Bad Day for Books: Lose Across the Board Week 11 NFL

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Nov/20/2016

The books lost all the major lopsided NFL games Sunday and continue to lose to the Cowboys, who have now covered nine straight.

While Dallas has become a public favorite – and with good reason all things considered – their game versus the Ravens was relatively balanced.

The two daggers came from Pittsburgh covering an 8 to 10-point spread in Cleveland with a 15 point win and New England beating San Francisco on the road 30-17.  Some of those who bet the Pats earlier in the week lost with a line of -13.5 to -14. 

The Rams looked as if they were going to help the books out until Miami closed with a 4-point win.  The Dolphins hadn’t scored until middle of the 4th quarter.  Miami closed as a -2 favorite with LA opening as the -1 favorite. 

Seattle was also seeing heavy action as a -6.5 home favorite and covered against Philadelphia.

Elsewhere the Giants did help the books out a bit by failing to cover a 7 point margin with their six-point win over Chicago. 

- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

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