NFL Pro Football Week 16 Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Sunday

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There are just two more Sundays left during the NFL regular season and on tap for December 21st in Week 16 are 12 outstanding matchups scheduled to greatly satisfy the appetite of pro football bettors worldwide.

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A key matchup from the NFC South division will pit the New Orleans Saints playing host to the Atlanta Falcons. Things get started from New Orleans at 1PM Eastern Time and FOX has the coast to coast broadcast. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side New Orleans Saints the -6 ½ point favorite with a total lined at 56 points. It’s been a down year in the NFC South division as no team will finish the regular season with a winning record. The Saints are 6-8 while the Falcons are 5-9. With a Saints win they will eliminate the Falcons from the playoffs. New Orleans holds a ½ game lead over Carolina in the division. Atlanta enters play losers of two straight games and has the 32nd and worst defense in the league giving up 409 yards per game.

Two playoff contenders take the field at 1PM Eastern Time on CBS TV as the Pittsburgh Steelers will host the Kansas City Chiefs. The home side Kansas City Chiefs are favored by -3 points with a total of 46 ½ points. Kansas City is on the outside of the playoff picture with a record of 8-6. Both Pittsburgh and Baltimore are the two wildcard teams at the present time with two games remaining. The Steelers trail Cincinnati by a ½ game for the AFC North lead.

Over on CBS at 4:25PM Eastern Time the Dallas Cowboys will look to keep their grip in the NFC East division as they host the Indianapolis Colts. The Cowboys are favored by -3 points with a total of 55 points. Indianapolis clinched the AFC South division last week and trails both New England and Denver by 1 game for a first round bye in the playoffs. Dallas earned a huge win last week against Philadelphia to take a one game lead in the NFC East division.

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