NFL Week 5 Odds: Current Spreads, Totals And Props For Every Game


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The first month of the regular season is in the books. Some clubs have surprised, others haven’t lived up to preseason expectations, and several teams seem to be still trying to find their way.

As we get set for what looks like a stellar set of games, we’ll get some answers once this week’s games are in the books. As always, new questions will arise as we continue looking for clues on how the chase for the Super Bowl will ultimately shake out.

Week 5 began with a field goal-fest as the Colts outlasted the Broncos on Thursday night. Sunday kicks off with the second London game of the season, while the slate wraps up with a showdown between two AFC West rivals on Monday Night Football.

In this article, we have the latest NFL betting odds for all of the remaining games, plus matchup previews, player props, news you can use, and more. Read on for a complete look at NFL Week 5 and what you need to know about betting on this week’s games.

NFL Week 5 betting odds

You can view the latest odds for all of the remaining Week 5 games in the below table. Use the dropdown bar on the table to see the main pregame betting markets of spread, moneyline, and totals, and do the same to view the latest numbers from your legal market. If you see a bet that you like, click on it and you’ll be directed to the sportsbook to place it.

NFL Week 5 player props

When you enter the name of a player in the below table, you’ll see all of the available props along with the latest odds. If you see an option that you want to wager on, click on your selection to be directed to the sportsbook to place the bet.

NFL Week 5 matchups and best odds

Byes begin next week, so this is the last full slate with all teams in action for a while. An early London game kicks off a busy Sunday, while the action concludes on Monday night. All told, there are 15 games to consider. Here’s what you need to know about each matchup and the latest betting odds.

New York Giants at Green Bay Packers (London)

It’s London calling for a pair of 3-1 NFC teams. The Giants have exceeded expectations so far. The team continues to sort through injuries, but Daniel Jones will be able to play after suffering an ankle injury last week. The Packers have recovered from the opening-week loss to the Vikings with three straight wins, but concerns about the offense continue.

Pittsburgh Steelers at Buffalo Bills

Kenny Pickett will make his first NFL start after showing some flashes in last week’s relief appearance. It’s a trying start for a QB of any experience level as he leads the Steelers into Buffalo for a date with the heavily favored Bills. The hosts are 3-1 and looking every bit the part of a contender with a point differential of +56 after a month of action.

LA Chargers at Cleveland Browns

This matchup of AFC playoff hopefuls could provide some clues on the postseason chase. The Chargers and Browns enter with matching records of 2-2, and there are injury issues that bear monitoring in advance of kickoff. Cleveland was without both Myles Garrett and Jadeveon Clowney last week, while LA was missing Keenan Allen. Allen will miss this week again.

Chicago Bears at Minnesota Vikings

It’s an NFC North battle between two clubs that appear to be headed in different directions. The Bears are 2-2 but have struggled offensively while doing so, while the 3-1 Vikings are being viewed as a playoff contender. For Chicago, David Montgomery is still dealing with an ankle injury, but he was able to practice in a limited fashion this week.

Detroit Lions at New England Patriots

The Lions were without D’Andre Swift and Amon-Ra St. Brown last week, but they still managed to put up 45 points in a loss to the Seahawks. Scoring hasn’t been an issue in Detroit, but the defense is a different story. For New England, Bailey Zappe is expected to make his first start as Mac Jones continues to work through an ankle sprain. Swift will miss Sunday’s game again.

Seattle Seahawks at New Orleans Saints

Entering the season, not much was expected out of the Seahawks, while many viewed the Saints as a potential playoff contender. It’s still early, but the script has flipped with Seattle at 2-2 and New Orleans at 1-3. Andy Dalton could start for the second week in a row as Jameis Winston is doubtful with a back injury.

Miami Dolphins at New York Jets

Teddy Bridgewater will be under center once again for the Dolphins as they head to New York to face the Jets. Miami is looking to bounce back from a loss to the Bengals, while New York is riding high after a comeback win over the Steelers. Zach Wilson returned for the Jets last week and helped engineer a game-winning scoring drive.

Atlanta Falcons at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

A 2-2 record is actually good news for the Falcons, while the same can’t be said for a Buccaneers team that has a matching record. Atlanta has been consistently competitive, but they’ll be without Kyle Pitts and Cordarrelle Patterson. Tampa Bay has been dealing with a rash of injuries, but the bottom line is that the offense has been out of sync.

Tennessee Titans at Washington Commanders

Since opening at 0-2, the Titans have rebounded by winning two straight. It’s the opposite for a Commanders team that notched a victory in the opener and since lost three in a row. Derrick Henry appears to be rounding into form after a slow start. Carson Wentz has been airing it out for his new team, but the results have been mixed at best.

Houston Texans at Jacksonville Jaguars

The Texans are competing each week, but the winless team remains the clubhouse leader for the top pick at the next NFL Draft. Meanwhile, the Jaguars have been one of the top surprises of the early part of the year. Now 2-2, new head coach Doug Pederson and company have a chance to go from worst to first in the AFC South.

San Francisco 49ers at Carolina Panthers

There are still concerns to sort through on offense, but the 49ers defense has been wicked. The team leads the league with 11.5 points allowed per game. For Carolina, the offense continues to struggle. Baker Mayfield has had a few moments since arriving, but he now finds himself on a short leash for the 1-3 team.

Dallas Cowboys at LA Rams

The Cowboys have been performing very well since Dak Prescott was sidelined. He could be back soon, but Cooper Rush has been doing just fine as the team has ripped off three straight wins. The 2-2 Rams have been out of sorts, most notably on offense. Is the dreaded Super Bowl hangover rearing its head in Los Angeles?

Philadelphia Eagles at Arizona Cardinals

The Eagles are still undefeated after surviving a scare versus the Jaguars. They will be without kicker Jake Elliott because of an ankle injury for this tilt. Since an opening-week blowout loss to the Chiefs, the Cardinals have looked better while winning two of three. The early-season injury concerns are beginning to level off with JJ Watt returning last week.

Cincinnati Bengals at Baltimore Ravens

At 0-2, the Bengals looked like a team in trouble. Two straight double-digit wins later, the club is starting to resemble last year’s AFC championship squad. The Ravens are also 2-2 with both of the losses coming as they failed to protect three-score leads. Rashod Bateman suffered a foot injury last week and will miss this game.

Las Vegas Raiders at Kansas City Chiefs

The Raiders booked their first win of the year last week over the Broncos. Now 1-3, the club is facing an uphill climb in its bid to return to the postseason. The Chiefs are 3-1 after last week’s convincing victory over the Buccaneers. There’s still a lot of season left to go, but Kansas City looks like it’s once again in control of the AFC West chase.

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