NFL Betting Breakdown From Sports Interaction Sportsbook

The last game of the week 1 NFL betting card features the Chargers and Chiefs on Monday night football

The NFL is back and Sports Interaction Sportsbook betting analyst Al Dannity is here to break down the big games and give his opinions on the week 1 Sunday night tilt as well as the 2 Monday night football games.  While I dont neccessarily agree with all the sides Al likes, it is always good for handicappers to get as much information as they can before the decision is made on what team to bet.  Also sports interaction is offering new bettors a 50% signup bonus to kick off your NFL season.  A great deal for those looking to add to your NFL gambling bankroll.  Onto Danny’s from SIA’s analysis.

Cowboys Stadium will host Super Bowl XLV in February and the Dallas Cowboys hope to make it a home game. Their first step on the road home comes in a Sunday Night Football game at Washington. The Redskins are a changed outfit from the team that slumped to a 4-12 finish in 2009. With Mike Shanahan on the sideline and Donovan McNabb under center, fans in Washington have cause for hope. That hope will only get them so far against this loaded Cowboys’ offense. When Tony Romo calls for the snap he can throw the ball to Jason Witten, Miles Austin, or Dez Bryant. Failing that he can hand off to Marion Barber, Felix Jones, or Tashard Choice. That is what you call an arsenal. Look for the Cowboys to light it up on Sunday night. Bet on the Dallas Cowboys to win as -3.5 favorites and win big with Sports Interaction.

Monday Night Football returns with a huge doubleheader. First up the Baltimore Ravens travel to New Meadowlands Stadium to take on the New York Jets. Rex Ryan has run his mouth all summer long about how great the Jets are going to be. In between the F-bombs in his rants on Hard Knocks, fans have been subjected to Ryan telling everyone how New York is going to the Super Bowl this season. Well now it’s time to put up or shut up at home to one of the best teams in the AFC. Baltimore was already loaded coming off a great 2009 season. With Anquan Boldin and TJ Houshmandzadeh joining, the Ravens have the makings of a contender in 2010. For all the new talent in Baltimore, I like the Jets to make home advantage count. Bet on the New York Jets as a -2.0 point favorite and win big with Sports Interaction.

Week 1 comes to a close with the second Monday Night Football game. Kansas City is looking to pull off an upset against the visiting Chargers. San Diego may not have LaDainian Tomlinson or Antonio Cromartie anymore but these Bolts are still the class of the AFC West. The Chiefs should be able to hang with San Diego early thanks to the upgrades in talent made during the off-season but I like the Chargers to take control in the second half. Look for Ryan Mathews to make an explosive start to his NFL career with San Diego. Bet on the San Diego Chargers as -5.5 favorites and win big with Sports Interaction.

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