NFL Week 3 Odds: Point Spreads, Moneylines and Totals

NFL Week 3 Odds: Spreads, Moneylines, Totals

NFL Week 3 Picks

Week three kicks off with one of the NFL’s most historic rivalries. The Cleveland Browns host the Pittsburgh Steelers on Thursday Night PRIME VIDEO. The Steelers and Browns figure to be top AFC North Division contenders. The Steelers and Browns set up a strong week of action. One of the top games on Sunday features the AFC East Division Battle of the Buffalo Bills at Miami Dolphins. A key AFC inter-divisional contest features the Baltimore Ravens at New England Patriots. From the NFC West Division, we have the Arizona Cardinals seeking playoff revenge against the visiting Los Angeles Rams. While two of the GOAT quarterbacks meet when Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers travel to face Tome Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. NBC Sunday Night Football is a dandy with Russell Wilson and the Denver Broncos hosting the San Francisco 49ers.

NFL Week 3 Schedule & Lines

Thursday, September 22
Steelers at Browns (-5) 38.5 Steelers +192, Browns -230
Sunday, September 25
Ravens (-3) at Patriots 43.5 Ravens -160, Patriots +140
Bills (5.5) at Dolphins 53 Bills -225, Dolphins +188
Bengals (-4.5) at Jets 44.5 Bengals -220, Jets +184
Saints (-3) at Panthers 39.5 Saints -155, Panthers +135
Lions at Vikings (-5) 53 Lions +188, Vikings -225
Chiefs (-7) at Colts 49.5 Chiefs -300, Colts +245
Raiders (-2) at Titans 45.5 Raiders -130, Titans +110
Eagles (-7) at Commanders 49.5 Eagles -300, Commanders +245
Texans at Bears (-2.5) 41 Texans +125, Bears -145
Packers at Buccaneers (-2) 41 Packers +110, Buccaneers -130
Falcons at Seahawks (-2) 42 Falcons +110, Seahawks -130
Rams (-4) at Cardinals 50 Rams -185, Cardinals +160
49ers (-1.5) at Broncos 45 49ers -125, Broncos +105
Jaguars at Chargers (-6.5) 47 Jaguars +230, Chargers -280
Monday, September 26
Cowboys at Giants (-2.5) 38.5 Cowboys +125, Giants -145
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The Steelers and Browns are in a virtual must-win rivalry matchup Thursday night. Pittsburgh fans are already screaming for Kenny Pickett to take over for Mitch Trubisky at quarterback. Last week the Browns blew a 13-point lead with under two minutes to play for an excruciating loss.

Speaking of teams that blew big leads, the Raiders let the Cardinals out of the grave in a painful overtime loss last week. Now they face a Titans team coming off humiliating destruction at the hands of the Bills.

The Colts are in big trouble with a 0-1-1 start and will host the 2-0 Chiefs on Sunday. Upset alert? As they say, “On any given Sunday!”

The Dolphins scored one of the biggest 4th quarter comebacks in NFL history in their week two win at Baltimore. Now they host the stampeding Buffalo Bills in an AFC East showdown of 2-0 teams.

The Ravens are smarting after blowing a certain win to the Dolphins, and now they hit the road to face a Patriots team suffering from a pedestrian offense. Both teams are 1-1 and old rivals.

The defending AFC champion Bengals are 0-2 and coming off a loss to the Cowboys at the gun. Now the Bengals travel to New York to face a Jets team coming off the high of their comeback win at Cleveland.

The 2-0 Eagles showed a national Monday night TV audience that they are for real by suffocating the Vikings. This week brings a potential trap road game at the Commanders. The 1-1 Chargers have had extra time to heal from their loss at the Chiefs. Los Angeles will host an upstart Jaguars team coming off a 24-0 win over the Colts.

One of the weekend's best games is the Rams at Cardinals NFC West showdown. Last week, the Cardinals saved their season with an overtime comeback win at the Raiders. In contrast, the Rams are not looking sharp at 1-1.

The Packers are at the Buccaneers in a matchup of the GOATS. Quarterbacks Aaron Rodgers of Green Bay and Tom Brady of Tampa Bay make for a marquee matchup. The Packers are coming off a decisive Sunday night win over the Bears. Green Bay crossed up Chicago with a rampaging ground game that took over the game. The Bucs are coming off a hot rivalry win at the Saints.

Russell Wilson and the Broncos host Jimmy Garoppolo and the 49ers in a strong Sunday night offering. Jimmy G has gone from the trading block to back in the saddle after Trey Lance’s season-ending injury. The Broncos barely squeaked by a bad Texans team last week. The adjustment to Russell Wilson is taking longer than hoped.

The Cowboys are coming off a gutty win over the Bengals. Dallas will travel to face the 2-0 Giants on Monday Night Football. Rookie New York head coach Brian Daboll is already making a difference.

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