NFL Trending Opening Odds Week 9

NFL Trending Opening Odds Week 9

NFL has one game left on the board before Week 9 starts and here are the trending NFL betting spreads that you need to jump on before public bets skew the odds.

NFL Trending Opening Odds Week 9

Thursday, October 31, 2019

San Francisco (7-0) at Arizona (3-4-1)
at 8:20 PM ET
TV: NFLN
Spread: San Francisco -8

Okay, okay, I’m officially on the 49ers’ bandwagon! San Francisco improved to 7-0 by smacking Carolina senseless en route to a stunning 51-13 win on Sunday. Arizona’s Kyler Murray is clearly gifted, but the rookie signal-caller will be tested against Frisco’s second-ranked scoring defense (11.0 ppg).

Sunday, November 3, 2019

Houston (5-3) at Jacksonville (4-4)
at 9:30 AM ET
TV: NFLN
Spread: Houston -2.5

The Jags smacked the lowly Jets around 29-15 on Sunday as rookie quarterback Gardner Minshew II continued his eye-opening inaugural campaign by tossing three TD passes and no picks, but Houston’s Deshaun Watson is an MVP-caliber superstar of the highest order, and the Texans have a ton to play for as they look to make consecutive playoff appearances this season.

Minnesota (6-2) at Kansas City (5-2)
at 1:00 PM ET
TV: FOX
Spread: Minnesota -3

The Chiefs looked fantastic on Sunday night against Aaron Rodgers and the Packers, but Minnesota has won four straight, and I suspect their lock-down defense will make life super difficult on Chiefs’ veteran backup Matt Moore in this one despite being on the road.

Indianapolis (5-2) at Pittsburgh (2-4)
at 1:00 PM ET
TV: CBS
Spread: Indianapolis -1

The Steelers will get a bye in Week 8 and basically, another one against pitiful Miami on Monday night, but Indianapolis has won three straight and five of six behind quarterback Jacoby Brissett and ageless future hall of Famer Adam Vinateri.

Chicago (3-4) at Philadelphia (4-4)
at 1:00 PM ET
TV: FOX
Spread: Philadelphia -5

The Bears have lost three straight and clearly made a massive mistake by drafting mediocre quarterback Mitch Trubisky with the second overall pick when both, Patrick Mahomes (10th) and Deshaun Watson (12th) were available in the 2017 NFL Draft. Philadelphia didn’t exactly set the place on fire in their 31-13 win over Buffalo. Still, the Birds are desperate, and they have the big edge at quarterback even though Carson Went isn’t having the MVP-caliber season I expected out of him this season.

Tampa Bay (2-5) at Seattle (6-2)
at 4:05 PM ET
TV: FOX
Spread: Seattle -6.5

Seattle has an MVP-caliber star that can do it all in veteran signal-caller Russell Wilson (17 TDs, 1 INT). The Tampa Bay Buccaneers do not…and if underachieving veteran Jameis Winston (14 TDs, 12 INTs) throws one more interception, I’m going to explode. Boom!

Cleveland (2-5) at Denver (2-6)
at 4:25 PM ET
TV: CBS
Spread: Denver -2

Second-year running back Nick Chubb is playing at a Pro Bowl level, but the Browns have lost three straight and four of five. Denver has lost two straight, but I’m expecting Von Miller and company to continue to humble loud-mouthed (jackass?) quarterback Baker Mayfield in this matchup of underachieving AFC playoff longshots.

Green Bay (6-1) at LA Chargers (3-5)
at 4:25 PM ET
TV: CBS
Spread: Green Bay -3.5

Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers have played some solid football over the first half of the season, but the Bolts are feeling good after picking up a huge 17-16 road win in Chicago on Sunday. More importantly, the Chargers were expected to be a legitimate Super Bowl contender this season and they’ve got a ton of motivation to get their act together after winning a dozen games a year ago.

New England (8-0) at Baltimore (5-2)
at 8:20 PM ET
TV: NBC
Spread: New England -3.5

The Patriots have not allowed more than 14 points in any game this season and they humbled Baker Mayfield and the Browns on Sunday. Still, Baltimore has won three straight and looked fantastic in their Week 7 win over Seattle. I think an upset could be brewing in this one!

Monday, November 4, 2019
Dallas (4-3) at NY Giants (2-6)
at 8:15 PM ET
TV: ESPN
Spread: Dallas -3

The Boys will be well-rested after getting a bye this past weekend and they’re feeling good after pounding Philly 37-10 in Week 7. On the flip side of the coin, the rebuilding Giants have lost four straight while giving up 27 or more or more in each contest and 31 or more in two of those games. Why the Boys are ‘just’ 3-point road faves is anyone’s guess, but the outcome here looks like a lock!