NFL betting on Fox TV games is primarily focused on NFC matchups against the NFL odds or when an NFC travels to an AFC team in inter-conference action. The NFL betting excitement on Fox begins Sunday, September 13 with 6 matchups posted on the board against the NFL odds as the Minnesota Vikings travel to Cleveland to take on the Browns.
The Vikings are a top NFL betting playoff contender but this could be a trap in Cleveland’s home opener with new coach Eric Mangini. The only team in NFL betting history to go 0-16 in a season will get a chance to get into the “W” column on opening day as the Detroit Lions will travel to the “Big Easy” to meet the New Orleans Saints.
New Orleans will be a tough NFL betting host as they have one of the most high powered offenses in the game. The Dallas Cowboys will travel to Tampa Bay to face the Buccaneers in a NFC matchup of teams that had epic NFL betting collapses last year.
Dallas coach Wade Phillips kept his job despite blowing what seemed like a sure playoff spot but Tampa Bay fired Jon “Chucky” Gruden after they blew a huge NFL betting lead in the division down the stretch to miss the post season.
While Dallas will be the NFL betting favorite here this could be a similar trap to the aforementioned one in Cleveland. The Philadelphia Eagles will travel to Carolina to take on the Panthers in a NFC matchup of playoff teams from last year.
Carolina will be looking to recover from their devastating upset playoff lost last year as the number one seed against Arizona.
Fox will offer a trio of late afternoon games on opening day as the New York Giants host the Washington Redskins, the Arizona Cardinals host the San Francisco 49ers, and the Seattle Seahawks host the St. Louis Rams.
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