NFL Odds Week 7: Lines, Spreads, Betting Trends For Every Game

NFL Odds Week 7

Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
Saints vs
Jaguars
-1.5 (-118)
+1.5 (-104)
o40.5 (-115)
u40.5 (-105)
-138
+118
Giants vs
Commanders
+3 (-110)
-3 (-110)
o36.5 (-120)
u36.5 (-102)
+136
-162
Bears vs
Raiders
+2.5 (-118)
-2.5 (-104)
o38.5 (-110)
u38.5 (-110)
+110
-130
Patriots vs
Bills
+7.5 (-108)
-7.5 (-112)
o41.5 (-105)
u41.5 (-115)
+310
-400
Colts vs
Browns
+3.5 (-112)
-3.5 (-108)
o39.5 (-115)
u39.5 (-105)
+162
-194
Buccaneers vs
Falcons
-3 (-104)
+3 (-118)
o37.5 (-106)
u37.5 (-114)
-152
+128
Ravens vs
Lions
-3 (-115)
+3 (-105)
o43.5 (-105)
u43.5 (-115)
-168
+142
Seahawks vs
Cardinals
-8.5 (-110)
+8.5 (-110)
o43.5 (-110)
u43.5 (-110)
-405
+320
Rams vs
Steelers
-3 (-120)
+3 (-102)
o43.5 (-115)
u43.5 (-105)
-172
+144
Chiefs vs
Chargers
-5.5 (-115)
+5.5 (-105)
o48.5 (-110)
u48.5 (-110)
-260
+215
Broncos vs
Packers
-1 (-110)
+1 (-110)
o44 (-110)
u44 (-110)
-118
even
Eagles vs
Dolphins
-3 (-104)
+3 (-118)
o51.5 (-110)
u51.5 (-110)
-152
+128
Vikings vs
49ers
+7 (-118)
-7 (-104)
o43.5 (-115)
u43.5 (-105)
+250
-310

NFL odds for Week 7 include a Sunday night showdown between two of the league's best teams. Tua Tagovailoa and the Miami Dolphins travel to face Jalen Hurts and the Philadelphia Eagles

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San Francisco 49ers vs Minnesota Vikings Odds

Christian McCaffrey suffered an oblique/rib injury in a Week 6 loss. (Getty)
Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
  • Opening point spread: 49ers -7
  • Opening moneyline: 49ers -330/Vikings +260
  • Opening total: Over/Under 44.5 points scored
  • Time: 8:15 p.m. ET Monday (ABC/ESPN)

UPDATE 5:30 P.M. ET MONDAY: Less than three hours before kickoff, the Niners are -7 (-105) in the NFL odds Week 7 market at PointsBet, a Fanatics Experience. San Fran opened -7 flat on Oct. 15 and spent all week toggling between various iterations of -7/-6.5.

The most recent move came late this morning, from 49ers -6.5 (-115) to the current -7 (-105). In its daily newsletter The Hustle, PointsBet implied there was sharp action on Minnesota. Interestingly, spread tickets are running 3/1 49ers, but spread money is 2.5/1 Vikings.

But those splits might be a bit of an outlier. At DraftKings, spread ticket count is 3/1-plus and spread money 2/1 on the 49ers. And earlier today, BetMGM reported ticket count of 4/1-plus and money of 2/1 on 49ers spread.

PointsBet's total opened at 44, peaked at 44.5 multiple times over the past week, then bottomed out at 43 both Sunday night and this morning. It's at 43.5 now, with tickets 2/1 and money 5/1 on the Over.

UPDATE 3 P.M. ET WEDNESDAY: TwinSpires opened San Fran -7, briefly dipped to -6.5, then returned to -7. The Niners are dinged up, with running back Christian McCaffrey (oblique/ribs), wideout Deebo Samuel shoulder) and left tackle (ankle) all questionable.

However, it appears there's a fair chance all could play Monday night. At the moment, San Francisco is seeing 52% of spread tickets, while 53% of spread money is on Minnesota.

"Good two-way action so far. The 49ers and Seahawks are both being teased a lot, so I expect we'll need the Vikes," Lucas said.

The total crept from 44.5 to 44, with 57% of early tickets/55% of early money on the Under.

UPDATE 11 P.M. ET SUNDAY: Like Philly, San Francisco fell from the ranks of the unbeaten in Week 7. But the Niners' loss was surely more stunning.

San Fran closed as a 9.5-point favorite at Cleveland, which had the unknown PJ Walker at quarterback in place of the injured Deshaun Watson. But the 49ers (5-1 SU/4-2 ATS) gave up two late field goals and missed a final-seconds field-goal attempt to fall 19-17.

Adding injury to insult, 49ers running back Christian McCaffrey (oblique) and wideout Deebo Samuel (shoulder) were banged up in Sunday's loss.

With the Niners and Eagles losing, there are no NFL teams with a perfect SU record. San Fran had its regular-season SU win streak snapped at 15, a stretch in which the Niners went 12-3 ATS.

Meanwhile, Minnesota (2-4 SU/2-3-1 ATS) topped Chicago 19-13 giving 3 points on the road.

"The lookahead closed 49ers -7.5, but this line had to go down due to all the uncertainty with injuries for San Francisco's offense," Michaelson said of Niners-Vikings opening -7. "A road loss in bad weather to a really good Browns defense is excusable. But the 49ers can't lay more than a TD until we know about the health of the team.

"Minnesota didn't look great today. I think this line is simply a reflection of what we don't know in regards to San Fran's health."

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Miami Dolphins vs Philadelphia Eagles Odds

The Miami Dolphins hope to keep the party going in Philadelphia. (Getty)
Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
  • Opening point spread: Eagles -2
  • Opening moneyline: Eagles -135/Dolphins +115
  • Opening total: Over/Under 52.5 points scored
  • Time: 8:20 p.m. ET Sunday (NBC)

UPDATE 7:30 P.M. ET SUNDAY: Fifty minutes before kickoff, Philly is -3 (-105) in BetMGM's NFL odds Week 8 market. The Eagles opened -2.5 and initially fell back to -1.5 Monday. The line spent most of the week at Eagles -2/-2.5 before advancing to -3 Saturday.

Philadelphia is attracting 61% of spread bets/70% of spread dollars. On the flip side, moneyline bettors favor road 'dog Miami, at 73% of tickets/60% of money.

The total dipped from 52.5 to 52 Tuesday, then to 51.5 Thursday. This morning, the number returned to 52.5. Earlier this evening, it dipped to 52 and is now at 51.5 again.

All that noted, the Over is seeing 64% of tickets/60% of money.

UPDATE 3:30 P.M. ET WEDNESDAY: Philly has a cluster of injuries in its defensive backfield, most notably to starting safety Reed Blankenship and starting cornerback Darius Slay. Both are questionable for this Sunday night showdown.

TwinSpires opened the Eagles -2.5 and is down to -2. The Dolphins are landing 58% of early spread tickets/62% of early spread dollars.

"It's no surprise, with the Eagles off a loss and the Dolphins rolling, that the public likes Miami," Lucas said. "It feels similar to when the public took Miami at Buffalo."

But keep in mind, the Dolphins lost that game 48-20.

"Miami has been great at beating up bad teams," Lucas said, noting Philadelphia is very good and that this game is getting a lot of early attention. "We'll need Philly. The volume is four times more than the next-highest-handle game."

The total is down a point to 51.5, with 66% of tickets on the Over/59% of money on the Under.

"Sharp play on Under 52.5," Lucas said.

UPDATE 11 P.M. ET SUNDAY: Miami stubbed its toe in a blowout Week 4 loss at Buffalo, and Week 6 look as if it could get problematic, too. The Dolphins (5-1 SU and ATS) spotted the Panthers a 14-0 first-quarter lead.

However, Miami scored the next 35 points and doubled up Carolina 42-21 laying 14 points at home.

Philadelphia was dealt its first loss of the season, surprisingly tumbling to the New York Jets. The Eagles (5-1 SU/3-2-1 ATS) led 14-9 at halftime, but failed to score in the second half, losing 20-14 as 6.5-point road faves.

"The lookahead line closed Philly -3 (even), and we re-opened at Philly -2 when it looked like the Eagles were going to narrowly escape the Jets," Michaelson said. "After they full-on lost the game, we naturally bumped the line up. Why? We think the perception will be that Philly is too good to lose two in a row."

So the Eagles are now -2.5 in The SuperBook's NFL odds Week 7 market.

"The Dolphins have become a very public team. But I think the public could be wary of the last time they went all-in on Miami as an underdog – the 48-20 loss to Buffalo," Michaelson said. "This is clearly the game of the day, and we expect to have pretty significant handle on two teams the public is invested in heavily."

Arizona Cardinals vs Seattle Seahawks Odds

Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
Seahawks vs
Cardinals
-8.5 (-110)
+8.5 (-110)
o43.5 (-110)
u43.5 (-110)
-405
+320
  • Opening point spread: Seahawks -8
  • Opening moneyline: Seahawks -400/Cardinals +300
  • Opening total: Over/Under 46 points scored
  • Time: 4:05 p.m. ET Sunday (FOX)

UPDATE 3:30 P.M. ET SUNDAY: TwinSpires pegged the Seahawks -7.5 to open and spent time at -8.5, then got to -9.5 today. As kickoff nears, Seattle backed up a tick to -9. The Cards are getting 53% of spread tickets, while 66% of spread money is on the Seahawks.

"Sharp play on the Seahawks. Seattle is the No. 1 teaser play, as well. We'll need Arizona to break up all of the teaser liability," TwinSpires director of retail sports Zachary Lucas said.

The total is down to 44 from a 46 opener, with 57% of tickets/55% of money on the Under.

UPDATE 2 P.M. ET FRIDAY: The Seahawks slipped from -8 to -7.5 Monday at BetMGM, and the line hasn't budged since. Spread tickets are running 3/1 and spread money almost 5/1 on Seattle as the weekend approaches.

BetMGM's total went straight from 46.5 to 44.5 Monday and has also been stagnant since then. The Under is seeing 61% of bets, while 52% of cash is on the Over.

UPDATE 11 P.M. ET SUNDAY: Seattle saw its three-game SU and ATS upswing end in Cincinnati. The Seahawks lost 17-13 as 3-point road 'dogs.

Arizona got bettors' attention by proving competitive and covering in its first three games. But the Cards (1-5 SU/3-3 ATS) are now in a three-game SU and ATS rut. Arizona led the L.A. Rams 9-6 in a first-half field-goal fest, but didn't score again in a 26-9 loss as a 7-point road underdog.

The SuperBook pegged Seattle -8 to open tonight and within an hour moved to Seahawks -8.5.

Pittsburgh Steelers vs Los Angeles Rams Odds

Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
  • Opening point spread: Rams -3
  • Opening moneyline: Rams -170/Steelers +145
  • Opening total: Over/Under 42.5 points scored
  • Time: 4:05 p.m. ET Sunday (FOX)

UPDATE 3:30 P.M. ET SUNDAY: As kickoff approaches, Los Angeles is a 3.5-point home chalk in TwinSpires Sportsbook's NFL odds Week 7 market. The Rams also opened -3.5 and spent time at -3 this week.

L.A. is netting 68% of spread tickets/57% of spread money.

"Sharp play on both sides. We'll be rooting for the Steelers, due to Rams moneyline liability," TwinSpires director of retail sports said.

The total opened at 42.5, peaked at 44 and is now 43.5. The Over is taking 54% of tickets/68% of money.

"We'll need Under 44 for a sizable amount," Lucas said.

UPDATE 2 P.M. ET FRIDAY: The Rams hit BetMGM's NFL odds Week 7 market at -3.5 (-105) Sunday and by Monday afternoon were at -3 (-115). Los Angeles spent about 24 hours from Wednesday into Thursday at -3 flat, then returned to -3 (-115) Thursday afternoon.

L.A. is drawing 72% of early spread bets/60% of early spread money.

The total climbed from 42.5 to 44 by late Tuesday morning. The Under is actually getting 78% of tickets, while 58% of money is on the Over.

UPDATE 11 P.M. ET SUNDAY: Los Angeles (3-3 SU/4-1-1 ATS) trailed Arizona 9-6 after a lackluster first half. But the Rams shut out the Cards 20-0 in the second half to claim a 26-9 victory giving 7 points at home.

Pittsburgh (3-2 SU and ATS) is coming off its bye. In Week 5, the Steelers knocked off Baltimore 17-10 as 4.5-point home underdogs.

The Steelers-Rams line rose a half-point to L.A. -3.5 tonight in The SuperBook's NFL odds Week 7 market. The total went from 42.5 to 42, then returned to 42.5.

Los Angeles Chargers vs Kansas City Chiefs Odds

Travis Kelce and the Chiefs are on a five-game SU win streak. (Getty)
Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
  • Opening point spread: Chiefs -5.5
  • Opening moneyline: Chiefs -250/Chargers +200
  • Opening total: Over/Under 50.5 points scored
  • Time: 4:25 p.m. ET Sunday (CBS)

UPDATE 3:30 P.M. ET SUNDAY: Kansas City went from -5.5 to -5, then back to -5.5 at TwinSpires Sportsbook. Today, the Chiefs advanced to -6, while taking 64% of tickets/61% of money.

"Money flooding in on K.C. all day pushed this to -6. We'll need the Chargers for a sizable amount," Lucas said.

The total dipped to 47.5 from a 49 opener, with stops along the way. It's rebounded this afternoon to 48.5, with the Over drawing 68% of tickets, while 57% of money is on the Under. Lucas said there was sharp play on Under 49.

UPDATE 3 P.M. ET WEDNESDAY: Kansas City hasn't moved off the -5.5 opener at TwinSpires Sportsbook. The Chiefs are netting 58% of early spread bets/62% of early spread cash.

TwinSpires' total has seen some movement, from 49 to 48. The Over is getting 65% of bets, but 56% of cash is on the Under.

"The public keeps chasing Kansas City Overs each week, which has been great for us," Lucas said. "Sharp play on Under 49."

Kansas City is 4-2 to the Under so far this season.

UPDATE 6 P.M. ET TUESDAY: The Chargers (2-3 SU and ATS) lost to Dallas 20-17 in the Week 6 Monday nighter, failing to cash as 1.5-point home underdogs, as well. That didn't change opinions inside The SuperBook's risk room, as Kansas City remained at the -5.5 opener against L.A. in Week 7.

However, the total is now down 3 points from the opener, to 47.5.

UPDATE 11 P.M. ET SUNDAY: Since a Week 1 home loss to Detroit, Kansas City is on a 5-0 SU/4-1 ATS upswing. In the Week 6 Thursday nighter, it wasn't pretty, but the Chiefs won 19-8 to barely cover the 10.5-point spread.

Los Angeles (2-2 SU and ATS) still has Week 6 work to do, hosting Dallas on Monday night.

"Kansas City has been sleepwalking most of the season, it feels like, and is still winning games – and covering," Michaelson said. "The Chargers play Monday night, so things will change then. But we opened at 5.5 instead of 6 because K.C.'s offense doesn't feel like it's quite clicking the way it's capable of. I would be very surprised if we don't need LA in this game.

"The more important line, of course, is number of times CBS shows Taylor Swift during the broadcast. Right now, we have it set at 5.5 to match the game line."

Michaelson is joking, of course, as Nevada regulations don't allow for such prop bets. But point well taken.

Green Bay Packers vs Denver Broncos Odds

Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
Broncos vs
Packers
-1 (-110)
+1 (-110)
o44 (-110)
u44 (-110)
-118
even
  • Opening point spread: Packers -1
  • Opening moneyline: Packers -120/Broncos +100
  • Opening total: Over/Under 44.5 points scored
  • Time: 4:25 p.m. ET Sunday (CBS)

UPDATE 3:45 P.M. ET SUNDAY: Forty minutes pre-kick, TwinSpires has this game at pick 'em. Green Bay opened -1, got to -1.5, then went back to -1. The line just moved to pick in the past hour.

Ticket count is 4/1 and money 3/1 on the Packers.

"Nobody wants to bet the Broncos. Not much faith in them, but the book is rooting for Denver to figure it out today," Lucas said.

The total is at 44 after opening at 44.5. The Over is seeing 59% of tickets, while 57% of cash is on the Under.

UPDATE 2 P.M. ET FRIDAY: Green Bay opened -1.5 (-105) in BetMGM's NFL odds Week 7 marke t and dipped to -1 Monday. There's been no movement since, with ticket count 3/1 and money almost 4/1 on the short road fave Packers.

The total ticked from 44.5 to 45 Wednesday and hasn't moved since. The Under is taking 65% of tickets/52% of dollars.

UPDATE 11 P.M. ET SUNDAY: Coach Sean Payton hasn't proved to be any kind of inspiration this season for Denver (1-5 SU/1-4-1 ATS). The Broncos have yet to cash for spread bettors, falling just short of doing so in the Week 6 Thursday night game.

Trailing 16-8 as a 10.5-point dog at Kansas City, Denver allowed a field goal in the final two minutes of a 19-8 loss.

Green Bay (2-3 SU/3-2 ATS) had its bye in Week 6. The Packers fell to the Raiders 17-13 catching 1.5 points on the road in Week 5.

Detroit Lions vs Baltimore Ravens Odds

The Detroit Lions are 13-3 SU/14-2 ATS in their last 16 games. (Getty)
Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
  • Opening point spread: Ravens -2.5
  • Opening moneyline: Ravens -165/Lions +142
  • Opening total: Over/Under 44.5 points scored
  • Time: 1 p.m. ET Sunday (FOX)

UPDATE 10 A.M. ET SUNDAY: Three hours pre-kickoff, Baltimore sits at -3 (-105), up from the -2.5 opener at BetMGM. In between, the Ravens have been at -3 all week, at various juice (flat/-120/-115/-110/-105).

Spread tickets are running almost 3/1 and spread money 2/1 on the Lions. Detroit is also a popular moneyline play at BetMGM, taking 90% of tickets/74% of dollars.

The total tumbled from 44.5 to 41.5 by Monday afternoon, then rebouned by 43 by Wednesday. The Over is getting 56% of tickets/62% of money.

UPDATE 2:30 P.M. ET WEDNESDAY: Baltimore opened -2.5 in TwinSpires' NFL Week 7 odds market and is up to -3. But opinion is split, with 66% of spread tickets on the Lions/57% of spread dollars on the Ravens.

"The public is all over the Lions. Sharp play on Ravens -2.5. It's shaping up to be a Pros vs Joes matchup," Lucas Said.

The total is down to 42 from a 44 opener, with 61% of tickets on the Over/59% of money on the Under.

"Sharp play on Under 44," Lucas said.

UPDATE 11 P.M. ET SUNDAY: For pretty much a full year now, Detroit has been an ATM for spread bettors. And the Lions are doing almost as well on the moneyline. In Week 6, Detroit beat Tampa Bay 20-6 as a 3-point road favorite, moving to 13-3 SU/14-2 ATS in its last 16 games.

Baltimore (4-2 SU and ATS) rebounded from an ugly loss at Pittsburgh by going across the pond to beat Tennessee. The Ravens, 5.5-point neutral-site favorites in London, notched a 24-16 victory.

The SuperBook's Lions-Ravens opener of -2.5 flat nearly matches last week's lookahead line of Baltimore -2.5 (-120).

"Detroit's defense is seemingly for real, and Baltimore will be making the transatlantic flight that the wiseguys love to bet against," Michaelson said. "This line implies a very even power rating for these teams, which I think is fair. We expect the Lions to be a popular public 'dog."

Buffalo Bills vs New England Patriots Odds

Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
Patriots vs
Bills
+7.5 (-108)
-7.5 (-112)
o41.5 (-105)
u41.5 (-115)
+310
-400
  • Opening point spread: Bills -9
  • Opening moneyline: Bills -450/Patriots +350
  • Opening total: Over/Under 43.5 points scored
  • Time: 1 p.m. ET Sunday (CBS)

UPDATE 10 A.M. ET SUNDAY: BetMGM initially moved Buffalo up from -8.5 to -9.5 Monday morning. On Monday afternoon, the Bills returned to -8.5 and stuck there all week before going to -7.5 Saturday.

Contrary to the move, spread ticket count is 4/1 and spread money almost 5/1 on Buffalo.

The total opened at 42.5 and steadily made its way down to 40 by Thursday. It's now 40.5, with 62% of tickets/66% of cash on the Under.

UPDATE 2:30 P.M. ET WEDNESDAY: Buffalo hasn't moved off the -8.5 opener at TwinSpires Sportsbook. Early ticket count is 2.5/1 and early money 3/1 on the healthy road favorite Bills.

"Despite all of the tickets/money on the Bills, we're still holding at -8.5. The line likely moves in the Bills' direction, if anything," Lucas said.

The total is also stagnant at 41, though unlike the spread, action is very much two-way. The Over is netting 54% of tickets, while 53% of cash is on the Under.

UPDATE 11 P.M. ET SUNDAY: Buffalo (4-2 SU/3-3 ATS) looked nothing like a two-touchdown-plus favorite in the Week 6 Sunday night game. But the Bills escaped – barely – with a 14-9 victory laying 15.5 points at home against the New York Giants.

After two straight blowout losses, New England managed to keep it close at Las Vegas. But the Patriots (2-4 SU/1-5 ATS) still found a way to not cover.

Trailing 19-17 and getting 3 points, the Pats faced third-and-15 from their own 4-yard line with under two minutes left. QB Mac Jones was sacked in the end zone, leaving New England with a 21-17 loss and Patriots spread bettors flummoxed.

The SuperBook opened Bills-Patriots prior to Buffalo's dud of a performance in Week 6. Bills-Patriots then came off the board during Giants-Bills, and Buffalo-New England will go back up Monday morning.

"The market definitely favored Buffalo more than we did when we made the line," Michaelson said, noting a quick move from Bills -9 to -9.5. "New England is playing to a very low power rating at the moment, and really conspired to find a way to not cover in Las Vegas today. The line will obviously be highly dependent on Buffalo's SNF performance."

Michaelson was commenting before the Sunday night game. Suffice it to say, Buffalo's performance was not good. So the Bills-Pats number could see some shortening Monday.

Cleveland Browns vs Indianapolis Colts Odds

Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
  • Opening point spread: Browns -1
  • Opening moneyline: Browns -130/Colts +110
  • Opening total: Over/Under 39.5 points scored
  • Time: 1 p.m. ET Sunday (CBS)

UPDATE 10 A.M. ET SUNDAY: BetMGM is up a half-point since Friday (see below update), with the Browns now at -3.5. Ticket count is just shy of 3/1 and money 2.5/1 on Cleveland.

The total is at 40.5, as it was Friday, after spending much of the past 24 hours at 41. Ticket count is 5/1-plus and money 9/1 on the Under at BetMGM.

UPDATE 1:30 P.M. ET FRIDAY: Cleveland has been a short chalk all week at BetMGM, but the number has bounced around a bunch. The Browns opened -1.5 (Over -115), peaked at -3 Wednesday and again Thursday, then backed up to -1.5 briefly late this morning.

Cleveland has since rebounded to -3 (-115), with Deshaun Watson (shoulder) looking likely to be back under center this week. Spread ticket count is almost 5/1 and spread money beyond 6/1 on the Browns. Cleveland has the third-most spread tickets and third-most spread money at BetMGM this week.

There's been back-and-forth with the total, as well. BetMGM opened at 39.5 and got to 41.5 Wednesday before quickly falling back to 40. The number touched 41.5 again Thursday and is now at 40.5.

Tickets and money are in the 8/1 range on the Under. In fact, by ticket count at BetMGM, Browns-Colts is the most-bet Under in the NFL Week 7 odds market.

Further, every single Week 7 total has a majority of tickets on the Under, and only two games have a majority of money on the Over: Steelers-Rams (58%) and Cardinals-Seahawks (52%). The public seems to be riding last week's 12-2-1 Under run in the NFL.

UPDATE 11 P.M. ET SUNDAY: With unheralded PJ Walker at quarterback, Cleveland pulled the upset against previously unbeaten – and Super Bowl favorite – San Francisco. The Browns (3-2 SU and ATS) got two late fields goal to take the lead, and the Niners missed a final-seconds field goal, giving Cleveland a 19-17 victory catching 9.5 points at home.

Indianapolis (3-3 SU and ATS) saw sharp play in Week 6, but had no answer for Jacksonville. The Colts closed as 4-point 'dogs and fell behind 31-6 en route to a 37-20 loss.

Michaelson said the risk room struggled a bit with the Browns-Colts matchup in the NFL odds Week 7 market. The Browns might again have Walker at QB, while Gardner Minshew will remain in for the Colts, with rookie Anthony Richardson (rotator cuff) on IR.

"Making this line was like a jigsaw puzzle. Both teams will [likely] be using backup quarterbacks, and they're coming off very different results," Michaelson said. "Indianapolis looked outclassed by Jacksonville, while Cleveland had a huge win against San Fran. I expect this line to jump around a lot, as different groups will have different valuations of factors such as Walker, Minshew and if this is a classic letdown spot for Cleveland.

"There was certainly disagreement in the risk room in making this line in the first place."

Atlanta Falcons vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers Odds

Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
  • Opening point spread: Buccaneers -2.5
  • Opening moneyline: Bucs -140/Falcons +120
  • Opening total: Over/Under 40 points scored
  • Time: 1 p.m. ET Sunday (FOX)

UPDATE 10:45 A.M. ET SUNDAY: Not much has changed since Friday at BetMGM (see below update). Tampa Bay is at -2.5 (-115) and getting practically all the spread play, with tickets still almost 6/1 and money 9/1 on the Bucs.

This morning, the total nudged up to 37.5. Tickets and money are almost dead even, with a very slight edge to the Under.

UPDATE 1:30 P.M. ET FRIDAY: Tampa Bay is nailed to -2.5 this week at BetMGM, with only a price adjustment from the flat -110 to -115 for about 24 hours from Tuesday into Wednesday. Early ticket count is almost 6/1 and early money 9/1 on the Bucs.

The total is down to 37 (Over -115) from a 39.5 opener, with stops at 38.5 Monday and 38 Wednesday. Ticket count is almost 3/1 and money 7/1 on the Under.

UPDATE 11 P.M. ET SUNDAY: Atlanta is 1-3 SU in its last four games and is on an 0-5 ATS purge. In Week 6, the Falcons (3-3 SU/1-5 ATS) fell 24-16 giving 1.5 points at home to Washington.

Tampa Bay (3-2 SU and ATS) mustered only second- and third-quarter field goals, losing to Detroit 20-6 as a 3-point home pup.

Las Vegas Raiders vs Chicago Bears Odds

Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
  • Opening point spread: Raiders -3
  • Opening moneyline: Raiders -155/Bears +135
  • Opening total: Over/Under 42 points scored
  • Time: 1 p.m. ET Sunday (FOX)

UPDATE 1:30 P.M. ET FRIDAY: BetMGM had the Raiders -3, at either the flat -110 or -115, through midweek. On Thursday, Las Vegas backed up to -2.5. Still, early spread tickets are running almost 4/1 and early spread money 3/1 on the short road favorite.

The total plunged from 40.5 to 37.5 by Monday, went to 38 at lunch hour Thursday, then dropped to 37 mid-afternoon Thursday. Today, it inched up to 37.5. The Under is drawing 62% of bets/73% of money.

UPDATE 11 P.M. ET SUNDAY: Chicago (1-5 SU/1-4-1 ATS) saw its struggles continue in Week 6. The Bears couldn't find the end zone until the fourth quarter of a 19-13 home loss getting 3 points vs. Minnesota.

Las Vegas notched a SU win and a fortuitous cover against New England. Leading 19-17 with under two minutes to play, the Raiders (3-3 SU and ATS) sacked Mac Jones in the end zone. That gave the Silver-and-Black a 21-19 win and cash as 4-point home chalk.

The Bears-Raiders line is stable at Vegas -3 on The SuperBook's NFL Week 7 odds board. But the total is already down a point to 41.

Washington Commanders vs New York Giants Odds

Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
Giants vs
Commanders
+3 (-110)
-3 (-110)
o36.5 (-120)
u36.5 (-102)
+136
-162
  • Opening point spread: Commanders -2.5
  • Opening moneyline: Commanders -130/Giants +110
  • Opening total: Over/Under 40.5 points scored
  • Time: 1 p.m. ET Sunday (CBS)

UPDATE 1:30 P.M. ET FRIDAY: After opening -1.5 (-115), Washington is out to -3 (-105) at BetMGM. Along the way, the Commanders stopped at -2.5 flat and -2.5 (-115) Wednesday. It's two-way spread play, with 54% of tickets on Washington and money running almost dead even.

The total tumbled from 41.5 to 37.5 by Thursday afternoon, with stops all along the way this week. Ticket count is 3/1 and money 8/1 on the Under.

UPDATE 11 P.M. ET SUNDAY: New York (1-5 SU and ATS) provided a far-better performance than expected at Buffalo in the Week 6 Sunday nighter. The Giants fell 1 yard short of a massive upset, losing 14-9 as 15.5-point underdogs. On the plus side, it was New York's first cover of the season.

Washington (3-3 SU and ATS) halted a three-game SU skid to get back to .500 on the season. The Commanders beat Atlanta 24-16 as 1.5-point road pups.

When the Giants-Bills game kicked off, The SuperBook took Commanders-Giants off the board. Commanders-Giants will go back up Monday morning.

Jacksonville Jaguars vs New Orleans Saints Odds

Jaguars QB Trevor Lawrence hopes to be 100% vs. the Saints. (Getty)
Matchup Spread Total Moneyline
  • Opening point spread: Pick 'em
  • Opening moneyline: Saints -120/Jaguars +100
  • Opening total: Over/Under 42 points scored
  • Time: 8:15 p.m. ET Thursday (Prime)

UPDATE 4 P.M. ET THURSDAY: About four hours before kickoff, the Saints are laying 2 points at PointsBet, a Fanatics Experience. The matchup opened a pick 'em in the NFL odds Week 7 market, then swung to Saints -3 on Monday, due to Jags QB Trevor Lawrence's uncertain status.

With Lawrence then expressing optimism he'd play, the line shortened to New Orleans -1 Wednesday. But then it stretched to Saints -2.5, with PointsBet indicating there was sharp New Orleans play overnight/today. This afternoon, the line nudged to Saints -2.

Jacksonville is seeing 56% of spread tickets, but 65% of spread money is on New Orleans.

"With Trevor Lawrence's uncertainty on a short week, bettors have backed the Saints spread and the game's Under," PointsBet trader Ethan Useloff said. "Bettors have been more keen to back the Saints when the spread has been closer to pick 'em, due to the [Lawrence] injury concern, as well as the game being played in New Orleans.

"The same can be true for the total, with the majority of handle coming for the Under, with the expectation that Lawrence is not fully healthy."

With Lawrence likely a close-to-game-time decision, Useloff said the market could be on the move again ahead of kickoff.

The total opened at 42 and is now at 40.5. Ticket count is dead even at PointsBet, while 69% of cash is on the Under.

UPDATE 2 P.M. ET WEDNESDAY: When TwinSpires Sportsbook opened Jags-Saints, Jacksonville QB Trevor Lawrence's status was much less certain. New Orleans went up as a 3-point favorite.

Since then, the Saints have shorted to -2.5, -1.5 and now -1. That's due in large part to Lawrence, on Tuesday afternoon, indicating he was optimistic about playing Thursday night.

"A mix of sharp and public play on the Jags brought this line down," TwinSpires director of retail sports Zachary Lucas said.

The Jaguars are seeing 62% of early spread tickets/78% of early spread money. The total inched from 39.5 to 40 on two-way play with a lean toward the Over, at 52% of tickets/58% of dollars.

UPDATE 6 P.M. ET TUESDAY: This line bounced around a lot the past two days at The SuperBook, with the uncertain status of Jags QB Trevor Lawrence. After opening a pick 'em Sunday evening, the line stretched to Saints -3 by Monday afternoon, with multiple stops along the way.

However, with Lawrence indicating today that he's optimistic about playing Thursday, the number moved back toward Jacksonville. New Orleans is now a 1-point home favorite.

After opening at 42, the total got as low as 38.5 in The SuperBook's NFL odds Week 7 market. On the Lawrence news, it rebounded to 40 and is now 39.5.

UPDATE 11 P.M. ET SUNDAY: Jacksonville is on a 3-0 SU and ATS upswing. In Week 6, the Jaguars (4-2 SU and ATS) had little trouble adjusting from their two-game stint in London. Returning home, the Jags were 4-point favorites vs. Indianapolis, bolted to a 31-6 lead and coasted to a 37-20 victory.

However, late in that win, Jags QB Trevor Lawrence suffered what he termed a bruised knee. That'll be an injury to keep an eye on ahead of the Thursday night game.

New Orleans (3-3 SU/1-4-1 ATS) went to Houston as 2-point chalk and left with a 20-13 loss. The Saints are 1-3 SU and ATS in their last four.

The SuperBook opened Jags-Saints at pick 'em and hasn't moved yet, but the total nudged from 42 to 41.5 tonight.

"On the lookahead [last week], we closed Jacksonville -1," SuperBook risk supervisor Chase Michaelson said. "But a lot of this is dependent on the health of Trevor Lawrence. It's hard to say. Him leaving the game seemed precautionary, but on short rest, you never know. The Saints' offense is just not very inspiring."

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