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2011 NFL Week 3 Betting Odds

Written by:
Dan Shapiro
Published on:
Sep/20/2011
2011 NFL Week 3 Betting Odds

Bookmaker has released its 2011 NFL Week 3 betting odds.  Some games have already witnessed fairly aggressive line moves over the past 48 hours.

The San Francisco 49ers vs. Cincinnati Bengals game, for example, opened as a pick’em and has since jumped all the way to -3 in favor of Cincinnati. 
The Dolphins-Browns game odds have dropped from -2.5 in favor of Cleveland down to -1.5 at some online sportsbooks.

The Broncos vs. Titans game has witnessed one of the biggest moves over these past 48 hours with Tennessee initially opening as a -4.5 home favorite.  Some books have already moved this number up to -8 after their huge win over the Baltimore Ravens Sunday. 

All of this week’s betting odds appear below.

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NFL - Sep 25 

NFL - WEEK 3 (REGULAR SEASON) SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 25TH

10:00 AM

SAN FRANCISCO

+3-120

o40½-110

+130

CINCINNATI

-3EV

u40½-110

-150

 

10:00 AM

NEW ENGLAND

-7½-110

o54-110

-375

BUFFALO

+7½-110

u54-110

+315

 

10:00 AM

HOUSTON

+4-110

o53½-110

+170

NEW ORLEANS

-4-110

u53½-110

-200

 

10:00 AM

NY GIANTS

-

-

-

PHILADELPHIA

-

-

-

 

10:00 AM

MIAMI

+2½-110

o41-110

+120

CLEVELAND

-2½-110

u41-110

-140

 

10:00 AM

DENVER

+7-110

o41½-110

+280

TENNESSEE

-7-110

u41½-110

-330

 

10:00 AM

DETROIT

-3-130

o45-110

-195

MINNESOTA

+3+110

u45-110

+165

 

10:00 AM

JACKSONVILLE

+3+110

o42½-110

+160

CAROLINA

-3-130

u42½-110

-190

 

1:05 PM

KANSAS CITY

+15-110

o45½-110

+700

SAN DIEGO

-15-110

u45½-110

-1000

 

1:05 PM

NY JETS

-3-130

o41-110

-200

OAKLAND

+3+110

u41-110

+170

 

1:05 PM

BALTIMORE

-4-110

o41-110

-210

ST. LOUIS

+4-110

u41-110

+180

 

1:15 PM

ATLANTA

+2-110

o46-110

+110

TAMPA BAY

-2-110

u46-110

-130

 

1:15 PM

ARIZONA

-3-130

o42½-110

-200

SEATTLE

+3+110

u42½-110

+170

 

1:15 PM

GREEN BAY

-3-130

o46-110

-190

CHICAGO

+3+110

u46-110

+160

 

5:25 PM

PITTSBURGH

-10½-110

o39-110

-525

INDIANAPOLIS

+10½-110

u39-110

+425

 

 

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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