NFL Week 18 Spreads, Money Lines and Totals
Week 18 is the final slate of games for the 2023 regular season. And it is the ultimate flex of NFL Power. Make that flex scheduling. The starting times won’t be confirmed until the season's final week. The starting times and networks will all be based on the NFL standings and playoff implications.
The last weekend of the regular season has become a challenging handicap for gamblers. Some teams are fighting for their playoff lives. Others are playing to improve seeding and for home field advantage. On the other hand, there will be teams just wanting to get the game over with and go home for the offseason. Many of these teams will play the final weekend like an NFL preseason game with numerous substitutions and backups in the lineup.
Thus, some matchups will have two motivated teams, some with no motivated teams, and some with one that is and one that isn’t. The final week of the regular season can be a minefield. For that reason, live betting always sees an increase in action for last weekend of games.
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Week 18 is loaded with division rivalry action. Back that goes back to the question of if these games will matter. Those teams playing for keeps will provide fans and gamblers with thrilling action and betting opportunities.
The Miami Dolphins will host the Buffalo Bills in an AFC East matchup. Last year the Dolphins rallied to make the playoffs and gave Buffalo a scare in the wild card round. Will China Doll QB Tua Tagovailoa be able to answer the bell for Miami? And will Buffalo have any incentive for the game, or have the top seed clinched?
The NFL’s oldest rivalry will renew when the Green Bay Packers host the Chicago Bears on the Frozen Tundra of Lambeau Field. By the time this game starts, Green Bay will know if the Jordan Love era is off to a promising start or if it is time to panic.
At the same time, Justin Fields will be wrapping up his second season as the Bears' starter.
Speaking of rivalries, the Washington Commanders will host the Dallas Cowboys in the NFC East. Washington faces a season of doubt and lacks a credible starting QB. Sam Howell is currently slated to be the starter, with Browns castoff Jacoby Brissett as the backup.
Everyone knows Dak Prescott is the Cowboys' starter. They don’t know if his production will increase with head coach Mike McCarthy calling the plays.
Four teams that have shared the same division since the 1960 founding of the American Football League will meet in games that could determine playoff fates. The Las Vegas Raiders will host the Denver Broncos, and the Los Angeles Chargers will host the Kansas City Chiefs. AFC Wild West rivalry shootout football at its best!
The Battle of Ohio could have AFC North Playoff implications when the Cincinnati Bengals host the Cleveland Browns. Cincinnati is a top pick to win the AFC North. While the Browns and controversial QB DeShaun Watson will be winding down what looks to be a mysterious season.
The Los Angeles Rams and San Francisco 49ers have a rivalry that goes back to the 1950s. The Rams and Niners had an epic NFC Championship Game in 2022. That day the Rams rallied with a comeback win that was the springboard to a Super Bowl championship.
One game that fans hope has meaning is the Pittsburgh Steelers at the Baltimore Ravens. A decade ago, this was the hottest rivalry in football. It could be again!
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