A Complete List of 2017 Week 1 NFL Lines
The NFL schedule is out and that is why football betting odds makers did not waste any time putting out the 2017 Week 1 NFL Lines. The point spreads and totals were posted for every game in week one and now the fan can spend the off season handicapping week one and trying to find winners.
Here is a look at the complete list of 2017 Week 1 NFL Lines.
Thursday, Sept. 7
The defending champions kick off the season at home and will raise another Super Bowl banner. The Chiefs are mainstays in the playoffs, but still are TD underdogs in the opener.
Sunday, Sept. 10
1 p.m. ET games
One sign that the Jets are giving up on the season and will have a tough season is the fact that they are almost a touchdown favorite to the Buffalo Bills.
The Falcons would love to go back to the Super Bowl and it starts with the game in Chicago against the Bears. Bears are one of three home underdogs in week one.
The Texans may not know who will be the quarterback, but they are still over a FG favorite in week one against the Jags.
Kirk Cousins and the Redskins start the season in division as small chalk against the Eagles.
The Lions are getting some respect at home as small favorites over the Arizona Cardinals.
The 2017 Week 1 NFL Lines are full of surprises and the Raiders a PK at Tennessee may be the biggest one. The Raiders could be the most popular bet in week one.
The Buccaneers made some good off season pickups but it was not enough to make them a favorite in week one.
The Steelers are the biggest favorites in week one although they are on the road. The Browns could be in for another long season.
This is a big divisional game for the Bengals who as small favorites against the Ravens, look for a return to the playoffs.
4 p.m. ET games
The Rams get to play in front of their fans in the season opener as small dogs against the Colts.
The biggest game of the week is in Green Bay as the Packers host the Seahawks.
Cam Newton and the Panthers travel coast-to-coast but are still road favorites in week one against the 49ers.
The Cowboys are decent size chalk over the G-men in week one in what has now become a traditional start to the season for these teams.
Monday, Sept. 11
The Vikings host the Saints in week one of prime time football. It is yet to be seen if the Vikings will have Teddy Bridgewater at QB.
The Broncos will host the new LA Chargers in week one. This will be the first look at a Broncos offense that hopes to get back on track.