NFL Week 3 Betting Report: Favorites, Overs Crushing Public In Early Season

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From his perch inside the Golden Nugget, veteran sportsbook director Tony Miller has been astounded by what he’s watched come across his counter over the past few weeks.

As if the masses have been making up for lost time, they’ve been dumping wheelbarrows of cash at Miller and his lieutenants, betting on football games as if they’d been barred from doing so for years.

“This football season has been crazy, like none other I’ve ever experienced,” Miller says. “Soooo busy. Guys are chompin’ at the bit. After the pandemic, a full NFL season with no worries about cancellations, they’re betting like crazy. I’m telling you, busier than I’ve ever been in the past.”

Miller, a -450 favorite to possess the richest, most-heartfelt laughter of any sportsbook director in the country, unleashes his contagious chuckle.

“It’s probably one of the better starts of a football season I’ve ever had in my career,” he says. “They’re getting’ down, they’re getting’ down hard and they’re tryin’ to make up for lost years … and they’re going for it.

“But they’re not doing very well.”

He knows why, too.

“Favorites and Over, buddy,” Miller says of bettors’ tendencies. “Every weekend!”

nfl betting, favorites, colts, Stephon Gilmore
Stephon Gilmore and the Indianapolis Colts are 0-2 ATS as favorites and 0-2 to the Over this season (Peter Joneleit via AP)

NFL underdogs recorded a 17-13-1 edge (with one pick’em) in the first two weeks, and Unders went 21-10-1. That’s a winning formula for the house.

Current linesCheck NFL Week 3 odds here

Note: Each team’s records, overall and ATS, are in parentheses.

Baltimore Ravens (1-1, 1-1 ATS) at New England Patriots (1-1, 0-1-1 ATS)

This opened a solid three, according to Miller.

BAL Ravens vs NE Patriots Odds NFL Odds

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BAL Ravens at NE Patriots
Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Massachusetts

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As he predicted, the total was beginning to get shaved down a bit Thursday. One forecast sees it being 68 degrees and humid with some clouds but a minimal chance for rain at kickoff.

“The Ravens are favorites on the road, going in there and giving [New England coach Bill] Belichick points at home?” Miller says. “That’s just not such a good idea sometimes.”

Plus, the Ravens allow a bottom-third 6.7 net yards per pass attempt. Don’t be surprised if Pats quarterback Mac Jones has a breakout effort.

Buffalo Bills (2-0, 2-0 ATS) at Miami Dolphins (2-0, 2-0 ATS)

Miller says the league’s hierarchy, right now, is the Bills and 31 other teams.

BUF Bills vs MIA Dolphins Odds NFL Odds

NFL · Sun (9/25) @ 1:00pm ET

BUF Bills at MIA Dolphins
Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, Florida

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Wednesday, he dropped the odds on Buffalo to win Super Bowl 57 in Arizona to +350.

In addition, to offset imminent bags of Bills cash, he bumped his Super Bowl line from AFC -3 to AFC -4 to draw NFC interest. It worked, as one patron spent $10,000 on an NFC +4 ticket.

“If [the Bills] go 12-0 or 13-0 during the year, then that line will go up,” he says. “I’m just jumpin’ the gun.”

This total has been bumped up 1.5 points from Miller’s opener, which he owes to probable fireworks between Buffalo quarterback Josh Allen and Miami’s Tua Tagovailoa.

Pass Go and collect your two C-notes if you envisioned Tagovailoa tossing four fourth-quarter TD passes in Baltimore last week to defeat the Ravens, 42-38.

“Josh Allen is just the difference there, the way that offense is rolling right now,” Miller says. “They are putting up points. They’ll continue to bet the Over with the Bills, no matter who they play.

“And Tua is getting a lot of respect now. He’ll feel a lot more confident, and the ball will be in the air quite a bit in this game.”

Read more: NFL Week 3 Betting Tips & Strategies

Cincinnati Bengals (0-2, 0-2 ATS) at New York Jets (1-1, 1-1 ATS)

NFL – Sun (9/25) @ 1 p.m. ET
MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ

Bengals -6, Total 45

None other than Joe Willie Namath, the Super Bowl III king who turns 80 next spring, exulted after his Jets beat the Browns, 31-30, in Cleveland last Sunday.

“Never a doubt,” Namath tweeted to his 170,000 followers. “We had ’em all the way! Go Jets!!!”

Cleveland took a 30-17 advantage with fewer than two minutes remaining. Then Joe Flacco, the 37-year-old Jersey native, hit Corey Davis with a 66-yard scoring strike and Garrett Wilson from 15 yards out with 22 ticks left.

Flacco leads the NFL with 63 completions and 103 pass attempts, figures Namath never hit in consecutive games. Flacco’s 616 yards are second to Carson Wentz’s 650 in Washington. Flacco has five touchdowns to one interception. If only his middle name were William… it’s Vincent.

The Bengals’ Joe, who goes by Burrow, has had four passes picked off, tying him with the Colts’ Matt Ryan and one behind NFL leader Matthew Stafford’s five. Burrow has been sacked a league-high 13 times.

“The Jets are a little happy right now,” Miller says. “To me, that’s an Over game. That ball will be in the air quite a bit. And Burrow has to get that team going.”

Kansas City Chiefs (2-0, 1-1 ATS) at Indianapolis Colts (0-1-1, 0-2 ATS)

NFL – Sun (9/25) @ 1 p.m. ET
Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, IN

Chiefs -5.5, Total 50

The Colts might have believed they were obtaining a savior when they dealt for 37-year-old quarterback Matt Ryan from Atlanta. Instead, he owns the 26th-rated QB rating in the league, at 31.2.

He’s thrown for 547 yards (tied for ninth with Derek Carr of the Raiders), but only one has ended in the end zone, and four of his passes have been picked off.

His counterpart today is third with a QBR of 82.4 with seven TDs and no interceptions. Patrick Mahomes is pretty good.

“The Chiefs are the one road favorite I really like this weekend, only because the Colts are playing so so bad,” Miller says. “Right now, Matt Ryan just isn’t the answer, and Mahomes is lookin’ good.”

Miller viewed some 7s available in Vegas, and he figures he might be moving Kansas City to -7, too, if not -7.5.

“It might cross the key number, come game time,” he says. “But there’s just no faith and no money comin’ in on the Colts. This game will go to seven, for sure.”

Las Vegas Raiders (0-2, 0-2 ATS) at Tennessee Titans (0-2, 0-2 ATS)

NFL – Sun (9/25) @ 1 p.m. ET
Nissan Stadium, Nashville, TN

Raiders -2, Total 45.5

This would get zero attention, to which Miller agreed, save for the Raiders being favored. That squad being favored against anyone on the road?

“Great point,” he says. “I agree. I know they’re playing Tennessee, and Tennessee is not looking hot. But, man, the Raiders look like crap.”

It’s the ancient-but-accurate adage about home dogs, which Miller concurs should be far more respected. “Another great point,” he says. “They’re not taking heed of it. Anyone can win any of these games right now, it’s just up in the air.”

Titans tailback Derrick Henry has run 34 times for 107 yards and a TD; in his first two last season, he’d accumulated 240 yards and three TDs.

“It’s all about Derrick Henry,” Miller says. “To me, that’s an Under game; 45.5 points in that game is a lot!”

Philadelphia Eagles (2-0, 1-1 ATS) at Washington Commanders (1-1, 1-1 ATS)

NFL – Sun (9/25) @ 1 p.m. ET
FedEx Field, Summerfield, MD

Eagles -6.5, Total 47

A few Vegas shops opened this total at 50 and not only has it eked down 3 points at the Nugget but Miller saw one or two 46.5s elsewhere.

And coincidentally, some who have opened this at Philly -4 have countered action on the Eagles by boosting that up at least a couple of points.

“Man, it’s all about the new coach in Philly,” Miller says of rookie boss Nick Sirianni. “The way [QB] Jalen Hurts is playing and the philosophy they have on the offensive side of the ball, they’re guns-out, man. They’re swingin’, throwin’ the ball and lookin’ good.”

It’ll be mid-70s at kickoff, with a good chance of rain toward the end of the game.

Jacksonville Jaguars (1-1, 1-1 ATS) at Los Angeles Chargers (1-1, 2-0 ATS)

NFL – Sun (9/25) @ 4:05 p.m. ET
SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, CA

Chargers -7, Total 47.5

Jags QB Trevor Lawrence has a lot of fans, all of a sudden, after last week’s 24-0 belting of the Colts. This will be his test.

“We’ll see what Trevor Lawrence is made of,” Miller says. “He looked good last week. But when you get the Chargers at home, they’re tough to beat.”

He noted some 48s at other shops and won’t be surprised if he moves it there by kickoff, too.

Green Bay Packers (1-1, 1-1 ATS) at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-0, 2-0 ATS)

NFL – Sun (9/25) @ 4:25 p.m. ET
Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, FL

Bucs -1, Total 42

The Packers have won only twice in their past 10 games in Tampa. Their edge here, however, is in discipline, as they’ve committed only five penalties for 35 yards. The Bucs have been whistled 13 times for 126 yards.

Both Tom Brady of Tampa and Aaron Rodgers of Green Bay have thrown two touchdown passes this season and had one intercepted. Brady is 23rd with a QB Rating of 38.6, and Rodgers is just below him at 34.9.

Tampa tailback Leonard Fournette, with 192 rushing yards, is listed as questionable with a tender hamstring. He will be vital against a rushing defense that allows a fourth-worst 5.6 yards per carry.

For Green Bay, Aaron Jones and AJ Dillon have combined for 287 yards and two TDs; the Bucs’ rush defense yields a middle-of-the-road 4.5 yards per run.

This spread has slowly been whittled down as reports confirm Tampa’s dearth of available receivers.

Los Angeles Rams (1-1, 0-2 ATS) at Arizona Cardinals (1-1, 1-1 ATS)

NFL – Sun (9/25) @ 4:25 p.m. ET
State Farm Stadium, Glendale, AZ

Rams -3.5, Total 48.5

As usual, Miller says typical Rams support in Vegas has nudged this spread down from 4.

“That’ll be a big-wagered game come Sunday afternoon,” he says. “All the parlays will leak to that one, Sunday night and Monday night.”

San Francisco 49ers (1-1, 1-1 ATS) at Denver Broncos (1-1, 0-2 ATS)

NFL – Sun (9/25) @ 8:20 p.m. ET
Empower Field at Mile High, Denver, CO

Niners -1.5, Total 44.5

It only seems as if new Broncos boss Nathaniel Hackett, whose name evokes 18th-century pirate novels, lost both of his first two games as an NFL head coach.

In fact, his Coach of the Year odds at Caesars Sports plummeted Tuesday from 18-to-1 to the basement at 100-to-1. “Poor Denver,” Miller says. “Man, they can never get a head coach on the sideline that they can depend on.”

At the Nugget, this drifted up a point but eased back to its opening total. Denver leads the league with 25 penalties and 206 penalty yards.

LaVar Arrington, who played seven years at linebacker and served three years as a captain, was very critical Wednesday morning about Russell Wilson’s antics on Sunday.

On the national Fox Sports radio show he co-hosts, Arrington blasted Wilson’s “pass-run-pass” Pee Wee-like sideline exclamations to his fellow offensive players, to defensive teammates on the field.

Remedial and offensive, Arrington called Wilson’s amateur display, which can disrupt a locker room.

“A no-no. A thirst for attention. You’re a diva, bro! When someone points out your deficiencies, you immediately think of theirs; why’d y’all take 30 seconds to call timeout? Go sit down on that bench over there!”

Also read: 49ers vs. Broncos prediction

Dallas Cowboys (1-1, 1-1 ATS) at New York Giants (2-0, 2-0 ATS)

NFL – Mon (9/26) @ 8:15 p.m. ET
MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ

Giants -1, Total 39

New York’s fifth-year tailback Saquon Barkley leads the league with 236 rushing yards, and Giants’ games have finished Under at an incredible 74.3-percent rate (25-8-2) over the past three seasons.

The initial action on the Giants reversed itself into Thursday morning, as the Cowboys faithful moved this from 2.5. Still, Miller will not be surprised if it snails back up to 3 by game time.

“All the parlay liability will go to the Giants. Can you really put your money on friggin’ Cooper Rush right now? Not me.”

However, the 28-year-old quarterback out of Central Michigan did improve his lifetime record as a starter to 2-0 last weekend. He went 19-for-31 for 235 yards and a TD in a 20-17 triumph over Cincinnati.

This will be Rush’s 13th game as a Cowboy over five seasons.

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Bet TypeSpreads
Open
Thu (9/22) @ 8:15pm ET PIT Steelers +155 +2500 +1700 +2000 +10000 0
CLE Browns -185 0 -10000 -5000 0 0
Sun (9/25) @ 1:00pm ET KC Chiefs -303 +420 +3300 +170 -244 +470 0
IND Colts +240 -588 -10000 -208 +200 -769 0
Sun (9/25) @ 1:00pm ET CIN Bengals -200 -3333 -10000 -1429 -278 0 0
NY Jets +170 +1100 +1450 +800 +235 +10000 +8000
Sun (9/25) @ 1:00pm ET LV Raiders -120 +1200 +400 +165 -127 +1700 +8000
TEN Titans +100 -3333 -667 -200 +112 -10000 0
Sun (9/25) @ 1:01pm ET BUF Bills -227 +195 -154 +100 -189 -161
MIA Dolphins +180 -238 +120 -130 +146 +135
Sun (9/25) @ 1:02pm ET DET Lions +260 +480 +1000 +900 +560 +900
MIN Vikings -345 -833 -3333 -1667 -1000 -1667
Sun (9/25) @ 1:02pm ET HOU Texans +120 +1800 +2500 +375 +1500 0
CHI Bears -145 -10000 -10000 -500 -10000 0
Sun (9/25) @ 1:02pm ET PHI Eagles -189 -3333 -10000 -3333 0 0
WAS Commanders +155 +1100 +3300 +1200 +10000 +15000
Sun (9/25) @ 1:03pm ET BAL Ravens -149 -455 -10000 -345 0 0
NE Patriots +125 +340 +3300 +270 +8000 0
Sun (9/25) @ 1:03pm ET NO Saints -154 +2200 +1150 +625 +1500 +4000
CAR Panthers +130 -10000 -5000 -1000 -10000 0
Sun (9/25) @ 4:05pm ET JAX Jaguars +260 -10000 -3333 -3333 +225 0 -5000
LA Chargers -345 +1800 +1000 +1200 -263 +10000 +1500
Sun (9/25) @ 4:25pm ET GB Packers +125 -10000 -200 -500 +104 -10000 -1250
TB Buccaneers -149 +2200 +160 +375 -120 +2200 +800
Sun (9/25) @ 4:25pm ET ATL Falcons +105 -2000 -833 -179 +100 -3333 -208
SEA Seahawks -125 +1000 +475 +150 -114 +1060 +175
Sun (9/25) @ 4:25pm ET LA Rams -200 -10000 -10000 -5000 -182 0 0
ARI Cardinals +165 +2200 +1900 +1400 +160 +5000 0
Sun (9/25) @ 8:22pm ET SF 49ers +100 +440 +400 +4500 -120 +3500 0
DEN Broncos -120 -625 -556 0 +107 0 0
Mon (9/26) @ 8:15pm ET DAL Cowboys +135 -2000 -2500 -3333 0 0
NY Giants -161 +1000 +1000 +1200 +8000 0
Thu (9/22) @ 8:15pm ET PIT Steelers +3.5 -115 +9.0 +150 +5.5 +230 +13.0 -263 +6.5 -2000 +9.5 -161
CLE Browns -3.5 -105 -9.0 -185 -5.5 -303 -13.0 +210 -6.5 +790 -9.5 +135
Sun (9/25) @ 1:00pm ET KC Chiefs -7.0 -105 -4.0 +120 +2.5 +180 +2.5 +140 -5.5 -112 +2.5 +1300 -4.0 +125
IND Colts +7.0 -115 +4.0 -149 -2.5 -250 -2.5 -169 +5.5 -109 -2.5 -5000 +4.0 -145
Sun (9/25) @ 1:00pm ET CIN Bengals -4.5 -110 -14.5 -303 -8.5 +100 -8.5 +100 -6.5 -110 -14.5 -417 -15.5 +135
NY Jets +4.5 -110 +14.5 +235 +8.5 -130 +8.5 -130 +6.5 -110 +14.5 +285 +15.5 -161
Sun (9/25) @ 1:00pm ET LV Raiders -1.0 -110 +8.0 -345 +7.5 +105 +7.5 +340 -2.0 -109 +1.5 +6000 +7.5 +230
TEN Titans +1.0 -110 -8.0 +270 -7.5 -141 -7.5 -455 +2.0 -112 -1.5 0 -7.5 -278
Sun (9/25) @ 1:01pm ET BUF Bills -4.5 -110 -1.5 -115 -2.5 -200 +1.5 -120 +2.5 0 -2.5 -238
MIA Dolphins +4.5 -110 +1.5 -115 +2.5 +150 -1.5 -110 -2.5 +6000 +2.5 +190
Sun (9/25) @ 1:02pm ET DET Lions +7.0 -110 -3.0 +115 +3.5 +1150 -2.5 -161 +3.5 +830 -3.0 0
MIN Vikings -7.0 -110 +3.0 -145 -3.5 -5000 +2.5 +130 -3.5 -2000 +3.0 0
Sun (9/25) @ 1:02pm ET HOU Texans +2.5 -105 +2.5 -105 +1.5 -105 +3.0 -222 +2.5 +1400 +2.5 -108
CHI Bears -2.5 -115 -2.5 -125 -1.5 -125 -3.0 +180 -2.5 -10000 -2.5 -108
Sun (9/25) @ 1:02pm ET PHI Eagles -4.0 -110 -15.5 -125 -15.5 +140 -16.0 -110 -21.5 -294 -15.5 +125
WAS Commanders +4.0 -110 +15.5 -105 +15.5 -185 +16.0 -120 +21.5 +215 +15.5 -145
Sun (9/25) @ 1:03pm ET BAL Ravens -2.5 -115 -10.5 -164 -10.5 -10000 -11.0 -200 -10.5 -5000 -10.5 -189
NE Patriots +2.5 -105 +10.5 +135 +10.5 +1750 +11.0 +165 +10.5 +1100 +10.5 +160
Sun (9/25) @ 1:03pm ET NO Saints -3.0 -105 +8.0 -769 +14.5 +240 +8.0 +300 +7.5 +375 +14.5 0
CAR Panthers +3.0 -115 -8.0 +520 -14.5 -345 -8.0 -400 -7.5 -588 -14.5 0
Sun (9/25) @ 4:05pm ET JAX Jaguars +7.0 -110 -23.5 -115 -27.5 -105 -27.5 -200 +6.5 -112 -27.5 -161 -27.5 -125
LA Chargers -7.0 -110 +23.5 -115 +27.5 -135 +27.5 +165 -6.5 -109 +27.5 +122 +27.5 +110
Sun (9/25) @ 4:25pm ET GB Packers +3.0 -110 -7.5 -161 -7.5 -149 -7.5 -105 +1.5 -112 -1.5 -5000 -7.5 -169
TB Buccaneers -3.0 -110 +7.5 +130 +7.5 +115 +7.5 -125 -1.5 -108 +1.5 +1600 +7.5 +140
Sun (9/25) @ 4:25pm ET ATL Falcons +1.5 -110 -4.5 +100 -4.5 +280 -4.5 +100 +0.5 -108 -3.5 -3333 -4.5 +100
SEA Seahawks -1.5 -110 +4.5 -130 +4.5 -400 +4.5 -130 -0.5 -114 +3.5 +980 +4.5 -115
Sun (9/25) @ 4:25pm ET LA Rams -3.5 -115 -8.0 -141 -13.5 -149 -7.5 -169 -3.5 -109 -8.5 +340 -7.5 -115
ARI Cardinals +3.5 -105 +8.0 +110 +13.5 +115 +7.5 +140 +3.5 -112 +8.5 -526 +7.5 +100
Sun (9/25) @ 8:22pm ET SF 49ers +1.5 -110 -1.0 +115 -5.5 +120 -5.5 +110 -1.5 -108 +1.5 -1111 +0.5 +145
DEN Broncos -1.5 -110 +1.0 -145 +5.5 -154 +5.5 -141 +1.5 -114 -1.5 +580 -0.5 -175
Mon (9/26) @ 8:15pm ET DAL Cowboys +3.0 -110 -9.5 -120 -9.5 -115 -7.0 -233 -7.5 +1100 -7.0 0
NY Giants -3.0 -110 +9.5 -110 +9.5 -115 +7.0 +185 +7.5 -5000 +7.0 0
Thu (9/22) @ 8:15pm ET PIT Steelers u40.5 -110 u44 +105 u43.5 +110 u40.5 0 u40 -110
CLE Browns o40.5 -110 o44 -135 o43.5 -135 o40.5 +6500 o40 -105
Sun (9/25) @ 1:00pm ET KC Chiefs u49.5 -110 u37 -130 u41.5 -10000 u50.5 -110 u50.5 -112 u37.5 -3333 u36.5 +110
IND Colts o49.5 -110 o37 +100 o41.5 +3300 o50.5 -110 o50.5 -109 o37.5 +980 o36.5 -125
Sun (9/25) @ 1:00pm ET CIN Bengals o43.5 -105 o39.5 +235 o45.5 -135 o46 -110 o46.0 -108 o39.5 +235 o42 +105
NY Jets u43.5 -115 u39.5 -303 u45.5 +110 u46 -110 u46.0 -114 u39.5 -333 u42 -120
Sun (9/25) @ 1:00pm ET LV Raiders o45.5 -110 o40.5 +215 o44.5 -110 o45.5 -110 o45.5 -109 o46.5 +980 o40.5 +190
TEN Titans u45.5 -110 u40.5 -270 u44.5 -110 u45.5 -110 u45.5 -112 u46.5 -3333 u40.5 -238
Sun (9/25) @ 1:01pm ET BUF Bills o51.5 -110 o48.5 -110 o45.5 +155 o40.5 +2200 o45.5 +175
MIA Dolphins u51.5 -110 u48.5 -120 u45.5 -189 u40.5 0 u45.5 -208
Sun (9/25) @ 1:02pm ET DET Lions o51.5 -110 o52.5 +100 o55.5 +1000 o52.5 +630 o45.5 0
MIN Vikings u51.5 -110 u52.5 -130 u55.5 -3333 u52.5 -1250 u45.5 0
Sun (9/25) @ 1:02pm ET HOU Texans u39.5 -110 u43.5 -141 u45.5 -227 u43.5 -10000 u43.5 -141
CHI Bears o39.5 -110 o43.5 +110 o45.5 +170 o43.5 +1350 o43.5 +120
Sun (9/25) @ 1:02pm ET PHI Eagles o50.5 -110 o33 +100 o33.5 +120 o26.5 +168 o32.5 -169
WAS Commanders u50.5 -110 u33 -130 u33.5 -154 u26.5 -227 u32.5 +140
Sun (9/25) @ 1:03pm ET BAL Ravens o43.5 -105 o64 -120 o63.5 +1400 o63.5 +830 o63.5 +110
NE Patriots u43.5 -115 u64 -110 u63.5 -5000 u63.5 -2000 u63.5 -125
Sun (9/25) @ 1:03pm ET NO Saints u40.5 -110 u32 -110 u33.5 -125 u36.5 -417 u31.5 0
CAR Panthers o40.5 -110 o32 -120 o33.5 -105 o36.5 +285 o31.5 0
Sun (9/25) @ 4:05pm ET JAX Jaguars o47.5 -110 o48.5 +100 o48.5 +150 o45.5 -110 o46.0 -110 o48.5 -102 o48 0
LA Chargers u47.5 -110 u48.5 -130 u48.5 -200 u45.5 -110 u46.0 -110 u48.5 -128 u48 0
Sun (9/25) @ 4:25pm ET GB Packers o43.5 -110 o30.5 -115 o30.5 -105 o42 -110 o42.0 -110 o26.5 +1500 o23 -120
TB Buccaneers u43.5 -110 u30.5 -115 u30.5 -125 u42 -110 u42.0 -110 u26.5 -5000 u23 +105
Sun (9/25) @ 4:25pm ET ATL Falcons o42.5 -110 o57 -149 o56.5 -130 o43.5 -110 o50.5 +980 o57 -108
SEA Seahawks u42.5 -110 u57 +120 u56.5 +105 u43.5 -110 u50.5 -3333 u57 -108
Sun (9/25) @ 4:25pm ET LA Rams u50.5 -115 u41 -115 u38.5 +105 u48.5 -110 u31.5 +375 u34.5 -108
ARI Cardinals o50.5 -105 o41 -115 o38.5 -141 o48.5 -110 o31.5 -588 o34.5 -108
Sun (9/25) @ 8:22pm ET SF 49ers u43.5 -110 u23.5 +105 u23.5 +100 u45.0 -110 u21.5 -909 u23.5 +125
DEN Broncos o43.5 -110 o23.5 -135 o23.5 -130 o45.0 -110 o21.5 +510 o23.5 -145
Mon (9/26) @ 8:15pm ET DAL Cowboys o39.5 -115 o39.5 -115 o33.5 -110 o39.5 +980 o39.5 -105
NY Giants u39.5 -105 u39.5 -115 u33.5 -115 u39.5 -3333 u39.5 -110
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