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NFL early results: Texans beat the Panthers, Titans almost trip Colts

NFL Week 2 bring surprising results, the Texans at 2-0 and the Colts barely beat the Titans.

NFL early results: Texans beat the Panthers, Titans almost trip Colts The betting action is picking up in Week 2 of NFL but the point spread were hard to catch on a few games. The favorite Indianapolis Colts were victorious against the Tennessee Titans by only two points, failing to make the spread posted at -7.5 points on the Colts. The final game score was 22-20, falling UNDER the posted total by Bodog Sports of 45.5 points. The Colts were favorite to win the game with betting odds -320, compared to the Titans at +260.

 The Houston Texans paid out big to the lucky bettors, the online bookmaker Bodog Sports had the Texans underdog with odds +260. The Texans won the game against the Carolina Panthers 34-21, OVER the posted total of 38.5 points. The Panthers were favorite on the spread -7 points. Another Week 2 football game which went against the bookmakers is the San Francisco 49ers against the St. Louis Rams. The 49ers won 17-16, UNDER the total of 44 points, with +3 points spread. The San Francisco 49ers were underdog with betting odds +130 and the Rams were listed at -150.

 The Cincinnati Bengals vs. the Cleveland Browns is so far the highest game by payouts. The Browns won the game 45-51 as an underdog with odds of +290, which means that the bet will pay out 290 for every 100 bet. The total went way OVER the posted 42 points and the point spread on the Browns was +8. And finally, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers filled the pockets of bettors with their 14-31 victory against the New Orleans Saints. The odds on the Buccaneers were +210, compared to the Saints at -250 favorite. The point spread had the Saints -5 chalk and the game score was OVER the posted 41.5 total.

All odds and spreads by Bodog.

Published on 09/16/2007

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