Top

Nfl Week 4

October 1, 2011 by staff 

Nfl Week 4Nfl Week 4, NFL Week four Detroit Lions vs Dallas Cowboys game kickoff at 1:00 pm ET Cowboys Stadium in Dallas on Sunday and will have to tune in to FOX to see Cowboys vs Lions live. Betting NFL veteran Rob Davies was 9-7 last week in the plays his handicap and once again breaks the spread to give us your pick Lions vs. Cowboys.
This is a nice game and I think NFC is very difficult to call. Detroit still on the road after his stunning victory in the Old Testament in Minnesota last week, while Dallas will stay home, but I find it hard to give the Lions the points to a middle, and good luck to anyone want to take your hard-earned here. As I wrote in my power to score earlier this week, Dallas will not be able to ride on the back of Tony Romo all season, despite the silence its many critics, after two passes in a row bold.

He came through a defense against Washington last week that he is not afraid to take the quarterback, but D Detroit ranks ten points above them at this time (sixth) and the Cowboys are known to have been to get a game Sunday night. I love Detroit this season and would love to see a way forward in January, but I worry that they stay on the road after an emotional victory last week so my advice is to take the points as you can.

Detroit is 3-0 is new territory for them and the prospect of them going 4-0 in the backyard of the United States team played a role? Yes, the legendary cowboys who have nicknamed them, but you better believe that America neutral (it’s not the most powerful all-time oxymoron?) Matt Stafford will be willing and cooperation. to maintain their passing game scoring more than a week. Yes, I give the Cowboys half-point and that is my acceptance of money on the counter logic, but I have a hunch that they will cover giving up 1.5 points.

Report to Team

_________________________________________
Please feel free to send if you have any questions regarding this post , you can contact on

usspost@gmail.com

Disclaimer: The views expressed on this site are that of the authors and not necessarily that of U.S.S.POST.

Comments

Comments are closed.

Bottom