Books Get Crushed in Week 1: All Games More Action Than NBA

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Dave Mason of BetOnline reports that every single NFL matchup, even those showing late, as well as the Monday Night Football game, had more betting action than Sunday's poorly scheduled Clippers-Nuggets Game 6.  This one was the least wagered on Playoffs game thus far.  Denver managed to extend this series into Tuesday.  

The books got crushed with Buffalo covering against the Jets.  This was the biggest exposure.  The Bills won by ten points.  The spread was -6.5.

82% of those betting the Jets-Bills game were backing Buffalo.

76% of those wagering on the Dolphins-Patriots game were backing New England on the spread.  That was another cover with a line of -7 and win by ten.

Baltimore beating Cleveland was another bookie killer.

The books did enjoy a bit of a win with Jacksonville upsetting Indianapolis.

Gamblers were also backing the losing Panthers.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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