NFL Final Week Odds (2009/2010)

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NFL Final Week Odds (2009/2010)

Here we are at the NFL Final Week for 2009/2010 (Where did it go?) and there were plenty of odds to bet on.

Chicago Bears and Detroit Lions matchup still represents a divisional rivalry with a rich history and should get some betting action suggests betED.com.

The NFC North foes meet Sunday at Ford Field (1 pm ET, FOX).

The Bears are a 3-point favorite and the over/under total is 45 in NFL Lines at betED.com.

Next up is an NFC East battle between the Philadelphia Eagles and Dallas Cowboys at Cowboys Stadium (4:15 pm ET, FOX) and this is perhaps the most meaningful game of the week for both teams.  It will also be among the most wagered on.

The Cowboys are 3-point favorites and the over/under is 47.5 at betED.com.

To say the head-to-head history between these teams is even would be an understatement. Over the past 10 meetings, each is 5-5 straight up and against the spread, and the over/under also is 5-5.

The division rivals last faced off on Nov. 8 this season, a 20-16 Dallas win as 3-point road dogs.

The finale of Week 17 has the New York Jets hosting the Cincinnati Bengals on the last Sunday Night Football game of the season (8:20 pm ET, NBC) and this one is also extremely important, primarily for the Jets who control their own destiny and could make the post season as a huge 95/1 odds underdog to win the 2010 Super Bowl.

New York is a 10-point favorite and the over/under is 35 at betED.com.

The Jets are 4-1 SU and 3-2 ATS over the past five meetings. The teams last met on Oct. 12 last season, when the Jets won 26-14 as 10-point home favorites.



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