NFL Week 2 Preseason Odds
LAS VEGAS, NV (The Spread) – Following a somewhat eventful Week 1, the point spreads are out for Week 2 of the NFL preseason.
According to oddsmakers from online sports book BetDSI, the Bears are 4-point home favorites over the Jaguars on Thursday night, which is when Week 2 of the preseason begins. The total for that night’s game is currently sitting at 41.
On Friday night at 7:30PM ET the Patriots will host the Eagles as 3-point favorites while the Titans are 4-point road dogs against the Saints at 8:00PM ET. At 10:00PM Et, the Raiders will host the Lions as 1-point favorites and the Chargers will visit the Seahawks as a 5.5-point underdog.
The schedule on Saturday is loaded, including a 4:00PM ET game between the Packers and Rams, who are 1.5-point home favorites. At 7:00PM ET, the Colts are 3-point favorites over the visiting Giants, the Cowboys are 1-point favorites over the visiting Ravens, and the Jets are 3.5-point road dogs at the Bengals. At 7:30PM Et, the Steelers are 1-point home favorites versus the Bills while the Bucs are 2-point home favorites against the Dolphins. Even though Ryan Fitzpatrick was dismal in his preseason debut with the Texans, Houston is a 1-point home favorite versus the Falcons at 8:00PMET and the Vikings are 1-point home favorites against the Cardinals at 8:30PM ET.
On Sunday the Broncos are 3-point road dogs against the 49ers at 4:00PM ET and the Panthers are 1-point home favorites versus the Chiefs at 8:00PM ET. On Monday Week 2 of the NFL preseason will conclude as the Redskins are a field goal favorite over the Browns at 8:00PM ET.
Some of the highlights of Week 1 include rookie Blake Bortles having a solid debut for the Jaguars, going 7-for-11 for 117 yards in Jacksonville’s 16-10 win over the Bucs, whose offensive line struggled throughout. Matt Cassel also outplayed rookie Teddy Bridgewater in the Vikings’ 10-6 win over the Raiders and Johnny Manziel finished with six carries for 27 yards in his NFL debut for the Browns, who lost 13-12 to the Lions.