We at www.CasinoReview.org are getting just a tiny bit antsy for the weekend already. That could be a good thing, considering that the weekend starts tomorrow or, adversely a long few days’ wait until the first NFL playoff! Nonetheless, the wait for this writer cannot be contained any longer and a trip to a place a few wagers on a couple of our featured sportsbooks is a necessary diversion, even if it only subdues the anticipation for a short while. One of the bigger questions of the NFL weekend would definitely have to address the weather in Chicago, and the upcoming playing conditions. Checking out the forecast predicted at www.weatherchannel.com for Sunday at Soldier Field, it appears that, yes, it will be cold however, only a slight chance for snow following a few colder, sunnier days. While the New Orleans Saints are definitely unaccustomed to adverse weather conditions, I’m sure it would be most welcome to any Bears fan if Mother Nature brought her wrath down to Chi-town just in time for the game.
Since the New Orleans Saints come into cold, hostile territory it is no surprise that they are the underdogs for this match-up across the board on all of our featured sportsbooks listed on www.CasinoReview.org. Nonetheless, the Saints should have momentum on their side (as Chicago just barely squeaked by my mediocre Seahawks), which is why this writer is reluctant to bet against them. For a compromise, I have gone over to www.Playersonly.com and taken the Saints on the line with a 3 point cushion. I am predicting the Saints will win this game outright, but a little insurance never hurt anyone. By the end of the game it will all come down to the contributions of the quarterbacks and the running game. Deuce McAllister, Reggie Bush, and Drew Brees just seem to be a more favorable wager in this light, especially when compared to the shaky play of Rex Grossman, even with the help of Thomas Jones and Cedric Benson in the backfield.
The Colts vs. the Patriots is going to be a straight up good game, and a tough wager to make for anyone. After watching the talking heads on the ‘tube, listening to the opinion writers on the internet, and even hearing the guy from the office in the row over talk about this game and who will win made me realize that a coin flip could be a good decision for wagering on this game. So to make for true 50-50 chance, I went to www.Sportsbook.com, flipped a quarter tails (which was for the Pats) and took New England to win on a straight money bet. It’s going to be a great game either way and definitely worth 20 bucks. While I certainly don’t advise making coin flips for wagers, make sure to place your bets for Sunday’s games in one of our featured sportsbooks. We at www.CasinoReview.org wish you the best of luck, and hope you have a happy Friday!