|Written by Michelle Allan|
Bet on the NFLFootball betting on the preseason resumes with a showcase sports betting affair as the Dallas Cowboys play their first ever game in their new stadium against the Tennessee Titans. Football betting fans will get a look at Jerry Jones’ new football palace as well as two sports betting commodities expected to contend for the playoffs on the FOX-TV network.
The Cowboys were dreadful in their preseason football betting opener at Oakland last week as they were blown out by the Raiders 10-31 as 1.5-point sports betting favorites with the game going over the NFL betting over/under of 34.
Quarterback Tony Romo saw limited action in that football betting preseason opener as he was 4-6 for 36 yards with a touchdown. Jon Kitna played most of the game at quarterback and was 7-10-87 yards with an interception. The Dallas defense had an embarrassing football betting preseason debut as Oakland ran for 176 yards on 26 attempts and lit up the Cowboy secondary for 280 yards passing. Dallas also committed 11 penalties for 109 yards and had 2 turnovers. It is expected that they will bring their best football betting effort into this first game at their new stadium, however, and the Cowboys very well could have been looking ahead to this inaugural game at the new ball yard.
The Tennessee Titans have won both of their football betting exhibitions straight up and have a win and a push against the board. Last week Tennessee defeated the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 27-20 as 4.5-point home favorites as the game went over the football betting total of 34.5. Vince Young was impressive in last week’s football betting win as he was 9-14 for 131 yards and threw for a touchdown. Young gives the Titans an added advantage and edge in preseason as he is a quality number two quarterback looking to take the top job. The regular starter, Kerry Collins, had a bad game as he was 4-9 for 37 yards with 2 interceptions. Javon Ringer was impressive out of the backfield as he ran for 51 yards on 7 carries with 1 touchdown.
Bet on the MLBGamblers might feel compelled to place their baseball bets on San Francisco. Rival evaluators who scouted the Giants’ offensive work during spring training all left thinking the same thing; pitchers from opposing teams will have to dig deep. Similar to the Kansas City Royals of the previous two years, the Giants are not known for striking out too often.