The second Sunday of the 2022 NFL season is just about done, but the week is hardly over.
The NFL Week 2 odds are known to be a bit reactive, at least after the betting public gets their say. We looked at the openers and action throughout the week, tracking the biggest line moves and adjustments right up until kickoff.
Now, we get a double-dose of the pigskin on Monday Night Football to put a pin in Week 2. The Buffalo Bills look to build off their impressive Week 1 victory over the reigning Super Bowl champs by knocking off the Tennessee Titans as 10-point home favorites. Later in the evening, we'll see the Minnesota Vikings travel to the City of Brotherly Love to face the Philadelphia Eagles, who are favored by nearly a field goal.
Here are the latest NFL odds for Week 2.
NFL Week 2 Odds
These are the latest NFL odds for Week 2, with the Bills and Eagles favored in their respective Monday Night Football clashes.
|Chargers at Chiefs||Thurs, 8:20 p.m. ET||Chiefs -4||54|
|Panthers at Giants||Sun, 1 p.m. ET||Giants +1||43.5|
|Dolphins at Ravens||Sun, 1 p.m. ET||Ravens -3.5||44|
|Patriots at Steelers||Sun, 1 p.m. ET||Steelers +3||40.5|
|Jets at Browns||Sun, 1 p.m. ET||Browns -6.5||39|
|Commanders at Lions||Sun, 1 p.m. ET||Lions -1||48|
|Colts at Jaguars||Sun, 1 p.m. ET||Jaguars +3||43.5|
|Buccaneers at Saints||Sun, 1 p.m. ET||Saints +2.5||44|
|Falcons at Rams||Sun, 4:05 p.m. ET||Rams -10||46|
|Seahawks at 49ers||Sun, 4:05 p.m. ET||49ers -8.5||39.5|
|Cardinals at Raiders||Sun, 4:25 p.m. ET||Raiders -5.5||51.5|
|Texans at Broncos||Sun 4:25 p.m. ET||Broncos -10||45.5|
|Bengals at Cowboys||Sun, 4:25 p.m. ET||Cowboys +7.5||42|
|Bears at Packers||Sun, 8:20 p.m. ET||Packers -10||41.5|
|Titans at Bills||Mon, 8:15 p.m. ET||Bills -10||47.5|
|Vikings at Eagles||Mon, 9:30 p.m. ET||Eagles -2.5||50|
Odds courtesy of DraftKings as of September 18, 2022
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Giants -2.5, 42.5 O/U
Why the line moved
11:30 A.M. ET, SUNDAY, SEPT. 18: Sunday morning money on Carolina has bumped the Panthers all the way from 2.5-point underdogs to 1-point road favorites at many sportsbooks, while other shops sit on the fence at a PK. Most books were reporting heavier ticket count on New York but relatively split money on this game.
Previous Panthers at Giants action
8:00 A.M. ET, SUNDAY, SEPT. 18: Action on the Panthers this weekend has trimmed this spread to as low as Giants -1 at many sportsbooks while some stand at New York -2 and a few -2.5 are still out there at spots like Circa Colorado. Covers Consensus is showing 57% of picks on the host G-Men. The total is at 43.5 points.
8:30 A.M. ET. THURSDAY, SEPT. 15: The Giants are out there between -1.5 and -2.5 across the industry, with two-way action on this game in terms of ticket count but bigger bets coming in on the Giants. DraftKings was reporting 70% of money on the G-Men.
10:00 P.M. ET, SUNDAY, SEPT. 11: The Giants opened as 2.5-point home favorites vs. Carolina fresh off Brian Daboll’s winning debut. Early action has bet against the home side and has this line as short as N.Y. -1. The total hit the board at 42.5 and is up as high as 43 at some books.
Ravens -4.5, 45.5 O/U
Why the line moved
8:00 A.M. ET, SUNDAY, SEPT. 18: After the quick move from Baltimore -4.5 to -3.5 in the first two days of action, the majority of books have held steady at that spread heading into Sunday. There is one sharper offshore operator down to Ravens -3 (-124) as of Sunday morning. Heading into the weekend, books were reporting two-way ticket count but more money riding on the Dolphins from that early-week movement. The total is at 44.5 points.
Previous Dolphins at Ravens action
11:17 A.M. ET, MONDAY, SEPT. 12: Money continued to come in on the visiting Dolphins overnight Sunday, forcing books to move this pointspread down from Ravens -4 to -3.5 on Monday morning. The total also dropped from 45.5 down to 43.5.
10:00 P.M. ET, SUNDAY, SEPT. 11: The Ravens opened as 4.5-point favorites vs. visiting Miami with some books posting Baltimore -4. From there, early play was on the Dolphins, which has the markets dropping to as low as -3.5. This total opened at 45.5 points. Baltimore has some injuries to watch in the run game as well as the offensive line.
Steelers +1, 41 O/U
Why the line moved
8:00 A.M. ET, SUNDAY, SEPT. 18: After a short move to Patriots -2 in the middle of the week, this spread is back to New England -2.5 at most shops with the vig up to -115, indicating a potential move to a field goal line if morning money taking the road team. The total is sitting as low as 40 points with a market consensus of 40.5/ Covers Consensus shows 65% of picks on Pittsburgh and 65% of total picks on the Under.
Previous Patriots at Steelers action
8:30 A.M. ET. THURSDAY, SEPT. 15: Patriots QB Mac Jones was back in action this week fighting through a back injury, and that has this spread climbing as high as New England -2.5 at Pittsburgh. The total has dipped as low as 40 points, however, PointsBet books are reporting heavy play on the Over: 81% of bets and 90% of the early money coming on the Over.
10:20 P.M. ET, SUNDAY, SEPT. 11: Some books opened the Steelers as 1-point home underdogs while others are waiting on the official status of Patriots QB Mac Jones (injured back), Pittsburgh RB Najee Harris (ankle), and defensive star T.J. Watt (pec) before pegging a price on Pittsburgh. The markets that did open have jumped to Patriots -1.5. This total hit the board at 41 points and is up to 42 at some shops.
Browns -6, 43 O/U
Why the line moved
8:00 A.M. ET, SUNDAY, SEPT. 18: The Browns are 6.5-point chalk at most operators with a few dealing Cleveland -6 as of Sunday morning. This total moved dramatically this week, sinking from 43 points to 39 and has now settled at 39.5 across the industry. Heading into the week books like DraftKings were reporting split ticket count on the total but 67% of handle taking the Under.
Previous Jets at Browns action
10:00 A.M. ET, WEDNESDAY, SEPT 14: This total is dropping like a stone, with the number slimming from 43 to as low as 39.5 points. Cleveland is out there as 6-point chalk but FanDuel is dealing the Browns -5.5 below the key number. DraftKings reporting 83% of tickets and 80% of handle on the Under.
11:12 A.M. ET, MONDAY, SEPT. 12: As of Monday morning, the Browns are still holding as 6.5-point favorites over the visiting Jets. The big movement overnight and into Monday morning was with the total, which fell another full point from 41.5 to 40.5.
10:20 P.M. ET, SUNDAY, SEPT. 11: Cleveland is coming off a thrilling Week 1 win over Carolina and opened at -6 hosting the Jets and second-stringer Joe Flacco. Early money laid the favorite and the Browns are now -6.5 at many places. This total opened at 43 points and has slid as low as 41.5 points with instant action on the Under on Sunday night.
Lions -1, 46.5 O/U
Why the line moved
8:00 A.M. ET, SUNDAY, SEPT. 18: As of Sunday morning, this matchup is all over the board. The Lions are as big as -2.5 favorite at Circa Colorado and the line is as low as pick’em at a number of sportsbooks. Detroit star RB D’Andre Swift is playing through an ankle injury and could be limited in the offense in Week 2. Covers Consensus shows 62% of picks on the Lions. This total opened at 46.5 and took sharp action on the Over all the way to 49.5. However, with the Swift news the number has slimmed as low as 48 points.
Previous Commanders at Lions action
10:15 A.M. ET, WEDNESDAY, SEPT 14: Pro betting groups jumped on the Over in this game and moved the total from 46 to as high as 49.5 points. DraftKings sportsbooks have 93% of the early money betting on the Over. However, a number of books have come down a bit with buyback on the Under to 48.5.
11:20 A.M. ET, MONDAY, SEPT. 12: As of Monday morning, the pointspread for this NFC matchup was holding at Lions -2 at most shops. Books continue to take money on the Over and bumped the total again, from 47.5 to 48.5.
10:20 P.M. ET, SUNDAY, SEPT. 11: Detroit opened between -1 and -2.5 at offshores and that spread is out there between those numbers. Many mainstream books are dealing Lions -2 as of Sunday evening. The total for this one opened as low as 46 points and took early play on the Over, jumping the number to as high as 47.5 points.
Jaguars +4, 45.5 O/U
Why the line moved
8:00 A.M. ET, SUNDAY, SEPT. 18: With Colts WR Michael Pittman out for Week 2 due to a quad injury, this spread has slimmed from Indianapolis -4 to -3. Some shops are dealing a soft Colts -3 with some down to EVEN money on the field-goal favorite, indicating a potential moved to -2.5. Covers Consensus shows 61% of picks on the Colts. The total has also moved, down from 45.5 to 45 points with a few spots down to 44.5 points.
Previous Colts at Jaguars action
9:00 A.M. ET. THURSDAY, SEPT. 15: Colts WR Michael Pittman missed practice on Wednesday due to injury and that has shrunk not only this total but also the point spread. Indianapolis is down from -4 to -3.5 at DraftKings while the Over/Under number — which climbed as high as 47 points — is down to 45 at some books. Indianapolis could have All-Pro linebacker Shaquille Leonard back for Week 2.
10:20 P.M. ET, SUNDAY, SEPT. 11: There’s plenty of bad blood involved in this AFC South showdown, as the Jaguars upset the Colts in Week 18 and spoiled their playoff plans last season. Jacksonville opened as a 4-point home underdog and early play has a handful of bookies dealing Colts -4.5. The total opened at 45.5 points and is up to 46.5 at some sharper offshore sportsbooks.
Saints +3, 47 O/U
Why the line moved
8:00 A.M. ET, SUNDAY, SEPT. 18: Saints RB Alvin Kamara could sit out Week 2 with a rib injury and will be a game-time decision for this NFC South showdown. The Bucs also have skill positions banged up, with WR Julio Jones questionable and Chris Godwin out. Those injuries are somewhat offsetting adjustments, with this spread still at Tampa Bay -2.5 with a handful of books down to -2. This total opened as high as 46 points last Monday and is down to 44 points as of Sunday morning. BetMGM books are reporting 66% of bets and 72% of handle on the Buccaneers while 56% of the money is siding with the Over.
Previous Buccaneers at Saints action
9:00 A.M. ET. THURSDAY, SEPT. 15: A slew of skill positions showed up on the Bucs’ injury report Wednesday, but many of those players should be good to go in Week 2. Receivers Chris Godwin and Julio Jones do stand out as potential absentees. New Orleans QB Jameis Winston was also limited in practice Wednesday but said it was more a rest spot. This total continues to shrink, sitting at 44 points from a look-ahead number of 47 points in the summer.
10:30 A.M. ET, WEDNESDAY, SEPT 14: Early play on New Orleans has knocked this spread from Saints +3 to +2.5 at some shops. The Bucs will likely be without receiver Chris Godwin for Week 2 (hamstring). DraftKings is one of those books dealing Tampa Bay -2.5 and while 76% of ticket count is on the Buccaneers, only 56% of the money is backing the Bucs.
9:30 A.M. ET, TUESDAY, SEPT 13: The total for this NFC South showdown has slimmed considerably in the first 24 hours of action, coming down from an opener of 47 points to as low as 44 as of Tuesday morning. Tampa Bay will not have WR Chris Godwin due to a hamstring injury suffered in Week 1.
11:25 A.M. ET, MONDAY, SEPT. 12: Sportsbooks posted a point spread of Buccaneers -3 for this Week 2 matchup in New Orleans. The total opened at 45.5, down slightly from the look-ahead figure of 47.
10:30 P.M. ET, SUNDAY, SEPT. 11: The look-ahead markets have the Buccaneers as field-goal favorites on the road in New Orleans — before the conclusion of Tampa Bay’s matchup with Dallas on Sunday night. The total was at 47 points.
Rams -11, 48 O/U
Why the line moved
8:30 A.M. ET, SUNDAY, SEPT. 18: The Rams are -10 across the industry as of Sunday morning, with BetMGM books reporting 73% of money riding on Los Angeles. This lookahead line was -13.5 before the start of the season and dropped to -12 after L.A.’s loss to Buffalo in the 2022 season opener. After the Falcons close loss to NOLA in Week 1, it re-opened -10 and bounced between that and Rams -10.5 this week. The total is down as low as 46.5 after opening at 48 points.
Previous Falcons at Rams action
11:30 A.M. ET, MONDAY, SEPT. 12: In what feels like a bit of an overreaction to Week 1 results, the pointspread for this Week 2 matchup between the Falcons and the Rams continued to fall Monday morning. After posting a look-ahead line of Rams -13.5 that number slimmed to -11/-11.5 on Sunday, and dropped even further to -10 on Monday morning.
10:30 P.M. ET, SUNDAY, SEPT. 11: After an embarrassing loss to Buffalo in the Thursday season opener, the Rams dropped from -13.5 look-ahead line favorites to -12. Then, after the Falcons fought hard vs. the rival Saints on Sunday, this line reopened as low as Los Angeles -11. Some markets have climbed to L.A. -11.5. The Over/Under hit the board at 48 points and is down as low as 47 at select sportsbooks.
49ers -10, 43 O/U
Why the line moved
8:30 A.M. ET, SUNDAY, SEPT. 18: The 49ers range from -8.5 to -9.5 across the market as of Sunday morning. Covers Consensus is showing only 33% of picks on the host Niners while sportsbooks like BetMGM – which is dealing San Francisco -9 – is reporting 69% of picks on Seattle but split handle on this NFC West matchup. The total is down as low as 39.5 points with the forecast calling for rain and winds gusting up to 22 mph.
Previous Seahawks at 49ers action
9:00 A.M. ET. THURSDAY, SEPT. 15: San Francisco was as high as -10 but money is showing up on Seattle and slimming this back toward the opener of Niners -9 — with some spots going as low as -8.5. San Francisco star TE George Kittle didn’t practice due to a groin injury Wednesday, and his status for Week 2 is questionable. PointsBet books are showing a big split in action for this NFC West war, with 69% of early bets on the Seahawks but 69% of handle on the home team.
10:30 A.M. ET, WEDNESDAY, SEPT 14: After re-opening this line as low as Niners -8.5, action on the home side has pushed this spread all the way to -10. Seattle is on a short week and coming off a letdown spot after an emotional win over Denver on Monday — a game the Seahawks were severely outgained in. DraftKings books are seeing 80% of early bets and 71% of handle on San Francisco. This total has also slimmed from 43 to 41.5 points.
9:30 A.M. ET, TUESDAY, SEPT 13: With Seattle shocking Denver at home on Monday night, this line has gone from a look-ahead market of San Francisco -10 to an official opener as low as Niners -8.5. The 49ers are coming off a loss at Chicago in Week 1 and lost RB Elijah Mitchell to injury in the season opener.
10:35 P.M. ET, SUNDAY, SEPT. 11: Look-ahead markets opened with the 49ers as big as 10-point home chalk before Seattle’s Monday Night Football matchup with Denver in Week 1. That spread has slimmed as low as San Francisco -8.5 after its loss at Chicago in Sunday's wet-and-wild finish. The total of 43 points is down as low as 42 for those books hanging a lookahead on this game.
Raiders -3, 52.5 O/U
Why the line moved
8:30 A.M. ET, SUNDAY, SEPT. 18: Early money moved this spread from as low as Raiders -3 to as high as -6 but that has slimmed to -5.5 with some books dealing Las Vegas as low as -5 as of Sunday morning. Covers Consensus shows 52% of picks on the home side while BetMGM books are reporting a similar split in ticket but 60% of the money on the Silver and Black. This total moved from 52 to 51.5 when it opened and has stayed steady at the number, despite more than 70% of total bets and handle on the Over.
Previous Cardinals at Raiders action
9:15 A.M. ET. THURSDAY, SEPT. 15: After the market ran the Raiders from -3 to -6, there has been some buyback on Arizona. That has Las Vegas down to as low as -5 at some sharper offshores. This total seems stuck on 51.5 points after coming down from an opener as high as 52, despite one-sided bets on the Over. PointsBet is reporting 59% of ticket count and 84% of money riding on a high-scoring finish in Sin City.
9:30 A.M. ET, TUESDAY, SEPT 13: The spread continues to climb for this non-conference clash, with Las Vegas jumping up to as high as 6-point home chalk at some books. Arizona was steamrolled by Kansas City in Week 1 and now faces another dangerous passing attack in the Raiders, which is why this total is bouncing between 51.5 and 52 points. Early Covers Consensus numbers show 55% of picks on Vegas and 64% of total picks taking the Over.
11:36 A.M. ET, MONDAY, SEPT. 12: After adding the hook from Raiders -3 to -3.5 on Sunday, sportsbooks continued to take action on Las Vegas and most mainstream books bumped their point spread for this Week 2 contest up to -4.5 on Monday morning.
10:45 P.M. ET, SUNDAY, SEPT. 11: Las Vegas opened as a field-goal favorite at home in Week 2 and early play has pumped that spread up to -3.5. The total opened between 51.5 and 52.5 points and has settled at the lower number at most books with early opinion on the Under trimming the total a touch on Sunday night.
Broncos -10.5, 43.5 O/U
Why the line moved
8:30 A.M. ET, SUNDAY, SEPT. 18: Denver is -10 across the industry with some places upping the vig on the Broncos to -120, indicating a potential move to -10.5 — which is where the lookahead line was for this game before Week 1. BetMGM is taking 64% of bets and 72% of money on the home side. The total has seen significant movement this week, jumping from 43.5 to 46 points with play on the Over. Buyback on that has settled the total at 45.5 as of Sunday morning but there are some books as high as 46 and some as low as 45.
Previous Texans at Broncos action
9:45 A.M. ET, TUESDAY, SEPT 13: After Denver’s surprising loss at Seattle on Monday, this spread re-opened from the look-ahead line of Broncos -10.5 to as low as Broncos -9.5 for their home opener with the bulk of books dealing -10. The total hit the board at 43.5 points.
10:45 P.M. ET, SUNDAY, SEPT. 11: Denver’s look-ahead line for Week 2 has it as 10.5-point home chalk before its Monday night game in Seattle to wrap up Week 1. Some spots opened this one as high as -11.5. Those books hanging a spread on this game are sitting anywhere from -10 and -11.5. The look-ahead total is out there at 43.5 points.
Cowboys +6, 44.5 O/U
Why the line moved
8:30 A.M. ET, SUNDAY, SEPT. 18: Early money jumped on Cincinnati after the Dak Prescott injury news for the Cowboys QB. The lookahead line was Dallas -2.5 before his injury in Week 1, and books re-opened with the Cowboys as 6-point underdogs — which got pushed up as high as +8.5 before buyback trimmed the spread as low as a touchdown on Sunday morning. The total dropped from 44.5 points to 41.5. BetMGM books are reporting 81% of tickets on the Bengals and 83% of the handle on the visitor in Week 2.
Previous Bengals at Cowboys action
9:45 A.M. ET, TUESDAY, SEPT 13: Money is fading the dire QB situation in Dallas, with the Cowboys now up to +7 home underdogs in the wake of Dak Prescott’s injury. Some places like FanDuel have already jumped to Bengals -7.5 as of Tuesday morning.
9:00 A.M. ET, MONDAY, SEPT. 12: With Cowboys QB Dak Prescott undergoing surgery on his throwing hand, he’s expected to miss 6-8 weeks for Dallas. That leaves this offense in the hands of backup Cooper Rush – for now. Most books have yet to post an adjusted opener on this non-conference clash but early numbers from Las Vegas and offshore markets are between Bengals -5.5 and -6. The total is sitting at 44.5 points.
10:45 P.M. ET, SUNDAY, SEPT. 11: The look-ahead line ahead of Dallas’ Week 1 matchup with Tampa Bay had the Cowboys as 2.5-point home chalk to Cincinnati. The total was at 51 points.
Packers -8.5, 44 O/U
Why the line moved
8:30 A.M. ET, SUNDAY, SEPT. 18: After opening at Green Bay -9, this spread has bounced on and off the key number of -10 all week. As of Sunday morning, the industry consensus is Packers -10 with Covers Consensus showing just 43% of picks on the Cheeseheads following their opening loss to Minnesota and Chicago’s upset of San Francisco in Week 1. The total opened at 44.5 points and sunk to as low as 41.5 points. BetMGM is reporting 67% of ticket count and 70% of the money on the Under for Sunday Night Football.
Previous Bears at Packers action
11:40 A.M. ET, MONDAY, SEPT. 12: Most mainstream sportsbooks seem to have settled on a pointspread of Packers -9.5 for Sunday Night Football. The total continues to tumble as early bettors seem to have little faith in either offense at this point. Books have dropped the Over/Under from 44/45, down to 43.5 on Sunday evening, and down further to 43 on Monday morning.
10:45 P.M. ET, SUNDAY, SEPT. 11: This NFC North matchup opened between Green Bay -7.5 and -8.5. Early money came in on the Packers and pushed this spread to as high as -9.5 with early bets expecting a letdown from Chicago after an upset over the 49ers at home in Week 1. This total opened between 44 and 45.5 points and the market has run that down to as low as 43.5.
Bills -9, 50 /U
Why the line moved
5:30 P.M. ET, MONDAY, SEPT. 19: The Bills opened today between -9.5 and -10 depending on the book, and that has stayed steady throughout the day. DraftKings is reporting 67% of the bets on the Bills, along with 73% of the handle. On the total side, the line currently sits at 47.5 with most books. DK is also reporting 62% on the Over, but just 29% of the handle.
Previous Titans at Bills action
1:10 P.M. ET, MONDAY, SEPT. 19: The Bills bounced back between -9.5 and -10 this weekend and head into tonight -9.5 or -10 depending on the book. DraftKings is reporting 66% of the bets on the Bills, along with 76% of the handle. On the total side, the line currently sits at 47.5 with most books. DK is also reporting 64% on the Over, but just 52% of the handle.
8:45 A.M. ET, SUNDAY, SEPT. 18: The Bills have been bouncing between -9.5 and -10 this weekend and head into Sunday as a 10-point favorite across the industry, with some shops dealing Buffalo -10 (-105) — indicating a potential move back to -9.5 if Titans money shows up before Monday night. BetMGM books are reporting 52% of ticket count on Tennessee but 52% of a handle on Buffalo. This total is sitting as low as 46 points at Circa Las Vegas while most shops are dealing 47.5, which is down from the opening total of 50 points.
11:58 A.M. ET. SATURDAY, SEPT. 17: Buffalo -10 is the universal number across the vast majority of respected books as of Saturday morning. There are a couple of -9.5's still available but they will likely be gone by game day. If you're planning to bet on the Bills, and can still see -9.5, get it now. The total continues to fall and now sits as low as 47.5 at many sportsbooks.
9:15 A.M. ET. THURSDAY, SEPT. 15: The betting market is in love with the Bills, driving this Monday Night Football spread up to Buffalo -10. FanDuel sportsbooks are clinging to a juicy -9.5 as of Thursday morning for those looking for something below the key number. This total has come down off the opener of 50 points and sits as low as 48 points, with more money siding with the Under early on.
11:00 P.M. ET, SUNDAY, SEPT. 11: The Bills couldn’t have looked any better in their debut game, thumping the Super Bowl-winning Rams. Buffalo has a mini-bye to prep for this MNF home opener against Tennessee, with books opening the home side at -9 and watching early money run that number as high as -10 on Sunday night. The total hit the board at 50 points and is down to 49.5 at most books.
Eagles -3, 50 O/U
Why the line moved
5:30 P.M. ET, MONDAY, SEPT. 19: The line can be found at -3 or -2.5 depending on the book, but the public still seems to be backing the Vikings, with DraftKings reporting 60% of bets on the Vikes. With that said, 70% of the handle is on Philadelphia. There is still heavy money on the 49.5 line as well, with DK having 65% backing the Over, and 75% of the handle.
Previous Vikings at Eagles action
1:15 P.M. ET, MONDAY, SEPT. 19: Over the weekend, the market reached a consensus of Eagles -2.5. DraftKings is reporting 67% of the bets on Minnesota but 79% of the handle on Philly -2.5. Covers Consensus shows 57% of picks on the visiting Vikings. This total ticked up from the opener of 48.5 points to as high as 51, but now finds itself between 48.5 and 49 across the market. DK is drawing heavy Over play, with 68% of the bets leaning that way with 82% of the handle.
8:45 A.M. ET, SUNDAY, SEPT. 18: This spread varied heading into the weekend, with Philadelphia between -1 and -2.5 for this second of two Monday night matchups. Over the weekend, the market reached a consensus of Eagles -2.5. BetMGM is reporting a split ticket count but 63% of the money on the home side. Covers Consensus shows 58% of picks on the visiting Vikings. This total ticked up from the opener of 48.5 points to as high as 51 before dropping back to 50.5 points. Books drew heavy Over play, with over 75% of bets and handle banking on a high-scoring finish Monday night.
9:45 A.M. ET, TUESDAY, SEPT 13: Minnesota continues to draw early love from bettors, slimming this spread from an opener of +3 to +1.5 at some places. There are still some Eagles -2 lines out there. This total has also spiked from as low as 49 points to as high as 52.5 at some sportsbooks. Early Covers Consensus shows 64% of picks on the Vikings and 66% of total picks taking the Over in the second of two Monday Night Football games.
11:46 A.M. ET, MONDAY, SEPT. 12: Bettors are bullish on the Vikings after a very impressive win over the visiting Green Bay Packers in Week 1. The Eagles opened as 3-point home favorites, that number was trimmed to -2.5 on Sunday evening and continued that trend down to Philly -2 on Monday morning. The total edged back up to 50.5.
11:00 P.M. ET, SUNDAY, SEPT. 11: The second of a Monday doubleheader opened with the Eagles between -2.5 and -3. The market consensus is sitting at a field goal at most books. This total opened between 49 and 50 points and is now as low as 48.5 points.
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