Monday Night Football Betting Matches

December 1, 2010 NFL Football

Monday Night Football betting commences Monday, September 8th for the 39th consecutive year.

Two games are lined up for Monday night. The first game puts the Minnesota Vikings against the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field. Monday Night Football odds show Green Bay as the favorite.The second Monday Night Football betting match sends the Denver Broncos to McAfee Coliseum to visit the Oakland Raiders. The Monday Night Football odds have the Broncs as the favorite.

Monday Night Football betting enthusiasts have quite a bit to look forward to. Green Bay, having traded Brett Favre to the Jets, has now to rely on their only remaining QB with any experience, Aaron Rodgers. From their 34-6 defeat against the 49ers, Monday Night Football betting fans can gather that the Packers aren’t performing up to par. Aaron Rodgers seems as if he won’t be contributing much. However, Monday Night Football betting fans can still hope that Rodgers will rise to the occasion.

The Vikings have experienced players, with only 10 rookies on their offense, and a 15-year experienced quarterback, Gus Frerotte. Having allowed their starters to sit out their last game of the preseason, Monday Night Football betting enthusiasts should note that the Vikes are allowing them to rest before their first game of the regular season. Despite their experienced roster, injuries could cause the Vikings to stumble during Monday Night Football betting, leaving them open to attack.

ESPN will broadcast the late Monday Night Football betting match between the Broncos and the Raiders. The Broncos want to make this their season to shine. With very few rookies on their roster, most of the team has at least 3 years of experience. Wide receiver Brandon Stokley claims to have found his niche with the Broncs, which could help their Monday Night Football odds, especially if he develops chemistry with quarterback Patrick Ramsey. The Broncos look like a safe team to wager on for Monday Night Football betting.

Oakland Raiders cornerback DeAngelo Hall has had his cast removed. Though he feels confident his hand will be strong enough for the Monday Night Football betting match, 2 weeks can hardly be enough time for recovery. There is still the possibility his hand will not be at 100%, and Monday Night Football odds reflect the fans’ concerns over his and other injuries. This can hurt the Raiders’ chances of winning the Monday Night Football betting game.

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