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NFL Betting – Week 16 Picks

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Wednesday, 23 December 2009 21:31

NFL Betting – Week 16 Picks Houston Texans @ Miami Dolphins

Sports Betting Odds: Dolphins -3 

The Houston Texans have been one of the most frustrating teams to cheer for this year. Each and every week you don’t know what you’re going to get from them. 

Case and point: two weeks ago at home to the Seattle Seahawks as a six-point favorite, the Texans thrashed them 34-7. Last Sunday, as a 14-point favorite over the St. Louis Rams, who were playing with their third string quarterback and who had been fighting the swine flu bug, the Texans barely won by three points. 

The Miami Dolphins are a very consistent team. Generally speaking, they run the ball well every week, they play smart and as long as they don’t turn it over, they usually win. That will be the case again this week and they should get the win.

 

The Dolphins have a huge edge on the line of scrimmage in this game and that should be the most noticeable difference. They should be able to open some holes for Ricky Williams and they should be able to give quarterback Chad Henne plenty of time to throw. The Texans will be fatigued playing their second consecutive road game. 

Bet Jamaica Reviews Picks: Dolphins -3 

Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ New Orleans Saints

NFL Betting Lines: Saints -14.5 

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers had their hoorah last week when they upended the Seattle Seahawks on the road for their second win of the year. Getting their third win this year will be significantly more difficult. 

The New Orleans Saints are stinging from their loss last week to the Dallas Cowboys, which was their first loss of the year. They played a very flat game last week and considering they will have an extra day to prepare for this contest, you can expect to be far more focused. 

The Bucs did a good job of winning last week but beating the hapless Seattle Seahawks is quite a different story than topping what is still the top seed in the NFC. 

The Saints smacked around the Bucs in their first matchup and that contest was in Tampa Bay. Now that the Saints are at home and the Bucs are playing their second of back-to-back road games, they are going to be in trouble. This is going to be a very one-sided, high-scoring blowout. 

Sports Betting Tip: Saints -14.5

 
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