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Shifting Spreads and Over/Under in Week 4

NFL Line Movement: Week 4

The betting line for NFL games can change on a moments notice. Favorites become underdogs and underdogs become favorites. When it comes to the line for NFL games, it is absolutely a living, breathing, movement generating number and DraftKings does a great job of keeping everything updated.

Every week Jim Cramer and Bill Enright look at some of the games that have a big swing in the odds. Was a quarterback ruled out? Did a key player get diagnosed with COVID? Is there nasty weather in the forecast? All of it (and more) can impact the line being adjusted. Heavy action being bet on the favorite?

For Week 4 several games have seen somewhat significant line movement. Here’s what Jim Cramer and Bill Enright are keeping an eye on.

  • Big news out of Chicago with Nick Foles being named the starter for Week 4. The
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NFL Week 4 picks: Predictions, point spreads, betting lines for every game | Patriots-Chiefs, Browns-Cowboys, more

Week 4 is here, NFL fans!

Football came roaring back, and the season is now about to get into full swing. Week 4 provides an incredible slate of games for our experts to dissect from every angle.

Now we can get back to the business of picking all the games correctly. Along with Thursday, Sunday, Sunday night, Monday night entertainment and fantasy football, something else has returned to our weekly NFL fix: Point spreads and watching each and every score throughout the league.

Get betting tips on these games at nj.com/betting/nfl

During each week of the 2020 season, our experts will weigh in with picks for the week. I’ll be joined by the beat writers for each of the NFL teams (Eagles, Giants and Jets) covered by NJ Advance Media.

Denver Broncos (-3) at New York Jets

Thursday, Oct. 1, 8:20 p.m. ET

Chris Ryan: Jets

Darryl Slater: Broncos

Mike

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MediaCentral Enters into Affiliate Partnership with Spreads Canada’s Premier Online Sports and Casino Gaming Organization

Company taps into growing online betting and gaming industry with latest affiliate marketing partnership as it continues to identify and source new digital streams of revenue

  • New partnership with Spreads expands MediaCentral’s successful affiliate marketing program
  • Existing affiliate program continues to drive new digital revenue and is accelerating at a rate of 18 per cent month-over-month
  • Partnership with Spreads leverages ECentralSports and capitalizes on Canada’s growing online gaming market, estimated at $31 billion in gross revenue annually1
  • Affiliate marketing continues to exponentially grow with the industry estimated at $12 billion dollars globally in 20172

TORONTO, ON / ACCESSWIRE / September 24, 2020 / Media Central Corporation Inc. ( CSE:FLYY )( FSE:3AT ) (“MediaCentral” or the “Company”) today announced that it has entered into an affiliate partnership with Canada’s premier online sports betting and casino gambling site Spreads. The partnership will be featured on the digital platforms of MediaCentral’s flagship

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How COVID spreads on longhaul flights: Single passenger infects 15 others on 10-hour trip to Vietnam

A single passenger infected 15 others with COVID-19 on a 10-hour trip from London to Vietnam, a new study published by the Centers for Centers for Disease Control has shown. 

The report shows how the unidentified woman, 27, unknowingly spread the virus back in March. It shows how the female traveler, who had a sore throat prior to flying, infected 12 passengers in business class, two in economy and a crew member out of the 217 on board.

‘She was seated in business class and continued to experience the sore throat and cough throughout the flight’, the report in the journal Emerging Infectious Diseases states. Days later the 27-year-old businesswoman tested positive for coronavirus. 

In the coming days, the number of U.S. deaths is set to hit 200,000, according to the official tally, though the real number is certainly higher. The virus has infected more than 6.7 million Americans. Nearly 

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