Friday, August 21, 2009

Dallas Cowboys v. Tennessee Titans Odds Open Cowboys Stadium

Cowboys Stadium hosts the Fox Sports crew and the Dallas Cowboys host the Tennessee Titans tonight. BetUs Sportsbook has the Cowboys -3 with a total of 38.5.

All Pro C Kevin Mawae remains out for Tennessee. “Intangibles” handicappers love the fact this is the first game in the gazillion dollar Cowboys Stadium.

Bob Warner of NFL betting blog says he expects an “LSU atmosphere” referring to the notoriously rowdy fans at Saturday night Bengal Tiger games. There are 1,742 tree-lined spaces for tailgaters and revelers are expected hours beforehand. Gates open five, yes five hours before kickoff. 

Titans head coach Jeff Fisher said that his starters will play one or two more series than last week. This could take them into the second quarter. Backup QB Vince Young may take some snaps with the starters.

The Cowboys starters will go at least a half. Tony Romo starts at QB and veteran journeyman Jon Kitna follows.

Dallas CBs Terence Newman and Mike Jenkins as well as WR Roy Williams are probable despite nagging injuries. FB Deon Anderson is out.

For the Titans, the following players are out: cornerback Ryan Mouton, offensive tackle David Stewart, safety Nick Schommer, linebacker Josh Stamer, wide receiver Chris Davis, and defensive tackle Jason Jones. Linebackers Stephen Tulloch and Colin Allred, and offensive lineman Doug Datish are doubtful.

Top expert pick on this game: Stevie Vincent gets out the broom last night in pro football. His highest rated play of the season was on the Indianapolis Colts, plus he adds the over. This superstar also nails Texas as a Level 5 in pro baseball.

What a betting card up for Friday. The Great One has a Level 5 side and Level 5 over/under, his first two of the NFLX season, but he also has another total. This includes the national television game side and over/under on the Titans/Cowboys. Click now to purchase


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