NFL Week 1 Odds – TV Schedule for FOX, CBS and NBC

Written by Jamal Gordon   
Wednesday, 16 July 2008 00:35

Welcome to the 2008 NFL schedule Week 1 page for all  National Football League games. This page contains all scheduled NFL Week 1 games with opening odds, times and TV schedules.

NBC will have the first nationally televised game on the NFL schedule for week 1  with the Redskins visiting the reigning Super Bowl champion Giants at 7:00pm EST on Thursday September 4th.

Then on September 7th, the rest of the NFL scheduled football games begin on Sunday with nine scheduled games at 1:00pm EST including the Jets at Miami on CBS, Chiefs at Patriots on CBS and Jaguars at Titans on CBS.

There are three 4:15pm EST games on the NFL schedule for week 1 including the Cowboys at Browns on FOX, Panthers at Chargers on FOX and Bears at Colts on NBC.

The NFL on ESPN will have both Monday night football games on the week 1 NFL schedule. The ESPN Monday Night Football games on the NFL schedule for week 1 will feature the Vikings visiting the Packers at 7:00pm EST and the Broncos visiting the Raiders at 10:15pm EST on September 8th.

Please be sure to view our live week 1 NFL odds page for game rotation number and updated week 1 odds.

NFL Schedule Week 1
Thursday, September 04
Time
TV Schedule
NFL Odds
WAS @ NYG
7:00pm EST
NBC
Giants -3.5 Total 40
Sunday, September 07
Time
TV Schedule
NFL Odds
1:00pm EST
FOX
Lions -1 Total 43
1:00pm EST
CBS
Bengals PK Total 41
1:00pm EST
FOX
Seahawks PK Total 39.5
1:00pm EST
CBS
Jets -3 Total 36
1:00pm EST
CBS
Patriots -15.5 Total 48
1:00pm EST
FOX
Saints -3 Total 43
1:00pm EST
FOX
Eagles -7 Total 45.5
HOU @ PIT
1:00pm EST
CBS
Steelers -7 Total 43.5
JAC @ TEN
1:00pm EST
CBS
Jaguars -3 Total 37
4:15pm EST
FOX
Cowboys -3 Total 48.5
4:15pm EST
FOX
Chargers -10 Total 42.5
ARI @ SF
4:15pm EST
FOX
Cardinals -2.5 Total 41.5
8:15pm EST
NBC
Colts -9.5 Total 44.5
Monday, September 08
Time
TV Schedule
NFL Odds
MIN @ GB
7:00pm EST
ESPN
Packers -3 Total 38.5
DEN @ OAK
10:15pm EST
ESPN
Broncos -1 Total 41.5
Byes: None


Week 1 NFL odds are starting to become available at various sportsbooks. When betting early NFL scheduled Week 1 odds, take advantage of early point spreads that already have a clear favorite. Spotting an early NFL week 1 line on a favorite that the public will bet heavily on will ensure the possibility of middling that game. As the NFL week 1 grows closer, the favorite will receive more wagers drawing the original line up. When this happens, you will have the advantage of betting on opposite NFL week 1 teams with serious marginal point spreads which is also known as “Middling”.

Middling NFL Week 1 Games

For the Bears vs. Colts NFL Week 1 game at 8:15pm EST on NBC, betting the Colts now at -9.5 and then betting on the Bears +12 just before NFL week 1 begins.

NFL Week 1 odds offer plenty of games to parlay which will leave you with numerous options for week 1 NFL betting. Usually a parlay consists of only two teams but many sportsbooks have changed that now offering parlays on up to 15 different teams. When betting parlays for NFL week 1 games, you will have the power to decide if you want to bet on multiple teams with either the side or the total. A parlay bet for NFL week 1 games will pay out handsome odds but remember all your selected teams must win. If one of your NFL picks loses for week1, you lose the whole parlay.

NFL Week 1 Parlays

Lets say you wanted to parlay all the point spreads for the 4:15pm EST games on the NFL Week 1 schedule for $100 dollars. Your NFL week 1 parlay would look something like this.

Risk: $100 / Win: $600
Cowboys -3
Chargers -10
Cardinals -2.5
*all teams must win

Last Updated on Thursday, 13 November 2008 22:18
 

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