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Tampa Bay Buccaneers (10-6 SU, 10-5-1 ATS, 3rd Place in NFC South) The Tampa Bay Buccaneers really arrived a year beyond scheduled last year when they finished at 10-6 and right on the cusp of the postseason. It’s been a …
The 2011 NFL Draft is right around the corner, and here at Bang the Book, we’ve got all of the team needs for the NFC South squads drawn up in preparation for the draft. Atlanta Falcons Draft Choices: 27, 59, …
A pair of potential playoff teams meet up at the Louisiana Superdome in Week 17, as the New Orleans Saints clash with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. This NFL betting battle is one of the most important of the day and is certainly not one that you want to miss.
It might mean everything, and it might mean absolutely nothing. Either way, NFL betting fans are going to love to sink their teeth into this battle at Raymond James Stadium on Sunday, as the Seattle Seahawks face off with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The Washington Redskins have clearly run out of rope, as they need to win this game to stay mathematically alive for a chance at the postseason this year. However, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who are two games in front of them heading into this NFL betting affair, are probably thinking the exact same thing, as their window of opportunity to get into the playoffs is starting to close as well.
Things are starting to get a little hairy for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who badly need to get back into the win column on Sunday afternoon. However, the Atlanta Falcons have the best record in the NFC and are tied for the best mark in the league, and they don’t want to give that up on Sunday at Raymond James Stadium.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have been disrespected all season long, but they can really make a huge statement on Sunday when they travel to M&T Bank Field to take on the Baltimore Ravens.
The 2010 NFL betting campaign wrapped up Week 11 on Monday night. Here at Bang the Book, we’ve got you covered for all of the most important news and notes from Week 11 betting action!
First place in the NFC South is on the line at the Georgia Dome on Sunday afternoon, as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers look to pull off the shocker against the Atlanta Falcons.
At the outset of the season, you probably wouldn’t think that the clash between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Arizona Cardinals meant all that much. However, if the postseason started today, the Bucs would be in, while the Cardinals would only be a half game out. This NFL betting affair in the desert has some high stakes on Halloween afternoon.