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2011 NFL Playoffs Odds See Nominal Movement

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Jan/19/2011
2011 NFL Playoffs Odds

The 2011 NFL Playoffs odds for both Conference Championship games opened with lines of -3.5. 

The Green Bay Packers were road favorites vs. Chicago while the Steelers were -3.5 home favorites facing the New York Jets.

The line on the Packers-Bears game has moved only a half point downward at a few of the online sportsbooks.  Still, nearly 80 percent of the spread betting action was on Green Bay.

The Jets-Steelers game has seen the line move a half point in either direction.  The betting action on this game was not nearly as lopsided however with just shy of 65 percent of those backing the spread on Pittsburgh.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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