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Another good choice for Best Bet.
No. 26 Philadelphia (plus 3 1-2) at No. 10 Washington, Monday night
This one gets lots of eyeballs as RG3 returns and Chip Kelly’s Quack Attack debuts for Philly.
No. 7 Green Bay (plus 4 1-2) at No. 1 San Francisco
Are Niners a little full of themselves? Seems so, but maybe cockiness is warranted.
No. 25 Tennessee (plus 7) at No. 17 Pittsburgh
Two of 2012’s biggest flops. Steelers at home get the edge in close one.
No. 4 Atlanta (plus 3) at No. 12 New Orleans
Emotional return of coach Sean Payton mimics emotional return of Saints to Big Easy after Hurricane Katrina.
No. 2 (tie) Seattle (minus 3) at No. 23 Carolina
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