Tag Archives: Detroit Lions

  • AUGUST 31ST, 2010

    NFL Preseason Week 3 Recap, News, and Notes

    The 2010 NFL preseason betting campaign wrapped up its third week of play on Sunday night. Here at Bang the Book, we've got you covered for all of the most important news and notes from around the NFL and its third week of preseason betting action! Home Heroes: Nine of the 16 home teams in NFL Preseason Week 3 both won outright and ATS. The biggest winners o.....

  • AUGUST 27TH, 2010

    NFL Preseason Betting Lines: Cleveland Browns vs. Detroit Lions

    Cleveland Browns (1-1, 1-1 ATS)Detroit Lions (1-1, 1-1 ATS) Any time that the Detroit Lions or Cleveland Browns can get a victory, it's a good day for their franchises, even if that win does come in NFL preseason betting action. We look at the NFL preseason odds at this duel in the Motor City for Saturday night's nationally televised game o.....

  • AUGUST 17TH, 2010

    NFL Preseason Week 1 Recap, News, and Notes

    The 2010 NFL preseason betting campaign wrapped up its first week of play on Monday night. The recap for several teams isn't a pretty one, as is usually the case for the opening game of the year. But here at Bang the Book, we've got you covered for all of the most important news and notes from around the NFL. Underdog Uprising: Only five of the 16 teams that.....

  • NOVEMBER 27TH, 2008

    Tennessee Titans at Detroit Lions Pick and Preview

    NFL Betting Preview Tennessee Titans (10-1) at Detroit Lions (0-11) Thursday, 12:30 pm Eastern – CBS   SBG Global Opening Line: Titans  -  11  ,  Total  44   The Tennessee Titans will try and rebound from their first loss of the season as they take on the winless Detroit Lions on Thanksgiving.  The Lions could become the first team in NFL history t.....

  • AUGUST 16TH, 2008

    Detroit Lions at Cincinnati Bengals NFLX Pick and Preview

    NFL Preseason Betting Preview Detroit Lions at Cincinnati Bengals Sunday, 7:30 pm EasternSBG Global Opening Line: Bengals   - 3.5  ,  Total  37.5   The Detroit Lions and Cincinnati Bengals are known more for throwing the ball than running it.  Both teams are trying to change that image and will get another chance to do so as they meet in Cincinnati.....