NFL 2010: Early Las Vegas Betting Lines & Picks for September 26th

The Las Vegas Hilton Superbook released the point spreads on five select NFL games, NFL Week Two through Week 17. The games featured at the Las Vegas Hilton Superbook are tabbed as the NFL Games of the Week and feature teams that attract the most betting action. Remember when placing action on this these games, the casino will have the money for four to eight months. The advantage is that you can change your bet or play the other side once game time grows closer.Week three’s NFL games of the week will feature in state rivalries and in division critical games. The most intriguing match up will be the battle of Texas with the Dallas Cowboys heading into Reliant Stadium to face the Houston Texans. The Las Vegas Hilton Superbook has made this game a pick em game and for good reason. This early season game will be between two potential 10 win teams.

Sunday September 26, 2010 NFL Week 3.
Dallas Cowboys vs Houston Texans Pick em.
The Dallas Cowboys travel to play their neighbors, the Houston Texans in NFL Week three. Both teams are projected to win over 10 games in the 2010 NFL season, although the Las Vegas Hilton has set the Houston win total over/under at eight. This game will determine which team has focused more on their defense in the off season. This game will still be a barn burner with big plays, take a look at the over when it is posted, it will be close to 55. Take the home team, Houston straight up.

Atlanta Falcons vs New Orleans Saints -7.
The Atlanta Falcons suffered a setback in the 2009 NFL season and early in the 2010 season they will be looking to re-establish themselves as an NFL Playoff team. New Orleans will be the team with the target on their back for the entire 2010 NFL season and in this NFC South divisional clash it is a guarantee Atlanta has circled this game. With Matt Ryan returning and a strong defense Atlanta could be resurgent this season. Take Atlanta +7 to win this game and keep an eye out if the number climbs up.

Indianapolis Colts -4.5 vs Denver Broncos.
Denver is in a rebuilding year whether they believe it or not. They frittered away their number one pick on a quarterback (Tim Tebow), that won’t see the field except in meaningless situations in the 2010 NFL season. Meanwhile the clock is running on the Indianapolis Colts and their aging quarterback, Peyton Manning. Manning knows this is a game Indianapolis must win and when Manning focuses on a game such as this the die has been cast. Indianapolis will cover this game by a touchdown.

New York Jets vs Miami Dolphins -1.
Weather could be a huge factor in this late September game. Miami has a distinct advantage on a hot, muggy day but can they overcome a rough and tumble New York Jet defense. This game will be low scoring, take a look at the under when the time comes. NFL defenses will take advantage of second year quarterback Mark Sanchez especially with his less than stellar running game. The question of these two teams will be who has a worse quarterback and the better defense. New York will win this game straight up but it won’t be easy.

Monday September 27, 2010 NFL Week 3.
Green Bay Packers -1 vs Chicago Bears.
The Green Bay Packers were a tough out in the 2009 NFL season and then they came to crashing halt once the NFL Playoffs began. Chicago, on the other hand, struggled to adjust to new quarterback Jay Cutler throughout the 2009 NFL season. The problem for Chicago entering this game, is that Green Bay will be improved over last year and Chicago will be hard pressed to keep pace with them. This is an NFC North divisional game but weather should not play a factor in late September, so Green Bay’s high powered offense should have their way with Chicago. Take Green Bay and they should cover by a field goal.

sources:
Las Vegas Hilton Superbook NFL Games of the Year 2010-2011.
www.nfl.com team profiles & stats.
www.espn.go.com team profiles & stats.
Week 2 NFL Betting lines & picks.

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