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Monday Night Football Betting Odds
Rather than schedule two games on Monday night during Week 1, the NFL opted to do so in Week 2. But if you want to watch both, you’ll need to set your DVR to record one because the Vikings-Eagles game will start one hour, 15 minutes after the Titans-Bills game.
Titans vs. Bills Betting Odds
|DraftKings||Titans +9.5 (-115)|
Bills -9.5 (-110)
|Over 47.5 (-110)
Under 47.5 (-110)
Tennessee leads the all-time series with Buffalo, 30-19, including wins in the last two meetings between these teams. Two years ago, a big day by Derrick Henry did the trick in a 42-16 blowout. Last year, Henry was limited, and the game was closer, but the Titans still came out ahead.
Based on what we saw in Week 1, this one should be a cakewalk for the Buffalo Bills. They dominated an excellent Rams team on both sides of the ball. Tennessee, on the other hand, did not have a great game. The offense struggled in the second half, and the defense couldn’t stop Saquon Barkley.
But if the Titans have a shot, Henry has to get on track early and stay on track. They need to use him to control the clock and keep Buffalo QB Josh Allen off the field. When they score, they need to score touchdowns and not field goals. Coach Mike Vrabel’s team has done it in the past, but it will not be easy.
It would be foolish to think the Titans will turn in another sub-par performance like last week (in the second half, at least). This will be a competitive game. Will the Titans win? That’s hard to say, but don’t count on them losing by double digits.
Our Pick: Titans +10
Vikings vs. Eagles Betting Odds
|DraftKings||Vikings +2.5 (-110) |
Eagles -2.5 (-110)
|Over 50.5 (-110)
Under 50.5 (-110)
The Vikings lead the all-time series with the Eagles, but only by a single game, 15-14. Minnesota has won four of the last six, including the previous two. However, the last meeting was in 2019, and both teams have changed quite a bit since then,
Heading into the season, one of the questions in Philly was whether QB Jalen Hurts would take the next step in his progression. Based on his performance in Week 1, it is hard to say whether he has. He had a good game (18-32 for 243 yards; 17 carries for 90 yards and a touchdown) — but it was against the Detroit Lions.
As for Minnesota, the Kirk Cousins to Justin Jefferson connection was in midseason form against the Packers. Dalvin Cook didn’t have much of a day, but the Vikings didn’t need him to.
Philadelphia benefited greatly from playing a lackluster Detroit team that nearly mounted a comeback. They will not run for 200+ yards on the Vikings. Jalen Hurts will need to connect on more than 56% of his passes and needs someone other than A.J. Brown to make plays.
Philly may limit Justin Jefferson a little, but then Cousins will turn to Adam Thielen and Dalvin Cook to pick up the slack.
Our Pick: Vikings ML +112