NFL Week 3 Odds: Current Point Spreads, Moneylines, And Totals


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Teams are looking ahead to Week 3 of the NFL season, and top online sportsbooks have already released betting odds on every upcoming game. The third week of play in the NFL brings some intriguing matchups, such as the Minnesota Vikings hosting the Los Angeles Chargers just days after trading for RB Cam Akers in a bid to improve the Minnesota running game.

In AFC action, the underdog Tennessee Titans hit the road to face a Cleveland Browns team that will be without RB Nick Chubb for the rest of the season due to a knee injury suffered on Monday night. On Sunday Night Football, the Pittsburgh Steelers travel to take on a Las Vegas Raiders team that’s had key receivers knocked out of games with concussions on consecutive weeks.

On Thursday Night Football this week, the San Francisco 49ers covered the spread with a 30-12 home victory against the New York Giants. Below, you’ll find the latest odds, point spreads, and more for every upcoming NFL game scheduled for Week 3 of the regular season.

NFL Week 3 odds: Best available point spreads, moneylines, and totals

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Sunday,
Sept. 24,
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Falcons
@ Lions


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Seahawks
@ Lions




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Chargers
@ Vikings



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Saints
@ Packers





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Sept. 24,
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Texans
@ Jaguars


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Broncos
@ Dolphins



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Sept. 24,
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Titans
@ Browns


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Bills
@ Commanders



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Colts
@ Ravens


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Sept. 24,
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Patriots
@ Jets



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Panthers
@ Seahawks


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Sept. 24,
4:25 p.m.
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Bears
@ Chiefs


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Sept. 24,
4:25 p.m.
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Cowboys
@ Cardinals




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Sept. 24,
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Steelers
@ Raiders


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Sept. 25,
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Eagles
@ Buccaneers


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Sept. 25,
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Rams
@ Bengals


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NFL Week 3 matchups and odds


Atlanta Falcons at Detroit Lions
Sunday, 1 p.m. ET

The Atlanta Falcons are off to a 2-0 start after a 25-24 win over the Packers at home on Sunday. Rookie RB Bijan Robinson showed why the team used a first-round draft pick on him this year, running for 124 yards on 19 carries, while adding another 48 yards receiving. QB Desmond Ridder threw for 237 yards and one TD with one interception, but also ran for another score. The Falcons didn’t report any injuries from the game, but RB Cordarrelle Patterson missed his second straight after earlier reports indicated that he was nearing a return.

The Detroit Lions lost a heartbreaker at home in overtime against the Seahawks, 37-31. Jared Goff had 323 yards passing with three TDs and one interception, but Detroit lost two costly fumbles for a total of three turnovers in the game. RB David Montgomery led the Lions in rushing with 67 yards on 16 carries, but was carted off the field with an injury in the fourth quarter. Early indications are that he could miss at least this week’s game and possibly more. The team has moved RB Zonovan Knight up from the practice squad. Injuries are taking a toll on defense as well, as the club placed both C.J. Gardner-Johnson and Justin Houston on IR this week.

Los Angeles Chargers at Minnesota Vikings
Sunday, 1 p.m. ET

The Los Angeles Chargers lost 27-24 in overtime on the road against the Titans, and the team is off to its first 0-2 start since 2017. Justin Herbert threw for 305 yards with two TDs, but came up short in overtime with three straight incompletions after the Chargers won the coin toss to start with the ball in the extra period. It was the only three-and-out series of the game for Los Angeles, and it cost them. The Chargers managed only 61 rushing yards and went 2-for-14 on third-down conversions. RB Austin Ekeler missed the game with an ankle injury and did not practice on Wednesday this week. Ekeler is listed as questionable for Week 3 and there’s no clear timeline for his return as of yet.

The Minnesota Vikings lost 34-28 on Thursday Night Football in a road game against the Eagles. Kirk Cousins threw for 464 yards and four TDs, but the Vikings were plagued by turnovers, coughing up four fumbles in the game. The Minnesota offensive line has taken multiple hits in the first two weeks, with LT Olisaemeka Udoh carted off the field in Week 2. This week the team trading two draft picks to the Rams to acquire RB Cam Akers. The Minnesota running game has been a non-factor through two games, averaging 34.5 yards per game, the lowest in the NFL.

New Orleans Saints at Green Bay Packers
Sunday, 1 p.m. ET

The New Orleans Saints are off to a 2-0 start for the first time since 2013 after a 20-17 road win over the Carolina Panthers on Monday night. Derek Carr threw for 228 yards with one interception, while WR Chris Olave continued to come up big in the receiving game, hauling in six passes for 86 yards. The Saints defense held the Panthers to 239 yards of total offense in the game, and the team currently has the fourth-best defense in the league, allowing just 262 yards per game. RB Jamaal Williams left the game and did not return. He was replaced by Tony Jones Jr., who had been previously elevated from the practice squad.

The Green Bay Packers lost a close one on the road against the Falcons, 25-24. Jordan Love threw for three TDs and 151 yards, and the Packers didn’t turn the ball over at all. Still, Green Bay gained just 224 total yards while giving up 446 yards in the loss. The Packers came in missing several starters on offense, including RB Aaron Jones, and lost another when G Elgton Jenkins suffered a knee injury in the first half. He will undergo an MRI as part of further evaluation.

Houston Texans at Jacksonville Jaguars
Sunday, 1 p.m. ET

The Houston Texans lost their second straight game to start the season 0-2, going down 31-20 at home against the Colts. Rookie QB C.J. Stroud threw for 384 yards with two touchdowns in an improvement on his first NFL start last week. But the Texans lost a costly fumble early and gave up 28 points in the first half, which proved too much to overcome. S Eric Murray was knocked out of the game early with a concussion. His status for Week 3 isn’t yet known. CB Tavierre Thomas suffered a broken hand and is headed for surgery.

The Jacksonville Jaguars lost 17-9 at home against the Chiefs on Sunday. The Jaguars couldn’t capitalize on red zone opportunities and it cost them in this close game. Trevor Lawrence went 22-of-41 and had 216 yards through the air, but Jacksonville was kept out of the end zone all day. WR Zay Jones is considered day-to-day after suffering a knee injury during the game.

Denver Broncos at Miami Dolphins
Sunday, 1 p.m. ET

The Denver Broncos came up just short at home on Sunday, losing 35-33 on a failed two-point conversion with no time left on the clock. The Broncos jumped out to an early 14-3 lead in the first quarter, and Russell Wilson threw for 308 yards with three TDs and one interception in the game, along with 55 yards rushing. But the Commanders came up big in the second half and Denver couldn’t convert on the conversion to tie it even after WR Brandon Johnson caught his second TD of the day with time expired. S Kareem Jackson was ejected for a helmet-to-helmet hit that left Commanders TE Logan Thomas with a concussion. This comes one week after Jackson was fined for a hit that concussed Raiders WR Jakobi Meyers.

The Miami Dolphins are 2-0 after beating the Patriots 24-17 on the road on Sunday Night Football. Tua Tagovailoa improved to 5-0 lifetime against New England, throwing for 249 yards with one TD and one interception. Raheem Mostert ran for two scores and 121 yards on 18 carries. WR Jaylen Waddle was hit hard late in the game and immediately evaluated for a concussion. He did not return, and his status for Week 3 isn’t yet clear. RB Salvon Ahmed also left the game with an apparent groin injury.

Tennessee Titans at Cleveland Browns
Sunday, 1 p.m. ET

The Tennesse Titans picked up a 27-24 overtime victory at home against the Chargers on Sunday, giving the team its first win since last November. Ryan Tannehill rebounded from a rough start in Week 1 to throw for 246 yards with one TD through the air, and another on the ground. The Titans didn’t turn the ball over at all, and RB Derrick Henry gained 80 yards rushing with one rushing TD. TE Chig Okonkwo was briefly knocked out of the game, but did return and isn’t expected to miss time in Week 3.

The Cleveland Browns lost RB Nick Chubb to a likely season-ending knee injury in a 26-22 road loss to the Steelers on Monday Night Football. Deshaun Watson threw for 235 yards with one TD and one interception, but also gave up a costly fumble that was returned for a touchdown. Chubb, the team’s leading rusher last season and a four-time Pro Bowler, had to be carted off the field in the second quarter. Jerome Ford took over running back duty and rushed for 106 yards on 16 carries in the loss. He’s expected to be the featured back moving forward, but the team has re-signed free agent RB Kareem Hunt, reportedly on a one-year deal.

Buffalo Bills at Washington Commanders
Sunday, 1 p.m. ET

The Buffalo Bills got their first win of the season at home against the Raiders with a 38-10 score on Sunday. Josh Allen rebounded from a poor performance in Week 1 to throw for 274 yards and three touchdowns. James Cook ran for 123 yards on 17 carries, averaging 7.2 yards per carry on the day. After struggling with turnovers in last week’s loss, the Bills didn’t give the ball away once in this win. S Micah Hyde and DE Leonard Floyd suffered injuries during the game, but it’s unclear what the status of either will be for Week 3.

The Washington Commanders held on to complete comeback win over the Broncos on Sunday, winning 35-33 on the road to improve to 2-0. Sam Howell threw for 299 yards and two TDs. Brian Robinson Jr. rushed for 87 yards and two scores, and the Commanders didn’t turn the ball over once. Commanders TE Logan Thomas left the game with a concussion after a helmet-to-helmet hit that resulted in the ejection of Broncos S Kareem Jackson. His status for Week 3 isn’t yet clear.

Indianapolis Colts at Baltimore Ravens
Sunday, 1 p.m. ET

The Indianapolis Colts got their first win of the season with a 30-21 victory over the Texans, but may have lost QB Anthony Richardson in the process. Robinson threw for 56 yards and ran for two TDs before leaving the game in the first half to be evaluated in the medical tent. Richardson did not return, and the Colts scored only three points in the second half. Gardner Minshew took over under center and finished with 171 yards and one TD. C Ryan Kelly also left the game with a concussion and did not return.

The Baltimore Ravens held on for a 27-24 win on the road over the Bengals on Sunday, and are now 2-0 to start the season. Without J.K. Dobbins, who is done for the year with an Achilles tear, QB Lamar Jackson shouldered more of the offensive load, throwing for 237 yards with two TDs and running for another 54 yards. Still, injuries continue to hound the Ravens, as WR Odell Beckham Jr. left the game with an ankle issue and did not return. Coach Jim Harbaugh said after the game that he didn’t expect the injury to be a serious one.

New England Patriots at New York Jets
Sunday, 1 p.m. ET

The New England Patriots dropped a second straight game at home on Sunday night, going down 24-17 to the Dolphins. It’s the first 0-2 start for the team since 2001, when coach Bill Belichick was in his second year with the team. Mac Jones threw for 231 yards with one TD and one interception in the loss. The Patriots committed two turnovers, including a costly one to set up a Miami touchdown, and allowed four sacks. New England came into the game with a battered offensive line, and CB Marcus Jones also went down in this game, coming off the field with a shoulder injury following a tackle. His status for Week 3 should become more clear soon.

The New York Jets came up empty in the second half and fell 30-10 on the road against the Cowboys on Sunday. With QB Aaron Rodgers out for the season, Zach Wilson continued to fill in under center and finished the day with 170 yards and a score, but was picked off three times. All told, the Jets committed four turnovers and committed on only one of 10 third downs. S Tony Adams and LB Quincy Williams are both dealing with injuries after the loss.

Carolina Panthers at Seattle Seahawks
Sunday, 4:05 p.m. ET

The Carolina Panthers went down 20-17 against the Saints at home on Monday night. Rookie QB Bryce Young continued to struggle in the game and has been dealing with an ankle injury this week. Young did not practice on Thursday and is currently listed as doubtful for this week’s road game. Andy Dalton is the team’s backup QB, should Young be unable to play. LB Shaq Thompson left last week’s game with a leg injury that Panthers coach Frank Reich described as “significant,” and has since been added to the IR.

The Seattle Seahawks pulled off an overtime win on the road against the Lions on Sunday, 37-31. Geno Smith threw for 327 yards and two TDs, both to Tyler Lockett, including the game-winner in OT. DK Metcalf led all Seattle receivers with six catches for 75 yards, despite playing with a rib injury. C Evan Brown and CB Riq Woolen went down with injuries during the game and both are listed as questionable. WR D.K. Metcalf suffered a rib injury and is considered day-to-day, but did not practice on Wednesday.

Chicago Bears at Kansas City Chiefs
Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ET

The Chicago Bears are 0-2 after a 27-17 road loss against the Buccaneers on Sunday. Justin Fields threw for 211 yards and one score, but was picked off twice, including one that was returned for a touchdown to doom the Chicago comeback effort. The Bears finished the game missing safeties Jaquan Brisker and Eddie Jackson. Neither man’s status for Week 3 is clear as of yet. WR Darnell Mooney left the game with a knee injury and did not return.

The Kansas City Chiefs bounced back from a loss in the season-opener to beat the Jaguars 17-9 on the road on Sunday. Patrick Mahomes threw for 305 yards and two TDs with one interception. TE Travis Kelce returned to the lineup after missing Week 1 with an injury, and caught a TD before finishing with four catches for 26 yards. RB Isiah Pacheco did not practice on Wednesday due to a hamstring issue and is listed as questionable for this game.

Dallas Cowboys at Arizona Cardinals
Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ET

The Dallas Cowboys are 2-0 after picking up a 30-10 win over the Jets on Sunday. Dak Prescott threw for 255 yards and two TDs, and the Dallas defense shut New York out in the second half while nabbing four takeaways. CeeDee Lamb caught 11 passes for 143 yards, while RB Tony Pollard ran for 72 yards on 25 carries. WR Brandin Cooks may return this week after missing the last game with a knee injury. CB Trevon Diggs suffered a knee injury in practice on Thursday and will undergo an MRI.

The Arizona Cardinals got off to a great start in Week 2, running up a 20-0 lead on the Giants at home, but ultimately crumbled in the second half, losing 31-28 on a late field goal. Joshua Dobbs threw for 209 yards with one score, while James Connor ran for 106 yards and one touchdown. But despite committing zero turnovers and not allowing a single sack all day, the Cardinals let the Giants back into it in the second half, giving up 31 points to drop to 0-2. Arizona has placed S Budda Baker on IR with a hamstring injury.

Pittsburgh Steelers at Las Vegas Raiders
Sunday, 8:20 p.m. ET

The Pittsburgh Steelers beat the Browns at home, 26-22, to pick up their first win of the season. The offense struggled, with QB Kenny Pickett going 15-of-30 for 222 yards and one touchdown with one interception as the Steelers picked up only 55 rushing yards and nine total first downs in the game. But the defense came up big, returning two turnovers for touchdowns to seal the win. WR and kick returner Gunner Olszewski left the game with a concussion and is questionable for Week 3. S Minkah Fitzpatrick left in the second half with an apparent chest injury. His status for Week 3 isn’t yet known.

The Las Vegas Raiders suffered a 38-10 loss on the road against the Bills in Week 2. Jimmy Garoppolo started strong, but got picked off twice and ended with 185 yards and one TD through the air. The Raiders coughed up three turnovers and managed only 55 rushing yards in the game. With Jakobi Meyers in the concussion protocol, WR Davante Adams led Las Vegas receivers with six catches for 84 yards, but left the game with an apparent injury late in the fourth quarter and did not return. His status for Week 3 isn’t yet clear. DE Chandler Jones was placed on the reserve/non-football illness list this week, meaning he’ll miss at least the next four games. Jones has not suited up for the Raiders so far this season amid disputes with team management.

Philadelphia Eagles at Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Monday, 7:15 p.m. ET

The Philadelphia Eagles beat the Vikings 34-28 on Thursday Night Football to give the team a 2-0 start. Jalen Hurts got off to a slow start, but finished with one touchdown through the air and two more on the ground via goaline runs. CB Avonte Maddox and WR Quez Watkins were both injured in the game. Maddox suffered a torn pectoral muscle and is headed for surgery.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are off to a 2-0 start after beating the Bears 27-17 at home. QB Baker Mayfield continues to play well for his new team, throwing for 317 yards and one TD with zero turnovers. The Bucs also managed six sacks while giving up none, and shut Chicago out entirely in the second half. Tampa Bay was already missing two defensive starters for this game, and RB Chase Edmonds left with a knee issue in the second quarter and didn’t return. His status for Week 3 isn’t yet clear.

Los Angeles Rams at Cincinnati Bengals
Monday, 8:15 p.m. ET

The Los Angeles Rams fell to 1-1 after going down 30-23 at home against the 49ers on Sunday. The Rams went into halftime tied 17-17, but got outscored 13-6 in the second half as Matthew Stafford was picked off twice while throwing for 282 yards and one score. Puka Nacua had been questionable for the game, but hauled in 14 catches for 130 yards. Running backs Cam Akers and Zac Evans both missed the game with injuries, Akers is reportedly back on the trading block.

The Cincinnati Bengals started slow and fell 27-24 at home against the Ravens, stumbling to an 0-2 start on the season. Joe Burrow finished with 222 passing yards and two TDs with one interception, but the Bengals didn’t pick up a first down until late in the second quarter – and that came on a pass interference penalty. Cincinnati outscored Baltimore 24-20 across the final three quarters, but that sluggish start made all the difference. S Nick Scott left the game to be evaluated for a concussion and did not return. Burrow limped off the field late in the game and was seen massaging the calf he injured early in training camp.

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