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NFC foes meet in NFL wagering warfare on Sunday afternoon at FedEx Field, as the Green Bay Packers take on the Washington Redskins.
The 2010 NFL betting campaign wrapped up Week 4 on Monday night. Here at Bang the Book, we’ve got you covered for all of the most important news and notes from Week 4 betting action!
He’s baaaaaaaaaaaack! QB Donovan McNabb heads back to the City of Brotherly Love for a Sunday afternoon NFL betting duel. He’ll lead his Washington Redskins against the Philadelphia Eagles.
Football fans around the NFL will find out just how good the Houston Texans (1-0) are following their 34-24 upset of Indianapolis last Sunday. Houston (-3 @ Diamond Sportsbook) had lost 15 of the previous 16 meetings with the Colts before that game and now visits the Washington Redskins (1-0) off an outstanding defensive performance in a 13-7 win over Dallas last Sunday night.
The 2010 NFL betting campaign wrapped up its first week of play on Monday night. Here at Bang the Book, we've got you covered for all of the most important news and notes from Week 1 NFL wagering action!
It’s the first Sunday Night Football betting affair of the season, and Bang the Book has your free picks for all of the action, as the Dallas Cowboys take on the new look Washington Redskins.
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.
Preview of the NFC East on the 2010 NFL betting lines.
The Washington Redskins host the New England Patriots on Friday night and NFL odds have the home team as the underdog. That makes sense considering the first string Washington offense has done next to nothing so far in the preseason. Quarterback Jason Campbell has picked up right where he left off last season with his poor play.
The Washington Redskins will try and slow down the NFL’s best team as they host the New York Giants on Sunday. There was little doubt among most people who the best team in the NFL was even before Tennessee lost last week. Now there is no debate. The Giants hold a three-game lead over Washington and Dallas in the NFC East and a two game lead over Tampa Bay and Carolina for home field advantage in the NFC.