Free Pick Panthers-Saints Playoff Game

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Jan/06/2018

Tony George has your free pick for the Panthers-Saints game.

"65 to 34, the combined score that New Orleans beat the Panthers by this year," Tony points out.  "-15.5 a game is what they covered by.  (Now) they are laying 6.5?  Why?  Their defense has given up 382 yards a game the last the last three games."

Wonder who Tony is on for this one angel

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