NFL Week 1 Odds: Current Point Spreads, Moneylines, And Totals


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The 2023-24 NFL season kicks into high gear with a full slate of Week 1 games on Sunday, including the Green Bay Packers hitting the road to face the rival Chicago Bears, who are one-point favorites at home.

Other potentially tight matchups to open the NFL season include the Cincinnati Bengals as one-point favorites at the Cleveland Browns and the Buffalo Bills as 2-point road favorites against the New York Jets on Monday Night Football.

Every NFL team will be in action during Week 1, and sportsbooks have released betting odds on every game.

Read below for a look at Week 1 odds at the best NFL betting sites, including spreads, moneylines, and point totals.

NFL Week 1 odds: Best available point spreads, moneylines, totals

DateMatchupSpreadMoneylineOver/Under
Sunday, Sept. 10,
1 p.m. ET
Bengals
@ Browns


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Sunday, Sept. 10,
1 p.m. ET
Texans
@ Ravens


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Sunday, Sept. 10,
1 p.m. ET
Buccaneers
@ Vikings


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Sunday, Sept. 10,
1 p.m. ET
Panthers
@ Falcons


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Sunday,
Sept. 10,
1 p.m. ET
Cardinals
@ Commanders


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Sunday, Sept. 10,
1 p.m. ET
49ers
@ Steelers


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Sunday, Sept. 10,
1 p.m. ET
Jaguars
@ Colts


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Sunday,
Sept 10,
1 p.m. ET
Titans
@ Saints


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Sunday, Sept. 10,
4:25 p.m. ET
Rams
@ Seahawks


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Sunday, Sept. 10,
4:25 p.m. ET
Dolphins
@ Chargers


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Sunday, Sept. 10,
4:25 p.m. ET
Raiders
@ Broncos


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Sunday, Sept. 10,
4:25 p.m. ET
Eagles
@ Patriots


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Sunday, Sept. 10,
4:25 p.m. ET
Packers
@ Bears


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Sunday, Sept. 10,
8:20 p.m. ET
Cowboys
@ Giants


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Monday, Sept. 11,
8:15 p.m. ET
Bills
@ Jets


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NFL JAGUARS VS. BROWNS
Cooper Over 59.5 Receiving Yards & TD
+550
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NFL PACKERS VS. GIANTS
Doubs & Reed Each Score TD
+950
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NFL CANT TEACH SPEED BOOST
Achane & Mostert Each Score TD
+400
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NFL FEED THE KING
Henry Over 69.5 Rush Yards & TD
+375
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NFL TITANS VS. DOLPHINS
Tagovailoa Over 299.5 Pass Yards & Over 2.5 Pass TDs
+325
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NFL EAGLES VS. COWBOYS
Lamb Over 109.5 Receiving Yards & TD
+275
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NFL EAGLES
Hurts Over 39.5 Rush Yards & Rush TD
+170
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NFL THE DAK KNIGHT
Prescott Over 299.5 Pass Yards & Over 2.5 Pass TDs
+275
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NFL WHO DAT BOOST
Carr Over 249.5 Pass Yards & Over 1.5 Pass TDs
+450
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NFL JETS WIN, ZACH WILSON PASS YARDS
Jets Win & Wilson Over 199.5 Pass Yards
+475
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NFL BILLS VS. CHIEFS
Diggs Over 89.5 Receiving Yards & TD
+325
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NFL VIKINGS VS. RAIDERS
Jefferson Over 89.5 Receiving Yards & TD
+375
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NFL DYNAMIC DUO BOOST
Samuel & Aiyuk Each Score TD
+525
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NFL BRONCOS VS. CHARGERS
Sutton Over 69.5 Receiving Yards & TD
+400
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NFL TWO HEADED MONSTER
Adams Over 69.5 Receiving Yards & Jacobs Over 69.5 Rush Yards
+300
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NFL PITTMAN PARTY
Pittman Jr. Over 7.5 Receptions & TD
+450
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NFL DANGER-RUSS BOOST
Broncos Win & Wilson Over 224.5 Pass Yards
+400
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NFL ACTION JACKSON
Jackson Over 224.5 Pass Yards & Over 39.5 Rush Yards
+350
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NFL NEXT LEVEL TALENT
Mahomes & Allen Each Record Completion Over 39.5 Yards
+425
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NFL FIELD DAY
Fields Over 199.5 Pass Yards & Over 59.5 Rush Yards
+300
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NFL Week 1 matchups and odds

Cincinnati Bengals at Cleveland Browns
Sunday, 1 p.m. ET

The Cincinnati Bengals are the favorites to win the AFC North for the third consecutive time this season. They went all the way to the AFC championship game last year, but an early training camp injury to quarterback Joe Burrow isn’t the way the team wanted to start off heading into a season where expectations will be high. Burrow was scheduled to return to practice just prior to Week 1.

The Cleveland Browns finished last in the AFC North last season and are projected to do only slight better this year. After a 7-10 record in a tough division, the Browns will be looking to get more out of Deshaun Watson in his first full campaign with the team after sitting out much of last season due to a suspension.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Minnesota Vikings
Sunday, 1 p.m. ET

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers won the NFC South with a losing record last season, but they enter this year as the biggest long shot to repeat as division winners. With Tom Brady lost to retirement, Baker Mayfield is slated to be the starting quarterback as the season’s opening week approaches. Even in the relatively weak NFC South, the team is getting slight underdog odds to win seven or more games.

The Minnesota Vikings won the NFC North last season before exiting the playoffs in the wild card round. This year, they enter at even odds with the Bears for the second spot in the division and are looking to improve a defense that was among the worst in the league in points allowed per game.

Carolina Panthers at Atlanta Falcons
Sunday, 1 p.m. ET

The Carolina Panthers finished second in the NFC South with a 7-10 record, and the odds have them projected to finish third this season. They traded up to get quarterback Bryce Young with this year’s top draft choice, though it’s unclear whether he’ll be the Week 1 starter.

The Atlanta Falcons have finished in the bottom half of the NFC South for the past three seasons, but there’s hope for some incremental improvement this year. The team thinks it found a good fit in drafting running back Bijan Robinson. Atlanta was in the bottom half of the league in yards per game last season.

Arizona Cardinals at Washington Commanders
Sunday, 1 p.m. ET

The Arizona Cardinals were one of the worst teams in the league last season, and begin this season as the top favorite to end with the fewest wins. Kyler Murray is returning from a torn ACL, and he’ll be playing under a new coaching staff led by head coach Jonathan Gannon, who’s in his first head coaching role. Even the GM is a new face in Arizona, but hopes aren’t high that all this change will lead to immediate success.

The Washington Commanders have had an offseason full of forced shakeups, as owner Dan Snyder was forced to sell the team while under a growing cloud of scrutiny and criticism. It’s still unclear what the change of ownership will mean for the organization as a whole, but there are some pieces in play that could help the Commanders find success. Quarterback Sam Howell will get to reunite with UNC teammate Dyami Brown. They’ll have the benefit of offensive coordinator Eric Bienemy’s knowledge, as he joins the coaching staff on the heels of a Super Bowl win with the Chiefs.

San Francisco 49ers at Pittsburgh Steelers
Sunday, 1 p.m. ET

The San Francisco 49ers are favorites to once again win the NFC West, and are also among the favorites to win the conference after making it to the NFC title game last season. Brock Purdy is expected to have the starting job to himself at the beginning of this season. The 49ers had the best defense in the league in terms of both total yards and points allowed per game, and finally inked a contract extension with star edge rusher Nick Bosa just prior to the start of the season.

The Pittsburgh Steelers are the heaviest underdog to win the AFC North this season. The offense averaged just 18.1 points per game last year, though the team is hopeful that quarterback Kenny Pickett will have a big year in 2023. Pittsburgh had a particularly strong draft under GM Omar Khan in his first year with the Steelers.

Jacksonville Jaguars at Indianapolis Colts
Sunday, 1 p.m. ET

The Jacksonville Jaguars opened as sizable favorites to win the AFC South for a second straight year. The team will be expecting a lot out of Trevor Lawrence after he showed steady growth throughout last season. Jacksonville traded down in this year’s draft and still picked up one of the higher-rated offensive linemen in Anton Harrison.

The Indianapolis Colts struggled through a turbulent season last year and are projected to once again end up in the bottom half of the division. The Colts will have a new head coach in Shane Steichen, but the team has a lot to improve on after finishing last season with the worst turnover differential in the league.

Tennessee Titans at New Orleans Saints
Sunday, 1 p.m. ET

The Tennessee Titans made some big offseason moves, most notably picking up star receiver DeAndre Hopkins. He’ll join a crowded receiver group where second-year man Treylon Burks has begun to come into his own. Tennessee will also be hoping that rookie running back Tyjae Spears can get up to speed soon enough to help take some of the burden off workhorse Derrick Henry this season.

The New Orleans Saints have prioritized improvements on the offensive side of the ball, and are hoping veteran quarterback Derek Carr will find new life with a new team. Defensive standouts like Tyrann Mathieu and Cameron Jordan will be players the Saints continue to lean on, but a lot still depends on how the offense fares with a new face under center after a disappointing 7-10 season in which the team was 22nd overall in scoring.

Los Angeles Rams at Seattle Seahawks
Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ET

The Los Angeles Rams may be only two years removed from their Super Bowl win, but they’re again projected to finish in the bottom half of the NFC West after ending up third in the division last year. There’s hope for improvement if quarterback Matthew Stafford can stay healthy. The Rams are also coming away with 14 picks from the 2023 draft, though no first-rounder due to the trade to acquire Stafford.

The Seattle Seahawks finished second in the NFC West last season and are projected to end up in about the same spot this year. The team re-signed quarterback Geno Smith in the offseason and bolstered the offensive line in this year’s draft. Seattle had a top 10 offense in terms of points per game last season, but it was in the bottom half of the league defensively.

Green Bay Packers at Chicago Bears
Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ET

The Green Bay Packers will begin the season as the heaviest underdog in the NFC North. Traveling to Chicago to open the season at Soldier Field could be something of a trial by fire for quarterback Jordan Love. Green Bay has won the last eight meetings between the two teams, and 23 of the last 26.

The Chicago Bears begin this season after finishing with the worst record in the NFL last year. But with a talented quarterback in Justin Fields, Chicago opted to trade away its top spot in this year’s draft. The Bears led the league in rushing yards per game last season, in no small part because of Fields’ tendency to pull the ball down and take off with it.

Philadelphia Eagles at New England Patriots
Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ET

The Philadelphia Eagles enter this season as the reigning NFC champs and as favorites to repeat in that category. Jalen Hurts is once again expected to be one of the top quarterbacks in the league. The Philadelphia defense allowed the NFL’s second-fewest total yards per game last season.

The New England Patriots are the biggest long shot to win the AFC East this season. Last year was a disappointing one for the Patriots, as they finished with a losing record and missed the playoffs for the second time in three seasons.

Miami Dolphins at Los Angeles Chargers
Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ET

The Miami Dolphins finished 9-8 last season and made the playoffs for the first time since 2016, losing in the wild card round. Still, it was a significant improvement for a team that dealt with injury woes that kept quarterback Tua Tagovailoa out for much of the season. The team is expecting a big season out of star receiver Jaylen Waddle, who left a joint practice early with an apparent injury to his midsection.

The Los Angeles Chargers go into this season with higher expectations than usual after making the playoffs for the first time since 2018 last time around. While still considerably behind the Chiefs in the odds to win the AFC West, the Chargers could end up as the division’s second-best team, especially after exercising the option on Justin Herbert’s contract to keep him at quarterback.

Las Vegas Raiders at Denver Broncos
Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ET

The Las Vegas Raiders are the biggest long shot to win the AFC West, and by a considerable margin. The Raiders were in the bottom five last season in yards allowed per game and will start this season on the road in one of the tougher places to play in the division.

The Denver Broncos had a dismal year last season, but they begin this one with renewed optimism and a new head coach in Sean Payton. The five draft picks that Denver had to work with this year were the fewest since 2007.

Dallas Cowboys at New York Giants
Sunday, 8:20 p.m. ET

The Dallas Cowboys are favorites to make the playoffs again this season, and they aren’t far behind the Eagles as far as odds to win the NFC East. Dak Prescott struggled some with turnovers last season, but the Cowboys finished in the top four in points per game, with 27.5.

The New York Giants are projected to finish in the bottom half of the division, with slight underdog odds to make the playoffs. The team finished 9-7-1 last season and won a wild card game in the postseason, but it was in the bottom third of the league in passing yards per game, though there’s some reason for optimism in quarterback Daniel Jones’ third season with the team.

Buffalo Bills at New York Jets
Monday, 8:15 p.m. ET

The Buffalo Bills are favorites to win the AFC East for a fourth consecutive season. While Buffalo’s postseason was a bit of a disappointment, there are big expectations for quarterback Josh Allen and an offense that was second in the league in yards per game last season.

The New York Jets will begin the season with a lot of attention on new acquisition Aaron Rodgers at quarterback. The Jets averaged just 219 yards per game through the air last season, and they gave up several draft picks to get Rodgers from the Green Bay Packers in the offseason.

Detroit Lions at Kansas City Chiefs
Thursday, 8:20 p.m. ET

The Detroit Lions began this season in the unfamiliar position of division favorites. After a strong second half last season, the team that was once a perennial basement-dweller in the NFC North is now the odds-on favorite to be the division’s best team. Expectations were high for defensive end Aidan Hutchinson’s second year, as well as for an offense that averaged 380 yards per game — fourth-best in the league — last season.

The Kansas City Chiefs came in as the defending Super Bowl champs and are early favorites to win it all again this season. With most of the core group returning, including quarterback Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City is once again the favorite to be the top team in the AFC West. The Chiefs weree without tight end Travis Kelce in the opener due to a knee injury suffered in practice this week.

The Detroit Lions finished off the Kansas City Chiefs week 1 in a 21-20 final.

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