Arizona Cardinals at Minnesota Vikings
Sunday, 11/7/2010, 1:00 PM EST, TV:  FOX
Opening Point Spread:  Minnesota -8
Current Betting Line:  Minnesota -8
Opening Total:  40
Current Total:  40.5
Current Moneyline:  Minnesota -415 / Arizona +345

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Minnesota Vikings at Green Bay Packers
Sunday, 10/24/2010, 8:20 PM EST, TV:  NBC
Opening Point Spread:  Green Bay -3
Current Betting Line:  Green Bay -2.5
Opening Total:  44
Current Total:  44
Current Moneyline:  Green Bay -140 / Minnesota +120

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Texans Matt Schaub
The Texans Matt Schaub is drawing a ton of action from the public on the NFL prop bet who will have the most passing yards in the NFL this season
Golden Arms: NFL Prop Betting – Which QB Will Have the Most Passing Yards?
By Richard Gardner, Bodog Sportsbook Manager

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Aaron Rodgers Green Bay Packers Offense
Aaron Rodgers leads the Green Bay Packers offense which figures to be one of the most potent units in the league in 2010
The wait is over. The football season is finally here. Let’s take a look at some of the teams that will light up the scoreboard this season.

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Indianapolis Colts Vs Green Bay Packers Football
Peyton Manning is currently the 2nd choice at 7 to 1 in the 2010 NFL MVP betting odds
As the regular season gets underway you can’t help but think about how the whole season is going to play out. One logical way to do that is by looking at the odds available for the potential NFL MVP. Here’s how Bodog has the field set out:

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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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Glen Davis says that he doesn’t want to be called Big Baby anymore. Instead, in honor to both his jersey and a certain Cincinnati wide receiver, he wants to be known as Uno Uno. I think he is missing out on one part in the whole issue – that he is a big baby. Davis was a beast in college, and promising at times in the pros, but he really doesn’t seem to have the mental makeup or brain power to stay calm and out of trouble these days.

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1. My beloved Wolverines beat UConn today, and looked good doing it. The tournament dreams are still on life-support, but this certainly helps keep them alive. The next three games – all conference contests against good, ranked squads – will be crucial.

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I love the craziness of kickers in the NFL. A couple of weeks ago Shaun Suisham was the bum in Washington when he missed a kick that would have let the Redskins beat the Saints. He was cut immediately after the game. This week Dallas’ Nick Folk missed a 24 yard field goal that would have given the Cowboys an easy win, and instead forced them to sweat the end of the game. Folk was cut today as a result of that kick and his general habit of missing kicks. Ironically, Folk’s issues came against the Saints as well – at this rate no kicker is going to want to play against the Saints. The best part of this drama – the Cowboys have chosen to replace Folk with none other than Suisham. One man’s garbage…

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How bad could it get for the Sooners? They started out with reasonably high hopes this year, but the fates have conspired against them and they are just 2-2. After seeing them lose to a good but not great Miami team you really have to wonder how bad it could get for this team. A lot probably depends upon the status of Sam Bradford, but I think it has been clearly established by now that he doesn’t have the tools to work with that he did last year. Just looking at the schedule, I find it hard to believe right now that they will beat Texas. Kansas is playing very well right now, and they get the Sooners in Lawrence, so Kansas wouldn’t even have to pull off a major upset to win that one. Nebraska is also playing tough, and also gets to host Oklahoma. They also have to travel to pesky Texas Tech. And then the season ending game against Oklahoma State looms. I don’t want to suggest that it is going to happen, but it is certainly possible that a team that started the season ranked third overallcould wind up as bad as 6-6. 9-3 or 8-4 seems more likely, but no matter what this is not how Sam Bradford saw this season going when he decided to come back.

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