NFL Week 14 Betting Preview & Profitable Matchups For Sportsbooks
With NFL Week 14 here, and only a few NFL Regular Season weeks left, sportsbook operators must consider every pay per head software tool in their arsenal to ensure profit.
That includes using the mass editing tool to set max betting limits on moneylines, using their layoff accounts, and even changing lines in some games.
NFL Week 14: 4 Matchups Requiring Per Head Software to Ensure Profit
Check out 4 matchups that require per head software.
New Orleans Saints -8 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers +8
The Bucs are big time home dogs and usually home NFL dogs are great plays against the spread and on the moneyline. This could be true for the Bucs who beat the Saints in New Orleans straight up in Week 1.
Then again, Tampa Bay hasn’t had a great season while the Saints are a bounce back candidate in Week 14 after the Cowboys ended their 10-game win streak and 9-1 ATS streak last Thursday.
Not using the layoff account if New Orleans is over bet means you’re playing with fire.
Set max betting limits on the Bucs’ moneyline just in case while using the layoff account if Saints are overplayed.
Baltimore Ravens +6.5 at Kansas City Chiefs -6.5
Bookies could really increase their bottom lines when Ravens head to Missouri to battle the Chiefs on Sunday. KC projects to be one of the most over bet teams in NFL Week 14. They’ve been great against the spread while the Ravens most likely will again start rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson.
However, Baltimore’s got, arguably, the best defense in the NFL while Kansas City has gone 0-2-1 ATS in their last 3. Not using the layoff account can lead to riches.
Agents must make sure max betting limits are in place on Baltimore.
New England Patriots -7.5 at Miami Dolphins +7.5
The Patriots haven’t received a ton of press this season because they’re not winning with flash. NFL handicappers know how good New England is. The Pats are an impressive 8-4 against the spread.
Miami almost always plays New England tough, but this is a rivalry game that could go either way.
Bookmakers should use their layoff accounts on whichever team’s over played. They should most definitely set max betting limits on the Dolphins’ moneyline.
Denver Broncos -5.5 at San Francisco 49ers +5.5
Denver’s been on a roll going 3-0 ATS and 3-0 SU. The 49ers are already planning for next season. All sportsbook operators should consider doing two things:
- Use their layoff accounts when or if Denver’s over bet,
- Change the wagering line up a half a point to a full point.
No way Denver should be favored by less than 6.5 in this. PayPerHead.com designed their Prime Package tool, the Line Mover for contests like this one where a hot team also has the edge in every phase of the game.