Cowboys & Patriots Dominate Pro Bowl Lines

December 1, 2010 NFL Football

Pro Bowl lines for the 2008 Pro Bowl are dominated by Dallas Cowboy and New England Patriots players

Pro Bowl lines show that the Cowboys have a record tying 12 players on the team while the Patriots have eight.  Pro Bowl lines still have the AFC favored since the AFC has dominated the NFC in recent play.

Pro Bowl lines show that New England is led by Tom Brady and receiver Randy Moss.  The Patriots also have offensive linemen Matt Light, Logan Mankins, and Dan Koppen; outside linebacker Mike Vrabel; nose tackle Vince Wilfork; and cornerback Asante Samuel. Gamblers looking at Pro Bowl lines know that the Patriots may lose one of their starters since quarterback Tom Brady is unlikely to play with an ankle sprain.  It is unlikely that Pro Bowl lines will move much without Brady on the roster since Peyton Manning would then be the starter.  Pro Bowl lines show that Moss leads NFL receivers in touchdowns and that he broke Jerry Rice’s single season record.  The three offensive linemen are among the best in the league as well. Pro Bowl lines info shows that the Patriots allowed only 17 sacks all year. Of the eight Pro Bowlers, all but Koppen were selected as starters. Gamblers that look at Pro Bowl betting see that a couple of other Patriots could have made the team in receiver Wes Welker and defensive lineman Ty Warren.

Dallas has a lot of players in the Pro Bowl led by quarterback Tony Romo.  Pro Bowl betting gamblers see that they also have running back Marion Barber, receiver Terrell Owens, tight end Jason Whitten, guard Flozell Adams, Center Andre Gurode, defensive end DeMarcus Ware, free safety Ken Hamlin, strong safety Roy Williams, cornerback Terence Newman and kicker Nick Folk.

Pro Bowl lines are sometimes influenced by star players missing the game.  That could be the case in 2008 as the NFC is missing quarterback Brett Favre and the AFC is likely going to be without quarterback Tom Brady.  Gamblers looking at Pro Bowl lines see that other players like Willie Parker from Pittsburgh are injured and won’t play.  Pro Bowl lines will be adjusted accordingly but remember that this game is more like a preseason game and starters won’t play long anyway.

As you look at Pro Bowl betting this season remember to look at the entire rosters of both teams.  Since starters only play a quarter or so the reserves will decide whether you win or lose your Pro Bowl betting wager.

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