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Sports Interactionís betting analyst Al Dannity breaks down this weekendís big games in the NFL.

Finally, the torture is over for Wade Phillips. After getting his pink slip on Monday, he no longer has to worry about the fortunes of the Dallas Cowboys. Unfortunately Cowboys fans still do and a nationally televised trip to New Meadowlands Stadium is not a fun way to start the Jason Garrett era. The New York Giants own the NFC East right now; they might soon own the NFC as a whole. Offensively, there are few teams in the NFL that can compete with the Giants. When it comes to defense, there are no teams in the NFC playing at the Giantsí level. As with most Cowboysí games these days, this could get ugly quickly. Bet on the New York Giants as -14.0 favorites with Sports Interaction.

The Vikings are doing just enough to stay relevant in the hunt for the NFL playoffs but they face another do or die game this Sunday. Minnesota travel to Chicago to take on the Bears, another outside bet for the post-season. With Green Bay on a bye week, these two teams have a chance to close the gap at the top of the NFC North. The Bears currently hold a two game lead over Minnesota but donít read too much into that. Chicago have huge problems on offense, with their offensive line proving simply incapable of protecting the quarterback or opening up holes for the run game. Chicagoís record is padded with wins over some of the worst teams in the NFL. The Vikings arenít Super Bowl contenders but they arenít that bad. Bet on Minnesota as -1.0 favorites to win big with Sports Interaction.

Sunday Night Football sees the Steelers play their third straight game in primetime. This week itís the turn of the Patriots to take on Americaís most-watched team. New England could do with some time away from the cameras after last weekís sorry showing in Cleveland. After riding their luck for two months, the Patriotsí secondary finally cost New England a game. Donít expect that to be the last time that happens this season. New Englandís defense as a whole is poor but its secondary is another level of bad. Thatís bad news when faced with a quarterback as versatile as Ben Roethlisberger. Bet on the Pittsburgh Steelers as -4.5 favorites to win big with Sports Interaction.

Monday Night Football brings together the Eagles and Redskins at FedEx Field. Philadelphia have a healthy Michael Vick back to try and gain some revenge after Washington won in the Linc earlier this season. Vick was injured in that game but is back to full fitness and ready to rumble with Donovan McNabb. All is not well in D.C. between McNabb and head coach Mike Shanahan. After being benched for Rex Grossmann two weeks ago, McNabb is not the confident player with a point to prove that beat the Eagles. His mood should get worse after Monday. I like Michael Vick to dominate this game. Bet on the Philadelphia Eagles as -3.0 favorites with Sports Interaction.

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