Other than 2 games, Chicago Bears vs. Minnesota Vikings and Denver Broncos vs. Jacksonville Jaguars, we are looking at 12 out of 14 games with a clear-cut favorite against an underdog.
Taking the underdog is risky of course but, on the other hand, it may be worth a shot for a big payout.
Fresh off an upset result on Thursday Night Football, when the “dogs” Eagles beat the favorite Packers at Lambeau field, let’s look at your best chances for a big payout.
Favorites in bold.
(-7) Patriots @ Bills
Sounds crazy, but the Bills could be the way to go. NE has looked great but they have played against 3 teams combining for a (0-9) record. Don’t forget: Buffalo is (3-0) and playing at home.
Titans @ Falcons (-4)
Atlanta is the favorite but Tennessee could be in for a road win. The Falcons have started this season up and down. Even though, the dirty birds play better at home, the Titans should rebound from a very poor outing last week.
(-6) Chiefs @ Lions
Upset special. KC is looking great but Detroit is the biggest surprise of the season so far. The Lions are at home and the Chiefs are banged up. Could be a great payout here, particularly with the point spread at 6.
Panthers @ Texans (-4)
This is too close to call the Texans a clear-cut favorite.
Browns @ Ravens (-7)
No chance. Ravens win.
(-15) Chargers @ Dolphins
No chance. Chargers win.
Bucs @ Rams (-9.5)
No chance. Rams win.
Raiders @ Colts (-6.5)
No chance. Colts win.
3 Divisional games where betting can be complicated.
(-3) Giants @ Redskins
(-6) Seahawks @ Cardinals
Bengals @ Steelers (-4)
Sunday Night Special
(-3) Cowboys @ Saints
The Boys’ are the (3-0), favorite, and the Saints are missing Drew Brees. Yes but…. New Orleans is still a very good team and Dallas is getting its first real test of the season. Miami, Washington and the NY Giants aren't exactly great teams.