Submitted by Mike Pickett on Mon, 08/30/2010 - 13:01
They might be the most talented team in the NFL, but talent hasn’t been enough in recent years and the Dallas Cowboys odds situation reflects this. Dallas has fallen short of expectations numerous times since Wade Phillips took over as head coach. Anything less than a Super Bowl in 2010-11 might cost him his job. Of course, if you’re listening to Sportsbook.ag, he has a pretty good chance of getting it done – Dallas has +900 Super Bowl odds this season.
Submitted by Mike Pickett on Mon, 08/30/2010 - 10:07
The New York Giants were crowned Super Bowl champions just three years ago, but those good times are in the rear-view mirror after last year’s disastrous collapse. Not only did they miss the playoffs, they did so after starting the season 5-0, dropping New York Giants odds down considerably heading into this year at Bovada. The Giants are far from Super Bowl favorites at +2500 but, with a win total set at 8.5 and the over favored, New York looks like a solid bet to compete for a Wild Card berth.
Submitted by Mike Pickett on Mon, 08/30/2010 - 09:46
The more things change, the more they remain the same with Washington Redskins odds. For the umpteenth season in a row, the Washington Redskins (a) are trying to improve on a disappointing season prior, (b) have a new coach and (c) will pin their hopes on some expensive new veterans. So did the Redskins make the right offseason decisions this time? And are they worth a wager at Sportsbook.ag?
Submitted by Jack Randall on Sat, 08/28/2010 - 11:19
Brett Favre gets his second preseason start on Saturday when he and the Vikings play host to the Seattle Seahawks. Favre's preseason debut last week against San Francisco was a pretty uneventful one. The grizzled veteran saw the field for only four plays and completed one pass to Adrian Peterson for 18 yards. Favre also ended up on his back once after getting sacked by Patrick Willis. After Favre's departure all the Vikings could muster was a touchdown and a field goal and they lost to the 49ers 15-10.
Submitted by Jack Randall on Fri, 08/27/2010 - 08:42
Thursday night in the NFL produced a pair of entertaining pre-season matchups, as both games served up plenty of scoring. In the first game, the St. Louis Rams pulled off an upset, winning 36-35 as an 8-point underdog vs. the New England Patriots.
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Submitted by Jack Randall on Fri, 08/27/2010 - 08:28
Dig for “sleeper” lists among sports betting pundits and you’ll find the San Francisco 49ers near the top pretty much everywhere. With the Cardinals set to regress, the door to win the NFC West is now open and many people expect San Francisco to walk through it.
Submitted by Mike Pickett on Thu, 08/26/2010 - 12:42
Since its creation, the AFC South division title has gone to the Indianapolis Colts six of eight times. Barring an injury to Peyton Manning, the Colts should make it seven this season. The Colts won their sixth AFC South title last season and will head into this year as a -240 favorite to repeat. Leading them there will once again be Manning and the Colts' potent offense. Manning's got an overabundance of quality receivers this season including Reggie Wayne, Pierre Garcon, Austin Collie, tight end Dallas Clark, and the returning Anthony Gonzalez.
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