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Some Very Lopsided Betting in the NFL This Week

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Dec/05/2021

Bookies will be sweating a few sides this week.

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These include the Vikings -7 (63%) in their game against Detroit, Cardinals -7.5 (74%) in their game against the Bears, Bucs -11 (77%) in their game against the Falcons, Colts -10 (92%) in their game against the Texans and Dolphins (89%) in their game against the Giants.

Miami is a shocking -14 point home favorite against the Giants.

Daniel Jones has been ruled out of Sunday’s game at Miami with a bum neck.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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