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NFL Week 3 Lines 2012

NFL Week 3 lines are debated on the latest edition of the Sports Gambling Podcast. Sean and Ryan are licking their wounds after a rough start, but believe they have some great angles on games this week. Will the home dog trend continue? Who will rebound in Ravens vs Patriots? Will the Cardinals go 3-0? Plus a little fantasy football advice and an update of Ryan vs. his girlfriend in their fantasy league. Football lines courtesy of Las Vegas Hotel Super Contest.

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Week 3 NFL Lines

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NFL Week 3 Lines

1  GIANTS      NFL      5:20 PM      2  PANTHERS*      PK

PRO FOOTBALL – SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 2012

3  BEARS*      10:00 AM      4  RAMS      +   7½

5  COWBOYS*      10:00 AM      6  BUCCANEERS      +   7

7  49ERS       10:00 AM      8  VIKINGS*     +   7

9  LIONS       10:00 AM      10  TITANS*     +   3½

11  REDSKINS*      10:00 AM      12  BENGALS     +   3½

13  JETS       10:00 AM      14  DOLPHINS*     +   3

15  SAINTS*      10:00 AM      16  CHIEFS     +   8½

17  BILLS       10:00 AM      18  BROWNS*     +   3

19  COLTS*      10:00 AM      20  JAGUARS      +   3

21  EAGLES      1:05 PM      22  CARDINALS*     +   4

23  CHARGERS*      1:05 PM      24  FALCONS     +   3½

25  TEXANS      1:25 PM      26  BRONCOS*     +   2½

27  STEELERS      1:25 PM      28  RAIDERS*     +   4

29  RAVENS*      NBC      5:25 PM      30  PATRIOTS      +   3

PRO FOOTBALL – MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2012

31  PACKERS      ESPN      5:35 PM      32  SEAHAWKS*      +   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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