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2014 NFL Week 3 Odds – Week 3 Lines Breakdown

September 17th, 2014 by Chad A. Dawkins | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on 2014 NFL Week 3 Odds – Week 3 Lines Breakdown

Listed below you will find the complete listing of all the NFL lines for all the upcoming week 3 matchups from JustBet Sportsbook.

Thursday, September 18th

Tampa Bay at Atlanta (-6.5, 45) 8:25 PM (EST) CBS/NFL Network

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers take on the Atlanta Falcons on Thursday Night Football. Tampa continued their disappointing start in week 2, with a second consecutive home loss to St. Louis. Atlanta didn’t fare much better, as they were dominated in Cincinnati losing 24-10 to the Bengals.

Sunday, September 21st

Oakland at New England (-15, 47) 1:00 PM (EST) CBS

The New England Patriots will play their home opener when they host the Oakland Raiders. The Patriots got a lift from their defense in a 30-7 win at Minnesota, while Oakland was dominated at home by Houston 24-7.

San Diego at Buffalo (-2.5, 44) 1:00 PM (EST) CBS

The San Diego Chargers, fresh off their upset win over Seattle, will head to upstate New York to take on the 2-0 Buffalo Bills. The Bills won their home opener in week 2 29-10 over Miami.

Dallas at St. Louis (NL) 1:00 PM (EST) FOX

The Dallas Cowboys got in the win column in week 2 defeating Tennessee 26-10. They’ll try to make it 2 in a row when they head to St. Louis to take on the Rams, who won at Tampa 19-17.

Washington at Philadelphia (NL) 1:00 PM (EST) FOX

Kirk Cousins will get the start for the injured Robert Griffin III when they travel to Philadelphia to take on the 2-0 Eagles. Cousins led the Redskins to a 41-10 victory over Jacksonville, while Philadelphia defeated Indianapolis 30-27 on Monday night.

Houston (-2, 42) at NY Giants 1:00 PM (EST) CBS

The 2-0 Houston Texans have been impressive in their first 2 games, outscoring their opponents 47-20. They’ll take on the New York Giants, who have struggled in the first 2 weeks. The Giants lost to Arizona in week 2, 25-14.

Minnesota at New Orleans (NL) 1:00 PM (EST) FOX

The Minnesota Vikings took a step back last week with a 30-7 home loss to New England. They’ll have Adrian Peterson back, but will have a big challenge when they take on the winless New Orleans Saints, who will be in desperation mode after 2 close losses.

Tennessee at Cincinnati (-7, 43.5) 1:00 PM (EST)CBS

The Tennessee Titans head to the Queen City to take on the 2-0 Cincinnati Bengals. After a big road win in Kansas City, Tennessee lost their home opener to Dallas. Cincinnati has been impressive, and they took care of business in week 2 defeating Atlanta 24-10.

Baltimore (-1, 41.5) at Cleveland 1:00 PM (EST) CBS

The Baltimore Ravens take on the Cleveland Browns in what should be a great AFC North matchup. Both teams got a win in week 2, with Baltimore defeating Pittsburgh 26-6, while Cleveland shocked New Orleans 26-24.

Green Bay at Detroit (-1.5, 52) 1:00 PM (EST) FOX

In a matchup that could light up the scoreboard, the Detroit Lions host the Green Bay Packers in a key NFC North matchup. The Lions were manhandled by the Panthers 24-7 in week 2, while the Packers rallied from 18 points down to defeat the New York Jets 31-24.

Indianapolis (-7, 45) at Jacksonville 1:00 PM (EST) CBS

The 0-2 Indianapolis Colts take on the Jacksonville Jaguars in an AFC South contest. The Colts are certainly better than their 0-2 record would indicate, while the Jaguars winless record is warranted, being outscored 75-10 in their last 6 quarters.

San Francisco (NL) at Arizona 4:05 PM (EST) FOX

The 1-1 San Francisco 49ers take on the 2-0 Arizona Cardinals in what should be a great NFC West matchup. Arizona backup Drew Stanton led the Cardinals to a 25-14 victory in New York, while the 49ers allowed 21 4th quarter points to the Bears, losing their first regular season game in Levi’s Stadium.

Denver at Seattle (-5, 48.5) 4:25 PM (EST) CBS

In what will be the marquee game in week 2, the Denver Broncos take on the Seattle Seahawks in a rematch of Super Bowl XLVIII. Seattle will be looking to get back on track after a 31-20 loss at San Diego. The Broncos moved to 2-0 after a 24-17 win over Kansas City.

Kansas City at Miami (-4.5, 41.5) 4:25 PM (EST) CBS

The winless Kansas City Chiefs take on 1-1 Miami Dolphins from Sun Life Stadium in Miami. Kansas City gave Denver a run for their money, only to come up short in a 24-17 loss. The Dolphins might have beaten New England in week 1, but were dominated at Buffalo 29-10 in week 2.

Pittsburgh at Carolina (-3, 41.5) 8:30 PM (EST) NBC

The Carolina Panthers will look to go to 3-0 when they take on the 1-1 Pittsburgh Steelers. The Panthers defense was instrumental in a 24-7 win over Detroit last Sunday, while the Steelers were dominated in a 26-6 loss to Baltimore last Thursday night.

Monday, September 22nd

Chicago at New York (A) (-1.5, 45.5) 8:30 PM (EST) ESPN               

The Chicago Bears will take on the NY Jets on Monday Night Football from MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ. The Bears had an amazing win at San Francisco with a big 4th quarter rally to get a 28-20 win. The Jets were polar opposites in week 2, blowing an 18 point lead in Green Bay, losing to the Packers 31-24.

2013 NFL Week 3 Lines – Week Three NFL Odds Breakdown

September 18th, 2013 by Adam Markowitz (Bankroll Sports Columnist) | Posted in NFL Football   Comments Off on 2013 NFL Week 3 Lines – Week Three NFL Odds Breakdown
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Week 3 of the 2013 NFL campaign is going to get underway this weekend. Below you will find the current list of 2011 Week 3 NFL lines and spreads along with a breakdown of the Week 3 NFL odds. Be sure to check out the free NFL picks from the expert handicappers at Bankroll Sports this week…

There’s really a little something for everyone this week on the Week 3 NFL odds, knowing that there are some games that really could be blowouts and a ton of games that could be really close.

We’ll start though, with the 0-2 teams that are really in need of wins. There wasn’t a single team last season that started at 0-2 that made the playoffs, and history isn’t kind to teams that start off the campaign with a pair of defeats. It’s even less kind when you start 0-3, and it’s basically darn near impossible to get the job done from anything worse than that. That’s why the game between the Carolina Panthers and the New York Giants is so darn important. Neither team made the playoffs last season, and both need to get in this year if they want to ensure that their head coach will be back for next season. Both have been disappointing at 0-2, but in fairness, only one of the four games that were played between these featured one of them being favored. Carolina is giving 1 in the game, a clear sign that this one could go either way.

That’s a close call for sure, but the oddsmakers are having an insanely tough time separating most of these teams this week. Nine of the 16 games feature spreads of three points or fewer, and that’s as many as we ever see of the sorts.

5Dimes NFLFrom the top of the NFL rotation schedule, the Kansas City Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles are going to war on Thursday Night Football, and of course, that means the return of Head Coach Andy Reid to the City of Brotherly Love with his new team. It will be interesting to see how the fans in Philly react to Reid wearing a red polo on the sidelines for a change. What’s most important though, is that the winner of this one is going to have a huge leg up for the rest of the year. A 3-0 start would be crucial for the Chiefs, who are trying to turn around the worst team in football from a season ago. Meanwhile, a 2-1 start for the Eagles would be proof that the Head Coach Chip Kelly style is indeed working. Remember that this is the third game in just 17 days for Philly though, and for the way that it gets up to the line of scrimmage and goes, this is could be a real problem. The Eagles are -3, but we know that KC has a very good chance to take the spoils in this one.

The San Diego Chargers and Tennessee Titans are both 1-1, and both blew leads to the Texans this year that kept them from being 2-0. These two teams have high hopes for Wild Card bids this year, and at least one of them might end up getting it. This game could go a long way in deciding all of that. The Bolts are getting three on the road, and they have to be careful with this being their second straight trip all the way East.

Points could be flying all over the place for the Detroit Lions and the Washington Redskins, as two of the young gun quarterbacks in the league in QB Matthew Stafford and QB Robert Griffin III do battle with one another. Washington badly needs to a win to get out of that 0-2 rut that we spoke of earlier, and it is -1 to get that donut out of the win column. The Miami Dolphins are also -3 at home against the Atlanta Falcons in one of the bigger games of the day in the 4:00 ET hour, while another AFC East team, the New York Jets are -1 at home against the Buffalo Bills in another of the late games.

However, what we are seeing this week as well is the fact that a lot of teams are on the road and laying just a small number of points as well. Generally speaking, that’s bad news for the road teams, but in this case, there are a lot of those roadies that seem to perhaps be sharper plays than normal due to the fact that the teams that are at home are darn good.


They all also have something in common this week as well. All three teams that are home underdogs are from the AFC North. The Pittsburgh Steelers are playing on Sunday Night Football against the Chicago Bears and are +2.5 at home. The Cincinnati Bengals are getting 2.5 from the Green Bay Packers at Paul Brown Stadium. And finally, the Houston Texans are -2.5 at the Baltimore Ravens. Of course, in the AFC North, all of the teams are still in the thick of the fight, though Pittsburgh clearly looks the part of the worst of the three teams. Cincinnati looks the best of the bunch, but it probably has the toughest game this week against the Pack, who have a history of going on the road and winning these big games… as long as they don’t come against teams from the NFC West…

The New Orleans Saints and New England Patriots are both laying a touchdown this week against the Arizona Cardinals and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers respectively. If either one of those two favored teams lose this week, there could be some real questions to answer, especially if it is New England losing at home to a completely dysfunctional Tampa Bay outfit. In middlng games, the Dallas Cowboys are -3.5 against the St. Louis Rams, and the Minnesota Vikings are -5.5 at home against the Cleveland Browns in the other battle of 0-2 teams.

What’s left on the docket that has yet to be discussed are all games that figure to be blowouts when push comes to shove, and they’re all games that are going to be played later on in the day on Sunday and on Monday.

In the 4:00 ET hour on Sunday, the Indianapolis Colts head West to take on the San Francisco 49ers. Head Coach Jim Harbaugh is going to be battling it out with the team that he put on his shoulders in the playoffs time and time again to earn himself the moniker of “Captain Comeback.” His Niners are giving 10 in this one, but we know that QB Andrew Luck has the ability to win this game if he can play at his best.

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Meanwhile, the last two games that we have yet to talk about are the two biggest NFL point spreads that we have seen all season long. The Denver Broncos are -14.5 on Monday Night Football at home against the Oakland Raiders, while the Seattle Seahawks are -19.5 at home against the Jacksonville Jaguars. If Seattle can creep up to -20 in this game, it will be just the 10th time since 1985 that a team is favored by at least 20 points in a game, and a good chunk of the rest of those times belonged to the undefeated New England team that went 18-0 before losing in the Super Bowl to the Giants.

‘Totals’ have taken a bit of a step back this week. There is only one game lined in the 50s, and that’s the Thursday nighter between the Chiefs and Eagles. The number to beat is 50.5, which is the lowest ‘total’ thus far this year in a Philly game. We have to remember though, that the Chiefs have played two games that have come nowhere near the ‘total’, and if there is a man that knows all of the quirks of all of those high-flying players on offense, it’s Coach Reid.

There are some low ones this week as well, though none are lower than the 39 on the board between the Jets and the Bills, something that is to be expected from two teams that have two rookie quarterbacks under center. The Bears and Steelers are only featuring a ‘total’ of 40, while the Jags and Seahawks are lined at just 40.5. Jacksonville’s implied team total is just 10.5, which is the lowest number that we have seen on the board for any team this year.

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Week 3 NFL Pointspreads for Thursday, September 19th
301 Kansas City Chiefs +3
302 Philadelphia Eagles -3
Over/Under 50.5

Week 3 NFL Spreads for Sunday, September 22nd (1:00 ET Kickoffs)
391 San Diego Chargers +3
392 Tennessee Titans -3
Over/Under 44

393 Cleveland Browns +5.5
394 Minnesota Vikings -5.5
Over/Under 40.5

395 Tampa Bay Buccaneers +7
396 New England Patriots -7
Over/Under 44

397 Houston Texans -2.5
398 Baltimore Ravens +2.5
Over/Under 45

399 St. Louis Rams +3.5
400 Dallas Cowboys -3.5
Over/Under 47

401 Arizona Cardinals +7
402 New Orleans Saints -7
Over/Under 48.5

403 Detroit Lions +1
404 Washington Redskins -1
Over/Under 49

405 Green Bay Packers -2.5
406 Cincinnati Bengals +2.5
Over/Under 48.5

407 New York Giants +1
408 Carolina Panthers -1
Over/Under 45.5

NFL Week 3 Betting Lines for Sunday, September 22nd (4:00 ET Kickoffs)
409 Atlanta Falcons +3
410 Miami Dolphins -3
Over/Under 44

411 Indianapolis Colts +10
412 San Francisco 49ers -10
Over/Under 46

413 Jacksonville Jaguars +19.5
414 Seattle Seahawks -19.5
Over/Under 40.5

415 Buffalo Bills +1
416 New York Jets -1
Over/Under 39

Sunday Night Football Week 3 Odds for Sunday, September 22nd
417 Chicago Bears -2.5
418 Pittsburgh Steelers +2.5
Over/Under 40

Monday Night Football Week 3 Lines for Monday, September 23rd
419 Oakland Raiders +14.5
420 Denver Broncos -14.5
Over/Under 49