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Top Five Remaining 2009 Nfl Games

Aside from New England, the Cowboys probably pose the greatest threat to the Saints’ undefeated season.

It’s safe for NFL betting fans to say we’ve reached the stretch run of the 2009 season. If the Houston Texans make the playoffs, it’ll be by the skin of their teeth; they’ll probably find themselves in a “win to get in” situation on the last day of the season. With Thanksgiving and Christmas and bowl games and so many other things to juggle on our busy schedules over the next month, it’s a good idea to mark down the most important remaining NFL games on the calendar. We have the undefeated Saints in their rowdy Louisiana Superdome on Monday Night Football. Hosting the powerful Patriots, the Texans could give fans and sportsbook bettors a real thriller as they push to finally reach the postseason.

Sunday, January 3, 2010: NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS @ HOUSTON TEXANS

. However, the Patriots and Texans could offer something else – the biggest game in a young franchise’s history. This is a big game. The Ravens and Steelers have slipped behind the Cincinnati Bengals for now and could very well be battling for the final AFC Wildcard berth come Dec. Tom Brady, Drew Brees, Randy Moss – what more could you want?

It’s already a treat to make NFL picks for a Saturday game, so the fact that we see two contending teams clash is gravy here.

Monday, November 30: NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS @ NEW ORLEANS SAINTS

This pick probably comes as a shocker, especially when Week 17 includes Giants/Vikings, Eagles/Cowboys and possible bids for perfect seasons from Indy and New Orleans.

We have to have at least one key divisional matchup on this list and there’s perhaps none bigger than this Week 16 tilt. 27. Saturday, December 19: DALLAS COWBOYS @ NEW ORLEANS SAINTS

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Everyone’s talking this one up and for good reason.

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Sunday, December 27: BALTIMORE RAVENS @ PITTSBURGH STEELERS

Sunday, December 20: GREEN BAY PACKERS @ PITTSBURGH STEELERS

Here’s a matchup we don’t get to see enough in online betting, don’t you think? Two storied teams with gritty, smashmouth team personas going head to head. We get to see two of the game’s top defenses challenge two of the game’s top quarterbacks in Aaron Rodgers and Ben Roethlisberger. The Saints have the NFC’s best offense and the Patriots lead the AFC in scoring. Here they are, in chronological order. Tony Romo will have to shake his history of December woes to make this a game but I like his chances to do so indoors

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