Thursday Night: (-2.5) Indianapolis Colts at Houston Texans
A Thursday game will actually be competitive.
(-7.5) Denver Broncos at New York Jets
Peyton Manning will chuck for 400 yards again.
Pittsburgh Steelers at Cleveland Browns (-2)
Ben Tate will rush for more yards than Le’Veon Bell.
Jacksonville Jaguars at Tennessee Titans (-6)
There will be a 40+ yard touchdown by both teams.
Chicago Bears at Atlanta Falcons (-3)
Both QBs will throw for over 300 yards.
(-3.5) Green Bay Packers at Miami Dolphins
This game will come down to the wire.
(-3) Detroit Lions at Minnesota Vikings
There will not be a 100 yard rusher or receiver.
Carolina Panthers at Cincinnati Bengals (-6.5)
There will be more field goals than touchdowns.
(-3) New England Patriots at Buffalo Bills
No team scores more than 24 points.
(-3) Baltimore Ravens at Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Both QBs will toss an interception.
(-7) San Diego Chargers at Oakland Raiders
Someone will rush for 100 yards.
Dallas Cowboys at Seattle Seahawks (-8.5)
Percy Harvin will cross the endzone for a touchdown and there won’t be a penalty on the play.
Washington Redskins at Arizona Cardinals (-3)
The head coaches are offensive gurus and both lost to a team that played in last year’s Super Bowl, the winner escapes with a field goal.
Sunday Night: New York Giants at Philadelphia Eagles (-2.5)
Philly will score another return touchdown in prime time.
Monday Night: (-3.5) San Francisco 49ers at St. Louis Rams
QB Austin Davis will lead the Rams to a big division win in prime time.
Kansas City Chiefs, New Orleans Saints