Discussion in 'The RoundTable' started by Cajun Sensation, Sep 16, 2013.
Either there was a big injury on Mizzou or someone dumped a shitpile of $$ on Indiana
Vikings -6.5 at home against the shitpile Browns is very intriguing.
Their offense will consist of some guy named "Hoyer" at QB and a 31 year old RB with a re-constructed knee who has been out of football and a bunch of other guys that no one has ever heard of.
And the Vikings coming off another loss. Usually a team responds, especially at home.
That looks like a really good one to choose.
I know next to nothing about how these things are paid out, but is the perfect scenario for a bookie that the score hit the betting line? If a team is favored by 3, the perfect situation is that the team actually win by exactly 3 points? Don't the bookies pocket all the money at that point?
They pocket all the juice and pay out or lose nothing
Something more than just average money, lines dont move like that for cash alone. Especially for mizzou/ind, cant be that much volume on that stinker. Someone is hurt or possibly a fix or a very very large amt of money. Im going with the injury or suspension.
Browns at Vikings line is up to 7.
Saints -7 at home Vs AZ
Jags at Seahawks line is down to 18
I like Fresno laying the 3 tonight, Wisconsin -24, Texas - 3.5 (seen it as high as 5) and Tenn +17
and Mich St on the ML +180
No it's a push and no one wins or loses.