A NFL consensus refers to the overall betting percentages, and money bet across major sportsbooks that indicate which teams are receiving the most public bets.
NFL consensus picks show the percentage of bets placed on each team at major sportsbooks. Higher percentages indicate which teams are attracting more bets and public money.
You should not blindly trust NFL consensus picks, as they simply show public betting trends and which teams are attracting the most bets. The public is often wrong in NFL betting, so consensus should be just one data point in your research process rather than the deciding factor for your bets.
A NFL public bet percentage refers to the percentage of total bets and money placed on a NFL game. High public bet percentages, like 70% or more, indicate that casual bettors strongly favor one side in a game.
The NFL consensus should not directly determine your betting decisions, but can be a useful factor when combined with your own research. Massive one-sided public money may occasionally signal sharp action on a consensus team. However, the public is often wrong on NFL bets, so blindly following or fading consensus picks is generally not an optimal strategy.
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