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NFL Week 9 Odds – Opening Betting Lines & Spreads for All Games

John Perrotto

by John Perrotto in NFL Football

Updated Oct 30, 2022 · 8:43 PM PDT

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Oct 16, 2022; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA; Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts (1) celebrates with a game ball after a victory against the Dallas Cowboys at Lincoln Financial Field. Mandatory Credit: Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports
  • Week 9 of the NFL season begins when the Eagles visit the Texans on Thursday Night Football
  • The Eagles are the week’s biggest opening favorites at 13 points
  • A look at all the opening NFL Week 9 odds can be found below with early predictions

Week 9 of the NFL season begins when the Philadelphia Eagles visit the Houston Texans on Thursday Night Football in what shapes up to be a mismatch.

The last unbeaten team in the league, the Eagles (7-0) have been installed as 13-point favorites on the opening line after routing the visiting Pittsburgh Steelers 35-13 on Sunday. The Texans (1-5-1) have lost five of their last six games, including 17-10 to the Tennessee Titans on Sunday at home.

Sunday Night Football will feature the Titans (5-2) visiting the Kansas City Chiefs (5-2). The New Orleans Saints (3-5) host the Baltimore Ravens (5-3) on Monday Night Football.

The NFL odds will be updated throughout the week.

NFL Week 9 Opening Odds

Team Moneyline Spread Over/Under
Philadelphia Eagles -750 -13 (-110) Over 43.5 (-110)
Houston Texans +530 +13 (-110) Under 43.5 (-110)
Team Moneyline Spread Over/Under
Indianapolis Colts +210 +6 (-110) Over 40.5 (-106)
New England Patriots -255 -6 (-110) Under 40.5 (-114)
Team Moneyline Spread Over/Under
Buffalo Bills -590 -12 (-110) Over 47.5 (-110)
New York Jets +440 +12 (-110) Under 47.5 (-110)
Team Moneyline Spread Over/Under
Miami Dolphins -205 -4 (-110) Over 44.5 (-114)
Chicago Bears +172 +4 (-110) Under 44.5 (-106)
Team Moneyline Spread Over/Under
Minnesota Vikings -144 -3 (-105) Over 44.5 (-110)
Washington Commanders +122 +3 (-115) Under 44.5 (-110)
Team Moneyline Spread Over/Under
Green Bay Packers -174 -3.5 (-104) Over 48.5 (-115)
Detroit Lions +146 +3.5 (-118) Under 48.5 (-105)
Team Moneyline Spread Over/Under
Los Angeles Chargers -174 -3 (-114) Over 48.5 (-110)
Atlanta Falcons +146 +3 (-106) Under 48.5 (-110)
Team Moneyline Spread Over/Under
Carolina Panthers +310 +8.5 (-110) Over 44 (-110)
Cincinnati Bengals -390 -8.5 (-110) Under 44 (-110)
Team Moneyline Spread Over/Under
Las Vegas Raiders -116 -1.5 (-106) Over 46.5 (-115)
Jacksonville Jaguars -102 +1.5 (-114) Under 46.5 (-105)
Team Moneyline Spread Over/Under
Seattle Seahawks +136 +3 (-106) Over 49.5 (-110)
Arizona Cardinals -162 -3 (-114) Under 49.5 (-110)
Team Moneyline Spread Over/Under
Los Angeles Rams +114 +2.5 (-106) Over 43.5 (-105)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers -134 -2.5 (-114) Under 43.5 (-115)
Team Moneyline Spread Over/Under
Tennessee Titans +420 +11.5 (-110) Over 46.5 (-110)
Kansas City Chiefs -560 -11.5 (-110) Under 46.5 (-110)
Team Moneyline Spread Over/Under
Baltimore Ravens -174 -3 (-118) Over 48.5 (-106)
New Orleans Saints +146 +3 (-104) Under 48.5 (-114)

Odds as of October 30th at DraftKings Sportsbook.

The Eagles are the biggest favorites on the boards at 13 points. The smallest spread is 1.5 points, which the Las Vegas Raiders are favored by against the Jaguars in Jacksonville.

The largest over/under is 49.5 points for the Seattle Seahawks-Arizona Cardinals game. The Indianapolis Colts-New England Patriots matchup has the lowest total at 40.5 points.


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Eagles vs Texans Early Odds & Prediction

It is not surprising the Eagles are double-digit road favorites over the Texans. Yet the 13-point spread seems a little high despite the disparity in the teams’ records.

The Eagles have won their first seven games by an average margin of 9.8 points but four of their victories have been by single digits. Sunday wasn’t one of them as they blew out the Steelers behind 285 yards passing and four touchdown passes from Jalen Hurts.

Three of the TD throws went to A.J. Brown in the first half. Brown finished with six receptions for 156 yards as the Eagles are 7-0 for the first time since 2004.

Four of the Texans’ five losses have been by 10 points or fewer. They hung in the loss to the Titans, though Tennessee did start rookie quarterback Malik Willis in place of injured Ryan Tannehill.

The Texans were able to stay within a touchdown despite having 161 total yards and going 2 of 14 on third down.

The Eagles are clearly the better team, but the Texans have enough to at least get under the big number.

Pick: Texans +13 (-110)

Titans vs Chiefs Early Odds & Prediction

The Titans enter the game on a five-game winning streak after starting the season 0-2 yet the Chiefs are favored by 11.5 points. Kansas City was off this week after winning three of its previous four games.

In Sunday’s win over the Texans, Derrick Henry ran wild. He rushed for 219 yards and two touchdowns on a season-high 32 carries and his six career 200-yard games tie O.J. Simpson and Adrian Peterson for the NFL record.

The Titans defense limited Texans to 43 yards rushing in 18 attempts.

The Chiefs beat the San Francisco 44-23 on Oct. 23 on the road.

Patrick Mahomes and the offense is coming off an impressive performance against the 49ers’ strong defense. However, look for the Titans to at least keep this game close.

Pick: Titans +11.5 (-110)

Rams vs Buccaneers Early Odds & Prediction

Tom Brady will try to get the struggling Buccaneers (3-5) headed in the right direction when they host the equally disappointing Los Angeles Rams (3-4) in the Sunday afternoon late window. Tampa Bay is a 2.5-point pick.

The Rams lost for the third time in their last four games Sunday as they were downed 31-14 by the visiting San Francisco 49ers. The Rams led 14-10 at halftime but managed just 43 total yards in the second half while getting outscored 21-0.

The Buccaneers’ losing streak reached three games Thursday night with a 27-22 loss to the Baltimore Ravens at home. Tampa Bay has also lost five of its last six games after beginning the season with consecutive wins.

It is the first time Brady has lost three games in a row since 2002, his first year as a starter with the Patriots.

Surely, the seven-time Super Bowl must break that skid sometime. Why not against the reeling Rams?

Pick: Buccaneers -2.5 (-114)


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