Where the action is: NFL Week 17 line moves

Dec 29, 2012 |
Playoff implications and lack of motivation litter NFL Week 17. We talk with online sportsbook BetDSI.eu about the biggest line moves on the board.

Miami at New England (-10.5, 46)

Sharp money pounded the total early and often at 48.5, 48, 47.5 down to its current 46 value. The side has seen little preference from sharps or the public at this time.

Green Bay at Minnesota (3.5, 46)

With news of Adrian Peterson’s injury the public has backed the Packers and are loading up on teasers for this game. The bet count is currently about 3-to-1 in favor of Green Bay although the money is not too far out of balance as of yet. As usual, the teaser money is leaning in the direction of the Pack.

Dallas at Washington (-3.5, 48.5)

The public has sided with the Skins and has created a 2-to-1 bet count and a 2-to-1 money wagered position on the side of this game. Some early sharp money did come in on Dallas at 4. Sharp money also hit the total on the game at 50, pushing the number down to its current 48.5 value.

New York Jets at Buffalo (-3.5, 39)

Sharp money continues to follow the Jets this week backing them at the +3 number. The total has seen more sharp money attention and has pushed the line down to 39 from 41.

Baltimore at Cincinnati (-1, 41)

The Ravens attracted early sharp money this week at +3 even money. That action has created a 2-to-1 money wagered advantage on that game. The public has not really chimed in on this game at all.

Jacksonville at Tennessee (-4, 41.5)

The Jacksonville Jaguars also received early sharp attention at the +5.5 number pushing it to the current +4 number. Titans RB Chris Johnson (ankle) is expected to play.

St Louis at Seattle (-11, 41)

Seattle is getting a lot of attention this week with a 3-to-1 bet count favoring the Seahawks. This game saw some of the larger sized bets of this week at the -10 number, creating the move to the current -11 line value.  Seattle has joined the elite teaser team ranks with the likes of the New York Giants, New England Patriots, and Green Bay Packers.

Odds and commentary courtesy of BetDSI.eu.

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