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2019 NFL Week 9 Betting
Eight weeks are in the books and NFL bettors have even more data to make informed decisions on how the games could play out moving forward. Week 8 saw the Philadelphia Eagles come up with a huge road win in Buffalo to save their season for the time being, Drew Brees return to lead New Orleans to a dominant home win against Arizona, San Francisco beat the ever-living tar out of Christian McCaffrey and the Carolina Panthers, and the Packers take care of the Patrick Mahomes-less Chiefs in Arrowhead. Week 9 finds the Falcons, Bengals, Rams and Saints all on bye with the 28 other teams all in live action. Let’s dig into some of the more notable games and see what they have to offer!
NFL Week 9 Matchups Odds
San Francisco vs. Arizona (+10, 42,5)
Houston vs. Jacksonville (+1.5, 46.5)
Washington vs. Buffalo (-9.5, 37)
Tennessee vs. Carolina (-4, 41.5)
Chicago vs. Philadelphia (-5, 43)
Minnesota vs. Kansas City OTB
New York vs. Miami (+3, 40.5)
Indianapolis vs. Pittsburgh (-1, 43)
Detroit vs. Oakland (-2, 51)
Tampa Bay vs. Seattle (-6, 51.5)
Cleveland vs. Denver (+3, 38.5)
Green Bay vs. Los Angeles (+3, 47)
New England vs. Baltimore (+3.5, 45)
Dallas vs. New York (+7, 47.5)
A huge battle is set to go down in the AFC South on Sunday when Deshaun Watson and the Houston Texans invade Duval County to run with Leonard Fournette and the Jacksonville Jaguars. Both squads enter the tilt off victories after the Texans stormed back late to steal one from the Oakland Raiders, while the Jags went on to thump Sam Darnold and the Jets at home to move to 2-2 SU and ATS as a host. Houston swept the season rivalry a season ago to move to 3-0 SU and 2-1 ATS in the last three meetings with the under cashing in for total bettors every time.
The Philadelphia Eagles might’ve saved their respective season after going into Buffalo and taking it to what had been a tough Bills team to come out with the impressive 31-13 win and cover as 1-point dogs. It will all go for naught if it can’t hold serve at home against a struggling Chicago Bears outfit that will most definitely be out for revenge after Philly bounced them from the playoffs last season. The triumph moved the Eagles to a perfect 4-0 SU and ATS the last four times these proud franchises ran up against one another with the under cashing in at a 2-1-1 clip in those matchups.
An interesting Week 9 tussle is set to go down in the Steel City where the Indianapolis Colts and Pittsburgh Steelers will square off against one another for the first time since the 2017 season. Frank Reich’s squad stole one from the jaws of defeat at home against the Broncos last week in a game Joe Flacco called Denver’s coaching staff out for not going for the kill. Meanwhile, the Steelers gave their hometown fans a mighty scare by falling into a 14-0 first quarter hole against the Miami Dolphins on Monday Night Football before rattling off the game’s final 27 points to come out victorious. Indy has dropped five straight to Pittsburgh (2-3 ATS), and hasn’t won at Heinz Field since 2008 when Peyton Manning was running the offense.
The Green Bay Packers made a huge jump on the Super Bowl LIV odds this past week after going into Kansas City and scoring a solid 31-24 win and cover against the Chiefs on Sunday Night Football. Now tied with the San Francisco 49ers with the third shortest odds to hoist the Lombardi Trophy, they’ll trek out to the west coast and look to bust out the brooms on the AFC West when they lock horns with Philip Rivers and the Los Angeles Chargers. LA was lucky to get out of Chicago with a 17-16 win last week due to a missed Bears field goal at the gun. The Bolts have dropped seven straight to the Cheeseheads dating back to 1984, and only managed one pointspread cover in those matchups.
All eyes will be on M&T Bank Stadium for the Week 9 edition of Sunday Night Football when the New England Patriots and Baltimore Ravens square off under the lights for the first time since 2016. The defending champs will enter the tilt undefeated at 8-0 after taking the Cleveland Browns to task at home, while the Ravens take to their home field refreshed and energized off a bye following going into Seattle and thwarting the Seahawks in front of the 12th Man. The Pats have taken each of the last three meetings and covered two against the closing NFL odds with the over cashing in each time. The last time they paid a visit to Baltimore, they left with a dominant 41-7 win in tow that easily saw them cover the closing 1-point spread.
NFL Week 9 Betting Schedule - October 31 - November 4
BYE WEEK: Atlanta Falcons, Cincinnati Bengals, Los Angeles Rams, New Orleans Saints
NFL Regular Season Schedule
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