NFL Week 17 Spreads, Money Lines and Totals

NFL Week 17 Spreads, Money Lines and Totals

NFL Week 17 Betting Odds

Plenty still needs to be decided as the 2023 NFL regular season reaches the penultimate weekend. The playoff races in both conferences are a jumbled mess with several teams still in contention for the remaining few spots. Only eight teams – four from each conference – have been officially eliminated from the postseason with the New York Jets extending the longest current drought to 13 seasons. Reserved to a spoiler role once again, the Jets can make things difficult for the Cleveland Browns when the two open the betting week in the final Thursday Night Football game of the season. The Browns, winners of three straight under veteran Joe Flacco, are positioned as a 7.5-point favorite, one of five home teams laying at least a converted touchdown on the early line.

Two of the top teams in the NFC collide in the lone Saturday matchup. For the first time since 1993 the Detroit Lions are division champs securing the North title with a 30-24 win at Minnesota on Sunday for their 11th victory of the season, matching the most in single campaign since a franchise record 12 wins in 1991. The Lions enter the weekend tied with San Francisco and Philadelphia for the best record in the conference one game ahead of the Cowboys. After dropping two straight on the road the Boys are hoping home cooking can help turn things around. Dallas is 7-0 at home with six payouts and opened as a 6-point favorite.

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NFL Week 17 Schedule

Thursday, December 28
Jets at Browns (-7.5) 35 Jets +276, Browns -344
Saturday, December 30
Lions at Cowboys (-6) 54 Lions +226, Cowboys -275
Sunday, December 31
Dolphins at Ravens (-3.5) 47 Dolphins +170, Ravens -200
Patriots at Bills (-12) 40.5 Patriots +534, Bills -750
Falcons at Bears (-3) 38 Falcons +140, Bears -160
Titans at Texans (-4) 43 Titans +170, Texans -200
Raiders at Colts (-3) 44 Raiders +130, Colts -150
Panthers at Jaguars (-6.5) 38 Panthers +221, Jaguars -268
Rams (-6) at Giants 42 Rams -275, Giants +226
Cardinals at Eagles (-11) 48.5 Cardinals +447, Eagles -600
Saints at Buccaneers (-3) 42.5 Saints +140, Buccaneers -160
49ers (-14) at Commanders 49 49ers -900, Commanders +614
Steelers at Seahawks (-3.5) 41.5 Steelers +155, Seahawks -180
Bengals at Chiefs (-7) 44 Bengals +263, Chiefs -325
Chargers at Broncos (-5) 39 Chargers +188, Broncos -225
Packers at Vikings (-2) 46.5 Packers +115 Vikings -135
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With no Monday Night Football matchup the rest of the action takes place on Sunday with every game having playoff implications for at least one of the teams involved. Since winning the division gets you into the postseason those races will be watched closely and none is tighter than the one taking place in the AFC South. The Jacksonville Jaguars had a firm grasp on the lead just last month but a four-game losing streak dropped them into a tie with Indianapolis and Houston. The Jags have a golden opportunity to end their slide hosting the 2-win Carolina Panthers as a 7-point favorite. They may have to proceed without Trevor Lawrence, who sustained a shoulder injury in last week’s 30-12 loss to Tampa Bay.

The Colts and Texans both blew a chance to take over first place losing their games. Playing without C.J. Stroud for the second straight week the Texans fell to Cleveland, 36-22, and face the Tennessee Titans for the second time in three weeks. Houston won the Week 15 matchup 19-16 in overtime getting a late Case Keenum TD pass to tie it and a 54-yard field goal for the win. The Texans were a 3-point road dog in the first matchup and are laying 4-points on the early line for the rematch. Indy looks to rebound from a 29-10 loss to Atlanta by hosting the Las Vegas Raiders as a 3-point favorite. Consecutive wins over AFC West rivals LA and Kansas City has the Raiders back in the hunt at 7-8. Vegas is 4-3 SU and 5-1-1 ATS under interim coach Antonio Pierce.

The NFC South is just as jumbled with the Bucs holding a slim lead over New Orleans and Atlanta. And perhaps the biggest game of the week has Tampa Bay hosting the Saints. The Bucs extended their winning streak to four with a 30-12 upset of Jacksonville improving to 7-2 ATS in their last nine games. Baker Mayfield has eight TD passes and zero interceptions and the Bucs are averaging 31 points over their last three games. The Saints had a few extra days to regroup after their 2-game winning streak ended in the Week 16 Thursday Night Football matchup with the Rams. The Atlanta Falcons rebounded from a crushing loss to Carolina by thumping Indy and have a date with the Chicago Bears looking to keep pace as a 3-point road underdog.

Only two road teams hit the board as a favorite with both hailing from the NFC West. The 49ers had their six-game winning streak halted by Baltimore on Christmas in a clash of heavyweights. The Niners turned the ball over five times with Brock Purdy throwing four interceptions. The Niners make the cross-country trip on a short week as the biggest favorite on the Week 17 board laying 14-points. They’ve won and covered their last four road games averaging 38 points in that span. Nobody expected the Rams to be competing for a playoff spot this season but after winning two straight and five of their last six they’re in a good spot. The Rams hit the board as a 6-point favorite in their matchup with the Giants.

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