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Rocky's FREE Nascar HEAD TO HEAD MATCHUP #19 Martin Truex Jr. vs #11 Denny Hamlin (4:05 PM EST)
Play On: #11 Denny Hamlin -150 Hamlin has no wins, 5 Top 5 finishes and 8 Top 10 finishes in his 14 races here in Indy. His average finish is 12.4 at this track. Hamlin has finished 3rd and 6th the past 2 years here for an average finish of 4.5 which is 2nd best among all active drivers. In his last 6 races on a flat super speedway, Hamlin has 2 wins and 6 Top 10 finishes with an average finish of 3.5. Hamlin is the hottest driver the past 3 races, with 1 win and 3 Top 10 finishes and an average finish of 2.3. Truex Jr. has no wins, 1 Top 5 finish and 3 Top 10 finishes in his 15 races at Indy. His average finish is 21.3 at this track. Truex Jr. finished 27th and 40th the past 2 years here at Indy. Looking to play against Martin Truex Jr. here. We'll recommend a small play on Denny Hamlin to finish ahead of Martin Truex Jr. today! Thanks and good luck, Rocky Rocky Atkinson from Rocketman Sports is now documented 71-40 64% the past 3 years with all Nascar plays! Rocketman is off a losing weekend going 2-3 overall in Nascar so you know what that means as revenge on the books is coming! Rocketman has a TOP RATED 10* Nascar MONSTER Head to Head Matchup and a solid 6* Nascar Head to Head Matchup for Sunday! Get on board now and WIN BIG! How much respect does Rocky's Nascar get? Back when Rocketman could play at Pinnacle, every time he entered his Nascar picks they would move the line 60 cents immediately! That's called RESPECT!
The set-up: The question of whether or not Tom Brady is "washed up" will be answered after the first few weeks of the 2020/21 season and there's no question that TB faces a stiff test right out of the gate by traveling to division rival New Orleans in Week 1. Brady has plenty of weapons to utilize, but team chemistry, especially with what is predicted to be a shortened pre-season, is not something that can be achieved over night.
The pick: Drew Brees may have put a foot in his mouth back in early June, but the veteran QB quickly made amends with his teammates and the media and I think that the entire ordeal he went through will in fact just "add fuel to the fire." Time is running out for both Brees and Brady, but the Saints' pivots numbers remain solid, while TB's have dropped off significantly the last few years. Divisional contests are always the most important for a team and they almost always mean more to the home side. This is one of the most anticipated games of the season and I look for New Orleans to come prepared. I'm laying the points and expecting a rout.
1* FREE PLAY on the New Orleans Saints.
Despite the Panthers having home field advantage, the Raiders are currently slight favorites. While that may have some leaning towards the home underdog, the Raiders are favored for a reason. Carolina has a new head coach, a new offensive coordinator, a new defensive coordinator and a new starting QB. Under normal circurmstances, that might not be such a bad thing. After all, everyone is surely hungry to get the new era started with a win. However, these circumstances aren't normal. Due to the pandemic, the team hasn't had a chance to get together and that is likely to make adjusting to all the new faces/schemes difficult. Consider Vegas.