Bookies Struggle, 7 days 17 Picks: Contestants Fade Backup QBs

Bookies Struggle, 7 days 17 Picks: Contestants Fade Backup QBs

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Bookies Battle contestants are wanting to just take advantage of groups whose setting up quarterbacks are sidelined in 7 days 17 of the NFL period, as four of the prime five consensus picks in shape that angle.

The outlier of that group — the Colts —  are lucky to have averted that state of affairs, as Carson Wentz exited COVID protocols Sunday morning. Continue to, Raiders +7.5 drew the sentiment of 88.9% of the contest area, tying Las Vegas as the most preferred play.

Chargers +5 (vs. Broncos) garnered that exact same share, as Los Angeles welcomes a Denver team trotting out Drew Lock in spot of concussed Teddy Bridgewater for a 2nd consecutive week.

The most affordable hanging fruit in the contest this week is Eco-friendly Bay -6 (vs. Vikings). With QB Kirk Cousins out because of to COVID, the position unfold for Sunday night’s activity at frigid Lambeau Discipline skyrocketed to -13. Sean Mannion gets the nod at QB for Minnesota.

In Baltimore, Lamar Jackson stays out with an ankle harm, and with Tyler Huntley established to start, the line shut in the neighborhood of Rams -7 (-120), meaning 81.5% of the discipline grabbed excellent value laying Rams -3.5

No closing-line value listed here, but our bookmakers are having the 13 points with the Texans, who stop by a 49ers team sans Jimmy Garoppolo and starting rookie Trey Lance in his area.

Right here are the prime five Bookie Fight performs for 7 days 17, with contest lines as opposed to closing sector consensus numbers.

Crew Percentage of picks Contest line
Industry line
(Friday early morning)
Chargers 88.9% -5 -7.5
Raiders 88.9% +7.5 +8.5
Packers 81.5% -6 -13
Rams 81.5% -3.5 -7 (-120)
Texans 74.1% +13 +13.5

Standings Update

Right after 16 months, Duane Colucci from Rampart On line casino carries on to lead the way. His 136 winners are one far better than second-place Nick Smith (Snoqualmie). There is a two-way tie for third between Max Schmerin (Rivers Pittsburgh) and Mike Lewis (Suncoast), each individual with 132 winners on the time.

When very first area pays $3,000 and $1,000 goes to 2nd, the best 10 finishers progress to contend in the NFL Playoff portion of our contest, with $1,000 going to the winner.

Artwork Heun (Gold Strike) and Edwin Ruvalcaba (The Orleans) are tied for the ninth and 10th place and have a five-activity cushion on John Lindheimer (Harrah’s) and Richard McInerney (New York New York).

Check the comprehensive standings right here.

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