NFL football betting was turned upside down last year as Warner led the Arizona Cardinals to a remarkable pro football betting turn around. Warner was third in NFL football betting last year with a 96.9 quarterback rating and a 30/14 touchdown/interception ratio.
Warner passed for a staggering 4583 yards as the Cardinals made it all the way to the Super Bowl where they suffered a painful pro football betting loss in the final moments to Pittsburgh, although they still covered the NFL football betting odds.
Arizona beat the NFL football betting number in 12 out of 20 regular and post season games combined thanks in large part to Warner. The New Orleans Saints were the third most profitable team in NFL football betting last year with just 5 losses against the spread in 16 games despite going 8-8 straight up.
That profitable NFL football betting run was thanks in large part to quarterback Drew Brees, who finished the season as the 4th ranked quarterback in the league with a 96.2 rating and a 34/17 touchdown/interception ratio as the threw for an eye-popping 5069 yards.
The Green Bay Packers were 6-10 straight up last year but were able to split against the NFL football betting line thanks to quarterback Aaron Rodgers, who had a 93.8 quarterback rating and threw for over 4000 yards in his first full season as a starter.
Tony Romo has his share of NFL football betting critics but his overall body of work in the 2008 season was impressive and one of the main reasons that Dallas was able to hang in the race until the final Sunday. Romo finished with a 91.4 quarterback rating and threw 26 touchdown passes.
Dallas’ running game was not all that effective which put more pressure on Romo, who was also let down by Terrell Owens and his habit of making key drops. Romo’s importance will be even greater this season.
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