NFL Week 5 Betting Preview & Profitable Matchups For Sportsbooks
Price per head agents, check out a rundown of every NFL Week 5 betting events. We added the best bookie moves after each game write up.
NFL Week 5 Betting Preview
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Miami Dolphins at Cincinnati Bengals -6.5
Cincinnati played great when beating Atlanta 37-36 in Week 4, but did the Bengals leave too much on the table? Miami could catch the Bengals napping.
Bookie Move: Set max betting limits on Dolphins money line
Baltimore Ravens -3 at Cleveland Browns
Close to 70% believe Baltimore covers the spread in this matchup. Cleveland’s not an easy team to beat, though.
Bookie Move: Consider not using your layoff account on Ravens’ betting action
New York Giants at Carolina Panthers -6.5
Unless the Giants significantly improve their offensive play-calling, the Panthers should cover the spread. It doesn’t help NYG’s cause that Carolina is 4-0 ATS in their last 4 games following a bye.
Bookie Move: Use your layoff account on Panthers’ betting action
Tennessee Titans -3.5 at Buffalo Bills
Tennessee’s defense should have no trouble stopping Buffalo’s offense. It’s hard to see how the Bills win this game SU or ATS.
Bookie Move: Use your layoff account on Titans’ betting action.
Green Bay Packers -1 at Detroit Lions
Most NFL handicappers side with Green Bay at -1 to beat the Detroit Lions. Detroit has a couple of advantages: they’re at home and their defense has played better in their last couple of games.
Oh, and Detroit’s 3-0 ATS in their last 3.
Bookie Move: Use your layoff account on either team depending on who your players mostly back
Atlanta Falcons at Pittsburgh Steelers -3
Neither the Falcons’ defense nor the Steelers’ defense has played well this season. Since this game could go either way, agents should use their online bookie software to set max betting limits on the Falcons money line and Steelers money line.
Denver Broncos at New York Jets -1
Nobody’s giving the Jets any love in this game. Bookies could make a killing, though, if Denver’s over played in this. The Broncos don’t have much advantage at the quarterback position and Denver must battle the Jets off a short week.
Bookie Move: Consider not using your layoff account if bettors over play the Broncos
Jacksonville Jaguars at Kansas City Chiefs -3
Kansas City’s offense has looked great in 4 games this season. Quarterback Patrick Mahomes has thrown 0 interceptions to 14 TDs. But, the Chiefs face the best defense in the NFL on Sunday.
Bookie Move: Consider not using your layoff account if bettors over play the KC Chiefs
Oakland Raiders at L.A. Chargers -5.5
NFL handicappers are split 50%/50% on whether the Raiders or Chargers cover the spread. This is a huge rivalry game that could go either way.
Bookie Move: Set max betting limits on the Raiders’ money line. Also, use your layoff account if your players over bet the Chargers.
Arizona Cardinals at San Francisco 49’ers -4.5
Arizona’s defense has been fantastic in the Cardinals’ last couple of games. Zona could have won both games if not for their horrible offense. San Francisco starts a back-up quarterback, which means AZ could win their first game of the season in NFL Week 5.
Bookie Move: Set max betting limits on Arizona Cardinals’ money line
Minnesota Vikings at Philadelphia Eagles -3
This is another 50%/50% split with bettors backing both the Vikings and the Eagles.
Bookie Move: Use your pay per head layoff account on whichever team’s over played in your book. Make sure to set max betting limits on both the Vikings and Eagles.
L.A. Rams -7 at Seattle Seahawks
Seattle’s defense faces the best offense it’s faced this season when the L.A. Rams come to town. Seattle might pull off the upset, though, because the Rams’ defense has issues.
Bookie Move: Consider not using your layoff account if the Rams are over bet in your sportsbook. Make sure to set max betting limits on the Seahawks’ money line.
Dallas Cowboys at Houston Texans -3
NFL Week 5’s Sunday night football game has sports betting fans on both sides of the spread. 50% feel the Boys cover the spread. 50% back the Texans.
Bookie Move: Set max money line betting limits on both the Cowboys and Texans. Use your layoff account on the team over bet in your sportsbook.
Washington Redskins at New Orleans Saints -6.5
New Orleans should cover the spread, but Washington heads to the bayou off their bye. Washington might post a problem for the Saints.
Bookie Move: Consider not using your layoff account if the Saints are over bet in your book. Make sure to set max betting limits on the Washington money line.
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