..

No Treats for Bookmakers as Chiefs Deliver Final Nail in the Coffin

Written by:
Guest
Published on:
Oct/31/2017

Bookmakers continued to be spooked this Halloween weekend with Monday Night Football.  The Kansas City Chiefs were a -7 to -7.5 favorite versus the Denver Broncos and won by 10 points with over 60% of the betting action.

Dave Mason of BetOnline.ag called it one of the worst weekends for the books so far this season, while congratulating the sports betting public on a job well done.

Penn State may have lost outright against Ohio State in the final minutes of play Saturday but they still managed to cover and were around the most wagered on side of the season.

Oklahoma State was another heavily bet on side that also pulled through in College Football.

Covers by Minnesota, Dallas and Pittsburgh in the NFL didn’t help matters. 

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

Football News News

Green Bay Packers vs. New Orleans Saints Bookie Line Analysis

Green Bay Packers vs. New Orleans Saints Bookie Line Analysis

Gambling911.com looks at ways to minimize exposure for local bookies taking action on the Packers-Seahawks game Sunday.   A well run Pay Per Head solution can adjust lines accordingly.

Las Vegas Raiders vs. New England Patriots Bookie Line Analysis

Las Vegas Raiders vs. New England Patriots Bookie Line Analysis

Gambling911.com looks at ways to minimize exposure for local bookies taking action on the Raiders-Patriots game Sunday.

Tennessee Titans vs. Minnesota Vikings Week 3 Betting Odds, Prop Bets

Tennessee Titans vs. Minnesota Vikings Week 3 Betting Odds, Prop Bets

The Tennessee Titans vs. Minnesota Vikings line was coming in at Titans -3 in Minnesota.

Washington Football Team vs. Cleveland Browns Week 3 Betting Odds, Prop Bets

Washington Football Team vs. Cleveland Browns Week 3 Betting Odds, Prop Bets

The Washington Football Team vs. Cleveland Browns game featured a line of -7.5 Browns.

Louisville Cardinals at Pittsburgh Panthers Betting: Pitt Gets Off to 3-0 Start

Louisville Cardinals at Pittsburgh Panthers Betting: Pitt Gets Off to 3-0 Start

For the second week in a row, the No. 24 Louisville Cardinals played a ranked matchup as they faced the No. 21 Pittsburgh Panthers on the road.  And for the second straight week, they managed to lose. Ahead of this game, the Cardinals dropped six spots after losing at home to then-No. 17 Miami by 13 in their ACC opener last Saturday.  The Cards lost to Pittsburgh 20-23.

Syndicate