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NFL Betting Week 1 Analysis and Predictions

Written by Matt Stevens   
Saturday, 11 September 2010 20:45

NFL Week 1 Odds to WinThe two most explosive match of the day surely will be held on Monday, with the Dallas Cowboys getting to the Washington Redskins in their spectacular new stadium and the tough defense of the Baltimore Ravens visit the new Meadowlands Stadium to face the architect of this defense, Rex Ryan and his talented New York Jets led by Mark Sanchez on Monday night.

The Washington Redskins entered the game with a project that looks interesting led by world champion head coach Mike Shanahan and quarterback Donovan McNabb again, but the Cowboys look strong despite his poor season. The Lone Star Redskins swept a very different last year and then beat the Eagles QB three times without defeat. The meeting promises to emotions, but in the end the Cowboys look superior.

The divisional games had all summer to cook over low heat and seem to come with more intensity than ever to Sunday 12. The Miami Dolphins and Buffalo Bills will be in the Sun Life Stadium. The Dolphins have a number of offensive weapons that did not shine in the NFL betting preseason but are ready to explode at the right time.

The Bills are not reinforced in the same way as their colleagues but with the intense division rivalry, the duel could hold surprises.

The Pittsburgh Steelers will host the Atlanta Falcons Matt Ryan with his splendid defense ready for action. Mike Tomlin's pupils expect that the absence of quarterback Ben Roethlisberger does not affect performance too or create a distraction. The Falcons come to link winning seasons for the first time in its history, and have great aspirations to challenge the Saints for dominance of the NFC South.

The Houston Texans at Reliant Stadium are the champions of the AFC, the Indianapolis Colts. The Texans are still seeking their first playoff appearance and the way uphill to start the offense of Peyton Manning. If Houston wants to change the status quo of the division to be demonstrated this week.

In the New England Patriots Foxboro will host the Cincinnati Bengals. You can never rule out the three-time world champions, but the injury of Leigh Bodden and a weak perimeter of New England, joined the team of "Batman" Owens and "Robin" Ochocinco make this game look more closed
The meeting between the Oakland Raiders and Tennessee Titans seems intriguing. The Raiders have brought forward in the Bay Area with her new look while Tennessee expect Chris Johnson to carry the team on his shoulders if Vince Young fall into another of his early season bumps.

After the thrashing they handed the Carolina Panthers to the New York Giants to close the history of the old Meadowlands Stadium, led by Eli Manning will seek revenge for their brand new facilities. The Giants boast a good defense again, but the offense did not impress in preseason. The quality of the Panthers' defense could portend a close game in New Jersey.

For its part, the Denver Broncos will try to forget the disappointing second half of the 2009 season when he received in the INVESCO Field to the Jacksonville Jaguars. Kyle Orton will take the burden of a Broncos plagued by injury and lost to Brandon Marshall. In addition, you have to do with the shadow of rookie Tim Tebow on himself. The Jaguars did little in the preseason, but usually the month of August is not accurate in predicting the regular season. Anything can happen.

The Cleveland Browns and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers face off at Raymond James Stadium in a game that both must be considered one of the most evenly matched in their itinerary. The Browns can keep Jake Delhomme surprises, but overall neither reaches the beginning of the season with high hopes.

The first wave of games is rounded by the Detroit Lions visiting Jay Cutler and the Chicago Bears in a duel of whom seem to fight the bottom of the NFC North. For the afternoon, the Arizona Cardinals try to stay at the head of his division to a Saint Louis Rams who pin their hopes on Steven Jackson and the arm of freshman Sam Bradford. St. Louis may need more work before being able to compete with their division rivals.

Many experts predict that this will be the year that Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers den step back to prominence and appear in the Super Bowl. His path will start at Lambeau to receive a premiere Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Kevin Kolb, they hope, will give the impetus to finally win the championship.

The San Francisco 49ers started the season as favorites to win their division, considered one of the weakest in the league, and will have to prove to a Seattle Seahawks that changed direction after the 2009 football betting season and test the university style of coach Pete Carroll.

In the city of blues and barbecue, Kansas City Chiefs will host the San Diego Chargers in the beginning of his attempt to rebuild the franchise to a number of former Patriots as the manager Scott Pioli, the team coach Romeo Crennel and Charlie Weis , who gathered last winning the Super Bowl XXXIX, and quarterback Matt Cassel, all coordinated by the coach Todd Haley. The Chargers on the other hand has weakened contractual disputes seem to have weakened the team but you can never discount those who have been the kings of the AFC West in recent years.

And to close with a flourish, Jets, Ravens. Rex Ryan has angered many rivals in the league with his confident statements and the Ravens are no exception. The Baltimore team will go hungry in search of pressuring Sanchez and cause errors in the second-year quarterback, who will have to prove their presence. The Jets' defense is as daunting as last year but Darrelle Revis had no time to practice with the team for their contractual problems and the onslaught of Joe Flacco is the first incarnation of a Ravens in which the attack is almost as good such as defense.

Thus, between big games we expect to see good football Sunday to bring back to our televisions that feeling that only the fall and the grid can offer.

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