NFL Sunday Night Football Odds

Last Updated: May 22, 2023

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.

Thank you for reading our SNF odds analysis here. During the season, keep an eye out for our weekly Sunday Night Football predictions. We look forward to another successful season of primetime NFL betting in 2023.

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

NFL Sunday Night Football Odds & Lines

NFL Sunday Night Football odds are courtesy of DraftKings Sportsbook, unless otherwise noted, and are current as of Monday, May 15, at 10 a.m. ET. Be sure to keep tabs on all of our current NFL odds as the season progresses.

2023 Sunday Night Football Games

Week 1: Dallas Cowboys vs New York Giants (9/10/23)

Cowboys -2.5 (-120) @ Giants +2.5 (+100)

The Cowboys are winners of the last four contests versus the Giants. Dallas went 10-7 ATS in 2022, but just 5-5 ATS on the road. CeeDee Lamb collected 14 receptions on 23 targets for 193 yards and a touchdown in two contests against New York last season.

New York went 13-4 ATS last season, including an impressive 11-3 ATS record as the underdog. This Week 1 contest will be indicative of whether the Giants and Saquon Barkley can repeat their 2022 success.

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

Dolphins -1 (-110) @ Patriots +1 (-110)

With a 9-4 ATS record against AFC East in 2022, the Dolphins didn’t fare as well as away favorites (1-3 ATS). Although the Patriots (8-9) finished just one game behind the Dolphins (9-8), Miami feels on the upswing after a promising first season from head coach Mike McDaniel.

Neither Jaylen Waddle or Tyreek Hill managed to have great games against the Patriots last year, combining for “only” 19 receptions on 27 targets for 270 yards and one TD. Those numbers aren’t bad, but certainly not living up to the totals posted for both in 2022.

New England went 0-3 ATS as the home underdog.

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

Steelers +1.5 (-110) @ Raiders -1.5 (-110)

The Steelers performed well with a 5-3 ATS record as away underdogs. Despite scoring just 308 points (seventh fewest), Pittsburgh posted a 9-8 record last year. Any improvement from Kenny Pickett should go a long way considering he threw only seven TD passes.

Las Vegas managed a 4-2 ATS record as the home favorite. Jimmy Garoppolo takes over this offense and will be tasked to improve upon the Raiders’ lousy 6-11 record.

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

Chiefs -1 (-110) @ Jets +1 (-110)

In what universe are the defending Super Bowl champs only one point better than the Jets? Aaron Rodgers or not, the Chiefs weren’t all that great against the spread last year, finishing 6-10-1 in the regular season.

The Jets went 3-5 ATS at home, but expectations from Vegas will be different this year. Breece Hall should be back by Week 4 from a torn ACL and New York’s defense could be even better with Will McDonald IV, the No. 15 overall in the 2023 NFL Draft.

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

Cowboys +2 (-110) @ 49ers -2 (-110)

San Francisco has eliminated Dallas from the last two postseasons, but who will the 49ers have available to play quarterback in Week 5? The Niners were an impressive 9-1 ATS as the home favorite in 2022.

Tony Pollard was limited to just 25 total rushing and receiving yards in Dallas’ divisional round loss against San Francisco. Dallas being able to establish the run against the 49ers’ formidable defense is critical in this matchup.

Week 6: New York Giants vs Buffalo Bills (10/15/23)

Giants +7 (-110) @ Bills -7 (-110)

The Bills were a woeful 3-6 ATS last year as the home favorite. Josh Allen went 19-for-30 for 253 yards and threw one TD pass in his one career matchup against the Giants back in 2019.

The offseason trade acquisition of Darren Waller gives this NY offense a new wrinkle from what was an up-and-down 2022 passing attack. The Giants also added Parris Campbell via free agency and used a third-round choice on Tennessee’s Jalin Hyatt.

Week 7: Miami Dolphins vs Philadelphia Eagles (10/22/23)

Dolphins +3 (-110) @ Eagles -3 (-110)

Last year’s NFC champs will have their hands full against the Dolphins. Philadelphia posted a 8-3 ATS record as the home team and home favorite.

However, it went just 3-3 ATS in non-conference games.

Jalen Hurts has won his last six games against AFC opponents after starting his career 0-6-1. In those games, he’s thrown 12 TD passes and only once had a QB rating below 103.2.

Week 8: Chicago Bears vs Los Angeles Chargers (10/29/23)

Bears +5.5 (-110) @ Chargers -5.5 (-110)

The Bears went just 2-6 ATS as the away underdog, but something will have to give as the Chargers were 2-3-1 as the home favorite.

Justin Fields went 2-2 against the AFC last year. In Week 9, in the midst of his midseason renaissance, he had his best game of 2022 against the Dolphins with 123 passing yards, three TD passes, 178 rushing yards and a rushing score.

Fields’ statistical upside would make this spread an easy cover.

Week 9: Buffalo Bills vs Cincinnati Bengals (11/5/23)

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

In last year’s divisional round, the Bengals made easy work of the Bills with a 27-10 win. Cincinnati was exceptional in non-divisional games, delivering 10-2 ATS.

In that game, Ja’Marr Chase provided a solid 61 yards on five receptions with a touchdown. He’s capable of much more, though.

Buffalo would be best served to once again not allow him to establish a rhythm with Joe Burrow.

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

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

Las Vegas went 5-3 ATS at home in 2022. To maintain that modest winning edge, the Raiders must continue to feed Josh Jacobs.

The Raiders went 6-3 in games where Jacobs had 20 or more carries.

This will also be an indirect revenge game as former teammates Aaron Rodgers and Davante Adams will meet on new teams. In his career, Rodgers is 3-0 against the Raiders, most recently throwing for 429 yards and five scores against them in 2019.

In two career contests against the Jets, Adams has 16 catches for 121 yards and a TD.

Week 11: Minnesota Vikings vs Denver Broncos (11/19/23)

Vikings +2 (-110) @ Broncos -2 (-110)

Denver didn’t make easy for themselves as home favorites, going just 1-4 ATS. The arrival of Sean Payton certainly changes its 2023 forecast.

Minnesota didn’t fare much better as away underdogs with a 1-3 ATS record.

Kirk Cousins has dominated in his last two contests against Denver (2017 & 2019), passing for 618 yards and six scores.

Week 12: Baltimore Ravens vs Los Angeles Chargers (11/26/23)

Ravens +2 (-110) @ Chargers -2 (-110)

The Ravens delivered an impressive 4-1 ATS record as away underdogs. Lamar Jackson is 2-0 in his career against the Chargers.

Look for Los Angeles to try to gain traction against Baltimore’s run defense, which allowed the third-fewest rushing yards (1,566) last season. In 2021, Austin Ekeler gained just seven rushing yards on six carries against the Ravens.

Week 13: Kansas City Chiefs vs Green Bay Packers (12/3/23)

Chiefs -5.5 (-110) @ Packers +5.5 (-110)

Green Bay went a mediocre 8-9 ATS in 2022. Patrick Mahomes wasn’t quite himself the one time he faced the Packers in 2021, passing for only 166 yards and a touchdown in that contest.

The Packers will look to build off the success of their 2022 rookie receivers, Christian Watson and Romeo Doubs, while 2023 second-round receiver Jayden Reed grows into a larger role as this season progresses.

Week 14: Philadelphia Eagles vs Dallas Cowboys (12/10/23)

Eagles +1 (-110) @ Cowboys -1 (-110)

Dallas was 3-3 ATS against division rivals and Philly went 4-3 last year against NFC East foes. That speaks to the divisional rivalries.

You may be surprised to learn that Dak Prescott is 7-1 in his last eight games against the Eagles, including passing for 11 TDs and only one INT in his last three. This matchup will carry a lot of weight in the NFC playoff seeding.

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

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

Despite having a decent 2022 season, the Jaguars went 0-3 ATS as the home favorite, and 5-0 as the home favorite. Maybe the line will flip between now and mid-December.

Trevor Lawrence is 5-0 in his last five games against AFC opponents. Travis Etienne has been hot and cold in those five games, rushing for 80 or more yards twice and three times going for 32 yards or fewer.

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

Patriots +1.5 (-110) @ Broncos -1.5 (-110)

New England only managed a 2-4 ATS record as away underdogs. Denver was worse when home favorites at 1-4 ATS.

Javonte Williams missed most of the 2022 season after tearing his ACL, LCL, and PCL in Week 4. He should be ready to go and at full force in Week 16 against a Patriots defense that allowed only seven rushing touchdowns (tied for fewest).

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

Packers +2.5 (-110) @ Vikings -2.5 (-110)

Minnesota underwhelmed last year as the home favorite with a 4-5 ATS record and 2-4 ATS against the NFC North.

Dalvin Cook has failed to find the end zone in his last three games against the Packers. In their last game against the Vikings, Aaron Jones and AJ Dillon rushed for 152 yards on 26 carries with one rushing TD.

Week 18: TBD vs TBD (1/7/24)

This SNF Week 18 matchup will be determined when the NFL implements its flex scheduling to include the most important and logical matchup.


Matt De Lima

Matt is a sports content editor at The Game Day with more than 10 years experience in the fantasy and betting spaces. He is a two-time Fantasy Sports Writing Association award finalist with previous experience working for Sports Illustrated, Full Time Fantasy, FFToolbox, 4for4, and RotoExperts. Born and raised in California, Matt now calls southern Maryland home. He is a Virginia Tech alumnus and a life-long 49ers, Lakers, and Dodgers fan.

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