Panthers-Falcons Free Pick - Week 17

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Dec/30/2017

Tony George warns that if you just start throwing around high volume bets in the NFL for Week 17 you are "going to lose your ass".

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His free pick is on the Panthers-Falcons game, one that really still matters in Week 17.

Carolina laying four points, Tony warns that head coach "(Ron) Rivera is not going to be substituting players.  They're showing up full strength there."

He added: "Atlanta, last week, managed 13 points, got beat by 10.  I had New Orleans for you as a premium play."

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