It’s Monday Night football. Sharps sweep the Wise Guy bets in football this week. Now pro bettors say as strong of a football contest to bet this week in football is the bout involving Cincinnati Bengals and New York Giants.
The Las Vegas Strip and offshore sportsbook betting odds are Cincinnati either a one-point favorite or a pick ‘em with the total at 47.5. It is one of the biggest line moves of the season as New York opened as a field goal favorite with a posted over-under at 46. A preponderance of bets are on Giants, fading the line move, at 64 percent. Comparable and consistent with the norm, 79 percent of wagers are on the over.
Top handicappers make the most of distinct key performance indicators. Here is an example of said scrutiny of that game from a venturing assessment. To juxtapose yards per rush on offense, the pre-eminence technically goes to Cincinnati by a large 1.2 margin. Passing yards per completion is another instrument frenzied by NextGen sports analysts. The lead is owned by the Bengals as well by .4. Perhaps the most overlooked by square gamblers, but not the experts, is yards per point. From the offensive examination, the better metrics are in the column of New York by 2.0.
Headlong to considered records on the defensive side of the ball. The yards per rush guide says the best run defense in this game anyway is the Giants by .8. The better-quality passing yards per completion data on defense give the omnipotence to the Giants by .9. In terms of yards per point, the better of the two defenses is the Giants forcing 2.1 more. Turnovers favor the Bengals by nine.
Yards per point is determined by dividing total yards by number of points. Offensively a lower number is considered more efficient. On defense, a higher number is better.
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Spread betting trends (all records are ATS): Cincinnati is 12-3 after allowing more than 250 yards passing previous game. Giants 17-35 in November.
Totals angles: Cincinnati under 8-1 after allowing more than 250 yards passing previous game.