Since it is the Hall of Fame Game, let’s take a look at the 2010 class of inductees for the enshrinement ceremony which include RB Emmitt Smith, WR Jerry Rice, DT John Randall, RB Floyd Little, CB Dick LeBeau, LB Rickey Jackson and G Russ Grimm. This Ceremony includes of family members, acceptance speeches, player analysis, and interviews along with conferences with press.
The Hall of Fame game itself kicks off at 8 PM EDT from Canton, Ohio at Fawcett Stadium after a lapse of 6 months with no NFL Betting and matching up the Dallas Cowboy’s and the Bengals of Cincinnati with the Bengals favored at -2.5 and the Over/under at 32.5. This is an exception game as these two teams play one more expo game that the other teams. See the changing NFL Betting lines and NFL odds for Sunday’s game as the betting begins.
These two teams were both fortunate to be Divisional winners from the 2009 NFL Season. The Bengals managed to win the North AFC title but lost in the 1st playoff game at home to the upcoming Jets of New York. Dallas on the other hand won the East NFC Title, went on to the second round and then lost to the Vikings. These same two teams have been preseason favorites to make the playoffs in 2010. If you are interested you can see the updated NFL Odds, NFL Futures, NFL Propositions and NFL Betting lines at SBGGlobal.com, as they offer up to 60 % Initial and Reload Bonuses.
Believe it or not the Cowboys are a very favorite pick to win the all of the NFC which would give them the privilege of being the first NFL team to host the Super Bowl at the home stadium of the Cowboy’s. Some bad news for the “Boys” in that #1 draftee Bryant was injured in a recent practice and may miss all preseason. Dallas’s hope is that he will be able to start the NFL regular 2010 season. If so that should have some effect on the NFL Odds for the Bengals.
The Bengals hit the headlines when they signed controversial receiver Terrell Owens and he joins Ochcinco giving QB Palmer to excellent receivers and the question remains whether or not the QB will be able pass only one football for two enormous egos?