Week 9 NFL Odds: Spreads, Moneylines, and Totals for Every Game

Brandon Gdula
Brandon Gdula@gdula13
Week 9 NFL Odds: Spreads, Moneylines, and Totals for Every Game

The playoff race is heating up in the NFL, but this week might be a low-scoring one.

Here are the NFL betting odds for each game in Week 9.

Home Spread
Away Moneyline
Home Moneyline
Miami at Kansas City-1.5+106-12450.5
LA Rams at Green Bay-3.0+138-16438.5
Tampa Bay at Houston-3.0+128-15240
Washington at New England-2.5+126-14640.5
Chicago at New Orleans-8.5+315-40041
Minnesota at Atlanta-3.5+156-18637.5
Arizona at Cleveland-9.5+360-46038.5
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Dolphins at Chiefs Week 9 Odds

In a game of the week candidate, the Chiefs will host the Dolphins as favorites in Frankfurt.

Miami handled the Patriots in Week 8 while quarterback Tua Tagovailoa had another efficient game: 30 of 45 passing with 324 yards and 3 touchdowns. Both Jaylen Waddle (121) and Tyreek Hill (112) cleared 100 yards and scored.

The Chiefs were stifled by the Broncos in Week 8 with Patrick Mahomes throwing for just 241 yards and no touchdowns (with two interceptions).

Notably, the Dolphins are 5-3-0 on the over, but the Chiefs are 2-6-0.

Rams at Packers Week 9 Odds

Both the Rams and Packers were largely uncompetitive in Week 8 losses, Los Angeles' second straight loss and Green Bay's fourth straight.

The Packers get the honor early in the week as home favorites but are 2-5-0 against the spread this season.

QB Jordan Love has averaged 6.1 yards per attempt or fewer in three straight games.

But Matthew Stafford sustained a thumb injury in Week 8's loss to the Cowboys. He is questionable for Week 8.

Buccaneers at Texans Week 9 Odds

Tampa Bay was within reach of an upset win in Week 8, but Baker Mayfield's Hail Mary attempt fell untouched in the end zone as the clock ran to zero.

The Bucs are now 3-4 after losing a third consecutive game.

They're road underdogs to start the week against the Texans, who also lost in a last-second fashion in their own way.

Houston fell to the then-winless Panthers but are favored early in the week.

In terms of overs, the Bucs are 1-6-0, and the Texans are 2-5-0.

Houston RB Dameon Pierce is listed as out for this week.

Commanders at Patriots Week 9 Odds

The Patriots are now 2-6 (and 2-6-0 against the spread) this season while boasting a -90 point differential, two points shy of being a league-worst mark.

QB Mac Jones has 9 touchdowns and 8 interceptions this year while maintaining a yards per attempt mark of 6.3.

The Commanders pushed the Eagles to the brink again but ultimately lost in Week 8 and are now 3-5. With a few tough games left on the calendar, they have no room for error and need a road win this week.

Bears at Saints Week 9 Odds

The Saints racked up 38 points in a Week 8 win over the Colts and open as one of the larger favorites in Week 9 in a home matchup with the Bears.

Taysom Hill was involved in the offense heavily last week: 44 passing yards, 63 rushing yards and 2 touchdowns, and 14 receiving yards.

The Bears lost another matchup in Week 8 to fall to 2-6. Tyson Bagent was pressured on 34.2% of his drop backs and threw for 232 yards and 2 interceptions.

Chicago QB Justin Fields remains doubtful after a limited practice on Friday.

Vikings at Falcons Week 9 Odds

The Vikings turned around their season with consecutive key wins, but quarterback Kirk Cousins sustained an Achilles injury in Week 8's win over the Packers.

Jaren Hall played in relief of Cousins but had to throw just four times late in the game.

Jordan Addison (82), T.J. Hockenson (88), and K.J. Osborn (99) all cleared 80 receiving yards, but it remains to be seen how this offense will look moving forward.

The Falcons also have quarterback news, as Taylor Heinicke replaced Desmond Ridder in Week 8 and played well by comparison (175 yards on 21 attempts).

Cardinals at Browns Week 9 Odds

  • Spread: Browns (-9.5)
  • Cardinals Moneyline: +360
  • Browns Moneyline: -460
  • Total: 38.5

The Browns are big favorites at home over the Cardinals, who lost again in Week 8 to fall to 1-7 on the season.

Arizona has lost five straight games and will have an uphill battle to break the streak on the road in Cleveland.

QB Kyler Murray is apparently "fully healthy." However, the team will start rookie Clayton Tune after trading Josh Dobbs.

The Browns lost on the road in Seattle in Week 8 to bring their record to 4-3. Their starting QB, Deshaun Watson, is expected to return.

Seahawks at Ravens Week 9 Odds

The Seahawks scored a comeback win late in the fourth quarter in Week 8 to beat the Browns.

A second straight win has the Seahawks sitting at 5-2 overall, but they're traveling to the east coast in Week 9 to play the 6-2 Ravens, who are on a three-game win streak of their own.

Baltimore's +81 point differential is second in the NFL.

RB Gus Edwards ran for 3 touchdowns and 80 yards in Week 8's win over the Cardinals.

Colts at Panthers Week 9 Odds

After a 3-2 start, the Colts have lost three straight games and are now 3-5 -- but at least 6-2-0 toward the over.

Indianapolis remains committed to a backfield split between Jonathan Taylor (61.2% of snaps in Week 8) and Zack Moss (38.8%).

The Panthers scored a Week 8 win and bumped the Bears out of the first overall draft slot (Chicago owns Carolina's pick).

QB Bryce Young set career highs in efficiency (7.6 yards per attempt and a 103.6 QB Rating) in that game.

Cowboys at Eagles Week 9 Odds

While NFC East is showing some separation, the 7-1 Eagles and 5-2 Cowboys are elevating to the top of the division together.

Dallas actually has a better point differential (+77) than the Eagles (+52).

Dak Prescott and the Cowboys beat the Rams by 23 points for yet another lopsided game script for Dallas.

Understandably, the Eagles are home favorites. They are 3-0 at Lincoln Financial Field and 5-0 in the NFC.

In Week 8, Jalen Hurts threw for 4 touchdowns and 319 yards. A.J. Brown caught all 8 targets for 130 yards and 2 touchdowns. DeVonta Smith caught each of his 7 targets for 99 yards and a score, as well.

Giants at Raiders Week 9 Odds

In a tumultuous Week 8, the Giants lost QB Tyrod Taylor to a ribs injury and TE Darren Waller to a hamstring injury. Both are out this week, but quarterback Daniel Jones is set to return.

They wound up losing in overtime (13-10) to the Jets.

The Raiders are on a short week after playing on Monday Night Football.

The spread opened at -3 for the Raiders but shortened after they lost 26-14 to Detroit.

Bills at Bengals Week 9 Odds

In another top-tier game, the Bills travel to play the Bengals, who are fresh off of a 31-17 road win against the 49ers.

Joe Burrow was in command in that game: 283 yards and 3 touchdowns. Joe Mixon also ran for 87 yards and a touchdown. Ja'Marr Chase (100 yards) and Tee Higgins (69) also chipped in for a dominant offensive performance.

The Bills survived a scare from the Buccaneers in Week 8 to win 24-18. Josh Allen cleared 320 yards and had 2 touchdowns through the air. Khalil Shakir stepped up (6 catches for 92 yards).

Chargers at Jets Week 9 Odds

The Chargers are in a second straight primetime game after playing on Sunday Night Football in Week 8.

They coasted to a 30-13 win over the Bears on Sunday night. Justin Herbert threw for 298 yards and 3 touchdowns.

The Jets are road underdogs after a come-from-behind win against the Jets in Week 8 in rainy conditions.

They're now 4-3 and are 2-2 in the AFC.

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