NFL Monday Night Football Odds

Frank AmmiranteSenior Sports Writer
Last Updated: Dec 19, 2023

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 MNF Odds This Week

NFL odds are courtesy of FanDuel Sportsbook unless otherwise noted and are current as of Tuesday, Dec. 19 at 2 p.m. ET. Be sure to keep tabs on all of our current NFL odds as the season progresses.

Week 16: Las Vegas Raiders vs Kansas City Chiefs (12/25/23)

Raiders +10 (-110) @ Chiefs -10 (-110)

The Chiefs have won six straight matchups vs the Raiders.

It’s going to be tough for Aidan O’Connell to keep up with Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce.

Look for the Chiefs to win this one in convincing fashion.

Week 16: New York Giants vs Philadelphia Eagles (12/25/23)

Giants +11.5 (-108) @ Eagles -11.5 (-112)

This is the perfect bounce-back spot for the Eagles, who have lost three in a row but take on a Giants team that they’ve defeated in four consecutive meetings.

Expect Philly’s defense to get back on track with a strong showing here.

We could also see a big game from Jalen Hurts.

Week 16: Baltimore Ravens vs San Francisco 49ers (12/25/23)

Ravens +5.5 (-105) @ 49ers -5.5 (-115)

The Ravens are sure to miss the explosive running of Keaton Mitchell (torn ACL). The rookie is a big-play threat who would have helped Baltimore against this elite 49ers offense.

I just can’t see Baltimore keeping pace with the best team in the NFL here. San Francisco is 10-0 at home with Brock Purdy and Trent Williams in the lineup, winning nine of those games by double-digits.

Keep an eye out for our weekly Monday Night Football predictions.

Past MNF Game Odds

Week 15: Philadelphia Eagles vs Seattle Seahawks (12/18/23)

Eagles -3.5 (-110) @ Seahawks +3.5 (-110)

The Eagles are trending downward right now, losing two in a row and struggling on both sides of the ball.

Meanwhile, the Seahawks are in a must-win situation to keep their playoff hopes alive. Look for Seattle to keep it close, even with Drew Lock under center.

Week 14: Tennessee Titans vs Miami Dolphins (12/11/23)

Titans +14 (-110) @ Dolphins -14 (-110)

The Dolphins should be able to cruise to victory against a Titans team that doesn’t have enough firepower to keep pace on offense.

Miami has improved on defense since Jalen Ramsey returned to the lineup, which is bad news for Will Levis and company.

Look for a convincing win for the Dolphins here.

Week 14: Green Bay Packers vs New York Giants (12/11/23)

Packers -6 (-110) @ Giants +6 (-110)

Jordan Love is rolling for the Packers right now, set for an exploitable matchup vs Tommy DeVito and the Giants.

Look for the Packers to extend their three-game winning streak in this spot.

Green Bay’s pass-heavy approach makes it likely that they’ll score 21-plus points here.

Week 13: Cincinnati Bengals vs Jacksonville Jaguars (12/4/23)

Bengals +10 (-110) @ Jaguars -10 (-110)

Look for the Jaguars to take care of business at home against a Bengals’ defense that is trending downward, giving up explosive plays on both the ground and through the air of late.

Expect Trevor Lawrence, Travis Etienne Jr, and Calvin Ridley to have big games in this spot.

Jacksonville should be able to pour on the points in this one.

Week 12: Chicago Bears vs Minnesota Vikings (11/27/23)

Bears +3 (-112) @ Vikings -3 (-108)

The Bears are a much more competitive team with Justin Fields under center, as seen with their near-upset over the Detroit Lions last week.

Chicago’s defense has also improved since acquiring Montez Sweat, so look for them to cause some problems for Josh Dobbs and company.

Week 11: Philadelphia Eagles vs Kansas City Chiefs (11/20/23)

Eagles +3 (-120) @ Chiefs -3 (+100)

The Eagles will look to avenge last season’s Super Bowl loss in this rematch against the Chiefs.

Jalen Hurts‘ mobility is currently limited by his knee injury, which could have an impact on this game.

Look for Patrick Mahomes and company to win a relatively low-scoring affair here.

Week 10: Denver Broncos vs Buffalo Bills (11/13/23)

Broncos +7 (-105) @ Bills -7 (-115)

The Broncos are coming off a big win over the Kansas City Chiefs before their Week 8 bye, extending their win streak to two games.

But they’re facing a Bills team that has been dominant at home, going 17-4 at Orchard Park in the last three seasons.

Look for Josh Allen and company to be too much for Russell Wilson and this Broncos offense.

Week 9: Los Angeles Chargers vs New York Jets (11/6/23)

Chargers -3.5 (-105) @ Jets +3.5 (-115)

The Jets are in trouble against the Chargers due to their decimated offensive line, with four starters now on injured reserve, including Alijah Vera-Tucker.

That’s bad news against top-edge rushers like Joey Bosa and Khalil Mack.

Look for Justin Herbert to continue to play well, giving Los Angeles a significant advantage at quarterback over Zach Wilson.

Week 8: Las Vegas Raiders vs Detroit Lions (10/30/23)

Raiders +7.5 (-115) @ Lions -7.5 (-105)

The Lions are in a good spot to get back on track with a home win against a poor Raiders team. Detroit is coming off a blowout loss to the Ravens and should be able to cruise to a win here.

Look for Jared Goff to find Jahmyr Gibbs early and often in this one.

Week 7: San Francisco 49ers vs Minnesota Vikings (10/23/23)

49ers -6.5 (-110) @ Vikings +6.5 (-110)

The 49ers will look to rebound following a disappointing loss against the Browns, who played without Deshaun Watson.

However, this game could be closer than expected against a Vikings team that is better than their current 2-4 record.

Look for a high-scoring game with a strong outing from Brock Purdy and Brandon Aiyuk in this NFC clash.

Week 6: Dallas Cowboys vs Los Angeles Chargers (10/16/23)

Cowboys -1.5 (-110) @ Chargers +1.5 (-110)

The Cowboys will look to bounce back from a blowout loss to the 49ers on Sunday Night Football in Week 6, while the Chargers are coming off their bye, set to get Austin Ekeler back in the lineup.

Look for Dallas’ superior defense to be the advantage in this matchup.

We could also see Dak Prescott get back on track against a vulnerable Chargers defense.

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 in what could be a shootout, with Jimmy Garoppolo likely back in action.

It’s expected that Aaron Jones and Christian Watson will return to their full workload after being on snap counts last week.

This looks like a potential shootout.

Week 4: Seattle Seahawks vs New York Giants (10/2/23)

Seahawks -2 (-110) @ Giants +2 (-110)

The Seahawks are currently on a two-game winning streak following big victories against the Lions and Panthers, while the Giants could easily be 0-3 if it weren’t for an epic comeback vs Arizona.

Seattle is the better team on paper, but the Giants have a home-field advantage in a primetime game.

Having said that, the Seahawks look like the prudent play, given how New York has been blown out in two games and currently carries a -55 point differential, which is second-worst in the NFL.

Week 3: Philadelphia Eagles vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers (9/25/23)

Eagles -5 (-108) @ Buccaneers +5 (-112)

This line opened with the Eagles as 7-point road favorites, but it’s down to only -5 in what feels like an overreaction to the Bucs’ 2-0 start.

Tampa Bay was fortunate to beat Minnesota, as they won by three despite being +3 in turnovers. Then they took advantage of the Bears, who look like the worst team in the NFL right now.

Look for the Eagles to air it out against this pass-funnel defense, resulting in a big day for Jalen Hurts and A.J. Brown.

Week 3: Los Angeles Rams vs Cincinnati Bengals (9/25/23)

Rams +3 (-112) @ Bengals -3 (-108)

The Bengals opened as 7.5-point favorites, but they’re down to -3 due to uncertainty around Joe Burrow, who continues to deal with a calf injury.

If he plays, it’s clear that he’s not at 100%, which has affected this passing game.

Meanwhile, Matthew Stafford looks back to Super Bowl form, establishing a rapport with standout rookie Puka Nacua. The Rams have the edge in this rematch of Super Bowl LVI.

Week 2: New Orleans Saints vs Carolina Panthers (9/18/23)

Saints -3 (-110) @ Panthers +3 (-110)

The Saints are coming off a close win over the Titans, while the Panthers got blown out on the road against the Falcons.

In recent meetings, Carolina has had some success at home against the Saints, winning the last two.

Rookie Bryce Young struggled in his NFL debut, but look for a much better effort in a home game on primetime against the rival Saints.

Week 2: Cleveland Browns vs Pittsburgh Steelers (9/18/23)

Browns -2 (-110) @ Steelers +2 (-110)

The Steelers just got blown out by the 49ers, while the Browns had a convincing win against the Bengals.

Pittsburgh lost top wideout Diontae Johnson to a leg injury, which will keep him out for the next few weeks. This is a major loss for a struggling quarterback in Kenny Pickett.

However, it’s worth noting that head coach Mike Tomlin is 19-3 on Monday Night Football. Look for the Steelers to keep it close in what could be a higher-scoring game than expected.

Week 1: Buffalo Bills vs New York Jets (9/11/23)

Bills -2 (-110) @ Jets +2 (-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.


Frank Ammirante

Frank Ammirante is a Senior Sports Writer at The Game Day. Previously, he wrote for 4for4 Football and RotoBaller. Frank is a member of the Fantasy Sports Writer's Association while maintaining an active presence within the community. He has competed in industry contests like the Scott Fish Bowl, The Great Fantasy Baseball Invitational, and more. Frank will be making his debut in Tout Wars this year. He's got a diverse sporting background, but specializes in football and baseball.

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