Seattle Seahawks at Chicago Bears
Sunday, 12/2/12, 1:00 PM EST, TV:  FOX
Opening Point Spread:  Chicago -4.5
Current Betting Line:  Chicago -3.5
Opening Total:  37.5
Current Total:  37.5
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Houston Texans at Chicago Bears
Sunday, 11/11/12, 8:20 PM EST, TV:  NBC
Opening Point Spread:  Chicago -1
Current Betting Line:  Chicago -1.5
Opening Total:  44
Current Total:  40
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Chicago Bears at Green Bay Packers
Thursday, 9/13/12, 8:20 PM EST, TV:  NFL Network
Opening Point Spread:  Green Bay -5.5
Current Betting Line:  Green Bay -5
Opening Total:  49
Current Total:  49.5
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Indianapolis Colts at Chicago Bears
Sunday, 9/9/12, 1:00 PM EST, TV:  CBS
Opening Point Spread:  Chicago -9
Current Betting Line:  Chicago -10
Opening Total:  40.5
Current Total:  43.5
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New York Jets at Miami Dolphins
Sunday, 1/1/12, 1:00 PM EST, TV:  CBS
Opening Point Spread:  Miami -2
Current Betting Line:  Miami -3
Opening Total:  41.5
Current Total:  41
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Oakland Raiders at Miami Dolphins
Sunday, 12/4/11, 1:00 PM EST, TV:  CBS
Opening Point Spread:  Miami -2.5
Current Betting Line:  Miami -3
Opening Total:  42.5
Current Total:  43
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Miami Dolphins at Atlanta Falcons
Friday, 8/12/11, 7:30 PM EST
Opening Point Spread:  Atlanta -3
Current Betting Line:  Atlanta -2
Opening Total:  33.5
Current Total:  33
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Favre’s ankle surgery could be sign for QB’s return

It’s looking more and more like Brett Favre will be back for a 20th season in the NFL. The Vikings QB had arthroscopic ankle surgery Friday which would enable him to participate in the Vikings’ training camp in July. While Favre didn’t officially comment on his plans to return for another season, this strongly suggests that Favre will be back in purple and gold for the 2011 season.

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I absolutely love the Brandon Marshall deal – a true win-win for both teams. Denver obviously had to get rid of him, and getting two second round picks for him is impressive value all things considered. You’d like to get equivalent value, but that just doesn’t happen in the NFL. For Miami it’s a masterstroke. Ted Ginn Jr. was never going to be a number one receiver, so they needed to get someone. Marshall is an elite receiver – one of the top five – or fewer – in the whole league. It’s rare that you get access to a player like that, and especially rare that you get him at a price like this  – one that is certainly fair. There is some risk that Marshall is going to be an attitude issue, but he should be happy to see new surroundings, Bill Parcells doesn’t take a lot of crap, and he does have the ability to play nice if he wants to. There is some downside risk, but it’s worth it to get a player of this caliber – a true game changer who can change an offense with his presence. As a diehard Michigan fan I’m obviously a big Chad Henne fan, and Henne – already a pretty solid NFL quarterback – has the opportunity to take his game to the next level. Henne looked pretty brilliant as a freshman throwing to Braylon Edwards, and Marshall is an even better deep threat than Edwards, so this pairing could be sweet music for years to come.

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Someone up there has a seriously twisted sense of humor. That’s really the only explanation for the three horrifically timed injuries in the NFL this weekend. First, in his first practice after Brett Favre’s continued retirement made him the likely Vikings’ starter, QB Tarvaris Jackson sprained his MCL . It doesn’t seem to be particularly serious at this point, but knee injuries can definitely linger for quarterbacks. He could miss just a couple of days, or he could be out for a couple of weeks or more. Either way, this will be a good chance for Sage Rosenfels to seize the advantage in the QB race if he is up to it.

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