Most Wagered On Sides - December 7

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Dec/07/2018

Yesterday was a day of mostly balanced action and the game that saw lopsided betting - Thursday Night Football - had the books following the public.


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Books only took a slight hit on the Titans thrashing of Jacksonville. 

Most of the heavy lopsided betting action Friday was on upcoming weekend games, primarily in the NFL.

The Navy@Army game was certainly getting decent action, much of that coming in on Army at around 75%.

With Army the favorite and the line moving from -7 to -6.5, this indicates a potential opinion on Navy covering.

The NFL is a mixed bag but keep your eyes on the Bears.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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