Ah, Monday Night Football. Nothing is better than sitting on the couch after a long day of work and watching some football.
MNF will be included in flexible scheduling in 2023, meaning the games could be swapped for another contest in Weeks 12 to 17. We look forward to another successful season of primetime NFL betting in 2023.
Here are the current NFL Monday Night Football odds and lines for the 2023 season.
NFL Monday Night Football Odds & Lines
NFL Monday Night Football odds are courtesy of DraftKings Sportsbook, unless otherwise noted, and are current as of Monday, May 15, at 5 p.m. ET. Be sure to keep tabs on all of our current NFL odds as the season progresses.
Week 1: Buffalo Bills vs New York Jets (9/11/23)
Bills -1.5 (-110) @ Jets +1.5 (-110)
Buffalo was favored in every game last year and compiled just an 8-9-1 ATS record, including 4-3-1 as the away favorite. New York finished 3-5 ATS at home, but a new-look offense led by Aaron Rodgers drastically altered 2023 expectations.
The Jets defense held their own against Josh Allen last season, as they limited him to just one touchdown pass and two interceptions. New York’s pass defense, led by Sauce Gardner, will probably remind the media about that in the run-up to this game.
Week 2: New Orleans Saints vs Carolina Panthers (9/18/23)
Saints +1 (-120) @ Panthers -1 (+100)
Both of these AFC South teams will be led by new quarterbacks this season. An early test in Week 2 for No. 1 overall pick Bryce Young against 32-year-old Derek Carr.
The Saints were underwater with a 1-5 ATS record against the division in 2022. Going by last year’s trends, the Panthers should hope this spread flips in favor of New Orleans.
Carolina was 5-1 ATS as a home underdog and a disappointing 0-3 ATS when home favorites.
Week 2: Cleveland Browns vs Pittsburgh Steelers (9/18/23)
Browns +1 (-110) @ Steelers -1 (-110)
The Steelers run defense allowed just seven rushing TDs last year, tied for the league-low. They’ll need to keep that going against Nick Chubb, who compiled 235 total yards and two touchdowns against Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh held up well when favored, capturing a 4-2 ATS record. The growth of Kenny Pickett, though, is key after a rookie season where he tossed only seven touchdowns and nine INTs.
Week 3: Philadelphia Eagles vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers (9/25/23)
Eagles -6 (-110) @ Buccaneers +6 (-110)
The Bucs struggled against the spread last year, notching a 1-7-1 ATS record at home and 0-2 as home ‘dogs. It may come as a surprise that Philly was 2-6 ATS on the road and 2-5 when away favorites.
A.J. Brown collected 60 passes for 1,007 yards and five touchdowns against NFC opponents last year. Tampa Bay allowed 29 passing TDs last year, tied for the second-most in the league.
Week 3: Los Angeles Rams vs Cincinnati Bengals (9/25/23)
Rams +7 (-110) @ Bengals -7 (-110)
We get a rematch of Super Bowl LVI, but the Rams aren’t quite what they used to be. They managed just a 1-4-2 ATS record as away underdogs.
Cincinnati wasn’t pushed around in 2022. It went 10-2 ATS in non-division games and 4-1 in non-conference games.
Week 4: Seattle Seahawks vs New York Giants (10/2/23)
Seahawks +1 (-110) @ Giants -1 (-110)
The Giants were phenomenal in non-division games with a 10-2 ATS record. Daniel Jones’ ability to protect the football last year was excellent, as the Giants were tied for the league lead in both 0.4 INTs thrown and 0.9 giveaways per game.
Seattle went 4-9 ATS in conference games. It’ll be worth watching to see how first-round pick Jaxon Smith-Njigba meshes with DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett this season.
Talk about an offense that could be explosive.
Week 5: Green Bay Packers vs Las Vegas Raiders (10/9/23)
Packers +1.5 (-110) @ Raiders -1.5 (-110)
Davante Adams gets a crack at his former team, and he proved his production wasn’t reliant on Aaron Rodgers with 100 receptions for 1,516 yards and 14 touchdowns in 2022.
Las Vegas went 4-2 ATS as the home favorite last year, and Green Bay wasn’t too far behind going 3-2 ATS when away ‘dogs.
Week 6: Dallas Cowboys vs Los Angeles Chargers (10/16/23)
Cowboys +1 (-110) @ Chargers -1 (-110)
Expect a possible shootout here as the Cowboys had 52 touchdowns last year (tied for fifth) while without Dak Prescott for several weeks. The Chargers, meanwhile, scored 42 touchdowns (12th) as Keenan Allen and Mike Williams struggled with injuries.
L.A. went 7-4-1 ATS and Dallas went 8-5 ATS in non-division games
Week 7: San Francisco 49ers vs Minnesota Vikings (10/23/23)
49ers -1 (-110) @ Vikings +1 (-110)
San Francisco was a safe bet in conference games, going 12-3 ATS. If there was a weakness, though, it was as away favorites, with a 2-4 ATS record.
Back in 2021, Dalvin Cook was limited to just 39 rushing yards against the 49ers, but was more involved in the passing game with six catches on seven targets for 64 yards. That said, the star running back is in the middle of trade rumors thanks to a 2023 $14M cap hit.
Week 8: Las Vegas Raiders vs Detroit Lions (10/30/23)
Raiders +3.5 (-110) @ Lions -3.5 (-110)
The Lions were blessed with a 3-1 ATS record as home favorites. This game could end up a shootout as both defenses allowed seven or more yards per attempt (Lions: 7.5, Raiders: 7).
In just 5 AFC matchup last year, Amon-Ra St. Brown caught 38 passes for 399 yards and three TDs. His first-down rate against the AFC was also off the charts, moving the chains on 73.7% of his receptions.
Week 9: Los Angeles Chargers vs New York Jets (11/6/23)
Chargers +2 (-110) @ Jets -2 (-110)
New York was only 1-2 ATS as the home favorite and Los Angeles was 3-1 when the away underdog. As a rookie in 2020, Justin Herbert lit up the Jets with 366 yards and three scores.
This is a different Jets defense, though. New York only allowed 5.8 yards per attempt, the second-fewest last season.
Its 15 passing TDs allowed was also tied for best mark in the league.
Week 10: Denver Broncos vs Buffalo Bills (11/13/23)
Broncos +6 (-110) @ Bills -6 (-110)
Denver posted a 3-2 ATS record as the away underdog and Buffalo fared poorly as home favorites at 3-6 ATS. Neither team fared well against conference foes with the Bills going 6-6-1 ATS and the Broncos were a touch worse at 5-7 ATS.
Russell Wilson will look to rebound from what was a disaster 2022 campaign. His 16 TD passes and taking 55 sacks were career-worst totals.
Week 11: Philadelphia Eagles vs Kansas City Chiefs (11/20/23)
Eagles +3 (-110) @ Chiefs -3 (-110)
The Eagles will get a shot at some form of redemption in a rematch of Super Bowl LVII. The Chiefs secured the Lombardi Trophy with a Harrison Butker field goal with eight seconds remaining for the 38-35 win.
Kansas City was just 3-5-1 ATS as the home favorite. Philly was 0-1 when the away underdog.
Week 12: Chicago Bears vs Minnesota Vikings (11/27/23)
Bears +3.5 (-110) @ Vikings -3.5 (-110)
The Bears and Vikings both struggled against divisional opponents with 1-5 and 2-4 ATS records, respectively. Minnesota struggled against oddsmakers’ expectations with a 6-6-1 ATS record as favorites.
Justin Fields only appeared in one of the Bears’ two games against Minnesota. In that contest, he rushed for 47 yards on eight carries.
His 208 passing yards and a pass TD in that game was the only contest in 2022 where Fields passed for 200 or more yards with a TD pass.
Week 13: Cincinnati Bengals vs Jacksonville Jaguars (12/4/23)
Bengals -1 (-110) @ Jaguars +1 (-110)
The Jaguars were a perfect 5-0 ATS when the home ‘dogs. The Bengals were also good at 5-2 ATS when the away favorite.
Trevor Lawrence played great against AFC opponents last year, completing 71 percent of his passes for 2,857 yards with 17 passes, plus 224 rushing yards and four rushing TDs.
Week 14: Tennessee Titans vs Miami Dolphins (12/11/23)
Titans +7.5 (-110) @ Dolphins -7.5 (-110)
Miami went 4-2 ATS as the home favorite and Tennessee wasn’t far behind when the away underdog at 4-2-1 ATS. It was a tale of two seasons for the Titans, though.
For example, in Weeks 1 to 9, in the seven games where Derrick Henry had 20 or more carries, Tennessee compiled a 5-2 record. In Weeks 9 to 18, where Henry had only four games with 20 or more carries, Titans went 1-3.
Week 14: Green Bay Packers vs New York Giants (12/11/23)
Packers +2.5 (-110) @ Giants -2.5 (-110)
Green Bay went 1-4 ATS as the away underdog. New York went 4-4-1 when at home ATS and 3-2 as a home favorite.
Saquon Barkley totaled 70 rushing yards on 13 carries and a score in a Week 5 27-22 win over the Packers—a game where the Giants outscored the Packers 17-2 in the second half.
Week 15: Kansas City Chiefs vs New England Patriots (12/18/23)
Chiefs -3.5 (-110) @ Patriots +3.5 (-110)
The Patriots went 1-2 as the home underdog and the Chiefs were 6-3 ATS when away. In what has usually been a strength, New England struggled against the pass, allowing 28 TD passes (sixth-most in the league)
In five career games against the Patriots, Travis Kelce is averaging 5.6 catches for 66 yards and only 0.2 TDs. Bill Belichick’s plan to keep him under wraps seems to be working.
Week 16: Baltimore Ravens vs San Francisco 49ers (12/25/23)
Ravens +3 (-110) @ 49ers -3 (-110)
Two of 2022’s best rushing defenses meet on Christmas Day. The 49ers allowed just 3.4 yards per carry, tied for best in the league. The Ravens allowed 1,566 rushing yards total, the third-best mark.
Hopefully the 49ers will have some stability at the quarterback position by this point as injuries stalled what could have been a special season for them in 2022. Brock Purdy will be looking to prove the skeptics wrong.