Sportsbook Odds on Redskins vs. Broncos

This NFL Sunday Week #8 with the line to Bet on NFL for the game at 4:25PM between the visiting Washington Redskins (2-4, 3rd in NFC East) and the Denver Broncos (6-1, 2nd in the AFC West) whom are favored at opening line of -13 at the Online Sportsbook. The game being played at the Invesco Field at Mile High in Denver Colorado.   

In Denver’s game this past week with the Colts, Peyton Mannings trek into history was halted as the team's record became undefeated at 6-1 with the 1st loss of the season which will make this Sundays game very difficult for the visiting Redskins.  In the game against the Colts, Manning seem to have his most difficult time throwing the ball this season as the ball wobbled more as the game drew near to the end.  Many of his problems stemmed from the tremendous pressure the Colts defense applied, as he was sacked four times which is the most since back in a game in 2007.

Online Sportsbooks: Panthers vs. Buccaneers

The Carolina Panthers versus Tampa Bay Buccaneers rivalry is one of the most recent (dating from 1995), but it is also one of the most intense and even as well. This Thursday 24th they will meet for the first time this season at a point where Tampa Bay badly needs a victory but is not very likely to get one, at least as far as online sportsbooks go, which are favoring Carolina with a -6 point spread. The Bucs are 0-6, and since Josh Freeman is already long gone, one has to wonder who head coach Greg Schiano is blaming now, unless he´s chanting mea culpa. Or he may cite the training camp MRSA outbreak and get Raymond James Stadium closed down. That might save the Buccaneers further embarrassment. 

Online Sportsbook: Broncos vs. Colts

This Sunday 20th will mark the return of Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning to Indianapolis. Indiana Colts fans are probably experiencing mixed feelings about this homecoming of sorts for Manning. Some may give him a hero’s welcome, while others may resent the fact that he only won one Super Bowl for them when they were expecting a dynasty. Manning himself may feel ambivalent; obviously he must have very fond memories of the 12 years he spent on Indianapolis. On the other hand, his departure was less than auspicious, and though it may have been what was best for business then (and Denver’s last season as well, as this one, prove that it was anything but), it showed Indy’s front office to have a very brief memory.

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