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Sports Interaction’s betting analyst Al Dannity breaks down this week’s big games in the NFL.

The Colts and Patriots renew their rivalry this Sunday with Bill Belichick looking to avenge last season’s defeat. Indianapolis and New England both look certain to make the playoffs yet again this season, despite having some major holes. The Colts have seen most of their offensive weapons go down with injury over the opening half of the season, leaving Peyton Manning to work miracles with the scrubs. This Sunday he might be able to make them look like superstars against the Patriots’ secondary. New England have big problems on defense, despite their 7-2 record, particular when it comes to stopping the pass. I expect a high scoring game on Sunday, with the over of +50.5 looking particularly tempting. In a shootout you should always look to the best gunslinger in the business. Right now that’s Peyton Manning. Bet on the Indianapolis Colts as +3.0 underdogs and win big with Sports Interaction.

Sunday Night Football sees the Giants and Eagles meet in a NFC East battle. Both teams are tied with 6-3 records and there will be little to separate them on the field this Sunday. This game will come down to New York’s ability to stop Michael Vick. The Eagles’ quarterback lit up the Redskins’ defense on Monday night but he will feel a lot more pressure this weekend. Vick has become a smarter quarterback in 2010 and I like him to do enough to deliver a win on Sunday. Bet on the Philadelphia Eagles as -3.0 favorites and win big with Sports Interaction.

Monday Night Football offers the San Diego Chargers a shot at redemption. Despite being flat-out awful for most of the first half of the year, San Diego are just a game outside of first place in the AFC West. The Chargers host the Denver Broncos on Monday, who come into this game fresh of a stomping of the Chiefs. The whole division is ready to explode and Phillip Rivers is the man ready to light the match. The San Diego quarterback has played at a MVP level all year long and now he could potentially move them to the top of the division. I like Rivers to light it up on primetime and lead the Chargers to a big win. Bet on the San Diego Chargers as -10.0 favorites with Sports Interaction.

While the Chargers are on the verge of redemption, the Vikings’ are just one loss away from being effectively out of the playoff race for 2010. Defeat at home to Green Bay on Sunday would leave Minnesota four games behind the Packers in the NFC North. With Brett Favre slumping yet again and the players having lost faith in Brad Childress, there’s little reason to think they can pull the upset on Sunday. I like a well-rested Green Bay to win comfortably. Bet on the Green Bay Packers to win as -3.0 favorites with Sports Interaction.

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