NFL Sunday Side Bets Week 12 *Updated*

NFL Sunday Side Bets Week 12

Here at Quartermaster Sports, Sunday’s are for side bets. The game is simple. For each game, we’ll present a side bet for each team. Choose the side bet from each game you believe is most likely to happen between the two. Email your side bet picks for each game to If your side bet is correct you get a point. Pick wrong, you lose a point. Those who hit 100% on side bets that for the Sunday games will win a free Quartermaster Sports T-Shirt. Pick all wrong and risk the embarrassment. Here’s the Sunday Side Bets for Week 12 of the NFL. This week’s focus: The Trenches 

Week 12: Trenches
TB Defense: Does Not Record a Sack
at ATL Defense: Records a Sack
CLE O-Line: Allows 4+ Sacks
at CIN O-Line: Allows 2+ Sacks
TEN Defense: Allows 100+ Rushing Yards
at IND Defense: Allows 125+ Rushing Yards
BUF Offense: Rushes for 100+ Yards
at KC Offense: Rushes for 100+ Yards
MIA D-Line: Records 2+ Sacks
at NE D-Line: Records 2+ Sacks
CAR Offense: Rushes for 200+ Yards
at NYJ Offense: Rushes for 150+ Yards
CHI Defense: 4+ Tackles for Loss
at PHI Defense: 5+ Tackles for Loss
SEA O-Line: Allows 2+ Sacks
at SF O-Line: Allows 4+ Sacks
DEN Defense: Records 3+ Sacks
at OAK Defense: Records 2+ Sacks
NO Offense: Sacked Less than 2 Times
at LAR Offense: Sacked Less than 2 Times
JAC D-Line: Records 3+ Sacks
at ARI D-Line: Records 2+ Sacks
GB Offense: 75+ Rushing Yards
at PIT Offense: 125+ Rushing Yards

NFL Sunday Side Bets Week 11 *Updated*

NC FBS Report Week 13

NC FBS Week 13 Scoreboard

Week 13:

Pirates Get Tagged by Tigers

East Carolina (3-9, 3-6) 13
#20 Memphis (10-1, 7-1) 70

In their last game of the season, and perhaps Scottie Montgomery’s last as head coach, ECU got trounced in Memphis. Gardner Minshew came back down to Earth and tossed three interceptions. To make matters worse Memphis outgained East Carolina 635-466 and didn’t commit a turnover. ECU never had a chance. Despite Minshew’s struggles, Trevon Brown continued to shine. The junior from Wilmington caught seven passes for 128 yards.

”This probably was the best team we’ve played to this point, and it’s going to be an interesting championship game,” Pirate coach Scottie Montgomery said. ”That’s a championship team we just watched. In this league, there’s going to be teams with speed, and then there’s the rest of the group,” Montgomery added. ”I think we can play with a lot of the teams that are not these speed teams, but (speed teams) expose you…Today, was a really, really clear sight of that.”

Devils Down Deacons

Duke (6-6, 3-3) 31
Wake Forest (7-5, 4-4) 23

It came down to their last opportunity, but David Cutcliffe’s Blue Devils are bowl-eligible. Despite being down 10-0 after one quarter, Duke was able to come back and top Wake Forest in Winston-Salem. The Blue Devils held a clear advantage in total yards, time of possession, and first downs. Though he threw three interceptions, Daniel Jones was 25 for 44 on pass attempts for 346 yards and two touchdowns. On the other side, John Wolford struggled just a bit more. Wolford threw for 191 yards, two touchdowns, and two interceptions on 16/33 passing. 

“Today we were better on third down,” Duke QB Daniel Jones said. “That’s big. Against an ACC team, you have to be able to convert third down. Also in the red zone, we’ve been better at converting our opportunities into touchdowns.”

“Whatever you want to say, they outplayed us, out-prepared us, outcoached us, they just out-executed us and they deserved to win the game. We didn’t.” – Wake Head Coach Dave Clawson

Mountaineers Pounce on Panthers

Appalachian State (7-4, 6-1) 31
Georgia State (6-4, 5-2) 10

Jalin Moore racked up 239 yards rushing. That was all App State needed as they kept their Sun Belt Title dreams alive with a win over Georgia State. Moore’s awesome day included a massive 58-yard run that the Mountaineers capitalized on for a touchdown. On the very next drive, A.J. Howard intercepted a Connor Manning pass and returned the ball 61 yards. Two plays later ASU was in the end zone to extend the lead to three possessions.

“We really challenged our offensive line today to come out here and run the football against a team that didn’t give up many rushing yards. I think we ended up with probably the most rushing yards they’ve given up all year today.” – ASU Head Coach Scott Satterfield

Charlotte’s Season Ends at the Hand of Kiffen and Owls

Florida Atlantic (9-3, 8-0) 31
UNC-Charlotte (1-11, 1-7) 12

Charlotte’s dreadful season is finally over. The Niner’s final loss of the season came to the Florida Atlantic Owls who outgained Charlotte 563-255 despite two turnovers to UNCC’s zero. It was clear, from beginning to end Florida Atlantic was the superior team in this contest. 

“Yeah, no question, no doubt about it,” UNCC Head Coach Lambert said Saturday after the game, when asked if he thought he was still the right coach for the 49ers. “We’ve started fast and everybody wants more wins. I want more wins. We don’t come to work 14-hour days to lose, I promise you that. But there’s no doubt I’m the right guy for this place. We come in with the right attitude to represent this university in the right fashion,” Lambert added. “We need a better record next year. We’ve got to continually grow and move forward and win games.”

Hines Torches Heels

North Carolina (3-9, 1-7) 21
NC State (8-4, 6-2) 33

Despite UNC’s two-game win streak, NC State cooled off the Tar Heels Saturday. Nyheim Hines is simply a baller. The junior from Garner tallied a career-high 196 yards on 22 carries and two touchdowns. Ryan Finley added two rushing touchdowns of his own. For the Heels, Anthony Ratliff-Williams continued his fantastic sophomore season with five receptions for 131 yards and a touchdown. 

“Growing up here, it’s just really important for me to play in this game. I knew I would not miss this game for anything. I’d basically have to break an arm or a leg not to play.” – Nyheim Hines

“He told me on Sunday, ‘They’re going to have to amputate parts of my body for me not to play against Carolina.” – NC State Head Coach Dave Doeren 

NC FBS Power Rankings

1 NC State (8-4, 6-2) +1
2 Duke (6-6, 3-3) +2
3 Wake Forest (7-5, 4-4) -2
4 Appalachian State (7-4, 6-1) -1
5 North Carolina (3-9, 1-7)
6 East Carolina (3-9, 3-6)
7 UNC-Charlotte (1-11, 1-7)

Week 14 Games and Predictions

  • LA-Lafayette (5-6, 4-3) at Appalachian State – Saturday, 2:30 PM
    • Prediction: App State 


*RONGY- 50-28 (W13: 4-1) through Week 13 picks*

NC FBS Report Week 12

2017 NCHSAA Football Playoffs: Round 3

2017 NCHSAA Football Playoffs: Round 3

Wow. What a night! There were upsets everywhere. Round three of the 2017 NCHSAA Football Playoffs was as good as advertised. The regional finals are all set. Here’s a look at last nights action.

4AA State Championship

West: 3rd Round

1 Mallard Creek 9
4 Page 5


6 Myers Park 17
7 Hough 39

East: 3rd Round

1 Wake Forest 35
4 Sanderson 7


3 Garner Magnet 56
2 Green Hope 39

4A State Championship

West: 3rd Round

1 Harding University 36
5 East Forsyth 7


6 Z.B. Vance 49
7 Hickory Ridge 21

East: 3rd Round

1 Scotland 74
4 South Central 34


6 Heritage 8
2 Hoggard 20

3AA State Championship

West: 3rd Round

1 Mount Tabor 20
12 Sun Valley 27


3 South Iredell 7
2 A.C. Reynolds 17

East: 3rd Round

1 Clayton 31
4 Eastern Guilford 38


11 Cape Fear 38
2 New Hanover 41

3A State Championship

West: 3rd Round

1 Charlotte Catholic 42
5 Weddington 7


3 J.M. Robinson 47
2 Kings Mountain 46

East: 3rd Round

1 Western Alamance 38
5 Jacksonville 7


3 Southern Nash 39
2 Havelock 49

2AA State Championship

West: 3rd Round

8 Shelby 7
4 Mount Pleasant 0


3 Franklin 7
2 Hibriten 37

East: 3rd Round

1 East Duplin 21
4 Randleman 13


3 South Granville 19
2 North Davidson 35

2A State Championship

West: 3rd Round

1 Reidsville 28
4 South Columbus 0


3 Hendersonville 20
2 Mountain Heritage 30

East: 3rd Round

1 Northeastern 52
5 Wallace-Rose Hill 63


3 SW Onslow 30
2 East Bladen 13

1AA State Championship

West: 3rd Round

1 Mount Airy 38
4 Bessemer City 16


6 Murphy 49
7 East Surry 27

East: 3rd Round

1 Tarboro 48
5 West Montgomery 3


6 Lakewood 7
2 J.A. Holmes 49

1A State Championship

West: 3rd Round

1 Mitchell 45
5 Robbinsville 25


3 T.J.C.A. 20
2 Cherokee 47

East: 3rd Round

1 North Duplin 42
5 Pamilco County 14


6 Plymouth 14
2 Northampton County 8

Regional Finals


  • #7 Hough at #1 Mallard Creek
  • #3 Garner-Magnet at #1 Wake Forest


  • #6 Z.B. Vance at #1 Harding University
  • #2 Hoggard at #1 Scotland County


  • #12 Sun Valley at #2 A.C. Reynolds
  • #4 Eastern Guilford at #2 New Hanover


  • #3 Jay M. Robinson at #1 Charlotte Catholic
  • #2 Havelock at #1 Western Alamance


  • #8 Shelby at #2 Hibriten
  • #2 North Davidson at #1 East Duplin


  • #2 Mountain Heritage at #1 Reidsville 
  • #5 Wallace-Rose Hill at #3 SW Onslow


  • #6 Murphy at #1 Mount Airy
  • #2 J.A. Holmes at #1 Tarboro


  • #2 Cherokee at #1 Mitchell
  • #6 Plymouth at #1 North Duplin

2017 NCHSAA Football Playoffs: Round 2

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