The biggest of the NFL betting lines has Minnesota a 9-point favorite at home against the Arizona Cardinals while the smallest number at SBG has San Diego a 2.5 point favorite at Houston. Let’s look at each of the games on the board in Week 9.
Chicago -3 vs. Buffalo
The Bills are winless but they sure are playing hard. They have lost two straight games in overtime. Perhaps this is the week they get their first win against a Chicago team that continually turns the ball over.
San Diego -2.5 at Houston
The Chargers are favored at Houston even though the Texans have the better record. The total on this game is 50.5 which are the highest of any game in Week 9 NFL betting lines.
New Orleans -6.5 at Carolina
The defending Super Bowl champs looked good last week against Pittsburgh and now they get a game against the rotten Panthers.
Minnesota -9 at home vs. Arizona
The Vikings are getting a ton of respect for a team that has only two wins. Drama surrounds this team every week and they may be laying too many points to Arizona.
Atlanta -8 at home vs. Tampa Bay
This is the best game of the week with first place in the NFC South on the line.
New York Jets -3.5 at Detroit
The Jets couldn’t even score last week against the Packers. They face a much improved Detroit team who has been in virtually every game this season.
Baltimore -4.5 at home vs. Miami
The Dolphins are unbeaten on the road this season and have the talent to win at Baltimore.
New England -4.5 at Cleveland
The Patriots have the best record in the league but this is a huge letdown game.
New York Giants -6.5 at Seattle
The Giants are laying almost a touchdown at Seattle in football odds.
Oakland -2.5 at home vs. Kansas City
The Raiders are actually playing a meaningful game in November.
Philadelphia -3 at home vs. Indianapolis
Michael Vicks returns at quarterback for the Eagles.
Green Bay -8 at home vs. DallasThe Cowboys have been a disgrace and they are big dogs at Green Bay in the NBC Sunday night game.
Pittsburgh -4.5 at Cincinnati
The Steelers are favored on the road on Monday night at Cincinnati.