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For sports bettors, the NFC North may represent some of the very best value out there.
Anything is possible with the Detroit Lions since they play in a questionable division and played impressive ball the start of last season before imploding.
The Tennessee Titans are one of those teams given long odds in 2008 yet there seems to be an opinion that they could perform higher than expectations.
The Houston Texans have the unenviable position of playing in a division that includes the likes of the Indianapolis Colts and Jacksonville Jaguars.
The Jacksonville Jaguars 2008 odds are such that this team could conceivably enjoy a better record than the long dominating Indianapolis Colts when all is said and done.
It's hard to imagine a team that won only one game last year winning a Super Bowl championship this year. With Bill Parcells overseeing the Miami Dolphins this year, their odds improve.
The Cincinnati Bengals 2008 odds are hampered somewhat by odds makers opinion that the team will win UNDER 7 ½ regular season games in 2008. The good folks at SBG Global - a leading industry online gambling site with the best bonuses in the business - have posted a line of -130 on the Bengals winning UNDER 7 ½ games and even odds on going over that number. That's not good.
Odds to win the 2008 NFC East are among the tightest in the league, exemplified by the fact that the 2008 Super Bowl champion New York Giants are a +400 long shot and third most likely to win this
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The Washington Redskins are indeed the red-headed step child of the NFC East Division.
Odds to win the 2008 AFC East belong solely to the New England Patriots.
The Buffalo Bills 2008 odds and their odds to win the 2009 Super Bowl are pretty worthless if you listen to the pundits who believed the New England Patriots not only own the AFC East division but
Odds to win the 2008 AFC North are tight thanks to the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cleveland Browns who are practically deadlocked as the favorites to win this division.
The Baltimore Ravens won the Super Bowl in 2000. That seems like over a century ago. The Ravens haven't been a terrible team since that time but they have hardly lived up to expectations either.
The New Orleans Saints 2008 odds have been slashed for whatever the reason.
Last season in the NFL, teams that committed less (forced more) turnovers than their opponent logged an impressive 162-39 (81%) mark on the field, and a 155-41-5 record ATS (79%) (against the point
Don't look now but many believe that the Cleveland Browns could win the AFC North Division.
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Don't look now but the Dallas Cowboys are the new favorites to win the 2009 Super Bowl...well, almost. The New England Patriots had odds of +305, the Dallas Cowboys had odds of +350.
It seems like only yesterday that the Seattle Seahawks made an appearance in the Super Bowl and it practically was, but since then the odds makers haven't even considered the Seahawks. This year may be different with the Seattle Seahawks 2008 odds much shorter and their odds to win the 2009 Super Bowl set at +2000 for a payout potential of $2000 on every $100 bet at SBG Global.
There has been a lot of talk about the Minnesota Vikings being one of the top teams in the NFC and their 2008 odds seem to reflect this as does the Vikings odds to win the 2009 Super Bowl.
Going all the way and winning the Super Bowl, Minnesota had odds of +2000 for a potential $2000 payout on every $100 bet. Their odds of winning the NFC Championship was set at +900. The Vikings odds to win more than 9 regular season games was set at -125.
The Pittsburgh Steelers may be a terrific value this year if the team can rebound after a few disappointing seasons since their Super Bowl with odds to win the 2009 Super Bowl set at +1700 for a $1
What could be a surprise team in 2008, The Philadelphia Eagles have been listed with odds of +1700 to win the 2009 Super Bowl at Bookmaker.comSubmitted by Don Shapiro on, Aug/21/2008
Tony George brings Gambling911.com readers his all important 2008 NFL power rankings, which should certainly be used in conjunction with placing future bets on the upcoming NFL season.
No doubt that the perception at least is the Green Bay Packers have been hurt by what transpired with Brett Favre.
Absolutely zero respect coming the New York Giants way considering they are the reigning Super Bowl champs yet odds makers have the Giants odds to win the 2008 NFC set at +700 or 7/1 and to win the
The San Diego Chargers are listed with the second best odds to win the 2008 AFC Championship.
One novel idea comes from the folks at Bookmaker.com who have introduced Brett Favre New York Jets betting odds in addition to comparison odds between the Favre-backed Jets and Favre-less Green Bay
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