What the Bookies are Saying: Texans vs. Ravens – Latest Odds

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Nov/27/2017

Resident bookmaking expert Tony Caliente discusses Monday night’s NFL game between the Texans and Ravens.

Only the Ravens have a true shot at a post season berth here unless everything, starting tonight, suddenly goes right for Houston and wrong for everyone else in their conference.  That is highly unlikely.

The Ravens (5-5) are listed as a -7 point favorite (-7.5 some books) and seeing 72% of the betting action.  Pinnacle hasn’t moved the line off of -7.5.

We have detected an overlay here whereby this line should be at -6.

Books are going to need Baltimore bad in what will be a heavily wagered on game being that they got clobbered for a second straight week.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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