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NFL Wild Card Playoffs 2010 Odds and Money Lines

All your latest NFL Wild Card Playoffs 2010 odds and money lines were available at betED.com this weekend.

New York Jets vs. Cincinnati Bengals Prediction

New York Jets vs. Cincinnati Bengals Prediction
The New York Jets and Cincinnati Bengals switch venues less than a week after these two teams met on Sunday night football and we have your New York Jets vs. Cincinnati Bengals prediction and game betting preview. This is Carrie Stroup reporting for Gambling911.com.

NFC Wild Card: Eagles vs. Cowboys Betting Preview

This NFC Wild Card: Eagles vs. Cowboys betting preview is brought to you by SBG Global.

Local Media: Green Bay Packers Must Not Get Too Cocky?

Green Bay Packers
ABC’s WBAY, a local Green Bay, Wisconsin affiliate, was quick to warn their home team Packers about being “too cocky” when facing what looked to be a “down and out” Arizona Cardinals team.

Philadelphia Eagles vs. Dallas Cowboys Playoffs Odds

Philadelphia Eagles vs. Dallas Cowboys Playoffs Odds
Philadelphia Eagles vs. Dallas Cowboys Playoffs odds opened with the Cowboys a -4 point favorite and the line has pretty much stayed there all week long. Hollywood Sportsbook.com was currently offering the -4 line.

NFL 2009 Wild Card Weekend Picks

Sports Interaction betting analyst Frank Doyle provides his NFL 2009 Wild Card Weekend picks. He is 25-16-1, .610, for the regular season.

Mike Shanahan Should Help Redskins Odds for 2010-2011

It’s never too early to start thinking about the 2011 Super Bowl and what could be now that major changes at the top of some once struggling teams are beginning to take shape. The most notable of which was an official announcement that Mike Shanahan is now the new Head Coach of the Washington Redskins.

College Bowl Game, NFL Playoffs Traffic Way Up

College Bowl Game, NFL Playoffs
Good news for online sportsbooks as College Bowl game betting traffic as well as NFL Playoffs betting traffic appear to be way up based on Gambling911.com stats.

New England Patriots 2010 Super Bowl Odds in Double Digits

New England Patriots 2010 Super Bowl Odds
Following news that a torn ligament in his knee would sideline wide receiver Wes Welker through the remainder of the post season, the New England Patriots 2010 Super Bowl odds quickly entered into the double digits. By late Wednesday, the Patriots odds of winning were set at +1100 for a payout potential of $1100 on every $100 bet at betED.com.

Jets 2010 Super Bowl Odds

Jets 2010 Super Bowl Odds
The Jets 2010 Super Bowl odds were set at an impressive 35/1 odds or +3500 for a payout potential of $3500 on every $100 bet at Sports Interaction.com. They would pay out $2000 for every $100 bet to win the 2010 AFC Championship.

AFC Championship 2010 – NFC Championship 2010 Odds

AFC Championship 2010 – NFC Championship 2010 Odds
betED.com has just released AFC Championship 2010 and NFC Championship 2010 odds with some pretty good numbers if you ask us here at Gambling911.com. Let’s take a look.

NFL Wildcard Opening Lines (2010)

NFL Wildcard Opening Lines (2010)
The NFL’s regular season has concluded and the playoffs are set to begin this weekend with two Wild Card games on Saturday and another pair on Sunday. Sportsbetting.com has posted the NFL Wildcard opening lines for 2010.

Baltimore Ravens vs. New England Patriots Odds

Baltimore Ravens vs. New England Patriots Odds
The Baltimore Ravens vs. New England Patriots odds opened at -4 but the line had dropped to -3 ½ at Sportsbetting.com by Monday morning. That online sportsbook warns odds on the Ravens vs. Patriots could drop further due to injuries.

NFL Playoffs 2010 Odds Now Posted

Gambling911.com readers will be thrilled to know that Bookmaker.com has already posted NFL Playoffs 2010 odds overnight Sunday. The line on the Jets/Bengals game was posted prior to the start of the 4th quarter in fact as it was obvious New York would win this game with a blowout.

Jets vs. Bengals AFC Wildcard Game Line

Jets vs. Bengals AFC Wildcard Game Line
The Jets vs. Bengals AFC Wildcard Game line had opened at Cincinnati -2 ½ even before their Week 17 game was over.

Poker 2010 Super Bowl Giveaway

NFL fans gear up to go crazy at Super Bowl XLIV with the leading online poker sites awarding access to executive prize packages in three online ‘Touchdown' tournaments.

Philadelphia Eagles vs. Dallas Cowboys Wild Card Game 2010 Line

The Philadelphia Eagles vs. Dallas Cowboys Wild Card Game 2010 line has been posted at Bookmaker.com. The Cowboys shocked Philadelphia at home with a 24-0 win on Sunday. Dallas opens with a Wild Card Weekend line of -4.

AFC Wild Card Weekend Odds 2010

AFC Wild Card Weekend Odds 2010
AFC Wild Card Weekend odds (2010) have already been posted for the Baltimore Ravens vs. New England Patriots game. Odds on the Jets or Texans vs. the Cincinnati Bengals were still to be determined.

Packers vs. Cardinals Line: Wild Card Weekend

The Packers vs. Cardinals line for Wild Card Weekend opened at Cardinals -2, a whole point less than the line posted for Week 17 of the NFL. This is a repeat of that game. The line was available overnight already Sunday at Bookmaker.com.

Green Bay Packers Super Bowl 2010 Odds

Green Bay Packers Super Bowl 2010 Odds
The Green Bay Packers Super Bowl 2010 odds were listed at around +2200 for a payout potential of $2200 on every $100 coming into Week 17.

Baltimore Ravens Super Bowl 2010 Odds

Baltimore Ravens Super Bowl 2010 Odds
The Baltimore Ravens Super Bowl 2010 Odds came in at +2750 prior to Week 17 of the regular NFL season. Those odds would pay out $2750 for every $100 bet at SBG Global. The Ravens clinched a Wildcard Playoffs spot late Sunday afternoon.

NFL First Coach Fired in 2010 Odds

Looking back at the start of the 2009 regular NFL season, online sportsbook BetUS.com had been offering odds on which NFL head coach would be the first to get fired in the year 2010. Most pundits expected a firing or two the Monday following the final regular season game.

Bengals – Jets Line at New York -10

The Bengals – Jets line has now settled in just about everywhere at New York -10 including SBG Global.

Indianapolis Colts 2010 Super Bowl Odds

Indianapolis Colts 2010 Super Bowl Odds
The Indianapolis Colts 2010 Super Bowl odds were set at +250 for a potential to win $250 on every $100 bet at SBG Global. Not bad odds when one considers that the Colts were undefeated during the 2009 regular season up until last week.

Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl 2010 Odds

Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl 2010 Odds
Coming into the post season, the Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl 2010 odds were listed at +1100 at SBG Global for a payout potential of $1100 on every $100 bet. Even before Sunday’s game against the Philadelphia Eagles, the Cowboys already knew they would be playing in the post season.
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