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Chicago Bears Betting Odds Preview

The Chicago Bears' offense exploded last season, as they scored more points than every team not named the Denver Broncos.

Making this offensive overload even more impressive was the fact that they did it without their starting quarterback for a good chunk of the season.

Oft-injured QB Jay Cutler made it into 11 games last season, and still passed for 2621 yards with 19 touchdowns and 12 interceptions. Not only do the Bears need Cutler to continue to put up big numbers, they need him to stay in the lineup.

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Minnesota Vikings Betting Odds Preview

After a successful 2012 season that saw them finish 10-6 and make the playoffs, the ship quickly started sinking for the Vikings last season.

Minnesota’s defense imploded, Adrian Peterson couldn’t carry the offense by himself, and the end result was a 5-10-1 record and a gutting of the coaching staff. Former Cincinnati defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer now takes the helm and tries to get the Vikings afloat again.

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New Orleans Saints Betting Odds Preview

With head coach Sean Payton back on the sidelines the Saints rebounded from a down year in 2012 to post an 11-5 record and snag a Wild Card spot last season. The Saints boasted their usual potent air attack, but what really surprised football fans was their stellar defense.

With Drew Brees and Co. still leading the offense and the defense upgraded even more the Saints could be marching away with the NFC South this season. Brees topped the 5000 yards passing mark for the third straight season and should be headed that way again with all the weapons at his disposal.

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Oregon State Betting Odds Preview

Playing in the big green shadow of the Nike Ducks is probably tough, but the Beavers do what they can, make a little noise once in a while, keep going to bowls. But they just haven't been able to break through and make a run to the Pac-12 title.

Two years ago Oregon State started 6-0, then went 3-4 from there; last year OSU started 6-1, then went 1-5. And last season the Beavers got out-rushed by 100 yards per game. Oregon State will have to turn those two trends around if it wants to compete for a berth in the Pac-12 championship game.

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