What Online Bookies Need To Know For The NFL Divisional Rounds

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Jan/11/2019

The NFL Divisional Round is here. Pay per head agents must be aware of the keys for each game. By knowing the keys for each game, agents can prepare their sportsbooks to ensure profit.

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Indianapolis at Kansas City:  Can Colts’ Defense Stay Hot?

The Colts’ defense has been scorching. Indianapolis held a very good Houston Texans’ offense to only 7 points in a fantastic 21-7 wildcard win.

If the Colts’ defense stays hot, the game against Kansas City could go under the 57 total. Since most players might bet over the total, bookies could make money by not using their layoff accounts.

Dallas at L.A. Rams:  Will Cowboys Control the Clock with Zeke?

Dallas might have the Rams’ antidote.

 Los Angeles is capable of stopping big pass plays because they can play man-to-man with both starting cornerbacks. However, the Rams aren’t great at stopping the rush because if offensive lines can block Aaron Donald, running backs can beat Los Angeles’ linebackers.

Cowboys’ running back Ezekiel Elliott is as good as it gets running between the tackles. The Cowboys could beat the Rams on the moneyline. Definitely set max betting limits on Dallas’ moneyline.

L.A. Chargers at New England: Has the Patriots Mystique Worn Off?

Most bettors favor the Chargers at +4. The Chargers’ moneyline should be hot before kickoff on Sunday because many feel the mystique surrounding the Patriots has worn off. Pay per agents should be cautious, though.

New England tends to step it up in the postseason. The Patriots could blow out the Chargers on Sunday.

Online bookies should use their layoff accounts and set max betting limits on both team’s moneylines.

Philadelphia at New Orleans: In What Shape is New Orleans’ Offensive Line?

Four starters, New Orleans battled injuries in Week 17. A week of rest might have allowed those four starters to get healthy enough to push around the Eagles’ front four.

If it didn’t, New Orleans probably won’t cover the 8-point spread.

Once again, pay per head agents should use their layoff accounts. They should also set max betting limits on both moneylines.

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