The Dallas Cowboys finally broke through on offense in week 6 versus one of the best defenses in the NFL while the mega-battle between AFC North rivals Pittsburgh and Cincinnati didn’t disappoint. Oh, and even when the Oakland Raiders play in a different country, they can’t win a football game.
Check out what happened in NFL Week 6 and how bookies could have used their pay per head software to protect profit.
Sunday, Oct. 14
L.A. Chargers 38 at Cleveland Browns 14 – The Chargers have really come together in the past couple of weeks. This time, the Bolts’ offense dominated a decent Browns’ defense while L.A. held down a good Cleveland offense. Maybe, Kansas City won’t run away with the AFC West.
Buffalo Bills 13 at Houston Texans 20 – Buffalo took a 13-10 lead before Houston rallied for the final 10 points. The Bills aren’t going to make the playoffs, but they’re definitely on the right track. They won’t be an easy out for anybody the rest of the way, that’s for sure.
Pittsburgh Steelers 28 at Cincinnati Bengals 21 – The Pittsburgh Steelers pulled out the victory over Cincinnati in one of the NFL Week 6 marquee games. Steelers used their defense, smart-play calling, and overall experience to beat the Bengals. Pitt’s right back into the thick of the AFC North race, which makes them a contender again to win the Super Bowl.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 29 at Atlanta Falcons 34 – Atlanta tries to lose football games. The Falcons might have the worst defense in the NFL after the Buccaneers almost pulled off the upset win. Falcons’ quarterback Matt Ryan was great, but letting Tampa get this close is crazy.
Chicago Bears 28 at Miami Dolphins 31 – Fins over Bears is the perfect example game of why online bookies must set max betting limits on dogs. About an hour before kick-off, Miami coach Adam Gase said Brock Osweiler would start at quarterback instead of Ryan Tannehill because Tannehill had hurt his shoulder. The line jumped from Bears -3 to Bears -7. Miami tied Chicago, the game went into overtime, and the Dolphins kicked a field goal for the massive moneyline win.
Carolina Panthers 17 at Washington Redskins 23 – Washington jumped out to a big 14-0 lead before Carolina made a game of it. But, the Redskins are a different team at home while the Panthers are a different team on the road.
Seattle Seahawks 27 at Oakland Raiders 3 – Oh, man, if you’re a Raiders fan you must be kicking yourself for having put up the shrine of Jon Gruden before the season started. Gruden’s made rookie coaching mistakes in pretty much every Oakland game this season.
Arizona Cardinals 17 at Minnesota Vikings 27 – The Cardinals’ defense gave up 27 points, but Arizona’s offense scored enough in NFL week 6 for the impressive push against the spread. If bookies had Boss Per Head’s line mover, they could have lowered the odds to either Minnesota -9.5, or raised them to Minnesota -10.5, thereby preventing the need to issue refunds.
Indianapolis Colts 34 at New York Jets 42 – You’d expect a couple of teams with bad defenses to score a bunch of points against each other. But, the 76 points in Colts at Jets was ridiculous. It crushed the over by 28.5 points.
L.A. Rams 23 at Denver Broncos 20 – With over 5 minutes to go, the Broncos were down 20-13 and had the Rams at 2 and 7 on their side of the field. Then, Todd Gurley ran off a big gainer. That was the end of it.
Jacksonville Jaguars 7 at Dallas Cowboys 40 – It’s hard to make any sense out of Dallas’ stunning 40-7 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Jags knew that Dallas had one way to play on offense, give the ball to Ezekiel Elliott and hope he carries the team. Even then, Jacksonville allowed the Cowboys to rush for 206 yards from 42 carries.
Baltimore Ravens 21 at Tennessee Titans 0 – Only favored by 3 to 3.5 points, the Ravens had to have been this Sunday’s top layoff account team. Any per head bookie that use their layoff account on the Ravens suffered. Baltimore dominated a hard-trying, but much less talented team.
Kansas City Chiefs 40 at New England Patriots 43 – Talk about crushing the over. The total opened at 57.5. Within a couple hours, the total rose to 59.5. The Chiefs and Patriots scored 83 points. That’s unreal. What’s even crazier is that the score was Patriots 24-9 at halftime. Kansas City covered as a +3.5 dog. Many online bookies probably faced a liability on the Chiefs. Make it a rule to use your layoff account when dogs are overplayed against the spread.
Online bookies should have used their layoff accounts on: Atlanta Falcons, Seattle Seahawks, New York Jets, Baltimore Ravens
Bookie agents should have set max money line betting limits on: L.A. Chargers, Pittsburgh Steelers, Miami Dolphins, Dallas Cowboys
Things to Keep in Mind to Manage NFL Week 7 Betting
Buffalo’s a +6.5 dog on the road against the Indianapolis Colts. The Bills play great defense and should score some points versus the Colts. Make sure max betting limits are on Bills moneyline.
Although the Rams should beat the San Francisco 49ers in Week 7, the Rams haven’t covered in 3 straight. Consider shelving the layoff account in that game.
Atlanta allows so many yards that even the New York Giants might score points against The Falcons are heavy favorites in NFL Week 7’s Monday night game. So, make sure max betting limits are on the Giants moneyline.
NFL Betting Stats Update
Top 5 ATS and Over/Under
- Kansas City Chiefs 5-0-0 ATS, 3-2-0 O/U
- Cincinnati Bengals 4-1-0 ATS, 4-1-0 O/U
- Cleveland Browns 4-1-0 ATS, 2-3-0 O/U
- Detroit Lions 4-1-0 ATS, 4-1-0 O/U
- Chicago Bears 3-1-0 ATS, 2-2-0 O/U
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