NFL football gambling was turned upside down by Miami last year as those
betting on NFL football saw the Dolphins go from a 1-15 team in 2007 to an 11-5 division champion in 2008. The NFL football gambling credit for this remarkable turnaround goes to Bill Parcels, who oversees the football operations.
Parcels wasted no time in making moves upon taking the job and his most important move was hiring Tony Sparano as head coach. Sparano quickly turned the Dolphins into a respected team for betting on NFL football with after they were a laughingstock in 2007.
Another key move made by Parcels that brought instant NFL football gambling success was the acquisition of quarterback Chad Pennington from the New York Jets. Last year Pennington put together his best NFL football gambling season since 2002 as he threw for 3653 yards and a 19/7 touchdown/interception ratio.
Pennington limited his mistakes and played within himself and this made him a valuable asset for the 2008 NFL football gambling campaign. The Dolphins ranked in the top 10 for points allowed and their defensive improvement was yet another important NFL football gambling reason for their success.
One concern is the loss of cornerback Andre’ Goodman to the Denver Broncos. Goodman had 5 interceptions last year to lead the Dolphins. The other safety, Yeremiah Bell, does return for the 2009 NFL football gambling season and that’s a huge plus as he led Miami in tackles with 120 last year.
Linebacker Channing Crowder also returns after a stellar 2008 NFL football gambling campaign in which he was 2nd on the team with 113 tackles. The 5 year pro out of Florida had 6 tackles for loss last year.
The big concern this year about the Dolphins is if they came too far to fast and if there will be the pro football gambling equivalent of a steep “market correction”. The surprise element will be gone and expectations will be high for 2009!
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