If you guys like St. Louis, I would suggest taking them on the moneyline (if websites offer it). Very good pick at +115. For those of you who may not know, moneyline is betting without the spread. It pays better for dogs/worse for favs. A + before the number means you win that much for every 100 bucks. Like the Rams at +115 means if you bet 100 bucks, no spread, and won, you'd win 115. Obviously, a - means the opposite. A team that's -125 means you'd have to bet 125 to win 100. This is a good system to take away the house edge, when you figure a spread game is automatically -110 either way. When the Bucs beat the Raiders in the Super Bowl, the casinos actually lost money on the game because many bettors took TB on the moneyline. Casinos set the spreads not necessarily on how they think the game will turn out, but to get people to bet 50/50 either way, so with the automatic -110 odds, they keep 10% or so of all money bet regardless. Hope that helps some of you, and good luck in your wagering.
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