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2011 Week 5 NFL Betting Odds

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Oct/09/2011
2011 Week 5 NFL Betting Odds

2011 Week 5 NFL betting odds were available from BetDSI.com, offering mobile betting, live in-progress wagering and up to 20 percent cash on an initial deposit.

One of the more fluid lines was on the Bengals-Jaguars game.  After opening at -1 in favor of Jacksonville, the line has since alternated to -2.5 in favor of the visiting Bengals.  Some books were still offering close to even odds.  85 percent of the spread betting action was going Cincinnati’s way.

Kansas City vs. Indianapolis featured a line of -2 for the Colts and they were getting around 75 percent of the action on the spread.

Minnesota was at -3 hosting Arizona with 65 percent of the spread betting action.

 

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75 percent of the public betting on the Philadelphia Eagles vs. Buffalo Bills game were backing Philadelphia as a -2.5 road fav.

Oakland vs. Houston was seeing a line of -5 for the Texans and 65 percent of the spread action.

70 percent of those betting the Saints-Panthers game were backing New Orleans as a -6.5 road favorite. 

Pittsburgh was a -3 home favorite against Tennessee.

The New York Giants were at -9.5 hosting Seattle.  They were getting 75 percent of the betting action on the spread.

The 49ers were a -3 point favorite against Tampa Bay at home.

The New York Jets were a +7.5 road dog in New England with 60 percent of the spread backing.

San Diego was a -6 point favorite on the road in Denver and getting 75 percent of the public backing.

Green Bay was a -4 point favorite in Atlanta getting 75 percent of the public backing as one of only two undefeated teams remaining (Detroit being the other).

Detroit was a -6 home favorite against Chicago Monday night. 

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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