- BetOnline has NFL Week 9 lines, spreads and over/unders for every game on the Sunday slate
- Von Miller heads to the Rams in a trade with the Broncos
- Lamar Jackson and Ravens look to bounce back from loss to Bengals against Vikings
As the NFL enters Week 9 and with the trade deadline in the rearview mirror, this weekend we’ll see how the Broncos and Rams fared in the Von Miller trade, how Mike White looks in his second start with the Jets, how the Packers will fare without Aaron Rodgers and if there will be any changes to the Super Bowl odds favorites.
NFL Week 9 – Sunday Slate
|Spread||Momey Line||Total Points|
|Houston Texans||+6½ (-105)||+237||Ov 46 (-107)|
|Miami Dolphins||-6½ (-109)||-282||Un 46 (-113)|
|Denver Broncos||+10 (-122)||+345||Ov 49.5 (-105)|
|Dallas Cowboys||-10 (+102)||-425||Un 49.5 (-115)|
|Minnesota Vikings||+6 (-108)||+220||Ov 49.5 (-112)|
|Baltimore Ravens||-6 (-112)||-260||Un 49.5 (-108)|
|New England Patriots||+3½ (-110)||-182||Ov 41 (-108)|
|Carolina Panthers||-3½ (-110)||+162||Un 41 (-112)|
|Buffalo Bills||-14½ (-105)||-1050||Ov 48.5 (-110)|
|Jacksonsville Jaguars||+14½ (-115)||+675||Un 48.5 (-110)|
|Cleveland Browns||+1 (+107)||+115||Ov 47 (-115)|
|Cincinnati Bengals||-1 (-127)||-135||Un 47 (-105)|
|Las Vegas Raiders||-2½ (-120)||-155||Ov 46.5 (-105)|
|New York Giants||-2½ (+100)||+135||Un 46.5 (-115)|
|Atlanta Falcons||+6 (-115)||+215||Ov 41.5 (-105)|
|New Orleans Saints||-6 (-105)||-255||Un 41.5 (-115)|
|Los Angeles Chargers||-1 (-125)||-130||Ov 50 (-110)|
|Philadelphia Eagles||+1 (+105)||+110||Un 50 (-110)|
|Green Bay Packers||+7½ (-105)||+280||Ov 48.5 (-110)|
|Kansas City Chiefs||-7½ (-115)||-350||Un 48.5 (-110)|
|Arizona Cardinals||pk (-123)||Ov 46 (-110)|
|San Francisco 49ers||pk (+103)||Un 46 (-110)|
|Tennessee Titans||+8 (-117)||+285||Ov 53.5 (-110)|
|Los Angeles Rams||-8 (-103)||-355||Un 53.5 (-110)|
Saints (-6.0) over Falcons
The Saints alternated wins and losses through the first five weeks of the 2021 NFL season (3-2). New Orleans went into the bye week on a 33-22 win over Washington and they are 2-0 after the bye, beating Seattle 13-10 and Tampa Bay 36-27. The Saints face the Atlanta Falcons (3-4), who are coming off a 19-13 loss to the Carolina Panthers.
Expect the favored Saints, who are on a 6-1 run against the Falcons to cover the spread on Sunday. The Saints have averaged 25.1 points per game this year while giving up 18.3. The Falcons are averaging 21.1 points for and 27.9 against.
The Saints should cover even without Jameis Winston on the field.
Ravens (-6.0) over Vikings
The Ravens bye week came after a 41-17 defeat at the hands of the Cincinnati Bengals. That loss ended a five-game winning streak for the Ravens. They return from the week off at home against the Minnesota Vikings, who are coming off a 20-16 loss to the Dallas Cowboys.
It's week to week don't forget 😂😂 pic.twitter.com/TvdZSEyaUj
— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) November 3, 2021
This is a good game for the Ravens to get their feet back under them. The Vikings have not been good at defending the run and the team lost pass rusher Danielle Hunter, neither of those things bode well for the Vikings against a player like Lamar Jackson.
Cowboys (-10) over Broncos
The Cowboys are coming off a victory over the Vikings and they won that game with backup quarterback Cooper Rush on the field. It looks like Dak Prescott will be on the field for Dallas this week.
The Broncos have lost by the following number of points this season: 16, 8, 10, 3. I expect if Prescott plays the Cowboys will cover the double digit spread in this one as the Dallas defense has been sound and the Denver offense has struggled.
Rams (-8) over Titans
The Titans lost Derrick Henry to surgery this week. Henry has 937 rushing yards this season, which is close to 300 yards more than the No. 2 ranked Jonathan Taylor. Losing Henry, who has 10 touchdowns for the Titans, is going to hurt the 6-2 Titans.
Ryan Tannehill talks Derrick Henry, Adrian Peterson and what's next for the Titans
"We have to keep moving forward as a team, as an offense, and find a way to continue to play our football and play good." 📰 » https://t.co/SbrakW0mZk
— Tennessee Titans (@Titans) November 4, 2021
Expect the Rams, who have the No. 4 ranked passing game in the NFL to take advantage of the 24th-ranked passing defense.
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