Football betting will start Thursday, September 10 and include a Sunday Night game along with a Monday Night double header to bet the football odds with. The defending world champion Pittsburgh Steelers will open the football betting season on Thursday, September 10 as they host the team that was the number one seed in the AFC last year in the Tennessee Titans.
This game will be a prime time NBC football telecast for those betting the football odds. NBC will feature Chris Collinsworth in the booth as the new color commentator replacing the long time number one analyst John Madden who retired.
NBC will return with another football betting prime time telecast as the Green Bay Packers host the Chicago Bears in one of the oldest and greatest football betting rivalries that can be found anywhere.
This will be a renewal of NFC North division football betting hostilities and the Packers will be under enormous pressure in this one as they are coming off a bad 7-9 season and will receive no more patience from their fans.
The Bears have made it a top priority to beat the Packers since Lovie Smith took over as coach and they will also be featuring the regular season football betting debut of quarterback Jay Cutler.
The Monday Night football betting double header on ESPN will open with the New England Patriots hosting the Buffalo Bills in an AFC east rivalry showdown that will mark the return of Tom Brady as quarterback of the Patriots.
The Bills will be looking to turn their fortunes around and the best way to do that would be an upset win over the perennial power Pats. The night cap of the Monday Night football betting double header will be another division rivalry matchup as the Oakland Raiders host the San Diego Chargers in AFC west action.
San Diego has been slow out of the gate under coach Norv Turner and the Raiders will be primed for an upset win.
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