NFL Odds: SIA examines four NFL games
By: Sports Interaction
Friday, September 24, 2010
New Orleans is a four-point favorite in Sunday’s game against Atlanta.
Divisional matchups dominate the NFL betting spread th
is weekend and Sports Interaction
betting analyst Al Dannity
is here to analyze four of the best.
No team has ever won the NFC South two years running, but are you going to bet against the New Orleans Saints doing it in 2010? New Orleans kicks off NFC South play with a home game against Atlanta. The Falcons had their wings clipped in their first game at Pittsburgh but soared mightily last Sunday against Arizona in a 41-7 beat-down.
Atlanta quarterback Matt Ryan will need to be on his guard and make no mistakes to keep his team in contention this weekend. The Saints' defense knows how to force turnovers and was rampant against the 49ers on Monday night. Drew Brees and the New Orleans offense have yet to hit top gear, but that's going to change on Sunday.
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The Miami Dolphins are the surprise leaders of the AFC East thanks to a 2-0 start to the season. The Dolphins welcome the Jets to Miami on Sunday Night. Expect plenty of defense in this game as New York and Miami have combined to concede just 44 points between them in the first two weeks of the season.
I expect Mark Sanchez will have a quieter night a week after putting in his career-best performance against the Patriots. We're in for another defensive struggle this weekend and expect a low-scoring encounter, favoring the home team.
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to win as 1 ½-point favorites with Sports Interaction
The Chicago Bears are tied atop the NFC North with 2-0 record. This Sunday they meet the other 2-0 team in their division, the Green Bay Packers. The Bears needed some luck to overcome the Lions and managed to beat Dallas despite giving up 374 passing yards. Chicago will need to raise its game if it is to come out on top for a third week running.
The Packers were impressive against the Eagles and had no difficulty disposing of the Bills. Green Bay is the team to beat in this division and possibly the whole NFC. I like the Packers to move to 3-0 this weekend.
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Finally we come to the AFC North where the Ravens host the Browns. Baltimore's offense has lacked a killer instinct so far this season. With so much talent that can only last so long. Cleveland is the perfect opponent for Joe Flacco and friends to open up their game and run up a big score.
Bet on the Baltimore Ravens as 10 ½-point favorites to win big with Sports Interaction.