from Chad Millman and Jimmy Vaccaro at ESPN.com:
Matchup: Baltimore Ravens at New England Patriots
Line moves: Pats opened at minus-6.5, lined moved to 7.5.
Jimmy says: "I opened at seven and went to minus-7.5 almost immediately off of a big play, and smarts have been buying it back since then. I would bet it is up to eight by Sunday morning. I anticipate the smarts will take the dog late. The public saw Tom Brady throw six touchdown passes last week. It happens more times than not with the favorite in that type of angle with a team that has a huge win then going against a team that has to travel and didn't look so good. If we are strong on anything, the money is on the Pats in parlays. The numbers of people using them is three times higher than just straight bets. So I will be on the Ravens with the wise guys."
Matchup: New York Giants at San Francisco 49ers
Line moves: Niners opened at minus-2, currently at minus-2.5
Jimmy says: "This is like a flashback to when the Niners mattered back in the day. I was in Reno last weekend and all the money in Northern Nevada is on them. Come back here to Vegas and it's all on the Giants. We actually opened at three and took a big bet on New York that pushed it down to minus-2, then there was some buyback just in case the Eli Manning illness turned out to be serious. I think this game will end up closer to minus-1 because the money will come in on the Giants. But I can tell that bookmakers will be rooting for the Niners."