Thursday Night Football Sharp Report: Pro Bettors Shaping 49ers vs. Cardinals Over/Under

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  • Sharps have been hitting one side of tonight's 49ers vs. Cardinals over/under on Thursday Night Football.
  • The tools available at The Action Network reveal how pro bettors are playing the number.

Halloween night brings with it a Thursday Night Football matchup, which is enough of a treat in itself for sports bettors. It’s made even sweeter when there’s a clear sharp side in the betting market.

Wiseguys haven’t waited around for game day to get down on this one, either. They’ve been hitting the over/under since it opened early in the week, leading oddsmakers to the number they’re currently posting.


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49ers vs. Cardinals Sharp Report

8:20 p.m. ET | FOX/NFL Network

The undefeated 49ers opened around -8 for tonight’s matchup in Glendale, but were quickly adjusted up to 10-point favorites behind three-quarters of bets. With the range of numbers the spread has seen, both sides have attracted a fair share of sharp action at differing lines.

As for the professional action that’s hit the total, it’s been more one-sided, as revealed by Sports Insights’ Bet Signals.

As of Thursday morning, five signals — indications of line moves caused by sharp action — have hit the under. We’ve yet to see a single one going the other way.

Also pointing toward the under being the sharp side, the 36% of bettors playing it have accounted for 50% of actual money being wagered. So while the money is split evenly, it’s clear that bigger bets — the ones more likely made by pros — are banking on a lower-scoring game.

As you’d probably expect, sportsbooks are leaning toward the side of the sharps, even though it gives the majority of customers an easier over bet. After being listed at 44/44.5 early in the week, this total is down to a consensus 43.

It is worth noting, however, that all five Bet Signals came at slightly higher lines, with the lowest number hit being 44.

Sharp angle: Under (moved from 44.5 to 43) [In New Jersey? Bet now at PointsBet]

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