NFL Week 6 Public Betting
The NFL Season gets Week 6 into full swing later this afternoon. Before placing your bets, take a look at which teams are getting the most Public Betting support.
Of the games taking place on Sunday, the one team with the most public support when it comes to wagers is the Atlanta Falcons, as they get set to host the Tampa Bay Buccaneers this afternoon at 1PM ET. According to oddsmakers at BetNow.eu, the Falcons are the favorite at home, as they are getting odds of -3 points against the Bucs. When it comes to the Public Betting, the Falcons are getting 70 percent of the wagers as the home favorite. Tampa is coming off a bye week last week and is starting Jameis Winston against a banged-up Atlanta defense. The Bucs will have their hands full with the Atlanta offense. The Falcons have won three straight in the series, but Tampa is 4-2 against the spread in the last six meetings.
Another team with a lot of support at the betting window is the Carolina Panthers, who are going on the road to face the Washington Redskins today at 1PM ET. According to oddsmakers, the Panthers are the slight favorite on the road, as they are listed with odds of -1.5 points against the Redskins. Carolina is currently getting 69 percent of the wagers for today’s game as the road favorite. Both teams are 2-2 against the spread on the season and Carolina is 0-1 ATS on the road. Carolina has won five straight meetings with Washington, covering the spread in the last four meetings as well.
The game that has the public the most split is the highly anticipated Sunday Night Football game with the New England Patriots hosting the Kansas City Chiefs at 8:20PM ET. Oddsmakers are listing the Patriots as a 3.5-point favorite at home against the Chiefs. Of the wagers placed, 51 percent are going on the Patriots as the home favorite. Kansas City is a perfect 5-0 overall and against the spread while New England is 3-2 overall and 3-0 ATS at home. The home team has won five of the last six in the series, but the Chiefs have covered in four of their last six against New England.