- The Denver Broncos are 3-point favorites over the Washington Football team in Week 8.
- Washington Football Team is 1-6 against the spread this season.
- Public splits see 62% of bets on Washington’s odds to cover the spread.
DENVER – The Denver Broncos and Washington Football Team will be facing off in Week 8.
The Broncos are going into this one as 3-point favorites as WFT has the worst record against the spread this season at 1-6.
Denver Broncos Vs. Washington Football Team
- Moneyline: Broncos (-165) vs. Washington (+140)
- Spread: Broncos -3
- Total: 44.5 Points
Originally, NFL betting sites opened the line with the Broncos as 4.5-point favorites, however, public betting splits brought this down as Washington Football Team has taken in 62% of total bets.
Before betting on WFT though, it is worth noting that betting sharps are having a frenzy with Denver’s spread with 63% of the total betting handle.
Riding The Broncos
While the Broncos record against the spread is just below average at 3-4, it does not compare to how bad WFT has done ATS. Washington has missed the spread six times this season and is missing the cover by almost a touchdown (6.8-point average).
Backing up the Broncos covering as well is that Washington’s defense is the worst in the league allowing teams to score 30 ppg. Their offense is also in the bottom half of the league averaging 20.9 ppg.
Denver is expected to have a field day on defense as they are top-5 in the league allowing opponents to put up just 18.1 ppg.
Denver is also getting back one of their most talented receivers in Week 8 with Jerry Jeudy after he went down in Week 1 with an ankle injury. All in all, fading the public on Washington Football Team’s odds and sticking with the sharps should be the way to go in this one.
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