Sportsbook.com Is Serving Up Holiday Feast!
November 20, 2006 (New York, NY)- Thanksgiving is right at our doorstep and the good folks at the NFL Network have decided that two NFL games on Thursday were not enough, so they have prepared a special evening desert, with the Denver Broncos visiting the Kansas City Chiefs.
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Game one has the surging 4-6 Miami Dolphins heading to Motown to face the 2-8 Detroit Lions and there are some subplots here. Former Lions QB Joey Harrington is now flinging the Football for the South Florida Dolphins and his coach Nick Saban had some great teams at Michigan State, before heading to LSU. The problem for the Lions when I watched them against Arizona this past Sunday was the porous pass protection that is getting John Kitna hit too many times. How are they going to keep all pro Jason Taylor from putting him in a body bag?
Sportsbook has the game offered at Miami -3 and the over/under at 29 ½.
America's team the Dallas Cowboys looked awfully good knocking off the Indianapolis Colts Sunday and now welcome Cadillac Williams And his Tamp Bay mates to Irving, for a 4:00 pm Thanksgiving day tilt. If you plan on Betting the Cowboys, you will be asked to lay -11 points, as the linemakers are not impressed with Gruden's Buckaroos! You must remember this will be Tampa's third game in 11 days and two of them will have been road games. Their defense is a veteran group and the injuries do not have enough time to heal, during this span.
You may want to consider the point total of 39, which may be a little steep!
In the nightcap on Thursday, the stunned Denver Broncos must go to loud Arrowhead Stadium to face Herman Edwards Chiefs. Denver had a 24-7 lead over San Diego on Sunday night and then got taken apart by Rivers and Tomlinson. What happened to their stout defense? With the night game Sunday, they will not practice more then once prior to this game and NFL players are creatures of habits.
Kansas City though has issues on the offensive line and their all-world tight end Tony Gonzalez is hurting.
Sportsbook has this game listed as Denver -3 and the over/under will be posted shortly.
Have a safe and happy holiday from all of us at Sportsbook.com!
About the Author: Bob is an experienced sports writer and handicapper who has written for the sports industry for over a decade. He has been a regular contributer to Sports Scene, a sports consultant for television's 33 Made and other major motion pictures.