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Tennessee Titans Won Against Green Bay Packers

tennessee titans wonThe Green Bay Packers looked like they have turned their season around after winning against Dallas Cowboys last week. However, they failed to get the same result against the Tennessee Titans.

According to bookie pay per head reports, the Titans triumphed 27-17 on the Frozen Tundra on Thursday, leading from start to end. They improved to 7-3 after starting the season with two defeats, while the Packers fell to 4-7 after snapping a five-game losing run against the Cowboys.

The Packers fought from 14 points down against the Cowboys and appeared to be on track for another comeback against the Titans, as they rebounded from 20-9 to 20-17 in the third quarter.

Sportsbook pay per head solution providers saw Ryan Tannehill's touchdown pass to Austin Hooper that gave the Titans the lead in the fourth quarter.

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Monday Night Football Betting Odds – Eagle Plan: Run it Down Vikings’ Throat

Monday Night Football Betting Odds – Eagle Plan: Run it Down Vikings’ ThroatThe Minnesota Vikings were able to shock the Green Bay Packers last week. But they did it not necessarily with a big display of offense under new coach Kevin O'Connell, but with a defensive effort that shut down Aaron Rodgers and his new group of receivers. Now they face a different challenge as they go on the road to face the Philadelphia Eagles in a Monday night game that is set for 8:30 PM ET at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia.

Remember that if you are signed up with BetAnySports you're going to have the opportunity to place wagers while the contest is in progress, using several different methods.

According to PPH Sportsbooks, in their 23-7 win over Green Bay, the Vikings limited Rodgers to just 5.8 yards an attempt. Of course, that's not to say that they didn't get some production.

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NFL Futures at BetAnySports - Are the Rams and Bengals getting enough respect?

NFL Futures at BetAnySports If you thought the defending Super Bowl champion Los Angeles Rams were the favorites to repeat, you'd be wrong. In the latest NFL futures odds at BetAnySports, the Buffalo Bills are at the top of the heap at +650, followed by Tom Brady's Tampa Bay Buccaneers at +750. The Kansas City Chiefs are next at +1000, and then the Rams and Green Bay Packers are both at +1100.

What's interesting is that the Cincinnati Bengals, who made it to the Super Bowl in February as the AFC representative, are no better than eleventh on the list at +2000. Online Bookie Software  even have longer odds than the Cleveland Browns, their AFC North rivals (+1900), who'll be going into the season - at least as it stands now - with a lot of uncertainty, because of new and chilling sexual assault allegations leveled at quarterback DeShaun Watson, who sat out last season, and to whom they gave a monster contract.

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Sunday Night NFL Odds – Bucs-Cowboys: Will Brady just keep going and going?

Sunday Night NFL Odds – Bucs-Cowboys: Will Brady just keep going and going?The Tampa Bay Buccaneers went through a period of change in the offseason, and it was almost a massive change. But Quarterback Tom Brady, who had announced his retirement, promptly unretired, although that has led to a lot of gossip and controversy.

BetAnySports customers know that there is always going to be some gossip and controversy surrounding the Dallas Cowboys, so it's no surprise that coach Mike McCarthy might be on the hot seat this season.

The Buccaneers will try to advance to the Super Bowl for the second time in three seasons, and they get their season started against the Cowboys on Sunday night at 8:20 p.m. ET at AT&T Stadium in Arlington. NBC is televising the game, now with Mike Tirico on the play-by-play, and keep in mind that you have the opportunity to get reduced juice before the game, which will offer you better value in the odds.

 

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Super Bowl Props - Super Bowls And The Heisman: Plunkett vs. Theismann

For the benefit of those who will be playing the Super Bowl props or just the game itself, we'd like to present a tale of Super Bowls and the Heisman, considering that Joe Burrow of the Cincinnati Bengals has an opportunity to become the first quarterback to win a Heisman, a national collegiate championship and a Super Bowl crown.

In this instance, we're going to look back at the battle of Plunkett vs. Theismann. The Super Bowl is scheduled for Sunday at 6:30 PM ET at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, CA. The NFC champion Los Angeles Rams are posted as the four-point favorite in the Super Bowl odds over the Cincinnati Bengals, with the total on the game established at 48.5 points.

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Raiders vs Jaguars NFL Preseason Recap

raiders vs jaguarsThe NFL is back after being away for six months. The Las Vegas Raiders faced Jacksonville Jaguars at the Hall of Fame game. However, the Raiders vs Jaguars was not a close match.

According to a bookie pay per head blog, it was a good start for new Raiders head coach Josh McDaniels. His team won against the Jaguars 27-11 and spoiled the debut of rookie head coach Doug Pederson.

It was a homecoming for Mcdaniels, who is a native of Jacksonville. He used to play for Canton McKinley High School and was on the sidelines while watching his father, Thom McDaniels, coach the team.

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AFC Playoff Odds & Preview - Chiefs Must Reverse Earlier Result to Get Past Bills

AFC Playoff Odds and Preview The Kansas City Chiefs did not look very much like a team headed to a third straight Super Bowl when they played the Buffalo Bills earlier in the season. But things have changed now; the Chiefs have "cleaned up" some of the aspects of their game, and they are two steps away from getting the opportunity to vindicate themselves for last year's loss to Tampa Bay.

The Bills and Chiefs were both very impressive last week, as the cream is clearly rising to the top. And now they encounter each other in the AFC Divisional Round of the playoffs, kicking off at 6 PM ET at Arrowhead Stadium.

In the AFC playoff odds posted on this game by the folks at BetAnySports, the Chiefs are the favorites:

 

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