NFL Betting: Randy Moss returns to Vikings

By: Sports Interaction | Friday, October 8, 2010
Brett Favre

Brett Favre has a new receiver to throw to after Randy Moss’ return to Minnesota.

The prodigal son has returned. After leaving for Oakland, then going to a Super Bowl with New England, Randy Moss is back in purple. With Sidney Rice still injured, the Vikings needed an answer at wide receiver and they have landed a big catch in Moss.

While Moss might steal the headlines before the game, he won’t be the most dominant receiver on the field. The return of Santonio Holmes to the NFL after a four-game suspension will be Sunday’s big story. New York’s wide receiver is back and I’d like him to feast on the Minnesota secondary. Bet on the New York Jets to win big with Sports Interaction.

Speaking of comebacks, Brian Cushing returns to the Texans defense after his suspension to start the NFL season. The linebacker returns just in time as Houston faces one of the NFL’s best defensive fronts when the Giants come to Reliant Stadium. The Texans have a solid front seven as well but neither team looks great in the secondary. It should prove a high-scoring game with home advantage proving the decisive factor. Bet on the Houston Texans as 3-point favorites and win big with Sports Interaction.

Whoever said it was always sunny in Philadelphia needs to take another look. Last I checked Michael Vick was down with injured ribs and a check-down artist pretending to be a quarterback had replaced him. With Kevin Kolb under center, the Eagles will fail to make the most of talents like DeSean Jackson and Jeremy Maclin. Don’t expect a lot from the Philadelphia offense on Sunday night, especially against a hungry 49ers’ defense. This San Francisco team needs to win a game and fast. On Sunday they have the perfect opportunity against a quarterback waiting to be crushed. Bet on the San Francisco 49ers to win as 3½-point favorites with Sports Interaction.

The Dallas Cowboys aren’t winless but they are still looking for their first home win of 2010. On Sunday they welcome an inconsistent Titans team to Cowboys’ Stadium. Tennessee’s quarterback, Vince Young, will be keen to make a good impression in his home state. Young should get plenty of help from his defense, which should cause nightmares for the Cowboys’ offensive line. Between VY and Chris Johnson the Titans should have enough to win on the road. Take the Titans for the upset as 6½-point underdogs and win big with Sports Interaction.

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