NFL Week 1 Lines: 10 Home Underdogs Breaks Super Bowl Era Record

Written By Eli Hershkovich on May 16, 2022 - Last Updated on May 17, 2022
NFL Week 1 Lines

Following the 2022 NFL schedule release, the Week 1 betting market soon followed with an eye-popping 10 home underdogs. That’s a record-high during the Super Bowl era.  Below are the NFL Week 1 lines for each game. Click on the odds to bet now.

2022 NFL Week 1 Lines

NFL Week 1 odds

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Bills at Rams
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Rams -1
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Rams -1
49ers at Bears
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49ers -6.5
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49ers -6
Jaguars at Commanders
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Commanders -4
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Commanders -4.5
Steelers at Bengals
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Bengals -6.5
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Bengals -6
Saints at Falcons
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Saints -3.5
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Saints -3.5
Browns at Panthers
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Browns -3.5
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Browns -4.5
Ravens at Jets
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Ravens -4.5
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Ravens -4
Eagles at Lions
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Eagles -4
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Eagles -3.5
Patriots at Dolphins
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Dolphins -3
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Dolphins -3
Colts at Texans
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Colts -7.5
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Colts -7.5
Giants at Titans
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Titans -6.5
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Titans -6.5
Packers at Vikings
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Packers -1.5
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Packers -1.5
Raiders at Chargers
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Chargers -4
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Chargers -4
Chiefs at Cardinals
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Chiefs -3
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Chiefs -3
Buccaneers at Cowboys
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Buccaneers -2.5
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Buccaneers -2.5
Broncos at Seahawks
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Broncos -4
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Broncos -3.5

The Vikings (), Cowboys (), Cardinals (), Falcons (), Panthers (), Lions (), Seahawks (), Bears (), Jets () and Texans () are all getting points in their respective home matchups.

Considering the betting market decreased the value on home-field advantage in the 2021 campaign, these lines aren’t too big of a surprise — especially with how poorly some of these teams finished across power ratings. But is there any value to keep in mind as we inch closer to the regular season?

One To Monitor: Green Bay Packers at Minnesota Vikings

As this spread currently sits below the key number of a field goal, there’s no need to rush to the window and bet it this early.

Not only did Minnesota upgrade its coaching staff, going from the defensive-minded Mike Zimmer to former Rams OC Kevin O’Connell, but it also improved its secondary after yielding the league’s eighth-most yards per pass attempt (6.9 YPA). The Vikings’ first two draft picks were safety Lewis Cine (Georgia) and cornerback Andrew Booth (Clemson).

Moreover, they even added ex-Packers linebacker Za’Darius Smith, which impacts Green Bay’s pass rush and run defense. On the other side of the ball, Aaron Rodgers will be without Davante Adams and a true No. 1 receiver in general.

Couple Minnesota’s defense upgrades with a run-oriented offense behind two-time All-Pro tailback Dalvin Cook, and it should be in position to play ball control against Green Bay’s bottom-five rush DVOA.

On top of that, this spread is identical to what it was for this matchup in Minneapolis last year — despite the Packers moving on from Adams.

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Eli Hershkovich is a lead sports betting writer with TheLines and Catena Media, formerly with Audacy and The Action Network. His goal is to provide you with data and information to lead you to winning bets. Eli is an avid college basketball gambler — among many other sports — and still hasn't forgiven Virginia for ruining his 2018-2019 Texas Tech futures.

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