NFL Odds for Week 3

Last updated on December 7th, 2018 at 11:02 am

The Kansas City Chiefs are on a roll this month. They currently have 6-0 straight and against the spread in their last 6 games in September. This includes having a 2-0 SU and ATS in a great start to the season. Their next game will be on Sunday, where they will attempt a 7th win as they host the San Francisco 49ers.  Kansas currently has a 6.5-point favorite (home) in most of the sportsbooks. You can check with your preferred pay per head reviews to see how the NFL odds are for Week 3.

Patrick Mahones is on fire with 10 touchdown passes just two weeks into the season. He also has 0 interceptions in his first 2 starts. Historically, San Francisco is 1-9 SU with 1-8-1 ATS in the past 10 road games they have had against teams who have winning records.

NFL Odds and Trends

Sunday will be a blast for those who are looking for some wagering action this weekend. Another must-watch game this weekend will be the game of the Los Angeles Rams against the Los Angeles Chargers. The Rams are 7-point home favorites. They also have had 7-2 ATS in their previous 9 games, as favorites, of course. They have also been outscoring the other teams 67-13 in the first 2 games this season. Meanwhile, the Chargers are on a losing streak in the last 4 games they have had against the Rams.

Meanwhile. The Atlanta Falcons and the New Orleans Saints are also facing each other. In their previous 12 games playing against each other, they are both 6-6 STU and ATS. Atlanta is a 3-point home favorite for the upcoming game this weekend.

The game schedule for this week is: New York Jets at Cleveland (-3) on Thursday night. There is also a game with New England (-6.5) at Detroit on Sunday night, and Pittsburgh (-1.5) at Tampa Bay Monday night. The betting lines are Buffalo at Minnesota (-17), Los Angeles Chargers at Los Angeles Rams (-7), New England (-6.5) at Detroit, San Francisco at Kansas City (-6.5), New York Jets at Cleveland (-3), New Orleans at Atlanta (-3), and Pittsburgh (-1.5) at Tampa Bay.