2016 Thursday Night Football

Checkout passed season results below. Spread are the future lines posted on April 21, 2016, spread will be updated each week and live odds checkout  our odds page.

Quick Breakdown of Results, for details scroll to bottom:
2 year Average points scored 44.05
2 year Average margin of victory 12.9
2 year Favorites 21-11-2 
Over 17-17 
Home Teams are 10-8 SU, 9-7-2 ATS

1Carolina Panthers at Denver Broncos+3/40.520-21UnderDog/OverBroncos
2New York Jets vs Buffalo Bills-1/40.531-31UnderDog/OverJets
3Houston Texans at New England Patriots-8
4Miami Dolphins at Cincinnati Bengals-6.5
5Arizona Cardinals at San Francisco 49ers+6
6Denver Broncos at San Diego Chargers+3
7Chicago Bears at Green Bay Packers-9
8Jacksonville Jaguars at Tennessee TitansPK
9Atlanta Falcons at Tampa Bay Bucs-1.5
10Cleveland Browns at Baltimore Ravens-8.5
11New Orleans at Carolina Panthers-10
12Minnesota Vikings at Detroit Lions – 12:30 p.m. ET 2.5
12Washington Redskins at Dallas Cowboys – 4:30 p.m. ET -3.5
12Pittsburgh Steelers at Indianapolis Colts – 8:30 p.m. ET 1.5
13Dallas Cowboys at Minnesota Vikings-4.5
14Oakland Raiders at Kansas City Chiefs-4.5
15LA Rams at Seattle Seahawks-10
16New York Giants at Philadelphia Eagles-2.5

In 2015 the Under was the play finally going 11-7,  Favorites came out in front again with 10-6-2 record.

2015 Thursday Night Football

1Pittsburgh Steelers at New England Patriots-7/5121-28Push/UnderPatriots
2Denver Broncos at Kansas City Chiefs-3/41.531-24Underdog/OverBroncos
3Washington Redskins at New York Giants-3/4521-32Favorite/OverGiants
4Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh Steelers+3/4423-20Push/UnderRavens
5Indianapolis Colts at Houston Texans-4/4127-20Favorite/OverColts
6Atlanta Falcons at New Orleans Saints+3/52.521-31Underdog/UnderSaints
7Seattle Seahawks at San Francisco 49ers+6.5/41.520-3Favorite/UnderSeahawks
8Miami Dolphins at New England Patriots-8/51.507-36Favorite/UnderPatriots
9Cleveland Browns at Cincinnati Bengals-13/45.510-31Favorite/UnderBengals
10Buffalo Bills at New York Jets-2.5/41.522-17Underdog/UnderBills
11Tennessee Titans at Jacksonville Jaguars-3/4113-19Favorite/UnderJaguars
12Philadelphia Eagles at Detroit Lions – 12:30 p.m. ET (CBS)-3/4727-23Favorite/OverLions
12Carolina Panthers at Dallas Cowboys – 4:30 p.m. ET (FOX)-1/44.533-14Favorite/OverPanthers
12Chicago Bears at Green Bay Packers – 8:30 p.m. ET (NBC)-8/4517-13Underdog/UnderBears
13Green Bay Packers at Detroit Lions+2/4627-23Favorite/OverPackers
14Minnesota Vikings at Arizona Cardinals-10/46.520-23Underdog/UnderCardinals
15Tampa Bay Buccaneers at St. Louis Rams-1/4123-31Favorite/OverRams
16San Diego Chargers at Oakland Raiders-4/4520-23Underdog/UnderRaiders

Average Score 41.5

Average Margin of Victory 9.3

In 2014 the Over was again the dominate trend going 10-6, with a 2 year record of 20-11, This year Favorites ruled going 11-5.

2014 Thursday Night Football

WKMatchupSpreadScoreATS ResultSU Winner
1Green Bay Packers @ Seattle Seahawks-5.5/4736-16Favorite/OverSeattle
2Pittsburgh Steelers @ Baltimore Ravens-2.5/43.526-6Favorite /UnderBaltimore
3Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Atlanta Falcons-7/4756-14Favorite/OverAtlanta
4N. Y. Giants @ Washington Redskins-3.5/4514-45Underdog/OverNY Giants
5Minnesota Vikings @ Green Bay Packers-8.5/4742-10Favorite/OverGreen Bay
6Indianapolis Colts @ Houston Texans3/4628-33Favorite/OverIndianapolis
7N. Y. Jets @ New England Patriots-9.5/4527-25Underdog/OverNew England
8San Diego Chargers @ Denver Broncos-9/51.535-21Favorite/OverDenver
9New Orleans Saints @ Carolina Panthers+3/4910-28Favorite/UnderNew Orleans
10Cleveland Browns @ Cincinnati Bengals-6/453-24Underdog/UnderCleveland
11Buffalo Bills @ Miami Dolphins-3.5/4122-9Favorite/UnderMiami
12Kansas City Chiefs @ Oakland Raiders+7.5/42.524-20Underdog/OverOakland
13Chicago Bears @ Detroit Lions-7/4834-17Favorite/OverDetroit
14Dallas Cowboys @ Chicago Bears3.5/5228-41Favorite/OverDallas
15Arizona Cardinals @ St. Louis Rams-5.5/40.512-6Underdog/UnderArizona
16Tennessee Titans @ Jacksonville Jags-4/3913-21Favorite/UnderJacksonville

2014 Average points scored 46.6
2014 Average margin of victory 16.6

In 2013 Underdogs went 9-5-1 ATS and the “Over” hit 10 out of 15 times!

2013 Thursday Night Football

WKMatchupScoreATS ResultSU WinnerLine/OU
1Baltimore Ravens @ Denver Broncos49-27Favorite/OverDenver-7.5/48.5
2N. Y. Jets @ New England Patriots13-10Underdog/UnderNew England-11/43
3Kansas City Chiefs @ Philadelphia Eagles26-16Underdog/UnderKansas City-3/51
4San Francisco 49ers @ St. Louis Rams35-11Favorite/OverSan Francisco3.5/43
5Buffalo Bills @ Cleveland Browns37-24Favorite/OverCleveland-3.5/41
6N. Y. Giants @ Chicago Bears27-21Underdog/OverChicago-8/47
7Seattle Seahawks @ Arizona Cardinals34-22Favorite/OverSeattle5/41
8Carolina Panthers @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers31-13Favorite/OverCarolina7/39
9Cincinnati Bengals @ Miami Dolphins22-20Underdog/UnderMiami2.5/42.5
10Washington Redskins @ Minnesota Vikings34-27Underdog/OverMinnesota1/49
11Indianapolis Colts @ Tennessee Titans30-27Push/OverIndianapolis-3/42
12New Orleans Saints @ Atlanta Falcons17-13Underdog/UnderNew Orleans8/53
13Pittsburgh Steelers @ Baltimore Ravens22-20Underdog/OverBaltimore-3/40.5
14Houston Texans @ Jacksonville Jaguars27-20Underdog/OverJacksonville-3/43.5
15San Diego Chargers @ Denver Broncos27-20Underdog/UnderSan Diego-10/57

2013 Average points scored 48.1
2013 Average margin of victory 9.33

Whether or not you are in favorite of the Thursday night NFL action, it does break up the week a little bit. It also gives football fans and bettors something to look forward to in anticipation of the weekend. Attempting to capitalize on growing Thursday night TV ratings, the NFL now has at least one game on TV every Thursday night during the season, except for Week 17. That includes the “Season Kickoff” game on September 10 and, of course, the Thanksgiving holiday.

In the past, these matchups haven’t always been exciting, as the league has thrown some of the league’s bottom feeders into the Thursday night fire as sacrificial lambs. In looking at this season’s Thursday Night Football lineup, that appears to be a thing of the past. There are some excellent, marquee matchups for the Thursday night crowd to enjoy this season.

These standalone primetime games are big draws for the NFL and big draws for the sportsbooks as well. Players are inclined to have action with just one game that they know they are going to watch anyways. In looking at the Sunday Night Football and Monday Night Football schedules, it’s safe to say that the 2015 Thursday Night Football schedule rivals the traditional powerhouse matchups that NBC and ESPN are going to enjoy this season.

Since 2006, the NFL has had these Thursday Night Football games. It may have taken them all that time to get the matchups right, but Thursday nights are going to be a lot more exciting this season than in years past. If you want to get in on the action, and you know you do, we recommend BetDSI. The promo code BANG200 will open up a 200 percent sign-up bonus for you. How can you beat that?

For Thursday nights, the opening kickoff game will be on NBC in Week 1. From Week 2 through Week 8, CBS and NFL Network will simultaneously air the Thursday night matchups. From Week 9 to Week 16, games will exclusively be on NFL Network. All games kick off at 8:25 p.m. ET unless otherwise noted. For current Thursday night football odds checkout our Live Lines 

Wow! The NFL seems to have realized just how much they can capitalize on these Thursday night matchups because the first 12 games are all division rivalries. These aren’t all division rivalries like the Tennessee Titans vs. Jacksonville Jaguars, although, one of the scheduled games will be a matchup of Marcus Mariota against Blake Bortles. There are some heavy hitters here.

The Denver Broncos will have just one week to work out the kinks with new head coach Gary Kubiak before taking on a stout Kansas City Chiefs defense. The Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers play their two meetings this season in primetime, with the first one in Week 4 on Thursday night and the second one during Week 17 on Sunday Night Football. An Andrew Luck vs. JJ Watt matchup awaits in Week 5 in a game that will generate a lot of buzz if the Houston Texans can get off to a good start.

You might feel the bumps and bruises of the October 22 game between the Seattle Seahawks and San Francisco 49ers from your couch or barstool as both teams will amp up the hitting for that annual bloodbath. Could the upstart Miami Dolphins make a big statement at Gillette Stadium in Week 8 against the New England Patriots? The Green Bay Packers and Detroit Lions open up the final month of the season with some fireworks in Week 13. Interesting matchups with playoff implications round out the remaining weeks of the season.

Whether the game you’re most interested in is on Thursday night, Sunday afternoon, Sunday night, or Monday night, BangTheBook.com should be your home for NFL coverage all season long.