|Written by Michael|
Bet on the NFL In what will be the Dallas Cowboys final game of the 2010 season, they hit the road for Philadelphia to take on the top of their division, the NFC South. The Eagles have a 10-5 record going into Week 17, compared to the Cowboys’ 5-10 record. Eagles star quarterback is unlikely to play this weekend, due to an a leg bruise. He sustained a quad contusion on the first play of the Eagles’ 24-14 loss to the Minnesota Vikings on Tuesday night. But he was just announced as a starter for the Pro Bowl on January 30th in Honolulu Hawaii.
No big deal though, as the Eagles are locked into the Number three seed in the NFC playoffs, so the game is just for fun, essentially.
But for the Cowboys it’s their last chance to try and prove that they aren’t a complete disaster, save some face, so to speak. Unfortunately, when betting on football note that the Cowboys will be forced to start their third string quarterback, Stephen McGee. For the first time in his two year career, McGee ran the first team offense this week in practice. So with that interim coach Jason Garrett has said that Kitna would start Sunday if he is healthy, but if not McGee is gearing up for the job this week in practice.
In recent Eagles news, the Vikings upset Philadelphia fans Tuesday night, in the first Tuesday night football game in sixty-four years. The loss means the Eagles have lost their first round bye week in the playoffs. When sports betting note that this game has been moved. The start time of the Eagles vs Cowboys game next Sunday has been moved from 1pm to 4:15pm. Obviously, they want Eagles vs Cowboys to be the national game since the last meeting between those two was the second highest rated game of the season. The move could end up being a bit of a dud for FOX depending on what happens in the Packers vs Bears game at 1pm. Should the Packers win, the Eagles will go all out for the #2 seed. However, if Chicago wins the Eagles will likely have nothing to play for since they’ll be locked into the #3 seed.