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    We have posted a new sports article as Sports Interaction betting analyst Al Dannity breaks down the divisional races in the AFC. You can grab a copy of the article with your links by logging into your affiliate account at

    AFC Preview

    With the 2010 NFL season just around the corner, Sports Interaction betting analyst Al Dannity breaks down the divisional races in the AFC.

    The AFC West promises yet more dominance from San Diego in 2010. LaDainian Tomlinson might be gone, along with Antonio Cromartie, but these Bolts are younger, tougher, and ready to dominate. It helps that the Chargers are in the AFCís weakest division. Denver enters 2010 without Brandon Marshall and is very much in a rebuilding phase, with Tim Tebow expected to only appear in situational play during his rookie year. Oakland will be better but the Raiders still have too little to offer on offense to cause any real problems for San Diego. Kansas City will also look better in 2010 but this is another team with too many holes to challenge the Chargers. Bet on the San Diego Chargers at -400 to win the AFC West and win big with Sports Interaction.

    The Indianapolis Colts have their work cut out in 2010 if they are to retain control of the AFC South. Tennessee looks set to take some big steps forward with a rejuvenated Vince Young under center. Houston meanwhile has no shortage of weapons on offense and finally has the defense required to push the Colts all the way. Even Jacksonville will prove a handful on its day in the NFLís deepest division. For all the promise of these three franchises, I just canít look past the team that has Peyton Manning under center. Take the Colts at -217 to win the AFC South and win big with Sports Interaction.

    The AFC North should provide a compelling battle between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Baltimore Ravens. Both teams have beefed up their receiving talents in 2010 in order to make the best use of their big-armed quarterbacks. This is bad news for Cleveland which is stuck with Jake Delhomme to guide them through a division loaded with gunslingers. Pittsburgh will have to get by without its big arm at the start of the season as Ben Roethlisberger will miss at least the first four games through suspension. Without Big Ben early on, it will be tough for Pittsburgh to contend. I like the Ravens to stand tall at the end of the season, winning the AFC North at -139 with Sports Interaction.

    Finally we come to the AFC East. Miami made a big move bringing in Brandon Marshall. New England stayed clear of any big trades or free agency signings, while Buffalo had trouble attracting anyone. As for the Jets? They were the most active team in off-season trading and look set to prosper in 2010. The bulk of the team that rumbled to the AFC Championship game last season is back and with some new faces this team can expect more success in 2010. Take the New York Jets at +125 to win the AFC East and win big with Sports Interaction.

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    Good preview. Looking forward to the start of regular season!
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