NFL Betting Report - Who Are The Sharps & Wiseguys Backing On Week 6

Tennessee Titans Cheerleader

Jason Lake

Sunday, October 16, 2016 7:21 PM UTC

Sunday, Oct. 16, 2016 7:21 PM UTC

The wiseguys are going ballistic with their Week 6 NFL picks. They've got mountains of money on the Tennessee Titans as 7-point home faves versus the Cleveland Browns.


Record: 9-6 ATS, 4-7 Totals

One of these days, the Tennessee Titans will get it right. Honest. It feels like we've been saying that ever since the Vince Young Experience ground to a halt in 2010, and the Titans are still on the wrong side of .500 at 2-3 SU and ATS. But that could all change this Sunday (1:00 p.m. ET, CBS) when the Titans host the Cleveland Browns, the NFL's only winless team at 0-5 SU and 1-4 ATS.

The sharps can't wait to get their Titans on. They've unloaded their wallets and/or purses on Tennessee; our expanded consensus report shows the former Oilers pulling in 96 percent of the action, even though only 43 percent of bettors are on the home side as 7-point faves on the Week 6 NFL odds board. The average bet size on Tennessee is $1,346, easily this week's largest. Cleveland is drawing an average wager of $37. High rollers, baby.

Free NFL Pick: Tennessee –7 Best Line Offered: at Heritage

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Shop Smart

We mentioned earlier this week that Washington had come out of the gate strong at $849 a pop for Sunday's game (1:00 p.m. ET, FOX) against the Philadelphia Eagles, but we wanted to see more data roll in. Here it is: Washington is a confirmed sharp NFL pick at $770 to Philadelphia's $33. You can even get them as 3-point home dogs if you shop around. We'll buy that for a dollar.

And the Detroit Lions are still looking sharp as 3-point home faves for Sunday's tilt (1:00 p.m. ET, FOX) with the Los Angeles Rams. Our reports show Detroit banking 90 percent of the monies wagered, coming from 49 percent of the betting population. The average bet on the Lions: $215. On the Rams: $24. That'll buy you dinner for two at the Golden Arches, but not much else.

There are several other games where the money is piled heavily on one side, but it's the Titans who have overtaken everyone else when it comes to the big bucks. We're not about to disagree, especially now that Browns QB Josh McCown (collarbone) has been ruled out for another week or two. Rookie Cody Kessler hasn't been a total disaster, but he's playing hurt behind a beat-up offensive line, and Tennessee has one of the better defensive fronts in the NFL. Rack 'em up, and may the prolate spheroid be with you.


Free NFL Pick: Washington +3 Best Line Offered: at Bovada

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