- The San Francisco have -115 odds to cover a 1.5-point spread over the Denver Broncos.
- Public betting splits have shifted the line from 4 points to 1-point between the New York Giants and Dallas Cowboys.
NEW YORK – Week 3 of the NFL season has some heavy-hitting primetime matchups including the San Francisco 49ers and Denver Broncos on Sunday Night Football with a 1.5-point spread in favor of San Francisco. Capping off Week 3 for Monday Night Football, the New York Giants and Dallas Cowboys face off in what is expected to be a close matchup at just a 1-point spread.
With both of these games expected to be close on NFL betting sites, one of the best ways to gauge where to lean is by looking at where the public is betting.
Sunday Night Football: San Francisco 49ers Vs. Denver Broncos
San Francisco 49ers Vs. Denver Broncos
- Moneyline: 49ers (-125) vs. Broncos (+105)
- Spread: 49ers -1.5
- Total: 44.5 Points
Both the 49ers and Broncos have gotten off to similar 1-1 starts to their seasons and are each looking to make the jump over a .500 record. As for where the public is leaning on this one, despite being a road team favorite, bettors have been true to the 49ers odds and have been siding with the favorites here and by a wide margin.
On the moneyline, San Francisco is looking at just 59% of total bets placed, however, they are taking in 80% of all money being bet on the outcome. As for the spread, the 49ers are taking even more action with 74% of total bets places and a whopping 84% of the betting handle compared to the Broncos odds which are seeing just 16% of the handle.
Monday Night Football: New York Giants Vs. Dallas Cowboys
New York Giants Vs. Dallas Cowboys
- Moneyline: Giants (-115) vs. Cowboys (-105)
- Spread: Giants -1
- Total: 39 Points
The main storyline in this MNF matchup is that if the Giants do come out on top and extend to a 3-0 record, it’ll be their first time since 2009 to have accomplished this. Luckily for them, they are playing right at home with the odds in their favor.
The public has been split with the odds for this game as the Cowboys moneyline odds are taking 51% of the total bets made while the Giants odds are taking 63% of the handle. It’s a similar story on the spread but in a different direction as the Giants are the ones taking 51% of the bets while it’s the Cowboys taking 61% of the money to cover +1 point.
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