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What Surprises will Bring the NFL Betting Week 4?

Written by Matt Stevens   
Saturday, 03 October 2009 00:37

NFL Betting Week 4 Surprises at BSN SportsYes, Cincinnati has the Bengals .- 2-1 record, but should be one of the seven teams with 3-0 (remember the rough loss to Denver in Week 1?). The Bengals came from behind Sunday and beat his nemesis: Pittsburgh. Cincinnati's defense allowed only 19 yards and a first down at the Steelers in the fourth quarter. This Sunday, the Bengals visit Cleveland, for the edition 72 of "The Battle of Ohio", the Browns have lost their last two games with a combined score of 61-9, and Cincinnati has won seven of the last nine in the series.

Brett. Vs. Packers I. - No, I had forgotten the morbid game. Is approaching the most anticipated Monday Night Football betting in recent years, when Brett Favre and the Vikings host the Green Bay Packers. Favre could enjoy a victory doubly sweet, since it is no secret that the fabled number 4 is eager to beat his former team, plus, if Brett takes to win will become the first quarterback in history to win out over 32 teams in the NFL. Favre reaches compromise after adding 301 yards, the first pin of the Vikings that exceeds the 300-yard barrier since Daunte Culpepper did on 25 September 2005 against New Orleans.

Playoffs .- The seven teams that go with perfect mark of 3-0 should have their fans more than excited, because since 1990, 74 of the 98 teams who started 3-0 with the playoffs, that is 75.5 per percent. However, there is hope for others, for at that time 51 teams that started with a losing record after three weeks, also managed to advance to Playoffs. So Week 4 may be a good time to start.

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