VietBet Sportsbook Presents NFL Week 1 Betting Lines


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There is a list of all of the NFL Week 1 betting odds available at the bottom of this post

Dallas Cowboys (+3.5) @ New York Giants (47) – The first game of the year is going to be on a rare Wednesday night, and this is going to be a hell of a battle. QB Tony Romo and the Cowboys are going to take on the Giants on the night that they raise their banner at MetLife Stadium. It is a chance for Dallas to get some vindication after missing out on the playoffs last year, while the G-Men know that they have a heck of a big challenge waiting them, not just in this game, but all season long.
San Francisco 49ers (+7.5) @ Green Bay Packers (45) – The 49ers really came out of nowhere last year to challenge for the NFC title, and they actually ended up getting closer than the Packers did. Both were beaten by the Giants in the end though, and that sets the scene for this game on the opening Sunday of the season. Green Bay’s offense is going to be up for a challenge for sure against the Niners and their defense that is improving with each passing day. QB Alex Smith could have a big time game in the debut of WR Randy Moss in his new team’s uniform if the Packers don’t improve their defense from a season ago.

Pittsburgh Steelers (pk) @ Denver Broncos (44.5) – The first Sunday Night Football showdown of the year is at Invesco Field, where the Steelers are going to be returning to the scene of the crime where they were bounced out of the playoffs in overtime a season ago. Of course, it’s not QB Tim Tebow that is going to be calling the shots, though. This is the debut after a full year of absence from the league for QB Peyton Manning, who is hoping to make a great first impression on his new club. Pittsburgh’s defense has had a decent history against Manning from his days with the Colts though, and after getting knocked out of the playoffs in this stadium last year, there is no way that the secondary is going to get burned again.

Cincinnati Bengals (+7) @ Baltimore Ravens (41) – Of the two Monday Night Football games in Week 1, this is definitely the better of the two and is the one that has the most on the line. The Bengals were the surprises of the AFC last year, as they finished in the postseason in a year in which they were expected to be one of the worst teams in the league. QB Andy Dalton really struggled against some of the best defenses that he has run up against though, and the challenge doesn’t get much harder than this against a Baltimore unit that is brutal and isn’t easy scored upon.

List of Other NFL Odds Week 1 , Courtesy of
Indianapolis Colts (+11) @ Chicago Bears (40.5)
Philadelphia Eagles (-9) @ Cleveland Browns (41.5)
Buffalo Bills (+4) @ New York Jets (42.5)
Washington Redskins (+10) @ New Orleans Saints (50.5)
New England Patriots (-7.5) @ Tennessee Titans (48)
Jacksonville Jaguars (+4.5) @ Minnesota Vikings (38)
Miami Dolphins (+7.5) @ Houston Texans (43.5)
St. Louis Rams (+10) @ Detroit Lions (47)
Atlanta Falcons (pk) @ Kansas City Chiefs (41)
Carolina Panthers (-2.5) @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers (46.5)
Seattle Seahawks (pk) @ Arizona Cardinals (41)
San Diego Chargers (pk) @ Oakland Raiders (47.5)

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Adam Markowitz

is a staff writer living in the Orlando area. He has covered NFL, MLB, college football, CFL, AFL, NBA, college basketball, NASCAR, golf, tennis, and the NHL for a number of various outlets in his career, and he has been published by a number of different media outlets, including the Orlando Sentinel and the Wall Street Journal.

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