Football Betting – 2009 NFL Pre-Season Picks Week 2
Betdigest.com - Football betting has seen every team in the NFL play their first game of the pre-season last week, some veteran players were out of sync while rookie players were trying to get into sync with their respective teams. There were several games that will get fans and bettors into a frenzy for the start of the regular season, after seeing the Detroit Lions come from behind to win their first game since going winless last season, even though it was only a pre-season game it was something Detroit’s fans could cheer on.
It was also Tom Brady’s first game back since last season’s injury in which the Patriots dominated the first half of that game. Will Tom Brady lead the New England Patriots back to the big dance like he did a couple seasons ago, in which the New England set a league record with a 16-0 regular season?
While the sports media is buzzing with the signing of QB Brett Favre by the Minnesota Vikings and the controversial signing of QB Michael Vick by the Philadelphia Eagles, many football bettors need a couple of games to really evaluate Tom Brady after he sat out an entire season last year due to injury. This week many coaches will play more reserves and rookies to further their evaluation of players for their team’s final roster.
As for this week in NFL pre-season football, there will be several games in which my football betting book favorites are the Friday game between the Kansas City Chiefs (0-1, pre-season) against the Minnesota Vikings (1-0, pre-season), a Saturday battle at the bay between the Oakland Raiders (1-0, pre-season) at San Francisco 49ers (1-0, pre-season), and a Monday Night Football game between the New York Jets (0-1, pre-season) against the Baltimore Ravens (1-0,pre-season), the Friday game will feature a future Hall of Famer QB Brett Favre while the Monday game will feature rookie QB Mark Sanchez. But before you pop that alcoholic beverage while watching the game, don’t forget to check out the latest football betting odds for your gambling entertainment from the best 2009 NFL Pre-Season Sportsbook anywhere online for the ultimate alternative lines.
The first game on my 2009 NFL Pre-season Week 2 football betting book for this week brings us to the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome where the VietBet.com Odds favorite Kansas City Chiefs (+3) are coming in to face the Minnesota Vikings(-3) and the newly signed QB Brett Favre. The Chiefs bring a 0-1 record after losing to the Houston Texans last week by the final score of 16-10. Meanwhile, last week the Vikes dominated the Indianapolis Colts with their top ranked defense and shut down Payton Manning & Co. with a final score of 13-3.
Second game in my betting book for this weekend takes us out west to the Bay Area, where the Oakland Raiders (+2 ˝) visit the VietBet.com Odds favorite San Francisco 49ers (-2 ˝). Both teams got off to a positive start by winning their pre-season home opener. The Raiders (1-0) easily won at home by beating the Cowboys (0-1), 31-10. Meanwhile, the 49ers (1-0) barely won at home against the Broncos (0-1) by the final score of 16-17 with the help of QB Orton’s 3 INTs.
Third game in my NFL pre-season wagering book sends us to the home of the Baltimore Ravens (-2 ˝) with Ray Lewis hosting the Viet Bet Odds favorite New York Jets (+2 ˝) and QB Mark Sanchez. Ray Lewis and Company shut down the Redskins last week by the final score 23-0. Meanwhile, the Jets (0-1) lost their pre-season home opener to the Rams (1-0). However, on Monday Night Football we will all see more of QB Mark Sanchez navigating the Jets against the stingy defense of Ray Lewis and Co.
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