NFL Week 6 Las Vegas Betting Odds
As the NFL heads into its sixth regular-season week, only two teams remain unbeaten and no team stands winless. Here’s a look at the Week 6 betting odds via Las Vegas sportsbooks.
The Thursday night matchup this week is a meeting between NFC East rivals as the Saquon Barkley and the Giants host the Super Bowl champion Eagles at 8:20 p.m. ET. The Giants opened as 3-point home dogs and that’s where the line sits at the MGM Mirage, William Hill and other Las Vegas sportsbooks. (Check out advanced betting reports on every Week 6 matchup.)
There is also consensus among Las Vegas books on the Cardinals-Vikings matchup at 1:00 p.m. ET on Sunday, as Minnesota is -10.5 across the board. Meanwhile, the MGM Mirage lists the Chargers as 1.5-point road favorites to beat the Browns, who are +1 at all other Vegas books. The Bears, meanwhile, are 3-pooint road favorites across all Vegas sportsbooks for their game against the Dolphins. (Find updated Super Bowl Futures odds here.)
Continuing with the odds, the Redskins are 1.5-point home favorites in Vegas to beat the Panthers, while the Jets are 2.5-point home favorites to beat the Colts. Oddsmakers also agree on the Steelers-Bengals line being Cincinnati -2.5 and Atlanta being -3.5 versus visiting Tampa Bay. That said, you can find the Seahawks at -2.5 at places like CG Technology but the Raiders are +3 at most other Vegas sportsbooks. That game is in Oakland. (See Week 6 odds from online sportsbooks.)
Meanwhile, the Texans are 8.5-point home favorites to beat the Bills and the Rams are 7-point road faves to top the Broncos. Vegas sportsbooks are in agreement on the Jacksonville-Dallas line, as the Jags are -3 on the road for that 4:25 p.m. ET kickoff. If you shop around, you can find the Ravens at -2.5 instead of -3 to beat the Titans. (Who are public bettors backing in Week 6? Find out here.)
For the Sunday Night Football matchup, the Patriots are -3.5 to beat the unbeaten Chiefs at most Vegas sports books. The Packers are also -9.5 across the board in Vegas to beat the banged-up 49ers on Monday Night Football.