2010 NFL Week 9 Lines – Week Nine Lines Breakdown

Last Updated: November 1st, 2010 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist)

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Complete List of Week 9 NFL Lines Can Be Found Below

Week 9 of the 2010 NFL campaign is going to get underway this weekend. Below you will find the current list of 2010 Week 9 NFL lines and spreads along with a breakdown of the Week 9 NFL odds. Be sure to check out the free NFL picks from the expert handicappers at Bankroll Sports this weekend…

A number of so called “better” teams are heading on the road to highlight the action this weekend, and here at Bankroll Sports, we’ll have all of our NFL Week 9 picks available for you throughout the week.

The Chicago Bears are probably in the most predictable spot this week, as they are heading into Ralph Wilson Stadium off of a bye week against the Buffalo Bills. The hosts have to be happy to be back at home, especially after crushing overtime defeats against the Baltimore Ravens and Kansas City Chiefs on the road in back to back weeks. Buffalo remains as the last winless team in the NFL, but that could change this weekend. Still, the oddsmakers are making the Bears 2.5 point chalks.

The biggest of the road favorites of the week 9 NFL lines are the New England Patriots. The Pats are laying 5.5 at the Cleveland Browns, who are coming off of their bye week as well. Cleveland looks as though it has a great, new look on offense with QB Colt McCoy calling the shots, and this will be the ultimate test to do what fellow rookie QB Sam Bradford did in the preseason: Beat the Patriots. You know that this is a huge game for Cleveland fans, as New England HC Bill Belichick was a miserable failure with the Browns. However, the Mad Scientist knows how hot and heavy the Dawg Pound can get, but he loves really sticking it to the team that he first coached way back in the day.

At this point, the biggest favorites of all the NFL Week 9 lines are the Atlanta Falcons. They’re taking on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in what might be the biggest game of the season for both teams. First place in the NFC South will be on the line, as the Bucs are only trailing Atlanta by a half game. We know that Tampa Bay really hasn’t played a solid schedule as of yet, but it has a chance to really prove the oddsmakers wrong in this one with what would be an excellent win on the road. The problem is that the two times that the Bucs have run up against definitive postseason teams this year, they were crushed by both the New Orleans Saints and Pittsburgh Steelers. The Falcons are getting healthy and are coming off of their bye week, and they have no desire to fall back to the pack in the NFC South. Atlanta is lined at -9 on the opening lines.

Perhaps the most interesting matchup of the week is that of the Miami Dolphins and Baltimore Ravens. The Ravens don’t lose at home often, though they were threatened by the aforementioned Bills in their most recent game two weeks ago. However now, they are coming off of their bye and certainly have their hands full with the Fins this week. Miami improved to 4-0 SU and ATS on the road this year last week by upsetting the Cincinnati Bengals 22-14, and the oddsmakers have appropriately adjusted the line accordingly. The Fish are still dogs, but only catching 4.5 points at M&T Bank Stadium seems like a short line.

As always in the NFL, we’re on QB Brett Favre alert, as we are worried about whether he’ll be able to keep his streak alive of consecutive games played after last week’s jarring hit against the New England Patriots that knocked him out of the lineup. We know that WR Randy Moss won’t be with the team anymore, as he was released on Monday just three games after being traded for from the same Pats that beat Minnesota last weekend. The Vikes are currently off the board against the Arizona Cardinals at home on Sunday until the Favre situation is officially sorted out.

In regards to the ‘total’, at least at this point, all eight games on the board are listed with ‘totals’ between 40 and 45, but we fully expect to see some bigger numbers by the time these games all go up and go off the board on Sunday.

2010 NFL Football Week 9 Lines @ Oddsmaker Sportsbook (as of 11/1/10):
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Week 9 Lines for Sunday, 11/7/10

405 Chicago Bears -2.5
406 Buffalo Bills +2.5
Over/Under 40.5

407 San Diego Chargers OTB
408 Houston Texans OTB
Over/Under OTB

409 New Orleans Saints OTB
410 Carolina Panthers OTB
Over/Under OTB

411 Arizona Cardinals OTB
412 Minnesota Vikings OTB
Over/Under OTB

413 Tampa Bay Buccaneers +9
414 Atlanta Falcons -9
Over/Under 45

415 New York Jets -4
416 Detroit Lions +4
Over/Under 41

417 Miami Dolphins +4.5
418 Baltimore Ravens -4.5
Over/Under 40

419 New England Patriots -5.5
420 Cleveland Browns +5.5
Over/Under 44.5

421 New York Giants OTB
422 Seattle Seahawks OTB
Over/Under OTB

423 Kansas City Chiefs +2.5
424 Oakland Raiders -2.5
Over/Under 41

425 Indianapolis Colts OTB
426 Philadelphia Eagles OTB
Over/Under OTB

427 Dallas Cowboys +8
428 Green Bay Packers -8
Over/Under 45

Week 9 Spreads for Monday, 11/8/10

429 Pittsburgh Steelers -4.5
430 Cincinnati Bengals +4.5
Over/Under 42

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