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    PHI EAGLES Open
    6/1 Current
    6/1
    STL RAMS 6/1 8/1
    NE PATRIOTS 6/1 9/2
    T B BUCCANEERS 8/1 10/1
    TEN TITANS 8/1 8/1
    KC CHIEFS 8/1 10/1
    IND COLTS 10/1 7/1
    GB PACKERS 12/1 10/1
    DEN BRONCOS 12/1 18/1
    MIA DOLPHINS 15/1 15/1
    DAL COWBOYS 15/1 15/1
    BAL RAVENS 15/1 15/1
    PIT STEELERS 20/1 30/1
    MIN VIKINGS 20/1 18/1
    CAR PANTHERS 20/1 10/1
    NY JETS 25/1 30/1
    NY GIANTS 25/1 35/1
    SF ***** 25/1 60/1
    WAS REDSKINS 25/1 12/1
    ATL FALCONS 30/1 20/1
    SEA SEAHAWKS 30/1 18/1
    NO SAINTS 35/1 35/1
    CIN BENGALS 35/1 45/1
    OAK RAIDERS 40/1 25/1
    CLE BROWNS 50/1 50/1
    BUF BILLS 50/1 40/1
    JAC JAGUARS 50/1 40/1
    CHI BEARS 60/1 50/1
    SD CHARGERS 100/1 100/1
    HOU TEXANS 150/1 100/1
    ARZ CARDINALS 200/1 80/1
    DET LIONS 200/1 80/1

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  • #2
    Re: Vegas Odds

    Hmm...

    Interesting to see that with the additions of Warner and little Manning that the Giants odds to win have decreased.

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    • #3
      Re: Vegas Odds

      Originally posted by BigGame
      Hmm...

      Interesting to see that with the additions of Warner and little Manning that the Giants odds to win have decreased.
      Just off the top of my head, I would think that any transition in QB would cause Vegas to stretch the odds a little more. And whether it's Manning or Warner, it ain't Collins...therefore, transition.
      The more things change, the more they stay the same.

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      • #4
        Re: Vegas Odds

        Originally posted by HUbison
        Just off the top of my head, I would think that any transition in QB would cause Vegas to stretch the odds a little more. And whether it's Manning or Warner, it ain't Collins...therefore, transition.
        Could very well be the case, and makes perfect sence, although the Brunnell addition to Washington, along with many other changes, has caused their odds of winning to skyrocket.

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        • #5
          Re: Vegas Odds

          Originally posted by BigGame
          Could very well be the case, and makes perfect sence, although the Brunnell addition to Washington, along with many other changes, has caused their odds of winning to skyrocket.
          Yea, but that probably had more to do with Portis & Gibbs for Canidate & Spurrier. Not to mention, Brunell for Ramsey is a little more stable than Warner/Manning for Collins.
          The more things change, the more they stay the same.

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          • #6
            Re: Vegas Odds

            Agreed...

            My point is that it's not only the "Bulgerites" that feel the Rams may have made the right move.

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