NFL Week 5 Opening Line Breakdown
Here's an early look at the Week 5 lines and totals for Week 5 in the NFL, which is marked by Tom Brady's return for the Patriots.
What is the biggest point spread for Week 5 in the NFL?
According to oddsmakers from online sports book BetDSI, the biggest point spread to hit the board for Week 5 is between the Patriots and Browns in Cleveland. With Brady set to return from a four-game suspension, the Pats opened as a 10.5-point favorite despite being on the road. The total for that game, meanwhile, sits at 46.5 points.
What is the smallest point spread for Week 5 in the NFL?
Not every line is available yet but currently, the smallest point spread is between the Bengals and Cowboys in Dallas. After the Cowboys opened as a 1-point favorite, the line was bet down to a pick'em at BetDSI. As for the total in that game, the number opened at 45 and that's where it currently sits.
What is the largest over/under for Week 5?
That would be between the Bears and Colts, which currently has an over/under of 47.5 points. The Falcons and Broncos are a close second, however, as that total sits at 47 points with Atlanta reaching the 40s by itself in back-to-back wins over the Saints and Panthers, respectively. The Broncos are also a 4.5-point favorite in that game.
What is the smallest total for Week 5 in the NFL?
As previously noted, not every line for every game for Week 5 has been posted yet but at the moment, the smallest over/under for this week is between the Bills and Rams at 40. Both teams are coming off surprising upset victories, with Buffalo downing the Patriots in Foxboro and the Rams beating the Cardinals in Arizona.
What has been the biggest line movement thus far?
The aforementioned Cincinnati-Dallas line has seen the biggest movement thus far, with the Cowboys dropping from -1 to a pick'em. The Raiders have also gone from -4 to -4.5 against the Chargers, who will visit Oakland on Sunday afternoon.