NFL Sunday Night Football Betting
Sunday Night Football has been a smashing success since it was first introduced in the late 1980s. Some questioned whether the NFL was overdoing it when they announced that there would be games on Sunday night along with games on Monday night, but the public quickly showed that they could not get enough NFL. Now, there are games on Thursday night and some games on Saturday night later in the season too.
The Dallas Cowboys will be in primetime in Week 1 for the third straight season. After taking on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in their first game in 2021 and 2022, they will travel to the Big Apple to face the New York Giants to kick off the 2023 campaign. Dallas is one of the favorites in the weakened NFC this season as Dak Prescott is one of the top remaining quarterbacks in the conference, and the G Men are out to prove that last year’s breakthrough season was no fluke.
NFL Sunday Night Football Betting Odds
There is already a lot of buzz surrounding the Week 4 SNF showdown between the Kansas City Chiefs and the New York Jets. Kansas City is clearly the team to beat in the league after winning two Super Bowls in the last four seasons, and Patrick Mahomes is the best quarterback in the league. It’s been over a decade since the New York Jets made it to the playoffs, but Aaron Rodgers joined the team in the offseason and could be the missing link this franchise needs to have success once more.
In Week 6, there will be a Super Bowl XXV rematch between the Buffalo Bills and the New York Giants. This was one of the most exciting Super Bowls ever as Buffalo’s Scott Norwood had a chance to make a 46-yard field goal to win the game as time expired for the Bills, but instead he pushed the attempt wide. That kicked off a stretch where Buffalo won the AFC four straight seasons but lost in the Super Bowl each time. The Bills have their best team since that point, and they are one of the biggest threats to Kansas City in the AFC.
We will see all sorts of Damar Hamlin footage when Buffalo takes on the Cincinnati Bengals three weeks later. These teams squared off late last season on Monday Night Football, and the game was called off after Hamlin went unconscious and stopped breathing on the field. Fans waited with bated breath to hear any good news about his condition, and he ended up bouncing back and could take the field in this game.
Denver is one of the most intriguing teams of the season. The Broncos swung and missed when acquiring Russell Wilson last year, so they went back to the drawing board and signed the biggest name on the coaching market in Sean Payton. The former New Orleans head coach is seen as an offensive guru, and if he can’t turn things around for Wilson and the Broncos, it’s unlikely anyone will be able to get the job done.
Finally, in Week 15, we are currently slated to see the Jacksonville Jaguars face the Baltimore Ravens. Jacksonville turned it on to win the AFC South last season, and the Jaguars are the teams to beat in that weak division. The dynamic between Lamar Jackson and Baltimore will be something to watch all season too.
Sunday Night Football Betting Schedule
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