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Although September may seem far away, Bodog has all of the Week 1 odds ready in preparation for the NFL regular season kickoff. Check out the lines for every Week 1 matchup and this breakdown of key games, which features the clash of NFC rivals.

 

Seattle Seahawks (+3) at Green Bay Packers

The Green Bay Packers kick off the 2017-18 regular season playing host to the Seattle Seahawks. Aaron Rodgers and the Pack will have many new faces on the field come Week 1, including arguably the top free agent signing from this offseason in Martellus Bennett. They’ve defeated the Seahawks each of the previous two matchups and will aim to continue that trend in Week 1.

The Seahawks finished with a 10-5-1 record last season and made it as far as the divisional round. Although Seattle will field many of the same key positional players as last season, they’ve also bolstered their defense by signing rushing DE Dion Jordan and will show off an improved running game led by former Packer Eddie Lacy.

 

Oakland Raiders at Tennessee Titans (+1)

David Carr will take the field for the first time since suffering a devastating broken fibula in Week 16 of last season. The Raiders had a breakout season last year, finishing with a 12-4 record, but they’ll be up against a hardnosed Tennessee Titans team that will attempt to pound the running game with RB DeMarco Murray. Carr will also be forced to deal with outside LB Brian Orakpo, who registered 10.5 sacks last season, and looks poised to continue as a premier pass rusher.


Kansas City Chiefs (+7.5) at New England Patriots

With the largest spread of Week 1, the Kansas City Chiefs will be up against the defending champion Patriots at Gillette Stadium. After adding WR Brandin Cooks this offseason, the Pats will have a starting receiving corps that should give the Chiefs’ secondary fits. However, the Chiefs won 12 games last year, and their seventh-ranked defense from last season (19.4 points allowed per game) will test Tom Brady’s creativity in the passing game.

 

*Odds as of June 2, 2017