NFL Betting – Everything Up For Grabs In NFC Week Nine


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Nov 26, 2010
Considering the way that the pay head NFL season has played out to this point, there really shouldn’t be any results that are considered surprises anymore, especially considering what we saw last week. Just seven days after blowing away the winless Indianapolis Colts 62-7 on their home turf, the New Orleans Saints were victimized by the previously winless St. Louis Rams in a 31-21 loss. How that affects their season the remainder of the way is unknown, as they look to bounce back from a tough loss against a divisional rival in what promises to be another exciting week of NFL matchups.
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[FONT=&quot]Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ New Orleans Saints (-8)[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]Sunday, 1:00 PM[/FONT] ET

The Saints were simply outplayed in that 10-point loss to the Rams, something that few projected they would say about Drew Brees and company heading in to the game. New Orleans will now face the tough task of trying to bounce back at home against a Tampa Bay team that is also coming off of a loss, but who got the best of the Saints in their only other meeting earlier this cost per head year. It was a story of turnovers the first time these teams met, as the Buccaneers’ defense forced Brees into three interceptions in a 26-20 win. Tampa Bay had the extra week off to prepare for this game after a trip to London, England, and considering how much this game means and how the road teams have performed in this series, it is hard to imagine the Bucs not covering such a large number.

[FONT=&quot]NFL Betting Pick: Tampa Bay Buccaneers + 8[/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot]San Francisco 49ers (-3.5) @ Washington Redskins[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]Sunday, 1:00 PM ET[/FONT]

Following a strong start to the season, the Redskins have lost three straight and now face a tough test from visiting San Francisco, which ranks second in the NFC to only the defending Super Bowl champion Green Bay Packers at 5-1. While few projected such a quick turnaround for the 49ers, head coach Jim Harbaugh has made the most of the weapons at his disposal on both sides of the ball, and has his team believing they are true per head contenders. While Washington has played better at home than they have on the road, San Francisco is still undefeated as visitors and playing for more than just first place in the NFC West.

[FONT=&quot]NFL Betting Pick: San Francisco 49ers – 3.5[/FONT]
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[FONT=&quot]St. Louis Rams @ Arizona Cardinals (-3.5)[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]Sunday, 4:15 PM ET[/FONT]

Even despite an excellent price per head start against the Baltimore Ravens, the Cardinals weren’t able to hold on and clinch a second win, which left them tied with the Rams for the worst record in the NFC following St. Louis’ win over New Orleans. While Arizona should bounce back with a win at home this Sunday, the Rams have proven they have the weapons to keep pace with a team that has really struggled on both sides of the ball, so it may be a better idea to take the points.

[FONT=&quot]NFL Betting Pick: St. Louis Rams + 3.5[/FONT]

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