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Final Score: Arizona 12, Dallas 7

Fortunately for them, they had Jay Feely. Feely made four of his five field goal attempts and the Cardinals defeated the Dallas Cowboys, 12-7. The 37-year-old kicker is coming off one of his best seasons. He connected on 25-of-28 field goals last year for the Cardinals, including a career-long 61-yard field goal in Week 6 against the Bills. Carson Palmer got the start for the Arizona, completing 7-of-15 passes for 66 yards on three series. Drew Stanton was 10-for-19 for 152 yards and an interception. Rashard Mendenhall, after missing the preseason opener with knee tendinitis, rushed seven times for a game-high 32 yards. The Cowboys had 342 total yards, but committed six turnovers in the contest. Tony Romo went 7-for-10 for 142 yards while Alex Tanney was 14-for-19 for 136 yards, one touchdown and one interception. However, two of Kyle Orton's eight pass attempts were interceptions. Dallas also had to deal with fumbles by receivers Dez Bryant and Dwayne Harris and running back Lance Dunbar.

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NFL Preseason Week 3 kicks off Thursday

It’s commonly believed that that the third full week of the NFL preseason is the “dress rehearsal” for the regular season openers. Most coaches will go with their expected starters for up to three quarters of the action. Therefore, you would think that bettors who have been studying their materials over the offseason would be well prepared for what happens this weekend. With that in mind, let’s take a look at the two games that will jumpstart the schedule. According to oddsmakers at, New England is a 7.5-point favorite over St. Louis, and Green Bay is laying 3.5-points to Indy at home.
St. Louis (1-1) at New England (2-0), 7:30 p.m. EDT Line: New England -7.5 Total: 37.5

Coming off a pair of rough performances, number one overall pick Sam Bradford is expected to get the start at QB for the Rams due to thumb and elbow injuries to starter A.J. Feeley. Bradford has completed just 44 percent (12-27) of his passes so far and has yet to find the end zone. On the bright side, he has not thrown a pick either.
The Patriots have displayed a balanced run-pass attack in winning their first two preseason games over the Saints and the Falcons. Veterans Fred Taylor and Sammy Morris both topped 50 yards against the Falcons and both scored on TD runs of 20 yards or more. Meanwhile, Tom Brady completed 10 of 12 passes for 85 yards and a TD to rookie tight end Aaron Hernandez. Fellow rookie tight end Rob Gronkowski also caught a TD pass courtesy of backup QB Brian Hoyer.
The Patriots are an obvious favorite in this matchup, but there are conflicting handicapping signs from StatFox demonstrating their ability to cover the rather large number in this contest.
First off, this system suggests the Rams are due for a bounceback:
  • Play On - Underdogs of 3.5 to 10 points (ST LOUIS) - after gaining 5.5 or less passing yards/attempt in last game. (53-24 over the last 10 seasons.) (68.8%, +26.6 units. Rating = 2*)
    That angle boasts a perfect 6-0 ATS record over the last three seasons, including 1-0 last weekend.
    Still, statistically speaking, this game could be a mismatch. The Rams were outgained by 188 yards per game in their first two preseason affairs, while New England has outscored its foes by 10.5 PPG in going 2-0 SU & ATS. As such, the StatFox Game Estimator calls for a 31-11 rout.
    Indianapolis (0-2) at Green Bay (1-1), 8:00 p.m. EDT Line: Green Bay -3.5, Total: 44

    The Colts travel to Green Bay Thursday night still looking for their first win of the preseason. They are infamous for not typically giving a hoot about what happens in these games, but it is apparent that oddsmakers and bettors are expecting a different type of effort today. For one, the Colts are only a 3.5-point dog at Lambeau Field after playing as 4-point dogs at home against San Francisco and in Toronto against the Bills. For two, the line actually opened as Green Bay -4, but has dumped a half-point since.
    Peyton Manning played five series and led the Colts to a pair of TD (one rush, one pass) in the first quarter of their 34-21 loss to the Bills last Thursday, but also had an INT returned 78 yards for a score. The Colts D surrendered a pair of long first-quarter scores: a 31-yard run and a 70-yard pass. Backup Curtis Painter bounced back from a dismal opener to complete 5-of-6 passes for 97 yards, including a 43-yard TD strike to Taj Smith.
    The Packers dropped their preseason opener to the Browns 27-24, but bounced back to beat the Seahawks by the same score in their second game. Through two games, Aaron Rodgers is already in midseason form, having completed 20-of-24 attempts for 275 yards and 3 TD without an INT. Backup Matt Flynn has not been as sharp, connecting on 19-of- 35 for 199 yards and 2 INT without throwing a TD. He’s also been sacked three times to Rodgers’ none.
    It’s difficult to think the Colts would go winless in the preseason again. Consider this system from FoxSheets:
  • Play On - Underdogs or pick (INDIANAPOLIS) - winless in the preseason. (80-42 over the last 10 seasons.) (65.6%, +33.8 units. Rating = 2*).
    However, this game also has a large statistical imbalance, like the Patriots-Rams game. Perhaps a play on the total makes more sense:
  • INDIANAPOLIS is 12-1 OVER (+10.9 Units) in games played on a grass field since 1993 in the preseason. The average score was INDIANAPOLIS 19.5, OPPONENT 23.4 - (Rating = 3*)

    Tim Tebow in the NFL

    Every NFL betting man wonders, Can Tebow do it in the NFL? It didn’t take long for the football world to see where he landed, Tim Tebow’s first round draft selection by the Denver Broncos leaves many professionals scratching their heads and many fans saying, “I told you so.”  The professionals tend to forget that behind the ridiculous amount of press there exists a legacy to back up Tebow’s hype, you do not become the first underclassman to win the Heisman Trophy on smoke and mirror, Tebow has massive talent.

    In the pros, Tebow is going to have to adjust his game.  His unpredictable nature (will he throw or do it all himself?) made him a force to be reckoned with.  In his new house that is a dangerous choice with defenders who triple your size.  This man has accuracy, a hell of an arm (9286 passing yards), is an amazing decision maker, and has the ability to run if necessary. 

    If he can gel the team, get them to trust him, there is no reason he can’t be successful.  The Broncos defense stepped it up last year, if they rally behind this quarterback, his crazy antics just might work.  Everyone laughed at Miami for the wildcat, but sometimes when you bring a little bit of college to the pros it can have a great effect. With that said the Broncos are going to be a fascinating team to bet on in 2010, and if you are an NFL bettor there is no better place to make those bets than where everybody bets.

    All that being said, what was Coach McDaniels thinking?  Practically no one believes Tebow is ready to start in the big time, so why waste your high draft pick on Tebow?  The answer must be leadership.  Since the firing of Shanahan, the unceremonious, pouty departure of Jay Cutler, and the spectacular unraveling of a 6-0 start last season, McDaniels needs a leader.  That is something you cannot measure with statistics or size.

    No matter what you personally think of Tebow, I hate him for being a Gator, you have to respect what he can do to unite a team.  The Broncos have been left leaderless for years.  Shanahan was given too much power running the offense and the defense; he lost points with the players.  Cutler was their touchstone and he abandoned them.  All they had was Marshall and he was toast by the end of the season, not to mention gone now too.  They need someone to bring them together.  McDaniels lost their trust once the losing began and he knows he can only lead the team if they are all on his side.  Tebow brings loyalty wherever he goes.

    While the rest of the commentaries will cover statistics and all the reasons Tim Tebow should have been a third round pick at best, I say this is an inspired move to remind people that winning comes from being a team.  Now, the question remains, will seasoned pro players be willing to take their cues from a young punk?  They have been hurting for so long, ripped apart by loosing their motivation, I think they are ready for Tebow’s brand of camaraderie. Those players are ready to bet on Tim Tebow leading them to the playoffs.

    You can watch it across the sports board, teams that fall apart because all of their eggs lie with one player.  Look at the Lakers right now, heck, look at the 49ers for YEARS.  The amazing thing about Tim Tebow is that no matter how much he becomes the star or leader, he is ultimately a team player with trust in everyone around him.  When you build a team like that, you are slated to be the underdog with enough heart to come through.

    What does all this mean to the Denver Broncos next season? I think it means they are going to cover a lot of spreads. The Broncos will be underdogs often according to the experts, but Tebow is a master at finding a way to win, stats or no stats. Will Tebow lead the league in passing? No. But he will win games, and he will make a lot of savvy NFL Bettors very happy next year.