NFL WEEK 9 Odds
The NFL Week 9 odds are up and there is no time for a few of the teams to R-E-L-A-X. Yes that’s you Packers and Rams, Titans, Chargers, Vikings and Eagles!
Week 9 has 13 games and like last week, 5 home dogs: Bucs +3, Browns +7, 49ers +3, Rams +3 and Raiders +1. Home dogs went 2-3 last week.
Byes this week: CARDINALS, BEARS, BENGALS, TEXANS, PATRIOTS, REDSKINS
|Atlanta||-3||At Tampa Bay||51.5|
|At Kansas City||-8||Jacksonville||45.5|
|At NY Giants||-2.5||Philadelphia||43|
|At Miami||-3.5||NY Jets||45|
|New Orleans||-3||At San Francisco||51|
|Carolina||-3||At Los Angeles||46|
|At Green Bay||-7||Indianapolis||52.5|
|At San Diego||-4.5||Tennessee||48.5|
WEEK 9 TREND SETTER – Pick Sixty Sports
Here is a look at some of early Week 9 NFL odds with trends that are helping shape the line.
The Saints took on the Seattle Seahawks in Week 8 and although it was a modest day for the New Orleans offense compared to their first three home games, they got the W. New Orleans (3-4 SU) has now covered four-straight ATS and they are 3-point faves in Week 9 at San Francisco — a line that’s already heating up.
New Orleans is 0-4-1 ATS its past five against the Niners and 4-1 O/U but this is the highest ever total (O/U 51) between these teams in the Sports Database history, which dates back to 1989 (36 games). This is also the first four-game ATS win streak for the Saints since 2011. Their record in this spot: 9-2 SU, 7-3-1 ATS and 10-1 O/U (outscoring opponents 37 to 25).
Denver at Oakland (-1 and O/U 43.5); Sunday Night Football
This total is already creeping up to 44 at some sportsbooks and this should be a great matchup. It’s only the sixth divisional game in 26 years where a team was coming off a road win in which it took more than 15 penalties. The past five went 0-5 O/U, averaging a final combined score of just 28.4 points.
Buffalo at Seattle (-7 and O/U 44); Monday Night Football
Seeing the Hawks so close to the bottom of the ‘Rushing Yards’ column is surreal, given what this team has accomplished in the past four years. From 2012 to 2015, Seattle averaged 151 RYPG. This year they are 28th in the league at 81.4 RYPG.
That chalk line seems a bit steep but Seattle certainly has one of the best home field advantages in football. The recent record for huge home faves that can’t run the ball is 24-3 SU but only 14-13 ATS. Teaser bettors may want to consider the Hawks but for flat bettors, consider that 18 of those 27 games went over the total by an average of 3.5 points per game.
OFFICE POOL AND SURVIVOR PICKS – Sportsline.com
Sportsline.com every week gives early looks and picks for those in Office and Survivor pools.
Sportsline’s Computer is 68-47-2 SU and 61-52-4 ATS this year.
Big Dog Play of Week 7? The Computer is taking the Browns +7 as it figures the Cowboys are going to relax vs them, but not too much. Check out the rest of the picks –