NFL Odds Week 2: Lines, Spreads, Betting Trends For Every Game

NFL Odds Week 2

Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
Eagles vs
Vikings
-5.5 (-118)
+5.5 (-104)
o48.5 (-115)
u48.5 (-105)
-255
+210
Falcons vs
Packers
-3 (-105)
+3 (-115)
o40.5 (-105)
u40.5 (-115)
-154
+130
Titans vs
Chargers
+2.5 (-104)
-2.5 (-125)
o45.5 (-110)
u45.5 (-118)
+122
-156
Bills vs
Raiders
-7.5 (-108)
+7.5 (-120)
o46.5 (-115)
u46.5 (-105)
-370
+265
Lions vs
Seahawks
-4.5 (-110)
+4.5 (-110)
o47.5 (-105)
u47.5 (-115)
-220
+184
Texans vs
Colts
-1 (-110)
+1 (-110)
o39.5 (-118)
u39.5 (-104)
-118
even
Buccaneers vs
Bears
-2.5 (-106)
+2.5 (-114)
o40.5 (-115)
u40.5 (-105)
-130
+110
Bengals vs
Ravens
-3.5 (even)
+3.5 (-122)
o45.5 (-112)
u45.5 (-108)
-172
+144
Jaguars vs
Chiefs
+3.5 (-115)
-3.5 (-105)
o50.5 (-110)
u50.5 (-110)
+144
-172
Rams vs
49ers
+7.5 (-115)
-7.5 (-105)
o45.5 (-105)
u45.5 (-115)
+275
-340
Cardinals vs
Giants
+4.5 (-110)
-4.5 (-110)
o39.5 (-118)
u39.5 (-104)
+176
-210
Cowboys vs
Jets
-8.5 (-114)
+8.5 (-114)
o39.5 (-114)
u39.5 (-114)
-480
+330
Broncos vs
Commanders
-3.5 (-110)
+3.5 (-110)
o38.5 (-115)
u38.5 (-105)
-186
+156
Patriots vs
Dolphins
+1.5 (-115)
-1.5 (-105)
o46.5 (-110)
u46.5 (-110)
+108
-126
Panthers vs
Saints
+3 (-105)
-3 (-115)
o39.5 (-115)
u39.5 (-105)
+140
-168
Steelers vs
Browns
+2.5 (-118)
-2.5 (-104)
o39.5 (-105)
u39.5 (-115)
+120
-142

NFL odds for Week 2 feature an intriguing rematch from last season's playoffs: Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs vs. Trevor Lawrence and the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Also, the New York Jets visit the Dallas Cowboys, though the Jets stunningly will not have Aaron Rodgers on Sunday nor the rest of the season.

Here’s everything you need to know about the NFL odds Week 2 market: opening lines, spreads and betting trends for every game, as multiple oddsmakers provide insights on NFL Week 2 odds and action. Check back regularly for updates.

NFL Odds for Every Game of NFL Week 2

New Orleans Saints vs Carolina Panthers Odds

Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
  • Opening point spread: Saints -2.5
  • Opening moneyline: Saints -170/Panthers +145
  • Opening total: Over/Under 41 points scored
  • Time: 7:15 p.m. ET Monday (ESPN)

UPDATE 5 P.M. ET MONDAY: With kickoff about two hours out, the Saints are -3 (-115) at PointsBet, a Fanatics Experience. New Orleans opened -3 and had a couple of brief stints at -3.5 before getting bet back down each time.

Bettors are heavily on New Orleans, at 81% of spread tickets and dollars.

PointsBet moved the total from 40.5 to 39.5 on two-way play. The Over is getting 59% of tickets/53% of money.

UPDATE 7 P.M. ET FRIDAY: The Saints hit BetMGM's NFL odds Week 2 market at -2.5 (-115) and spent pretty much all week at various iterations of -3. The juice has been as low as -105 and as high -120, and the Saints are now -3 flat.

New Orleans is taking 62% of spread bets, but 55% of spread cash is on underdog Carolina.

BetMGM opened the total at 40.5, peaked at 41 and bottomed out twice at 39.5, where the number sits now. The Under is getting 66% of early bets, while 74% of early cash is on the Over.

UPDATE 11 P.M. ET SUNDAY: It wasn't pretty, but New Orleans (1-0 SU/0-1 ATS) edged Tennessee 16-15 as a 3-point home fave. Carolina (0-1 SU and ATS) was a 3.5-point road pup and lost to Atlanta 24-10.

The Saints-Panthers line has already inched up to New Orleans -3 in The SuperBook's NFL odds Week 2 market. The total backed up a half-point to 40.5.

Cleveland Browns vs Pittsburgh Steelers Odds

Nick Chubb and the Browns took it to the Bengals in Week 1. (Getty)
Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
  • Opening point spread: Pick
  • Opening moneyline: Cleveland -125/Pittsburgh +105
  • Opening total: Over/Under 42 points scored
  • Time: 8:15 p.m. ET Monday (ABC)

UPDATE 5:30 P.M. ET MONDAY: Cleveland is a 2-point favorite in PointsBet's NFL odds Week 2 market. That's after the Browns opened -1 and topped out at -2.5.

Spread tickets are running 2.5/1 and spread money 2/1 on Cleveland.

The total is the bigger mover, dropping from a 42.5 opener down to 38, then rebounding a bit this afternoon to 39. It's two-way action, with 59% of bets/53% of money on the Over.

UPDATE 7 P.M. ET FRIDAY: BetMGM opened Cleveland -1.5 (-105) and has been at -2.5 since late Tuesday afternoon. Ticket count is 2.5/1 and money 3/1-plus on the Browns.

The total plunged from 42.5 to 38.5 by midweek and hasn't moved since. Ticket count is 2.5/1 and money 9/1 on the Under.

UPDATE 4 P.M. ET WEDNESDAY: This line jumped the fence at TwinSpires, moving from Steelers -1 to Browns -2. Cleveland is drawing 60% of early spread bets/77% of early spread money.

"It's a mix of sharp and public play on the Browns. Pittsburgh is another home 'dog we'll likely need come Monday," Lucas Said.

The total is at 39 from a 40 opener, with 55% of tickets on the Over/58% of money on the Under.

UPDATE 11 P.M. ET SUNDAY: Cleveland, a 1.5-point Week 1 home underdog, put the clamps on Joe Burrow and Cincinnati. The Browns (1-0 SU and ATS) rumbled to a 24-3 victory.

Pittsburgh (0-1 SU and ATS) was a trendy Week 1 spread play against San Francisco. But the Steelers were never in it, losing 30-7.

The SuperBook moved the Browns-Steelers line from pick to Cleveland -1 tonight.

"Our lookahead was Pittsburgh -1. But after the Steelers looked really bad against San Francisco and Cleveland played well against Cincinnati, there was some push to make Cleveland a road favorite," Michaelson said. "We eventually settled on pick 'em, with the total dropping 1.5 points from the lookahead.

"It's tough to predict how the public will approach this game. On one hand, Cleveland looked way better than Pittsburgh today. But at the same time, the public could view this as a must-win for Pittsburgh and expect a better effort."

The first line move tonight was toward the visitor, with The SuperBook pushing Cleveland to -1.

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Miami Dolphins vs New England Patriots Odds

Mac Jones and the Patriots will likely be a need for oddsmakers. (Getty)
Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
  • Opening point spread: Dolphins -2
  • Opening moneyline: Dolphins -130/Patriots +110
  • Opening total: Over/Under 45.5
  • Time: 8:20 p.m. ET Sunday (NBC)

UPDATE 6 P.M. ET FRIDAY: BetMGM opened the Dolphins at -2.5 (-105) and has been at -3 flat since Wednesday. Miami is taking 60% of spread tickets, but spread money is almost even. However, much like the Cowboys, Dolphins moneyline is a popular parlay play.

"The biggest need for the sportsbook will likely be the Patriots on Sunday Night Football," BetMGM trading team lead Seamus Magee said. "New England pulling the upset would cancel many parlays."

BetMGM's total is up a point to 46.5, but it's two-way action, with tickets and money almost dead even.

UPDATE 4 P.M. ET WEDNESDAY: Miami hit TwinSpires' NFL odds Week 2 market at -2, advanced to -2.5 and just ticked up to -3. Early tickets are running 3/1 and money beyond 5/1 on the Dolphins.

"Lopsided tickets and money on Miami. The home 'dog on prime time will be a massive need," Lucas said.

The total hasn't moved off 46.5 at TwinSpires, with 61% of bets/67% of money on the Over.

UPDATE 11 P.M. ET SUNDAY: Miami (1-0 SU and ATS) notched a solid Week 1 road victory. The Dolphins went to Los Angeles as 3-point 'dogs and got a last-minute TD to win a 36-34 shootout against the Chargers.

New England (0-1 SU and ATS) spotted Philadelphia a 16-0 first-quarter lead, then rebounded to make a game of it. Still, the Pats fell 25-20 getting 3.5 points at home.

"I think the Dolphins surprised some people today, with Tua Tagovailoa outdueling Justin Herbert and the Chargers," Michaelson said. "This line is similar to our lookahead, with the total going up a half-point after the shootout in Los Angeles. As a standalone Sunday night game, we will almost certainly need the home 'dog.

"The public will likely have moneyline parlays tied to the Dolphins, as all week the narrative will be about how good Tagovailoa and Tyreek Hill looked."

San Francisco 49ers vs Los Angeles Rams Odds

Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
  • Opening point spread: 49ers -6.5
  • Opening moneyline: 49ers -400/Rams +300
  • Opening total: Over/Under 42 points scored
  • Time: 4:05 p.m. ET Sunday (FOX)

UPDATE 3:15 P.M. ET SUNDAY: With 50 minutes until kickoff, TwinSpires Sportsbook has the Niners laying 7, after opening at -7.5. San Francisco is netting 66% of spread tickets/62% of spread money.

"Every teaser has San Francisco in it. Rams outright would make our day," TwinSpires director of retail sports Zachary Lucas said.

The total nudged from 44.5 to 45, with 60% of tickets/58% of money on the Over.

UPDATE 6:30 P.M. ET FRIDAY: After opening at Niners -6.5, BetMGM has bounced around this week. San Fran climbed to -8.5 by Monday afternoon, then receded to -7.5 Thursday afternoon.

Early spread bettors are leaning toward the Rams, at 62% of ticket/54% of money. Further, moneyline tickets are 2/1 and moneyline cash 3/1 on Los Angeles, which is currently +280.

BetMGM's total reached its peak of 45.5 this afternoon, up 3 points from the 42.5 opener. Tickets and money are running 4/1 on the Over.

UPDATE 11 P.M. ET SUNDAY: San Francisco (1-0 SU and ATS) closed as a 1.5-point favorite at Pittsburgh. It was never close, as the Niners bolted to a 20-0 lead en route to a 30-7 victory.

Meanwhile, Los Angeles (1-0 SU and ATS) notched one of the more surprising Week 1 results. The Rams were 4.5-point 'dogs at Seattle and trailed 13-7 at halftime. But L.A. scored the final 23 points of the game, winning 30-13.

Neither the line nor total moved tonight in The SuperBook's NFL odds Week 2 market.

New York Giants vs Arizona Cardinals Odds

Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
  • Opening point spread: Giants -5.5
  • Opening moneyline: Giants -220/Cardinals +180
  • Opening total: Over/Under 37.5 points scored
  • Time: 4:05 p.m. Sunday ET (FOX)

UPDATE 3:15 PM. ET SUNDAY: The Giants toggled from -4 to -4.5 and back to -4 over the course of the week at TwinSpires Sportsbook. Still, ticket count is 3/1 and money 2/1 on New York.

"The public is lining up on the Giants," TwinSpires' Zachary Lucas said.

TwinSpires' total is down a tick from 40 to 39.5, with 52% of tickets on the Over/56% of money on the Under.

UPDATE 6:30 P.M. ET FRIDAY: The Giants went from -4.5 to -5.5 Tuesday at BetMGM, then by Thursday afternoon backed up to -4. Still, spread tickets almost 3/1 and spread money 6/1 on New York.

BetMGM moved the total from 38.5 to 40 by Monday night, then inched to 39.5 Wednesday afternoon. The Under is getting 61% of tickets, while 60% of money is on the Over.

UPDATE 11 P.M. ET SUNDAY: Arizona was the consummate bet-against team on the spread in Week 1, but did the bookmakers a big favor. The Cardinals (0-1 SU/1-0 ATS) lost to Washington 20-16, covering as a 7-point road underdog.

New York could only wish it was as competitive under the Sunday night lights. The Giants (0-1 SU and ATS) got steamrolled 40-0 as 3-point home pups to the Cowboys.

During that Sunday night game, The SuperBook took Giants-Cards off the NFL Week 2 odds board. The game will go back up Monday morning.

New York Jets vs Dallas Cowboys Odds

Dak Prescott and the Cowboys shellacked the Giants in Week 1. (Getty)
Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
  • Opening point spread: Cowboys -3
  • Opening moneyline: Cowboys -190/Jets +160
  • Opening total: Over/Under 45 points scored
  • Time: 4:25 p.m. ET Sunday (CBS)

UPDATE 3:30 P.M. ET SUNDAY: Dallas went from -8.5 to -9, then back to -8.5 at TwinSpires Sportsbook. But tickets and money are approaching 3/1 on the Cowboys.

"The public is all over the Cowboys vs. the Zach Wilson-led Jets. The Jets will be a sizable need," TwinSpires' Zachary Lucas said.

TwinSpires' total is down to 38.5 from a 41.5 opener, which was only that low because of the Aaron Rodgers injury in Week 1. The Under is drawing 61% of tickets/72% of money.

"It's a mix of sharp and public play on the Under," Lucas said.

UPDATE 6 P.M. ET FRIDAY: Dallas is 9-point favorite at BetMGM, way up from the -3 opener late Sunday night. That's entirely due to New York losing QB Aaron Rodgers to a torn Achilles against Buffalo on Monday night.

BetMGM reopened the game Tuesday at Cowboys -7.5 and got bet up to -9.5 multiple times. It's been Dallas -9 since Wednesday night.

All that noted, early point-spread play isn't overwhelming on the Cowboys. Dallas is taking 54% of tickets/66% of money. More so, parlay bettors seem to think Dallas moneyline is akin to a free space on a bingo card.

"The Cowboys to win are a popular pick in parlays. An upset by the Jets would be great," BetMGM trader Seamus Magee said.

The total also saw a huge move, anticipating a significant drop-off from Rodgers to Zach Wilson. BetMGM opened at 45.5, reopened at 42 Tuesday morning and fell all the way to 38.5 by Wednesday night.

The Under is getting 82% of early bets/95% of early dollars.

UPDATE 1 P.M. ET WEDNESDAY: This matchup got a shock to its system with Aaron Rodgers' season-ending Achilles injury. Rodgers lasted just four plays in his New York Jets debut Monday night against the Buffalo Bills.

Perhaps just as shocking, the Jets (1-0 SU and ATS) rallied to a 22-16 overtime victory as 2.5-point home 'dogs against the Bills.

But Tuesday morning, when Rodgers' status was confirmed, oddsmakers put little stock in Zach Wilson and the Jets for Week 2. Some books reopened the Cowboys at -7.5, up from -3.5 after Dallas' 40-0 rout of the New York Giants and from the -3 opener prior to that win.

Even the move to -7.5 wasn't enough. Bettors quickly drove the Cowboys to -8.5, then -9.5. TwinSpires Sportsbook reopened at Cowboys -8.5 and is now at -9.

Dallas is attracting 70% of early spread tickets/74% of early spread money.

"The public is all over the Cowboys vs. the Wilson-led Jets," Lucas said.

Books that opened this matchup before the Cowboys' Sunday night rout of the Giants had the total at 45.5 and reopened at 42 Tuesday morning. TwinSpires opened at 41.5 and is down to 39.5, with 58% of tickets/66% of money on the Under.

TwinSpires' moneyline stretched to Cowboys -455/Jets +330.

UPDATE 11 P.M. ET SUNDAY: The Cowboys (1-0 SU and ATS) opened in blazing fashion, bashing the host Giants 40-0 as 3-point road favorites. The Jets are still on the clock in Week 1, hosting the Buffalo Bills on Monday night.

Jets-Cowboys opened Dallas -3 just before the Cowboys-Giants game. Once that Sunday nighter commenced, Jets-Cowboys was taken off the NFL odds Week 2 market. The matchup will go back up Monday morning.

Regardless of the number Monday, this will be a much-hyped game.

"Public interest in the Cowboys is always high. But it's hard to quantify how much Aaron Rodgers will change the interest in the Jets, especially if he and the Jets look good [Monday] night," Michaelson said, before discussing the total. "We opened a point lower [than the lookahead] on the total because of the overall league environment. We saw a lot of Unders, so we anticipate sharp play on league-wide Unders, with teams giving their starters less and less time in the preseason.

Washington Commanders vs Denver Broncos Odds

Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
  • Opening point spread: Broncos -3.5
  • Opening moneyline: Broncos -190/Commanders +160
  • Opening total: Over/Under 40.5 points scored
  • Time: 4:25 p.m. ET Sunday (CBS)

UPDATE 3:30 P.M. ET SUNDAY: Denver opened -3 and moved to -3.5 at TwinSpires. Opinions are split, with 58% of tickets on the Commanders and 62% of money on the Broncos.

"It's Pros vs. Joes, with the Pros on Denver," TwinSpires' Zachary Lucas said.

The total fell from 40 to 38.5, with 57% of tickets/64% of cash on the Under.

UPDATE 7 P.M. ET FRIDAY: Denver has been painted to -3.5 all week at BetMGM, with not so much as a juice adjustment. The Broncos are netting 53% of spread tickets, while 61% of spread money is on the underdog Commanders.

Further, moneyline tickets are 2/1-plus and moneyline cash almost 3/1 on Washington (+150).

BetMGM's total dropped from 40.5 to 38 by Wednesday morning. The number rebounded to 39 Wednesday afternoon, then went to 38.5 this afternoon. Ticket count is 3/1 and money 6/1 on the Under.

UPDATE 11 P.M. ET SUNDAY: The beginning of the Sean Payton era proved no better than what Denver endured last season. The Broncos (0-1 SU and ATS), 3-point home faves, lost to the Raiders 17-16.

Washington (1-0 SU/0-1 ATS) didn't look great against Arizona, but won 20-16 as a 4-point home chalk.

Kansas City Chiefs vs Jacksonville Jaguars Odds

Patrick Mahomes' Chiefs are short favorites in the NFL Week 2 odds market. (Getty)
Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
  • Opening point spread: Chiefs -2.5
  • Opening moneyline: Chiefs -140/Jaguars +120
  • Opening total: Over/Under 50.5 points scored
  • Time: 1 p.m. ET Sunday (CBS)

UPDATE 11:15 A.M. ET SUNDAY: Less than two hours before kickoff, the Chiefs are -3 (-115) at PointsBet, a Fanatics Experience. Kansas City opened -2.5 (-115) last Sunday night, reached -3.5 Wednesday and has since toggled between -3.5 and -3, at various juice.

Spread ticket count is 2.5/1 and spread money 4/1 on the favored Chiefs. In fact, among all teams in Sunday's NFL odds Week 2 market, K.C. is taking the most spread tickets. And FWIW: Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce is taking the most tickets and money in the anytime touchdown prop market.

PointsBet opened the total at 51, peaked at 52 early in the week and is now at 50.5. Contrary to the move, tickets are 2.5/1 and money 5/1 on the Over.

UPDATE 5:30 P.M. ET FRIDAY: K.C. opened as a 2.5-point chalk Sunday night at BetMGM. The line advanced to Chiefs -3 Monday and has since made a couple trips to -3.5, where it sits now, at -105 juice.

It's all Chiefs early on the spread, at 84% of tickets/90% of money, including smarter action.

"Sharp bettors are on the Chiefs to bounce back in Jacksonville in Week 2," BetMGM trader Seamus Magee said.

The total opened at 50.5 and touched 51.5 a couple times, the latest coming this morning. Ticket count is 2/1-plus and money 7/1 on the Over.

UPDATE 4 P.M. ET WEDNESDAY: TwinSpires Sportsbook pegged K.C. -2.5 to open, spent time at -3 and just went to -3.5. Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce (knee), who missed Week 1, practiced in a limited capacity today. And disruptive defensive lineman Chris Jones, who ended his holdout Monday, practiced and is expected to play Sunday.

All that noted, it's two-way spread play at TwinSpires, with 53% of early tickets on the Jags/55% of early money on the Chiefs.

"Great two-way action so far, midweek," Lucas said.

The total opened at 50.5 and is now at 51, with ticket count 2.5/1 and money almost 5/1 on the Over.

"Like with any K.C. game, the Over is a very popular play," Lucas said.

UPDATE 10 P.M. ET SUNDAY: Defending Super Bowl champion Kansas City was dealt a stunning Week 1 setback on its home field. The Chiefs (0-1 SU and ATS) closed as 4-point home favorites against Detroit and lost 21-20.

Jacksonville (1-0 SU and ATS) got two late-fourth-quarter TDs to put away Indianapolis 31-21. The Jags got the cover giving 3.5 points on the road.

These two teams met in the AFC Divisional Round last season. Kansas City won 27-20, but Jacksonville cashed as a 10-point road underdog.

"We were at Kansas City -3 on the lookahead [last week] and re-opened -2.5 after K.C.'s struggles on Thursday night," Michaelson said. "Some of this will depend on the health of Travis Kelce. But we felt re-opening at 3 on the road would be inviting more of the wiseguys [on Jacksonville].

"We expect the public to load up on Kansas City, as they typically would, especially if there's positive news on Kelce's health."

The line and total are stable tonight in The SuperBook's NFL odds Week 2 market.

Baltimore Ravens vs Cincinnati Bengals Odds

Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
  • Opening point spread: Bengals -3
  • Opening moneyline: Bengals -190/Ravens +160
  • Opening total: Over/Under 45.5 points scored
  • Time: 1 p.m. ET Sunday (CBS)

UPDATE 12:30 P.M. ET SUNDAY: With kickoff approaching, the Bengals just dipped from -3.5 (-105) to -3 (-120) at BetMGM.

"A lot of bettors are buying the hook to -3 on the Bengals. We would like to see the Ravens cover 3," BetMGM trading team lead Seamus Magee said.

Magee also noted the total, currently 45.5, is seeing "decent two-way action."

UPDATE 6 P.M. ET FRIDAY: BetMGM opened the Bengals -3 (-105) and has spent most of the week at -3.5, at various juice. The line is currently Cincy -3.5 (-105). Ticket count is dead even, while 60% of money is on the Bengals.

The total backed up from 45.5 to 44.5 Monday, but it's spent most of the week at its peak of 46.5. That said, 84% of early tickets/72% of early dollars are on the Under.

UPDATE 4 P.M. ET WEDNESDAY: Cincinnati opened and remains -2.5 on TwinSpires' NFL Week 2 odds board. Early bettors are on the road underdog, with tickets just shy of 2/1 and money 2.5/1 on the Ravens.

"The Ravens are the trendy 'dog of the week. Bettors can't stay away from the +3.5," Lucas said.

The total crept from 46.5 to 46, with 52% of tickets/59% of money on the Over.

UPDATE 10 P.M. ET SUNDAY: Joe Burrow led Cincinnati to the Super Bowl two seasons ago and the AFC Championship Game last year. But the Bengals (0-1 SU and ATS) didn't look like either of those teams in Week 1.

Cincy flatlined in a 24-3 road loss to Cleveland, mustering only a second-quarter field goal as a 1-point road chalk.

On the flip side, Baltimore (1-0 SU and ATS) did what was expected against Houston. The Ravens notched a 25-9 victory laying 9.5 points at home. But running back J.K. Dobbins suffered a torn Achilles and is done for the season.

These AFC North rivals met three times last season. Baltimore won and cashed at home, but Cincinnati later beat the Ravens in back-to-back contests (1-0-1 ATS), in Week 18 and an AFC Wild Card game. But Baltimore didn't have Lamar Jackson for either of those meetings.

"Our lookahead was Cincy -3.5. But after the offense looked pretty inept today, we re-opened Cincy -3," Michaelson said this evening. "Going any lower than a field goal would invite the wiseguys to lay it with a team that still has a higher power rating than the Ravens, at home. It'll be interesting to see how the public looks at this game, because they've grown to trust Joe Burrow and the Bengals at home.

"But at the same time, it didn't look like the Joe Burrow of old today."

Seattle Seahawks vs Detroit Lions Odds

The Lions had plenty to celebrate in Week 1 and are Week 2 favorites. (Gettty)
Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
  • Opening point spread: Lions -4.5
  • Opening moneyline: Lions -240/Seahawks +190
  • Opening total: Over/Under 50.5 points scored
  • Time: 1 p.m. ET Sunday (FOX)

UPDATE 10 A.M. ET SUNDAY: With kickoff three hours out, Detroit is a 4.5-point favorite at BetMGM, with the number stagnant since Thursday. Since Friday, spread action has shifted significantly toward the Lions, at 2/1 tickets and money.

Detroit is taking the third-most spread tickets/second-most spread money among all teams on the NFL Week 3 Sunday docket.

The total opened at 50.5, fell to 47 by Tuesday and has been painted at 47 since then. But tickets and money are in the 3/1 range on the Over.

UPDATE 6 P.M. ET FRIDAY: BetMGM opened the Lions -5.5 and initially nudged up to -6 Monday afternoon. On Wednesday morning, the line returned to -5.5, then Thursday morning went to -4.5, where it sits now.

It's two-way spread play, with 55% of tickets/51% of money on the home favorite Detroit.

BetMGM's total dropped from 50.5 to 47 by Tuesday afternoon and hasn't moved since. The Over is getting 58% of tickets, while 56% of money is on the Under.

UPDATE 11 P.M. ET SUNDAY: In Week 1, Detroit picked up right where it left off last season. The Lions, catching 4 points at Kansas City in the Thursday night game, pulled off a 21-20 outright victory.

Detroit (1-0 SU and ATS) finished last season on an 8-2 SU/9-1 ATS spree. So the Lions are now 9-2 SU/10-1 ATS in their last 11 outings.

Seattle, on the other hand, laid a complete egg in Week 1. The Seahawks (0-1 SU and ATS) closed as 4.5-point home faves vs. the Rams and lost outright 30-13.

"Our lookahead line before [Week 1] Thursday night was Detroit -3. But the combination of Detroit's excellent performance in Kansas City and Seattle's less-than-inspiring effort against the Rams resulted in a pretty significant jump," Michaelson said, noting the Lions reposted at -4.5 tonight and are already up another point. "We have it 5.5, and it may climb higher. The hype around the Lions is as big as it's been since the Barry Sanders days, when I wasn't even alive.

"I would be surprised if any public player is in a hurry to bet the Seahawks on the road, after they looked so bad today at home."

Las Vegas Raiders vs Buffalo Bills Odds

Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
Bills vs
Raiders
-7.5 (-108)
+7.5 (-120)
o46.5 (-115)
u46.5 (-105)
-370
+265
  • Opening point spread: Bills -10
  • Opening moneyline: Bills -450/Raiders +350
  • Opening total: Over/Under 47
  • Time: 1 p.m. ET Sunday (CBS)

UPDATE 10 A.M. ET SUNDAY: The Bills are down to -7.5 this morning at BetMGM, after opening -9.5 and peaking at -10 early in the week. Buffalo is taking 57% of spread bets/67% of spread money.

The total opened at 47.5, spent most of the week at 47 and went to 46.5 Saturday. The Over is getting 55% of bets/58% of money.

UPDATE 6 P.M. ET FRIDAY: Buffalo initially went from -9.5 to -10 Monday at BetMGM, but the line dropped to -8 by late Thursday morning. The number quickly adjusted to Bills -8.5, where it remains now.

Interestingly, the Raiders are drawing 61% of early spread tickets/56% of early spread money. Las Vegas is also getting moneyline play, at 80% of tickets/75% of money, while moving from +350 to +310.

BetMGM's total opened 47.5, briefly touched 46.5 Tuesday and has been at 47 since then. Ticket count is 2/1 and money 5/1 on the Under.

UPDATE 10 P.M. ET SUNDAY: Las Vegas (1-0 SU and ATS) is on the road again in Week 2, but that suited the Raiders just fine in Week 1. The Silver-and-Black went to Denver as a 3-point pup and got a late touchdown to exit with a 17-16 victory.

Buffalo still has Week 1 work to do, opening on Monday night against Aaron Rodgers and the New York Jets. Still, The SuperBook opened the Bills as 10-point favorites against the Raiders in the NFL Week 2 odds market.

Los Angeles Chargers vs Tennessee Titans Odds

Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
  • Opening point spread: Chargers -3
  • Opening moneyline: Chargers -180/Titans +150
  • Opening total: Over/Under 45.5 points scored
  • Time: 1 p.m. ET Sunday (CBS)

UPDATE 10 A.M. ET SUNDAY: Not much has changed at BetMGM since Friday (see below). Los Angeles is still -2.5 (-120), with tickets and money just shy of 2/1 on the Chargers, who won't have running back Austin Ekeler (ankle) today.

The total has been at 45.5 since Thursday, after opening there as well and spending time at 46. The Under is getting 60% of tickets/58% of money.

UPDATE 6 P.M. ET FRIDAY: On Sunday night, BetMGM pegged the Chargers 3-point favorites, and the line spent a few hours Monday at -3.5. But the number was at various iterations of -3 most of the week and is now L.A. -2.5 (-120).

Spread tickets and money are just shy of 2/1 on Los Angeles.

The total bounced around throughout the week, from 45.5 to 46, then down to 45. It's been at 45.5 since Thursday morning, with 60% of tickets on the Under/63% of money on the Over.

UPDATE 11 P.M. ET SUNDAY: Los Angeles (0-1 SU and ATS) played a riveting Week 1 game, but came up short. The Chargers gave up a last-minute touchdown, losing 36-34 as 3-point home favorites against Miami.

Tennessee failed to score a touchdown, with all its points coming on Nick Folk field goals in a 16-15 loss at New Orleans. But the Titans (0-1 SU/1-0 ATS) cashed as 3-point pups.

Green Bay Packers vs Atlanta Falcons Odds

Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
  • Opening point spread: Packers -1
  • Opening moneyline: Packers -110/Falcons -110
  • Opening total: Over/Under 40 points scored
  • Time: 1 p.m. ET Sunday (FOX)

UPDATE 10:15 A.M. ET SUNDAY: As noted Friday (see below), this line jumped the fence this week. And today alone at BetMGM, it's up another 1.5 points in the Falcons' favor, to Atlanta -3. Current betting splits aren't available.

After opening at 41.5, the total has been stuck at 40 since Thursday. But tickets and money are in the 2.5/1 range on the Over.

UPDATE 6 P.M. ET FRIDAY: The Packers moved from -1 to -1.5 Monday at BetMGM. But this line jumped the fence Thursday to Falcons -1.5, where it sits now. That said, Green Bay is netting 65% of early spread bets/57% of early spread cash.

The total dipped from 41.5 to 40.5 Monday, then to 40 Thursday. The Over is landing 62% of bets, but money is almost dead even thus far.

UPDATE 11 P.M. ET SUNDAY: Green Bay (1-0 SU and ATS) had no Week 1 issues, catching 1.5 points on the road and rolling over Chicago 38-20. Atlanta (1-0 SU and ATS), a 3.5-point home chalk, topped Carolina 24-10.

The Packers-Falcons line is stable tonight, but the total is on the move. The SuperBook opened at 40 and quickly advanced to 41 and 41.5.

Chicago Bears vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers Odds

Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
  • Opening point spread: Buccaneers -1.5
  • Opening moneyline: Buccaneers -160/Chicago +140
  • Opening total: Over/Under 43.5 points scored
  • Time: 1 p.m. ET Sunday (FOX)

UPDATE 10:15 A.M. ET SUNDAY: BetMGM has Tampa Bay -2.5 (-115) less than three hours before kickoff, after bouncing between -2.5 and -3 during the week. Chicago is netting 55% of spread bets/62% of spread money.

The total is at 40.5 from a 43.5 opener, with 54% of tickets/71% of cash on the Under.

UPDATE 6 P.M ET FRIDAY: The Bucs toggled between -2.5 and -3, at various juice, throughout this week at BetMGM. Tampa is now -2.5 (-120), with spread tickets and money both running 2/1 on Chicago.

The total dropped from 43.5 to 40.5, hitting that low point Thursday afternoon. Tickets and money are just shy of 2/1 on the Under.

UPDATE 11 P.M. ET SUNDAY: Tampa Bay (1-0 SU and ATS) opened the non-Tom Brady era with perhaps a surprising road win. The Bucs, 4-point underdogs, beat Minnesota 20-17.

Meanwhile, Chicago (0-1 SU and ATS) was favored against Green Bay for the first time in several years, but fell far short of success. The Bears tumbled 38-20 laying 1.5 points at home.

Bettors hopped on The SuperBook's Bucs -1.5 opener, pushing this number to Tampa -3 tonight.

Indianapolis Colts vs Houston Texans Odds

Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
Texans vs
Colts
-1 (-110)
+1 (-110)
o39.5 (-118)
u39.5 (-104)
-118
even
  • Opening point spread: Houston -2
  • Opening moneyline: Houston -120/Indianapolis even
  • Opening total: Over/Under 40 points scored
  • Time: 1 p.m. ET Sunday (FOX)

UPDATE 10:30 A.M. ET SUNDAY: As noted Friday (see below), this number jumped the fence a couple of times after opening Texans -1.5 at BetMGM. Houston briefly got as high as -2.5 (even) this morning, but it's now Texans -1. Current splits aren't available.

This morning, the total nudged from 39.5 to 40, still down from the 40.5 opener but up from the 38.5 low point. The Under is seeing 57% of tickets, while 69% of money is on the Over.

UPDATE 6:30 P.M. ET FRIDAY: This line jumped the fence a couple times this week at BetMGM. The Texans opened -1.5, the number flipped to Colts -1.5 on Monday, then returned to Texans -1.5 by lunch time Thursday.

Houston is now -1 while taking 56% of early spread bets/65% of early spread money.

The total opened at 40.5, bottomed out at 38.5 Thursday and rebounded to 39.5 today. The Under is netting 60% of bets, while 81% of cash is on the Over.

UPDATE 11 P.M. ET SUNDAY: Indy gave Jacksonville a game much of the way. But the Colts (0-1 SU and ATS) allowed two late TDs in a 31-21 loss getting 3.5 points at home. Houston (0-1 SU and ATS) lost at Baltimore 25-9 as a 9.5-point road 'dog.

Minnesota Vikings vs Philadelphia Eagles Odds

A.J. Brown and the Eagles are 7.5-point favorites in Week 2. (Getty)
Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
  • Opening point spread: Eagles -7
  • Opening moneyline: Eagles -360/Vikings +280
  • Opening total: Over/Under 48 points scored
  • Time: 8:15 p.m. ET Thursday (Prime)

UPDATE 5 P.M. ET THURSDAY: With kickoff about three hours out, Philly is down to a 6-point chalk at PointsBet, a Fanatics Experience. The Eagles opened -7 on Sunday and initially went to -7.5. But since then, the number has mostly toggled between Eagles -6.5 and -6.

That said, spread tickets are running 2/1 and spread money almost 4/1 on Philadelphia.

"Much of the [movement] on the spread stems from the struggles of Philly against New England," PointsBet trader Ethan Useloff said.

Useloff specifically noted the Eagles' 30.7% third-down conversion rate in Week 1 vs. the Patriots. Further, Philadelphia is shorthanded on this short week. Running back Kenneth Gainwell (ribs) is out, and on defense, the Eagles are down tackle Fletcher Cox (ribs), cornerback James Bradberry (concussion) and safety Reed Blankenship (ribs).

The total opened at 48, peaked at 50 early this afternoon and is now at 49. It's two-way action at PointsBet, with ticket count almost even and 59% of money on the Over.

UPDATE 4 P.M. ET WEDNESDAY: A day before the first game in the NFL odds Week 2 market, TwinSpires Sportsbook is down to Eagles -6. That's after opening Philly -7 and spending time at -6.5.

Early spread ticket count is 2/1 on the Eagles, but spread money is almost dead even.

"Sharp play on the Vikes +7," TwinSpires director of retail sports Zachary Lucas said.

The total is up a tick from 48.5 to 49, with tickets almost 2/1 and money almost 3/1 on the Over.

UPDATE 10 P.M. ET SUNDAY: Philadelphia (1-0 SU and ATS) let most of an early 16-0 lead slip away against New England in Week 1. But the Eagles regrouped to get the win and cover, 25-20 as 3.5-point road favorites.

Minnesota wasn't as fortunate against Tampa Bay. The Vikings (0-1 SU and ATS) tumbled 20-17 laying 4 points at home.

Perhaps with that in mind, bettors have already pushed the Eagles from Eagles -7 to -7.5 for Thursday Night Football. The total is also up a half-point to 48.5.

"We've taken a bet to get us to 7.5," SuperBook risk supervisor Chase Michaelson said. "With the popularity of the Eagles and the narrative of Kirk Cousins' struggles in prime time – as we saw when these teams played last season – I imagine we will need Minnesota."

Last year, also in Week 2, the Eagles were 2.5-point home favorites and rolled 24-7.

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