NFL Week 9 Odds

Frank AmmiranteSenior Sports Writer
Last Updated: Oct 30, 2023

Week 9 of the NFL season features a potential shootout in Munich between the Dolphins and Chiefs, along with other intriguing matchups such as Seahawks-Ravens, Cowboys-Eagles, Bills-Bengals, and Chargers-Jets.

There are four teams on the bye this week: the Broncos, Lions, Jaguars, and 49ers. This gives us 14 matchups to dive into as we examine the odds.

Here are the current Week 9 NFL odds and lines for the 2023 season.

NFL Week 9 Odds & Lines

Week 9 lines are courtesy of DraftKings Sportsbook and current as of Monday, October 30, at 9 a.m. ET.

Keep tabs on all of our current NFL odds leading into NFL Week 9.

NFL Week 9 Games

Tennessee Titans @ Pittsburgh Steelers

Nov. 2, 8:15 p.m. ET (TNF)

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

The Titans looked reinvigorated by rookie Will Levis in his first career start last week. Levis looked terrific, firing shots downfield to DeAndre Hopkins early and often in a 28-23 win over the Falcons.

Starting Levis could become the turning point in Tennessee’s season. This is a good spot for the Titans because Pittsburgh is dealing with an injury to starting quarterback Kenny Pickett (ribs).

That would leave Mitch Trubisky as starter, which is bad news for the Steelers.

Miami Dolphins @ Kansas City Chiefs

Nov. 5, 9:30 a.m. ET (Frankfurt, Germany)

  • Dolphins +2 (-108) @ Chiefs -2 (-112)

Fans in Munich, Germany, are in for a treat in what should be a highly entertaining game between the Dolphins and Chiefs, two of the most explosive offenses in the NFL. Tyreek Hill will have a chance to get back at his old team.

Expect a lot of points in this one, with the Dolphins looking to prove to the league that they can get it done against a Super Bowl contender following losses to the Bills and Eagles earlier in the year.

Until we see Miami get it done vs an elite team, I’ll bet against them in our NFL bet of the day.

Minnesota Vikings @ Atlanta Falcons

Nov. 5, 1 p.m. ET

  • Vikings +4.5 (-110) @ Falcons -4.5 (-110)

The Vikings are in a tough spot following Kirk Cousins‘ season-ending injury (Achilles). This forces fifth-round rookie quarterback Jaren Hall in as the starter.

The Falcons also made a quarterback change in benching Desmond Ridder for Taylor Heinicke last week, but it’s unclear if that will continue in Week 9.

Regardless of who’s in at quarterback, Atlanta has the clear edge here due to Cousins’ absence.

Los Angeles Rams @ Green Bay Packers

Nov. 5, 1 p.m. ET

  • Rams +2.5 (-110) @ Packers -2.5 (-110)

The Rams are in a must-win situation following five losses in their last seven games. Matthew Stafford is currently dealing with a thumb injury, which would force Brett Rypien into action if the veteran can’t go.

Jordan Love has really struggled for the Packers during their current four-game losing streak. Green Bay is in a similarly desperate situation where they need to win this game to stay in playoff contention.

I’m giving the Packers the edge here due to their home field advantage and question marks surrounding Stafford.

Seattle Seahawks @ Baltimore Ravens

Nov. 5, 1 p.m. ET

  • Seahawks +5.5 (-105) @ Ravens -5.5 (-115)

Here we have an interesting inter-conference matchup between the Seahawks (5-1 in last six) vs the Ravens (4-1 in last five).

Baltimore looks like the class of the AFC with Lamar Jackson playing at an MVP level, but don’t count out Seattle, who are finally getting healthy on the offensive line.

Look for a close game here with Baltimore prevailing at the end, making Seahawks +5.5 look like the preferred play.

Arizona Cardinals @ Cleveland Browns

Nov. 5, 1 p.m. ET

  • Cardinals +7 (-112) @ Browns -7 (-108)

The Cardinals are desperately awaiting the return of Kyler Murray, but it looks like he’ll be out another week here, forcing Joshua Dobbs into another start.

While the Browns have regressed a bit on defense in their last two games against the Seahawks and Colts, they should be able to get back on track vs Arizona’s struggling offense.

Whether it’s Deshaun Watson or P.J. Walker under center, look for the Browns to win by at least a touchdown in this spot.

Washington Commanders @ New England Patriots

Nov. 5, 1 p.m. ET

  • Commanders +2 (-110) @ Patriots -2 (-110)

We’ve got a matchup between two teams that are just playing out the year in the Commanders (3-5) and Patriots (2-6).

Washington has gone 1-4 after starting the year 2-0. This could be a tough game because Patriots’ head coach Bill Belichick has made life difficult on first-year starting quarterbacks throughout his career.

I’ll take the Patriots as short home favorites here.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Houston Texans

Nov. 5, 1 p.m. ET

  • Buccaneers +2.5 (-110) @ Texans -2.5 (-110)

The Texans are coming off a disappointing loss to the Panthers, but this looks like a get-right spot for C.J. Stroud and the passing game against a pass-funnel Buccaneers defense.

Tampa Bay has given up 271.3 passing yards per game, so w could see Stroud get back on track here.

All we need is Houston to win by a field goal, so let’s take advantage of the low number here.

Chicago Bears @ New Orleans Saints

Nov. 5, 1 p.m. ET

  • Bears +6.5 (-110) @ Saints -6.5 (-110)

The Bears are likely to play another game without Justin Fields and go with Tyson Bagent against the Saints, who is a clear downgrade.

Having said that, it’s hard to trust New Orleans laying so many points given their struggles on offense.

With that in mind, take the Bears to keep it close in this one.

Indianapolis Colts @ Carolina Panthers

Nov. 5, 4:05 p.m. ET

  • Colts -2.5 (-115) @ Panthers +2.5 (-105)

The Panthers got their first win of the year, which is huge because they don’t have their first-round pick, so they have to make sure they don’t have the worst record in the NFL.

This is the Frank Reich revenge game, with the Panthers’ current head coach taking on his former team.

With Gardner Minshew‘s struggles at quarterback, I’d give the edge to the Panthers here.

Dallas Cowboys @ Philadelphia Eagles

Nov. 5, 4:25 p.m. ET

  • Cowboys +3 (-110) @ Eagles -3 (-110)

It’s a showdown between NFC East division rivals and two Super Bowl contenders. It’s a good time to face the Eagles for Dallas, as Dak Prescott seems to be rounding into form.

The problem for the Cowboys is that the Eagles’ passing game is also playing at a high level, with A.J. Brown looking like the best wideout in football right now.

It’s tough to go against the Eagles as short home favorites here.

New York Giants @ Las Vegas Raiders

Nov. 5, 4:25 p.m. ET

  • Giants +3 (-105) @ Raiders -3 (-115)

Daniel Jones is ready to return for the Giants, which should help out the offense following that disastrous display against the Jets, albeit with Tyrod Taylor forced to depart early due to injury.

These are two of the worst teams in the NFL, but I feel more comfortable taking the points with the Giants here.

This game should come down to the wire, so getting a field goal feels like the right move.

Buffalo Bills @ Cincinnati Bengals

Nov. 5, 8:20 p.m. ET (SNF)

  • Bills +2 (-110) @ Bengals -2 (-110)

It’s a potential AFC Championship preview with the Bills taking on the Bengals. Two of the best quarterbacks in the league in Josh Allen and Joe Burrow go at it in a game that could have major playoff implications.

The Bengals seem to have the Bills’ number, especially after what we saw in last year’s AFC Divisional Game.

I’ll take Cincinnati to cover this spread with a home win on Sunday Night Football.

Los Angeles Chargers @ New York Jets

Nov. 6, 8:15 p.m. ET (MNF)

  • Chargers -1.5 (-110) @ Jets +1.5 (-110)

The Chargers got back on track with a blowout home win over the Bears, while the Jets escaped with an overtime win despite Zach Wilson‘s struggles at quarterback.

Los Angeles looks like road favorites for a good reason here, as it feels like their offense is back in form, while Wilson really couldn’t get it done last week, even against a vulnerable Giants defense.

I trust the Chargers -1.5 more in this spot.


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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