Odds released for NFL Week 1
The NFL Week 1 odds have just been released at BroburySports.com and we’re giving you the top-5 questions to watch out for.
1) Who will replace Ben Roethlisberger? Big Ben got in big trouble with his latest sexual assault case and now he’s been suspended by the league for a minimum of four games.
The two candidates to replace him are Byron Leftwich and Dennis Dixon. The oddsmakers aren’t high on either with Pitt one-point home ‘chalk’ against Atlanta.
2) Brett Favre, will he or won’t he? The NFL’s biggest Soap Star now says he needs minor ankle surgery in order to play next year. Everyone is expecting him to come back to the Vikings and that’s why they’re just four points ‘dogs at the defending champion New Orleans Saints on Thursday night.
3) What will be the early returns on the Mike Shanahan and Donovan McNabb era? Washington made two bold moves in the offseason. They got a Super Bowl winning coach and a future Hall of Famer (from division rival Philly). There is lots of buzz, but they have a tough opening game hosting Dallas as four-point dogs.
4) Is Kevin Kolb the real deal? Kolb takes over for McNabb in Philly. It’s always easier being the backup quarterback than the starter, especially in a rabid football town. The Eagles open as one-point home favorites over Green Bay. Packers’ quarterback Aaron Rodgers knows about replacing a legend (Favre), and they’re legitimate NFC contenders.
5) Will Rex Ryan ever shut his mouth? The bombastic head coach of the NY Jets just can’t keep quiet on any subject. Jets fans love him, but you have to back up your words on the field. The Jets host Baltimore on Monday night as three-point favorites. Ryan used to be their coordinator and was passed up as head coach. It should be a great one!
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Minnesota (+4) at New Orleans –Thursday Night
Miami (-2) at Buffalo
Detroit (+7) at Chicago
Oakland (+8) at Tennessee
Cincinnati (+6 ½) at New England
Carolina (+7) at NY Giants
Atlanta (+1) at Pittsburgh
Cleveland (+1 ½) at Tampa Bay
Denver (+2) at Jacksonville
Indianapolis (-3) at Houston
San Francisco (Even) at Seattle
Green Bay (+1) at Philadelphia
Arizona (-3 ½) at St. Louis
Dallas (-4) at Washington – Sunday Night
Baltimore (+3) at NY Jets – Monday Night
San Diego (-5 ½) at Kansas City – Monday Night