Sports Watch Monitor NFL Line Moves and Top Trends for Sept. 10

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Unconfirmed reports had sportsbooks enjoying their biggest opening NFL weekend in years for take. Whether you were on the winning or losing end, Week 2 is just ahead and we have the latest line moves. Like we say every day, understanding line moves can build your bankroll. (119-91 L48D)

NFL – (253) MIAMI at (254) BUFFALO 1:00 ET  CBS  (side and total)

Each of these division rivals is off a quality outright upset. Miami won because of a suffocating second half defense and Buffalo made good use of a +2 turnover margin. The Dolphins appear to have the better talent and have been flipped from +1 to -1.5. The problem with backing Miami is recent 1-3 SU and ATS records with the Bills and a 6-17 ATS mark off an AFC East upset victory. The total has also been adjusted from 44.5 to 43 and that fits the trend in this series which is 6-1-1 UNDER in the past eight meetings. Betting Trend 78 percent on Miami to cover and 63 percent on the Under

NFL – (255) JACKSONVILLE at (256) WASHINGTON 1:00 ET  CBS

Jacksonville was blanked in Philadelphia in the second half and Washington might has well have been in 17-6 loss in Houston. The Jaguars offense is continually behind in down and distance, which chokes off drives and the Redskins had 372 yards of offense and never found the end zone. This has led to the total sinking two digits to 43. Betting Trend 57 percent on the Over

NFL – (257) DALLAS at (258) TENNESSEE 1:00 ET FOX

Dallas CowboysAll things considered, the Dallas defense held up rather well, allowing 28 points to San Francisco in large part because the offense had four turnovers. Whether the Cowboys defense will continue to play this well is a question mark, especially on the road and the total has gone from 47.5 to 49.5. Tennessee is 15-5 OVER at home after outgaining previous opponent by 100 or more total yards. Betting Trend 59 percent on the Over

NFL – (259) ARIZONA at (260) N.Y. GIANTS 1:00 ET  FOX  (side and total)

On Sunday night, the side and total was released on this NFC contest before anyone had a chance to witness these teams play. New York was at -1.5 with a total of 45.5, but after football bettors got a good look at both, they rushed to make wagers. The Giants looked they were not ready for the regular season to start and were derailed by Detroit 35-14. Arizona showed gumption with a fourth quarter comeback and iced the win over San Diego late. These factors directly correlate to the Cardinals now as 2.5-point favorites. With how discombobulated Eli Manning looked again on offense and the Redbirds defense, the total has sunk to 43. Betting Trend 91 percent on Arizona to cover and 94 percent on the Under

NFL – (267) ST. LOUIS at (268) TAMPA BAY 4:05 ET  FOX

Both these NFC offenses were shoddy in their first outings of the new season. St. Louis had a bit of an excuse, being forced to use third-string quarterback Austin Davis because of injury. Josh McCown never looked comfortable last week in the loss to Carolina until late. Tampa Bay is up from -3.5 to -5 and the Rams are 0-6 ATS away against the NFC. Betting Trend 82 percent on Tampa Bay to cover

Sports Watch Monitor Weighty Trends

 

MLB Money Line Trend

Milwaukee is 3-16 in their last 19 contests.

MLB Totals Trend

Philadelphia is 14-2 OVER after scoring four runs or less in four straight games this season.

MLB Run Line Trend

Colorado is 8-19 in road games in the second half of this season.

 

 

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