NFL Week 9 Odds and Betting Lines: Baltimore Line Shrinking With Ravens Nursing Injuries

Baltimore is nursing some big injuries, notably to RB Gus Edwards and TE Mark Andrews, and has seen the spread go from -3 to as low as -1 — but largely available at -2 — in New Orleans on Monday night.

Last Updated: Nov 7, 2022 7:13 PM ET Read Time: 5 min
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Time flies when you're having fun and just like that — POOF! — we're at the midway mark of the NFL season with Week 9 odds on the board.

With most of the action winding down, we still have the Titans in Kansas City as massive underdogs against the Chiefs on Sunday Night Football followed by the Monday night finale with the Ravens visiting the Saints.

Titans QB Ryan Tannehill was listed as a game-time decision before ultimately being listed as inactive shortly before the contest. The line has shifted to Chiefs -14 as a result.

Here's a look at the opening Week 9 spread and total as well the early action reports and line moves.

The Sunday and Monday games look pretty great, with the Titans visiting the Chiefs and the Saints hosting the Ravens. Here's a look at the NFL Week 9 spreads and Over/Under totals.

Matchup Time Spread Over/Under
Eagles at Texans Thurs, 8:20 p.m. ET Texans +13.5 45.5
Chargers at Falcons Sun, 1 p.m. ET Falcons +3 49.5
Dolphins at Bears Sun, 1 p.m. ET Bears +3.5 45.5
Panthers at Bengals Sun, 1 p.m. ET Bengals -7 42.5
Packers at Lions Sun, 1 p.m. ET Lions +3.5 49.5
Raiders at Jaguars Sun, 1 p.m. ET Jaguars +2.5 48.5
Colts at Patriots Sun, 1 p.m. ET Patriots -5 40.5
Bills at Jets Sun, 1 p.m. ET Jets +10.5 46
Vikings at Commanders Sun, 1 p.m. ET Commanders +3 43.5
Seahawks at Cardinals Sun, 4:05 p.m. ET Cardinals -1.5 49
Rams at Buccaneers Sun, 4:05 p.m. ET Buccaneers -3 42.5
Titans at Chiefs Sun, 8:20 p.m. ET Chiefs -14 45
Ravens at Saints Mon, 8:15 p.m. ET Saints +2 47

Teams on bye this week: Browns, Cowboys, Broncos, 49ers, Steelers, Giants
Odds courtesy of 
DraftKings as of November 6, 2022.

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Opening line

Falcons +3, 48.5 O/U

Why the line moved

9:00 A.M. ET, SUNDAY, NOV. 6: The Falcons are an expensive +3 as of Sunday morning, indicating a potential move to Chargers -2.5 with the Bolts missing bodies on this offense. According to BetMGM books, 52% of bets are on Atlanta but 55% of money is backing Los Angeles. This total sits at 49.5 points.

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Opening line

Bears +4, 44 O/U

Why the line moved

9:00 A.M. ET, SUNDAY, NOV. 6: The forecast for Chicago is calling for clear skies and wind gusts up to 25 mph for the 1 p.m. ET kickoff between the Bears and Dolphins, with winds calming down in the second half. This total is sitting as high as 46.5 points as of Sunday morning. Miami is out there between -3.5 and -4.5. BetMGM is reporting heavy bet count on the Fins and the Over in this non-conference clash.

Opening line

Bengals -9, 43.5 O/U

Why the line moved

9:15 A.M. ET, SUNDAY, NOV. 6: Money is showing up on the Bengals, moving them from an expensive -7 to -7.5 at some respected online books Sunday morning. The Panthers had garnered sharp play early in the week, which took this spread off Cincy -7.5 to -7. According to BetMGM books, 73% of bets and 83% of handle is taking the points with the Panthers.

Opening line

Lions +3.5, 49 O/U

Why the line moved

9:15 A.M. ET, SUNDAY, NOV. 6: As of Sunday morning, the market consensus is still Green Bay -3.5. Lions RB D’Andre Swift is expected to play but be limited by multiple injuries. This total has also stayed put for the most part, sitting at 49.5 points. Covers Consensus shows 54% of picks on the Packers while BetMGM books are reporting 62% of bets and 71% of handle backing the Cheeseheads.

Opening line

Jaguars +1, 47 O/U

Why the line moved

9:20 A.M. ET, SUNDAY, NOV. 6: Las Vegas is a 2.5-point road favorite in Jacksonville but is not expected to have TE Darren Waller in action for Week 9. The Raiders opened as a 1-point road favorite last Sunday. This total is sitting between 47.5 and 48.5 points as of Sunday morning. Covers Consensus shows 53% of picks on the Silver and Black.

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Opening line

Patriots -6, 39.5 O/U

Why the line moved

9:20 A.M. ET, SUNDAY, NOV. 6: This has been one of the more interesting line moves of Week 9, with the Patriots opening -6 and pro players taking Indianapolis down to as low as +4.5. When Colts RB Jonathan Taylor was ruled out, this spread shot back up to as high as New England -7 at some offshores before buyback on Indy dropped it down to a market consensus of Pats -5 as of Sunday morning. New England is potentially out a running back as well, with Damien Harris unlikely to play and WR Devante Parker ruled out.

Opening line

Jets +12.5, 47 O/U

Why the line moved

9:20 A.M. ET, SUNDAY, NOV. 6: As of Sunday morning, the Bills are between -10.5 and -11.5 visiting the Jets in Week 9. New York is without WR Corey Davis and newly-acquired RB James Robinson is listed as questionable. BetMGM books are reporting 52% of bets on New York and 61% of money taking the points with the home dog.

Opening line

Commanders +3.5, 43.5 O/U

Why the line moved

9:20 A.M. ET, SUNDAY, NOV. 6: Minnesota is an expensive 3-point road favorite in Washington and could move back to -3.5 if money shows up on the Vikings before kickoff. Covers Consensus shows 59% of picks on Minnesota while BetMGM books are reporting 57% of bets and 56% on money backing the Vikes.

Opening line

Cardinals -3, 48.5 O/U

Why the line moved

9:20 A.M. ET, SUNDAY, NOV. 6: After opening as a 3-point home favorite, Arizona is down as low as -1.5 on Sunday morning. The Cardinals are hoping to get RB James Connor back in limited fashion in Week 9. Covers Consensus shows 51% of picks on Arizona while WynnBET books are reporting 52% of bet count and 53% of handle siding with the Seahawks. This total is as high as 49.5 points.

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Opening line

Buccaneers -2.5, 42.5 O/U

Why the line moved

9:40 A.M. ET, SUNDAY, NOV. 6: There are varying opinions from sharp players on this contest, which has kept this spread at Tampa Bay -3 most of the week. However, Rams +3 is juiced and could move to +2.5 if game-day action shows up on Los Angeles. According to WynnBET books, 56% of bet count is on the Bucs as well as 78% of the handle. The total is sitting at 42.5 points.

Opening line

Chiefs -11, 46 O/U

Why the line moved

9:40 A.M. ET, SUNDAY, NOV. 6: As of Sunday morning, Titans QB Ryan Tannehill is a game-time decision for Sunday night football. That has this spread sitting at Kansas City -12.5 at most books. The total is also down to 45.5 points. WynnBET books are reporting 60% of bets and 63% of money taking the points with Tennessee while 66% of bets back the Over vs. 76% of handle on the Under.

Opening line

Saints +3.5, 48.5 O/U

Why the line moved

7:00 P.M. ET, MONDAY, NOV. 7: With just over an hour away from kick off the Ravens still remain -1.5 favorites on the road. PointsBet is reporting 77% of bets on Baltimore but just 55% of handle. Meanwhile, the current total of 46 is seeing 51% of bets on the Over but 68% of handle. Gus Edwards and Mark Andrews will miss tonight's game.

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