Week 9 NFL was a Bloodbath for the Books - Titans Save the Day a Bit

Written by:
Jagajeet Chiba
Published on:
Nov/05/2018

Week 9 NFL was the worst ever for the books!

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From Dave Mason of BetOnline:

Final numbers are in. Public enjoyed their most profitable day in the history of the company yesterday by far - not even close. Congrats. Cant wait to sweat that Falcons (-4) at Browns game next week.

BetOnline and other books were looking for your donations.  In other words, take all your winnings from this weekend and throw them at the Monday Night Football game between the Titans and Cowboys.

The books had a chance at winning some of that money back or they could have had salt thrown on their wounds.  Action was lopsided on this game.

Dallas was seeing 65% of the action on the -5 spread and close to 90% of the money line action priced at -230.  Needless-to-say, books were cheering on the Titans in a very big way Monday night and they ended up winning outright.

BetOnline even moved to -4.  Dave Mason reports bettors still won out on the OVER 40 though.  Our pick was on the Titans as noted below.  Only the results of this piece were updated.

We will be all over the Titans here

- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

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