NFL Pro Football Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Monday

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In week one of the NFL there will be a Monday Night Football doubleheader on September 9th to satisfy the appetite of the betting public. First kick off is set for 7:10PM Easter Time.

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Game one of the Monday Night doubleheader will be an NFC East divisional battle as Chip Kelly will make his regular season debut with his Philadelphia Eagles as they pay a visit to face the Washington Redskins. The Eagles and Redskins get started from Washington at 7:10PM Eastern Time and you can watch the action on ESPN TV. The current odds available for wagering have the home side Washington Redskins favored by -3 ½ points with an over under line of 51 ½ points. A money line wager on Washington will return -175 odds. Those playing on the Philadelphia Eagles on the money line will get back +155 odds. Doctors have cleared Robert Griffin III to play on Monday night and head coach has announced his second year the starter. Griffin has vowed to avoid getting hit as much as he did last year where his running style put his body at too much risk of injury. For the Eagles to return to prominence they will need much better play defensively and Michael Vick must value ball security and stop turning over the ball.

The doubleheader game is set for a kickoff at 10:20PM Eastern Time as the Houston Texans will travel out west to face the San Diego Chargers with ESPN providing the coast to coast TV coverage. The wagering odds reveal the road side Houston Texans favored by -4 points with an over under line of 44 points. Those playing on the Houston Texans on the money line will get a return of -210 odds. Bettors playing the home underdog San Diego Chargers on the money line will get back +175 odds for a straight up win. The Chargers offense has been in decline for several years as quality players have exited the team with replacements not matching the success. Houston has been a playoff team the past two years as they hire Wade Phillips as a defensive coordinator and turned a weakness into strength.

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