Football betting will not just be limited to the popular teams or power teams as there are many additional attractive matchups to bet the football odds with. On Sunday, September 13 the Denver Broncos will travel to Cincinnati to face the Bengals in an interesting AFC football betting matchup with plenty of intangibles.
The Broncos had a nightmare off season in which new coach Josh McDaniels alienated last year’s starting quarterback Jay Cutler so bad that he was traded to the Chicago Bears for their starting signal caller Kyle Orton. McDaniels has already come under heavy fire for botching the relationship.
The Bengals are trying to regroup and save coach Marvin Lewis’ job as he will likely be fired if Cincinnati is not on the playoff football odds board. The Minnesota Vikings may have Brett Favre as their quarterback on that day as the open their football betting season at Cleveland against the Browns.
It will be the football betting debut of Eric Mangini as head coach of the Browns and what Cleveland hopes will be the rejuvenation of quarterback Brady Quinn, who has been a disappointment so far.
The Detroit Lions will try to win their first regular season game since 2007 as the travel to New Orleans to meet the high octane Saints in what could be a tough football betting opener. The Saints can seemingly move the ball at will and could be a serious football betting contender if their defense tightens up.
The NFC champion Arizona Cardinals will start off with a potentially dangerous NFC west division opener in their football betting matchup with the San Francisco 49ers.
San Francisco showed improvement and a tougher attitude after Mike Singletary took over last year and they will be motivated to knock off the Cardinals and get a jump on the division lead. Arizona was a huge football betting surprise last year but now must prove it wasn’t a flash in the pan.
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