NFL Week 5 Odds: Point Spreads, Moneylines and Totals

NFL Week 5 Odds: Spreads, Moneylines, Totals

NFL Week 5 Picks

From beginning to end, there is no shortage of outstanding matchups in the NFL for Week 5. It all starts on Thursday Night with Russell Wilson and the Denver Broncos hosting Matt Ryan and the Indianapolis Colts. Sunday action begins with breakfast from Tottenham as the Green Bay Packers face the New York Giants. An important AFC matchup of the Los Angeles Chargers at the Cleveland Browns is in the early Sunday window. The marquee will light up in the late Sunday afternoon window with the Dallas Cowboys at the Los Angeles Rams. Another key game is the Philadelphia Eagles at the Arizona Cardinals. Sunday Night is an outstanding AFC North matchup of the Cincinnati Bengals at the Baltimore Ravens. And the week caps off with an ancient and historic rivalry from the AFC West as the Kansas City Chiefs host the Las Vegas Raiders.

NFL Week 5 Schedule & Lines

Thursday, October 6
Colts at Broncos (-3.5) 43.5 Colts +160, Broncos -185
Sunday, October 9
Giants at Packers (-8.5) 41 Giants +299, Packers -375
Seahawks at Saints (-5.5) 45.5 Seahawks +199, Saints -240
Texans at Jaguars (-7.5) 44 Texans +289, Jaguars -360
Steelers at Bills (-14) 47 Steelers +639, Bills -950
Falcons at Buccaneers (-9) 48 Falcons +351, Buccaneers -450
Bears at Vikings (-7) 44 Bears +252, Vikings -310
Titans (-2.5) at Commanders 42.5 Titans -140, Commanders +120
Dolphins (-3) at Jets 44 Dolphins -170, Jets +148
Chargers (-3) at Browns 47 Chargers -150, Browns +130
Lions at Patriots (-3) 46.5 Lions +140, Patriots -160
49ers (-7) at Panthers 38.5 49ers -295, Panthers +241
Eagles (-5) at Cardinals 49.5 Eagles -230, Cardinals +192
Cowboys at Rams (-4) 44 Cowboys +171, Rams -202
Bengals at Ravens (-3) 48.5 Bengals +144, Ravens -165
Monday, October 10
Raiders at Chiefs (-7) 51.5 Raiders +289, Chiefs -360
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London has been getting a better set of games this year. And the New York Giants vs. Green Bay Packers is a matchup of two marquee brands for Tottenham Stadium. The Giants have broken out of the gate strong for rookie head coach Brian Daboll. While the Packers are in a surprising fight with the Minnesota Vikings for the lead of the NFC North.

It’s getting late early for the Indianapolis Colts. Atlanta Falcons import Matt Ryan has not moved the needle. But to be fair, he is not getting a lot of help. A difficult Thursday night game at the Denver Broncos puts pressure on coach Frank Reich. Russell Wilson and the Broncos are still trying to find their way and stay within striking distance of the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC West.

Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots are in full-blown crisis mode. Last week they suffered a cruel overtime loss at Green Bay despite being down to 3rd-string at quarterback. This week brings a must-win home game against the sad sack Detroit Lions. New England’s QB situation remains a question mark.

Perhaps the most underrated game of the weekend is the Los Angeles Chargers at the Cleveland Browns. Both clubs are loaded with potential but are wildly inconsistent. Justin Herbert would figure to give LA the QB advantage.

The Dallas Cowboys have won three consecutive games with backup quarterback Cooper Rush. Now Dallas takes on the Rams in Los Angeles. LA continues to suffer from a Super Bowl hangover. The Rams were unimpressive in a lethargic Monday night loss at the San Francisco 49ers.

The Philadelphia Eagles lead the improved NFC East. Quarterback Jalen Hurts defies the skeptics with great leadership and surprisingly good play. The Eagles have a tricky game at the up and down Arizona Cardinals this week.

Sunday Night Football offers an intense, high-stakes AFC North showdown between the Cincinnati Bengals at the Baltimore Ravens. First place is at stake in this one. The Ravens have stunned fans and gamblers with two consecutive epic 4th quarter meltdowns on their home field. At the same time, the resurgent Bengals have shaken off the cobwebs. Cincinnati has won two in a row after flopping out of the gate.

Monday Night from Arrowhead brings the renewal of a historic rivalry. The Kansas City Chiefs will host the Las Vegas Raiders in an AFC West shootout. Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs are coming off an impressive win at the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. But two weeks before that, they gift-wrapped a game to the Indianapolis Colts in an abysmal performance.

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