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Panthers, Saints and Titans Most Bet On Sides – Week 7 NFL

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Oct/22/2017

Who the books will be betting on: The Bears, Packers and Browns, that’s who!  And considering how well they’ve been doing this season, we suggest you back these three teams as well.

Carolina was coming in with 75% of the betting action against Chicago as a -3 road favorite.

The surging New Orleans Saints were coming into Green Bay as a -3.5 road favorite due to Aaron Rodgers injury.  The books have shifted this line a whole 7 points based on Rodgers absence.

Tennessee was now seeing 77% of the action though they’ve been knocked into the 3rd spot as the betting volume is less than that of Carolina and New Orleans. 

The Packers are likely to cover here as bookmakers continue to encourage wagering action on New Orleans. 

The Bears should also cover the spread as bookmakers encourage action on Carolina.

Tennessee is a bit of a different story as the line has moved from -5.5 to -6.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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