NFL Week 11 Betting Action (2009)

Written by:
Carrie Stroup
Published on:
Nov/22/2009

Carrie Stroup here with your NFL Week 11 Betting Action report.

When it comes to NFL Week 11 betting action, no single team is getting more play than the Indianapolis Colts.

As a -1 ½ point road favorite against the Baltimore Ravens, the Colts were getting around 92 percent of the action at Sportsbook.com.

It is fair to say that the online bookmakers will be crushed should Indy manage to cover and I personally believe that they will do just that.

Pittsburgh was another heavily bet on team.  They were getting around 92 percent of the action against Kansas City. 

The New York Giants were coming in as the 3rd or 4th most bet on team depending on the book.  They had around 75 percent of the action at Sportsbook.com and very lopsided money line action.  They were at -7It would not surprise me in the least to see Atlanta cover here.  The line has not moved off of 7 anywhere after opening at -6 initially. 

The Vikings were getting top 5 action at most books.  80 percent of the action was on Minnesota here vs. Seattle as a -10 ½ home favorite. 

New England was getting good lopsided action as a late afternoon game and an -11 home favorite vs. the Jets.  This should end up being one of the most bet on teams when all is said and done.  80 percent of the backing was going the Pats way here.

The books will need a Chicago cover of +3 against Philadelphia tonight as around 90 percent of the early action was on the Eagles.  Philadelphia may be the most bet on team of the weekend when all is said and done.

Elsewhere, Cincinnati was getting close to 70 percent of the action vs. Oakland as a -9 point road favorite and I believe they will easily cover that spread.

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