The Broncos are 1-5 ATS since late 2018 and 9-19-1 ATS since early 2017. Denver games have gone under 11 times in a row.
Oregon blew a 24-7 halftime lead to last year against Stanford. Coupled with a loss to Auburn in the season opener, the Ducks should be extremely motivated.
The line on Sunday’s Patriots-Jets game also dropped by up to a point as New England went from a 22½-point favorite to 21½ at CG Technology and from 22 to 21 at MGM Resorts.
VSiN host Mitch Moss went 4-0-1 ATS in Week 3 and leads the contest with a 9-4-2 ATS record. Handicappers Paul Stone and Dana Lane are tied for second at 9-6.
Their are a number of injuries that could affect the Raiders going forward. They are a huge reason why a line that opened eight has gone to the Raiders catching nine.