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The NFL's Week 9 slate features one of the most highly-anticipated matchups between two of the best quarterbacks to play the game in Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers and New England Patriots QB Tom Brady, but we're not waiting until this Sunday to get into the action. 

That's because FanDuel Sportsbook has already released the entire Week 9 NFL betting slate for this weekend's action, and let's just say there's a ton of great action! 

The bookmakers are already showing a blatant lack of respect for Rodgers and his Packers' ability to hang with the best of them on the road with a +6.5-point line against New England in Foxborough. 

This comes at somewhat of a surprise after Rodgers showed the books how he felt about facing the  biggest underdog line of his career starting in Green Bay as +8.5-point dogs against the Los Angeles Rams in Week 8. Rodgers led his Packers into Los Angeles and nearly escaped with a straight-up win over the top team in the league in the Rams, but fell just short in a 29-27 loss to comfortably cover the spread. 

There's also a ton of other interesting games including Pittsburgh at Baltimore (-3) and the Rams as underdogs away at the Saints (-2). 

Looks like we've also got a shootout on our hands in the Super Dome this weekend down in New Orleans as the undefeated Rams take on the Saints in Week 9's highest point total line. 

On the other end of the spectrum, the Chicago Bears' stout defense and Buffalo Bills lackluster offense combine for the lowest total of the week in Buffalo after the Bills scored just six points in Week 8's Monday Night Football showdown with the Patriots. 

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