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Other existing offers from FanDuel

FanDuel NJ Sportsbook always has plenty of other offers and promotions, which are constantly changing, so be sure to check back often. Here are a few of the promos currently available at the FanDuel sportsbook.

Bet the Ringer Parlay of the Day

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College Football No Sweat Bet

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Super Bowl Win Bonus

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NFL Week 1 Best Bets

Sure, the NFL preseason is a nice warm-up for what’s ahead, but as of Sept. 8, the starters will be back, and the season will kick off in earnest. That means plenty of big-time opportunities to put your funds to use at all of the NJ online sportsbooks.

Week 1 is loaded with marquee games, including a possible Super Bowl preview of the Buffalo Bills and Los Angeles Rams, Russell Wilson’s return to Seattle, and a Sunday night showdown between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Dallas Cowboys in Big D. Here are a couple of the week’s best bets.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-1.5) at Dallas Cowboys Sunday, Sept. 11, 8:20 p.m. ET

Both of these teams are favored to win their divisions this year, but the Dallas Cowboys’ outlook seems to be getting more precarious by the minute.

The team is decimated at the receiver position after losing Amari Cooper to the Browns and James Washington and Michael Gallup to injury. CeeDee Lamb is the only one holding down the fort, and even he is banged up at the moment. Worse yet, the Cowboys just lost their future Hall of Famer left tackle Tyron Smith to injury, leaving QB Dak Prescott’s blind side in question.

The Buccaneers have problems of their own on the offensive line, but they also have the great equalizer in QB Tom Brady. Tampa still has a dominant D and shouldn’t have a problem shutting down a Dallas team that is lacking firepower at the moment. Betting on TB12 is usually a good idea, and it’s especially good against a Cowboys team that is in trouble right now.

Denver Broncos (-6.5) at Seattle Seahawks Monday, Sept. 12, 8:15 p.m. ET

Lumen Field will be rocking for QB Russell Wilson’s return to Seattle for the season’s first Monday night game. With the addition of Wilson, the Broncos are now Super Bowl contenders, while the Seahawks will likely be contenders for the top overall pick in next year’s draft.

It’s going to be ugly for the Hawks this year with Geno Smith at quarterback and a defense that didn’t prove they could stop anyone last season. Meanwhile, Denver added the missing ingredient to a team that is ready to win now. Wilson is going to remind the Seahawks of what they lost, and you can expect a beatdown by the Broncos in Week 1.

The line for this game started at -5 but has been pushed to -6.5 as money continues to flood in on the Broncos. Denver is 5-1 in its last six games against the spread (ATS) in September. Expect that trend to continue and take the Broncos to cover.

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