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Seahawks vs. Bears Line Extremely Fluid

Written by:
Tyrone Black
Published on:
Oct/14/2010
Seahawks vs. Bears

The Seahawks vs. Bears line was among the most unstable of Week 6.  Gambling911.com has monitored three different lines on this game including Chicago -6, -6.5 and -7.  The Bears were getting just over 75 percent of the betting action in this game.  Even the Total line has been fluid.

A look at the line history from the Vegas Hilton revealed the following movements:

 

10/11/10 8:34:34 AM         -6.5/-110 (Open)         OFF

10/11/10 2:04:33 PM         -6.5/-110         40 -110 (Open)

10/11/10 2:44:33 PM         -7/-110         40 -110

10/12/10 6:14:35 PM         -7/-110         37.5 -110

10/13/10 12:04:34 PM         -6.5/-110         37.5 -110

10/13/10 2:14:35 PM         -6.5/-110         38 -110

10/14/10 10:34:35 AM         -6/-110

 

The Seahawks vs. Bears line at BetED.com, an online sportsbook, hasn’t fluctuated as wildly, but has gradually moved downwards.

 

10/12/10 8:10:09 PM         -7/-110 (Open)         37 -110 (Open)

10/13/10 11:10:10 AM         -6.5/-110         37 -110

10/13/10 2:00:10 PM         -6.5/-110         37.5 -110

10/13/10 8:20:10 PM         -6/-110         37.5 -110

10/14/10 7:20:09 AM         -6/-105         37.5 -110

10/14/10 7:30:09 AM         -6/-110

 

Seattle has played horribly on the road.  They are only 16-34-1 ATS in their last 51 road games, 8-21-1 ATS in their last 30 games as a road underdog and 0-7 ATS in their last 7 games on grass.

Another troublesome stat for the Seahawks: They are 1-10 ATS in their last 11 road games vs. a team with a winning home record.

After a bye week they are just 5-16 ATS since 1992.

One of the more interesting, but probably meaningless stats, that goes against the Bears is that they are 2-12 ATS in their last 14 games in Week 6.

Jay Cutler has been upgraded to probable in this game. – Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com

 

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