NFL Sunday Night Football Odds | SNF Moneyline, Spread, & Total Betting Lines

Posted: Jul 12, 2022Last updated: Aug 5, 2022

Sunday Night Football has been the place for the showcase games for the last decade.

This is usually when the top teams in the league play with the lights shining the brightest. It’ll be a little different this year without Al Michaels, but the quality of the games is still as good as ever.

Here are the current NFL Sunday Night Football odds and lines for the 2022 season.

NFL Sunday Night Football Odds & Lines

NFL Sunday Night Football odds are courtesy of Betway Sportsbook unless otherwise noted and are current as of Friday, July 29 at 11 a.m. ET. Be sure to keep tabs on all of our current NFL odds as the season progresses.

NFL Sunday Night Football Games

Week 1: Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Dallas Cowboys

Buccaneers -2 (-110) @ Cowboys +2 (-110)

The Buccaneers and the Cowboys opened the 2021 season against one another and that was a game that came down to the final minute. Can the Cowboys get their revenge at home this year? The answer is probably not, as they will be without both Michael Gallup and James Washington at wide receiver.

Take Tampa Bay to win again and cover the two-point spread on the road as your NFL pick of the day.

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Week 2: Chicago Bears @ Green Bay Packers

Bears +9.5 (-110) @ Packers -9.5 (-110)

The NFL usually likes to put games on Sunday Night Football that will be highly competitive, but they just can’t help themselves when it comes to the Bears and Packers rivalry. This game won’t be close as Aaron Rodgers owns the Bears, so don’t be shy about betting the Packers -9.5 here in Week 2.

Week 3: San Francisco 49ers @ Denver Broncos

49ers +2.5 (-110) @ Broncos -2.5 (-110)

The Broncos and Russell Wilson will get an early-season test against the 49ers in Denver. The 49ers have one of the league’s best defenses and should be able to create a ton of pressure on Wilson. But will the offense for the 49ers be able to put up enough points with Trey Lance under center?

This should be a really close contest, so stay away until we get some more clarity on both offenses going into the season.

Week 4: Kansas City Chiefs @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Chiefs +2.5 (-110) @ Buccaneers -2.5 (-110)

A rematch of the Super Bowl a few years ago, this might be the last time we ever get Patrick Mahomes vs. Tom Brady. Enjoy it and soak it in as these are two of the best quarterbacks ever to play the game. As for betting advice, take the Buccaneers -2.5 as they have the much more complete roster entering the season.

Week 5: Cincinnati Bengals @ Baltimore Ravens

Bengals +1 (-110) @ Ravens -1 (-110)

In a big rivalry game in Week 5, the Bengals will try to knock off the Ravens once again. The Bengals dominated the Ravens in both games last year as JaMarr Chase went wild. But with a healthy Lamar Jackson, this should be a much closer contest. Don’t be afraid to take the Ravens as a slight home favorite in this AFC North matchup.

Week 6: Dallas Cowboys @ Philadelphia Eagles

Cowboys PICK (-110) @ Eagles PICK (-110)

The Cowboys dominated the Eagles in both of their matchups last season, but these two teams seem to be trending in opposite directions. If the Eagles want to win the NFC East this season, they’ll have to defeat the Cowboys at least once. Look for them to win this game at home in Week 6.

Week 7: Pittsburgh Steelers @ Miami Dolphins

Steelers +4.5 (-110) @ Dolphins -4.5 (-110)

Brian Flores (now linebacker coach for the Steelers) will get a chance to face his former team on Sunday Night Football. Miami’s defense should be elite once again, but the biggest question is their passing attack. Look for this game to be close and for the Dolphins to win, but for the Steelers to cover the 4.5-point spread.

Week 8: Green Bay Packers @ Buffalo Bills

Packers +4 (-110) @ Bills -4 (-110)

Rodgers vs. Josh Allen in primetime. What is better than this? Not much.

But where should you place your bets in this game?

Green Bay has been great in primetime games under Matt LaFleur and when they lose, they usually don’t lose by more than a field goal. This game is truly a toss-up, so getting the Packers at +4 seems like good value.

Week 9: Tennessee Titans @ Kansas City Chiefs

Titans +6 (-110) @ Chiefs -6 (-110)

The Titans beat the Chiefs 27-3 last year in a game in which Mahomes really struggled. But that was in Tennessee and this is a much different Titans team. While it’s still hard to bet against Mike Vrabel and the Titans at +6, the Chiefs are the smart play here as the offense usually shines at home in primetime.

Week 10: Los Angeles Chargers @ San Francisco 49ers

Chargers PICK (-110) @ 49ers PICK (-110)

The Chargers and the 49ers should be two of the most fun teams in the NFL this year and this is quite the matchup on Sunday Night Football. It’s tough to get a good read here, but the 49ers as a pick’em at home seem like pretty good value.

Week 11: Cincinnati Bengals @ Pittsburgh Steelers

Bengals -2.5 (-110) @ Steelers +2.5 (-110) 

The Bengals dominated the Steelers in both matchups last season as Joe Burrow lit up the secondary of Pittsburgh. However, Mike Tomlin is the NFL’s best coach when it comes to playing primetime games at home. The Steelers just don’t lose these games, regardless of who is at quarterback.

While all common sense says to take the Bengals -2.5 here, it might be best to stay away from this game for the time being.

Week 12: Green Bay Packers @ Philadelphia Eagles

Packers PICK (-110) @ Eagles PICK (-110)

Rodgers in a pick’em against Jalen Hurts? Something about that doesn’t feel right. Yes, the Eagles are at home and they made some big improvements to their roster. But this is Rodgers we are talking about in a primetime spot. Don’t overthink this one.

Take the Packers to win in Philadelphia here in Week 12.

Week 13: Indianapolis Colts @ Dallas Cowboys

Colts +2.5 (-110) @ Cowboys -2.5 (-110)

The Colts and the Cowboys are similar teams in the sense that both teams want to stay balanced and use the run game to milk the clock. But the Cowboys are just more talented on the defensive side of the ball and have a more explosive pass offense.

This game should be incredibly entertaining and close, but take the Cowboys as slight home favorites at -2.5.

Week 14: Kansas City Chiefs @ Denver Broncos

Chiefs PICK (-110) @ Broncos PICK (-110)

There are a lot of reasons to be excited and optimistic about the Broncos this season with Wilson. But Andy Reid and Mahomes just don’t lose many divisional games. And with this line being a pick’em, taking the Chiefs here is the smart move despite this game still being months away.

Week 15: New England Patriots @ Las Vegas Raiders

Patriots +3 (-110) @ Raiders -3 (-110)

Josh McDaniels will get to have his former team on the big stage of Sunday Night Football in Week 15. And while it’s tough to bet against Bill Belichick, especially as a 3-point underdog, the Raiders are just the better team. Look for the Raiders to score a ton of points in this contest as they make a final push for the playoffs.

Week 16: Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Arizona Cardinals

Buccaneers -2.5 (-110) @ Cardinals +2.5 (-110)

Brady is one of the best late-season quarterbacks in NFL history, while the Cardinals have really struggled at this time of year under Kliff Kingsbury. However, expect this game to be close because it is in Arizona and both teams are talented.

Still, betting against Brady in December and January isn’t a smart move.

Week 17: Los Angeles Rams @ Los Angeles Chargers

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

The battle for Los Angeles will close out the 2022 Sunday Night Football slate and what a game this should be. Matthew Stafford against Justin Herbert will be quite the show for us fans. The Rams are the better bet here as slight road underdogs despite playing in their home stadium.


Marcus Mosher

Marcus Mosher is an NFL analyst at The Game Day, residing in Erie, PA. He covers the NFL from a betting and fantasy perspective, producing written and video content. Marcus currently hosts multiple football-related podcasts and is a managing editor at USA Today’s Sports Media Group covering the Las Vegas Raiders. He has previously worked at The Athletic and Bleacher Report.

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