Gambling and Sports Betting News Wire - September 15, 2019

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C Costigan
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Here are today's headlines in the world of gambling and sports betting as they happen - Sunday September 15, 2019.

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Books Want Raiders, Saints

The Chiefs were seeing heavy action at 64% while the Rams had around 75% of the backing.  With more volume on KC, they were the bigger of the two late plays.

This line has come down a half point from either 7.5 to 7 or 7 to 6.5 depending on the book.  The Chiefs are favored.

The line on the Saints has come down -3 to -2.

Gambling911.com is on the Raiders +7 and Saints +2 for the late games.

Closing Lines NFL Week 2

Books Need Redskins Bad

Gambling911.com has found that, on average, books were reporting around 78% of the spread action on Dallas.

Another heavily wagered on side for Week 2 was the Buffalo Bills moneyline at 85% backing.  The moneyline has hovered between -120 and -125.

The Patriots had around 61% of the public love as a -18.5 favorite versus Miami. 

The Steelers were seeing 68% of the spread action as a -3.5 home favorite versus Seattle.  We have seen books move to -4 during the week but back down to -3.5.

With books bringing the Cowboys line down to -5 from -7, Gambling911.com will today be on the Redskins +6, who played well last week and have been competitive against Dallas in some recent head-to-heads.

Our Free Picks Record September 15

2019 NFL Record: 0-1 (0%)

2019 College Football Record: 2-1 (66.6%)

2019 MLB Record: 26-18-2 (59%) - No Plays Over -160

2018-19 College Basketball Record: 12-9 (57.1%)

2018-19 NBA Record: 7-5 (58%)

2018 MLB Record: 45-35 (56.2%)

2018 NBA Record: 12-4-1 (75%)

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