Philadelphia (2-2 SU, 3-1 ATS) is 5-2 ATS in its last seven games and 4-1 ATS in its last five games vs. NFC opponents. Washington is 7-2 ATS in its last nine games and also 7-2 ATS in its last nine games vs. the NFC. The Washington Redskins (3-1 SU, 3-1 ATS) were in ‘Big D’ on Sunday to take on the undefeated Dallas Cowboys at Texas Stadium.
Dallas was favored by ten points in the NFL betting contest and the total was listed at 46.5. Redskins QB Jason Campbell had an impressive performance on the afternoon, completing 20 passes out of 31 attempts, for 213 yards and two touchdowns.
Third year kicker Shaun Suisham was 4-for-4 in the field goal department as Washington upset Dallas by a final score of 26-24. Football bettors who picked the Redskins on the $$$-Line or getting the points, were rewarded for their victory, as were those folks who picked the ‘total’ to go over the football odds.
Last Sunday night at Soldier Field in Chicago, the Eagles were three-point favorites over da Bears, according to the closing NFL odds. The ‘total’ in the game was determined to be 39 points.
The Bears took the early 7-0 lead, but Philly quickly came back when quarterback Donovan McNabb threw a 22 yard touchdown pass to rookie wide receiver DeSean Jackson to tie the game.
At halftime, the score was 21-14 in favor of the Bears, as football bettors who picked the over in this game were eagerly awaiting one more touchdown from either team in the second half to secure a win.
There would be no more touchdowns, but the three field goals kicked in the second half were enough to give the Chicago Bears the 24-20 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles and make the score go over the football betting line.
The Philadelphia Eagles are 5.5-point home favorites vs. the Washington Redskins on Sunday, with the ‘total’ predicted to be 43.5. Sports-Gambling.com is the premier online sports betting website; we offer you all football spread, total, and money line wagering, 24-7.
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