FORT LAUDERDALE, FL -- (Marketwire) -- 09/27/12 -- One of the world's most recognized sports handicapping names Mr. Adam Meyer of Real Money Sports is having a stellar 2012 NFL football season handicapping games going into Thursday night's matchup. Meyer is well known for many famous large bets that have won both him and his Real Money Sports clients a lot of money.
Even CNBC sports correspondent Darren Rovell has detailed some of Meyers extensive winnings including a $1.2 million payday when the Packers won the Super Bowl two years ago. (see the story here)
Now Adam Meyer and the Real Money Sports team is releasing weekly Football picks starting with a big Thursday Night Football Pick for their clients. This Thursday night's football matchup pits the Baltimore Ravens (2-1) vs. division rival the Cleveland Browns (0-3) at 8:20 PM on the NFL Network at M & T Bank stadium in Baltimore, Maryland.
The current line for Thursday nights game has the Baltimore ravens favored by 13 points and the last two times these teams met the Ravens have beaten out the Browns by a score of 20-14 on Christmas Eve of last year and 24-10 on December 4th of 2011. Overall the Ravens lead the series 19-7 and have won the last 8 times these teams have met.
Cleveland Browns Defensive End Jabaal Sheard has 8.5 sacks with 5 forced fumbles last season but has yet to register a single one so far in the 2012 season. Quarterback Brandon Weeden will be a prime target for the Ravens defense led by Ray Lewis and Free Safety Ed Reed who will be looking to pick off the Rookie quarterback.
Like every NFL matchup including this Thursday Night Football game Adam Meyer Reviews all of the stats and many more to handicap the game and predict the final outcome of the game for his clients and himself. Get Expert NFL Picks from Adam Meyer and the Real Money Sports Staff by calling 1-800-355-5883 and ask for the Thursday Night Football Special package for new clients.
About Adam Meyer
Adam Meyer is one of the most notorious handicappers of all time. He has been recognized by the world's top publications including ESPN, Cigar Afficionado, CNBC, and many more. Since he has grown to be so large many imitators and impersonators have tried to pull of Adam Meyer scams impersonating him and trying to take credit for his hard work and fame.
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