NFL Pro Football Betting Preview Week 1 Monday Night Doubleheader

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NFL Monday Night Football returns and on September 8th 2014 there are two outstanding matchups televised over national television that will greatly satisfy the appetite of sports bettors worldwide. This Monday the action gets going at 7PM Eastern Time.

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The New York Giants kick off their 2014 campaign on the road as they face the Detroit Lions. The Giants and Lions will get things started from Detroit at 7PM Eastern Time and ESPN TV has the coast to coast broadcast. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the home team Detroit Lions favored by -6 ½ points with an over under line set at 47 points. Those who play on Detroit on the money line will lay -285 odds with the return on the New York Giants at +245 odds on the money line. The New York Giants have missed the playoffs in two straight seasons putting head coach Tom Coughlin on the host seat. The team has changed their game plan to the west coast offense. Keep an eye on rookie Andre Williams a running back out of Boston College who impressed. Detroit changed head coaches and will have former Indianapolis head coach Jim Caldwell debut with his new team.

Game two of the Monday Night Football doubleheader will feature the San Diego Chargers visiting the Arizona Cardinals. Things get started from Arizona at 10:20PM Eastern Time and ESPN will provide the telecast. The odds have the home club Arizona Cardinals favored by -3 points with a total of 46 points. Those playing on Arizona Cardinals on the money line will lay -160 odds with the take back on San Diego at +140 odds on the money line. Phillip Rivers had a great season in 2013 with head coach Mike McCoy taking over for the fired Norv Turner. San Diego went 6-2 in their final eight games of 2013. Arizona Cardinals were a tough luck team who failed to make the playoffs despite a 10-6 record in 2013. There is much room to improve for Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer who threw 22 picks a career high last season.

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