NFL Week 6 Opening Odds

2013 nfl week 6 odds point spreads over under totals trends

(The Spread) – The point spreads and over/under totals are out for Week 6 in the NFL, including the biggest matchup of the weekend between the Saints and Patriots.

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The game of the week will be in New England on Sunday afternoon when the 4-1 Patriots host the undefeated Saints at 4:25PM ET. According to oddsmakers from online sports book Bovada.lv, the Patriots have opened as 3-point home favorites over the Saints, while the over/under total is currently sitting at 49.5 points. New Orleans is coming off a road victory versus Chicago while New England lost for the first time this season in a downpour at Cincinnati.

On Thursday night the Bears will host the 0-5 Giants at 8:25PM ET. Not surprisingly Chicago is a rather big favorite, especially for a primetime game. The Bears are a 7-point favorite over the hapless Giants, while the over/under total is currently sitting at 45 points. As previously mentioned, Chicago lost to New Orleans as a 1-point home favorite in Week 5, while New York lost as a 1-point home favorite versus Philadelphia to remain winless on the season.

The defending Super Bowl champion Ravens will host the Packers on Sunday at 1:00PM ET. After beating Miami last week as a small road underdog the Ravens are 3-point home dogs this weekend versus Green Bay. The Packers beat a Calvin Johnson-less Lions team 22-9 as a 10-point home favorite last week at Lambeau Field. The total for the Green Bay-Baltimore game is currently sitting at 48 points.

A couple of other spreads to note: The Broncos are massive 27.5-point favorites versus the Jaguars while the Cowboys are 4.5-point home favorites versus the Redskins. The Seahawks are also 13.5-point favorites at home versus the Titans following their first loss of the season (a 34-28 loss to the Colts), while the Bengals are 7-point road favorites versus Thad Lewis and the banged up Bills.

For a complete list of odds for Week 6 in the NFL, see below.

2013 NFL Week 6 Opening Odds & Over/Under Totals

101 New York Giants +7 (45)

102 Chicago Bears -7

203 Oakland Raiders +10 (41)

204 Kansas City Chiefs -10

205 Philadelphia Eagles -1.5 (45.5)

206 Tampa Bay Buccaneers +1.5

207 Green Bay Packers -3 (48)

208 Baltimore Ravens +3

209 Detroit Lions -2.5 (45.5)

210 Cleveland Browns +2.5

211 Carolina Panthers +2.5 (44)

212 Minnesota Vikings -2.5

213 St. Louis Rams +7 (43)

214 Houston Texans -7

215 Pittsburgh Steelers -3 (40)

216 New York Jets +3

217 Cincinnati Bengals -7 (45)

218 Buffalo Bills +7

219 Tennessee Titans +13.5 (40.5)

220 Seattle Seahawks -13.5

221 Jacksonville Jaguars +27.5 (51.5)

222 Denver Broncos -27.5

223 Arizona Cardinals +11.5 (42)

224 San Francisco 49ers -11.5

225 New Orleans Saints +3 (49.5)

226 San Francisco 49ers -3

227 Washington Redskins +4.5 (53)

228 Dallas Cowboys -4.5

229 Indianapolis Colts -1

230 San Diego Chargers +1

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