NFL Week 6 Las Vegas Odds

NFL Week 6 Las Vegas Point Spread Odds & Over/Under Totals

Here’s a look at how Las Vegas oddsmakers are currently sizing up the Week 6 slate in the NFL.

Week 6 in the NFL kicks off on Thursday night with a matchup between AFC West rivals when the Chargers host the Broncos at 8:25PM ET. With Trevor Siemian returning to the starting lineup after missing last week due to an injury, oddsmakers from the MGM Mirage in Las Vegas currently list the Broncos as a 3-point road favorite versus the Chargers after Denver opened at -2. The total, meanwhile, is sitting at 44.5 points after it opened at 46.

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On Sunday, one of the bigger matchups will consist of the Bengals traveling to Foxboro to take on the Tom Brady-led Patriots. Cincinnati opened as a 6.5-point road underdog but is now a 9-point dog in Vegas. As for the total, the over/under opened at 47.5 before dropping to 47.

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Also on Sunday, the Eagles and Redskins battle for supremacy in the NFC East. The Eagles, who are coming off their first loss of the year, are a 2.5-point road favorite in D.C. for this matchup after the game opened a pick’em in Vegas. The total is down to 45 after opening at 46.

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Two great matchups are slated for the late action on Sunday, as the surprising Falcons visit the Seahawks at 4:25PM ET and the equally-impressive Cowboys take on the Packers at Lambeau Field at the same time. Atlanta opened as a 6-point favorite but is now +6.5 in Vegas, while Dallas opened as a 5.5-point underdog at Green Bay before the line was bet down to 4.5.

As for the two primetime games this week, the Texans are currently a 3-point home favorite versus AFC South rival the Colts on Sunday night, while the Jets are an 8-point road underdog at the Cardinals on Monday Night Football.

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