Jaguars, Bears, Lions Come Through Big for Bookmakers: Today's Top Bets November 19

Written by:
Tyrone Black
Published on:
Nov/19/2018

The Jaguars managing to cover a +4.5 spread after Pittsburgh scored two touchdowns to come from behind and win capped off a solid Week 11 for the bookmakers.


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Minnesota and Carolina failing to cover helped boost profits even further.

A +3 cover by the LA Rams Monday night would be icing on the cake.  Kansas City was seeing better than 75% of the early action on the spread.

Elsewhere, Duke in College Basketball and the Celtics in the NBA were seeing good one-sided betting action. 

The Blue Devils were coming in as -16 favorites and seeing nearly 88% of the early spread action against San Diego State.

The Celtics were seeing better than 90% of the early spread action at -3 versus the Charlotte Hornets.

- Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com

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