NFL betting market watch - Winter weather coming, Patriots-Bills total dropping

Winter weather condition remains in the projection for the Patriots-Bills face-off in Buffalo on Monday Night Football.

Midweek projections were requiring temperature levels to drop into the upper-20s with winds gusting 15-25 miles per hour, according to Weather.com. Stronger winds from 20 to 30 miles per hour, together with rain and snow, are anticipated throughout the day.

The point spread and overall on the video game have actually been dropping today. In early lines up recently, the Bills were noted as 4.5-point favorites with the overall at 46. As of Wednesday, the line had actually dipped listed below 3 points at numerous sportsbooks and the overall was down to 43.5. Caesars Sportsbook reported Wednesday that 84% of the early cash bank on the overall was on the under.

Here is today’s take a look at the lines and wagering action:


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For consistency, lines, overalls and wagering portions are from Caesars Sportsbook unless otherwise kept in mind. The wagering portions are not particular to the present line or overall and are developed to offer a photo of the early action. The look-ahead lines were used in advance of the previous week’s video games. Most numbers were resumed Sunday night.

Dallas Cowboys at New Orleans Saints (Thursday)

Last week’s look-ahead line: Cowboys -5, 48
Sunday: Cowboys -5.5, 47.5
Wednesday: Cowboys -4.5, 47.5
Spread action: 71% of bets and 58% of cash bet is on the Cowboys.
Total action: 52% of the bets and 53% of the cash bet is on the over.

Notes: Dallas will lack head coach Mike McCarthy and a number of members of the training personnel due to COVID procedures. … ESPN’s Ed Werder reported Wednesday that Cowboys WR Amari Cooper is anticipated to play Thursday.

Philadelphia Eagles at New York Jets

Last week’s look-ahead line: Eagles -6.5, 45
Sunday: Eagles -7, 46
Wednesday: Eagles -6.5, 45
Spread action: 67% of bets and 67% of cash bet is on the Eagles.
Total action: 74% of the bets are on the under, however 78% of the cash bet is on the over.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Atlanta Falcons

Last week’s look-ahead line: Buccaneers -9.5, 50.5
Sunday: Buccaneers -10, 50
Wednesday: Buccaneers -11, 50.5
Spread action: 55% of bets and 88% of cash bet is on the Falcons.
Total action: 51% of the bets and 54% of the cash bet is on the under.

Arizona Cardinals at Chicago Bears

Last week’s look-ahead line: Cardinals -7, 46.5
Sunday: Cardinals -7, 46
Wednesday: Cardinals -8, 45.5
Spread action: 79% of bets are on the Cardinals, however 80% of the cash bet is on the Bears.
Total action: 68% of the bets and 89% of the cash bet is on the under.

Notes: Forecasts are requiring temperature levels in the upper 30s, light rain and 13-mph winds.

Los Angeles Chargers at Cincinnati Bengals

Last week’s look-ahead line: Bengals -1.5, 48
Sunday: Bengals -2.5, 51
Wednesday: Bengals -3 (-120), 50.5
Spread action: 71% of bets are on the Bengals, however 52% of the cash bet is on the Chargers.
Total action: 62% of the bets are on the over, however 80% of the cash bet is on the under.

Minnesota Vikings at Detroit Lions

Last week’s look-ahead line: Vikings -7.5, 48
Sunday: Vikings -7, 48
Wednesday: Vikings -7, 46.5
Spread action: 63% of bets and 67% of cash bet is on the Vikings.
Total action: 81% of the bets and 97% of the cash bet is on the under.

New York Giants at Miami Dolphins

Last week’s look-ahead line: Dolphins -2. 43.5
Sunday: Dolphins -2.5, 42.5
Wednesday: Dolphins -3, 42
Spread action: 74% of the bets and 94% of the cash bet is on the Dolphins.
Total action: 50% of the bets and 87% of the cash bet is on the under.

Notes: Giants QB Daniel Jones doubts for Sunday’s video game since of a stretched neck.

Indianapolis Colts at Houston Texans

Last week’s look-ahead line: Colts -7, 46.5
Sunday: Colts -7.5, 46
Wednesday: Colts -9, 46
Spread action: 85% of the bets and 97% of the cash bet is on the Colts.
Total action: 62% of the bets and 91% of the cash bet is on the under.

Washington Football Team at Las Vegas Raiders

Last week’s look-ahead line: Raiders -1.5, 48
Sunday: Raiders -2.5, 49
Wednesday: Raiders -2.5, 49.5
Spread action: 80% of the bets and 72% of the cash bet is on the Raiders.
Total action: 62% of the bets are on the under, however 56% of the cash bet is on the over.

Jacksonville Jaguars at Los Angeles Rams

Last week’s look-ahead line: Rams -12, 48
Sunday: Rams -13.5, 44.5
Wednesday: Rams -13, 48
Spread action: 63% of bets and 86% of the cash bet is on the Rams.
Total action: 85% of the bets and 98% of the cash bet is on the under.

Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh Steelers

Last week’s look-ahead line: Ravens -3, 44.5
Sunday: Ravens -3.5, 44.5
Wednesday: Ravens -4.5, 44
Spread action: 64% of the bets and 54% of the cash bet is on the Ravens.
Total action: 69% of the bets and 91% of the cash bet is on the under.

San Francisco 49ers at Seattle Seahawks

Last week’s look-ahead line: Pick ’em, 46
Sunday: 49ers -2.5, 46.5
Wednesday: 49ers -3 (-120), 45.5
Spread action: 85% of the bets and 66% of the cash bet is on the 49ers.
Total action: 76% of the bets and 74% of the cash bet is on the under.

Denver Broncos at Kansas City Chiefs

Last week’s look-ahead line: Chiefs -9.5, 49.5
Sunday: Chiefs -10, 49
Wednesday: Chiefs -10, 47
Spread action: 72% of the bets and 50% of the cash bet is on the Chiefs.
Total action: 79% of the bets and 78% of the cash bet is on the under.

New England Patriots at Buffalo Bills (Monday)

Last week’s look-ahead line: Bills -3.5, 46
Sunday: Bills -3, 45
Wednesday: Bills -2.5, 44
Spread action: 69% of the bets are on the Patriots, however 66% of the cash bet is on the Bills.
Total action: 58% of the bets and 84% of the cash bet is on the under.

Notes: The Patriots have actually covered the spread in 6 successive video games, the longest active streak in the NFL. New England is 35-20-1 versus the spread as a roadway underdog under coach Bill Belichick.

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