Sports-Odds.com is issuing a NFL Betting Odds Alert at 4:20 PM EST on Friday August 20th, 2010 for the 2010 NFL Preseason Week 2 clash between the Cowboys vs Chargers. The opening NFL betting odds had the San Diego Chargers -1½ (-110 odds) at home against the Dallas Cowboys. Currently, the best NFL betting odds to bet the Chargers is at BODOG.com, you can get San Diego -3 (-110 odds). The best NFL betting odds to bet the Cowboys is at SPORTSBOOK.com, you can get Dallas +3 (-110 odds).
"He's doing great,'' offensive coordinator Jason Garrett said of WR Roy Williams. "He had a real good day yesterday. He had one of the best days he's had here. He made a number of plays. He caught a ball up the sideline he had to stretch out for. He made some plays in the middle of the field. He's playing quick, he's playing fast, he's playing with confidence. He and Tony are getting more and more on the same page with different things, making adjustments together. He's done a nice job. You can see some improvement in the plays he's making.''
The opening NFL betting odds on the Cowboys vs Chargers TOTAL was 36 ½ points. The best place to bet the OVER is BETUS.com, you can get Dallas vs San Diego OVER 35 points. The best place to bet the UNDER is at SBGGLOBAL.com, you can get the Cowboys vs Chargers UNDER 36 points.
"No question," said coach Norv Turner. "I think some people think I'm crazy, but this can be the best team I've coached here and the best team Philip Rivers has been on and Shaun Phillips has been on and Quentin Jammer has been on because we've gotten better. And that is because of bigger, faster, stronger. We have a lot of guys who have been here and who are better players today than they were a year ago at this time."
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