NFL betting in 2007 will give you many opportunities to make money. One strategy that works every season is finding a team to fade.
NFL betting fans know that if any team is a due for a fall in 2007 it is the Tennessee Titans. Football gambling fans know that the Titans made great progress last year going 8-8 after finishing the previous two years at 4-12 and 5-11. Many football betting fans think that Tennessee will continue to improve after last year and make a playoff push but the facts don’t support that opinion.
Football betting fans think that Tennessee was very lucky last year. Football gambling fans know that they were actually out-gained by 1,105 yards last year. Football betting fans know they scored 324 points, but allowed 400. Football betting fans know that they somehow were lucky enough to go 8-8.
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Football betting fans know that the Titans lost a lot of players in the off-season and replaced them with very little. Football betting fans know that the Titans lose defensive back, Pacman Jones for the entire season. Football gambling fans know he led the NFL last season in punt return average and returned three punts for touchdowns a year ago. Football betting fans know that Tennessee set a franchise record with a 4.72 yards-per-rush average last year mainly due to Vince Young but the contribution of Travis Henry should not be overlooked and he is now gone. Football gambling fans know that the Titans also lost wide receivers Drew Bennett and Bobby Wade. Football fans know Young will be under fire all year long with little help.
Football betting fans know that the Titans also have one of the toughest schedules in the NFL in 2007. Football betting fans know that they easily could start 1-5 or 2-4. Football betting fans know it is going to be a long year for the Tennessee Titans and they are a great football betting fade for the 2007 NFL season.