A New Year means new beginnings for many. Teams like the Jaguars and Texans would like immediate redos on their seasons, but they will have to wait until September to reverse course. The squads that are still alive for this season’s NFL playoffs, meanwhile, will be looking to use the final two weeks of the regular season to get into the dance, earn a higher seed, or fine-tune their play going into the postseason. Here we will look at NFL Week 17 odds and deliver betting information for each game.
NFL Week 17 odds
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Sunday, January 2
LA Rams at Baltimore Ravens – 1 p.m. ET
The Rams escaped a trip to Minnesota with a win this past weekend, besting the Vikings by a 30-23 score. The Ravens were forced to turn to Josh Johnson with both Lamar Jackson (ankle) and Tyler Huntley (COVID-19 protocols) unavailable and fell to the Bengals by a 41-21 score.
Los Angeles relied heavily on Sony Michel again Sunday in an effort to protect Darrell Henderson, yet the latter ended up suffering an MCL injury on his only carry of the day. Cam Akers, just activated from the reserve/NFI list Saturday after recovering from his torn Achilles, may actually play in this interconference clash. But it will likely be in the passing game that he gets most of his work. The Ravens secondary is in absolute shambles after allowing 525 passing yards to Joe Burrow this past Sunday and allows an AFC-high 283.3 passing yards per home game.
The Ravens should definitely have at least one of Jackson or Huntley back for this critical contest, which they’ll enter with an 8-7 record and a four-game losing streak. Baltimore’s prospects against a Rams team still finalizing playoff positioning are fairly bleak, however, as Los Angeles has shut down the run particularly well on the road and therefore has a chance to make the Ravens largely one-dimensional outside of quarterback scrambles. The game does entail multi-time-zone travel, some uncomfortable weather, and an early-window start time – all which gives John Harbaugh something to pin some hopes on in a matchup that Baltimore is an unusual home underdog in.
Atlanta Falcons at Buffalo Bills – 1 p.m. ET
The Falcons nipped the visiting Lions by a 20-16 score in Week 16 to move to 7-8 and keep their thin playoff hopes alive. The Bills notched a major victory over their current biggest division rival in the Patriots, avenging their prior loss to New England with a 33-21 road victory.
Atlanta certainly didn’t do anything particularly well against the feisty Lions, and the fact they couldn’t separate from Detroit despite facing Tim Boyle and not Jared Goff at quarterback is certainly an indictment on the Falcons’ lackluster offense. They could certainly be hard-pressed to get away with the same caliber of play in this Week 17 battle, as they’ll be in one of the toughest road environments in the league facing a Bills defense that allows an NFL-low 257 total yards per home game.
The Bills afforded Devin Singletary double-digit carries for the second straight contest Sunday, and if game script goes according to how oddsmakers are envisioning this game, it could well be another busy day for the young back. Meanwhile, Josh Allen and his air attack should be in fine shape as well against a Falcons secondary that’s played inconsistently all season, and if Cole Beasley and/or Gabriel Davis remain in COVID-19 protocols, Isaiah McKenzie, who posted a career-best 11-125-1 line Sunday against New England, has already proven more than capable of filling in.
The Bills, a two-touchdown favorite in the look-ahead line, are already seeing their projected advantage grow slightly as the week begins.
New York Giants at Chicago Bears – 1 p.m. ET
The Giants continued their spiral in Week 16, falling to the Eagles by a 34-10 score. The Bears pulled off an upset in snowy Seattle with Nick Foles at the helm, edging the Seahawks by a 25-24 score.
It was the same old story for the moribund Giants offense Sunday, but with a new cruel twist – it turns out Jake Fromm, who Joe Judge had at least pinned some hope on, might be even more ineffective than positively pedestrian journeyman Mike Glennon. Judge pulled the plug on Fromm’s first start midway through the third quarter after he threw for all of 25 yards, and there was no immediate word postgame on who’d start this Week 17 clash. The matchup against the Bears would be a reasonably favorable one considering the short-handed nature of Chicago’s defense at this point of the year, but neither signal-caller might be able to take advantage.
The Bears’ improbable win out west might will almost certainly be one of the last hurrahs of the Matt Nagy era. Nick Foles performed adequately in spot duty, yet it will very likely be Justin Fields back under center for this Week 17 contest if he’s able to overcome his ankle issue. The Giants have played particularly poor defense on the road, and Fields, if he suits up, would have Allen Robinson back on the field after a two-game absence due to COVID-19 protocols.
As a testament to the extremely poor end-of-season outlook for New York, the Bears – wh0 are just 5-10 in their own right – are nearly a touchdown favorite, up from an initial look-ahead figure of 4.5 points.
Kansas City Chiefs at Cincinnati Bengals – 1 p.m. ET
The Chiefs looked pretty much like themselves while dismantling the Steelers despite not having Travis Kelce due to COVID-19 protocols, with KC notching a 36-10 victory. The Bengals throttled the division-rival Ravens for the second time this season, with Joe Burrow’s career-best day leading the way to a 41-21 win.
Things clicked rather quickly for Patrick Mahomes and company Sunday against an overmatched Pittsburgh squad, even with Tyreek Hill contributing just two catches for 19 yards. KC also lost Clyde Edwards-Helaire early in the contest due to what has now been deemed a shoulder bruise, which could well keep him out of this contest. The matchup for the Chiefs offense against the Bengals defense isn’t a bad one on paper even if Darrel Williams has to step in as the full-time back, as Cincy is allowing a robust 365.5 total yards per contest at home, just over 44 yards more per contest than on the road.
Joe Burrow’s eye-popping 525-yard, four-touchdown performance heavily featured Tee Higgins and Ja’Marr Chase and left no doubt about the Bengals’ air attack’s ability to exploit a vulnerable opponent. However, the matchup certainly goes up a couple notches in difficulty as compared to the one against the Ravens’ injury-decimated secondary, as the Chiefs have been excellent at limiting receiver production all season and have allowed just 218.3 passing yards per contest in the last three.
Despite the Bengals’ eye-catching win, the public is all in on the Chiefs train, pushing the initial look-ahead line of KC -4 up to as high -5.5 as the week begins.
Miami Dolphins at Tennessee Titans – 1 p.m. ET
The Dolphins managed their seventh straight win Monday night against the Saints, which were forced to roll with rookie quarterback Ian Book due to Taysom Hill and Trevor Siemian both being in COVID-19 protocols. The Titans will be looking to build on their slate-opening Thursday night victory against the 49ers, a 20-17 squeaker in which A.J. Brown put together a spectacular return from injured reserve.
The Titans will look to come back refreshed and take advantage of what will be a significant rest advantage against Miami. Brown’s 11-145-1 line on 16 targets was a sight for sore eyes in terms of Tennessee’s air attack, which had been limping along without him. Julio Jones is now on the COVID list and could miss this game, but given how unimpactful the multi-time Pro Bowler has been, an absence on his part may not make much difference. Meanwhile, Ryan Tannehill should have no shortage of motivation against his old squad, which had allowed an NFL-high 316.8 passing yards per game on the road prior to the very favorable Monday night matchup versus the Saints.
The Titans are holding steady as 3-to-3.5-point home favorites as the week unfolds.
Las Vegas Raiders at Indianapolis Colts – 1 p.m. ET
The Raiders escaped with a narrow victory for the second time in six days in Week 16, besting the division-rival Broncos by a 17-13 score to keep their playoff hopes alive at 8-7. The Colts recorded a second straight win against a big-name opponent, upending the Cardinals in Arizona on Saturday night by a 22-16 score.
Las Vegas continues to mostly struggle offensively without Darren Waller (knee), but Josh Jacobs stepped up with his first 100-yard game of the season against Denver. However, the Raiders are very likely to need much more than the 12.9 points per contest they’ve averaged over the last four against a Colts team that’s averaging 28.5 points per home game.
Indy’s confidence has to be at a season-high level going into this Week 17 clash, and at just one game back of the Titans in the AFC South, this shapes up as another critical matchup. Indy’s defense has stepped up considerably down the stretch and is only allowing a minuscule 11.0 points per game over the last three contests, which makes them an especially thorny matchup for a struggling offense like that of the Raiders.
Despite the Colts notching wins against quality opponents recently, it’s the Raiders the public is on, with Indy’s initial 8.5-point projected advantage shrinking to 6.5 at some sportsbooks following Week 16.
Jacksonville Jaguars at New England Patriots – 1 p.m. ET
The Jaguars came close to recording their third win and first road victory in New York on Sunday, but they couldn’t complete a fourth-down pass in the end zone and fell by a 26-21 score. The Patriots fell for the second consecutive week to a projected playoff participant, stumbling against the Bills at home by a 33-21 score.
An utterly forgettable season went from bad to worse for Jacksonville on Sunday when James Robinson suffered a partial tear of his Achilles that will sideline him the rest of the way. The Jags’ offense continues to struggle with Darrell Bevell at the helm as interim head coach and Trevor Lawrence has thrown all of one TD pass since Week 8. Right on brand with their nightmarish 2021, the Jaguars are seemingly walking into a hornet’s nest of a matchup in Week 17 against a Patriots team that is sure to be ornery and in desperate need of a victory.
Rookie QB Mac Jones struggled while trying to overcome a deficit Sunday against Buffalo, but that isn’t likely to be the scenario in this matchup. New England is likely to be able to exert its will on the ground with Damien Harris, who scored three touchdowns as part of a 103-yard effort against Buffalo, and the likely returning Rhamondre Stevenson, who missed Sunday’s contest due to COVID-19 protocols. Jacksonville has been one of the league’s most generous run defenses, allowing 126.8 rushing yards per road contest.
The number opened at a massive -16 for the Pats late last week, and it’s only shrunk by one point following Week 16 outcomes.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at New York Jets – 1 p.m. ET
The Buccaneers played short-handed at receiver and running back but still found a way to prevail in Week 16, toppling the hapless Panthers by a 32-6 score. The Jets faced the Jaguars without head coach Robert Saleh (COVID-19 protocols) and managed to edge Jacksonville by a 26-21 score.
Tampa Bay found a way to get by without Mike Evans (hamstring) against Carolina, with Antonio Brown’s 10-catch effort leading the way. The belief was Evans would likely be able to suit up for this Week 17 battle by resting Sunday, but those plans have possibly been scuttled now that the receiver has tested positive for COVID-19. Nevertheless, the stars have aligned well for the Bucs schedule-wise with respect to their current absences, considering the Jets, just like the Panthers, present as a very winnable matchup even if Tom Brady has to play with a short-handed receiver corps again.
The Jets should have Saleh back at the helm for this interconference clash, and they figure to need every resource against even a short-handed version of the defending champs. New York did get an encouraging effort from rookie Michael Carter against Jacksonville, as he compiled a career-best 118 rushing yards. However, the matchup gets exponentially more difficult versus a Tampa Bay defense surrendering just 87.5 rushing yards per contest, and a potentially one-dimensional offense could make for a quite an unpleasant afternoon for rookie quarterback Zach Wilson.
Even with Evans’ Monday COVID diagnosis, the Bucs’ projected edge has already grown over the initial -12 look-ahead line.
Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Football Team – 1 p.m. ET
The Eagles continued their late-season ascent against the spiraling Giants in Week 16, recording a 34-10 win for their third consecutive victory. Washington more or less saw its season go off the rails on Sunday night, as they were thumped by the Cowboys on the road by a 56-14 score.
Philly’s third straight win did come with a cost, as Miles Sanders suffered a broken hand and will be out for this divisional clash. Jalen Hurts also came back down to earth after his 296-yard effort against Washington in Week 15, throwing for under 200 yards for the sixth time in the last seven. Fortunately for him and the Eagles’ playoff hopes, the team will likely catch a timely break in this spot, as the Football Team may well be a completely disenchanted and unmotivated bunch following the extreme humbling they got at the hands of Dallas.
As the 42-point margin of defeat implies, everything that could go wrong did for Washington on Sunday night. Taylor Heinicke looked absolutely lost while completing seven of 22 passes for 121 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions before being pulled for Kyle Allen. Washington’s offense is naturally capable of a much better performance and the matchup versus Philadelphia should be slightly easier, but the bad news is the Eagles have been a much better defense on the road (18.5 PPG allowed) than at home (24.5 PPG allowed).
Despite the throttling Washington took in Week 16, the Eagles’ status as road favorites has only slightly grown since the look-ahead line.
Denver Broncos at Los Angeles Chargers – 4:05 p.m. ET
The Broncos saw their already thin playoff hopes take a hit against the Raiders on Sunday, as they dropped a 17-13 decision to fall to 7-8 and the brink of elimination. The Chargers also lost a key winnable late-season game, as they went on the road and stumbled against the Texans by a 41-29 score.
The Broncos were forced to go with Drew Lock under center Sunday, and the results left plenty to be desired. Denver naturally can’t afford to lose another game and still is far from guaranteed to have a postseason shot, but Teddy Bridgewater will naturally make every effort to make it back for this contest from his Week 15 concussion. Denver dominated the Week 12 meeting between the teams by a 28-13 score with a solid defensive effort that saw the Broncos pick Justin Herbert off twice and sack him three times.
The Chargers have been a tough team to figure out all season, with their Week 16 slip-up just the latest example. Los Angeles does have a legitimate excuse in the form of the COVID absences of Austin Ekeler and Mike Williams, the latter just popping up approximately 24 hours before kickoff. Williams is already ruled out for this contest as well, but both Ekeler and emerging wideout Jalen Guyton should be back in action.
For the time being, the initial line of Chargers -6 is holding steady in the wake of losses for both teams Sunday.
Houston Texans at San Francisco 49ers – 4:05 p.m. ET
The Texans pulled the shocker of the week, throttling the Chargers by a 41-29 score on the strength of a standout effort from Rex Burkhead and a mistake-free one from Davis Mills. The 49ers lost a heartbreaker to the Titans by a 20-17 score Thursday night to open the Week 16 slate, and Jimmy Garoppolo was revealed to have suffered a UCL tear and thumb fracture Monday that is endangering his status for this contest.
Mills’ play is validating coach David Culley’s decision to roll with him the rest of the season, with the rookie displaying considerable progress. One of the most noteworthy aspects of Sunday’s win was the fact it was accomplished without Brandin Cooks (COVID-19 protocols), who should be back in time for this Week 17 clash. Meanwhile, while Burkhead’s 149-yard haul was certainly impressive, he’ll be very hard-pressed to replicate it against a San Francisco defense giving up just 99.6 rushing yards per home contest.
If Garoppolo is forced to sit out this must-win game for the Niners, then rookie Trey Lance will return to action for the first time since logging five snaps without a pass attempt to close out the Jaguars in Week 11. Houston has developed into a stingy pass defense as the season has gone on and is allowing a respectable 230 passing yards per road contest, but coach Kyle Shanahan might opt to lean heavy on his trademark ground attack, especially if Elijah Mitchell is able to bounce back from his knee injury and concussion to suit up.
With the Texans showing some life Sunday and the Garoppolo developments Monday, the Niners’ original hefty line of -15 has shrunk by as much as two points at some sportsbooks.
Arizona Cardinals at Dallas Cowboys – 4:25 p.m. ET
The Cardinals’ concerning late-season skid hit three games Saturday night, as they fell to the Colts at home. The Cowboys notched the most dominant victory of the week by far, blasting Washington on Sunday night by a 56-14 score.
Kyler Murray is scuffling some without DeAndre Hopkins (knee) and Arizona’s defense has also let the team down at times during the current three-game losing streak. Both sides of the ball figure to have to up their respective level of play significantly to keep pace against a Cowboys passing game that should enter with no shortage of confidence. On the other side of the ball, the Cards will hope to have James Conner back in action after a heel injury cost him Week 16.
Dak Prescott and his pass catchers put a temporary end to all the talk about their underwhelming performances with Sunday’s explosion, which saw Prescott throw for over 300 yards and four touchdowns in the first half alone. The matchup against the Arizona secondary shapes up as much tougher on paper than the one against Washington, but Dallas should once again be very aggressive with the No. 1 seed in the NFC still in play.
Despite this being a matchup between two now confirmed postseason participants, the public’s perception of Dallas as a considerably superior team at the moment is embodied in the significant movement of the line from its original figure of Cowboys -2.5.
Detroit Lions at Seattle Seahawks – 4:25 p.m. ET
The Lions authored another one of their trademark close calls against the Falcons in Week 16 before falling 20-16, but the fact they were that competitive without Jared Goff (COVID-19 protocols) and D’Andre Swift (shoulder) was certainly noteworthy. The Seahawks enjoyed much better health but still couldn’t come up with a win in the snowy conditions of their home field, falling to the Bears by a 25-24 score.
This is one of the few Week 17 games that involves two teams without any postseason hope, but if this season is any indication, that won’t lead to the Lions playing with any less fire. Dan Campbell has kept his troops motivated all season, and this shapes up as a winnable matchup against a Seattle team that may be emotionally deflated following Sunday’s loss, especially considering the roster is replete with guys not used to not having anything to play for at this point of the season. Goff and Swift also have a very good chance of both being available, which would naturally up the firepower on offense considerably against a poor Seattle defense.
Russell Wilson didn’t turn the ball over Sunday and Rashaad Penny rattled off another 100-yard performance, but it still wasn’t enough due to the defense’s failings. The matchup against Detroit’s defense has become increasingly more challenging as the season has gone on, with the Lions allowing a respectable 336.7 total yards per contest in the last three, a noticeable drop from their 372.1 seasonal figure that was even higher before that sample.
Carolina Panthers at New Orleans Saints – 4:25 p.m. ET
The Panthers’ ugly swoon got even more alarming in Week 16, as Carolina dropped a 32-6 decision to the Buccaneers in which coach Matt Rhule rotated quarterbacks and was hearing chants for his firing from the crowd by the fourth quarter. The Saints take the field Monday night to face the Dolphins with both Taysom Hill and Trevor Siemian in COVID-19 protocols. Both players should have cleared protocols by the time this game kicks off, however.
Rhule may indeed be coaching the last two games of what would be a very short-lived tenure at the helm, but he’s still strategizing and will likely continue splitting snaps between Sam Darnold and Cam Newton for at least this game. Darnold has a much better chance of being on the 2022 roster than Newton, and there could actually be some yards to be had against a Saints secondary that’s been poor at home all season. Meanwhile, Chuba Hubbard’s frustrations as the lead back figure to continue in this spot – the rookie goes from the frying pan into the fire in terms of his matchup, as New Orleans went into Monday night allowing 89.4 rushing yards per home game, essentially making them as tough an assignment as the Buccaneers were.
Minnesota Vikings at Green Bay Packers – 8:20 p.m. ET
Update: The Vikings will start Sean Mannion at quarterback after Kirk Cousins tested positive for COVID-19. Green Bay had been a 6.5 point favorite and is now -13.5 at most books.
The Vikings fought hard against the visiting Rams in Week 16, but they still lost a critical game by a 30-23 score. The Packers were involved in a highly competitive affair but came out on top, squeaking by the Browns, 24-22, on Christmas Day.
Minnesota is now 7-8 and on the brink of elimination, and this naturally shapes up as quite the steep challenge. The Vikings are 3-3-1 at Lambeau during Mike Zimmer’s coaching tenure, and they should have Dalvin Cook back from COVID-19 protocols for this contest, two factors that offer some reason for optimism. Kirk Cousins also lit up Green Bay for 341 yards and three touchdowns in a 34-31 win at U.S. Bank Stadium back in Week 11, so the Vikes aren’t likely to lack for confidence despite the fact Green Bay is surrendering just 215.4 passing yards per home contest.
Aaron Rodgers continued to shine in Week 16 with a three-touchdown effort and reported afterwards his troublesome toe was feeling better. He also hung 385 yards and four touchdowns on the Vikings back in that aforementioned Week 11 contest, a game in which Davante Adams and Marquez Valdes-Scantling both exceeded the 100-yard mark. Green Bay also seems to have a good thing going a backfield mix of Aaron Jones and A.J. Dillon that’s now much more balanced than earlier in the season, and Minnesota comes in allowing a whopping 140.3 rushing yards per road contest.
In a game in which the Pack could be playing for the top seed in the NFC if the Cardinals manage to upset the Cowboys earlier in the day, Green Bay remains the same just-under-a-touchdown favorite it was when the line was first released.
Monday, January 3
Cleveland Browns at Pittsburgh Steelers – 8:15 p.m. ET
The Browns dropped a heartbreaker of a 24-22 decision to the Green Bay Packers on Christmas Day in Lambeau to drop to 7-8 and move precariously close to elimination from postseason contention. The Steelers were lambasted by the Chiefs at Arrowhead, 36-10, leaving them in marginally better shape than their division mates with a 7-7-1 mark.
It’s certainly possible, depending on how other games shake out Sunday, that each team is eliminated from the postseason by the time this game kicks off, or is just one loss from that becoming a reality. Whatever the scenario, the Browns figure to play hard and will have its healthiest offense in recent weeks, considering Kareem Hunt will be back to join recent returnees Baker Mayfield and Jarvis Landry, among others on that side of the ball. However, Mayfield will have to do a better job of avoiding the Steelers’ pass rush, which got to him for four sacks in a 15-10 loss back in Week 8.
Pittsburgh has a healthy offensive cast, and the aging Ben Roethlisberger, almost certainly playing his last regular-season game at Heinz Field, should certainly have a bit of extra juice for this contest, irrespective of whether the playoffs are still in sight by kickoff. The offensive line has been a problem for the Steelers all season, however, and the Browns, which notched a pair of sacks on Big Ben in the first meeting, certainly have the talent to exploit that weakness. Rookie running back Najee Harris could also be challenged to find consistent running lanes, as Cleveland is giving up a stingy 105.9 rushing yards per contest.
Following Week 16 outcomes, the Browns have become even bigger road favorites after the line opened as -1 late last week.
How NFL Week 17 odds are changing
The penultimate ledger of the regular season and the first NFL action of the new calendar year will feature plenty of games with playoff implications. That includes Chiefs versus Bengals, Dolphins versus Titans and Raiders versus Colts showdowns in the early window, as well as Broncos versus Chargers, Cardinals versus Cowboys and Rams versus Ravens battles in the late group of games.
From a betting perspective, as is prone to happen at this time of year, we have a handful of projected blowouts. The Patriots (-16.5), the 49ers (-15), Bills (-14) and Buccaneers (-13.5) are all heavy favorites against the Jaguars, Texans, Falcons and Jets, respectively. Conversely, there are also nine games with spreads of 6.5 points or less.
Oddsmakers are projecting inclement weather and likely COVID absences for key players to help keep scoring down overall, much like this past week. The Cardinals versus Cowboys and Chiefs versus Bengals tilts have 49-to-50-point projected totals, but nearly every other game has an expectation of 46.5 or less.
Here we glance at how NFL Week 17 odds are changing in the days leading up to kickoff. First are the lookahead lines, followed by updated point spreads when they begin to change.
- Las Vegas Raiders +8.5 vs. Indianapolis Colts -8.5
- Atlanta Falcons +14 vs. Buffalo Bills -14
- New York Giants +4.5 vs. Chicago Bears -4.5
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers -12 vs. New York Jets +12
- Carolina Panthers +7 vs. New Orleans Saints -7
- Philadelphia Eagles -3 vs. Washington Football Team +3
- Kansas City Chiefs -4 vs. Cincinnati Bengals +4
- Jacksonville Jaguars +16 vs. New England Patriots -16
- Miami Dolphins +3 vs. Tennessee Titans -3
- Denver Broncos +6 vs. LA Chargers -6
- Houston Texans +15 vs. San Francisco 49ers -15
- Arizona Cardinals +2.5 vs. Dallas Cowboys -2.5
- Detroit Lions +9 vs. Seattle Seahawks -9
- LA Rams -3 vs. Baltimore Ravens +3
- Minnesota Vikings +6.5 vs. Green Bay Packers -6.5
- Cleveland Browns +1 vs. Pittsburgh Steelers -1
And here are updated NFL Week 17 odds.
- Las Vegas Raiders +7 vs. Indianapolis Colts -7
- Atlanta Falcons +14 vs. Buffalo Bills -14
- New York Giants +5.5 vs. Chicago Bears -5.5
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers -13.5 vs. New York Jets +13.5
- Carolina Panthers +6.5 vs. New Orleans Saints -6.5
- Philadelphia Eagles -3.5 vs. Washington Football Team +3.5
- Kansas City Chiefs -4.5 vs. Cincinnati Bengals +4.5
- Jacksonville Jaguars +16 vs. New England Patriots -16
- Miami Dolphins +3.5 vs. Tennessee Titans -3.5
- Denver Broncos +6.5 vs. LA Chargers -6.5
- Houston Texans +12 vs. San Francisco 49ers -12
- Arizona Cardinals +6.5 vs. Dallas Cowboys -6.5
- Detroit Lions +7 vs. Seattle Seahawks -7
- LA Rams -4.5 vs. Baltimore Ravens +4.5
- Minnesota Vikings +13.5 vs. Green Bay Packers -13.5
- Cleveland Browns -3.5 vs. Pittsburgh Steelers +3.5