2023 NFL Week 9 Odds: Spreads, Totals, Props For Every Game


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We are now at the midway point of the NFL regular season. As the latest Super Bowl odds indicate, some clear favorites have emerged.

NFL Week 9 highlights include a showdown between the Miami Dolphins and Kansas City Chiefs, and the week ends with a Monday night tilt between the Los Angeles Chargers and New York Jets.

On this page, we have the latest NFL betting odds for the rest of this week’s games, plus matchup previews, player props, and team-specific news. Read on for a look at Week 9 of the NFL season and a betting preview of this week’s games.

NFL Week 9 updated odds and lines

Below is a full list of the best available Week 9 NFL odds, including point spreads, moneylines, and totals.

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NFL Week 9 matchups and best odds

Tennessee Titans at Pittsburgh Steelers

Thursday, 8:15 p.m. ET, Prime Video

The Tennessee Titans received a great debut from rookie Will Levis in Week 8 to beat the Falcons, and the Kentucky product is expected to continue starting with Ryan Tannehill (ankle) out. The Titans traded safety Kevin Byard to the Eagles prior to their last game. 

The Pittsburgh Steelers might be without Kenny Pickett (ribs) for this contest. Mitchell Trubisky took over in a 20-10 loss to the Jaguars on Sunday. Safety Minkah Fitzpatrick suffered a hamstring injury, as well. 

Miami Dolphins at Kansas City Chiefs

Sunday, 9:30 a.m. ET, NFL Network

The Miami Dolphins take their explosive offense overseas for a premier AFC bout at Frankfurt Stadium in Germany. Tyreek Hill recently became the fastest receiver in the modern era to reach 1,000 yards through the air in a season, and the Dolphins are averaging a league-high 33.9 PPG during their 6-2 start. 

The Kansas City Chiefs are coming off their first road loss against a divisional foe in 17 games. Patrick Mahomes was dealing with flu-like symptoms when the Chiefs fell by a score of 24-9 at Denver. The Chiefs defense is yielding the second-fewest points per game (16.1) this season. 

Minnesota Vikings at Atlanta Falcons

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, Fox 

The Minnesota Vikings have won three straight games with Justin Jefferson (hamstring) on injured reserve and will now move forward without Kirk Cousins (Achilles), leaving rookie Jaren Hall to start. Nick Mullens is available as backup or to start if head coach Kevin O’Connell prefers the veteran. 

The Atlanta Falcons have dropped four of their last six games after a 2-0 start. Taylor Heinicke took over for Desmond Ridder in a 29-23 loss to the Titans when Ridder was evaluated for a concussion and eventually cleared. Bijan Robinson resumed his typical workload after mysteriously being limited to one touch in a 16-13 win at Tampa Bay in Week 7. 

Arizona Cardinals at Cleveland Browns

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, CBS 

The Arizona Cardinals have signaled that Kyler Murray (ACL) will not make his season debut until Week 10 against Atlanta. Josh Dobbs should continue to lead the offense with veteran back James Conner (knee) on IR. 

The Cleveland Browns have been riding an elite defense led by Myles Garrett and a strong secondary. P.J. Walker is expected to remain the starter until Deshaun Watson (shoulder) is able to return. Jerome Ford was active in Week 8 despite suffering a high-ankle sprain in Week 7.  

Los Angeles Rams at Green Bay Packers

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, Fox

The Los Angeles Rams are coming off a blowout loss at Dallas, during which Matthew Stafford suffered a thumb injury. Brett Rypien would start if Stafford is unable to go in Week 9. The Rams also lost cornerback Cobie Durant (shoulder) in the loss. 

The Green Bay Packers have struggled offensively, with Jordan Love tossing eight picks over his last five starts. Veteran back Aaron Jones (hamstring) remains limited by his nagging injury, and Christian Watson has also been dealing with ongoing hamstring issues. 

Washington Commanders at New England Patriots 

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, Fox 

The Washington Commanders have dropped five of their last six games despite building big early leads in two meetings against the Eagles during that span. Sam Howell passed for a career-high 397 yards in a 38-31 loss to Philadelphia last Sunday. 

The New England Patriots could not contain Miami’s league-leading offense, with Matthew Judon (bicep) and Cristian Gonzalez (shoulder) among the key inactive defenders in that matchup. Linebacker Ja’Whaun Bentley (hamstring) got hurt at Miami along with receivers Kendrick Bourne (knee) and DeVante Parker (head). 

Chicago Bears at New Orleans Saints

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, CBS

The Chicago Bears have started Tyson Bagent in consecutive games with Justin Fields (thumb) out. Roschon Johnson returned from concussion protocol on Sunday night but played a limited role against the Chargers. Khalil Herbert (ankle) remains on IR. 

This is the sole home game for the New Orleans Saints in a five-week span, with road games at the Vikings and Falcons to follow and a bye week in the middle. The Saints erupted for 511 yards of total offense in a 38-27 win at Indianapolis last Sunday. 

Seattle Seahawks at Baltimore Ravens

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, CBS

The Seattle Seahawks moved into first place in the NFC West with a comeback 24-20 win over the Browns on Sunday. Their defense is holding opponents to the third-lowest yards per carry (3.6) and the fifth-fewest yards per play (4.8) this season. 

The Baltimore Ravens have won three straight, with Lamar Jackson posting a 113 passer rating in that span to vault his way into the MVP conversation. The Ravens are allowing the fewest points per game (15.1) in the NFL and average the third-most rushing yards per game (143.1) on offense. 

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Houston Texans

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, CBS

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are on extra rest in this matchup after playing at Buffalo on Thursday night to open Week 8. They’ve lost their previous two games at home after a bye week. Tampa’s offense is averaging the second-fewest yards per carry (3.2) through six games. 

The Houston Texans have played excellent defense in their first season under head coach DeMeco Ryans. C.J. Stroud has averaged 296.3 passing yards per game with six touchdowns over three home starts to begin his career. 

Indianapolis Colts at Carolina Panthers

Sunday, 4:05 p.m. ET, CBS

The Indianapolis Colts have lost three straight games with Gardner Minshew under center. Their defense is giving up the most points per game (28.6) this season. The Colts offense is averaging the sixth-highest yards per carry (4.5) with Jonathan Taylor working his way back to full speed. 

The Carolina Panthers are coming off their first win of the season, 15-13, over the Texans. Their offense averages the fewest yards per pass (5.0) but is attempting the second-most passes per game (38.9) this season. 

New York Giants at Las Vegas Raiders

Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ET, Fox 

The New York Giants are still banged up across their offensive line. Daniel Jones (neck) should return in Week 9, with Tyrod Taylor (ribs) unlikely to suit up. The New York defense has held opponents to 273.7 total yards per game and 11.3 points per game over the team’s last three contests. 

The Las Vegas Raiders will be on a short week after facing the Lions in Detroit on Monday night. Jimmy Garoppolo (back) is expected to return for that matchup. The Raiders are averaging a league-low 3.0 yards per carry on the season. 

Dallas Cowboys at Philadelphia Eagles

Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ET, Fox 

This is the first of consecutive divisional games for the Dallas Cowboys, with the Giants visiting in Week 10. Dallas is coming off a resounding 43-20 win over the Rams in Week 8, during which CeeDee Lamb erupted for a career-high 158 receiving yards with two touchdowns. 

The Philadelphia Eagles are deep across their defensive line but could be without rookie Jalen Carter (back) and Milton Williams (shoulder) in this divisional contest. Philadelphia is converting third downs at the highest rate (50%) and averaging the second-most total yards per game (387.4) among teams this season. 

Buffalo Bills at Cincinnati Bengals

Sunday, 8:20 p.m. ET, NBC

The Buffalo Bills are on extra rest after dispatching the Bucs on Thursday night to open Week 8. Josh Allen leads the NFL in completion rate (71.7%), and the Bills offense has been the second-most efficient unit in the red zone. 

The Cincinnati Bengals came out of their bye week with an impressive 31-17 win at San Francisco on Sunday. Joe Burrow appears to be over the calf injury that limited him earlier this season. Tee Higgins (ribs) also looked healthy after a week off. 

Los Angeles Chargers at New York Jets

Monday, 8:15 p.m. ET, ABC, ESPN

This is the third primetime game for the Los Angeles Chargers in four weeks. Justin Herbert passed for 294 yards and three touchdowns in an easy home win over the Bears last Sunday night. 

The New York Jets pulled out a narrow 13-10 win over the Giants in overtime on Sunday. Starting cornerbacks Sauce Gardner and D.J. Reed returned from concussions to key their defense in that battle.

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