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2019 NFL Week 2 Betting Odds
A week’s worth of NFL betting action is in the books and man was it nice to have Sunday’s filled with pigskin action once again! Another action packed slate is ready to go at online sportsbooks in Week 2 with a number of juicy matchups littered throughout. All eyes will be on Tinseltown in the afternoon session when Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints partake in their grudge match against Jared Goff and the Los Angeles Rams. Then there’s the crucial NFC North showdown between the Minnesota Vikings and Green Bay Packers along with the Seattle Seahawks squaring off against the Pittsburgh Steelers in Heinz Field. Highlighting the week are the stand alone games on Thursday, Sunday and Monday night which we’ll delve into a bit deeper in this piece – Let’s get it on!
NFL Week 2 Matchups Odds
Tampa Bay vs. Carolina (-6.5, 49.5)
Indianapolis vs. Tennessee (-3, 45)
Los Angeles vs. Detroit ( +2.5, 48)
Buffalo vs. New York (+1.5, 43.5)
Arizona vs. Baltimore (-13.5, 46.5)
New England vs. Miami (+19, 48.5)
Dallas vs. Washington (-4.5, 46.5)
Jacksonville vs. Houston (-9, 43)
Seattle vs. Pittsburgh (-4, 46)
San Francisco vs. Cincinnati (-1.5, 44.5)
Minnesota vs. Green Bay (-3, 44)
Kansas City vs. Oakland (+7.5, 53)
New Orleans vs. Los Angeles (-2.5, 53)
Chicago vs. Denver (+2.5, 40.5)
Philadelphia vs. Atlanta (+1.5, 51)
Cleveland vs. New York (+2.5, 45)
Week 2 kicks off in Carolina where both the Buccaneers and Panthers will be out to snag their first win of the season in Thursday Night Football betting. Tampa Bay lost a tough one to the 49ers last week in a game Jameis Winston ultimately cost his team the game. The former Heisman Trophy winner was picked off three times and had two taken back to the house for backbreaking scores. Riverboat Ron’s Panthers nearly played even with the Rams in terms of overall yardage, but a pair of costly fumbles ultimately allowed Los Angeles to escape with the slim 30-27 win and cover.
These division rivals split their pair of meetings a season ago. Carolina logged the 42-28 win and cover at home to surpass the closing 6-point NFL odds, while Tampa Bay evened the series up by scoring the 24-17 outright win and cover as 3.5-point home dogs in the rematch. The triumph snapped the Panthers three game win streak in the recent rivalry, and also saw the teams combine for a low scorer for the fifth time in the last six overall confrontations. Though Tampa Bay has had its issues winning at Bank of America Stadium (1-5 L/5), it still managed to come out the winning side ATS three times.
The Philadelphia Eagles put forth one of the more schizophrenic efforts of Week 1 when they hosted the division rival Redskins in their home opener. Through nearly one half of play, Carson Wentz and company looked like one of the worst teams in the league by allowing Washington to get out to a commanding 17-0 lead. Then the switch was flipped at halftime and they actually had a shot of covering the 10-point spread up until the Skins kicked the backdoor in in the closing seconds. It’s still hard to fathom Atlanta was only able to log its first point of the game against Minnesota with just over nine minutes remaining in the fourth quarter. Talk about not getting off the bus!
There will be no excuses this time for Dan Quinn’s troops who will make their first home appearance under the bright lights of NBC’s Sunday Night Football telecast. These teams have seen quite a bit of one another through the years with each qualifying for the postseason and playing in the regular season two of the last three years. None of the games have been easy on the eyes as reflected by the 24-15, 15-10 and 18-12 final scores. Needless to say, but the under paid out handsomely in each but it’s the over that’s gotten the attention of NFL bettors this time around with the Falcons looking to put their best foot forward. Whether it puts an end to their three game losing and coverless streak against Philly remains to be seen.
Two teams that will be chomping at the bit to get back onto the gridiron close the week out on Monday Night Football when Baker Mayfield and the Cleveland Browns square off against the New York Jets. Freddie Kitchens’ troops failed to live up to all the offseason hype in a big way last week when they got trucked at home by the Tennessee Titans. Adam Gase’s Jets looked well on their way towards getting out to a 1-0 start to the season through three quarters after holding a 16-0 lead over the Buffalo Bills, but the team choked the game away hard to ultimately settle for a nauseating 17-16 loss instead. To say both squads will be extra motivated to perform is putting it mildly.
Remember, Mayfield had his coming out party against the Jets last season when Hue Jackson called upon him to lead the team back from a 14-3 halftime deficit. He did exactly just that and Cleveland ultimately went on to cover the closing 3-point NFL betting lines in the process by way of knocking off the Jets 21-17. The win snapped a string of five straight losses and pointspread defeats to the Jets who had their way with the Browns the previous three seasons. Back in the comforts of his old stadium, hopefully people are talking about the performance Odell Beckham Jr. puts forth on the field of play as opposed to which super expensive watch he decides to wear. Either way, this one should be a doozy so get your popcorn ready and enjoy!
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