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2010 NFL Week 2 Lines; Quick Breakdown

September 13th, 2010 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on 2010 NFL Week 2 Lines; Quick Breakdown

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Complete List of Week 2 NFL Lines Can Be Found Below

Week 2 of the 2010 NFL campaign is going to get underway this weekend. Below you will find the current list of 2010 week 2 NFL lines and spreads along with a breakdown of the week 2 NFL lines. Be sure to check out the free NFL picks from the expert handicappers at Bankroll Sports this weekend…..  

The Manning brothers are going to be highlighting what should be another fantastic week of NFL football wagering action. The New York Giants will send younger brother Eli up against the Indianapolis Colts and older brother Peyton. These teams started off the year in two vastly different directions, as the Colts were run over by the Houston Texans 34-24, while the Giants were busy making mincemeat out the Carolina Panthers 31-18. The current week two lines at Oddsmaker currently have the Colts listed at 5.5 point favorites in their home opener at Lucas Oil Stadium.

The biggest favorites of all the 2010 week two NFL spreads at this point are the Green Bay Packers. The Pack are coming off of an impressive seven point road win at the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday, and they are coming home for the first time to take on the Buffalo Bills, who were scorched by the Miami Dolphins 15-10. Green Bay is listed at a big 13 point favorite.

Whereas Week 1 featured a ton of home underdogs, the second week of the regular season only features three hosts that are pups. On Monday Night Football, the San Francisco 49ers will try to rebound from their embarrassing defeat at the Seattle Seahawks by taking on the defending champions, the New Orleans Saints. The black and gold marched over the Minnesota Vikings 14-9 in the opener last Thursday night. San Fran is a 4.5 point home underdog, making it the largest week 2 spread.

The Washington Redskins were 3.5 point underdogs last week when the Dallas Cowboys came to town, and they are once again 3.5 point pups against the other team from the Lone Star State, the Houston Texans. Houston posted arguably its biggest win in franchise history when RB Arian Foster rushed for 231 yards en route to a romp at home of the Indianapolis Colts.

The Detroit Lions probably got screwed out of what would’ve been their first road win in 22 tries against the Chicago Bears last weekend, but they will take on the Philadelphia Eagles, who could be playing without QB Kevin Kolb on Sunday. Kolb suffered a concussion last week and might be held out, especially considering how well QB Michael Vick played in his absence. The hosts are 3.5 point pups.

In the other potential marquee game on the slate in Week 2, the Minnesota Vikings are six point home favorites in QB Brett Favre’s first contest of the year in front of the hometown faithful against the Miami Dolphins.

Current 2010 NFL Football Week 2 Lines @ Oddsmaker Sportsbook (as of 9/13/10):
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Week 2 Lines For Sunday, 9/13/2010:

207 – Kansas City Chiefs OTB
208 – Cleveland Browns OTB
Over/Under OTB

209 – Buffalo Bills +13
210 -Green Bay Packers -13
Over/Under 43

211 – Baltimore Ravens OTB
212 – Cincinnati Bengals OTB
Over/Under OTB

213 – Pittsburgh Steelers +5.5
214 – Tennessee Titans -5.5
Over/Under 38

215 – Philadelphia Eagles -3.5
216 – Detroit Lions +3.5
Over/Under 41

217 – Chicago Bears +8.5
218 – Dallas Cowboys -8.5
Over/Under 41

219 – Tampa Bay Buccaneers OTB
220 – Carolina Panthers OTB
Over/Under OTB

221 – Arizona Cardinals +7
222 – Atlanta Falcons -7
Over/Under 43

223 – Miami Dolphins +6
224 – Minnesota Vikings -6
Over/Under 40

225 – St. Louis Rams +4
226 – Oakland Raiders -4
Over/Under 37.5

227 – Seattle Seahawks +3.5
228 – Denver Broncos -3.5
Over/Under 39.5

229 – Houston Texans -3.5
230 – Washington Redskins +3.5
Over/Under 44.5

231 – Jacksonville Jaguars OTB
232 – San Diego Chargers OTB
Over/Under OTB

233 – New England Patriots OTB
234 – New York Jets OTB
Over/Under OTB

235 – New York Giants +5.5
236 – Indianapolis Colts -5.5
Over/Under 47.5

Week 2 Spreads For Sunday, 9/14/2010:

237 – New Orleans Saints -4.5
238 – San Francisco 49ers +4.5
Over/Under 44

NFL Football Picks: Monday Night Football Prop Picks (9/13/10)

September 13th, 2010 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on NFL Football Picks: Monday Night Football Prop Picks (9/13/10)
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NFL football betting fans will get their first taste of Monday Night Football action tonight! The Kansas City Chiefs will take on the San Diego Chargers in the nightcap, but in the main course, the Baltimore Ravens will face the New York Jets. Check out these prop picks for the first Monday of the year.

Ray Rice Over 80.5 Yards
Even though the Ravens are probably going to have more of a chance of focusing in on the passing game now that WR TJ Houshmanzadeh and WR Anquan Boldin are in the fray, that doesn’t mean that Rice isn’t going to be a dominating force this year. Without DL Calvin Pace in the lineup, the big boys up front are going to be thinner than normal for the Jets. Conventional wisdom suggests that New York, who had one of the best rush defenses in the NFL last year, would be able to shut Rice down. We tend to think otherwise. Rice Over 80.5 yards carries (-115 at Hollywood Sportsbook) is the choice for this prop.

Will Mark Sanchez Throw a TD or INT First?
The oddsmakers did a nice job making this line to try to throw you off. On one hand, it is clear that Sanchez threw more INTs than TDs last year. On the other, Baltimore is going to be crushed in the secondary with injuries. However, we still look at a guy like Ed Reed and the depth in that front seven and wonder how Sanchez is going to be finding ways to find the end zone either on the ground or through the air. That being said, the only team that can pressure a quarterback more than Baltimore might be the team on the other side of the field. If the Ravens can get to Sanchez as we expect, especially right up the middle in what could be a relatively shaky center of the Jets offensive line, Sanchez could be prone to multiple INTs in this one. Go with Sanchez to throw an INT first (-110 at Hollywood Sportsbook).

Longest TD of the Game Over/Under 43.5 Yards
Neither one of these offenses has the same type of firepower that they did last year on offense in terms of explosive plays, but that doesn’t mean that we don’t think there will be a long touchdown at any point over the course of this game. Remember that we have both special teams and defensive tuddies that count in here as well. Javier Arenas is going to want to make a great impression on his new team on kick and punt returns, and he was one of the most prolific returners in the history of college football. LaDainian Tomlinson is gone, but both RBs Ryan Mathews and Darren Sproles are potential home run hitters for the Bolts. We also know that new OC Charlie Weis is going to do the best he can to stretch the field and get some confidence in a relatively weak crop of receivers. We already know that his QB Matt Cassel certainly has the arm to make this work. At some point, there is bound to be at least one score that goes Over 43.5 yards (-115 at Hollywood Sportsbook).

Antonio Gates Over/Under 74.5 Receiving Yards
The bottom line here is that QB Philip Rivers is just more comfortable throwing the ball to his massive tight end than he is anywhere else, especially with WR Vincent Jackson still holding out. Yes, there will be plenty of dump offs to Mathews and Sproles out of the backfield, and WR Malcom Floyd might be in for a big day as well, but unless the Chiefs are going to use Eric Berry to shadow Gates the entire game, there could be a ton of holes in the middle of this defense. Look for HC Norv Turner to find ways to get Gates in some open space, even if that means lining him up at wide receiver from time to time. He’ll get at least ten looks in this game, and if that’s the case, he’ll come down with at least seven of the ten and easily fly past this number. Gates will well exceed Over 74.5 yards (-115 at Hollywood Sportsbook).