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Super Bowl Odds – New England -12

Looking at the odds for the Superbowl, New England -12 may have a hard time covering. The Giants are playing fantastic as a team, defense is great and the offence is running well, not fantastic but well. New England has been getting a lot of focus by the NFL obviously after going the entire season without a loss, I think this is a problem for them now as the Giants should see the weaknesses in both offense and defence as we can. Stay on the inside of the defense as the backs play off and outside, put LOTS of pressure on Brady and they should cover easily, if not beat the unbeaten?Â

Is Tom Brady hurt? Its hard to tell but by the end of the first quarter we should have the answer! Is Manning getting some inside information from Payton? I am a firm believer blood is stronger than sport, and Payton would much rather have New England beaten in the big game than not. Look for a great by the Giants, also look to Bill to put his plans together to stop them.

I think this will be a very interesting Super Bowl, much better matchup than most people really think.

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Week 3 NFL Odds

Date & Time  Favorite  Line  Underdog  Total
9/23 1:00 ET Indianapolis -5.5      At Houston        48
9/23 1:00 ET San Diego -4.5          At Green Bay  43.5
9/23 1:00 ET At Kansas City -2.5      Minnesota         33
9/23 1:00 ET At Philadelphia -7         Detroit        44.5
9/23 1:00 ET At New England -16     Buffalo         42
9/23 1:00 ET At NY Jets -3                Miami                35.5
9/23 1:00 ET At Pittsburgh -8.5     San Francisco   38
9/23 1:00 ET At Baltimore -7.5          Arizona         35.5
9/23 1:00 ET At Tampa Bay -3.5       St. Louis       38.5
9/23 4:05 ET At Denver -3                 Jacksonville     35.5
9/23 4:05 ET At Seattle -3.5        Cincinnati      50
9/23 4:05 ET At Oakland -3         Cleveland      39
9/23 4:15 ET Carolina -4                     At Atlanta        36
9/23 4:15 ET At Washington -3.5    NY Giants         40.5
9/23 8:15 ET At Chicago -3         Dallas           42

Monday Night Football Line

9/24 8:30 ET At New Orleans -5     Tennessee          45.5

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NFL Week 2 proves to be very profitable to the bookies

Week 2 of the NFL season proved to be a very profitable week for the bookies as the heavy favorites failed to cover the spreads. Teams like the Bengals, Colts and Saints received nearly 100% of the action and failed to cover. Some other surprises like the losses by the Seahawks, Rams, Panthers and Broncos also helped the bottom line.

The only heavy favorite to cover was the Pittsburgh Steelers.

This is good news for the books as they’ve had a roller coaster ride the last couple of years.

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NFL game of the week, staring the BROWNS?

Wow.. That’s about all I can say about the Cleveland Browns 51-46 shootout win over the Cincinnati Bengals Sunday. The Cleveland Browns looking like the worst possible team in the NFL after the beating they took from the Steelers, History making one quarter benching of the starting quarterback then a later trade the same week. Well they came out shooting Sunday hitting everyone involved! Even the running game got a boost with over 200 yard rushing and 500+ plus yards total offense. Lost in all these stats id Joshua Cribbs 400+ plus yards in return alone. Wow..

 With all this offence on both sides, you have to wonder where the defence was? Well the Browns had a defensive stand when i counted, final minute when Cincinnati has the ball, the Cleveland Brown were able to get a diving sideline, toe scraping pick by Lee Boden to seal the game. Its been a long time since the fans of Cleveland have had something to cheer about, lets hope this can continue!

What about NFL fantasy football players and the book makers? Well all I can say is, did anyone see this coming?

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2007 Week 2 NFL betting odds

Opening lines: (home team in CAPS)

PITTSBURGH (-9) Buffalo
Indianapolis -(7) TENNESSEE
CAROLINA (-6 1/2) Houston
JACKSONVILLE (-10 1/2) Atlanta
DETROIT (-3) Minnesota
Dallas (-3) MIAMI
DENVER (-9 1/2) Oakland
CHICAGO (-12) Kansas City
NEW ENGLAND (-3) San Diego
PHILADELPHIA (-7) Washington

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Monday Night Football Twofer

49ersThe football gods have blessed us with two Monday night football games to kick off the 2007 NFL season. To mark this special occasion, we’re giving you a free expert pick.

The Arizona Cardinals have lost 6 of their last 7 openers, while the San Francisco 49ers have won 11 of 14. With two shaky defenses and the Cardinals having played an OVER the total in 17 of their last 23 road games in the regular season we like the Over (45 1/2) and The 49ers (-3).

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Are you ready for some football? Week One NFL Lines

Are you ready for some football? John Mellencamp, Faith Hill and Kelly Clarkson will provide the music for the NFL’s Opening Kickoff 2007, and then the defending Super Bowl champion Colts host the New Orleans Saints.

QB Drew Brees and the Saints, who led the league in passing yards last season, surprised many by making it to the NFC title game. “They’re well coached, and they’re exciting. They’ll be better this year,” predicts John Madden. The Colts have lost a host of key players since the Super Bowl, but Madden says he’ll “go with the champs until somebody beats them. They’ve got Peyton Manning. If you want to beat them, you’ve got to think in terms of scoring four TDs.”

Follow along all season long as we bring you weekly NFL odds and ends.

Here are this weeks lines…

THURSDAY

Saints (+6) at Colts

SUNDAY

Chiefs (+3) at Texans
Broncos (-3) at Bills
Steelers (-4.5) at Browns
Titans (+6.5) at Jaguars
Panthers (+1) at Rams
Eagles (-3) at Packers
Falcons (+3) at Vikings
Dolphins (+3) at Redskins
Pats (-6.5) at Jets
Bucs (+6) at Seahawks
Bears (+6) at Chargers
Lions (+1.5) at Raiders
Giants (+6) at Cowboys

MONDAY

Ravens (+2.5) at Bengals
Cards (+3) at 49ers.