Most Bet on Sides - Monday December 10

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Dec/10/2018

Today's focus is all on Monday Night Football and the Vikings vs. Seahawks with Seattle seeing 60 to 65% of the action at home.


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The line on this game has moved from Seattle -3.5 to -3.  Books had the number at -3.5 midweek while Westgate in Vegas still had it there.  Books have a pretty strong opinion on Minnesota covering in this one

It's interesting to note that Sagarin suggests a line of -4.5 to -5 Seattle.

The Kings in the NBA were seeing some lopsided early action at 88% as a -2 road favorite in Chicago.

The Nuggets were seeing mostly lopsided action at home against Memphis as a -2 favorite.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

 

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