Dak Prescott, Cowboys
Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
Home » Blog » NFL Week 3 lines: Case for every favorite

NFL Week 3 lines: Case for every favorite

The NFL Week 3 lines are out, and the favorites have an opportunity to make gamblers money. Here’s how it can happen.

Carolina Panthers (-8) at Houston Texans

Carolina gets to faec rookie Davis Mills in his first start, and on a short week no less. Good luck, kid.

Arizona Cardinals (-7.5) at Jacksonville Jaguars

The Cardinals face Trevor Lawrence and Urban Meyer, who are both wondering if they tango back to college.

Atlanta Falcons at New York Giants (-3)

The Giants are on 10 days rest and at home against a Falcons defense allowing 40 points per game. C’mon now.

Baltimore Ravens (-8) at Detroit Lions

The Ravens are coming off a huge win and now play the Lions, who are 0-2 and coming off a short week. Lamar Jackson should feast.

Chicago Bears at Cleveland Browns (-7)

The Browns draw the Bears this week, who haven’t been great defensively and who don’t know the quarterback situation yet.


Want $250 to bet on NFL Week 3?

Sign up here!


Cincinnati Bengals at Pittsburgh Steelers (-3.5)

The Steelers have a ferocious pass rush going against a poor offensive line. Also, how often does Pittsburgh lost two straight at home?

Indianapolis Colts at Tennessee Titans (-5.5)

Carson Wentz might not play, and even if he does, how well can he move on two sprained ankles?

Los Angeles Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs (-6.5)

The Chiefs haven’t lost two straight with Patrick Mahomes at the controls since Weeks 5 and 6 of 2019. Tough spot for the Chargers.

New Orleans Saints at New England Patriots (-3)

New Orleans has been on the road — or at a neutral site — since the beginning of the year. The Patriots’ defense shoulda also feast on Jameis Winston.

Washington Football Team at Buffalo Bills (-8.5)

Buffalo is at home and healthy. After losing the home opener to the Steelers, expect a focused Bills team.

Miami Dolphins at Las Vegas Raiders (-4)

The Raiders have been incredibly impressive with Derek Carr garnering early MVP talk. Also, who is the quarterback for Miami?

New York Jets at Denver Broncos (-1o.5)

Have you seen the Jets? Broncos roll overrun overwhelmed Zach Wilson at Mile High.


Read: Raiders WR Henry Ruggs III Can Come Of Age In Las Vegas


Seattle Seahawks (-2) at Minnesota Vikings

The Seahawks blew a 24-9 halftime lead over Tennessee last week. They’ll come out focused to make sure and avoid a 1-2 start.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-1) at Los Angeles Rams

The Buccaneers are the best team in football right now, and their defensive line is a mismatch for Los Angeles’ front.

Green Bay Packers at San Francisco 49ers (-3.5)

The 49ers are 2-0 and finally coming home after a pair of games in the Eastern Time Zone. Expect a ton of running plays to gash Green Bay’s front.

Philadelphia Eagles at Dallas Cowboys (-4)

The Cowboys open their home slate after an impressive win over the Chargers. Dallas has one of the league’s best offenses.

  • 100%