Friday’s Den: Random stuff with weekend here…….

13) Rams 26, Seahawks 17:
— Stafford threw for 365 yards in his first outdoor game this year.
— Woods caught 12 passes for 150 yards.
— Rams outgained Seattle, 476-354.
— LA in 2nd half: 32 plays, 301 yards, 3 TD’s, FG on six drives.

— QB Wilson hurt middle finger on right hand, didn’t play 4th quarter.
— Seattle scored 10 points on backup QB Geno Smith’s three drives.
— Rams won seven of last nine series games.
— Seattle’s last five Thursday games have all been at home. 

12)  Astros 6, White Sox 1:
— Alvarez, Brantley both knocked in two runs.
— McCullers threw 6.2 scoreless IP.

11) Rays 5, Red Sox 0:
— Leadoff hitter Arozarena scored 3 of Tampa Bay’s 5 runs.
— Boston had nine hits, were 1-7 with RISP.

10) Bowling Green is the only college football team that is 5-0 ATS: Clemson, Missouri and New Mexico are all 0-5 ATS.

9) By my calculations, Kyrie Irving will earn $425,807 per game this season; do the math if he can’t play in the Nets’ 41 home games, because he won’t get vaccinated.

8) Was pretty cool to see Juan Soto and Nationals’ hitting coach Kevin Long at Dodger Stadium Wednesday night, rooting for ex-teammates Scherzer/Turner in the NL Wild Card game.

7) Justin Turner’s career:
— 2 years with Orioles: .111 BA, .226 OB%, .337 OPS, 2 runs, 3 RBI
— 4 years with Mets: .265 BA, .326 OB%, .696 OPS, 82 runs, 86 RBI
— 8 years with LA: .298 BA, .379 OB%, .877 OPS, 591 runs, 582 RBI

Max Muncy’s career:
— 2 years with A’s: .195BA, .290 OB%, .611 OPS, 27 runs, 17 RBI
— 4 years with LA: .246 BA, .371 OB%, .890 OPS, 307 runs, 298 RBI

Dodgers apparently do a superior job of developing hitters.

6) Lakers’ SF Trevor Ariza hurt his ankle, is out at least eight weeks.

5) Cleveland Browns’ QB Baker Mayfield partially tore the labrum in his left (non-throwing) shoulder couple weeks ago, is playing through it.

4) Patriots traded CB Stephon Gilmore to Carolina, for a 6th-round draft pick.

3) So far this college football season, double digit favorites are 20-26 ATS in conference games.

2) In non-conference games, SEC home favorites are 12-5 ATS; Big 14 teams are 14-6-1.

1) On the other end of stick, MAC road underdogs are 7-16 ATS out of conference; Sun Belt road dogs are 4-8. 

Author: Armadillo Sports

I've been involved in sports my whole life, now just write about them. I like to travel, mostly to Las Vegas- they have gambling there.

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