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26 June 2009

NFL Betting: 2009 Week 1 Matchups you can’t miss


Gepost in: Uncategorized — admin @ 10:39 pm

Our last post was a brief overview of the NFL preseason lineup, so we figured it’s high time to talk about Week 1 of the Regular season, which starts Thursday, September 10, 2009. Remember, pre-season play is usually not as serious as regular season action. Many times, coaches experiment with the second string, work their special teams, and allow rookies some playing time until the regular season begins. And, most importantly, the pre-season doesn’t count towards qualifying for the play-offs.

What are our favorite matchups for Week 1 NFL Betting?

Tennessee Titans @ Pittsburgh Steelers, Thursday September 10 – This is the regular season opener. It will be interesting to see what the Steelers have going for them, coming off an exhilarating Super Bowl win just a few months ago. Sportsbetting3.com likes Pittsburgh for the win in this matchup. Look for the Steelers to start the season off right with a solid win.

San Francisco 49ers @ Arizona Cardinals, Sunday September 13 – The Cardinals will begin their season at the University of Phoenix stadium with a routine game against the 49ers. Much like the Steelers/Titans game, it will be interesting to see who ends up playing for the Cardinals and in what capacity. Even though they were the Super Bowl runner-up, we still like them for an easy win against the 49ers.

Kansas City Chiefs @ Baltimore Ravens, Sunday September 13 – The Ravens will face some noteworthy competition against the Chiefs on their season opener. All things considered, however, one has to remember the Ravens’ performance last season, making the play-offs in the AFC’s wild card contest. Sportsbetting3.com predicts they will emerge victories against the Chiefs, but they certainly can’t be overly confident at this point – anything can happen.

Other important Week 1 notes: Fox and CBS will be covering most of the games. Depending on your geographical location, you will be subject to some limitations since the contests are simulcast. Our advice: head over to your best bud’s house who has split screen TV and enjoy a 6 pack and Doritos. All the action starts at 1:00 PM.

Monday night football for week 1 of the 2009-10 season will be covered by ESPN. As if Sunday wasn’t enough, football addicts can catch 2 more games back-to-back starting at 7:00 PM on ESPN.

For those who enjoy NFL betting, we recommend you get your deposits and bets in on th early side before Week 1 action commences. Why? It’s hard for offshore sports betting operations to gauge how many customers will be flocking to their websites at the last minute to place their bets. If too many customers hit the website, servers go down and phone support wait times become VERY long. That means you can’t bet, and you’re up Sh*t’s Creek without a paddle.

Instead, make your picks on Monday, and visit our top online sportsbooks for all the latest promotions and NFL odds. Have fun and Good Luck!

22 June 2009

Sports Betting: NFL Pre-season Not So Far Off


Gepost in: Uncategorized — admin @ 11:35 pm

In the global sports betting industry, especially for those sportsbooks that cater to USA clients, the June-August “summer” months are known as the off season. Why? Well, for one, there’s not much to bet on. The NBA finals have concluded, the Stanley Cup has been won, and the Triple Crown horse racing events have all passed. Now it’s just baseball, a few golf tournaments, and a small selection of tennis and soccer events. Overall, most USA sports bettors take this time off, planning out their football season.

If you are an NFL betting fan, we’re happy to announce that pre-season football is only 6 weeks away. The first game commences with the NFL’s “Hall of Fame Week”, beginning on Sunday, August 9. The Buffalo Bills will be taking on the Tennessee Titans at Fawcett Stadium at 8 PM. Check your local listings for the NBC stations that will cover the game.

After this opener, Pre-season week 1 starts on Thursday, August 13, with the headline Super Bowl rematch game of the Arizona Cardinals at the Pittsburgh Steelers. ESPN will be covering this game, which starts at 8 PM Eastern. Coverage for other contests is to be announced. If you have satellite TV, you may find these games on some secondary sports network channels.

FOX will be covering two of the top games of Pre-Season week 2. On Thursday August 20, the Philadelphia Eagles will be taking on the Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium at 8:00 PM Eastern. The next day, Friday, August 21, Fox will also host an 8:00 PM contest between the Tennessee Titans and Dallas Cowboys at Cowboys’ Stadium in Texas. The finale of Pre-season week 2 is on Monday, August 24, with ESPN covering the New York Jets at the Baltimore Ravens, kicking off at 8:00 PM Eastern.

The beginning of Week 3 pre-season NFL play also signals the beginning of the college football season, with many top NCAA teams getting geared up for action. There may be some minor exhibition games between the second string units of a few college teams. This is a great chance to see a college football game on the cheap if you live near a stadium. Any TV coverage will be sparse, but as always, check you local networks’ websites for a complete lineup. The most anticipated game of NFL pre-season week 3 play will be the New England Patriots at the Washington Red Skins, broadcast by CBS at 8:00 PM Eastern on Friday, August 28.

By week 4, things slow down a bit, as the NFL teams hunker down and get ready for regular season action. There are games on Thursday September 3 and Friday September 4 only. According to the www.nfl.com website, there is no planned TV coverage, although satellite TV owners might be able to catch a game replay during off-hours broadcasting.

And then, seemingly in the blink of an eye, the NFL regular season play begins! Our advice: let the pre-season clench your thirst for action through August, and then rip into the regular season with vengeance in September. We’re confident pre-season action will hold over even the most stalwart of NFL fans.

Between now and Hall of Fame week, you’ll just have to relax and enjoy the dog days of summer. Check back with Sportsbetting3.com for all the latest NFL betting news, updates, and happenings.

Good luck and have fun!

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