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Football Gambling on October Monday Night Football

Football gambling on the ESPN Monday Night Football package will feature a lineup of four outstanding intra-divisional rivalry matchups to bet the odds NFL with.

Football gambling has long looked at Monday Night as the most important night of the week against the odds NFL as it’s a last chance to get even or to increase profits.  The football gambling action will begin on October 5 with a potential blockbuster matchup against the odds NFL as the Minnesota Vikings host the Green Bay packers in a NFC north duel.

Not only will this football gambling matchup have both divisional and conference playoff implications but its also possible that former Green Bay quarterback Brett Favre will be over center for the Vikings as he would be seeking revenge against the team that he felt dumped him without respect during training camp in 2008.

If Favre does return for another football gambling season this matchup is the reason why!  Division rivalry action will continue the following Monday on October 12 as the Miami Dolphins host the New York Jets in an AFC east division football gambling showdown.

Last year the Dolphins edged out the Jets for the division title and this year Miami will be looking to prove that their worst to first climb on the ladder in 2008 was not a football gambling fluke while the Jets will be under rookie head coach Rex Ryan and have a mystery quarterback yet to be determined.

October 19 will feature an AFC west football gambling matchup as the San Diego Chargers host the Denver Broncos.  This is a rematch of the regular season finale from last year where San Diego blew out Denver to win the west and gain the playoffs while sending Mike Shanahan packing as coach of Denver.

The month wraps up with a NFC east division grudge match as the Washington Redskins will host the Philadelphia Eagles.  The aging Eagles could be a football gambling question mark this year while the Redskins are looking for more consistency and to contend for a playoff spot.

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