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Bet on Football – 2011

Written by:
Ean Lamb
Published on:
Aug/26/2011
Bet on Football – 2011

Bet on football for the upcoming 2011 regular season and all those great 2012 futures.

The latest odds to win the 2012 Super Bowl had New England as a 6/1 favorite followed by the reigning Super Bowl champions Green Bay Packers at 13/2 odds.

The Philadelphia Eagles are widely being touted as the team to beat this year with 8/1 odds.

Philadelphia has signed two Pro Bowl DBs and a Pro Bowl defensive end during the offseason while bringing back most of Philadelphia's offensive weapons.  There is little indeed to get in the way of the Eagles flight to the Super Bowl than that little thing called “the injury bug”. 

Of course they have said the same thing in past seasons as well.   

A good bet when it comes to football might be the Arizona Cardinals to in the 2012 Super Bowl at 70/1 odds

The Arizona schedule has “11 wins” written all over it.

Our own synopsis:

During the offseason, the Cards acquired quarterback Kevin Kolb.  With a strong arm and pinpoint accuracy, Kolb and Larry Fitzgerald (90 catches and 1,137 yards last season) could prove a dangerous tandem in the league. 

Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie may be gone on defense but Arizona has filled the void left with the likes of Patrick Peterson and Stewart Bradley.  More importantly perhaps, Ray Horton becomes the Cardinals new Defensive Coordinator.  He helped lead the Steelers defense to finish second overall last season. 

On paper, this looks like a team that can win against big opponents.

 

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New England Patriots

6/1

 

Houston Texans

20/1

 

Arizona Cardinals

70/1

 

Green Bay Packers

13/2

 

New York Giants

25/1

 

Cleveland Browns

80/1

 

Philadelphia Eagles

8/1

 

Chicago Bears

28/1

 

Washington Redskins

100/1

 

San Diego Chargers

9/1

 

Detroit Lions

28/1

 

Denver Broncos

100/1

 

Pittsburgh Steelers

12/1

 

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

33/1

 

Jacksonville Jaguars

100/1

 

New York Jets

14/1

 

St Louis Rams

40/1

 

Tennessee Titans

100/1

 

Baltimore Ravens

16/1

 

Kansas City Chiefs

50/1

 

Seattle Seahawks

125/1

 

Atlanta Falcons

16/1

 

San Francisco 49ers

50/1

 

Buffalo Bills

150/1

 

New Orleans Saints

16/1

 

Oakland Raiders

60/1

 

Carolina Panthers

150/1

 

Dallas Cowboys

20/1

 

Minnesota Vikings

66/1

 

Cincinnati Bengals

150/1

 

Indianapolis Colts

20/1

 

Miami Dolphins

66/1

 

 

 

 

Each-way bets on 2 places at 1/2 odds

9th of Sep 2011 1:30am

- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

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