Week 2 NFL Pro Football Sports Betting Odds Previews

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Thursday Night Football airs on NFL Network at 8:25PM Eastern Time as the Cincinnati Bengals will host the Houston Texans. The current odds at BetonUSA has the home side Cincinnati Bengals favored by -5 points with the total lined at 38 points. Both teams are coming off losses and poor offensive showings. The Bengals get shut out at home to the Ravens while the Texans lost 28-7 to Jacksonville. Deshaun Watson the rookie out of Clemson is scheduled to start at quarterback for Houston.

On Sunday the Kansas City Chiefs will be home to the Philadelphia Eagles at 1PM Eastern Time on FOX. KC is favored by -5 points with the total of 47 ½ points. Kansas City got a monster game from Alex Smith and rookie running back Kareem Hunt as they put up 42 points in victory at New England. Philadelphia forced key turnovers on Washington in their 30-17 road win at the Redskins.

At 4:25PM Eastern Time on FOX the Denver Broncos will host the Dallas Cowboys. Dallas is favored by -2 ½ points. Denver held a 24-7 lead in the fourth quarter then two critical turnovers led to 14 Chargers points and it was a 24-21 lead. Broncos then made two consecutive stops to preserve the victory. Dallas put on a great defensive effort in their 19-3 home victory to the New York Giants. Dallas had issues getting into the end zone going 1 of 4 inside the red zone.

Sunday Night Football on NBC starts at 8:30PM Eastern Time with the Atlanta Falcons at home to the Green Bay Packers. Atlanta is favored by -2 ½ points with the total set at 53 ½ points. Packers defense played well in their opener at home to Seattle limiting the Seahawks to three field goals in a 17-9 victory. Atlanta had trouble putting away Chicago on the road as they made a critical stop deep in their territory in the closing seconds of a 23-17 victory.

Monday Night Football will feature the New York Giants hosting the Detroit Lions at 8:30PM Eastern Time on ESPN. New York is favored by -2 ½ points. Detroit forced four Cardinals turnovers in a 35-23 home victory. Matthew Stafford threw for 292 yards and four touchdowns. Giants has a miserable offensive performance in a 19-3 road defeat at Dallas.

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