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Preview NFL Week 10: Texans vs Jaguars Odds Predictions

November 14th, 2010 No comments

texans vs jaguarsThe AFC South has surprisingly turned out to be the most competitive division in the NFL gambling action this season. Never before has this team had more than one or two legitimate playoff contenders but this season all four teams have shot at the post season. It remains the only division in the league that doesn’t have a team with a losing record.

The Houston Texans started off with the early lead in this division but have since fizzled a bit and now sport a 4-4 record. Likewise with the 4-4 Jacksonville Jags which has been treading water for most of the season, but QB David Garrard quietly putting together a fine season this team is poised to make a run. Read more…

NFL Football Odds Panthers vs Buccaneers Predictions

November 13th, 2010 No comments

panthers vs buccaneersThere doesn’t seem to be any great teams in the 2010 NFL betting odds right now but there is an inordinate amount of really good teams, at least a half a dozen with a legitimate shot at the Super Bowl.

The Carolina Panthers (1-7) are not one of them. In fact, despite having a better record than the still winless Buffalo Bills (0-8) is easily the worst team in football. The team has a pretty bad defense that’s giving up 23.0 ppg (22nd in the league) and an offense that is downright embarrassing (11.0 ppg).

When this travels to Tampa Bay in the Week 10 sports betting action to take on the NFC South rival Buccaneers (5-3) it will be beaten badly. Read more…

Sunday Night Football: Cowboys vs Packers Betting Predictions

November 7th, 2010 No comments

cowboys vs packersMathematically the 1-6 Dallas Cowboys could still finish with a 10-6 record, win the bruising NFC East, and get a first round bye in the NFL gambling playoff action. But with just a single victory through the first 2 months of the season there’s a better chance of George W Bush inviting Kanye West to his house for Thanksgiving.

And Lambeau Field is not a very profitable place to go looking for your second win of the season if you’re the struggling Cowboys. Green Bay is freezing this time of year, especially for a night game, and the Packers are 3-1 at home this year. Read more…

Betting on Monday Night Football: Texans vs Colts Odds Lines

November 1st, 2010 No comments

texans vs coltsIf you’re allergic to offense than do not watch this Week 8 Monday Night Football betting odds matchup. You’re bound to have outbreak of hives and a terrible rash and whatever other nasty side effects an abundance of scoring might produce in people with the aforementioned affliction.

When the Indianapolis Colts (4-2) host the Houston Texans (4-2) there will be an explosion of offense and when the clock finally runs out the winner of this matchup will be all alone at the top of the AFC South division standings and the loser will be 1.0 game back in the standings. Read more…

Monday Night Football: Texans vs Colts Odds NFL Wagering

November 1st, 2010 No comments

texans vs coltsIn something of a rarity this week’s Monday Night NFL betting odds matchup will feature two teams that are both coming off a Bye week. There’s little doubt that the Indianapolis Colts will benefit the most from this week off as this team has been fighting injuries all season long and would otherwise have to dress coaching staff to fill out the roster.

Indy (4-2) has managed to get off to a strong start despite one of the longest injury lists in the league. Heading into the November 1st Monday Night Meeting with the Houston Texans (4-2) the Colts have a dozen players listed on the injury report. Several key players like WR Austin Collie and S Bob Sanders are out. Others like Joseph Addai is doubtful and stars WR Reggie Wayne, LB Garry Brackett, WR Pierre Garcon and RB Donald Brown are questionable. Read more…