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Two teams with a heck of a lot of ties to one another will meet on the Week 3 NFL odds on Sunday afternoon at University of Phoenix Stadium, where the Arizona Cardinals will host the Philadelphia Eagles in one of the two battles of the weekend between 2-0 teams.
It’s not often that you say that you see something you’ve never seen before in the history of the NFL, but the Eagles are doing something that has never been done. They are the first team in league history to win their first two games by a single point.
The 2012 home schedule for the Dallas Cowboys begins on Sunday afternoon against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, as they try to beat the NFL betting lines in this Week 3 clash.
The Buccaneers have really set the tone for what should be a great tenure for Head Coach Greg Schiano. Tampa Bay made it known last week against the New York Giants that it isn’t going to be a gigantic pushover as it was last year.
QB Robert Griffin III is going to be making his debut in front of his hometown fans at FedEx Field in NFL betting action this week for his Washington Redskins when they take on the Cincinnati Bengals.
Last year, Cincinnati went 9-0 against teams that didn’t get into the playoffs and 0-8 against teams that did, including a first round loss to the Houston Texans at Reliant Stadium. This year, that appears to be holding serve, as the Bengals beat the Cleveland Browns (not going to the playoffs) and lost to the Baltimore Ravens (probably will go to the playoffs).
When you bet on the NFL, you should know all about the numbers. Numbers for stats, numbers for trends, numbers for betting lines, numbers for ‘totals’ – You should know it all. Here at Bang the Book, we are set to talk about the football betting lines for Week 3. Here are the most important numbers that you need to remember for the week!
0: The number of times that the San Diego Chargers have beaten the Atlanta Falcons at home. Ever. That’s right. The Chargers, no matter whether we’re talking about Qualcomm Stadium or Jack Murphy Stadium,
Week 3 of the 2012 NFL betting campaign is about set to kick off on Thursday night, as all 32 teams continue their conquest to lift the Lombardi Trophy. Today, we take a look at our Top 10 Betting Picks, as we point out some of the most important people, teams, and trends that you’ll be hearing all about as the season continues.
It’s pretty amazing to think that New Orleans Saints QB Drew Brees has thrown at least one touchdown pass in 45 straight games. In fact, it’s almost the three-year anniversary from the last time that Brees didn’t throw at least one TD in a game. That’s why it’s all that more remarkable that his Saints right now, are 0-2 and really threatening to fall out of the playoff chase in the NFC before the year has even really started.
BetAnySports.com is back with another great set of NFL betting props for the NFL Network’s Thursday Night Football. Join us for the Carolina Panthers vs. New York Giants prop picks for this NFC duel at Bank of America Stadium.
Eli Manning Total Completions Over 23.5: We aren’t getting all that excited over the fact that Eli threw for 500+ yards last week when we look at this prop. We just don’t know if the Giants have any other choice but to try to move the ball this way.
The Atlanta Falcons and the Denver Broncos are set to do battle in NFL betting action on ESPN’s Monday Night Football, and here at Bang the Book, we are taking a peek at some of the NFL props for what should be yet another remarkable game on the gridiron.
Peyton Manning Under 25.5 Completions (+100): Manning looked great last week against the Pittsburgh Steelers, but the truth of the matter is if you go back and look at the box score from that game, he threw the ball just 26 times in the whole game.
The Carolina Panthers and the New Orleans Saints both started off the campaign with bad losses in NFL betting action last week. One will be knocked down to 0-2 when these two squads meet on Tobacco Road in an NFC South rivalry game in Week 2.
New Orleans was shockingly bad on both sides of the ball last week against the Washington Redskins. The team went three and out a whopping three times in its first four drives,
Both the Baltimore Ravens and the Philadelphia Eagles are 1-0 right out of the blocks, but they have very different feels to the way that they started their campaign. They’re back in action this Sunday in the City of Brotherly Love in what amounts to be quite the close clash on the NFL betting odds.
The Ravens were arguably the most dominating team in the league on both sides of the ball in Week 1′s romp of the Cincinnati Bengals.
When you bet on the NFL, you should know all about the numbers. Numbers for stats, numbers for trends, numbers for betting lines, numbers for ‘totals’ – You should know it all. Here at Bang the Book, we are set to talk about the football betting lines for Week 2. Here are the most important numbers that you need to remember for the week!