5. Over-Under: 46½.
    Sunday, 4:30 ET
    CBS
    Walter's Game of the Week

    Walt's Projected Line: Chargers -4½.

    The Game. Edge: Patriots.
    Injuries: Patriots: OUT: LB Junior Seau (IR), S Rodney Harrison, S Eugene Wilson, S Mel Mitchell, P Ken Walter. QUESTIONABLE: TE Ben Watson. Chargers: OUT: WR Malcolm Floyd, OT Roman Oben (PUP), LB Steve Foley, KR Darren Sproles (IR). QUESTIONABLE: DE Jacques Cesaire.

    Thank God the NFL Network isn’t covering this game. Let’s pretend that it is for a second. Here’s my weekly preview of a potential conversation if this contest were being carried by the NFL Network: Gumbel: Come one, come all to this great football match between New Zealand and San Francisco. The teams will both strategize to get the ball into the goals, and the team that scores the most goals will surely be triumphant. Sterling: I’m telling you right now, Bob. LaDainian Tomlinson will be the MVP. Gumbel: Cris, it seems like this Lieutenant character is very good at picking up the ball and avoiding the defense. How did this quarterhalfback become so elusive? Collinsworth: Bow to me, for I am the Overlord of Football Knowledge! Gumbel: Good show, good show! Now Sterling, can you tell me what you think of this striker, Tom Brady. He has scored a lot of goals this year with his throwing power. None of the keepers can seem to stop him. Why is this so? Sterling: I’m telling you right now, Bob. Tom Brady will win the Super Bowl at some point in his career.

    What Bryant Gumbel and company forgot to mention is that Marty Schottenheimer will finally look to shed his “Marty Ball” nickname. Schottenheimer has gotten less conservative this year, but something tells me he’ll resort back to his old ways, given that Philip Rivers has struggled the past few weeks. This also happens to be postseason, so I’m expecting Mr. Marty Ball to be extremely tight. It’s hard to imagine the Chargers having problems offensively, especially with Tomlinson in the backfield, but there have been occasions where he has been limited to less than 100 yards. This could be one of those moments; the Patriots are pretty solid against the run.

    San Diego’s defense has improved immensely over the years, thanks to great players like Shawne Merriman, Jamal Williams, Luis Castillo, Donnie Edwards and Shaun Phillips, but c’mon – do you honestly expect Tom Brady to be held in check? Unlike some quarterbacks in the NFL – I won’t name any names – Brady actually steps it up in the playoffs. He’ll have to do it by himself, however; the Chargers are just as good as New England at defending opposing ground attacks.

    This seems way too easy, so I’ll probably get this game wrong. But the fact remains that Brady and Bill Belichick, who are 11-1 in the playoffs as a tandem, happen to be underdogs. Actually let me make it even simpler for you: Brady versus Rivers. Belichick versus Schottenheimer. Have I convinced you yet?


    The Vegas. Edge: Chargers.
  • Percentage of money on New England: 63% (58,000)

    The Trends. Edge: Patriots.
    • Playoff Bye Bonus: Teams with a playoff bye are 29-19 ATS the following week since 1993.
    • Patriots are 10-5 ATS as an underdog since 2003.
    • Tom Brady is 81-24 as a starter (65-38 ATS).
    • Tom Brady is 11-1 in the playoffs (7-5 ATS).
    • Philip Rivers is 14-2 as a starter (9-7 ATS).
    • Opening Line: Chargers -5½.
    • Opening Total: 42½.
    • Weather: Sunny, 59 degrees. Light wind.

    Prediction: Patriots 31, Chargers 24. (Patriots +5).
    Pick of the Month (2-3).
    Correct: Patriots 24, Chargers 21.


    Second-Half Bets
    No games fit my formula. Hopefully we'll have one next weekend.


    None of last week's half-time lines applied to the formula I use, so I didn't post any plays. Hopefully we'll have better luck this week.

    My Team-by-Team ATS Record
    This section shows how well I do when picking each team. The purpose is to see how well I read each team. Pushes are not displayed.


    Cowboys: 11-5
    Eagles: 8-9
    Giants: 10-6
    Redskins: 9-6

    Bears: 9-7
    Lions: 10-6
    Packers: 11-4
    Vikings: 6-10

    Buccaneers: 6-9
    Falcons: 7-9
    Panthers: 8-6
    Saints: 8-8

    49ers: 9-7
    Cardinals: 4-12
    Rams: 7-8
    Seahawks: 10-7

    Bills: 11-5
    Dolphins: 10-5
    Jets: 11-6
    Patriots: 10-6

    Bengals: 7-8
    Browns: 8-6
    Ravens: 7-9
    Steelers: 8-8

    Colts: 8-8
    Jaguars: 9-6
    Texans: 12-4
    Titans: 9-6

    Broncos: 4-11
    Chargers: 9-7
    Chiefs: 6-11
    Raiders: 6-9

    Divisional Games: 52-45
    Game Edge: 37-51
    Psychological Edge: 25-22
    Vegas Edge: 20-12
    Trend Edge: 20-25
    Double Edge: 20-16
    Triple Edge: 0-2
    Quadruple Edge: 0-0


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    My Team-by-Team ATS Record
    This section shows how well I do when picking each team this year. The purpose is to see how well I read each team. Pushes are not displayed. Winning/losing streak in parentheses.

    Cowboys: 9-7
    Bears: 7-7
    Bucs: 8-8
    49ers: 8-9
    Eagles: 7-10
    Lions: 11-5
    Falcons: 5-10
    Cardinals: 10-5
    Giants: 7-9
    Packers: 8-8
    Panthers: 8-9
    Rams: 7-9
    Redskins: 9-7
    Vikings: 7-9
    Saints: 13-4
    Seahawks: 9-10
    Bills: 12-4
    Bengals: 8-8
    Colts: 11-6
    Broncos: 8-11
    Dolphins: 11-5
    Browns: 3-13
    Jaguars: 7-8
    Chargers: 11-6
    Jets: 8-8
    Ravens: 9-6
    Texans: 10-5
    Chiefs: 6-11
    Patriots: 10-8
    Steelers: 6-10
    Titans: 5-7
    Raiders: 9-7
    Divisional: 51-44 (2011-12: 90-93)
    2x Game Edge: 14-22 (2011-12: 41-40)
    2x Psych Edge: 35-26 (2011-12: 57-54)
    2x Vegas Edge: 40-38 (2011-12: 89-104)
    2x Trend Edge: 24-23 (2011-12: 48-55)
    Double Edge: 9-10 (2011-12: 17-23)
    Triple Edge: 1-0 (2011-12: 1-1)
    Quad Edge: 0-0 (2011: 0-0)

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