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NFL BAD BEATS BLOG: Follow the betting action of the week 17

Welcome to week 17 of the NFL season.

The best clashes include the Raiders against the Indianapolis Colts, the Arizona Cardinals against the Dallas Cowboys and the Minnesota Vikings against the Green Bay Packers in Sunday night’s game.

Update this blog throughout matches to keep up with bad beats, movement on the live betting line, halftime bets and more.

UPDATES

10:12 am: Jacobs was 8-1 at Westgate SuperBook and +850 at Boyd Gaming to score the first TD. He was +140 to score at all times.

10:11 am: The Raiders strike first. Josh Jacobs scores on a 2-yard rush and the Raiders lead the Colts 7-0 with 7:51 left in the first quarter. The Colts are -166 on the live line (Raiders +130), drop -3½, total 48½.

10:07 am: Washington takes over the Eagles. Jaret Patterson scores on an 11-yard rush and Washington leads 7-0 with 11:54 left in the first quarter. The Eagles have -135 on the live line (Washington +108), deviate -2½, total 50½.

9:55 am: The first games are about to start:

– Falcons (+650) at Bills (-14, 46, -1000), 10 a.m.

– Giants (+240) at Bears (-6½, 36½, -280), 10h

– Chiefs (-3½, 50½, -180) at Bengals (+160), 10h

– Dolphins (+150) to Titans (-3 -120, 41, -170), 10h

– Raiders (+320) at Colts (-8½, 46½, -380), 10h

– Jaguars (+900) at Patriots (-17, 41½, -1,600), 10 a.m.

– Boucaniers (-14½, 47½, -1000) to Jets (+650), 10h

– Eagles (-6, 44½, -260) in Washington (+220), 10am

– Rams (-7, 46½, -310) to Corbeaux (+260), 10h

9:40 am: Here are the biggest line moves this morning:

Falcons-Bills in total from 44 to 46

Dolphins-Titans in total from 40 to 41

Raiders-Colts in total from 45 to 46½

Bucs from -13 to -14½

Bucs-Jets total from 45½ to 47½

Eagles from -5 to -6

Rams from -6 to -7

49ers from -12½ to -13½

The Texans-49ers total 43½ to 44½

Seahawks from -7½ to -8½

9:30 am: Here is today’s schedule:

– Falcons (+650) at Bills (-14, 46, -1000), 10 a.m.

– Giants (+240) at Bears (-6½, 36½, -280), 10h

– Chiefs (-3½, 50½, -180) at Bengals (+160), 10h

– Dolphins (+150) to Titans (-3 -120, 41, -170), 10h

– Raiders (+320) at Colts (-8½, 46½, -380), 10h

– Jaguars (+900) at Patriots (-17, 41½, -1,600), 10 a.m.

– Boucaniers (-14½, 47½, -1000) to Jets (+650), 10h

– Eagles (-6, 44½, -260) in Washington (+220), 10am

– Rams (-7, 46½, -310) to Corbeaux (+260), 10h

– Broncos (+300) at Chargers (-8, 45, -360), 1:05 p.m.

– Texans (+550) to 49ers (-13½, 44½, -800), 1:05 pm

– Cardinals (+240) to Cowboys (-6½, 52, -280), 1:25 p.m.

– Panthers (+240) at Saints (-6½, 37, -280), 13:25

– Lions (+320) to Seahawks (-8½, 41, -380), 13:25

– Vikings (+550) at Packers (-13, 42, -800), 5:20 p.m.

9:15 am: Here are some of the accessories we will be tracking today for the Raiders-Colts:

Total teams: Raiders 18½, Colts 27½.

General accessories: the first score will be a touchdown (yes -160 / no +140); greatest lead 14½ points (over -145); longest TD 39½ yards; will play go into overtime (yes +1 100 / no -2,500); will there be a defensive TD or special teams (yes + 270 / no -330); will there be a successful 2 point conversion (yes + 300 / no -360); will both teams score baskets of 33 yards or more (yes + 110 / no -130); will there be a change of lead in the fourth quarter (yes + 320 / no -380); will either team score three times in a row (yes -240 / no +200); will there be a score in the last two minutes of the first half (yes -320 / no +265); will the game be tied again after 0-0 (yes + 130 / no -150).

Raiders Accessories: Derek Carr 24 completed passes, 35½ attempts, 250½ passing yards, longest 35½ yards, 1½ TD passes (under -160), will throw an interception (yes -140 / no +120); Josh Jacobs 55½ yards rushing, will score a touchdown (yes + 140 / no -160); Hunter Renfrow 59½ receiving yards, 6½ receiving (under -150), will score a touchdown (yes + 195 / no -230); Daniel Carlson 6½ hitting points (less than -140).

Colts Accessories: Carson Wentz 20½ completed passes, 30½ attempts, 221½ passing yards, longest 35½ yards, 1½ TD passes (under -138), will throw an interception (yes + 130 / no -150); Jonathan Taylor 109½ yards rushing, will score a touchdown (yes -250 / no +210); Michael Pittman Jr. 60½ receiving yards, 4½ receiving, will score a touchdown (yes + 150 / no -170); Michael Badgley 7½ hitting points (less than -130).

Contact Jim Barnes at jbarnes@reviewjournal.com or 702-383-0277. To follow @JimBarnesLV on Twitter.