PRN: One Player Moves the Spread 9 Points in NFL? BetOnline Says Manning Does
BetOnline Says Manning Does [07-September-2011] PANAMA CITY, September 7, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Peyton Manning never misses an NFL game.
One Player Moves the Spread 9 Points in NFL? BetOnline Says Manning Does
PANAMA CITY, September 7, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --
Peyton Manning never misses an NFL game. Point spreads never move nine points in the NFL. Apparently, there is a first time for everything.
Never before has the likely absence of one player moved a line nine points - but this is Peyton Manning and the fastest growing sportsbook in the US, BetOnline.com, says that changes the game significantly.
"Never in the history of the NFL has one player's absence had such a huge impact on the point spread," says Dave Mason at BetOnline. "Usually when a star quarterback is expected to miss a game, the spread will move somewhere between three to five points; never has it been anywhere near nine points. Maybe if half the squad was injured, or arrested the night before…."
Since entering the NFL back in 1998, Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning has never missed a start. However, now thanks to lingering soreness from off-season neck surgery, his streak of 208 consecutive regular season starts will most likely come to an end this Sunday as his Colts visit the Houston Texans.Â In full anticipation of Manning carrying a clipboard Sunday, BetOnline currently has the Colts as nine-point underdogs; that's a nine point move from where they originally opened at a "pick 'em".
Why such a drastic move?Â "Take a look at the Colts and what else do they have? Their defense is average… their running back is a glorified third down back… sure they have a nice receiver corps, but will 38-year old Kerry Collins--Manning's back-up--be able to get them the ball consistently? Doubtful," Mason explains.
The Colts are always a team that the betting public loves to back, but don't expect that to be the case this year if Manning isn't healthy. In fact, their odds to win the Super Bowl have plummeted from 9-1 all the way down to 18-1 at BetOnline. "That's as long of a long shot that the Colts have been in years," Mason says. "Take those odds and if Manning comes back strong, you've got a nice little lottery ticket in your pocket."
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