Light snow still falling in Denver, but field conditions look clear, according to a picture posted on twitter from 9News Denver. Over/under holding steady at 50.
Here is how the Bears-Dolphins point spread moved this week at the Westgate SuperBook in Las Vegas, with Miami QB Ryan Tannehill eventually being ruled out. Line archive courtesy of Don Best Sports.
Weather is expected to play a factor in Denver, where the Broncos host the Rams this afternoon. The over/under, which opened as high as 53, is down to 50.5 at sportsbooks. (Picture by ESPN's Lindsey Thiry).
The Westgate SuperBook in Las Vegas began the day with lopsided betting action on the Minnesota Vikings, Pittsburgh Steelers and Kansas City Chiefs. The Vikings are 10.5-point favorites over the visiting Arizona Cardinals. The Steelers are 1.5-point road underdogs at the Cincinnati Bengals. The Chiefs are 3.5-point road underdogs at the New England Patriots. Bookmakers say as much 90 percent of money bet on NFL games is placed during the three hours leading up to kikcoff.
The Dolphins-Bears point spread climbed to as high as Chicago -6 Sunday morning, with Miami QB Ryan Tannehill’s status in question. The Bear opened as 2-point favorites. Tannehill was limited in practice Friday and was listed as questionable. The over/under, which opened as high as 43.5, was down to 41.5 Sunday morning.
The Westgate SuperBook in Las Vegas says its biggest needs at this point are the Buffalo Bills, Cleveland Browns and Seattle Seahawks. The Bills are 6-point home underdogs to the Tennessee Titans. The Browns are 3.5-point home underdogs to the Baltimore Ravens, and the Seahawks are 7.5-point home underdogs to the Los Angeles Rams.