NFL Week 10 Bookie Betting Preview
New England travels to Tennessee and New Orleans battles Cincinnati in a couple of NFL games where bookies might have to use pay per head software.
When bookmakers must use pay per head software, it’s a sign that sports bettors could make some profit.
NFL Week 10 Betting Preview – Top 6 Games
Check out 6 such games that should require sportsbook action management.
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Washington Redskins +3 at Tampa Bay -3
Most casual bettors won’t even look at Washington at Tampa Bay just because neither team’s all that interesting. The Redskins do lead the NFC East Division, but most handicappers side with Tampa Bay.
This looks like one of those matchups that can go either way. Online bookies will set max betting limits on both moneylines and use their layoff accounts where necessary.
Detroit Lions +6.5 at Chicago Bears -6.5
The Bears are solid favorites. However, this is one of those rivalry games where anything can happen. Some bookies might shun their layoff accounts while other will use it if either team creates a liability.
Most bookies will find it necessary to set max betting limits on the Lions to win straight up.
New England Patriots -6.5 at Tennessee Titans +6.5
The Patriots are an awesome 5-1 against the spread in their last 6. However, New England hasn’t faced a solid team like Tennessee in a while.
Some bookies might decide to only use their layoff accounts if Titans are overplayed. They’ll most definitely have max betting limits on the Titans’ moneyline.
New Orleans Saints -5 at Cincinnati Bengals +5
Word just broke that Bengals’ wide receiver A.J. Green won’t play on Sunday. Cincinnati allows over 447 total yards. Teams rush and pass equally well against the Bengals.
The Saints rank second in the NFL in points scored per. They should demolish Cincinnati on Sunday, which means most every bookmaker on the planet will use their layoff accounts once the Saints create liabilities.
Los Angeles Chargers -10 at Oakland Raiders +10
Most NFL handicappers, by 7 to 1, favor the Chargers to cover the 10 points. Oakland’s fallen that far and that fast this season. The Raiders are a shell of the team that had a shot to win the AFC West Division before the season started.
Any liabilities created by the Chargers requires layoff account usage.
Seattle Seahawks +10 at L.A. Rams -10
Most feel that the Rams bounce back with a win and cover because they suffered their first loss of the season in Week 9.
Some bookies won’t see it that way. They most likely won’t use per head software to even out dollars on both sides of this spread if the Rams create a liability.