NFL Pro Football Betting Preview Week 1 Monday Night Doubleheader

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Monday Night Football returns for the 2015 season and scheduled are two outstanding games over national television to the satisfaction of pro football bettors worldwide. The action gets underway at 7PM Eastern Time.

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Two high scoring teams take the field at 7PM Eastern Time on ESPN TV as the Atlanta Falcons will play host to the Philadelphia Eagles. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the road team Philadelphia Eagles the -3 point betting favorite with the over under line set at 55 ½ points. Those who play on Philadelphia on the money line will lay -150 odds with the take back on the home underdog Atlanta Falcons at +130 odds on the money line. This will be the debut of new Falcons head coach Dan Quinn as he looks to return Atlanta to the top of the NFC South. The Falcons had trouble in recent seasons on the defensive side of the football. They failed to generate enough pass rush and were lit up by opposing offenses for a ton of passing yardage. Philadelphia will now be led under center by Sam Bradford who looked good in the preseason. The question for the Eagles will be if their defense can keep opponents off the scoreboard enough for their high flying offense.

The late night game kicks off at 10:20PM Eastern Time as the San Francisco 49ers will welcome into town the Minnesota Vikings airing on ESPN TV. The road team Minnesota Vikings are the -2 point wagering favorite with the over under coming in at 41 ½ points. Those who play on Minnesota on the money line will lay -125 odds with the take back on the home underdog San Francisco 49ers at -105 odds on the money line. San Francisco went through a coaching change in the offseason as Jim Tomsula takes over. He inherits a team that lost many of their stars to free agency. Quarterback Colin Kaepernick was ineffective last year and looks for improvement. Minnesota Vikings welcome Adrian Paterson back into the lineup after he served a suspension last year. Hopes are high for second year quarterback Teddy Bridgewater who is showing growth on the field.

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