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NFL Week 2 Betting Lines

NFL Week 2 Lines

How freaking great was it to have a Sunday jam-packed with NFL betting action once again?! NFL bettors get to do it all over again with Week 2 set to commence in the “Dawg Pound” where Baker Mayfield and the Cleveland Browns will host the division rival Cincinnati Bengals who enter off a tough to stomach loss to the Los Angeles Chargers in Joe Burrow’s NFL debut. Though that game likely won’t get the wagering masses up in arms, the Sunday and Monday Night football matchups are sure to bring tons of action in for online sportsbooks. A rematch of Super Bowl XLIX is set to go down in front of the 12th Man on Sunday Night Football with Cam Newton and the New England Patriots set to square off against potential NFL MVP Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks. Closing the week’s festivities out will be the newly anointed Las Vegas Raiders who will open beautiful Allegiant Stadium against Drew Brees and the NFC favorite New Orleans Saints with each club looking to get out to 2-0 starts.

NFL Week 2 Schedule & Lines

Thursday, September 17
Cincinnati Bengals at Cleveland Browns 8:20 PM NFL -6, 44
Sunday, September 20
Los Angeles Rams at Philadelphia Eagles 1:00 PM FOX 0, 45.5
Carolina Panthers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1:00 PM FOX -8, 47.5
Denver Broncos at Pittsburgh Steelers 1:00 PM CBS -7.5, 40.5
Atlanta Falcons at Dallas Cowboys 1:00 PM FOX -4.5, 53.5
San Francisco 49ers at New York Jets 1:00 PM FOX +6.5, 41
Buffalo Bills at Miami Dolphins 1:00 PM CBS +5.5, 41
Minnesota Vikings at Indianapolis Colts 1:00 PM FOX -3, 48.5
Detroit Lions at Green Bay Packers 1:00 PM FOX -6.5, 49
New York Giants at Chicago Bears 1:00 PM CBS -5.5, 42
Jacksonville Jaguars at Tennessee Titans 1:00 PM CBS -7.5, 43.5
Washington Redskins at Arizona Cardinals 4:05 PM FOX -7, 46.5
Baltimore Ravens at Houston Texans 4:25 PM CBS +7, 50
Kansas City Chiefs at Los Angeles Chargers 4:25 PM CBS +8.5, 47.5
New England Patriots at Seattle Seahawks 8:20 PM NBC -4, 44.5
Monday, September 21
New Orleans Saints at Las Vegas Raiders 8:15 PM ESPN +5.5, 49
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With the Browns just getting curb stomped by the Ravens in Baltimore, it comes as no surprise to see the early money going the way of the Bengals in the Thursday nighter; especially after Cincinnati lost a game they probably should’ve won back in Week 1. Cleveland initially hit the board as 7.5-point home favorites with the game total lined at 46. The number to beat currently checks in at -5.5 with money also coming in on the under lowering the O/U to 44. It looks like the betting public is piling on the Browns once again after losing last week and arguably being 2019’s biggest disappointment.

Sunday’s slate brings with it a number of intriguing matchups with surprise teams looking to get out to 2-0 starts as well as others expected to succeed still looking to log their first win. The Indianapolis Colts shockingly lost outright to Jacksonville as decided 8-point favorites last week even though they dominated the box score outgaining the Jaguars 445-241. Maybe Philip Rivers will be able to avoid throwing interceptions to a Minnesota Vikings team that terribly struggled to contain Green Bay’s passing attack last week. Indy’s a 3-point home chalk with the total lined at 47.5.

And how about those Jacksonville Jaguars?! Somehow, Gardner Minshew and company rallied to score a shocking 27-20 outright win as TD underdogs last week. Their reward for doing as such; a Week 2 visit to Nissan Stadium where they’ll take on a Tennessee team that throttled them 42-20 as 4.5-point favorites when they paid Nashville a visit last season. The Titz have won each of the last six times they hosted this rivalry and have covered the closing NFL odds each of the last four times winning by an average of 15.5 points per game. They’re 10-point favs this time around with the total clocking in at 43.

Though an awful offensive pass interference ultimately allowed the Los Angeles Rams to come out the victor against Dallas in their SoFi Stadium debut, Sean McVay’s squad was still extremely impressive on both sides of the ball. LA will attempt to move to 2-0 this Sunday when they invade the City of Brotherly Love in hopes of handing the Eagles a second straight defeat. Philly looked well on its way towards getting out to a 1-0 start last week in Washington up 17-0 deep into the second quarter, but went scoreless the rest of the way with the offense simply unable to solve the Redskins’ pass rush. Philly gave up eight sacks and now has to deal with Aaron Donald and company in Week 2. Carson Wentz and his mates have already been bet down to -2 since hitting the board as full field goal favorites! Hopefully Miles Sanders finds his way back onto the gridiron for this one.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2020 debut didn’t go as planned with Tom Brady having a rough day at the office. He and his pass catchers didn’t seem to be on the same page, while the defense simply had no answer for Alvin Kamara. He only combined for 67 yards from scrimmage, but scored a pair of backbreaking touchdowns. Now the defense will have to deal with Christian McCaffrey and a Carolina Panthers offense that had a field day against what still looks to be a very poor Oakland Raiders defense. These teams have split their rivalry each of the last four seasons. Both home teams fell last year, but linemakers have the host Bucs installed decided 7.5-point favs for this week’s encounter with the total set at 48.

The afternoon slate has three games lined up, and each and every one figures to get tons of action with four of the league’s best quarterbacks in action.

What kind of encore will Kyler Murray and the Arizona Cardinals have up their sleeves after going into San Francisco and coming out with a huge divisional win? Another stiff test awaits versus a havoc-driven Redskins defense led by likely Defensive Rookie of the Year Award hopeful Chase Young. The total remains at 46 though the Cards have seen a little action early on with the number to beat up a half-point to -6.5.

Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs are lined hefty 8-point favorites for their first road trek to Los Angeles where the Chargers will make their SoFi Stadium debut. KC swept last season’s rivalry and covered the closing number in each contest, but only did so by an average of 1-point per game. Both matchups were highly contested, but does Tyrod Taylor and company have enough offensive punch to hang this time around?

The matchup between Lamar Jackson and Deshaun Watson will be well worth the price of admission for all the cardboard cutouts in attendance when the Baltimore Ravens and Houston Texans lock horns for the third time in the last four seasons. Baltimore skunked the Texans 41-7 as 4.5-point favs last season, and now finds itself lined 6.5-point road chalk to win a third straight in the recent rivalry. You can’t help but feel for Bill O’Brien’s squad who opposed Mahomes in Week 1 and now has to take on the reigning NFL MVP.

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