The Westgate likes Cincinnati to go over its win total of 5½, so the sportsbook has shaded the over to -140 (+120 for the under).
Nevada sportsbooks took $1.87 billion in bets last year on football and won $122.4 million. But those numbers could be cut almost in half if the college football season is canceled.
Bookmakers said they expect former Baylor and Temple coach Matt Rhule to turn Carolina around, maybe as soon as this season.
Ron Rivera has had to deal with several off-field issues before his first training camp. The main question on the field is quarterback Dwayne Haskins.
Jacksonville is projected to be the worst team in the NFL, but one group of “highly respected” bettors fired in wagers on the Jaguars at the Westgate.
The Patriots’ odds to win the Super Bowl dropped from 40-1 to 25-1 after they signed former NFL MVP Cam Newton, but they’ve since shot back up to 40-1.
Even without NFL preseason games, the month still shapes up as the biggest August ever with the NBA, NHL and Major League Baseball back on the betting board.
With sign-ups for the $1,000-entry Circa Sports Million II and Circa Survivor contests slowed to a crawl by the coronavirus, Circa is on the hook for a $3.86 million overlay.
The sportsbook set the line at 1½ (over -125) on how many Super Bowls Kansas City would win over the course of the quarterback’s 10-year extension, ending in 2031-32.
The gambler made a $100 bet to win $30,000 on Westgate’s mobile app on Newton to be named NFL MVP before the book cut his odds Sunday night from 300-1 to 40-1.