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Bet on the NFLNFL football odds bettors saw another fantastic football betting weekend of action that revealed a lot and again reminded gamblers that nothing is certain in the NFL. NFL football odds were beaten by both the Oakland Raiders and Kansas City Chiefs in football betting upsets while the Denver Broncos continue to crush skepticism.

The Raiders stunned everyone with a NFL football odds win at home over Philadelphia 13-9 as 13 point dogs.  The Chiefs scored a 14-6 football betting win at Washington as 6 point online betting dogs.  Oakland and Kansas City have been two of the worst teams on the board against the NFL football odds and their wins show that there are simply no foregone conclusions on Sunday.

The Green Bay Packers scored a nice bounce back win over Detroit in a 26-0 shutout as 11.5 point home favorites.  But the Pack is still way back of the lead as their old quarterback and new nemesis, Brett Favre, led the Minnesota Vikings to a 33-31 comeback win over Baltimore although they did not cover the NFL football odds as 3 point home favorites.

The New Orleans Saints look like the best team on the NFL football odds board right now after their statement making 48-27 win over the NFL football odds against the New York Giants as 3 point home favorites.  The Saints win begs the question that if the Giants cannot stop the explosive Saints, who can?

The New York Jets have crashed back down to earth after a 3-0 start as they lost an ugly game to the NFL football odds versus Buffalo 13-16 as 9.5 point favorites.  It was the Jets third consecutive loss to the NFL football odds.

The New England Patriots erased doubts about their abilities in a 59-0 blowout home win over the Tennessee Titans in the snow of Foxboro.  Winless Tennessee has gone from the penthouse to the outhouse as they were the top seed in the AFC last year.

The Atlanta Falcons are for real as they proved in their 21-14 Sunday night win over the Chicago Bears to improve to 4-1 and a game behind the New Orleans Saints in the NFC South.   Chicago had a 3 game winning streak halted.

And breakout the Broncos of Denver!  Josh McDaniels continues to prove doubters wrong as his team scored a 34-23 win at San Diego to take firm command of the AFC west.  The 33-year old wonder boy is also way out in front for coach of the year honors.


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