NFL Sunday Night Football Odds

Last Updated: Jan 2, 2024

Sunday Night Football has been the place for the best games each week. The weekly Sunday nightcap is the highest-rated show on television year-in and year-out.

SNF usually features the best teams and brightest stars, especially in the second half of the season where the NFL can flex marquee matchups into the NBC broadcast window.

Here are the current NFL Sunday Night Football odds and lines for the 2023 season.

NFL SNF Odds This Week

NFL odds are courtesy of DraftKings Sportsbook, unless otherwise noted, and are current as of Tuesday, Jan. 2 at 11 a.m. ET. Be sure to keep tabs on all of our current NFL odds as the season progresses.

Upcoming SNF Game Odds

Week 18: Buffalo Bills vs Miami Dolphins (1/7/24)

The SNF finale will decide the AFC East. The Bills have not yet qualified for the postseason but could have shored up a playoff berth by the time the game kicks off.

The winner will be the No. 2 seed in the AFC. The loser will be a wild card and will need to go on the road, potentially for a rematch next weekend.

The game is enormous, which is why it was flexed into the final game of the season.

Past SNF Game Odds

Week 1: Dallas Cowboys 40, New York Giants 0 (9/10/23)

Cowboys -3 (-118) @ Giants +3 (-102)

The Cowboys manhandled the Giants in the season-opener, shutting out New York at rain-soaked MetLife Stadium.

Dallas easily covered the three-point spread by sacking Daniel Jones seven times and putting up two defensive scores.

Week 2: Miami Dolphins 24, New England Patriots 17 (9/17/23)

Dolphins -2.5 (-110) @ Patriots +2.5 (-110)

Miami covered the three-point spread at kickoff by stymieing Mac Jones and the Patriots offense.

The Dolphins offense, led by an efficient performance from Tua Tagovailoa, but a 14-point advantage and did enough to hold off the scrappy Patriots and improve to 2-0.

Week 3: Pittsburgh Steelers 23, Las Vegas Raiders 18 (9/24/23)

  • Steelers +2.5 (-110) @ Raiders -2.5 (-110)

The Steelers went on the road as underdogs and offered a vintage performance by running the ball and making big plays on both offense and defense.

Pittsburgh earned a slight upset victory and improved to 2-1.

Week 4: Kansas City Chiefs 23, New York Jets 20 (10/1/23)

Chiefs -9.5 (-115) @ Jets +9.5 (-105)

The Chiefs built a 17-0 lead, but Zach Wilson and the Jets rallied to the game.

But Patrick Mahomes and Kansas City made enough plays in the second half to hold off New York and improve to 3-1.

Week 5: San Francisco 49ers 42, Dallas Cowboys 10 (10/8/23)

Cowboys +3.5 (-112) @ 49ers -3.5 (-108)

This had all the makings of the game of the year, but with an efficient offense and dominant defense, San Francisco rolled again.

Brock Purdy threw four touchdowns, three of which went to George Kittle, and the Niners smothered Dak Prescott and the Dallas offense in the rout.

Week 6: Buffalo Bills 14, New York Giants 9 (10/15/23)

Giants +14 (-110) @ Bills -14 (-110)

The Giants fought valiantly led by their improving defense and efficient play from backup quarterback Tyrod Taylor.

But Josh Allen and the Bills outlasted the underdogs with 14 fourth-quarter points, and the Buffalo defense stopped New York twice from inside the 1-yard-line at the end of each half.

Week 7: Philadelphia Eagles 31, Miami Dolphins 17 (10/22/23)

Dolphins +2.5 (-110) @ Eagles -2.5 (-110)

The Eagles defense dominated NFL MVP favorite Tua Tagovailoa and the high-flying Dolphins offense and remained unbeaten at home.

Led by Jalen Hurts‘ 279 yards passing, two passing TDs, and one rushing touchdown, Philadelphia scored the game’s final 14 points.

Week 8: Los Angeles Chargers 30, Chicago Bears 13 (10/29/23)

Bears +8.5 (-110) @ Chargers -8.5 (-110)

The Chargers built a 17-0 first-half advantage and never looked back in their first double-digit win of the season. LA quarterback Justin Herbert threw for 298 yards and three touchdowns, helping his team stop its two-game losing skid.

Playing without quarterback Justin Fields, Chicago was unable to get much going on offense. The Bears put up just 295 total yards, and backup quarterback Tyson Bagent threw two interceptions.

Week 9: Cincinnati Bengals 24, Buffalo Bills 18 (11/5/23)

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

Led by Joe Burrow‘s 348 passing yards, the Bengals won their fourth straight, and third in a row over a potential Super Bowl contender. Cincinnati held the ball for more than 36 minutes, and its defense forced a pair of turnovers.

Josh Allen had both a rushing touchdown and a passing TD, but Buffalo fell for the third time in five games. The Bills also fell out of a playoff spot with the loss.

Week 10: Las Vegas Raiders 16, New York Jets 12 (11/12/23)

Jets -2.5 (-110) @ Raiders +2.5 (-110)

The Jets defense held Aidan O’Connell and the Raiders to just 274 yards of offense, but O’Connell’s fourth-quarter TD pass to Michael Mayer was the only touchdown of the game.

Las Vegas won for the second straight week under interim coach Antonio Pierce and pulled within a half-game of the final wild-card spot in the AFC.

Week 11: Denver Broncos 21, Minnesota Vikings 20 (11/19/23)

Vikings +2 (-112) @ Broncos -2 (-108)

The Broncos rallied from an eight-point fourth-quarter deficit to win their fourth straight. Russell Wilson threw for 259 yards and hit Courtland Sutton for the eventual game-winning, 15-yard touchdown with 1:03 left.

The Vikings’ five-game win streak was snapped. Minnesota won despite another solid game from Joshua Dobbs, who had 221 yards and one touchdown passing while also rushing for a score.

Week 12: Baltimore Ravens 20, Los Angeles Chargers 10 (11/26/23)

Ravens -4 (-110) @ Chargers +4 (-110)

The Ravens walked into SoFi Stadium and took the No. 1 seed in the AFC with their a convincing 10-point win over the Chargers.

Zay Flowers scored two touchdowns, and Baltimore forced four turnovers, including three fumble recoveries. The Chargers stumbled to 4-7.

Week 13: Green Bay Packers 27, Kansas City Chiefs 19 (12/3/23)

Chiefs -6.5 (-110) @ Packers +6.5 (-110)

Patrick Mahomes‘ first game at Lambeau Field did not go according to plan as the upstart Packers stunned the defending world champs.

Jordan Love threw for 267 yards and three touchdowns, and the Packers defense sacked Mahomes three times in their upset win. Green Bay won its second straight and remained in the thick of the NFC wild-card race.

Week 14: Dallas Cowboys 33, Philadelphia Eagles 13 (12/10/23)

Eagles +3 (-102) @ Cowboys -3 (-118)

Dallas scored a statement win in front of a huge, national-TV audience. The Cowboys forced three turnovers, and quarterback Dak Prescott threw two TDs in the Cowboys’ win that pulled them even atop the NFC East.

Week 15: Baltimore Ravens 23 vs Jacksonville Jaguars 7 (12/17/23)

Ravens -3.5 (-110) @ Jaguars +3.5 (-110)

The Ravens continued their road brilliance by limiting the Jaguars to only one score despite Jacksonville’s 333 total yards.

Lamar Jackson and Baltimore’s offense racked up 396 yards of its own, improving to 5-1 in away games and becoming the first AFC team to clinch a playoff spot.

Week 16: New England Patriots 26, Denver Broncos 23 (12/24/23)

Patriots +6 (-110) @ Broncos -6 (-110)

Kicker Chad Ryland kicked a 56-yard, game-winning field goal that lifted New England to its second win in three weeks and badly damaged the Broncos’ playoff hopes.

New England built a 16-point second half lead, but led by Russell Wilson, Denver rallied to tie the game, setting up Ryland’s heroics.

Week 17: Green Bay Packers 33 vs Minnesota Vikings 10 (12/31/23)

Packers +3 (-110) @ Vikings -3 (-110)

Jordan Love dominated the Vikings’ depleted defense by throwing for 256 yards and three touchdowns and rushing for a TD as well. Green Bay kept its playoff hopes afloat and delivered a devastating blow to Minnesota’s postseason chances.


Pat Pickens

Pat Pickens is a seasoned sportswriter who has covered pro sports since 2013 for various websites, including The New York Times,, Bleacher Report,, USA Today, the Associated Press and many others. His debut book, titled "The Whalers" about the history of the NHL's Hartford Whalers, was released in October 2021.

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