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And just like that, we’re into Week 2 of the NFL’s regular season. The schedule started off with not just one—but three bangs. Big news of Antonio Brown broke out of Oakland, Chicago’s NFL odds were upset by the rival Packers, and the Browns fell flat after an offseason of big changes. We’ll look at the top 10 matchups to help you get set to bet on the NFL in Week 2. 

Two games in particular stand out as we look through the odds on NFL Sunday football. The first is the much-anticipated NFC title game rematch between the New Orleans Saints and the Los Angeles Rams. The other is the debut of Antonio Brown for the New England Patriots against the Miami Dolphins. Both games have tremendous storylines and demand the attention of fans on the NFL betting odds. Check out these and other NFL betting storylines below.

2019 NFL Week 2 Best Odds and Matchups

Arizona Cardinals at Baltimore Ravens (Sunday, 1:00 PM ET)

There was no greater surprise than the Baltimore Ravens’ 643-yard, 59-point offensive explosion in Week 1. Lamar Jackson’s perfect 158.3 QBR will be up against 2019’s first overall pick Kyler Murray and the 0-0-1 Arizona Cardinals. Both teams beat the spread in Week 1, and the Ravens are 13-point favourites heading into this matchup. 

Minnesota Vikings at Green Bay Packers (Sunday, 1:00 PM ET)

A classic NFC North clash takes place this Sunday between the undefeated Vikings and Packers. With just 13 total points scored in the Packers’ previous game and 40 in the Vikings’ Week 1 game, the 44-point total will be an intriguing bet on the NFL lines. 

Dallas Cowboys at Washington Redskins (Sunday, 1:00 PM ET)

Another divisional matchup takes centre stage this Sunday when the NFC East Cowboys and Redskins get set to do battle. Though Washington lost straight up to the Eagles in Week 1, both the ‘Skins and ‘Boys covered and exceeded the total to win with the over. Dallas enters Sunday’s game as 5.5-point road favourites with the total set at 46.5.

Seattle Seahawks at Pittsburgh Steelers (Sunday, 1:00 PM ET)

We’re expecting to see an angry Pittsburgh Steelers team come out in Week 2 after an embarrassing loss to the Pats in Week 1. Both the Steelers and ‘Hawks lost against the spread, and the Under took both games. Despite Pittsburgh’s rough outing last week, they’re 4-point home favourites against the 1-0 Seahawks.

New England Patriots vs. Miami Dolphins (Sunday, 1:00 PM ET)

Sunday’s game in Miami has the greatest parity between clubs at 19.5, and for good reason. After Week 1, Dolphins’ players are planning their escape from Miami, while the iron-clad Patriots are just getting stronger with the debut of Antonio Brown. The total opened at 47, but has increased to 48 with the expectation that the Pats’ victory will be even more lopsided than initially expected.

Kansas City Chiefs at Oakland Raiders (Sunday, 4:05 PM ET)

The Raiders, who surprised the Denver Broncos last week, will be in tough against a lethal Kansas City Chiefs team that has a perfect record straight up and against the spread. Despite KC missing Tyreek Hill due to injury, the total has crept up to 53.

New Orleans Saints at Los Angeles Rams (Sunday, 4:25 PM ET)

The game that everyone is looking forward to is shaping up to be an offensive showdown with the total set at a lofty 53 points. These clubs scored a combined 60 points last week, and neither defense looked particularly dominant, so this one has the potential to be a high-scoring affair. The Rams have a slight 2.5-point edge as home favourites.

Chicago Bears at Denver Broncos (Sunday, 4:25 PM ET)

The Bears’ offense failed to show up in Week 1, mustering just three points against a rebuilt Packers’ D. As for the Broncos, they’ll be keen to get in the win column as well, after dropping their opener to the Raiders. The Bears are the slim favourites at -3.

Philadelphia Eagles at Atlanta Falcons (Sunday, 8:20 PM ET)

Falcons’ QB Matt Ryan threw two interceptions and just 304 passing yards against the Vikings in Week 1, but he’ll have a chance to bounce back against a Philly defense that surrendered 370 passing yards against the Redskins last week. The spread is razor-thin in this one, with the Eagles laying just 2 points to the Falcons.

Cleveland Browns at New York Jets (Monday, 8:15 PM ET)

This Week’s Monday nighter is between two clubs that are looking for redemption after equally poor showings in Week 1. The Jets gave up a 16-point lead to the Bills, and the Browns never got going against the Titans—despite all the hype. Cleveland is getting a second chance as 3-point road favourites, but this one is anyone’s guess.

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*Odds as of September 11, 2019