NFL Week 9 Odds: Spreads, Moneylines And Over Unders For Each Game

Written By Juan Carlos Blanco on November 6, 2022 - Last Updated on November 9, 2022
NFL Week 9 odds

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The calendar has turned to November and the haves and have nots in the NFL are starting to separate. NFL Week 9 odds are live at top sportsbooks and the lines show some large spreads. The league’s elite trio of the Bills, Chiefs and Eagles had or currently have projected advantages of 9 points or higher. Josh Allen and the Bills are -10.5 on the road at the Jets +10.5. Patrick Mahomes and his Chiefs are -12.5 as they will host the Titans +12.5. Jalen Hurts and the Eagles were -14 at the lowly Texans +14 but Houston wound up covering with a final score of Eagles 29, Texans 17.

Compare those lines and view all of the other point spreads on the slate below.

NFL Week 9 odds

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NFL Week 9 betting lines

Many NFL Week 9 odds have changed since their original prices a week and a half ago. Here are key line changes as of Sunday morning.

  • Dolphins -3.5 at Bears +3.5 to Dolphins -4 at Bears +4
  • Bills -10.5 at Jets +10.5 to Bills -12.5 at Jets +12.5
  • Panthers +9.5 at Bengals -9.5 to Panthers +7.5 at Bengals -7.5
  • Titans +10.5 at Chiefs -10.5 to Titans +12 at Chiefs -12
  • Seahawks +3.5 at Cardinals -3.5 to Seahawks +2 at Cardinals -2

These early lines offer bettors an opportunity to identify and take action on spreads that may ultimately prove to be inefficient..

Philadelphia Eagles at Houston Texans +14

The lowly Texans made a game of it against the only undefeated team in the NFL. This spread closed with the Eagles as a -14 favorite and the game ended with Philly “only” having won by 12 points. The game went over the 45 point total.

LA Chargers at Atlanta Falcons

The Chargers were off this past weekend after taking an alarming loss to the Seahawks at home. Atlanta engaged in a wild overtime divisional clash with the Panthers this past weekend and were lucky to win by a score of 37-34.   

The Chargers had the misfortune of seeing Mike Williams go down with an ankle injury in the same game Keenan Allen made his long-awaited return from a hamstring issue. Williams projects to remain out for this matchup unless he makes an especially accelerated recovery. Joshua Palmer should be back from his concussion to help Justin Herbert try to exploit a Falcons defense that’s surrendered an NFL-high 306.9 passing yards per game.

Atlanta has cobbled together a 4-4 record despite a passing attack that’s averaging just 162.6 passing yards per game. Arthur Smith is often doing a very good job out-scheming opponents and has impressively kept the offense functional without Cordarrelle Patterson (knee) – who may be able to come back from injured reserve for this contest. The Falcons figure to need plenty of firepower to keep up with Herbert, especially with the Bolts coming off a bye week.

Despite the Chargers’ disappointing performance against Seattle and Atlanta fighting hard each week – the Falcons were still a 3-to-3.5-point home underdog as the week began.

Miami Dolphins at Chicago Bears

The Dolphins alarmingly found themselves down 14-0 early to the Lions before rallying for a 31-27 win. The Bears also racked up some surprising offense Sunday in a tough matchup against the Cowboys, but they were still thumped by a 49-29 score.  

The Tua Tagovailoa-Tyreek Hill-Jaylen Waddle trio was in top form in the win over the Lions as they combined for 20 receptions, 294 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Raheem Mostert also put together another solid effort on the ground and he could enjoy a bigger role against the Bears’ sieve-like run defense that’s yielded 156 rushing yards per game, including 132 per home contest.

Justin Fields continued to demonstrate some solid progress by completing a season-best 73.9 percent of his passes and accumulating three total TDs (two receiving, one rushing) against Dallas. The Bears are showing progress on offense overall and could certainly make some plays against a Dolphins defense that’s allowed just under 390 total yards per game on the road, including the seventh-most rushing yards per contest to QBs.

The Dolphins unsurprisingly started the week as 4.5-to-5-point road favorites despite a Soldier Field environment that can be a tough venue for visitors. 

Carolina Panthers at Cincinnati Bengals

The Panthers lost a heartbreaker against the Falcons despite once again showing plenty of fight under interim head coach Steve Wilks. Cincinnati took the field Monday night against the Browns in an AFC North clash and suffered a humbling 32-13 defeat without Ja’Marr Chase (hip) available.

PJ Walker earned himself another start after putting up a career-high 317 yards with a touchdown against the Falcons, even though he completed a season-low 52.8 percent of his throws. Walker’s inaccuracy could certainly surface again in this matchup as Cincy will head into its MNF clash having allowed an NFL-low 56.9 percent completion rate. Nevertheless, Walker will at least have D’Onta Foreman, and possibly Chuba Hubbard (ankle) as well, with the former having racked up three rushing TDs and a second straight 118-yard effort.

The Bengals do not have any guarantees of having Chase for this game, although head coach Zac Taylor has already said the star wideout won’t go on injured reserve. It remains to be seen how well Burrow functions without his top target Monday night, as his alternatives beyond Tee Higgins and Tyler Boyd are thin. 

Ahead of the Bengals’ Monday night clash, Cincy was a big 8-to-8.5-point home favorite when looking at NFL Week 9 odds.

Green Bay Packers at Detroit Lions

The Packers took their fourth straight loss against the Bills on Sunday night, playing better than expected but still falling, 27-17. The Lions put on their usual offensive display at Ford Field against Miami, but the defense ultimately failed to keep up yet again in a 31-27 loss. 

Green Bay showed about as much fight as it could with a very undermanned offense that was missing Allen Lazard (shoulder) and Randall Cobb (IR-ankle). Aaron Jones turned in a vintage performance that was highlighted by a 143-yard tally on the ground. Jones could be primed for another monster effort in this spot given Detroit’s weakness against the run, but Aaron Rodgers could also finally draw a matchup he can exploit since the Lions have proven highly vulnerable to the pass as well.

The revival of the Lions offense Sunday was encouraging after Detroit had scored all of six points in the prior two games, and D’Andre Swift’s return from shoulder and ankle injuries was also encouraging despite the fact he logged just 10 total touches. The matchup against Green Bay’s defense is likely to be much tougher than the one against the Dolphins, however, as the Pack is allowing just 316 total yards per contest.

With the struggles of each of the two clubs recently, the Packers are only three-point road favorites in a matchup they’ve traditionally dominated during Rodgers’ tenure. 

Indianapolis Colts at New England Patriots

The Colts rolled with second-year signal-caller Sam Ehlinger against the Commanders and nearly pulled off the win before a last-second rally by Washington. New England, meanwhile, bounced back on a short week after an embarrassing home loss to the Bears to upend the Jets, 22-17.

Ehlinger put together a highly competent performance by the numbers Sunday, completing 17 of 23 passes for 201 yards and adding 15 rushing yards. The Texas product could certainly have the playbook opened up for him a bit more in this matchup, but he has the unenviable task of facing Bill Belichick’s defense in only his second pro start. The Pats harassed Zach Wilson to the tune of three interceptions and two sacks Sunday, and a generally struggling Indy passing game may not fare much better.

Mac Jones returned to the starting role full-time Sunday as Belichick had promised, but he didn’t exactly yield stellar results with 194 yards with a touchdown and INT. Rhamondre Stevenson may have turned into New England’s best weapon at this point, with the second-year back having accumulated 143 total yards Sunday. However, the matchup versus the Colts defense should also be tough as Indy is allowing the ninth-fewest total yards per game (319.8). 

New England was a 5.5-point favorite when looking at NFL Week 9 odds to start the week.

Buffalo Bills at New York Jets

The Bills didn’t put on their most spectacular performance by any stretch on Sunday but they still pulled off a 27-17 win over the Packers. The Jets’ offense bogged down in the second half against the Patriots on Sunday, meanwhile, leading to a 22-17 home defeat.  

Josh Allen threw for only 218 yards and tossed a pair of picks in addition to his touchdown passes Sunday night while completing just 13 of 25 passes. Devin Singletary continued his recent trend of strong production on the ground, however, with 67 rushing yards – although the entire Buffalo offense will be challenged against a Jets defense surrendering a very modest 296.7 total yards per game in the last three. 

The Jets’ Zach Wilson threw three more interceptions Sunday to bring his TD:INT ratio for the season to an ugly 3:5. Recent trade acquisition James Robinson only saw five carries in his team debut, but he and Michael Carter could start forming a more effective duo as the weeks unfold. That may be difficult to accomplish as far this matchup is concerned, but perhaps Aaron Jones’ success (143 rushing yards) against Buffalo will put something on film Gang Green can exploit. 

Despite New York’s undeniably improved play thus far this season, oddsmakers were once again making the Bills massive favorites (-13/-13.5) to start the week when glancing at NFL Week 9 odds.

Minnesota Vikings at Washington Commanders

The Vikings moved to 6-1 with a hard-fought 34-26 win over the Cardinals on Sunday. The Commanders fought back against the Colts to notch a wild 17-16 home win while facing Sam Ehlinger in his first pro start.

Minnesota continues to demonstrate excellent offensive balance, with the Vikes ranking in the top half of the league in passing yards per game (237.1) and also averaging a solid 122.7 rushing yards per contest in the last three. Adam Thielen (knee) and Irv Smith (ankle) did pick up injuries during Sunday’s win, however. While Thielen was already back to full practice participation by Thursday, Smith may miss the rest of the season, but that loss is more than offset by the trade-deadline acquisition T.J. Hockenson, who could serve as more of a downfield threat.

The Commanders are now 2-0 under Taylor Heinicke’s stewardship this season, with that pair of wins coming by a combined three points. Heinicke has completed 67.2 percent of his throws and has thrown three touchdowns to two INTS in those games, and a matchup against a Vikings defense that’s surrendered a whopping 311.7 passing yards per road game could be another recipe for success.

The Commanders now boast a three-game winning streak, but oddsmakers still have the Vikes as a 3.5-point road favorite.

Las Vegas Raiders at Jacksonville Jaguars

The Raiders turned in a shockingly putrid offensive performance in a visit to New Orleans on Sunday, losing 24-0 in a game Derek Carr threw for only 101 yards and Davante Adams recorded just three receiving yards in. The Jaguars continued losing overseas, as they fell to the Denver Broncos, 21-17, on a late Latavius Murray touchdown in London. 

Raiders head coach Josh McDaniels took responsibility for his team’s showing against a Saints defense that was still missing Marshon Lattimore (abdomen) on Sunday, and the Raiders certainly have the talent to bounce back. Adams’ alarming lack of production could also have largely the result of the illness he went into the game with, and the entire unit will have a chance to rebound versus a Jags unit conceding 273 passing yards per contest in the last three.

Trevor Lawrence appears to be only marginally more productive in head coach Doug Pederson’s offense as he was in his rookie campaign, throwing for under 200 yards in three of his last five games. Granted, those totals came against a murder’s row that is the Eagles, Colts and Broncos defenses, and the first two of those games were on the road. Lawrence should at least a have a better chance at success versus a Vegas defense giving up 264 passing yards in the last three games, while breakout star Travis Etienne should have a solid chance at a third straight 100-yard effort. 

With neither team having shown anything in the way of consistency, especially on offense, the Raiders are actually 1-to-1.5-point road favorites.

Seattle Seahawks at Arizona Cardinals

The Seahawks earned a 27-13 victory over the Giants on Sunday, their third straight win. The Cardinals put up a good fight at U.S. Bank Stadium but ultimately fell to the Vikings, 34-26.  

Geno Smith was playing with a pair of hobbled top targets in DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett on Sunday, but he still put together a 212-yard, two-touchdown performance against a defense notorious for making life difficult on receivers. Making Smith’s numbers more impressive is the fact rookie Kenneth Walker was stymied for the first time in a starting role to the tune of just 51 yards on 18 carries, albeit with a late nifty rushing TD. 

DeAndre Hopkins one-upped his impressive season debut by posting an elite 12-159-1 line on 13 targets against the Vikes, and Kyler Murray was able to author his second 300-yard effort and first three-touchdown tally of the season. The Seahawks defense could present a much stiffer challenge, however; after a forgettable start to the season. Seattle is allowing the fifth-fewest total yards per game (289.7) in the last three contests. 

Despite the recent play of both clubs, the Cardinals were notably 2-to-2.5-point home favorites on NFL Week 9 odds boards as the week began.

LA Rams at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

The Rams continued to be plagued by their San Francisco 49ers problem, falling yet again to their NFC West arch-rival by a 31-14 score. The Buccaneers have plenty of their own problems, as they fell to the Ravens at home Thursday night by a 27-22 score for their third consecutive defeat. 

The Rams’ offense looked strong early in Sunday’s game before the 49ers turned things around, and by the final whistle, Matthew Stafford had taken another two sacks and thrown for under 200 yards. The veteran did see his three-game interception streak snapped, but his 7:8 TD:INT and his line’s pass-protection issues could lead to another very long day versus a Bucs D that has underperformed but can still rush the passer well, even without Shaq Barrett (Achilles). 

Tom Brady and his side of the ball seem to be in perpetual search for answers these days, with Tampa Bay putting up a decent amount of yardage, especially through the air, but not parlaying anywhere near that into anywhere near the amount of points they should. Leonard Fournette has also fallen on hard times on the ground with just 43 yards on 17 carries in his last two games. The matchup against the Rams – Christian McCaffrey’s success Sunday notwithstanding – isn’t exactly welcoming, as L.A. is yielding an NFL-low 270 total yards per game in the last three.

With two talented but struggling teams clashing, oddsmakers made the home team a standard -3 favorite early in the week.

Tennessee Titans at Kansas City Chiefs

The Titans handled their business against the Texans on Sunday in typical fashion, namely, riding Derrick Henry to a 200-yard-plus performance in what was Malik Willis’ first career start. The Chiefs were off this past weekend after recording an impressive 44-23 win over the 49ers in San Francisco the previous week.

Willis didn’t have to shoulder much responsibility in the 17-10 win over Houston, with Henry going off for 219 yards and two touchdowns on the ground. Ryan Tannehill missed the game due to an ankle injury and an illness, but he should have good chance of returning for this marquee battle. The Chiefs are a talented defense, but they’ve been surprisingly generous at home with 407.3 total yards per game allowed in that split.  

Patrick Mahomes is on pace for another outstanding season despite having lost Tyreek Hill via trade this past offseason, and his rapport with the likes of newcomers JuJu Smith-Schuster and Marquez Valdes-Scantling continues to seemingly grow by the week. Having had a bye week to further get in sync, Mahomes and his entire arsenal could be in for another banner performance versus a Titans defense that’s giving up 275 passing yards and 11.6 yards per completion on the road. 

Even with Tannehill seemingly having a shot to return for this game, the Chiefs are robust 12-to-12.5-point favorites coming off their bye.

Baltimore Ravens at New Orleans Saints

The Ravens were able to prevail in a close game for the second time in four days, knocking off the Buccaneers by a 27-22 score in Tampa. The Saints manhandled the Raiders at home on Sunday, posting a 24-0 win that was as dominant as the score implies.   

Baltimore got a razor-sharp passing effort from Lamar Jackson, with the star signal-caller throwing for 238 yards and two TDs while adding 43 rushing yards. Gus Edwards was also on his way to a second strong performance in four days with an 11-65 line on the ground, but he exited early with a hamstring issue that has him labeled as day-to-day for the time being. The Saints’ defensive performance versus the Raiders will arguably be hard to replicate against Jackson, and if Edwards is out, Kenyan Drake and Justice Hill should be ready to step up. 

New Orleans will face a talented Baltimore defense that just got better Monday with the trade acquisition of Roquan Smith from Chicago. Andy Dalton has been able to put together a strong starting run for New Orleans with plenty of help from the highly versatile and talented Alvin Kamara and Taysom Hill in the absences of Michael Thomas (foot) and Jarvis Landry (ankle). Both wideouts should once again have a fighting chance of returning, and a return by either would naturally be helpful to Dalton against a defense that’s allowed just 307.7 total yards per game in the last three contests.

Even with New Orleans’ strong showing on Sunday and the Ravens’ occasional troubles with consistency, Baltimore was still a 2.5-to-3-point road favorite on NFL Week 9 odds boards to start the week. 

How spreads are changing

Here is a glance at how point spreads are changing from when they were first released to right before kickoff of each contest. Here are the lines from Sunday at 8 p.m. ET.

DateNFL Week 9 Odds: October 30NFL Week 9 Odds: November 1NFL Week 9 Odds: November 4
Thursday, November 3Eagles -13 at Texans +13Eagles -13.5 at Texans +13.5Eagles -14 at Texans +14
Sunday, November 6Vikings -3 at Commanders +3Vikings -3.5 at Commanders +3.5Vikings -3 at Commanders +3
Sunday, November 6Packers -3.5 at Lions +3.5Packers -3 at Lions +3Packers -3.5 at Lions +3.5
Sunday, November 6Bills -12.5 at Jets +12.5Bills -13 at Jets +13Bills -11 at Jets +11
Sunday, November 6Dolphins -4.5 at Bears +4.5Dolphins -5 at Bears +5Dolphins -4 at Bears +4
Sunday, November 6Chargers -3 at Falcons +3Chargers -3 at Falcons +3Chargers -3 at Falcons +3
Sunday, November 6Panthers +9 at Bengals -9Panthers +8 at Bengals -8Panthers +7.5 at Bengals -7.5
Sunday, November 6Colts +6.5 at Patriots -6.5Colts +5.5 at Patriots -5.5Colts +5.5 at Patriots -5.5
Sunday, November 6Raiders -1.5 at Jaguars +1.5Raiders -1.5 at Jaguars +1.5Raiders -1.5 at Jaguars +1.5
Sunday, November 6Seahawks +3 at Cardinals -3Seahawks +1 at Cardinals -1Seahawks +2 at Cardinals -2
Sunday, November 6Rams +2.5 at Buccaneers -2.5Rams +3 at Buccaneers -3Rams +3 at Buccaneers -3
Sunday, November 6Titans +11 at Chiefs -11Titans +12.5 at Chiefs -12.5Titans +12 at Chiefs -12
Monday, November 7Ravens -3 at Saints +3Ravens -3 at Saints +3Ravens -2.5 at Saints +2.5

Initial NFL Week 9 odds are from October 26.

DateNFL Week 9 SpreadsNFL Week 9 MoneylinesNFL Week 9 Totals
Thursday, November 3Eagles -9 at Texans +9Eagles -425 at Texans +34043
Sunday, November 6Colts +6.5 at Patriots -6.5Colts +235 at Patriots -28041
Sunday, November 6Dolphins -3.5 at Bears +3.5Dolphins -180 at Bears +15541
Sunday, November 6Packers -3.5 at Lions +3.5Packers -180 at Lions +15549
Sunday, November 6Bills -10.5 at Jets +10.5Bills -540 at Jets +42047.5
Sunday, November 6Raiders -1.5 at Jaguars +1.5Raiders -125 at Jaguars +10547
Sunday, November 6Vikings -2.5 at Commanders +2.5 Vikings -140 at Commanders +12044.5
Sunday, November 6Chargers -3 at Falcons +3Chargers -155 at Falcons +13547.5
Sunday, November 6Panthers +9.5 at Bengals -9.5Panthers +350 at Bengals -43544
Sunday, November 6Seahawks +3.5 at Cardinals -3.5Seahawks +165 at Cardinals -19549.5
Sunday, November 6Rams +2 at Buccaneers -2Rams +105 at Buccaneers -12542.5
Sunday, November 6Titans +10.5 at Chiefs -10.5Titans +390 at Chiefs -49047
Monday, November 7Ravens -3.5 at Saints +3.5Ravens -165 at Saints +14049
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