Early Sharp Action Driving Patriots vs. Ravens Spread, Over/Under Movement
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- Sharps aren't waiting to bet this weekend's Sunday Night Football matchup between the Patriots and Ravens (8:20 p.m. ET, NBC).
- The tools at The Action Network make sharp bettors' opinions clear.
You don’t need me to tell you that this weekend’s Patriots vs. Ravens game on Sunday Night Football is a big one, and early ticket counts overwhelmingly agree.
This is by far the most heavily bet matchup of the NFL Week 9 slate and that action should continue all the way to kickoff.
It’s not only casual bettors flocking to this AFC showdown. Sharps have also jumped into the mix, forcing oddsmakers to make early adjustments to both the spread and over/under.
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Using The Action Network’s betting tools, let’s look how the pros are betting Patriots vs. Ravens, and how oddsmakers have moved lines in reaction to the early flow of smart money.
Patriots vs. Ravens Sharp Report
The Patriots are steamrolling their way through the AFC, with the road to the Super Bowl set to go through Foxborough … again.
At 5-2, the Ravens are among the few realistic challengers in the conference, and professional bettors like the value with Baltimore on Sunday night.
New England opened as a 4- or 4.5-point favorite at most books across the market, but that number has dropped to a consensus of -3.5 at the time of writing.
Sports Insights’ Bet Signals, which track and report sharp betting action in real-time, have triggered four smart money indicators on the Ravens at lines of +4.5, +4 (twice) and +3.5, confirming that wiseguys are behind the early spread movement.
Pro money is also responsible for an adjustment to the total as well, as sharps steamed under 46, explaining why that number now sits at 44.5.
Sharp angles: Ravens (moved from +4.5 to +3.5) and under (moved from 46 to 44.5) [In New Jersey? Bet now at PointsBet]