NFL Betting: Sharp Money on the Miami Dolphins against Brett Favre and the Packers

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Despite terrorist threat, movement in the NFL Betting Odds this week reveal professional bettors favor the Miami Dolphins over the Green Bay Packers.

NFL Expert and NFL Playboy Feature Lisa Perry of, the premier provider of sports data, information, and analysis to the betting community, discusses this weekend's key NFL football match up between the Miami Dolphins and the Green Bay Packers with CEO Thomas Jensen. will have full coverage of NFL Betting for Week 7 including the recent terrorist threats targeting NFL Stadiums with radiological dirty bombs.

The team lends an insight into what to look out for when researching for NFL predictions, as well as where the "public's" money is going when the Green Bay Packers travel to Dolphins Stadium to play Miami.

"We saw the opening line on the Miami Dolphins vs. Green Bay Packers go from the Dolphins -4 to -5.5 currently on the Live Odds Feed located on our site at: " stated Jensen.

"Inconsistency has played a major roll for Miami's problems" stated NFL Expert and NFL Playboy Feature Lisa Perry. "I don't believe that Green Bay will walk away with a win. I truly believe a bye week does not help every NFL team. Any team playing the way the Packers are needs to keep playing week in and week out to get out of the slump. The Dolphins with home field advantage and having a tough defense led by Jason Taylor seems like the right play" Perry concluded.

"The professionals clearly believe the Dolphins will cover as a home favorite. Miami needs the win and Joey Harrington should feel more comfortable at home after losing his first two as a starter on the road in New England and at the Meadowlands last week. Let's just hope that the terror threat about dirty bombs going off at NFL Stadiums is just a sick joke" commented Jensen.

Last Thursday a website claimed that seven NFL stadiums will be hit with radiological dirty bombs on Sunday. The internet conversation "New Attack on America Be Afraid" mentioned that seven NFL stadiums including Miami, New York, Seattle, Atlanta, Cleveland, Oakland and Houston were all named.

The Department of Homeland Security alerted authorities and stadium owners in those cities, as well as the NFL but stated that they are looking at this threat "with strong skepticism." Homeland Security spokesman Russ Knocke stated "The department strongly encourages the public to continue to go about their plans, including attending events that involve large public gatherings such as football games," he said.

The Game will be played at Dolphin Stadium on Sunday October 22, 2006.

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