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NFL Week 9 odds: Making the case for each underdog

Looking at the NFL Week 9 odds, here’s a reason to believe each underdog can cover their respective spreads this weekend.

New York Jets at Indianapolis Colts (-10.5)

The Jets might have found something in quarterback Mike White, who threw for 405 yards and three touchdowns on Sunday. Could he repeat it?

Atlanta Falcons at New Orleans Saints (-6)

New Orleans doesn’t have a quarterback, as it picks between Trevor Siemian and Jameis Winston. The Falcons could cover quite easily.

Buffalo Bills (-14.5) at Jacksonville Jaguars

This is huge number, especially for a road team. As for the Bills, they almost let the Dolphins beat them in Buffalo.

Cleveland Browns at Cincinnati Bengals (-2.5)

The Browns are 4-4 and playing for their proverbial lives this weekend against Cincinnati. Cleveland has the more talented roster.

Denver Broncos at Dallas Cowboys (-9.5)

The Broncos can play defense, and perhaps Dallas takes a cautious approach as Dak Prescott is working his way back from a calf injury.


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Houston Texans at Miami Dolphins (-6.5)

Both these teams are awful, which means gamblers should take the points if they touch this line.

Las Vegas Raiders (-3) at New York Giants

The Raiders are going through an awful, emotional week. Along with the travel, this might just be a really rough spot.

Minnesota Vikings at Baltimore Ravens (-5.5)

The Vikings are the most unpredictable team in the league, and the Ravens have almost lost to the Lions, Colts and Chiefs. Points are the play.

New England Patriots (-4) at Carolina Panthers

The Patriots are playing on the road for a second straight week, and the Panthers, after beating the Falcons, are back on the winning track. These teams are evenly matched.

Los Angeles Chargers (-1.5) at Philadelphia Eagles

This is a fascinating game. The Eagles love to run the ball, and Los Angeles has the worst run defense in the league. Philadelphia has a real shot to win here.


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Arizona Cardinals (-2.5) at San Francisco 49ers

The Cardinals are on long rest, and the 49ers are yet to beat a good team all year.

Green Bay Packers at Kansas City Chiefs (-1)

Why are the Packers being made underdogs? They’re clearly the better team to this point.

Tennessee Titans at Los Angeles Rams (-7.5)

Big line for a team that’s 6-2, even without Derrick Henry. The Titans should be able to move the ball, provided they can block Los Angeles’ revamped front.

Chicago Bears at Pittsburgh Steelers (-6.5)

This game screams low-scoring, defense on both sides. The Steelers likely win, but this will be a rock fight.

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