NFL Gambling Shifts To Cowboys And Redskins Tonight
The Dallas Cowboys were the darlings of the media this past off season. They were picked to be the best team in the NFC by many analysts, and early on they looked like the team to beat.
The Washington Redskins brought back their glory years coach Joe Gibbs a few years back in hopes of reviving the spirit and toughness that made them one of the best franchises of the eighties and nineties.
The Gibbs experience did not work out, but that does not mean the Redskins are doormats this season. With their new coach Jim Zorn, Washington has transformed themselves into a contender in the NFC.
Tonight, the Cowboys and Redskins will renew their rivalry with much at stake. They both feel they can represent the NFC in the Super Bowl, but a loss tonight would set them both back several steps.
The Redskins are in a better position than the Cowboys. Dallas has used up all of their life lines and they are hoping that the return of quarterback Tony Romo will inject confidence in a team that was supposed to be the class of the NFC.
Washington will be without running back Clinton Portis, but they know if they can survive with a win, they will be in position to make the playoffs as a wild card team.
The Giants have almost all but locked up the division title by beating all three of their divisional opponents the first time around.
November 16, 2008
Posted By Vincent Tapoglia III
Staff Editor, CasinoGamblingWeb.com
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