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AFC Betting Preview (2009)

Written by:
Jenny Woo
Published on:
Sep/01/2009
AFC Betting Preview 2009

Here is a recap of what the NFL experts had to say in the AFC West Betting Preview direct from the Red Rock Casino & Hotel in Las Vegas during the NFL Football Preview panel at the 2009 Vegas Insider Sports Handicapping Seminar. If you want to bet on these games, be sure to open an online sports betting account at BetUS.com today.  Ask about their FREE CASH BONUSES when joining. 

Chip Chirimbes had this to say about the Chargers:  "Chargers to win by default.  Where is the competition?"

The NFL betting experts think that AFC West will finish with the Cardinals in first, Seahawks second, 49ers in third and the Rams at the bottom.

Chip adds in on the Broncos:  "Denver is in disarray.....Can quarterback JaMarcus Russell come alive for the Raiders?  Who knows?

Stephen Nover had this to say about the Seahawks:  "Seahawks seem to be everyone's girlfriend this season.  Everyone wants to bet them to win the division."

Stephen Nover's Hot Russian Wife:  "Bet the Broncos and stop getting all hot and bothered over the Seahawks Stephen."

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AFC EAST

Here is a recap of what the NFL experts had to say in the AFC East Betting Preview direct from the Red Rock Casino & Hotel in Las Vegas during the NFL Football Preview panel at the 2009 Vegas Insider Sports Handicapping Seminar.

Marc Lawrence had this to say about Miami :  "Everyone was drooling to bet UNDER Dolphins season win totals this year but the oddmaker's 7 was a tough number to go UNDER...close but no cigar." 

The NFL betting experts think that AFC East will finish with the Patriots in first, Bills second, Dolphins in third and the Jets at the bottom.

Lawrence continues on the Patriots:  "They're the 2nd team in NFL history to win 11 games and not making the playoffs."

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AFC SOUTH BETTING PREVIEW

Here is a recap of what the NFL experts had to say in the AFC South Betting Preview direct from the Red Rock Casino & Hotel in Las Vegas during the NFL Football Preview panel at the 2009 Vegas Insider Sports Handicapping Seminar.

Andy Iskoe had this to say about Indianapolis:  "The Colts continues to be a stellar organization"... "AFC South is every bit as good or better than NFC East Division.

The NFL betting experts think that AFC South will finish with the Indianapolis Colts in first, Jacksonville second, Texans third and the Titans at the bottom.

Iskoe likes the Texans to continue to exceed their season total wins like they have the last two seasons.

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AFC NORTH BETTING PREVIEW

Here is a recap of what the NFL experts had to say in the AFC North Betting Preview direct from the Red Rock Casino & Hotel in Las Vegas during the NFL Football Preview panel at the 2009 Vegas Insider Sports Handicapping Seminar.

Ted Sevransky had this to say about the Steelers:  "Pittsburg is the clear team to beat"..."Ravens could challenge the Steelers."

The NFL betting experts think that AFC North will finish with the Steelers in first, Ravens second, Bengals coming in third and the Browns at the bottom.

Sevransky states on the Bengals:  "Cincinnati is a team I have my eye on this season.".... "Not particular bullish on the Browns."

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2009 NFL PREDICTIONS:  SEASON WIN TOTAL BETS

Here is a recap of what the NFL predictions experts had to say about the best 2009 season win total bets direct from the Red Rock Casino & Hotel in Las Vegas during the NFL Football Preview panel at the 2009 Vegas Insider Sports Handicapping Seminar.

Marc Lawrence's 2009 NFL Predictions & Season Win Total Bets:  OVER Bengals and UNDER Ravens.

Alf Musketa's 2009 NFL Predictions & Season Win Total Bets:  UNDER Rams and UNDER Dolphins.

Ted Sevransky's 2009 NFL Predictions & Season Win Total Bets:  OVER Chargers and UNDER Broncos.

Brian Edwards' 2009 NFL Predictions & Season Win Total Bets:  OVER Patriots, OVER Eagles, UNDER Skins and OVER Bengals

Bryan Leonard's 2009 NFL Predictions & Season Win Total Bets:  OVER Detroit, UNDER Atlanta and OVER Pittsburg.

Stephen Nover's 2009 NFL Predictions & Season Win Total Bets:  OVER Packers and UNDER Rams.

Chip Chirimbes' 2009 NFL Predictions & Season Win Total Bets:  UNDER Broncos and OVER Raiders.

Andy Iskoe's 2009 NFL Predictions & Season Win Total Bets:  UNDER Rams and OVER Chargers.

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Jenny Woo, Gambling911.com Senior International Correspondent

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