NFL Opening Line Report – Week 13

Every Monday, we take a look at the opening lines for next week’s NFL games:

Team Betting % Open Current Notes
Titans 39% 1.5 2.0 Despite the sportsbooks adjusting their lines to give road dog Tennessee an additional half point, slightly more than six out of ten spread wagers are sticking with the 5-6 Bills to snap their four game losing streak and circle the wagons in front of their home crowd.
Bills 61% -1.5 -2.0
Rams 35% 13.0 13.0 With the line remaining static for this contest, nearly seven out of ten spread bets remain committed to the upstart 49ers bouncing back in a big way after their tough Thanksgiving Day loss to Baltimore.
49ers 65% -13.0 -13.0
Cowboys 84% -6.5 -5.0 In one of the most lopsided bet games of the week, the public continues to pound Tony Romo and Co. on the road, especially after the sportsbooks took an additional 1.5 points away from home dog Arizona.
Cardinals 16% 6.5 5.0
Ravens 69% -7.0 -6.5 In this AFC North showdown, nearly seven out of ten spread wagers are going with the 8-3 Ravens to cover at the Dawg Pound, especially after the sportsbooks adjusted their lines to take a pivotal half-point away from home dog Cleveland.
Browns 31% 7.0 6.5
Raiders 69% 2.5 3.0 The public fascination with Carson Palmer and the new-look Raiders continues, with nearly seven out of ten spread bets banking on Oakland to either win straight up or lose by two points or less against the 3-8 Dolphins.
Dolphins 31% -2.5 -3.0
Panthers 62% 3.5 3.0 Despite the sportsbooks taking a big half-point away from road dog Carolina, more than six out of ten spread wagers remain confident in Cam Newton and the electrifying Panthers keeping it close against the 4-7 Bucs.
Buccaneers 38% -3.5 -3.0
Jets 82% -3.5 -3.0 Even with the ‘Skins coming off a big road victory at Seattle last week, more than eight out of ten spread bets are going with Mark Sanchez and the Jets to escape FedEx Field with at least a four point victory.
Redskins 18% 3.5 3.0
Colts 22% 20.5 21.0 Despite the sportsbooks adjusting their lines to give the winless Colts an additional half point, nearly eight out of ten spread wagers are sticking with the streaking Pats to put a hurt on Indy and win by at least 22 points at Gillette Stadium.
Patriots 78% -20.5 -21.0
Bengals 76% 7.0 7.0 With the line remaining unchanged for this AFC North grudge match, more than three out of four spread bets are going with the road dog Bengals to keep it within a TD against a Steelers squad that barely defeated the moribund Chiefs last week on SNF.
Steelers 24% -7.0 -7.0
Chiefs 55% 9.0 8.0 Despite the sportsbooks taking a big half point away from road dog KC, nearly six out of ten spread wagers remain committed to the road dog Chiefs keeping it relatively close at Soldier Field against the Jay Cutler-less Bears.
Bears 45% -9.0 -8.0
Falcons 63% -2.5 -2.0 With the sportsbooks adjusting their lines to take a big point away from home dog Houston, more than six out of ten spread bets are picking the Falcons to cover on the road, especially with the news that rookie T.J. Yates is likely to take over at QB for the injured Matt Leinart.
Texans 37% 2.5 2.0
Chargers 75% -3.0 -3.0 No line movement thus far for this Monday night clash. As a result, three out of four spread bets remain committed to Philip Rivers and the underachieving Chargers winning by at least four points against MJD and the 3-8 Jags.
Jaguars 25% 3.0 3.0
Packers N/A N/A N/A With the G-Men set to face the Saints tonight on MNF, the sportsbooks have yet to release their line for this prime-time showdown, which could go a long way to determining whether or not Aaron Rodgers and the 11-0 Packers can run the table in their pursuit of perfection.
Giants N/A N/A N/A

* Betting Percentages reflect Sports Insights’ Spread Betting Trends Data

** Opening and Current Lines from CRIS unless otherwise stated.

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