I just have one chart for the NFL, displaying total team GPF. As you can see, the movement is fairly noisy from day to day, but some overall patterns are fairly clear. You can see how the market's faith in Arizona has slowly bled away over the past two months. Or how Denver's stock has continued to rise as Peyton Manning has put to rest any doubts about his ability to return from injury.
There are three charts for the NBA:
- GPF - Same as the NFL, an area chart showing day to day movement in team Generic Points Favored. It's pretty early in the season, so there's not a whole lot of movement.
- GPF+oGPF+dGPF - This chart displays team GPF along with its offensive and defensive components: oGPF and dGPF.
- GOU - Stands for Generic Over/Under. This is what you would expect the betting over/under to be when playing a league average team. This is a function of offense, defense, and pace. For comparison, the graph also displays the league average over/under (AOU).