NFL Week 2 Odds at BookMaker.eu
NEW YORK JETS (-2.5, 42.5) VS. BUFFALO
TENNESSEE VS. DETROIT (-5, 47)
KANSAS CITY VS. HOUSTON (-1.5, 43.5)
MIAMI VS. NEW ENGLAND (OTB)
BALTIMORE (-6, 43.5) VS. CLEVELAND
CINCINNATI VS. PITTSBURGH (-3.5)
DALLAS VS. WASHINGTON (-3.5)
NEW ORLEANS VS. NEW YORK GIANTS (-4, 51.5)
SAN FRANCISCO VS. CAROLINA (OTB)
TAMPA BAY VS. ARIZONA (OTB)
SEATTLE VS. LOS ANGELES (OTB)
INDIANPOLIS VS. DENVER (-5.5, 44.5)
ATLANTA VS. OAKLAND (-4.5, 47.5)
JACKSONVILLE VS. SAN DIEGO (-3, 48)
GREEN BAY (-2.5, 44.5) VS. MINNESOTA
PHILADELPHIA VS. CHICAGO (-3, 43)
NEW YORK JETS (-2.5, 42.5) at BUFFALO
Each of these squads enters Week 2 off disappointing defeats. While the Jets were competitive in a 23-22 home loss to the Bengals, the Bills stunk the joint out in Baltimore gaining a grand total of 160 yards in falling 13-7. Expect both teams to take the field determined to turn the page and score their first win of the 2016 season.
If ever there was a team Rex Ryan’s Bills wanted to face to halt a losing streak, it’s the New York Jets with Buffalo winning and covering each of the last five overall meetings. They toppled them by identical 22-17 final scores last season with each game combining to go under the closing number pushing the under streak in the series to three straight. Buffalo’s won and covered each of the last three times it hosted this rivalry and won each by an average of 15.7 points per game.
GREEN BAY PACKERS (-2.5, 44.5) at MINNESOTA
The Packers were forced to hold on for dear life last Sunday against Jacksonville who challenged them to the bitter end before ultimately falling by a 27-24 final count. If you backed them early, you lost. If you bet them late, you won. They’ll be in search of win No. 2 on Sunday night in the Twin Cities against a Vikings outfit that ended their reign atop the NFC North at four straight seasons. If you remember, Minnesota went into Lambeau Field in Week 17 and scored the 20-13 outright win as three point road dogs.
That came against a banged up version of the Packers. Now Aaron Rodgers and company are fully healthy, which means the Vikings defense will once again have to step up to the plate like it did this past Sunday in Tennessee to give Minnesota a shot at winning back-to-back games against the Pack. Mike Zimmer’s defense was sensational against the Titans in tallying not one but two touchdown returns off an interception and fumble. While it shut the run down, it did allow Marcus Mariota to pass for 252 yards and two touchdowns. It will have to do much better than that if it expects to keep Aaron Rodgers and the Packers passing attack bottled up.
Minnesota has failed to protect its house each of the last three times it hosted this division rivalry. Each of the last two combined for low scorers with an average of 44 points scored, but the previous three all went over. This will likely be Sam Bradford’s debut in purple and gold.