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You won’t find a more important game on Thanksgiving Day in football betting action this year than the one that will be played in Big D, as the Dallas Cowboys look to take down the hated Washington Redskins.
We’ve warned over the course of the last few weeks that the Redskins might be a dangerous outfit if they could ever figure out how to string some defense together.
Thanksgiving Day football betting action kicks off on Thursday from Motown, where the Detroit Lions will play host to the Houston Texans.
The Texans have embarked on a ton of firsts over the course of the last year or so, and this time around, they are going to be playing for the first time ever on Thanksgiving Day.
Big time rivals that have had quite the history against one another are going to meet up on Sunday in a showcase NFL betting showdown in Week 11, as the New England Patriots face off with the Indianapolis Colts.
The Colts are coming into this one riding high, as they have won four straight games both SU and ATS and have won five times in six games since losing Head Coach Chuck Pagano to his fight with leukemia.
Here at Bang the Book, we have all of the top matchups of the 2012 NFL betting campaign covered! Today, we’re taking a look at the best matchups for Week 11!
Thursday Night Football this week heads to Ralph Wilson Stadium, where NFL betting fans will hope to pick the right side in this crucial AFC East duel between the Miami Dolphins and the Buffalo Bills.
The Dolphins looked like a truly promising team two weeks ago, as they were coming off of their third straight win against the New York Jets and were on the right side of the playoff picture.
The Seattle Seahawks and New York Jets have played some memorable games in the past, and they are going to renew ties on Sunday afternoon at CenturyLink Field in NFL betting action this week.
The Jets have been running their mouths again, and now it is DB Antonio Cromartie who is saying that the team is going to make the playoffs this year. That probably means winning this one, because the Miami Dolphins and New England Patriots are starting to open up some ground and the amount of games left to play is starting to dwindle.
The New England Patriots and the Buffalo Bills are going to do battle on Sunday afternoon at Gillette Stadium, where these two teams are going to be locked in a clash to try to beat the NFL betting lines.
Buffalo knows that it has to be a heck of a lot better in this game than it was when these two teams met the first time around.
The battle on the NFL odds in the NFC North will be hot and heavy on Sunday afternoon at the Metrodome, where the Minnesota Vikings and Detroit Lions battle it out for playoff positioning.
The Vikings are really falling from grace and have been over the course of the last several weeks. They were beaten by the Seattle Seahawks last week 30-20 on the road, which knocked them to the wrong side of the playoff picture for the first time all year long.
Here at Bang the Book, we have all of the top matchups of the 2012 NFL betting campaign covered! Today, we’re taking a look at the best matchups for Week 10!
The Colts and the Jaguars have had a fierce rivalry over the years, but the men that had the most impact in this series, QB Peyton Manning and RB Maurice Jones-Drew are both not playing. RB Rashad Jennings was long billed to be the next MJD, but in this chance to prove himself, he really has come up short of the mark and hasn’t reached 70 rushing yards in a game.
The college football season is winding down and unlike other professional sports there is no playoff system, well at least not yet. Without a playoff system the college football teams that want to play longer have to hope for a bowl bid.
In order to get into a bowl game a team must become bowl eligible by getting a certain amount of wins. The bowl run goes hand-in hand with the run to win a division or conference to get into a big conference championship game.