NFL Opening Line Report Week 14

The opening lines are out for this week’s upcoming NFL action, and what does the early betting action say?  Please visit our blog and read our series of Sports Marketwatch articles for updated information during the week.

Indianapolis Colts vs. Tennessee Titans

This Thursday night game is already attracting a lot of betting activity — and the action is decidedly one-sided, with the Colts currently attracting a whopping 91% of bets over the slumping Titans.  Both teams are on losing streaks, with the Colts losing three in a row while Tennessee has lost five in a row.  The line opened at Tenn +2 but the steady betting pressure on Indy has moved the line up to Tenn +3.  Keep your browser pointed to SportsInsights.com for up-to-date betting information on this game.

Team # Bets Spread % Open Current
Indianapolis Colts 16577 91% -2 -3
Tennessee Titans 9% +2 +3

Atlanta Falcons vs. Carolina Panthers

This is another match-up with huge lopsided-betting action — leading to some line value from the opening line of Carolina +7.  Carolina has been a huge disappointment this year for contrarian investors, with a 3-9 record “against the spread” — but SportsInsights analysts are circling this game due to the trend for home dogs to outperform late in NFL seasons + “buying a way-undervalued team.”

Team # Bets Spread % Open Current
Atlanta Falcons 9281 92% -7 -7.5
Carolina Panthers 8% +7 +7.5

Keep an eye on the latest line movements and betting percentages to help you increase the value of your sports handicapping methods. In particular, keep your browser pointed to SportsInsights.com for up-to-the-second betting lines, odds, and information on the sports marketplace and “contrarian value” in the sports investing world.

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