NFL Week 2 Lines Comparison At NJ Sportsbooks

Marco Cerino September 15, 2018 1118 Reads
Week 2 Lines

Sportsbooks in New Jersey have posted their spreads and totals for NFL Week 2. It’s never too early to look ahead, so read below for some food for thought as you prepare for the next slate of NFL games.

(Lines updated 9/15/18)

 DraftKingsFanDuelSugarHouseMGMWill Hill888sportCaesars
Baltimore
Cincinnati
-1
44.5
-1
43.5

-1
44.5
-1
43
-1
43.5
-1
44.5
-1
43.5
Kansas City
Pittsburgh
53.5
-5.5
53.5
-5.5
53.5
-5.5
53.5
-5.5
53.5
-5
53.5
-5.5
53
-5.5
Miami
NY Jets
43.5
-2.5
43.5
-2.5
43.5
-2.5
42.5
-2.5
43.5
-2.5
43.5
-2.5
43.5
-2.5
Philadelphia
Tampa Bay
-3
44
-3.5
43.5
-3
44
-3.5
44
-3
44
-3
44
-3
44
Cleveland
NO Saints
49.5
-9.5
49
-10
49.5
-9.5
49
-9.5
49
-9
49.5
-9.5
49
-9.5
Indianapolis
Washington
48.5
-4
48
-5.5
48.5
-4
48
-6
46
-6
48.5
-4
48
-5.5
LA Chargers
Buffalo
-7
43
-7.5
42.5
-7
43
-7
42.5
-7.5
43
-7
43
-7.5
43
Minnesota
Green Bay
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Carolina
Atlanta
44.5
-6
43.5
-6
44.5
-6
44.5
-6
44
-6.5
44.5
-6
44
-5.5
Houston
Tennessee
-3
43.5
-3
43
-3
43.5
-3
43
-3
43.5
-3
43.5
-3
43
Arizona
LA Rams
45
-13
44.5
-13.5
45
-13
44.5
-13
45
-13
45
-13
45
-13.5
Detroit
SF 49ers
48
-6
48.5
-6
48
-6
48.5
-6
48.5
-6
48
-6
48.5
-6
Oakland
Denver
45.5
-6
46
-6.5
45.5
-6
45.5
-6.5
46
-6
45.5
-6
45.5
-6
NE Patriots
Jacksonville
-1
44.5
44
PK
-1
44.5
-1
44
-1
45
-1
44.5
-1.5
45.5
NY Giants
Dallas
42.5
-3
42.5
-3
42.5
-3
42.5
-3
42.5
-3
42.5
-3
41.5
-3
Seattle
Chicago
43
-3
43
-3.5
43
-3
43
-3
43
-3
43
-3
43
-3

Baltimore (-1) at Cincinnati: Both teams won and covered in Week 1. Installing Baltimore as a road favorite seemed curious, especially considering their win last year was the first in Cincinnati since 2011. But the line since moved in the Bengals’ favor.

Kansas City at Pittsburgh (-5): The line on Pittsburgh dropped multiple points after LeVeon Bell extended his holdout into Week 1. Facing the Chiefs off an upset win against the Chargers, this could be the biggest moving line of the week.

Miami at NY Jets (-2.5): The Jets opened as an early underdog despite not playing until Monday in Detroit. Interestingly, FanDuel was the only book that installed them underdog without the half-point kicker. Following the Monday night win, the line moved to Jets -2.5 or -3 at most books. The Meadowlands location saw a lot of public action on Gang Green this offseason.

Philadelphia (-3) at Tampa Bay: The Eagles won the season opener despite the spread dropping throughout the week. Tampa won outright as the highest ML dog at New Orleans. This line will be worth watching if the regional bias goes the world champs’ way this week.

Cleveland at New Orleans (-8): The Saints fell at home as a massive favorite to Tampa, while the Browns tied after late support on the spread. The 50 total tied for the highest on the board as of Monday night but the Steelers/Chiefs total quickly flew up to 53.5.

Indianapolis at Washington (-5.5): The home debut for Alex Smith and Adrian Peterson sees Washington a strong favorite. The Colts’ late collapse at home to Cincinnati might scare away bettors.

LA Chargers (-7.5) at Buffalo: Both teams are looking for a bounce-back after disappointing losses in Week 1. The Chargers are the biggest road favorite this weekend going cross-country so watch for this line to move, particularly if Josh Allen gets his first start at home.

Carolina at Atlanta (-5.5): Neither offense impressed in Week 1. Atlanta is the home favorite, perhaps pushed by recency bias, as the Falcons have won the last three and seven of the last nine at home against the Panthers.

Minnesota at Green Bay (No line): Only FanDuel had this game on the board Monday afternoon with the Packers a slight favorite. It was back off the board as of Saturday afternoon.

Houston (-3) at Tennessee: Recent history suggested that Tennessee would be a home favorite. But injuries to QB Marcus Mariota and two Titans starting offensive lineman moved the line toward Houston.

Arizona at LA Rams (-13): The 10-point opening spread was the biggest of Week 2, and most books moved it to -13 following the Rams’ performance in Oakland on Monday night.

Detroit at San Francisco (-5.5): The Niners are the established favorite across the board, especially after the Lions put up a stinker at home on Monday night.

Oakland at Denver (-5.5): Denver’s win against Seattle has earned the books’ confidence. Recent history helps this stance, as the Broncos are 5-1 at home in the last six against their division rivals.

New England (-1) at Jacksonville: Both teams won convincingly in their season openers. All of the books give the Pats the edge here going on the road, but some listed it as a PK as of Saturday.

NY Giants at Dallas (-3): Dallas is the favorite at home despite neither team looking impressive in opening losses. Regional biases could see these lines drop, especially at FanDuel which gave the G-Men a half-point kicker to open.

Seattle at Chicago (-3.5): Both teams will look to bounce back in Week 2. The books install Chicago as a home favorite, with William Hill the only one making the spread an even FG at open.

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