The game is held on Hall of Fame weekend at Canton, Ohio. Hall of Fame betting in 2009 matches the Buffalo Bills against the Tennessee Titans.
Hall of Fame Game odds slightly favor the Titans in this game on Sunday, August 9th. NBC television will be showing the game which should increase the popularity of Hall of Fame Game odds at the online sportsbook. For many years the Hall of Fame Game odds could be seen on Monday night as the game was part of ABC’s package but NBC has picked up the coverage in recent years.
The Hall of Fame Class for 2009 includes wide receiver Bob Hayes, guard Randall McDaniel, defensive end Bruce Smith, linebacker Derrick Thomas, Buffalo Bills owner Ralph Wilson, and defensive back Rod Woodson. Hayes was nicknamed “Bullet Bob,” and was a star with the Dallas Cowboys. Hall of Fame Game odds stats show that Hayes caught 371 career passes for 7,414 yards and 71 touchdowns in his career.
Hall of Fame Game odds information tells us that McDaniel was a fabulous offensive lineman with the Minnesota Vikings and later with the Tampa Bay Bucs. He was named to a record 12 consecutive AFC-NFC Pro Bowls during his 14-season career as Hall of Fame Game odds numbers indicate.
Hall of Fame Game betting numbers show that Smith is the NFL’s all-time sack leader with 200 career sacks. He was voted to 11 Pro Bowls as Hall of Fame Game odds stats show. Online betting stats tell us that Thomas had more sacks in the 1990’s than any other player. Hall of Fame Game odds numbers tell us he was selected to nine Pro Bowls.
Ralph Wilson founded the Buffalo Bills in 1959 and his team won back-to-back AFL titles in the mid-1960s. Hall of Fame Game odds stats show that the Bills are the only team in NFL history to play in four straight Super Bowls. Unfortunately for Buffalo fans the Bills lost them all. Woodson intercepted 71 passes in his career and was voted to 11 Pro Bowls as Hall of Fame Game betting stats indicate.
NFL Hall of Fame Game odds date the game back to 1962. Every year since except in 1966 there has been a game. NFL Hall of Fame Game betting scheduling shows that the Bills and Titans will play five games this preseason while all of the other teams in the NFL will play four.