NFL Win Total Betting Odds, Analysis: Eagles, Cardinals, Commanders, Panthers See Changes
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After a week’s worth of preseason football – or possibly more importantly – as we get a week closer to meaningful football, four teams have undergone changes to their win totals in the regular season wins market.
While there are a host of squads that have had their prices changed since lines were first released, four teams have had their number outright adjusted by BetMGM.
Three clubs have moved up by one while just one has moved down. The lone team that has moved down in the market? The Arizona Cardinals.
Originally, Kliff Kingsbury’s team opened at 9.5 (+135/-165), but it now sits at 8.5 (-105/-115). There hasn’t been extreme money coming in on the under – though 54% of the wagers and 70% of the bets are on that side – but the under is now the juiced side.
In terms of a squad that has been hit hard by wagers and handle, look no further than the Philadelphia Eagles, where 89% of the betting tickets and 90% of the handle have come in on the over, which opened at 8.5 (-115/-105) and now sits at 9.5 (-130/+110).
The Carolina Panthers also got hit hard in the over market, with bettors flocking to the over 5.5 (-120) that was afforded to them. Now, Carolina sits at 6.5 with a +105/-125 split.
Over in Washington, the Commanders are the final team that had their total elevated by a full game. They opened at 7.5 (-110/-110) before that number was pushed up to 8.5, though the total is still juiced to the under (-175).
The New York Jets‘ team win total is currently off the board due to uncertainty over quarterback Zach Wilson’s knee injury.
Early reports coming out of the Jets’ camp did sound promising, at least in the sense that his season is not over.
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