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Added November 3rd, 2010 by Scott

NFL Week 9: New England Patriots vs Cleveland Browns Sportsbook odds and predictions

New England Patriots vs Cleveland Browns Sun. Nov. 7th 1pm EST

The New England Patriots are rolling right now as they are coming off a big win over former superstar wide receiver Randy Moss and the Minnesota Vikings, but with the New York Jets being in the same division and threatening to win the AFC East division title this season, Tom Brady and company need to keep winning football games week in and week out.

Fortunately, the win over the Vikings put the Patriots in the top spot in the AFC East division, but if they don’t keep it up, Rex Ryan’s squad will take advantage. Continue Reading…

 
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Added October 30th, 2010 by Scott

NFL Week 8: Miami Dolphins vs Cincinnati Bengals Sportsbook odds and predictions

Miami Dolphins vs Cincinnati Bengals Sun. Oct. 31st 1pm EST

The Cincinnati Bengals came into this NFL regular season with high hopes of defending their AFC North division title and possibly making a run at the Super Bowl as they seemed to have one of the most potent offenses in the NFL with the addition of perennial Pro Bowl wide receiver Terrell Owens alongside superstar wideout Chad Ochocinco.

Unfortunately, things haven’t panned out they way they anticipated and the Cincinnati Bengals have really struggled in the first seven weeks of the season with just two wins thus far and three straight losses coming into Week 8’s matchup against the up and coming Miami Dolphins. Continue Reading…

 
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Added October 23rd, 2010 by Scott

NFL Week 7: San Francisco 49ers vs Carolina Panthers Sportsbook odds and predictions

San Francisco 49ers vs Carolina Panthers Sun. Oct. 24th 1pm EST

Coming into this NFL regular season, the San Francisco 49ers were considered to be the team to beat in the NFC West division as they seemed to finally have all the right pieces of the puzzle in place to contend for the division title and make a run in the playoffs.

With head coach Mike Singletary calling the shots on the sidelines and quarterback Alex Smith finally starting to turn things around after many disappointing years, the 49ers were a popular pick to make some things happen in the NFC Conference this season, but unfortunately they have really struggled to start the season as they are coming off their first win of the year against the cross town rival Oakland Raiders. But using the raiders in any scenario involving NFL football betting is a bad idea. Continue Reading…

 
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Added October 23rd, 2010 by Scott

NFL Week 7: Minnesota Vikings vs Green Bay Packers odds and predictions

Minnesota Vikings vs Green Bay Packers Mon. Oct. 25th 8:30pm EST

Last season the Minnesota Vikings were arguably one of the best teams in the NFC Conference and despite everyone doubting them all season long as no one believed that Brett Favre had anything left in the tank, the three-time NFL MVP quarterback was able to lead them all the way to NFC Championship while having arguably the best season of his Hall of Fame caliber career in the NFL. We are excited about this one and looking forward to some great NFL football betting.

Coming into this NFL regular season, the Vikings were hoping for more of the same out of the Silver Fox, but unfortunately that hasn’t been the case as they have struggled to get their offense going without Pro Bowl wide receiver Sidney Rice (hip) all season long.

Despite struggling thus far in the NFL regular season and failing to live up to expectations, the Minnesota Vikings will come into Week 7’s matchup against the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field with some much needed confidence as they were able to get their second win of the season against the Dallas Cowboys. Continue Reading…

 
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Added October 22nd, 2010 by Scott

NFL Week 7: Jacksonville Jaguars vs Kansas City Chiefs Sportsbook odds and predictions

Jacksonville Jaguars vs Kansas City Chiefs Sun. Oct. 24th 1pm EST

The Kansas City Chiefs have been one of the worst teams in the NFL for quite some time now and seemed to fall to last place in the AFC West division year in and out, but this season things have really started to turn around in Kansas City as the Chiefs have turned into a force to be reckoned with.

Starting the season with a win over the division rival San Diego Chargers (21-14) and then following it up with two more wins over the Cleveland Browns (16-14) and the San Francisco 49ers (31-10), the Kansas City Chiefs had proven they were for real and could very well be on their way to an AFC West division title as they were the only undefeated team left coming into Week 5, but they had to go up against Peyton Manning and the Indianapolis Colts and were unable to get the win. Continue Reading…

 
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Added October 20th, 2010 by Scott

NFL Week 7: Pittsburgh Steelers vs Miami Dolphins Sportsbook odds and predictions

Pittsburgh Steelers vs Miami Dolphins Sun. Oct. 24th 1pm EST

The Pittsburgh Steelers came into this NFL regular season with a lot of question marks surrounding their storied franchise as the defense seemed to lose its edge last season and two-time Super Bowl champion quarterback Ben Roethlisberger was about to serve a four game suspension.

Fortunately, even though a lot of people believed that the Cincinnati Bengals and the Baltimore Ravens were the teams to beat in the AFC North division, the Pittsburgh Steelers have played much better than expected over the first six weeks of the season and as a result are in first place in the division with a 4-1 record. Check out some of the odds for this match up below at the worlds bets NFL football betting sites. Continue Reading…

 
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Added October 15th, 2010 by Scott

NFL Week 6: Dallas Cowboys vs Minnesota Vikings Sportsbook odds and predictions

Dallas Cowboys vs Minnesota Vikings Sun. Oct. 17th 4:15pm EST

The Dallas Cowboys and the Minnesota Vikings are two heavyweights in the NFC Conference that have really struggled to live up to expectations this season as they haven’t been able to get anything going over the first five weeks of the season and as a result only have one win heading into their showdown in Week 6.

In what is being called the Panic Bowl, the Cowboys will head to Minnesota to take on Brett Favre’s Vikings in what could be the turning point for both of these teams. Whatever team comes out on the losing end in this battle between once Super Bowl title contenders will almost certainly be forced into making some serious changes either at head coach or on the field. Continue Reading…

 
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Added October 15th, 2010 by Scott

NFL Week 6: New York Jets vs Denver Broncos Sportsbook Odds and Predictions

New York Jets vs Denver Broncos Sun. Oct. 17th 4:05pm EST

After the impressive performance against Brett Favre and the Minnesota Vikings on Monday Night Football last week, the New York Jets have become the best all around team in the NFL in my opinion as they are a dominant on both sides of the football and have all the confidence they need moving forward.

In Week 6, Rex Ryan and company will head to Denver to take on the Broncos in what will almost certainly be a blowout in my opinion. Not only will the Broncos defense have no answer for the Jets potent run and pass offense, but the New York defense will without a doubt stifle the Denver offense as they will lock in on the passing game and try to force Kyle Orton in throwing interceptions all day long. Continue Reading…

 
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Added October 10th, 2010 by Scott

NFL Week 5: Minnesota Vikings vs New York Jets

Minnesota Vikings vs New York Jets Mon. Oct. 11th 8:30pm EST

Coming into this NFL regular season, the Minnesota Vikings were considered to be Super Bowl title contenders once again as they had Brett Favre back under center for one more season and a team full of confidence on both sides of the football.

Unfortunately, after the first four weeks of the season, that doesn’t seem to be the case as the Vikings have lost two of the first three games of the season against the defending Super Bowl champion New Orleans Saints (14-9) and the Miami Dolphins (14-10). The loss to the Saints was to be expected as the Vikings were without Pro Bowl wide receiver Sidney Rice (hip) and Brett Favre was still rusty after sitting out training camp, but losing to the Dolphins was a surprise and a serious wakeup call for the team favored to win the NFC North division over the Green Bay Packers and the Chicago Bears. Continue Reading…

 
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Added October 8th, 2010 by Scott

NFL Week 5: Green Bay Packers vs Washington Redskins Sportsbook odds and predictions

Green Bay Packers vs Washington Redskins Sun. Oct. 10th 1pm EST

The Washington Redskins may have only won two out of the first four games of the NFL regular season so far, but they will be flying high and full of confidence heading into Week 5 after they were able to get the best of Donovan McNabb’s former team in the Philadelphia Eagles last week and claim the top spot in the NFC East division.

Even though the Washington Redskins are now the first place team in the very competitive NFC East division ahead of the Philadelphia Eagles, New York Giants and the Dallas Cowboys, they will have their work cut out for them in Week 5 when they host the Green Bay Packers. For the best NFL wagers, trust Bodog sportsbook. Continue Reading…

 
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    Comments
    • NFL Predictions: Let’s just hope they can make it to Minnesota with that weather.
    • Bill Sanders: The Bucs will try to establish a running game, but if they cannot, they will spread out 5 receivers and...
    • Don Tinian: As usual, the question is whether or not the Vikings offensive line does its job and provides Favre with...
    • James: We hear what your saying Steeler Chick. We meant upset in terms of bookmaker odds. The Pats are a solid team...
    • Pats Fan: This is going to be a good matchup. Brady has been playing pretty well, but so have the Steelers. We should...
    • Steeler Chick: Even tho I am a life-long Steeler fan, A Patriots win would not be an “upset” on Sunday...
    • James: I have Nicks starting tonight and need a nice showing or I am going down this week. Go Giants.
    • Mike: I hope you’re right. I’ve got Eli/Nicks/Jacobs all starting tomorrow for fantasy. Jacobs has settle...