Football gambling fans will get games that have significant playoff implications to handicap against the odds NFL and plenty of divisional and conference rivalry games. On November 1 there will be no Sunday Night football gambling action due to the World Series.
But Sunday Night action will resume on November 8 with an outstanding NFC east division matchup to bet the odds NFL with as the Philadelphia Eagles host the Dallas Cowboys.
This, of course, is a football gambling rematch of last year when the Eagles blew out Dallas on the final Sunday of the season to gain the playoffs and send the Cowboys back home in total humiliation. On November 15 one of the oldest and best AFC football gambling rivalries will resume as the Indianapolis Colts host the New England Patriots.
These two football gambling opponents have long played for top billing in the conference and this matchup figures to be another one with a lot at stake. Tom Brady will be back as Patriot quarterback to resume his duel with Peyton Manning of the Colts.
November 22 will feature another NFC football gambling matchup with probable post season implications as the Chicago Bears host the Philadelphia Eagles. The Bears and many football gambling handicappers are thinking that quarterback Jay Cutler is the missing piece to their championship puzzle.
Philadelphia showed signs of inconsistency last year before rallying to make the playoffs. The Eagles are not getting any younger and this could be a tough spot for them. Sunday Night action ends for November on the 29th in a rematch of the AFC championship game as the Baltimore Ravens host the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Once again NBC gets a top notch showdown of post season contenders as the Ravens will be looking to extract some football gambling revenge for their title game loss at Pittsburgh last year with a full house behind them!
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