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NFL Week 2 Lines 2012

NFL Week 2 lines are out and Sean & Ryan give out their ‘Lead Pipe Locks’. Plus a recap of NFL Week One, including RG III shining, the Bills’ being blown out, Eagles late game comeback and the Jaguars OT cover. Fantasy football recap from Sean & Ryan’s Week One matchup & much more. Sean and Ryan shake off their rough 1-4 start in the Super Contest. Football lines courtesy of Las Vegas Hotel Super Contest.

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NFL Week 2 Lines

NFL Week 2 Lines

 

 

NFL WEEK #2

*DENOTES HOME TEAM

PRO FOOTBALL – THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 2012

1  PACKERS*      NFL      5:20 PM       2  BEARS      +   6

PRO FOOTBALL – SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2012

3  GIANTS*      10:00 AM      4  BUCCANEERS      +   7½

5  PATRIOTS*      10:00 AM      6  CARDINALS      + 13½

7  VIKINGS      10:00 AM      8  COLTS*       +   1

9  SAINTS       10:00 AM      10 PANTHERS*      +   2½

11 BILLS*       10:00 AM      12  CHIEFS      +   3

13 EAGLES*       10:00 AM      14  RAVENS      +   2½

15  RAIDERS      10:00 AM      16 DOLPHINS*      +   2½

17 BENGALS*      10:00 AM      18  BROWNS      +   7

19  TEXANS      10:00 AM      20 JAGUARS*      +   7

21  COWBOYS      1:05 PM      22 SEAHAWKS*       +   3

23  REDSKINS      1:05 PM      24 RAMS*       +   3

25 STEELERS*      1:25 PM      26  JETS       +   6

27 CHARGERS*      1:25 PM      28  TITANS      +   6

29 49ERS*      NBC      5:25 PM       30  LIONS      +   6½

PRO FOOTBALL – MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2012

31 FALCONS*      ESPN      5:35 PM       32  BRONCOS      +   3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Sports Gambling Podcast has been giving out lead pipe locks in the world of sports since 2011. Created by Philadelphia native Sean Green and New Jersey’s own Ryan Kramer.

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