Nobody is betting on Seahawks, which is why you should consider it

do you like it Seattle Seahawks Monday night? of course not. Nobody does.

As of Sunday morning, 89 percent of bets and 91 percent of money were on the spread for Monday night’s game on the Denver Broncos. These are huge numbers. That’s a big reason the spread moved from Denver -4.5 when it opened to the Bronco’s favored 6.5. in BetMGM.

This is when there is a profit from being on the island.

As hard as Seattle’s backing may be, all bets on the Broncos may have opened up an opportunity to take on the Ugly Dog. Everyone thinks Russell Wilson will get his revenge on his former team, but the Seahawks will be excited to take on his old teammate. Seattle fans will be excited for the first game of the season. Everyone gets a little effort to play Monday night. Whatever the top level in Seattle this season, we’ll likely see him on Monday night. The Broncos have not played a junior in pre-season, with new head coach Nathaniel Hackett, who might also be in Seattle’s favour. Denver can get off to a slow start.

Nobody likes the Seahawks this season, mostly due to Wilson’s departure and Seattle not doing much to replace him. But Gino Smith looked fine due to Wilson’s injury last season. He still has talented players around him, such as DK Metcalf, Tyler Lockett and Rashaad Penny.

The Seahawks are probably going to be really bad this season and the Broncos are rolling in. This is the risk in the face of any great underdog. But bookmakers always end up winning, and sometimes there is a winning ticket that can be against a favorite who has more than 90 percent of the money.

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Geno Smith leads his team in the opening game against the Broncos on Monday night. (AP Photo/Stephen Brashear)

Here’s our first look at our sports betting list for Monday:

Any underpinnings of the multinational force?

Since it’s a very light sports day elsewhere, you might as well get some extra excitement on Broncos vs. I’ll take over 13.5 holders for the Broncos running back Jafonte Williams. The Broncos have been a bit vague about their backcourt plan, but I don’t think Melvin Gordon III said the team was planning on Williams to be the best full-back Just for comedy. It’s also possible for the Broncos to get a big lead early and run a lot after that. More than 57.5 yards from the Williams dash looks good too, but I think the safest bet is that it hits 14 gigs.

I’ll also take over 28.5 yards for the Bronco’s tight end Albert Okwijpunam. He was a great breakout pick and then everyone got scared when he played in pre-season where the Broncos sat. I remain confident that Okwuegbunam will have a nice season and 29 yards isn’t much to ask for.

MLB has nine games

Some MLB teams leave on Monday, but there are still five games left including the afternoon session between the Texas Rangers and the Miami Marlins. This won’t bring in a lot of bets, but it’s some daytime action. Marlins are my favorite -135.

Today’s best game is the Tampa Bay Rays at the Toronto Blue Jays. Both are comfortable in AL wild-card positions, although the Rays have an outside chance of capturing the New York Yankees in the AL East. It doesn’t really matter because everyone will be watching the NFL anyway.

What is your best bet?

Let’s go with the Seahawks. It’s the kind of pick that might look really dumb by the end of the first quarter but these are the kinds of NFL bets that often win.