PODCAST: NFL Week 11 preview

Sam Monson, Steve Palazzolo, and David Tuchman discuss the Packers' offense, Carson Palmer's MVP credentials, and a Bengals rebound.

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(AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast)

(AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast)

PODCAST: NFL Week 11 preview


Sam Monson, Steve Palazzolo, and David Tuchman get you set for Week 10 with their weekly preview podcast, tackling the following subjects and much, much more:

Carson Palmer or Tom Brady for MVP?

– Is Randall Cobb a true No. 1 receiver?

– And what’s up with the Packers’ offense?

– Will Tyler Eifert and the Bengals rebound on SNF?

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  • Tim Edell

    Vegas doesnt set the line based on the better team and how much they should win by. The line is set to get action on both sides. According to sportsinsights.com 55% of the money is on the Packers.

    • crosseyedlemon

      The sportsbooks know they will get action on both sides but they have to decide how much they want to leverage themselves. If they play it too safe a competitor can undercut their line and they will lose bettors. If they take too much of a risk and over leverage they could end up having to pay off 75% of the bets placed. They would prefer to avoid both those scenarios if possible.

      Sportsbook.ag provides trends for http://www.vegasinsider.com/nfl/matchups/ and currently shows the Packers drawing 60% of the money. Sportsbookreview http://www.sportsbookreview.com/betting-odds/consensus/ shows the Packers getting even more action at 63%