Let’s update and examine NFL Week 9 betting odds for all 12 games on Sunday’s slate.
Three games catch our eye: Titans-Chiefs, Bills-Jets, and Rams-Bucs.
Money continued to come in on Kansas City with Tennessee starting QB Ryan Tannehill (ankle) missing practice and looking unlikely to play on Sunday.
Six teams are on a bye. The Browns, Cowboys, Broncos, Giants, Steelers, and 49ers are all off this week.
Point Spreads, Total, Moneylines for Week 9 of 2022 NFL Season
Here are odds from across the sports betting market for Week 9.
NFL Week 9 Betting Lines
Here’s a game-by-game look at all of the NFL Week 9 games, with lines from DraftKings as of Friday, Nov. 4.
Chargers (-3, 49.5) vs. Falcons
The total ticked up from an opener of 48 here. LA’s offense travels as the Chargers have played to the Over in five of their last six road tilts. Atlanta failed to cover its first game at home last week in a 37-34 win over Carolina.
Bills (-11, 46) vs. Jets
Support for the home dog knocked this down from an opener of Bills -12.5. This game marks the fourth time Buffalo has been a double-digit favorite this season, but the first time it’s happened on the road.
Rams vs. Buccaneers (-3, 42.5)
Rams WR Cooper Kupp (ankle) is reportedly on track to play in this battle between two struggling three-win teams. Tampa Bay has yet to cover as a home favorite in four games so far.
Titans vs. Chiefs (-12.5, -45)
Titans QB Ryan Tannehill (ankle) did not practice again on Thursday. Rookie Malik Willis might get his second career NFL start against Kansas City, which opened at -11 in this one.
Willis would be advised to hand the ball off to Derrick Henry as much as possible.
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Panthers vs. Bengals (-7.5, 42.5)
Cincinnati got humbled by Cleveland on Sunday Night Football, 32-13. That loss snapped a five-game cover streak ATS. The Bengals will again be without star WR Ja’Marr Chase (hip).
Vikings (-3, 43.5) vs. Commanders
Kirk Cousins returns to Washington to face his former team. Minnesota just keeps finding ways to win, but Washington’s an intriguing home dog here. Backup QB Taylor Heinicke is 2-0 after taking over for Carson Wentz (finger).
Raiders (-1.5, 48) vs. Jaguars
Maybe the most unappealing matchup on the Week 9 betting card. If you’re looking for a trend play, the Jaguars have gone 5-0 to the Under is their last five games at home.
Packers (-3.5, 50) vs. Lions
It would have been nice to see the Packers acquire WR Chase Claypool before the trade deadline, but he’s now in the division with the Bears. Fun fact: The Packers have a 42-43-1 ATS record against the Lions dating back to 1979, per StatMuse. It doesn’t get more even than that unless Detroit covers in Week 9.
Colts vs. Patriots (-5.5, 40.5)
The Patriots have dominated this series as winners in eight of their last nine games against the Colts. Indy QB Sam Ehlinger threw for 201 yards, and aside from a fumble, looked solid in his NFL debut last week. It wasn’t enough for Indy to beat Washington, but Ehlinger’s a definite improvement over Matt Ryan.
Dolphins (-4, 45.5) vs. Bears
The Under has cashed in four of the last five home games for Chicago. But the Bears have found an offensive rhythm, for lack of a better word given their plodding ways, the past two weeks. Slight lean to the Over here.
Seahawks vs. Cardinals (-2, 49.5)
Seattle has won and covered its last three games. The Seahawks (5-3) lead the NFC West and the Cardinals (3-5) reside in the cellar. We paired the Seahawks and Saints in our Week 9 Wong Teaser.
Ravens (-2.5, 48) vs. Saints, Monday
Slight movement here after an opener of Ravens -3. New Orleans has been putting up some points at home this season. The Saints have averaged 27.5 points in their last four games in the dome.