Week One NFL Bets Include Outstanding Late Monday Lineup

Week One NFL Bets Include Outstanding Late Monday Lineup

May 25th, 2020 NFL Football, Sportsbook

At the beginning of any pro football season are specific games that capture attention. Fans and gamblers certainly have a strong week one lineup for NFL bets. The late Sunday games bring plenty of possibilities to consider. In particular there are four games that offer a glimpse of the NFL’s future. As well as new eras that are being launched all in a single day. Handicapping these games means that a lot of intangibles must be examined.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. New Orleans Saints

Date and Time:Sunday, September 13, 2020, 4:25 p.m. ET
Location:Mercedes Benz Stadium, New Orleans, Louisiana
Buccaneers vs. Saints TV Coverage:FOX
Buccaneers vs. Saints NFL Bets odds at SBG:
TeamSpreadTotalML
Buccaneers+4 (-110)49½ (-110)
Saints-4 (-110)49½ (-110)
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Namely Tom Brady captures complete sportsbook attention for the matchup at the Saints. New Orleans may be opening the final season of Drew Brees’ career. Tampa Bay has become a hot future pick because of Brady and a strong supporting cast. Naturally the underdog price on Brady and the Bucs will attract gambling dollars. But New Orleans remains the more proven team.

Arizona Cardinals vs. San Francisco 49ers

Date and Time:Sunday, September 13, 2020, 4:25 p.m. ET
Location:Levis Stadium, Santa Clara, California
Cardinals vs. 49ers TV Coverage:FOX
Cardinals vs. 49ers NFL Bets odds at SBG:
TeamSpreadTotalML
Cardinals+8 (-115)46½ (-105)
49ers-8 (-105)46½ (-115)
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The first-round draft pick Isaiah Simmons has sparked excitement in Arizona. Cardinal fans have not been this optimistic in several seasons. However, an opener at the defending NFC champion 49ers won’t be easy. Even with their Super Bowl loss San Francisco rates as one of the most complete teams in the NFL. Defensively the 49ers will make Kyler Murray and Arizona earn every yard.

Los Angeles Chargers vs. Cincinnati Bengals

Date and Time:Sunday, September 13, 2020, 4:05 p.m. ET
Location:Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati, Ohio
Chargers vs. Bengals TV Coverage:CBS
Chargers vs. Bengals NFL Bets odds at SBG:
TeamSpreadTotalML
Chargers-3 (-109)44½ (-107)
Bengals+3 (-111)44½ (-113)
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Indeed, two new eras begin in this NFL Bets matchup. Los Angeles begins life without its mainstay quarterback Philip Rivers in this matchup. While the Bengals boast the top draft pick of the 2020 NFL Draft with quarterback Joe Burrow. LA is coming off a highly disappointing season. Yet they still have enough defense to tell Burrow “Welcome to the NFL.”

Dallas Cowboys vs. Los Angeles Rams

Date and Time:Sunday, September 13, 2020, 8:20 p.m. ET
Location:SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, California
Cowboys vs. Rams TV Coverage:NBC
Cowboys vs. Rams NFL Bet Odds at SBG:
TeamSpreadTotalML
Cowboys-2½ (-105)49½ (-110)
Rams+2½ (-115)49½ (-110)
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Fashion that this is the first-ever NFL regular-season game at SoFi Stadium. Rams fans and gamblers are curious as to which Los Angeles team they will get. Will it be the 2018 NFC champion version? Or last year’s lethargic and out of sync 9-7 team. Most of all Rams head coach Sean McVay went from the penthouse to outhouse in just one short year. But fading the public is usually the smart move.

Meanwhile the Cowboys are coming off a highly acclaimed 2020 NFL Draft. First-round pick CeeDee Lamb gives Dallas an immediate impact player at wide receiver. And former Packers Super Bowl champion Mike McCarthy closes what was a credibility gap as head coach. Overall, the Cowboys are consistent public overlays. This time it may well be warranted.

NFL Bets Free Picks: Saints, 49ers, Chargers, Rams

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